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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 August 1913

Picnic. .- Ernest Stone * Bible class of y Baptist church will have a at the Baptist Orphana.se in ?m un August the Thla claaa 1 contemplated hav mg an outing I among themselv *, liut owing to fact that H nanc la I aid la needed, the current expanses of the ore, it wsi decided to har* and extend an InvltuUon . _ l the columns of th* papers | friends to attend. Thoae who will Mid thla picnic will leave Koak# at four o'clock on the Salem . a?d have a light picnic aupper [the lawn of the orphanaga. and be "tatned by the orphan* with a urogram for an hour. The Of the tickets will be SOc. and *?? obtained at the Layman shoe and Ollee Brothers furniture orphanage haa always been supported by liberal contrlbubut on account of the large plant being built many who i subscribed for that purpose have retofore given their money to the "vage for th* running ex pen sea. class has lit members and is .? by Mr. Ernest Stone, he officers of the claaa are: PreelMrs. A. J. Camp; secretary, Mr. ay Rarne...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 August 1913

Ml ?TM?Bt that hs Co fS? with ToUon la ?Ik* start It ? couldn't Mrntn fcfird ?the NH?v?4 Ma l? the second with the bu?f? .full and mm down. Tennsnt walked and Cook sacrificed as a ?tarter. VkltMraA waltn! and was ?Iran the free goods A double steal moved the runners up. Carter hit VMkljr to Tolson who made a poor throw to Welaher, Tsnnant being called safe on a close play. With run?ers on third and second Boyd fanbe# and Kvana flew out to Qlnn. tho second Tolson continued his ? and tha Tigers were luck? to |SF tho Truckers In this frams run. Garvin first up IBmga fanned. Hardin Tennant walked. Here TolWaa yanked ? from the contest, I tsltlni up the work. On a foxy wall executed play Welsher nipHardin off second. Coalby taking threw. Cook hit a hlch fir to Lit, a Tesae Leaguer scaring Garvin, itecraft fanned. BPIRD T HI PUBS. With the Truckers two runs to the Seed the Tlgera cot buey and shoved over four runs la hurry up style. Mattla hit a hot one at Hardin and Was safe. Sum mere pu...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 August 1913

Times Will Always he Bad *For the Person Who Does Not Save v Tomorrow Wfll.be no hotter than today; and next year will J. be a good deal wone. Men in their richt minds rarely invite disaster, but he'is surely doing so, wh<i deliber itely allows had conditions to con- ? tinue. It only takes a little VI Will' power to correct them. We value every account in this Bank whether large or ?malL * CITY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL. WJIIJt SURPLUS AND CNDIVIBCO PHoriTO W.III.IS [ARRETS |-Ifaw York, Aug. 16.?Crop condlagain w*r* -u powerful Influence the itock market today, unfavorable Ivicea received late resulting In a rllne of 1 "to 2 points. According p reliable though unofficial data the jmg' sustained drought In the southcorn belt hae iiueMl a further of not lean than 150,000,000 ?ela of corn since tire publication August first figures. Estimates compiled on the produce shange liow 'point to the amalleat >rn yield since 1904, with fear of krther deteorlatlon. Corn options...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 16 August 1913

to be given away to the most energetic boy or girl in Roanoke, is now here, and can be seen on the streets daily. It is a dandy. Bnv from the merchants who aro giving votes on this splendid outfit, and <*ast them for vour favorite. "l - If Tkere'e AiytMw N??, H?lir ik? ?m. w. n??> it. Let Today Be the Day You Make Tour Selection From Our Entire Stock of STEIN BLOCH g SUITS &* Off - Suit is reserved (except Full Dress Tuxedoes and Blacks). Take your unrestricted choice. W.R.HancockCo. Ma W. Pum Ca Dflltkltilr Rtlmklaa , Tkb Hat Wttlkffi ?l Ifclll' Gtafff AIn. iNkfT ii offerln* the T?ry superior Oowm'i ud Hunter's "Bitrt Dry" <Ui|*r Alt this Weak at 91.lt dosen bottles. Nothing morn beautifully sparkling-. mors table.- ; VOH PROMPT SERVICE AND A OCX'RATE REKCLT8 Ut us do your optical work. We flit jour oculists' proscriptions or replace itokao lensas within an hour. Complete optical plant In operation alwaya We wUl accurately fit you for I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

c ?, ? Si OON. AUgOBT 18, 1913. , PRESENT WHEREABOUTS OF FLYING FUGITIVE UNKNOWN Takes Advantage of Milkman's Visit and Speeds in Automobile Numerous Reports Circulated u to Where He Is Going?Some Insist His Destination Is Oanada? Others Say He Boarded a Yacht and Is Bound for Europe?Lawyers Unanimous in Opinion That If Thaw Beaches Any Other State or Country He Cannot Be Extradited. SOME FACTS ABOUT ' HIS FAMOUS TRIAL Nfcw York, August 1*.?R?rr.? Thaw hu enjoyed a full ray of freedom and h< prolialily never will be confined Again within the jurisdiction of New York, is the opinion of authorities who < have held him an an fnsene man since he last was tried for the murder of Stanford White. His well planned escape from the-state hospital for criminal insane at Matteawan, during a milkman's visit esrly yesterday morning, is believed to have placed him outside the stste, where he is a free man unless ths authorities in the plsce tdi which hs has esesped. deem him ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

Dttfe, Aaw Drirw From Xatteftwan and ' (Conf Intifd Thaws gone?-eaeapod." ho shoot?4. haraUag Into Dr. Keihs pr<**ncf. 4a4 la a marowrt the pursuit was on. JTJja grpat W?cll car flas>w?d like, a thunderbolt through Stomnvllle. 10 lBllM east of MittMWkii. ?luni lh? Toad to the Connecticut lh*. Kearly, ..fleers In.the little hamlet saw thre? Ben and Thaw rraurhlnf low to eecap* the sweep of their rush through] ; tha air. They Were going 70 mil M hoar. They were ten*mlnutes out cf Mattea?.?: ^Btrllle marveled at their ?p?-ed.| i tal watched them melt away Jn the * duet of , the State noad. L ??? aaoualne hiwd been left behind, the *pvcd which the black car traveled through SUirmvllfc he should ranchad the State nine within -halt aa hour. P^> 'AIdVjTM GrYEN BY WIRE. j Bhraum'a breathleo* dwlaration at ?ytha'aaj-lum brought Dr. Kelb to his -: *hat like a Pistol ?hot. Within a ?moment he was standing at the telephone. and aa Bamum poured the jetory into hl...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

TOILET 14EEDS f-V ?'?;?y*V . A Full Lbe of Toilet and Bath Neetii for the Ladies' Toilet Table. Wt k?t( a rull ll^t of the Mai ?ju Pours Toilet Specialties?Cold Orwm Fto* Powtera. lUmit Cr+mmm, Hair Toalc, Hair Shampoos. Cutlcule preparatiopa?all of Mim. du Fours' tolUt specialties ara guaraateed to Vivo entire aatiafactlon. N... - a A full llna of Hudtnit's TolUt Watara. Cold Craamo and Powders, Tooth Brushes. Tooth Powdera and Creama. AU toilet preparatlona at toweot prloaa BATH *tTrrUK??Bath Soapa. Towels. Waah Rail. 4711 I'trfumed Boa Salt, lie and tte bottle; 8ea Bait In b?(t, 10c, t for !l?; Bath Brushea He up; Bath Caps. Mo. FOB THE BAB?Shavln* Suppllea Bhavlns Brushea Cream*. Boapa. Lotions; Safety Ramora. tie up; Rasor Stropa I>c up; Talcum Powder* lie up; Hair Brushes and Comb* all prices. OOINO ON VACATION*?Let us supply oil your ne*de. Special line Sao <-1*ars. put up In hoses of It, fl.00 and ll.ll a bos; Ptpea and your farorlta la Claarettea McGEE...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

News . IM M a>* 143 HOTICK to SFBICmiBUl (?kwHptlau tp Tkr W?rl4-Mrnn la ilrunt aad nkMrlk- ?" Awl* witrk tbe rlflr*(lM dttra ?? tfet fciktlf mt tkelr Mf*r, aad w>4 ?????I* ?a greawtiy. ntktrwtet ik? >M" will ha ito?*r4 wkra the (lar ?e ait AU Mkariiylloaa an r^alrrd to be paid la alvaavt, aa4 tkta rale t?lll t<\: THAW ESCAPES. After six years of confinement in th?Worn for the Insane at Matteawan. Harry JC. Thaw, murderer of Stanford White, mado( his escape yesterday Wd la a high-powered automoHhL- drove through the couatry. A dispatch to The Wirld-N?in today ladlcates that he not oaly has placed ."Itliaaeif beyond the boundaries of the HMW'Jlntt that never again will tha waits Qf Matteawan hold him prlsoaer. Because of the prominence of Ms family and the tremendous notoriety of his trial, his escape attracts world-wide attention. Into the life of the normal Indivld?a' are crowded many incidents. Romance, tragedy, sucoess and sorrow follow...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

in slightly used f PIANOS Fully guaranteed. Very eaaf terms. No notes to sign. Rsan?k* Muie Co. c. r. Mm-, 11? W. Campbell Ave. " At th* cwutfr n?k. "" Th* Country Club -vu tha kmi kttirday afKrnMn *n?i ?vatilnt of a 'llllant ntlitrlni ->C w#mi-n and Pfc. A larga numUr of apactatora atrhad with tataraat th* tannla tourUMant matchand many dinner Bar* M ware given In thi lata ev*nlnic, llawed by a large (itherlnr at tha ?**-??* * norchaatra dta?M4 music durlnf tha afr?rno?a and '??'n?. About rixty young p*?pi.< Uoyod th* <Unaa. Amon* tha dlaaer parties *?<?; Mr. JosephCrawford, party of *^!! iS^i* "?**??!>? Kaehiv. alv lit. O. Holt. four; T|r. Hlohard Hoy?t. ur; Mr. Charles PlahbufQ, t.-ur: Mr*. %er Parher. four; Mlea Mia MaWnorft: H"i: SK.VS: ItOkwlr. four; Mrs. 8. H. MsVl'ty, . f {Mam. Hi; Mr. Roy Smith. Jr.. sl?. * " a ? a Ta??l? Tiaiaaaiaal iOh i*?vnt of tha numbar of con?tontt. tha tennis tournament baarin i* Prsllinlaarlea o...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

I ? ? T: i . ? - hese Women's Ready-to-Wear Garmen See the first Display of the New- Autumn Silks, Woolen Dress T extiles and Wash Fabrics This week - v Demonstrate the Trend of Autumn Styles We take pleasure in presenting the initial exhibit of the new autumn styles for women, in tailored suits, and you will agree that it is truly a "beauty show." Visitors and shoppers will he greatly interested, of course, in this first display of correct" modes of women's attire for the fall and coming winter. The entire line has been personally selected by our experienced buyers, and reflects the most striking style tendencies for autumn donning. Superb examples of the skill of the best craftsmen in the tailors'art are here in a lavish profusion of style range. Many models will be found in tailored suits for general utility in the newest dress fabrics. Charming creations are also shown in verv fine textiles for dressv afternoon and similar wear?prices ranging from $15.00 up to $65.00. .A delight...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

HnH 'V^ r '? -.t- "? \ i ?V^-fc,-r'v; fl '"1 Hl|Hnil '? n I'iTttftiiilPiii'liiiirtltflP' CV ~ V ?- '? - ?-v; ??? ? ' ., >.* V* - ??? ? .*???' '-Vr*" *?- ?? - k_ ' { '.BUTTERlCK PATTERNS' BY MAIL tk? kr Past at in* ???? than IrMi ? ??*???* 'BUTTERICK PATTERNS' ~^r Embroideries * * The last two. vv^Kii' veiling ha* reduced our stock of emtrolderiee to small plK??, short lengths. etc.. and thene we offer this week at prices that will carry every yard Into your homes. It ts to your advantage to buy largely of these short pieces for any length la a rood length In embroidery; there la always a pla<-e for It. 27-lnoh FnunHng-* benutlful ?1eep work on fine quality Swi?* that w?r? flmt ?8c and mora. Kor this *ale Site 59c value . 4 So 50c vnlue Sit** * to I Of Insertion*. Oood assortment of rtedexlgns on fine matertala SHc Baby FlounHnr. IS to 17 Inches wide; very pratty quality and designs? Uc value : Sic lOf value Sto' 55 to Jte Insertion. In a hi* assortment of dasig...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

MANY CHANGES IN HANTS OF NEW YORK CITY By CARLTON TEN ETCK (Written for the United Press> Ktw Tork. Aug. 1??-"A row by J tnotlttr jumf would inifl! as **"tThat hu been said so much that It; to> *xloma,tic. But would any r?l?l ?wood smell sweet It called * r?"' apparently is what several of ytw York's best known restaurateurs 0T4 tryinn to find out. - Tltore have been a great m?n> j chances In the favorite eatln* pl?ce?: of Manhattan In the past si* months, but few new names appear The r< staurant owners seem to have the >deaj location does not make a tfreat 4wi of difference, son long as the peine Is the same. Louis Mai tin. the famous pioneer caterer of Broadway, now holds forth at Fifty -ninth street, ?where formerly the name of ueorge Rector flaunted itself in bis electricj latter*. George Rector. In turn, has taken over the old- Folies Ber*t-re restaurant et Fifty-eighth street and | Uroadway. His name already appears. In bi...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

Times Will Always be Bad For the Person Who Dots Not Save Tomorrow will be no better than today; and next year will be a food deal weave. ? Men in their right minda rarely Invite diaaeter, but he ia ?urely doing ao, who deliberately allow* bad eonditione to continue. It only takea a little "I Will' power to eorrect them. We value every aeeount in this Bank whether large or ?mall. CITY NATIONAL BANK *?4* "*'" ? * MARKETS It* York. Au(. It.?Continued lack | lain In th? we?t and loulhwut B mad* the baals of another Mlllnf vament In today'* early market. Delta of a pctnt were abruptly reti*. Od by St. iV?l. AtchUon. Rock_ lad preferred. Union Pacific and Erie. 8. Steal aiao fait tha force of the Ual Impact mora than any other lnrtrtal laaue except tho harveeter laa. which were rtotably heavier Home tk? mlaor apecllatlee yielded aa oh aa two polnta. In final dealing* market fathered freah Impetus and ?lac price a for the favorite* ware II ??ov* thoae of tha previous day. Mart from crop c...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 18 August 1913

Vol ?BBS Wednesday Night BHfcSV?'-s?i, Hfw A B3L, ' *? - < August 20th. Getyour coupons in and vote for your favorite If TW?rt ?W?IM Cadrr A* ???? W# "??? I*. Tropical WeightSuits for Warm | Weather Wear Btoe Serges or Hot?1 tie* (For Travel or Tiottoo). 8TEIX BLOCH make, you know what that meant. No other ready to wear in America equal* STEIN BLOCH. Ask the man who wean a fiTTEIN BLOCH SUIT ?he will tell you WHY. W.R.HaicoeltCo. Bm. W. Payai C*. WmnImi lirtni^ Maatr aim. Ktckir to off*rln| I ha vary luptrlor Oamit) Ud Huntrr'a "Kitra Dry" (linger Alt this ?Nk. at It ;? dotm kattlM Nothing morr beautifully ?l>?rkllHB mow refreahlng or ptlttab!*.?adr. roM phompt MSRVirac ash ACtXRATK HKHl LTH L?t ua do your optical work. We rU >?iur ocullaia' pr?a<-riptiona or raptaca ?<i<kan ItoNt within an hour. ComPlata optical plant In operation al- ? ay a. Wa will accurately At you for A D. MVRRAT, OPT. D. ?iRRRKf JKW'KLHT ?*"!*? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

vol. 48?so. 42. . aa;iss raar,r?sg at roanoke, va., GRAVITY OF SITUATION WITH MEXICO CONSIDERABLY MP Lind and Huerta in Face to Face Talk LIND AND HUERTA IN FACE TO FACE TALK % Discuss Status of Affairs Franklin ? An? Under- j standing Tet May Be Reached By Wrich Sever-! ance of Relations Hay Be 1 Prevented?0 * Shaughnes - sy Wires Positive Denial ? of Huerta Uutlmatum? j No Foundation Whatever; for Statement, He Siys. j SENATORS RELIEVED AT BRIGHTER NEWS > Mexico City, Aug 1?.? P?c* to face during the night President Wilson's personal representative John Kind, aad Provisional President. Huerta are believed to have reached an understanding which may yet prevent the wvtrance of relations between the United States and Mexico, and serve to continue negotiations In which Washington may play the role of mediator. Neither at the national palace nor at the American embassy were sny details of the conference given out. but It Is known that the meetlnwas cordial and that L,tnd con...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

HtOASTS Board for lAXPRMCm.CS It.?Scathiag crltcourt which t r 1 ?<! Tbeedor* J. ? Arms on nrawttr Tbeo<ic iluirfH of "owlpable Inefficiency," was endorsed by Secretary Daniels today Upon ths flmilnss of the court sentencing the n?ymuKr to a loan of three numbers Is (r?4? for hl? connection wtth the commlutry frauds abroad the battleship Loatalaaa The secre?HM ths sentence wss wholly innate and that he approved It only the officer escaping punishMm entirely. Fraudulent transactions by sn enltWd MM I* the MmmlHiri' department cost the sailor* of ths Louisiana severs! thousand dollars. Paymaster Arms *u ths commissary officer In eharyi. Commenting upon thla. Kecrettry Daniels wrote upon the court's .,6Ih*t frauds of such magnitude Could be perpetrated hv sn enlisted man In the very presence of the officer In cksrte of hla work without even arousing ths utters suspicion. Is <llf|UniU ts comprehend.'and Is aufrieient evidence that the eommlssnrv oRlrer m...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

. , 1 TOILET NEEDS A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs lor the Ladies' Toilet Table. t *?. ' ? * . W# k?vt a fall line of the Mm*, flu Fours Toilet Specialties?Cold Creame, Ktot I'owdtra, iliiiin Cream*. Hair Tonic. Hair Shampooa. Cutlcula preparation*?all of Mm*, du Koura' toilet apeclaltle* ar* luiranteed to five entire aatlsfactloa. A full tin* of Hudnut'* Toilet Water*. Cold Craama and Po?d*ra, Tooth Bruahea, Tooth Powder*. and Cream*. All toilet preparatlona at laweat price* BATH SIPPI.IK*?Bath Hoapa. Towel*. Waah Race. 4711 Perfum*d Salt, lie and Jlc bottle; Sea Salt In base. 10c, 3 for ile; Bath Bruahe*. lie up; Bath Cape, 60c. roil THE MAN?Shaving 8uppllea: Bhavln* Bruihe*. Cream*, Soapa. Lotion*. Hafety Ilaiora. lie up; Raior Btropa. :5c up; Talcum Powder*. 10c ?p; Hair Brush** and Comba, all prlcea. OUIJIO OS VACATION!?Let ue aupply all your needa. Special Una Sne Clgare. put up In boxes of >1, tl 00 and ti ll a box; Pipes, and your favorite In Clgarettea. McGE...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

Dictionaries give the following definition of tit* word insurgent: "A person who rises In revolt against civil authority or an ?il?b? llshed government: one who" openly Twlito th* execution of laws; a rebel." Dtap^tehe* from Washington concerning deliberations of the caucus on the currency bill, designate Democrats Who oppose the bill as "Insurgonta" Used tn this connection the word has la large measure the meantag given In the dictionary. It means Insurgency against the plans or laws of the Democratic party. It means that some Democratic leaders, havlnir determined that the currency measure as presented to the caucus must! receive the rapport of every Democratic congressman, regard those who oppose the bill as rebels against the party's judgment. The word ??insurgent'* was used when progressive Republicans in congress declined to follow their old commander*. "Insurgency" was flaunted la their faces so often that after a while they became accustomed to It? proud of it?and today ther...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

BELOW COST. Some Great Big Bargains in slightly used PIANOS Jully guaranteed. Very easy terms. . No notes to sign. Rtanokt Music Co. c. T. JRNNINQt, Hgr, PT Campbell Ave. W???r P?r1 j. t. and Mrs. J. C. Wyier war* the l ?' * lovely dinner party last ovenlnir at t.30 o'clock at horn* In Pulaski. complimentary number of guests sttendln* the t allow. The table decorstlons war* yellow and white, and an elennt * course luncheon was nerved >u*st list Included Judge and Staples, of Roanoke; Misa ? GHllam. of Buchanan; Mr. and . Weper. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlnr>. of IWaa; Mlas Berts McCray. 0f Mlnton. ? ? e l.awa Party. ? Ladles Guild of St. Mark's tutuchurch vlll ?!?? a lawn pnrty leeday evening from 7 to 11 o'clock ?r* " W- Xllnt'i lawn on I'att?r- " avenue. ? e ? rrz Whltc- of Charlottesville, 1 J? Mettle White, of Cave Spring, Hie guests of Miss Eva Butroush Eleventh avenue a. w. ? ? ? ?Vf-*'" of Fleet. Va.. la Via. Miss Elisabeth Orl((?, on Seven-hmV^U"-.W. . la Hmmmr m...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 19 August 1913

ROANOKE PASTOR VWta to Th? following Mrmon was prrtohrd tn tkl First Presbyterian church sundny morning, the pastor. the Rev. W. C.< Ounpb^ll. D. D? taking for hts text Gen. U:ll. "Then Abraham removed Ml tMt and cam* and dwelt In the ?of Mam re. which la Hebron, and there an altar unto the Lord.'' Hebron Is located twenty miles south . of Jerusalem and fourteen miles be- j yond Bethlehem. The trip from Je-1 twIiiii requires a whole day. One. iMwever, travels over an Interesting road. Historic , association gathers ?boot the whole way. It matter* not j Where your eyee rest you have within the compass of your vision something i of Interest. One however must real-' tae when traveling through the Holy | L?nd that he needs a sixth *ense. the historic. It is not so much what I he sees with his eyes that Interests i Mm. It Is what he sees with his' knowledge of the land. It Is the vision of the mind and the vision of the soul rather than of the natural eyes that clothes evgry s...

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