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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 August 1913

Some Great Big Bargains in slightly used PIANOS Fully guaranteed. Very easy terms. No notes to rign. Roanoke Music Co. C. T. JRNMinas, M*r.. 117 W. Campbell Ave. V Social News lt?M of aofltl Of peraoaal I Ml ru bo phoned to M4, ?( Mat ?? Ik* loflHf Mll?r car* of Ik* tfca Utrli.Ntwt. la Hoaor of Mra. Carter. lira J W Preston ?nt?rt*ln?il charming!) a few friend* at bridge yesterday afternoon complimentary to Mra. Wlllard Carter of t?anvllle. ? * ? Mlaa Mitchell Mold of tleaar. Mlas Rellnda Mitchell haa been appolnted mal<l of honor from tite'rttTth Alatrlct for the Confederal* flat* Reunion at Roanoke September 17-1* l.uaefceoa. Mrs U' T Harbour ??< host*** of i lovely lumhron at th? Shenandoah Hotel tht* afternoon at I o'clock com(illmentarv to Mra Wlllard Carter of Danville Cover* were laid for etjjht K,u*at* and th* dellclou* menu was ?erred In excellent course* Seated at Ik* table were M>sdame* W T Harbour. Wlllard Carter T .1 Rurko. 3 W, tlodices...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 August 1913

MOTOR RACES AT RGIN, ILL, BEGIN TonT Bombs GHve Signal for tho Start?Five Thousand Dollar Prizes Contested For. 111., Aug. 2 9.?Four bomb.*. ~Vff simultaneously, their roar mwklni the staccato pop-pop of high power automobile engines, signalled the atart at 11 a. m. today of the first of two events in the big Elgin race ?mi?the 306-mile dash for the ?5,3U0 trophy hung up by the Chicago Automobile Club. Cheering thousands In the grandstand saw the squadron of low butlt racing cars, the finest products of anertcan and foreign factories, dnsh away from the starting line piloted by the nick of the race drivers of this country. They heard the sput-sput-tering of the engines as the cars disappeared In the dust: heard the crowds In the distance cheer the racers, and when the first turn was made ??nd Intervening trees and hills cut off the view and muffled the noise, ?ettled back in their seats to waft until the racers sped past the stands again to begin the second lap of the long grind. To...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 August 1913

fflBflTERGRIK | ON SECOND PLACE Richmond. ??.. Aac. >1.??peclal? tauok* wour*4 & flnntr hold on Mcond pltM thl* ftfitrioon by d?(ttttai Richmond I to I In a cam* thM w> far a* Hlfhmond ?m coneeraed wre* poorly played. ToUnn k?p1 hi* hits w?ll eoatterK), but pmm got htm In hole* twice, ?jdendld support saving htm. Five errors behind Ortffla w?rt directly r*ipon?lM? for four of Roanoke's fly? run*. Rtchrmnvd's two run f?? b?tt*d Icroai; Dohaoo'i elncl* and stolon base with Strain'* single, scoring ono In tho first, Roger's double and Orlffln s single brlnglnc tho othor over In tho fourth. Errors br Thrt* and T*rsepsh?.n nvo Roanoks ono In tho third, errors st L*t?1 and Davis In the fifth added two more. Roger's wild pec to **oond In the eighth let MatU* aoora Kter hie stnglo end two Infield out* I* only run R emtio fee hutted orer Without help of errors rune tn the hlath. when Olnn singled, took eeoond Ml Prssslj*s out and srored on IrmPBh?r*a hit. : ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 August 1913

THROW AWAY YOUR CALOMEL HERE'S A BETTER LIVER REMEDY ? -?si I Oki What JofisjpMwwWr# Urcr-.Ud Start* Lmmj lAyef* Working In Fine Tri|? tmr EMt OOfMdjmdoo Dtutima and ?W k Hnukdw , m Money Back. Ask Fox and Pmm-1. K a ' f&vf ___________ * Tra dottt tut eaTWAel: y^u dln't? Tt la iruju-anteed to be a purely vegekMd It. It shocks the liver. It'a like table liquid remedy that will forever Bjv taking a heavy club to ret action from end the misery of constipation, sick ft horea when % gentle tap from a headache. duslnees. malaria and other g;.f> win whip would do the work better, common aliments without the dietrew ! Tou aurely do need CARSWEL.L'8 of nausea or griping #?? $ UVClt-AiD because K not only puts Throw ?*v oalon-.el and ret a yenaction into your liver, ? but strength.' eroue bottle of CAKSWELL'S LJYER- . health and vigor Into the whole body AID today It? a grand remedy, harm- - M well. Ieaa and pleasant to take and ehtldren ?-;'1 . It drives out the poison...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 August 1913

Times Will Alwaysbe Bad For the Person Who Does Not Save Tomorrow will be no better than today; and next year will be a good deal worse. t Men in their right minds rarely invite disaster, but he is surely doing so, who deliberately allows baa conditions to continue. It only takes a little "I Will' po*er to norreet them. We value every account in this llauk whether large or small. 4 CITY NATIONAL BANK Rnuoke, Vs. 'CAPITAL. iinri.ii awd rsmviDco pworiTs i?&,om.oo ARRETS Stork Market. York, Aug. 29?Opsnlng tranaCtlons leading atocka were on large "kja but market lacked itron* tone ?I mini active at small advance. iaru:an snufT roaa four polnta. yuiuailorn? >nr York S.ock 7!*. It Copper , i A*ti i IW?t Sugar i Can. ... la Can. pM ncar?n?riy <? I Cotton Oil <1*, lee twur t Ml. Jm Unwed. > Locomotive W, In foielt A Ref [?as A u mi. Ib li(ir Ref ?al A Tel. tobacco Inacoada M Co. i:'? Itehiaon . w, Iteklaon nM W? lUantlc c l..n? 121VJ ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 August 1913

w~*'' ? , We Will Celebrate Day MONDAY by closing all our % stores. If There'* kiTiklic *??, Vm*?w tk* In. w. Have H. THURSDAY AUG. 28 is THF. OPENING DAY or THK CELEBRATED HATS V THK FALL STYLES are exhibited on that day. In every city In the United State*. The DUNLAP ha* an exclusive air that Is conservative and most well DRESHUU MEN like It. FALL 8U1T1NGS. Top COATINGS. FANCY VE8TINOS snd TROUSERING have arrived. lAtok us up. We want to ?how you. W.R.HancockCo. Sumtm to Q*?. W. Poyno C*. 'Martha Wanhloctoa" Candy?You'll Get It Only at Becker'*. As pure u the moat expensive; on line aa the highest priced candle* sold. None purer or better?sold only at Becker's, and only 60c pounds * Out-of-town orders a specialty FAILON. Florist, Jefferson street. Roanoke. Vs. FOK PROMPT SERVICE AX1) ACCURATE RESULTS Let us do your optical work. We nil poug oculists' prescriptions or replace erokoo lenses within sn hour. Com- | Piste optical plant in operation always. We will accurately fit you fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

PIORM-M AID 1m. U do not r*Mlv? you.- papar by f %, pbona tt* bualnaav offtco, and i-popy will k* Nil you tt odc? by ipt- * elil Wo wool you to roc?lv? the World-Na wa ovary day. VOL. 4a?No. 52. ?VKNINO WORLD, PaaaM IIM. REVKNINU NRWR. I MM. ROANOKE, VA., AFTERNOON, AUGUST 30, 1913. 72?Z7Z?r-ZS. SALE OF ROLLING MILL tl WEST END CONFIRMED BY JIFFICERS OF CONPANY BIG PLANT SOON TO BE OPERATED Secretary-Treasurer of Roanoke Refined Iron Corporation, Recently Organised, Says the Plant at Norwich Will Begin Work In Near Future ? Pro- _ ducing About 200 Tons Daily. DEEP INTEREST IN PROJECT FELT HERE Early thin week -announcement was made in The World-News that Pittsburg capitalists had chartered a company to reopen and operate the old rolling mill property in Weat End, this city, a charter having been isaucd by the State corporation commission. A confirmation of this is Found in the Manufacturer's Record of August 28th, in which an authentic statement of the purpose ?f those interested in...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

* Saturday. August 30. Mr. *nd Mm. W. W. Ij?ke. of Vln-j ton. and Mr. J. M. Hlankenshlp. left this evening for a trip to Washington, Baltimore. Philadelphia, ltuffaio. Niagara rail*. New Jersey and Can-] : ada. y Mr. C. W. Bailey and son, Hoy. of * Buchar.n, are In the city on l>usl-| <f- The condition of Mr*. It. S. Xlmmo la a little Improved today. . Mh? Abble Wright who hns been [ til*. Attractive uu?it of Mr?. R. I> i Kouti. ha* returned to her home at "I Chambtlssburg. Mlsa Carrie I*?ne, of I.ynchbnrg. is the guest of Mr*. J. 1-. filler. Mlsa Coflnne Ferguson. of Stewartsvllle, la the guest of her sister, Mr*. Qlen White. Mlsa Haxet Nod and her friend, Ml** Edmonds. who have been visiting Mlsa Noel's mother, left today for Norfolk. . Mr. Wood, of Stewart avenue and ? Twelfth Street". Is at tho l<e-*t?-i".ale J hospital, where ha will undergo ?n , operation for appendic itis. \ ,.Mrs. J. C. OeWltt will leave today for her home in Itedf...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

TOILET WEEDS A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs lor the Ladies' Toilet Table. W? h?v? a full lln? of the Mm*, du Fours Toilet Specialties?Co 14 Creanie, Kw-? Powders, liuui* Cr*^m% Hair Tonic, Hair Shampoos. Cutlcule preparations?all of Mine, du Fours' tollst apeclaltlea ars ?usrsnteed to *lvs entire eat laf act Ion. A full lln* of Hudnut'a Tollst Wsters. Cold Creams snd Powders, Tooth Brushes. Tooth Powder*, and Creams. All tollst preparations at lowest prlcss. HATH St Pn.IKS?Bath Soai?. Towels. Wash Ra?s. 4711 Perfumed Pes Sslt. lie snd Sic bottle; Asa Halt In bass. l?c. 3 for lie; Bath Brushes. Slo up; Bath Caps. 50c. . roll THB MAM?Bhavln* .Supplies: Shaving Brushes, Creams. Ho a pa. Lotions; Safety Rsxcrs. 26c up; Raxor Strop*. Jl? up; Talcum Powders. Itc up; Malr Brushes and Combs, all prices. OMHO ON VACATIONf?Lst us supply sit jrour needs. Special line fine <'lrars. put up In boxes of IS, 11.00 and |1.{( m. box; Pipes, and your favorite In Cigarettes. McGEE's ph...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

Ronoa to ?rv?cninKiia kawtyMam te Tk* Worli-Vwi I It Hi* awl anlMrrlWWtlrk Ik* f>?lntln? <llN M tk* lik?l? ?( (k*li MH't U4 ?fllr. OlkrrnlM Ik* Will !? M?9fH ?k?l Ikr llM ie Ml. All NtMrllttMi tr* r*4?lr?< tn to hM ta lltnN, mm4 this rule will WORLD.XFWB AN1> Mil. FX1 (If.ICRTON. The Danville Register of yesterday | had the following: "Lot ua rtmtmbtr that a man experienced In legislation, ln._a*#outiv? work or In other public office Is not disgraced by r?aaon of the fact that h* la dwrnM by his fellow men well qualified for publlo service and ueefwlneae. Ta thla connection we mar clla a concrete caae. Tha Roanoke World-Now^f which haa bitterly toucht tha selection of a man aa head of oaa of tha Btate'e educational institutions. la eeeklng to queetlon or to hatlttla tha equipment and ntnens of Iho man chosen bacauaa ha 'has coma from, tha Hat nf office-holders.' Tha maa In quaatlon became an officeholder bacauaa of hla auccaaa aa an ! educ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

BELOW COST. SI B?. Mack. PRICE, $1.00. SHOE CO., m* 'ianosl Pianos! fall stock of Pianos Player-Pianos are illy arriving, consistof the following - known instruits: Kr&nich & Bach, Bush 6 Lane, Gable-Nelson, . Becker Bros. Blasius and Blaaius rer Pianos. You should see our , get prices and test instruments before purchase a piano. L?.(UIOMHieiL,lK 808 Henry Street, | Roanoke, 7*. , in slightly used PIANOS Fully guaranteed. Very easy terms. No notes to sign. Ruioki Music Co. ; C. T. JKNXIMQI, Mgr. 117 W. Campbell Ave. o^all* of Ikr %rt dak. year. Is nt the autumn, thf rlsp September reminds ua that lh?w >? to know nur ivork xtiil ?umm?r h?? ilragird lla slow ?lone while only planning could With the opening of schools the art rlub of W. C. B C. to resume th? work of the past and to add' n?w Interests and {enthusiasm. Occasionally one th* privilege to a.-p a bit of his- , ?*?n In Ibe timklnv of a city, la n progressive city, hut canbe strictly up to d...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

w _ I ? $20,000 I Away $50,000 In Free Shows $500 to Charity If the Aeroplane Fails to Fly Newport Newe, Ve.. Aug. 2?.?(Special)?Newport N?wi mtilt It two ?trtlfht over PorUmouth (odajr by hitting Dye bard In tb? first and aixth Innings. Ptuon wsji invincible in the plnchoa, and held the Pirates to three runs. In spite of the eight errors his team mates made behind him. The batting of Terletcn and Geyer featured for Newport News, having a perfect day with three singles, and the latter getting a single, double and a triple in four attempts. Qulnn and Smith also hit the hall hard, these four men gettlnx ten of the IocaI's twelve hits. The score; NKWPORT NEWS. AH K II O A K Gillespie, !l> S 1 I J I 0 Sha.?t>iH, 3b 4 0 I 1 ? 0 Gondotfi. ss 3 I u 0 4 3 Turleton. lb S 2 a s o i4 Geyer, If. 4 2 J 2 1 Smith, of 4 1 2 5 0 o Qulnn. rf 3 0 2 0 0 0 Matthews, c 4 ?? 1 9 1 3 Paxson, p 3 0 0 0 4 1 | ? I Totals: .. ..31 7 13 27 14 8 PORTSMOUTH. All U H OAK Teiinant. If 5 0 0 2...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

Times Will Always he Bad For the Person Who Does Not Save Tomorrow will be no better than today; and next year will be a good deal worse. Men in their right mind* rarely invite diaaater, but he ia Surely doing no, who deliberately allows bad conditions to continue. It only takea a little "I Will' power to correct them/ We value every account in thia bank whether largt/or small. CITY NATIONAL BANK ? v fttMuaokot Va. CAPITAL Sl'RPLL'f AND I'SDIVIDCD PROFITS IM.III.II MARKETS N?w York, Aug. ?Speculation Jailed to maintain today the liriik Mm set vesterday, although the remat kair a were well held. In the bsence of definite new* from Mexico Ind with no striking developments lit thy other quarter, incentive for active pilni *?i ltckln( The approach of I triple holldav tended ?till further g? ourtall dealing*. | Bsare attempted to depress the Hat It Ih* opening. but the market wu Bo itronc for them With Smelting, leel and the coalers In the lead. hltfb?t pncea of the prea- nt movement rsr...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 August 1913

If There's AarfMW *?". I'Mbr tk? Row W? Have It. THURSDAY AUG. 28 18 THE OPENING DAY OF THE CELEBRATED HATS THE FALJ. STYLES are exhibited on that day Jn, every City In the United States. The DUNUAP has an exclusive atr that la conservative and most well DRE8SEI- MEN like it. PALL SUITINGS TOP COATINGS. FANCY VKOTiPfOS and TROUSERING have arrived. Look us up. We want to ?bow you. . W.R.HancockCo. It Bm. W. Payne Co. Wuhlactoa" Candy?You'll Get It Only at Becker's. , As pure as the most expensive; as (loe as the hijrheat priced randies sold. None purer or better?sold only at Backer'*, and onlySOc pound. ? Out-of-town orders a specialty FALLON. Florist. Jefferson street. Roanoke, Va. FOR PROMPT SERVICE AND ACCURATE Rbil'I.TS Lit us do your optical vork. We fill your oculists' prescriptions or replace nrokan lens?a within an hour Complete optical plant In operation al*ay*. We will accurately ftt you for (lUNt. H D. MURRAY. OPT. I>. nnKr.fn jrwki.hy ??n? Don't Be Deceived! Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

.VOL. 48?No. 53. HORRIBLE FATE j OFQUARRYMAN IN NORTHEAST ROANOKE COLORED WORKMAN CRUSHED TO DEATH Rock Weighing Tons Crashes From Overhead Cliff, and, Falling Upon George Harris, Literally Annihilates Him?Pieces of Body Are Gathered Up and Removed In a Bag. - j ACCIDENT CAME SOON AFTER BLAST C?4*ght beneath r huze bowlder weighing more than two tons the body of Harris, a colored quarryman. about eixty-flve years old. was [lltiraMy muhtd into a pulp at I o'clock Saturday evening at the quarry of 1* Vssghan 4k Company, near Casiper'n dbUllcry In the north?t s*c. ] Hon of tli? city. Two other men work - III betid* HarrU escaped. Tha three men war* working under a late* where a blaat had been flrad a ah art Mia prevloua. Without warning tha huge maaa of atone alippad from noar tha top of the cut and crashed to tha floor of tha quarry. Harris' companions managed to Jump aaida in tlma to oooapo Injury and Harris would have saraped had ha not stumbled when he moved to dodge the rock. The ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

US DIVIDED ond, V*.. Aug. !?-?(Special) ond and Roanoko divided the leader here this afternoon, r?d winning tha first pimf, 2 ti pitching battle between Ayer? " " the former hiving the t*??t wti hit Opportunely In th? Willie Perrfman kept his hits ' nicely scattered and received sensational support when dancer threat - I enod, the Tigers getting the long end of a < to 7. decision. In several Innlrgs oi the first game. ^ ? tho first man up for Roanoke reached first, but could not Bet around. th>l only man up for Roanoke being due to a bit batter and singles by Presnlv ami i irmscher In the first inning. 1 The score Z First came? RICHMONI >. ah r ri t> \ fI Newton, w ? 1 2 I 4 ?> _g? 5 Laval. ri 4 o o .? O 0 Dobeon, lb 4 i - ?> ' " J Strain. If. 3 it o 0 ?? " J Eberts. cf. ? 0 I - " u Bresnalian, 3b 4 <? 0 1 ' ?' ? TJavta, 2b 4 | Roger*, c. 3 . Ayers. p ?< 0 13 0 0 Total* ROANOKE AB R II O t? U :? ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

TOILET NEEDS ? ' A Full Line of Toilet and Bath Needs for the Ladies' Toilet Table. W? kftv* a full Un* of th* Mm. flu Four* TolUt Spaclaltlaa?OpII Ombm, fu? Powlart, Itoutf* Crtuni. Hair Tonic, Hair Shampoo*. Cutloul* K*P*rfttlsu?*11 of Mm*. du Fours' tollat apaclaltlaa >r? cuarwtNd to (It* *ntlr* aatlafaotloa. ? full llna or Hudnut'a Tollat Wattr*. Cold Cr??m? and Powdtra, Tooth Bruahaa, Tooth Powdar*. and Croanaa. All tollat praparatlona at low**t prlcaa. ?ATM lUrPLIU?Bath Soap*. Towal*. Waih RafS. 4711. Parfum*d ?a* Salt. Me and lie bottla; 8*a Bait in baca. l*c. I for lie; Bath Bruahaa, l?o ay; Bath Cap*, ito. row THI HAM?Shavln* Buppllaa: Shavlns Bruaha*. Craama, Soap*, Lotion*: Safaty Raiora, Ito up; Raaor Strop*, Ho up; Talcum Powder* 10c up; Hair Bruaho* and Comb*, all prices. QOIRa OM TACATloNf?Let us supply all your need*. Sparlal lis* fin* Clcara, put up ia boias of II, 1^4 and 91.11 a boi; Pip**, and your favorite la Cl*a*attaa McGEE'S PHARMACY V??a? HOT FOR ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

? ? The World News YA. ?ATM. ?* ADVARCKI mm >. stx rnoxKsi jirtif (MTW ?? mmmt fce pal* la i^Tnnt ?N <kraM watfk tW ?a the later la af fWlr *?fn. MHWtli la pruapllj- *' <??? .ud^lf SEPTEMBER XottMe hMorlnil which ith: 1?Capitulation of Srdin. IMO. ??Prnldft MoRlnley shot at Baffalo, ItOI. jt Hani- of Lstke Rrtc, Prrry's itciofT, ISIS. 11?Battle of lake duunptaln. MdK?o?jih> Tiotnrr, 1914. IS?tattle of Cliapaltepec, 1M7. 14?CHy of Mnloo taken bjr U. & troop*, 1MT. 15?William II. Taft born. 1SA7. If. Hatflf of Antfr4am. INI 1M??Battle of Chicknsnaage, IMS. . uaaiifaj Row, 1S70. RALE Or TY COBB. According ~td a dispatch In today'* World-News, Tjrrus Cobb, famous base ball player and member of the Detroit club, haa bean sold to the American League club of New York ?tty. The consideration is 140,000. Clark Orlfltth, of Washington Americans, heating that such a deal was afoot went after Cobb with a wallet stuffed with coin, but he wa...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

<1? *. PIANOS We have the beet on very mtj terms with "No Note* to Sign." Call or write and let as "show" you. Roanoke Music Co. C. T. JMNINOI, Mgr., 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News It*ma of aortal a> ?rr?t?al later?M eaa be phaned ta Mi, ar Hal (? Ik* Kdltor car a a| the Ik* Warltf-Naw*. Mr*. John T Trout haa returned from few York where ahe took a courao ^<ro?al training- ? ? ? MIm Uuri Venable left Saturday Ifht for Norfolk. ? ? ? Rabbi Samuel Fredman went to Phll?Iphla Friday nlirht trf take charge hli pastorale at the large Jewiati loiue In Weat Philadelphia. ? ? ? Mlaa Burford Polndoxter and Mlaa jnder* of Bedford, ara at Mountain la Ifeaor af Garata. Mra. R. K. Coleman entertained a ty of frlenda on Mill Mountain Frlaicht In honor of Mlaa Beatrice Tadine Face Powder (A. Onn CWy) Th? Complexion Beautiful - Soft and Velvety IT IS PURB tf ARMLESS Money Back II Not tut Ira ly Pkaj?d Th? soft, velvety appearance r a - maina until powder is washed ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 September 1913

--- - Exquisite Dress Textiles for Are Really Creations of the Highest Art in Weave and Color * Tkat women who shop during the coming week will have a treat of rare interest in our Silk ami Woolen Dres? Ooeds-departments expresses very mildly and in rather a lame and halting way, the sumptuous exhibit of the new Autumn Dress Fabrics which are having their first showing this week. Silks and Silk Dress Textiles will have great preference during the nearby Fall and Whiter season, and the markets are already much depleted by reason of the heavy buying and limited supply. Silks are very scarce, depend upon this fact?for it is a fact?and do your inspecting and buying early. ? . . The initial hints of Fall silk fashions, as shown in our initial display, are truly fascinating. Not only because of their distinct novelty, but the charm of superb coloring, of most artistic designing and of the hi^h skill of the weaver's art is fully shown. I Crepes?soft, climring, lustrous, are superbly displa...

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