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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

If |M #? Mt wwmtm |Mf HNT ?r T |1 An ?ho?? Ik* kiidMW oSlo*. and ? Mn will b? Mat rou at mm* kr ?p?etel wmimw. W? wut yon to nMl** tk* WwM-K*vi ???r? 4?jr. VOL. 4&?No. 47. ?TORINO WORLD. FniM IMS. BTfailfl HW1 fwwlil UN, AUGUST 25, 1913. JJS5cS?^JuSV PRICE?TWO 0KNT8. TWtHTY-fDUR HOURS FOR MEM GOVEMtEST 10 WISE ITS ATTITUDE WILSON MAKES HIS ' INTENTIONS PLAIN TJbless Some Indication of An Alteration of Temper on the Part of the Mexi can Administration Is Forthcoming, President Will Read His Special Message to Congress To-1 morrow. ? I FULL DISCUSSION AT WHITE HOUSE Washington, Aug. 25.?Prudent Wilson made it plain today! that uule?g there wan a ohangc in the attitude of the Huerta govtrnment within the next twenty-four hours, he would carry out his intention personally to read to congress tomorrow a special message outlining the policy of the United States toward Mexico. He will discuss the message tonight at tho> white house with thfe entlro membership of the ...

Publication Title: World News, The
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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

Morai:; DOE THE SPREAD OF TUBERCULOSIS trofaaaar Jordan, of the Univeraity of Ohloafo, Gives Hit -Views of the Dread Disease?Oppor trinities for Infection Afforded :? la ichooL J Buffalo, Aug. II.?Air-borne "drip|?ta" are the principal factors in thuprcad of tiUnulotli, accordiug iu i|Prof. Sdward O. Jordan, of the I n1o( Chicago. who wa? the i1'*1 ? STSjSl Fourth Internall?>nal I'. nvtrrM ? on Schoo< Hygiene. which will conv' Inuein seaeion throughout th?President Kmerllu* Charles. W. Kli-x. pf Harvard, president of the cimr.'?? ? calN-ii the great meotlng to or,), r t>?- ? (ay. Mora than S00 of-the iihum not i rcucatora and tu-alth worker* In 'n?.if Sorld axe *cheduled to addrea* th>Jeleg.vt (>s who represent rv ^rv it.- . f the Union, nnd the 1. i..ink nati-'it* ?t tha world. Kvery well known edu,1 national institution m the ..mcrlco* la represented officially and hr.n<irr>?i* t>f cKies in ?*a...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

TOILET NEEDS A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs for the Ladies' ToM Table. r We have a full line of the Mm* do Four* Toilet Specialties?Cold Creama, Face Powders. Maasage Creams, Hair Tonic, Hair tihampooa, Cutlcule preparations?all of Mme. da Fours* toilet specialties are guaranteed to (tve entire aattsfactlon. A full llna of Hudnut's Toilet Waters. Cold Creams and Powders, Tooth Brashes, Tooth Powdera, and Cr.-ams. All toilet preparations at lowest prices. MATH SirPLIRS?Bath Soaps. Towels. Waeh Hags. 4711 "Perfumed Pea Salt, 15c and 2i>c bottle; Sea Salt In bag*. 10c, 3 for !Sc; Bath Brushes, SSc up; Tilth Caps. 60c. KOH TUB M \ >?Shav'nir Supplies: Shaving Bruahea. Creams. Soaps. Ix>tlons; Safety Raiors, S6o up; Raxor Strops. ISe up: Talcum Powders, I 10c up; Hair Brushes and Combs, all prlre*. aoixo O* VACATION??T-et us supply all your needs Special llna put up In boxes of 25. $1.00 and f I IS a box; Pipe*, and your I favorite la Cigarettes. Mc...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

World News . *OHC* To flrasCMIBKIM f(kMHwln> ?? T*. WnfMVw. **? MM I* advaaevi an<l .n>?*<-rlfc-OiW )ImM match ikr r?ptra(loa date* ?? '"Wla ml their paprr, aa<l .en. I MBawala la proaaptly. OilirrnlM Ib*??**r ??????< *kf? tkf (liar *" e?h?ertpt1f?aa arc required to MM la (4<r?ar*, aari ?Ma rnlr will Btrtetly enforced. MR. SMITH** EXPLIX \TTOX. | Long before Mr. J. D. Eggleston K was elected president of Virginia Poly- ' technic Imtltutf we predicted that hi* ?lection *u foreordained?<r?* Written In th?? hook of fates We ,jjd ' ?ot know the machinery that vg< ?11 work, nor were we In any way famll- ; . iar with the Ins and out* of the pro- | CM*, but we felt satisfied that Mr | Eggleston. with his strong polltlrtl Influences. would succeed J4r. Barrlnger. When Dr. Barrlnger a week or two Vffo wrote for publication a statement presenting: his side of the nutter, we ?Jlad" a little more ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

^ .. .? ,,.. Somb Great Big Bargains in slightly used PIANOS Fully guaranteed. Very ? easy pterins. No notes to sign. Roanoke Music Co. C. T. JKNMl*OI, Mar.. 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News ItMia ?( MTlal car ptrmail iatarM a kf iiknutO In 7414, ?> aeat ?? Ik* MHur ear* ?( Ik* lk? Wvrli-Ntna. At the (\M?Ur> < lilt*. RAturdav afternoon* and evenint;* > the Country ?"lub incrM?? in popuIPlty ncli wrrk a* th?- i"-i?aon udPtrr a. An orchestra dlaepnaes muaic Mth afternoon u?wl evening in th<? *f tfrnoon one flnda the lurre porrh dotted with amali i'?rj tables ?u whli l> ?re seated daintily and ?rtni,ettVfVy] cta/t women engaged in nnlm.itvd ' Ikrnn, and in th? late evening thara %r* manv *u|>jwr partlr? Among ih?M wh ? hurt aupper nt the Country C|ul> Ilou?? Haturday wert Mrt ?tame* Wnodi and |>artv of four. Mr* SI** K?-.i nfV and four truest*. Mr. . O. Hull unit four, Mr> W. (...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

SOCIAL NEWS r ?| ^ Hhn|(i?iifr? w? ?w) / OC IbMll tBtarast to friends la the ttMMMIMt by Mr-and Mr a. Chailra KMK ?( WIllfcmM Of the enirairement of tbatr tewbtar. Mbia Prancla Tereaa ta'Vruwu P. O'Kalll Tha w*.ldln.c ***? placo T*??tey morning, Hept.mb?r ?, at Mf la 01. PatrlckVchurch a a a Um?M 0* Waa?. Tha OoTarnor af Virginia and tin William HodfM Maan. left IUchmor\d rrlday evening to ?ttand tha annual ?onference of govaraora at Denver. Col. Thay will alao be tha raeats of Mr* Harriett Wood now Welle*. at Colorado Springs. for a brief visit before returning to tho executive mansion early In September. i ? i - ? ? ? VIm NH nnaark Rat?rMI?a. >'<^MIm Helen McCoemack delightfully entertained Wrdnrpdav evening In hon^r of bar guea. Mlaa Margt*?rlte Snapp. ot Qlade Spring. Va. Many'a.ero?*Joyad after which a dainty Ice rourne wtl served by Mlaa McCormmk. P" Porothy Marks and Mr*. C H. Kttar Thoao Invited werv Mlnacs Marffttartte Snapp of Cla<lr Sprlnc...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

ysJiK'.w ' /T'. .-V. fT-, ? ???> >. v -BVTTERICK PATTERNS V SHOP BY MAIL -?'V . 4 u4 I* tlfc"'Y V I >7/ ?k. kr I'M! ?? In* ml ttli ?!? * ??s?Ser 4t?la?*r. BUTTERICtC PATTERNS' of Favored Styles This undoubtedly is the most intarpflting ntyle fteanon in yearn. Ffrit, beeaiiso of tho fceauty ar??l prwc of draperies, both in costume and miits. Kecond, because of the extraordinary variety of ef/erta, all being eorreet examples of the main foahltm Ideas. T^a Medici Oollir and Ruffles, the vest or waist eoats, tho tunics, the trimmings the saslics, tin- uplifted draperies in skirts, and a hundred other characteristic features make fall "'1 style? man charming than ever. ^ FashionsTrend Specially FavorsTheseSilks M^nn, (Iwrmrira* and MmaIIdm, Halln (.'rtpM, Crop* Meteors, Crepe tie Chins, and the hesivtsr (iMtoa r>?pn 811k l'tali! far trimming combination* knd Haih^ Moire* fur *epar?i? r<r*its for Asy ta4 ?t?nini wear, and for tun lees...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

mm view ROANOKE FAIR Just now a brief lummirv of the Qrest Roanoke Talr. September 21. ?4, St and t* reveals an exposition Hpwrlof to those in tffe pa at while ?soretary Louis Scholt of the fair hat marly on* month In which to complate his pUni tor s more wonderful Copies of the premium list give first evidence or It being worth while to oxhlhtt st the Fair In every departmeat ths awards are large and added ?lassos will attract new exhibitors Purges and cups await the aucceasfui pot?It?*ymen and corngrowers while the domestic, art and Industrial classes are flllsd with tempting Inducements to bakers, weavers and manufacturers Tha races are prorlded with new evaata ana the riding and driving exhibitions extended so as to Include 1 .Shetland pony classes. Capable Judge* have been selected tor all departments In the domestic department three ladles will judge None of them will have exhibits at ths show, and the choice of the Fair .Association will not be made known tin til ths moment o...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

Times Will Always be Bad For, the Person Who Does Not Save r 'tomorrow will ha no batter than today; and n?t year will b? a food deal worse. Men in their ri^lit minds rarely invite disaster, but be La ?urely doing so, who deliberately allows bad conditions to continue. It only takes a little "I Will' power to oorrect thara. We value evory account iu this Iiank whether large or . small. ,? CITY NATIONAL BANK ^ Roaaok*. Va. CAPITA! ! "... UM.MMM St'HPl.l'* AM? I'NniVISKD 1'iioriTa aM6.ooe.eo Itw $25,000 Oymn??iuni Tbii eopunodiau* building A >*4ampi? of <ha complete. J9 the E!on College Jpo.ooo plant Every VW *Odern eon??v- JMLAf ?tnck Market. |N?* York. Vug :i, - Although tradlight nt opening. mtonil K?m? J-re mail* by leading stuck*, lit, I'aul I vane In* one aii'l \ iju.iitrr "n nr?t ulioii Rirki !?S -Xrw *urW S?tKk WH UWia bat roppet n Ag*i I jtrl "Of?f i Otii i Gait, rn i Cat aud ? 1r I Cotton nil ) It* ttcm't I UuwO. I Locomollre ,1 glnell A- Kef b&...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 25 August 1913

?P^; ?? <'?; .. vote - ? being counted in the Great Dunlap I I Pony Contest. I The award will be made at the earliest moment. i??,-, r r Continue to trade with our Chain of Cash Stores and save money. "X I I If Tk*r*V'Aar(klaS Htw. Plllf fka Ru, W? Hit* It. One of Our Pets "Vtrlrty la the epice of Hkr" It's old but It's logic. H yon d k??p coming In oar Men and find th? tun old thlnga day br day. you'd quit coming, wouldn't ytya? ONE of our NEW TltlNOS that we're ptrtlo^arlr proud of la a UOBT WEIGHT SOFT HAT. Juat the (hlsl for the man that la tired of * ?THAW and not quite ready for a DERBY. Won't you aee our ?howing? W. R. HancockCo. i Om. W. Pitm c*. Kutta* WaaM>c*H>" Oi fl?t It Only at Decker'a. Oandy?Yoall Aa pore mm the moat espenatra; am One aa the hisbeet priced oandlea eold. None pnYar or better?aold only at Beeker"a. and only >0o pound. ? Out-ef-town ordera a epecialty. FAL1X)N. y lor tat. Jafferaon atreet. Roan ok p. FOR PROMPT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

THE WEATHER. Mr tonight, wwwr atrial portion: W?4nea4*jr Mr. ROANOKE, VA-, TUESDAY ATTERNOON, AUGUST 26, 1913, PRICE-TWO CENTS. ANOTHER DAY FOR HUERTA GRANTED Wilson Censonfs Te Otfer Message Until Tomorrow Eleventh Hour Developments Indicate That Mexican Government Will Withdraw or Modify Its Rejection of the American Proposals ? Official Announcement of Plan as Laid Before Huerta By - John Lind ? Supplementary Suggestions to Mexican President Are Not Blade Public. WILSON'S ADDRESS IS KIND IN TONE Washington, August ?6.?Eleventh hour developments in the Mexican situation today postponed the delivery of President Wilson's special message to cdkigreas until Wednesday and indicated that the Huerta government, after all, might withdraw or modify its rejection of the Ameriqsn proposals. At the request of Mexioan Foreign Minister Gamboa, which was based upon supplementary suggestions by John Lind, advisor to the Americsn embassy at Mexico City, President Wilson consented to postpone his ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

BRUTAL ATTACK ON pOMAN IN MARYLAND Baity Negro A mulls Wife of Parmer at Indian HeadTerrible Straggle Follows. Husband Prevents Accomplishment of Outrage. Baltimore Amertctn: La Plat*. Md.. Aut. 14.?After a manhunt which lasted all night in the neighborhood of Indian Head. Chaxlee county. Md., William ThomasT~n "bdrly n**ro, was arrested at S o'c.ock this afternoon by Constable Poland J. Carpenter, of the Seventh cUction Jisof_^Mervland, or.d was lodged ?afely In the Jail here. He la charged with bavins brutally assaulted 1 Mrs. Bamurf Bee well. wife of a fan-.er near Indian Mead, and also with aaaaultlns Boewell. A posse of Infuriated tanners also searched for the nrgrii, and throughout the night threat* of ? lynching were made. Thomas Is a farmhand and was employed In the Pomonkey neighborr nood. Early last night hs went to the home of Samuel Boswell, It la said and after seeing that the farmer was r.ot at home, entered the house and attempted to aasau.lt Mrs. Boswell. who Is a be...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

- - - - 7 TOILET NEEDS - ATull Line of Toilet end Bath Needs for the Ladies' Toilet Table. W? htva a full 11b# of the Mme. 4u Foun TolUt 8pkIiI(I?i?Cold Creams. PlM Powdtri, Muitia Croama. Hair Tonic, Hair Shampoos, Cutloule preparatlona?>11 of Mm*, du Voiara* tolUt specialties arc (utrutttd to civ* ?ntlr? eatlafactlon. A full Una of Hudnut'a Toilet YVatera. Cold Otima and Powdara, Tooth Brushes, Tooth Powders, and Creams. All toilet preparations at lowvst prlcaa BATH at'PPMKR?Bath 'Soapa. Tow*la. Waah Ka?s. 4711 Perfumed 'r Sea Salt, lie and Sic bottla; Sea Salt in ba^a 10c. t for He; Bath Brushes. Ilo up; Bath Capa, 60c. FOR THE MAN?Shavlnr Supplies ShavInK Brushes. Craama, Soaps, Jyotlona; Safety Kasora. SSc up; R*aor Strops, :'&c up: Talcum Powdery 10c up; Hair Bruges and Cumba, all prices. GOING ON VACATION??I-et u* supply all your tie. <1s. Special Una Una t.lvara, put up In boxes of 15. $1 00 and ?1 24 a box, PI pea. and your favorite -In Cls...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

? Tk? ?SUml J6SB> News NOTICE TO Nt1l*ritllirR* >akarrlrtl*u tn Tk? W?rl4-Xf"? M??( kt ya|4 la Mtikvi and xthafHK*w <kMl< witrl tkr riplratlc* *?im M tk? Ickrla of tfcrlr M**r, aend r**rnaU la proaiidr. t>llifrnl?? Ikr ??*?? Will W ?lopiml ?kf? Ikr flair la mi. 411 Mlnrri|illiia? arr mtiilrrd t? k* paM !? i4t*mw, sad tbla rale mill W atrMIr ratonrd. n iKiK WTLL1AMH. A well-known Roanoker. talking, ? bout Judge Samuel W. William*. T>>Id the writer that he h??l known thej judge a number of veara and vui familiar with hl? entire career an l?*-] yer. Jurist. and State official. '"Judge Williams." he Mid. "ii" an earnest' Democrat. Hla devotion and fidelity) to hla party are charartertetlc of all that he undertakes or do**. 8oon after entering upon the practice of law In Taxewell. beinc unable t<> prvide hlmaelf with mean? of convey-, aoce. he walked from hia home to the i courthouse. twent...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

| Bomb Great Big ^ Bargains in slightly used PIANOS Fully guaranteed. Very easy terms. No notes to sign. Roanoke Music Co. c. T. JKNKINoa. M(T, 117 W. Campbell Aver ftaiMfin-Wriiglfc ff'*- John Marshall Scrurws. w.*"nounc* ,h?i W lUnJo, "VAnr"n Ju',n- 10 "r n \v v. .L of Mata ImJ , .1 .crr,m?n!' h* P'r. ? the hfimn ? t?iC K^i,hl" "''"noon "f thi. hrUJq's otl U^UUni" J?hn HC?M M#r * # ? <jrv?|Thr!r?<1>0?rT. 1Po"ln ?'"? ??* H*r. hii?. 1 llm"r"' wh" has b?-? ?n 5". J'* "r" ,h'* ?' *iiv?a in Lynchburg. ? ? ? ltr?Uter.<t at lUrklHgr. *"?*?'? ?t U.?-kl?d*e in ll?aon"V?t U Mr J?. Cj' *on- ?n<l Hr* W I Iwr w .i M,nnl? AJdehrook Mrs lof V?VAX *,u1 M,m l""?" Turn" ul ,Norfo111. Art r??l?t*re<1 at Hockf? iniu ? ? ? lr??r.. V ,M?.nco<'h; of Baltimore. Is s w c- N KUh"- "? ? ? ? It k5 mr* ?? B.n L Z Kl, " ' on?"l I>y *?? A.??Ub?. Ill ttt* party tru ***? Mm* *?' Kmiwllrr, ..f M-?r(caret Montgomery ..f &amp...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

APPALACHIAN. | MorrWown, 4; Bristol. 1. I Ths TlffH took th? first came of jtlM MftN prom tlM Goobers her* tojtfay, ? to V> Tbo |*me was lost by jtlM llMh OS Each scored In drat ?a a triple Ut a alivcle. Qlnn Ml ??? for thraa wcki (or the visitors '??A Mint on Mattis*s single to right. ?* tripled to the middle garden and crossed the rubber on Busch's ainali- to right. Thla ended the run tatting for the locals. The Tigers acored una in In the fifth and their last tally in the elRhth. In tBs fifth Keller muffed Preaaly's long drive to left, and scored on Alnttts's single to left. In the elitht Mattln was aats on Laughlln's error, after two ware down, and acored on Ooalbj-'s single to left, after belnjr advanced to third on Summer's ainale to rlnht. Thmjrs: ^ PBTKIISRI'RO AR R IT O A Kl Y.?'lp*ae?, cf. 4 o o o i o < sgpi>r. If. ....r...4 l i i o 2 tPIW ? 0 0 1 ; 0! Buach. rf 3 A 1 1 0 ?I ''vXfcrtMtt. aa. 0 1 I ; 1! Rrsnnsgan, c 3 0 a 5 I 0' fiawav, 3b. ...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

Times Will Always be Bad ?J7or the Person Who Does Not Save i.j Tomorrow will he no better than today; and next jrearWttH be a good deal wonie. Men in their right minds rarely invite disaster, but he la eurely doing so, who deliberately allows bad conditions to con* ' iinue. It only take? a little "I Will' power to oorrect them. We value every account in this Iiank whether large or ?mall. CITY NATIONAL BANK RoMtofca. Va. CAPITAL. ?24t?.M>o<w> ?1'urt.ri a?n t'MDivtnttD rHonxs sn3.oau.oo MARKETS *to?-k Mnrk??t. New York. Auk 3<t.?The felllntc of Keel and S'e*' Haven stock wcr? feature* of the opening stock market lolay. rhinitfi >t?cwh(<rp were Irrfguar. An especial heaviness developed ???^ew Haven which sold to a new Mr racord. Or encouraging nr?i !r?m Mexico, price* roit but later respaed Shortly before noon ictlrra fcrenicthened the whol* lint. L'Kwiiiai yuui?ttitn??Nfw tiirk M.cx-k Kirkan?t. WS !is ASial Topper km A...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 August 1913

We Hope to Announce ? the Pony Vote T omorrow . ? Work of counting ballots will be completed either this evening or tomorrow morning. Save Money on your Grocery bills by becoming a patron of one of our chain of Gash Stores It There's iijrtkiw R?fii Plltr Ik* In, W? H?t? It. One of Our Pets "Variety la the spice of tike." It's old but It's lortc. If you'd keep coming In our store and find the same old things day by day. you'd quit comlna. wouldn't you? ONE of our NEW THINGS that we're particularly proud of Is a LIGHT WEIGHT SOFT HAT. Just the thins for the man that Is tired of a STRAW and not quite ready for a DERBY. Won't you see our showlac? m ' ? ? W.R.HancockCo. IWHttM to Gss. W. PiyM C?. "Marti* Washington" Candy?You'll (Jet It Only at Bntrr'n. Aa pure aa the moat expensive; as flna as the highest priced oandles sold. Nona purer or better?sold only at Becker's, and only SOc pound. * Out-of-town orders a specialty. FAI.LON. Florist. JefTrrsoo street. Roanoke. s FOH PROMPT SERVICE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 August 1913

vol. 48?No. 49. ?VCNINO WORLD, F*u4H 1WW. ?VBN1NQ NEWS. Tmmm4*4 ItM, ROANOKE, VA^ WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 27, 1913. PRICE?two cents. '?? the weather * .? ? I .<%: FAIR TOKTOIfT AND THTJMDAT. No Drastic Action Towards Mexico is To Be Considered Cxcept In Case American Citiiens, Unable to Leave the Country, Are Subjected to Insult or In jury?No Arms and No Partisanship for Either Huerta or the Revolution? ists. FRIENDSHIP YET BETWEEN NATIONS Washington. August 27.?Provident Wilson appeared in person before congress of the I'nited State* today and laid bare to the world detail* of this nation * effort* to brinp about peace in Mexico and facta concerning Mex?w*;s rejection of proposal* made by th?United States through John Lind, and the policy to be. pursued by this government in view of President Huerta'* rejection of stipulations proffered by the United States. President Wilson announced the position of thi* fcoveminent as follows.AMERICAS POSITION No armed intervention...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 August 1913

MIT GIVES BIG Et? Vteanion, V*., Aug. 17.-?special.? * The State Firemen s Convention met this moraine In Beverley Theatre with * YL :P. Harlow, of Staunton, presi lent ^ of the State organization, presiding. ' ? An)oiig the speakers were: Hon. I- . ' K. Looksbill. of RoanoKi . He was presented by President Harlow, who f referred to Mr. Lookablll as "A mart* from whose Hps eloquence flows? like a crystal fluid from <i ppark:itig J' spring." Mr. Lookablll ma'le a grare- . ' ful speech, responding to the addr- ** ? ' by Mayor Wayt. of Staunton. Mr. Lookbblll wu named a memf .bar of the committee on officers' re- ;' porta. ' 1 ' The meetln gadjourned at 12:30 f ' p. m. j?' '' Staunton, Va., Aug. 2'?Staunton I* t In gal* attire today, banners wave ?. ? ' over the main thoroughfares an.: Zl buildings ere dressed with flags and bunting. The streets are filled with strangers who have come to partlolpats In the twenty Seventh Annual \ Convention and Tournament of the . i.. Virgin...

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