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"Commercial Honesty (?).,, 3EV`Z IMMltiiiMitT CTIPM..9-2•1". ccorrios 0.. s *Mein will ." Commercial Honesty" is much like expense of their vitality and sanity. Growth "German silver "—the one is neither Ger- from wrong causes is dangerous. man nor silver—the other neither commercial Tricksters can't survive. Cunning is a

"Commercial Honesty (?).,, 3EV`Z IMMltiiiMitT CTIPM..9-2•1". ccorrios 0.. s *Mein will ." Commercial Honesty" is much like expense of their vitality and sanity. Growth "German silver "—the one is neither Ger- from wrong causes is dangerous. man nor silver—the other neither commercial Tricksters can't survive. Cunning is a

nor honest. Integrity is too sure of itself to hum and haw and fiddle for a euphemism. When virtue starts to draw fine points, it loses its point. Phrases can't alter phases. Sophistries may temporarily obscure, but they can't upset the truth. Trade is Dot a .privileged professi
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WATER CURE PROVES SUCCESSFUL

WATER CURE PROVES SUCCESSFUL

There was some rather grim humour in • case at North London Police Coart when James 00 Redd , . aged 55, an overmantel maker, of Temple Dwellings, Bethnal Green. w charged no his own confession with attempted suicide by jumping into the river Lea at the towing path. Springhill,
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Early Morning Surprise..

Early Morning Surprise..

_ . •Xr. Alexander Joseph, a clean-shaven man. wbo appeared in the witness-box with his lead heavily bandaged, said he was manager to Mr. S. Cohen at a mantle warehoin , e at 101, Rye.. lane. He lived there with his wife and child. On Friday night lie locked up the premises reti
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BAD LEGS CURED -WITHOUT REST OR PAIN. UNDER A LEGAL 011ARANIEE 10 CuRE.

BAD LEGS CURED -WITHOUT REST OR PAIN. UNDER A LEGAL 011ARANIEE 10 CuRE.

BAD LEGS CURED - WITHOUT REST OR PAIN. UNDER A LEGAL 011ARANIEE 10 CuRE. As Infirmary whittle undertakes to care bad leg,. by entirely new method II about Danl, end under a legal goaraatev. other doctora and spisaialiate given the patient Sc ineurcbie *sea w ith the aid of teat.
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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WICBT-1111D TIMILTILKL A THISAIILS. /MANIA .1 Gr. OVIRON EDWAILDEW Nor Pryloathes. THE DANCING NIETKESIL L Gloms& Ply Ia S NAVELS SATURDAY basollee 10 to 10. Tale., 650 MI6 Off. "SIRS PHYLLIS PLAYED • DAINTINESS AND • OILLIsH IMAT DELO AUDIENCE Ws PLETILY FANOHATED-HES NEW NUMMI
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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CRYSTAL PALACE.

CRYSTAL PALACE.

CRYSTAL PALAC E . Ins.—it ha's — been 7uggeW.i . ;1 - the mitspamws and public should find to parebaas this white elephant, and that if they fail to do thin the land will go into hands of the builders. I do think we nerd fear the land being wanted by builders for the next fiftv y
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LONDON CHURCH FIRE FORETOLD.

LONDON CHURCH FIRE FORETOLD.

• Speaking at a meeting of the conereg. of St. Catherine's. Mitcham (the chor , li yes deetroyed by Ire on May 61. the Vicar. the Ere. Howard J. H. Truscott. said he was going to tea them something which he had not revealed before this time. Last year he receised a letter from a
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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- x - WOOLCOMBENV WACIES: A SETTLEMENT. About 12,000 wcoloombers. male and female. are concerned irt an pro. visionally accepted at Bradford, whack it ie understood will the average of the dny-workers by a shilling weekly and of the night-workers by two thilltoga. INCREASED MANNI
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Curious Co/granny.

Curious Co/granny.

. - - A rather curious controversy is going oa at the present time betweeu one or two racecourse Executives and a number of persons who have been in the habit of making a book on the Club lawn at such places as Kerupton Park. Sandown Park. and Hurst Park. They are dubbed "amateu
25 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England