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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 August 1913

Bad I For the Person Who Does Not Save Tomorrow will be no better then today; and next year will | be a gopd deal worse. "JN Men in their right mind* rarely invite diaaater, but he ia surely doing so, who deliberately allows bad conditions to continue. It only takes a little "I Will'power to correct them. We vslue every account in thia Hank whether large or h '"email. CITY NATIONAL BANK -Roaaokr. v*. CAPITAL ? itmpLVf and vxoividrd PRorirs Mi.iM.ee L MARKETS BKss ?'? 4A ?*' !?h & *n? ?35 #7?: 7iT: m; ion I.S6' 94 I'll I'll 1X1 -r, in <? i< stock Market. f J4** Y?rk. Aug. ??Gains were! 3*lte general at the opening of today* stock market. Mora acttva la* ?Uta made fractional advances with the exception of Reading and 8teel. CBmfhg Violation**?Blew *orfc (Hock Hfc ' - | AVat copper . A si Agrl An lie?t Sugar.. AH Can An Can. pM An Cat au<t fdy A?> l ot ton (HI.. Aa> Ire Hec?r-? Am Llnaeed Aw IMematlix. Abi Hmelt A ll?f....

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 August 1913

. ? * _ ? ? >M|i i ? - H0P??ir-v sF^' - *?. Wj^A rr< ' i' 25 cents the eallon at all of our Gash stores It is fine and Bis ? f. ' Gii ??> of Fine Juicy North Carolina ? Water Melons If T%?frt Aaythlac Pil?r the in, We llivt II. SPECIAL PRICES s IN THE Tailariiig Department Vs OFF of (regular prices) to clean up for the FALL SHOWING. Some very desirable patterns left in weights and colors? now is the time to save $5 or $10 on a suit. It is a business proposition with us. We do this twice a year. YOU KNOW how we tailor, satisfaction always?Visit us today. W. R.HancockCo. t?mm to 0?. W. Pawn Ce. PtmtlUUy Stlmklu Tkli Hat W?itk?ri BMhtrt* Ulun 41m. lacker Id offerta* the ?*jr superior Ooamaa'a and Hunter's "Extra Dry" Qlnger Air thla sreek at 91.>0 dosen bottles. Nothing mora beautifully sparkling. more refreshing or pala* Ubl' ?adv. FOR PROMPT SERVICE AND ACCURATE REKC LT8 f LM ua do your opUcal rork. W? ail your oculists' praacfipUooa or rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

ROANOKE, VA, SATUKDA AUG. 9, 1013. AMERICA'S PLANS FOR ! PEACE III MEXICO ARE ! FAR FROM PROMISING HUERTA'8 OPPONENTS ABE YET UNYIELDING Governor of Coahuila, Com mander in Chief of Constitutionalists, Asserts That Lind's Mission Cannot Affect Obligations Under ? Which the Revolution Operates. SPECIAL ENVOY TO LAND BEFORE NIGHT . ftw Tor*. Au*. 9.?VVnuitltno Carrtbu, governor of lui* of Coahuila. commander-in-chief of the Cnn?titutlonaiiata. aent the following in?w*r today to The Times' mtniie asking him If h? would agree to atop R|htln( if John Llnd. PrtiMut Wllaon's cmlMary, requeeta the Huarta government to cease hnatllltlea until the October election*: "I nay to you that I do not recognise the Hueria adminietration aa * legally constituted government, for which reuoB the obligation incurred with my comrade* In a Juat detent* of constitutional rights cauee ua to continue the campalgn until It is finished." v Uml land* Today. Washington, Au*. John Und. President Wilson's envoy, wi...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

Stringent Enactment May Adopted Applying to the Entire Country ? No V Drinking, of Spirituous ^ ; Liquors to Be Allowed. * ?? Stockholm. Aiifc'iat !? -Th-re ? |a _a; proipfi'i that Sweden soon maj |l pli<td undrr national prohibiten. Lbwb" Staking It an offense to drmn 9(rlttiku? ll?|u>?ra anywhere tn lli* * country ere contemplated. *nd theret . (* ta fMMnafcli rltunc that they will be | El&awM. f ? I'rImc Minister Staff tn a rfcnt ad- ' (trass before a rongrrii of t^tot^UcrK In Stockholm declared that prohibition ? wm the out) effective means of preventing drunkennee* Tit other attempt- d methods if reform he said had proved Ineffective > nJ insuffb lent * to atop III* evil. ? Th# Prime Minister's speech is ionk 1 aldared an Indication of the aovernnaeat'* policy and hi belie* ed to foreShadow the Introduction Into pnrllnmant of a. bill for the prohibition of nil aplrttaous drinks In Sweden Such * law would command tha support ??t tha r...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

?-?- ' ? ? -?? - ? ^ "?"*?~ There is Full Satisfaction in Af i1AT\ 4 OUR SODA N ? _ '? J ?vi - _ . - , Sa tha point of Mnrloe and quality. w? Shall nHuvor to offer you ab?alute WMhUoi la our eoda fountain drinks. Every modern method ttot Drill add to your comfort, accommodation and convaolanea la to k? found at our fountain. Floaty of floor apace, comfortable chairs asd Urn (Xaaoea of delta!oua creamy eoda. Export mlxinc method* are em. Bloyod la order to laaure a moat delightful bleadtn* of flavora We ?tv* you soda drink* that are at to drink, aafo to drlak and fully aatlafyv - ?*. \ i.1 SPECIALS TODAY OriM Jatoo Limeade, So. ( lam Ltawii*. a*. rmfe Coaatry ?attermilk, too ?old. "V " ?**'?. f- ? . - .y!t ? . ?? XX |N waat the lateo*. the hoot, la dainty. dellrtoae drtakaklca. come to McGEE'S PHARMACY SWT57E". y?S?r ? * ^ T WOT 70B NOTHING, BUT 70S YOUR MONET'S * ; V WORTH : DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. 1KB IN. i RADFORD STEAM . LAUNDRY. Tompting! Scarcely Ex...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

patriotism two qualities that male* ad-1 mihiotratlon of office progressive and tffldwt Should he hesitate or flatter whoa the limit of the trtuary'i flret contribution la reached he might loo* ?aUrtlr tho benefits of hta plan: but should ha ba raadr to fltl <v*ry breach . u< fortify every weak spothls Idea ?tn iha ultarmoit. and ? Tsatsrda y The World-News, ta comrttag oa Secretary of the TreasMeJUoo'a plan to distribute flfty pillion dollar* unoQf ruraJ binki In ^frtrolturai dlatrioU to ttkt car# of ?eorop movement, ex press ad the fear that J?f a|nount Mt aaJd* for thla pgove too analL Mr. MsAdoo's flfty millions wai compared hfr-Naa ?nh th? waters of a creek Tllto a peat river and loam* t sySoaNag flood. _ I.H tad through tha col<ft todar"s moraine papers we trad among tha moot conapic-' artlclee a dUpatch from Washt aaying that tha flfty millions ?isral funds about to b* deposited the national banks of the Veat ut Sooth to assist in moving the t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

fw'"'' Free Fans! Call and get a nice fan and keep cool. As to the best Pianos, on easy terms, we are headquarters. "No Notes to Sign" Roanoke Music Co. C. T. JBNMINCM. M?r.. 117 W. Campbell Ave. L - | ? : ; ; Social News Ittau af MtUI ar prrmmmml later- ' ?at caa he pkaaH to Mi ar wit ta tk? SeeOetr Kdlter car* ef the I tka Warld-Newe. Ttiili TMraiarit. Each <1ay the Intsrest Incrturt In the local tennla tournament which will ? be nivrn on the courta at the Country Club. August IS. SO. 20 and SO and Sep- i irmbv 1. The date for entrees closes I August SO Those who have entered Mp to the present date are as follows: . Singles?Ladles?Miss Mamie Jen - | Mings. Mlas Rosa llayward. Mrs. DeLo< Thomas. Mrs. A. Kearney, Mrs. I>? Moss Taylor. Mlaa Margaret Scott. Was Jeane Cocke. Mlaa Laura Venable. Miss Betty Reynolds. Doubles?Ladles?Mlas Rosa Hay-ward-Miss Mamie Jennings; Mlaa Dororthy Buckner-MIss Marlon Maher; Mrs DeLoa Tkqmaa-Mlaa Catherine Coxa; Mrs. D...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

FOND OF > WINE SO LETTERS FROMJffll PROVE lBtar?tti? UmoHtf In th# 0?rOfim rimrrnf Otaapog?r WroU Of*? to D^?r? for ? *? Product ?f Noted t: BttrMff Au|>*l hitherto mi9ul>ltsh?d letter* ef Richard Vtgs?r tav* com# to IHMln -onnoegta wtth Um Wtpttr JlwBorW ?*- blblu bow betas la the mualelpal UM?m of history tt I^lpsKs. All wfr? Vrttt?B by lh? famous compowf b*(4lea 1104 aad 1271 to his wlM deal-1 era. They show that he liked good ; wine, hud that sometimes he had troubk? la paying for }t- The first l*ttw, | written In Munich In November, 1884. , is tvpli'ol ?' all. He addrewe* the' ^1,1- u "most honored sir." thanks i bjm for the hurt shipment and cop- J Bf:', ? I -I beg you to r?*w as soon a ? I possible my supply by a considerable j <on?lKCmcnt of half bottle* of the table Wine. From 1# to 100 bottles of each variety would about meet my uteds. Regarding payment, will you have the klndneae to state your wlnhw. la general It suites my fina...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

FOR THE TIGERS Richmond, V*.. Aug. ft?Special.? Jeon i?v? Richmond but four etnIf this afternoon and the Tlctn d little difficulty In boating Rlch>nd. driving Vance from the mound ?coring Ave rune on Ave hits, with ? aid of a ptii end hit batter In re? and one-third Innlnga Orlffln, who relieved Vance, did tter, but waa found for a triple and ?le In the seventh, which netted ? run. Newton's wild heave and sssly'a aacrlflce My added another the ninth. With two out In the flret. Orlffln d Pies singled After that not a >1t reached second base. Laval and ?erte made sensational catches, ille some amusement was caused ten Oardln waa caugnt oft second the sixth by the hidden ball etunt ancient days. The score: RICHMOND. ? AH, R. H. O. A. E. wton. ss 4 0 1 I ft 1 val. rf 4 A 0 i t 0 Orlffln. th .... 4 o 1 t 1 1 sa. if a o i a o t iley, lb 4 0 112 0 0 vie. 9b 4 0.0 1 1 1 ?erts.cf * 0 0 a 0 0 tgers. c 3 o o 3 0 1 noe, p l o o o l o Orlffln. p .... 2 o o o : d Totals .......

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

MTURIff MY FROM THE IUN0 OF PROMISE Tta ud Fifteen Thous Foreigner* Applying fox to the United States An Bojoetod Every Year. August ?.?From ten to flftoea thousand men and women are turned gwajr from the portals of the United States every year, and sent back to the countries whence they came. In their endeavor to enter the laad of promise. The reason Is that thag io not meet the requirements set for Immigrants by the American authorllles. This condition constitutes one of the moot difficult problems faced by the American Department of I^abor, and In an efforj Jp golve It. the department has sent V(. W. Husband, one of Its special ifinti, to Investigate and report oa emigration condition* In England And the Continent Br?ry year, in aplto of the efforts of tho steamship companies to exclude such passengers from their lists, near1y fifteen thousand Immigrants see the gates at Kills Island closed against them, and with the earnings of years awept away by the expanse of the royage. they...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

T? mes Will A lways biwfrts%;K- '? * * ? Fur the Person Who Does Not Save ?*?? i.' A * ' fv^TfyoV * J ?' Tomorrow will be no better than today; and next year will .. be a good deal worae. Men in their right minds rarely invite disaster, but he ia surely doing so, who deliberately allows bad conditions to oontinue. It only takes a little "I Will' power to correct them. We value avery account in thia Bank whether large or amall. | CITY NATIONAL BANK ioSIvi a hp wpiriasu 'wiottfi 'sesiwass MARKETS MMh Market. !i Will Street. Auc. ? ?Speculative lapuaa w#f? lower for the most part at ithe opening today Active railroad stocks averaged half a point decline ? . Later prices showed some dlepoaltlon to ully. -Reeovary wah bad and It wm net proceeded far before a sudden drop In Reading produced heavl. neaa again. Ovulation*?Krw York Htuck Amei (topper *m <grl Am toeet Sugsr Am Caa Am Can. pM ... AM ? sr and Kdjr An t:ott?a oil . kn Ice itecur's. Am Unseed Ah Locomotive Am -melt A K...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 August 1913

Cider wr 25 cents the gallon at all of our Cash stores It is fine and -| ? ? ? the price is right - ?' ? V >?? ~ Big Lot of Fine Juicy North Carolina Water Melons Sp, ? I11 1 rl It Tb+f'm AtnUa* Hew, ":. tlltr tk? *. W? Ha** n Our Profit in Sailing Our Tailored-to-Meai ure clothes at 1-3 off to make, room for Fall Woolen* is in the number of new people we convince of the superiorty of Our Tailoring Let us have your order today. W.R.HancockCo. Iimmn It 8m. W. Pay** C* Straw Nat* U tfcat wit mm <? ?*- VbbhhhmhhJ i i ?? Rtfrwklic Tkta Hat ? Wtafktrt Bfrkrro' (iligrr Alee. - Zecker,.la offerIn* the wrjr superior Qoaman'a an<l lluntar'a "Extra Dry" Uln(*r Ale thla waek. a^ 91.8# doaen boll Ira Nothing mora beautifully apurkllna. mora refreshing or palatable.?adv. v rOK PHOMPT 8KRVICE A WD ? ACCURATE REKUUn , Ut ?a do your optical work. Wa nil )uur ocullau' praacriptiona or raplaca hiokan lenaaa within an hoar. CornPlata optical plant In operatkoa alwtyt W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

john units am : 11 on chs no dei unoi PHOTOGRAPHERS ARE MUCH IN EVIDENCE But Citizens of the Republic Are Conspicuous By Their Absence ? Only a Few Persons In Railway Sta- ' tion at All Curious About His Mission ? Police In Large Number Guard the Approaches, But Public Is Apathetic. RIDE FROM VERA CRUZ 18 TEDI0U81 MttUo City. A??. 11.?Th# arrival of John 1.1 nd. th* man who** mr*t?rloua mlsalun to Mexico was tha direct cauee of a public manifestation ytiterday In awpport of lluerta's attitude towstd American mediation. haa of It?aIf baan devoid of any thrills. UaC aa tha personal representative of PreeIdeiH Wilson, alighted from the train laat olsht. after * tedloua day's ride from V?ra I'rui. and found only few persona about the station. who seem not at all curious to watch his move- | ? iseiU ' _ _ __ Xumrrous newspaper photographers ware <>n hand, and L.lnd obligingly posed. Llnd psralatently maintained that taciturnity which ha haa observed carefully sines ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

ws m IP00IEA : mm doomed CtrtcM. V*?a?vela. Aug. 11?Gen(rej Torre* C??*ro. relative of former 1 President Clprlan?? i ??? *"?Ptured Ft) lay by government troops. A irtimtpor of his officers *ho had fled to the after the defeat of CMtro'a rtih#renls Jvly 31. utso were tsken prisoner*. F gMtng coBtlnwn In tfe* State of Cacblra. i'nltcl Stat.-s crvtaer Pifm*rM ~ir *m due in Veneautain water* yea*,t da>" The Archblahoy ef Caracfi* JV* iaJ*oe'1 instrnctlons for prayer: ^ CHIWKSB l?tit*t r TMK Tl MIAN r*tlt>K?JIK> e Atoov.'China. Auc 11 ?Five hundred Chinese government treope **re dispatched yesterday In pursuit of the TliMW irlbruiMa. who reeenllv kll|e<l a ?uniWr nfTnirnoMM here K >ots M (? a d'emand from Japan for l-">-<5<,mnftV"an*d execution of the l<-*iers of the tribe. Strong resistance l? *vpectedfrwa the tribesmen, who ar? SOCIALNOTES OF BUENA VISTA Buena VHrtn. Va.. Auri&lt...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

" There is Full Satisfaction in- . OUR SODA t n ? yj ?. A -V^Rl tl t)i? point of asrrlM and quality. wu shall endoaTpc.to offer you abHlut* MtWactloB tn our soda fountain drink*. Itarr modern method. that will add to your comfort accommodation and Mir?at*ac? ia to he found at our fountain. Plenty of floor ip?m. comfortable ckijyi and, lar*? plaaaea of dellcloua creamy aoda. Expert nUtinf methods are tn. ployed la order to luure a moat delightful blending of flavors. We rtrs you aoda drinks that are fit to drink, asfe to drink ssd fully eattsf/IW *. ?. ' ? ... SPECIALS TODAY yt Cinw?l'?ead?. * t ?? r??c* Ikerttt, t. Iwau lufae, OrHfe Umete k Si? ' ?? ? Peach flail Country - Mtmllk, ??? McGEE'S PHARMACY DSVGOIITI , NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT YOB YOUR MONET'S WOBTH DO WE DESIRE YOUB PATBONAOE. ' Let U* Prove It to Toil VCLBPIOra tn <1 EADFO&D STEAM LATJKDEY, Tempting! Scarcely Expresses Itl Watermelons Cantaloupes Norfolk Sweet Potatoes "Prying Sise" Chickens Corn, Cuc...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

hu waited li or defln?u moat ha In tli* city vil held. Cltlesns much Urn* and labor, of remuneration, to are wondering why such delay. In busicoadurted with like method*, en la given to hut the |U queeforty lmporte drift to month. Such manner naturally makes an unRoanoke la ensystem* tic and efficient eerand If ahe does not get It, somelurely la to blame. A TEMPERA \ CE LBCTCRK. Dsspite estramaly warm weather the Orand Theater yeaterday afterBtMa waa Ailed with Roaaoksrs anslou* te hear the message of Mr. tufen* Chaffln. twice candidate of the Prohibition party for the office of preeldeat. Under the direction of the of the Grand, aeveral large electric fans and numeroua small onea labored vigorously to dispel the heat, reaulta accomplished by th*m were ' ?c?t happy and acceptable. Mr. Chaffln'* talk waa ao lmpreeatv?. ?o encouraging. from the etandpoiat of temperance advocatea that ^e' datermir.ed to make uae of it aa an editorial, preventing It aa a *triklug emphaata of that for wh...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

W??*r la floaor of Mr. Bwrae<t. Mr Thonwi Spratt was the boat of' ? delightful dinner at the Country Club houae Saturday evening at 7 o'clock In Jionor of Mr. G. T. Burnett, who aalla on tit* Adriatic from New York on Auguat the fourteenth, accompanied by hi* Wife, for an European tour. The table waa attractively decorated With rosea and a menu vai served In delectable courses. Mr. U K. Johnson waa toast master, and there were regponsee from all the gueata. wishing Mr. Burnett a safe and happy voyage. Mr Spratt'a gueat Hat Included: Measrs E T. Burnett. U. E. Johnson. C. H McVltty, W. C. Stephenson, D. E Spender. J. B Lacy. W. C. Waist rum. 3. E Crawford. C 8. Churchill. T. 8 Davant. E U Stone. W. B. Bevlll J. B. Newton. A C. Need lea, J. W. Co*. J. W Cook. J. C. Caanell, W. H Lewis. J. M ftodgera Psrtk Party. Mlsa Helen Kelater will entertain at g porch party Thursday morning at h?r home on Seventh avenue a w . In honor of Mra. Paul Oralf, nna of the charm- j Jag brides ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

jm: ? ?ri n Old and New S&le This Week ?s? -v These Wash Dress Fabrics Are Offered at Enticing Prices Rare offerings In theee White and Colored Wash Fabrics for 'hi* week's sale. All theee roods wm? pt rchas^d a*, a very great price concession and yon thus secure the heaeft. ???Inch While Kmbroldered Batiste; regular SOc quality- sac yard 40-inch plain Colored Voile: 25c quality, only ISc yard 17-inch White Brocade Crepe: 45c quality; special at sv yard Sl-inch Warp Wett Pique, In white only: good S5?rquality, at. yard IS-tnch Colored Laws and Batiete; 1! l-J?- values. I(V yartt >1 Newest Styles In Waists Will Be Displayed This Week Charming Novelties are shown in these two pretty lines. Waah Silk Waist*, in white. ?Uh low Dutch Collar*, also in *trinee. with soft silk collars: lavender, tan. Hue, Mack: price*, ta.ni* to ss no lingerie Waists. in the new Crep.- Weave*, with dainty trimmings of lace; low and high neck effect*. Spien.lld values, ?t Si.no to S3 u...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

?BUTTERICfi PATTERNS' Ollil II* tTMl H*M. ok* H HlOl fMl M trmm MM tkM ffvMi ? IMlff fluwHiMiateDaiMMiOtt.jto "BUTTERICK PATTERNS" Continuing Our Annual August Clearance Sale Through This Week LINENS "32TSV This A treat oImb up m1? LINRN DRPAKT1IHNT. in our HoUBKKBrPIMO Hhort lengths, remnants of table linen and ftn? *11 linen hack and craah toweling; odd lot* and slightly soiled shown plecfca ell perfect only needing a little water to right them and the difference In prM* will pay the laundry bill and leave change enough for still another piece. 71 -Inch .VII Purr Irlett linM Damanli. A heavy quality, fully bleached, enow white material showing many beautiful patterns?Our *9c quality for Tic And manr other# of equal or greater value.? OOIiORKn nitKKM UNfcXft. And here will be found some very Interesting economies. TheM are linens that you may wear late into rail. *l-tnoti All Pure Ramie I.lncn. Tan, Brown, Heliotrope. OreeB, Oray, Navy Black. V'aluee 4*c, for IS-lnch All Pwrr Ramie...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 11 August 1913

NATURAL BRIDGE CBt*a'w>fag Social Event of B?on Led By Mrs. Consolvo, of Norfolk ? Many t Arrivals. Rtlvrtl Brld(p. V*., Aug. ?.?Special.?Under the Influence of thfe most perfect weather. these summer days ?t Ui? Bride* are passing moat pleasantly. There I* a buoyancy In the *lr that brings a promise of fali and la most Invigorating. These lovely, cool. sunlit days and moonlit nights give every opportunity for enJoying life. There are riding and drivlag parties; walking parties through wooden trails for enjoying life. There are riding aad driving parties; walking parties through wooded trails and to J^h ,points; tennis, bowling, flshIns Ud swimming parties and always dancing In the evening. Many gay motor parties come In and after raat aad refreshment here go on their way rejoicing. The surging thronn to like a panorama, ever rhanKinn. aver pleasing Quite the moat delightful and en-: tertalnlng event of the season so far Was the masquerade costume ball glv- j en on Friday...

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