The image created above symbolizes The Lottery because in the story there is a annual village gathering taking place, which is what the image is showing a gathered village.
Some of you fellows want to give me a hand?
The box shows tradition and death because they use the same box every year for the lottery and don't change it. The definition of tradition is a practice being repeated which is what is being showed in the lottery. Death because it signifies whoever gets the specific piece of paper from the box will be stoned.
This was the expression of many presented in the crowd when the lottery ticket was revealed. Many people of the crowd were confused and devestated.
This is a metaphor because the character is not literally asking for a hand, he is asking for help from the villagers with the box and stool.
"There was a stir in the crowd" This is a metaphor because it doesn't actually mean there was a stir, it means there was confusion and discomfort throughout the crowd.
On the left side, there is a tone of anger because Mrs.Hutchinson is yelling repeatively "this isn't fair" which shows she is angry about it and she wants start over, as she thinks they didn't give enough time to choose. The right side shows a tone of curiosity because since the crowd sighed and now know Mr.Graves doesn't have it they wonder who has it.