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Page PAGE FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 September 1913

??*?????? Clf tomorrow comet wo are fortunate because of what we did yesterday. C Saving money may be sacrifice today, but is always a pleasure tomorrow. ? We invite you to depoiite $1.00, or more with this Bank and see it grow. CITY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL . Ml MM.? URPLII AMD rNDIVTDCO PHOflW MMIMI KM A P V PTCl ?V1 i\ KIV L 1 o; lltrk Market. New York. Sept 29.?Except for ! Reading and Union Pacific th* drift of Mtlv* stocks today was downward. Trading was tpactlv*. Chang** were smkll. . Closing Quotation*?-Nr** Tork 8.<?<*k Ad*I Oobp*t . W iSSSfc. gg Am cag "H An ca* pM ... 94 Am Car sad Mr Ad ( ottos Oil Am UsOsoar*Ab L!^?4 ? AM Locomotive NS Am Mnelt A Iter. Au8 A K: sfj... }? Am ?8 Am MpH Abscond* M Co Atchteoa Aleki**? r>?. AtlaatkCUu* **? ?*l.?AOhlo. . 2 - MUMM Mhi "S Brooklyn R. T CuTn* ten. Uaiaw C A u P 3?H w- sS mi| < OU (ill ?? Ccru product* WH I' AM '?! v.Am> '? DHt Mcurittos.1 '*? gilt I?i*. Jupfa. ... J]. ; ktir.M...

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Page PAGE SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 September 1913

One on thi A young married man was asked by a^ friend whether his wife thought as much of him now as she did of her ^log. His reply was, "The dog isn't in it. T will eat my wife's biscuits, but the dog won't." Our suggetion: If you can't bake good biscuits, why not give Mrs. Rorer a chance to teach yoit tills coming week at the First Baptist <*huroh, where this famous cook will hold forth. I If ntM% llftklaf Rt?, P?dsr <ka IH, W. RtM It. Gloves, Hats, Neckties . Oar Showing: is mightly attractive, most people say its the best showing in town. Cross Gloves, Dnnlap and Knapp Felt Hats, Keiser Neckwear and a Tailoring Department that's making clothes for well dressed men. W.R. Hancock Co. timmwf Of. W. Ny?Ci. ? NOTICE. All parties inde'-ted to the Roanoke Furniture Cflmptny. either on open account*. leases, or by note, will please , rail at the office of th?> company nnd srttle at once. All accounts, leases, and so forth, not paid <r|ll be so...

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

?W Ttrftata: Una?tt|?? vrtth ikr? ?rs tonl?bt or Wdwiifty. VOL. 58?No. 78. ROANOKE, VA, TUESDAY AJTKRNOON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1913. COMPLETES HIS TENTH YEAR AS PRESIDENT OF N. & W. ?. Johnson Head of Company For a Decade Will Be Guestof Honor at P Function at Hotel Roa- " y noke This Evening, Qiven Byt His Bon, E. B. Johnton ? Many Notable Achievements In a Busy Career. ; "7; ACTIVE IN BEHALF . OF CIVIO INT9BS8T8 Tomorrow. Wednesday, October 1st, will be the tenth anniversary of the election of Mr. Lucius K. Johnson to the presidency of the Norfolk and Western Railway Company. This event will be marked with a dinner at the Hotel Roanoke thia caning, given inliis honor by hia son, Mr. E. R. Johnson. Oueeta to the number of fifty will be present. Mr. Johnaon was elected to the ?presidency of the Norfolk and Western on October 1, 1903, being elevated to that position from ; the office of vice-president and 'general manner. His career is one of practical railroading and dstes bac...

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

a#.?A practical mm result of th? be given ilmoft M _ j h*n, now shout to paaa oont$ signed by Preeidrnt Wilson, quantities of foreign merchant already Imported. will ha thrown ?a the markets la New York nnd At Other large cen'era of the country. For the pj? nro months Importers hsva been' stbrlfca iroods In Vind#^ warehouses evcrjrs'here aro paoked to SUjr be admitted under lower rat as provided in tna new law. Bonded vinhauMs everywhere ara packe4 to oapacUy. CMtoan in h.>n?l in New York alone at the,end of last month ?ggrelated mfere than a>xty-eeven million dollars. i^t<l ifpce that time the total" has Increase.! largely. Mllllssslm tor Jury. i Xew Vara-. flfpt;' 2? "-Considerable 1 Unpor lance la atU?4fead by the aothoii. tt?s to tha Inquest Into the death of Anna Amiiuiltr tin TtMa> ??it. ?aief- | ur because Iflii expected that .-.nins. t for Hans Schmidt, the priest who has ' OOnfes?ed to. laundering (he pi: I. ?ill question the eeta...

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

Special Sale This Week ?*,. TIURHAM t- lUPiedl' . ;?a1E RAZOR f ? ? 'A Durham Duplex Razor, complete with one Blade, and a Stick ? of Williams Shaving Soap for Only 35 Cents__ If jtm im4 ? i?ad ru*r now to your rhanc* Oft on# Mqr whIU wo it? dvti| tho Bomp KHE8. Boo Window. McGEE'S PHARMACY 1 ' * |*1 OAMPBKLL AVKNI E, B. W. WKDDIMO MV?UKTf, i Wtaf** Xoim, B*??t mi, tr tity I ft ValUT. TASAjOK. Flerlet. Koanoka. _ . 1 Log Cabin Maple Syrup W? have Juat racelved a full Cad complete ablpment of Log Cabin Mapla Syrup. It coma* in cana ?hap*d nkea 1e? cabin and la tha beet to b? had for hot buckwheat cakaa. Tmr making food buckwhaat cakaa uaa Self-Raising Buckwheat " Fresh Meats Vegetables wot for mmoin im. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. Fruits' Concord Orapra, Delaware Orapra. Large Juicy Ubmmm, Chok* Bona?a. Florida Oraorm, S^preatonc PcadtM? Mellow Ratine Applea, Far maktnc tha beet cake uaa KA-KO. We have It pat up In packaeee. Phonr Ua Tour Want*. Price & Chick Sellers of Bnrrth...

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

MOT*CM TO IVWCmilERI ilplleaa te TW WcrU-Xrwi MM* h? pall la alraMtl sag nkwrlk. <k?*l4 watch Ik* riylritlH Uln N (k* laktlt mi IkHr Mil NMWtb la vnapllr. OtkrrwlM fkr >ay? r wttt to wkr.i the Mar la ami. All nk?rHMl*a? are rnilrr< te W hM la Mtim*, aal tkla rale will to MrMIr *MkrM4 fc\ U K JOHNSON. Tomorrow marks the tenth anniversary of Mr. L. B. Johnson's service as president of the Norfolk & Western In another part of The World-New* of today a Attah. of_Mr Johnson and an account of hit work In EiSonaectlon with the great property k;' whose destiny he direct* During the ^ years that editortal and reportorlal atalTit of Roanoko newspapers havs known Mr. Johnson, they havs had numerous occasion* to study his chnracter. to not# the UMN^If ht* lthnr, and to record his activities as a cltlaen. The conclusions drawn by them are a tribute which any man might value. They havs found Mr. Johnaon averse to notoriety, but ready to KTant the favor...

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

Don't You . Know . * Oar priees are the lowest, and term* the easiest, with "No Notes to 8i?ga." Let tut explain how easy it is to own a nice PIANO Rotnoko Mule Co. o. t. jmnmist, sgr, 117 W. Campbell Ave. AN AITA1R OP STATE* A -harming MIM. Ale. modo Approaehtd a duoky D?l. A Mm of brush beslda the rood Ore.-turned her, and she fell. ' Ah. what a Ax I Minn." she crlog. ?iTtia AS>a. filled wUh shrieks). "Ind. d??d lm hurt. 1 Kan. not rlae, "Now m be 111. for weeks'" ? Tann. paces from tha falling mid, Thare walked a young Md "Stay whir# you K I'll flv* you aid," Ha railed, "Just count on Me." "O. aend for Pa." sha moaned, but ha Plckod up th? falntloi Mlaa. Kb.- played her Conn. Kama skillfully. They're married now. 1 Wla. la IUmI aC Mr. J?k*Ma. Mr. L K. Johnson will ba. given a dinner tonight nt 7 jo o'clock at Hotel Kuanuke on hla tenth anritveraary mb prealdent of the Norfolk * Weetern railway, by hla aon, Mr. B. U-+ Johneon.' of tbls city. Covers will be laid for Ally...

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

-1 V. V. O. Com i tsMlon Kotn. who l?v? today for the In Richmond of the VlrMvlston V. D. C.. will be Interla the following notes. takes til* Richmond Tiraes-Dlspatch r tmiitiy ?OR INFORMATION OF DELEUATEi. The bureau of Information for deleUM attending the United Daughters f the Confederacy convention thla ?eak will be In charge of Mrs. Sidney Dudley, aatlwed by Miss >ykln, Miss Ethel W. Atkinson. Royal 1 Turpi. Mlaa Ellen Mlaa Maria Moaeley, Ml a* on l<ec Courtney. Mra. Janus it. ?WlUlAffl M. Wadr. Mra W. H. Constable. .\lri< Christian Clarke. Mra J. P. t'ourqurean. Miw Etta Oodaey. Miss Nannie Mtllrr, Misses Resale and Leila 1111!. .Miss Anal* Jacobs, Mra William Marshall, Mra W. W. Huntley. Mrs. J. U. Oilman and Mra O. W. T. Kern. LEE CHAPTER RECEPTION. Another charming event planned for th*. entertainment. of. the delegate* to the State convention, United Daughtara of the Confederacy thla week, la tha reception to be given at the Confederal ? Ho...

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

ANOKA BASE BALL AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yrutr<U)'i ReMUU. S*?w York. J-*; Boaton. l-l (Mtond feme I innlnga darknaaa). Waah'.nrton, X; Philadelphia. 0. Hiiw the Ctwba Stand. ? . Won. Ix?at. P-:i:*laiphia 9S W wgfSington ..8? ?J CUvaland 13 4H BAftbO 7# ' M ?|i!fafn 7T It Detroit M ss N'tw Y6fk SS 91 ?t. 1. O.I If 5 ti 94 ? ? Whwr They Play Today. Philadelphia at Waahlngton- , Boston at Saw York. AMEHIOAN LEAGUE. H iflilneinn-Phllndflplila. i TVaaljlnffnn, , Sart. 29 ?Walter Johrson added tha thirty-alxth v4?? tf-ry to hla a??aon'a cmt bar* today by d*?entlrg tha Athletlca, 1 to 0. Jcfcntoh *lmpl? toyed with the Phllade'pMfc youngatera. "'?day waa "MeBrlde Day." having bitn ?M aatd? In honor of George McPr!d?. W^aljintton'B captain and ahort Mi p. He waa presented with a handg*ire diamond watch fori and a huge \ ffcaket of flower* by ''fans" of Waah- i Lnjf'ter. Viee-Preajdent Marahall m?4c rh* preesntstlon apaech. Tha "Mora by Innlnga: RHE Philadelphia- t . .. 000 00(1 000?0 6 5...

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

Children Cry for Fletcher's Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature of Chaa. H. Fletcher, and has beeh made nnder his personal supervision for over ao Tears. Allow no one to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitation* and ** Jnst-as good " are but experiments, and endanger the health of Children?Experience ayalnrt Experiment. ?hat is CASTORIAB ?rnh-<titTitr for Cnator Oil, l'arw and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither ypma. jforphlne nor other Narcotic substance. It de> ?troys Worms and allaya FererlithncM, For more than thirty years It hss been in constant use for the .relief of Constipation,Flatulency, Wind Colic,all Teething Tros* bles and Dlarrhora. It regulatea the Stomach and Bowrln, ?salmiIsles the. Food, giving healthy and natural aleep* The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. Tka Kind You Have Always Bought SOCIAL PRECEDENCE WHITEHWSE ISSUE Wuhlaites Sept. it.?Mtu Nona VaAdoo, dtnghUr of the 8?r*tiry of the Tr*uarr u4> )ll...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 September 1913

Clf tomorrow oomes we are fortunate because of what we did yesterday. C Saving money may be sacrifice today, but is always a pleasure tomorrow. C We invite you to deposits $1.00, or more with this Bank and see it grow. CITY NATIONAL BANK iw?Nh* n. SMoSn AKO* b']roivii>?D V?iiJlW".V""".'.'' .".V.V.V."%ytSi MARKETS ??? j ? , ? .? Moek Market. N*w York. Sept. 10.?Union P?cl#o And Steel *?r? sold heavily today at the opening. but otherwlae rarly trading ttrwUd mo definite trend Fluctuat. lag of active atocka unuaually narrow. Cknlaf Qeomueee?New York Stock unm*gw. ... loo X ? Y AMI M. S h:i % vroKiw.... ? N. * w IMH North Aiasrtctii 7f N V ... IIIH PaetleMau. ... H ?cr*"ck.,:: ? Atost copper. , S3F At an p? ?r end tit Aiiak pM.. SmBr.Wv {&!??*?; 1fe< 5!2!K ?.: ?Sft t blcsgo/i W t il l ?. P t.A K. Wjui, coi. r. a i P**ijn 8. Ik..w Jf? Irlf, lit pto xx *m.*i pm ,* U.n Ktacuta... }** Ur*et Not .pftl **7 (ilrU.W. U.C. '?'1 ll.iaoi?can.... lnter-M*? HJt krss...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 September 1913

Rorer, in Her Lecture Monday Afternoon, Said: "I have never known this coffee to sell for lets than thirty-live cents a pound. How do you manage, Mr. Renner, to charge only thirty centa for it?" There- is only one answer. The Kennor stores air exponents of the square deal," and believe in sharing profits with their customers. This is why they can sell Mrs. RorerV own blend of coffee at 30 cents the pound. Get a package - at an yof our *<sw;'4 stores. J . . . Gloves, Hats, Neckties Oar Showing: is mightly attractive, most-people say its the best showing in town. Cross Gloves, Dun lap and Knapp Felt Hats, 'Keiser Neckwear and a Tailoring Department that *s making clothes for well dressed men. W.R. Hancock Co. HQm. W. tayMC*. ?== ???MM"" " ' I If tt'? "Martha Washington" Candy It Will Pteaae. Anybody?at B?krr i>. The purity of }fartha Washington Candy la abaolute? hence Ita (treat popularity imoni all candy lover*. Get some and aee bow defi~cft>ua It la...

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

THE WEATHER. - FAIR TONIOMT AND-.TUURS-day. . r ROANOKE, Viu, WEDNEQPy AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 1, 1913. PR!(TR?TWO PlftNTfl ii rat me MEN OF EXPERIENCE WILL BE J CHARGE Four Able Speakers to Present Different Phases of Missionary Endeavor and - Suggest the Most Approved Methods of Work. BRIEF OUTLINE OF SPEAKERS' CAREERS ??r? The convention In connection with th?- 4*nlt*d Missionary Camixlgn, the r lit t? hUh will lw? Nwlil tumorrow rvinlng and Friday at Orcenc Mo - four ipfrlallati along the different lines of missionary endeavor. whoi? knn?t?ill ? ?ti<l ability h?ve placed thrm In IN? forefront of thin jrrt movement. Cltlscna of Itoanoke ere expressing Krntin<-?tlon at the opportunity to hoar these sneakers. to meet them and study under their direction the beat method* of doing a great work. The team of ? teadern la- tindx the direction of tha H?V. n K. Gaines, of Itlchmond. his team m*tes btlng i;<lwln M. I'oteat. f). IV of OremvllU 8 C.: the Rev. Henr...

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

A Militant htTinunagc. ? LoiUlm, Oct. 1 ??A Hvoly scrlmfpflfce t?ft*een pHk-c rtnd ?TT'"t.TiVt sufoccur. M) today ?h>'n Miw Jierrlrt Rohsrw K.-rr and lis*. Flea-' trice Saunciora, im^tair and trea*-l i tarcr of Womo-V* Social i.n.l Political Union, were renrrmird tind<T provision* of "Vnt ni"'.' art" \Vher-| th? prrtlre nrrivod to arr..*t them it l-ptalr headquarters thoir staff ax*ault|d4 the policemen. Four young v ... inen clwk* w?r> arrested for inlerfttrlnr. r - MiHinery Opening. * The Kail Mfllltier? Opening of the O?oritf MurH^n r#? Inc.. liAttr of the ?Ot it fasclnatl;>*;.*\ efi *?een in our citv. The large. btautifnl aiid hand*omelv tKtJipped parlor w?i tnrong-.l all 'lay i ?With visitor* Inspecting <li? hand- | gome Imported ?rf\ dojuKIt mod*iR. | <Tt <se hats are distinctive In stvle. I ?Lrtistlcally d. ?t*ned. and reasonably ?priced. Thlft *e?*on velvet la" surely i taking the lead, iross alone ...

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

Sale This Week lUPLExV -Safe Bazor Dnplox TUaor, complete with of Williams Shaving Soap for Only 35 Cento a (ood ruor now l? your chanc* 0?t on* today whll* tlM Hoap FRER. Window. McGEE'S PHARMACY ? ?? til CAMPBEIX AVKNVE, ?. W. ' Kitten*? Rom, *w??t rtu. or Lily ?f Valler. rilXOM. Flertat, Roanoke. WOT FOE NOTHING, BUT FOE TOUE MONET'S WOETH . DO WE DEBIEE ? TOTJE PATEONAOE. Let Us Prove It to You. TUfWH in. BADTORD STEAM LAUXDBY. < Log Cabin Maple S y rup We have Juat received a full and complete shipment of Lo? ("abtyi Maple Syrup. It com** la cut shaped ilk# a ln? cabin aad l* the beet to b* had for hot buckwheat cakaa ? For maklac *ood buckwheat rakw uao Self-Raising Buckwheat - Fresh Meats ' PVt'i fm, Rolled Ham. Rolocaa Vegetables October Baana, Pr??tnr?. 1/1IM3T, Celery, Cabbage. I led IVppm, 14m lllarkejrcd !>ai, Turnip*. ' Hated. Fruits Cnnrnrd Grape*. I >c la ware Grape*. Iarp> Juicy limn. t'liohv Rananaa, Florida Orange*. IVf*l...

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

OCTOBER "Notable Historic Events*Which Took Place This Month Rutherford Blr.-h?rd Have* horn. 1UL Are of Chicago; 1871. ? tt?Columbus discovered America, Kit. If?Bur|?yi? iurr*nd?rtd at 8arat oga. 1TT7. *??Cornwall Is ? u r rendered, Y?rk?o*B, ir?l. ?*?^g?jdor* Rooaevelt born. ???John A da ma born, 171*. the tke tlase rale will amwtky chriwti \ x avd twk PAIR. Sunday (Teirin* .at hla church in Richmond the R?. Aabury Christian refsrrsd to the proposed sale of intoxicants at the State fair next weak. In cloaing hla sermon. Mr. Christian called on the groat congregation- in attendance to civ* an expression oT opinion. Thoaa oppoaed to the aale of whiskey at the fair and who would decline to patronize the-fair should liquor be handled there, were ? asked io stand up. In response, practically the entire congregation, with- much enthusiasm, arose lo their feet. _apd In a most striking manner, gave evldaaca of thair feelings and convictions. According to the account of ?ha meeting In The ...

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

^ Don't Yon ' Know Our price* are the lowest,. Md term* the eaaieat, with "No Note* to Sins.". Let u* explain haw eaay it ia to own a nice PIANO ftMittka Muie Co. C. T. JK1WINO*. Hp, 117 W. Campbell Ave. ' 'Social News ?( lltUI ar rrrMMl later- *< ?? pkoaed la HI, ar Mat !? "if t?" Kdltae ear* at Ik. ?! the "arid-lew*. WIN H la Haaar af MIm Millard. MtM KJIIH i)#k?)r, of MnUin,. wh In* hoilra* yesterday afternoon of an enctton hrIda.. 0?rtv In honor of Mi.. Katie I>lllni(] ? ? ? % ? "In Catherine i'o?? liaa returned from u vlail to Korcat. Va. ? V* . la?ttatlaa? laaaH. Uirhnt-'ud Tnnr?-Tni?|?iii?T>- ? Mr. anil Mra. Wallace K. Ilrown h&ve taatied invitations for tin* murrlaar of' their dauahter, Marl* liaUna, to l(ob? r,r< Ha ward Mlanlns. formerly of HockVtlU. Mi, hut now of Mlrhraond lhe arddiug will he .elebraleit on the venln* of Wednesday. October ISth. If A "? Centenary Methodist church. ? ? e. ? kjalaMllkaei. A pretty wad...

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

UNUSUAL. fll.N Mra'i Cmvn?tt* OrtrCMU, Guaranteed water- ? proof. All dm. Special for Friday and Saturday Spacial for First Tws Days 7f? Boys' Sweaters, aises 34 to II. Extra for Friday ud Saturday wHtr 31c EXTRA! Mtil's 50e Work Shirts Extra good quality blue 'hambray. Special for Friday and Saturday only FALL STARTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3d. Be Hand to Reap This Harvest of Unusual Price Reductions We always undersell all others This season we will excc past efforts and with this sale WE USHER IN A SEASON of UNPRECEDENTED SAVINGS. We want . i*ess upon you that this is not an ordinary cut price sale that passes like a evelone. We built our business on our motto: ALWAYS THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY. ? Now you have the opportunity t<> prove to your satisfaction that you can get here the same dependable and new merehandise eheaper than an.Vwhere-else. We challenge you to convince yourself. ' $1.00 Worafn'n Show. All leathers. Sixes 2 to 4. Special for Friday and Saturd...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 October 1913

BASEBALL AXXftlOAN LEAOUE. Waahington. ^Philadelphia, 0. Hew Tork. Ho*t.m. 1-3 (aecoad ?um *lght Innlor*. Darkaenai. H?m the Clubs HUnd. Won I.ost. Pet Philadelphia 13 &4 .III Waahlnfftoa 17 *3 .SBO ci?v?und aa as .sit Boaton ........ ?a aa , .>ii Chicago ....71 TS .11? Detroit ..?< aa .lit New York ., aa aa .art st. u>uia ..........?? a? .art Wltw They Piny ToAkf/ Cleveland at Detroit Philadelphia at Washington. ???ton at New Tork. jAmerioan league. New Tork, a?pt SO.?Hoaton turned the tiblM on New Tork' toda^ and duplicated the hofno team's performance of vesterday by^ winning both games of a double header. In th* -second (ame Moeeley held lit home tram to twn aln|ln. Ptr*t tarn*? 'The noor* by Inning*: H H E Boston ioo act 10#?s u l Ngw Tork ^ .000 100 010?2 7 I -Leonard 'and Cady; Ford. Sckulia arid Sweeney. Reynold*. Seoond rime? . ? _ 'The acOfo By Inning*: R H Z Boston : . 06i ooo 10?3 11 0 New Tork ......00* 000 00^-0 3 a Mosejev ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 October 1913

If Tongue is Coated, Stomach Sour, . Breath Feverish, Give "Syrup of Figs" to Clean the Bowels. Tour child Isn't naturally croaa. Irrtteble and peevish. Moth*! Ex taiat ttt tongue; if coated. It Btaaoa tha HttJa ones' atomach 1s disnrdarad, liver Inactive ud Ha thlrtyy faat of bowels clot fed with foul, iagaylng waata. tSrarr taoafctr realises attar giving delicious "?yrup of rig*" that this ti tha idaal laxative and physic for chliJtau. Nothing alaa regulates tha litt]a ona'a tender atomach. liver apd - bdwela ao effactuatly, 'besides rm^r dearly lore Ka delightful fig taste. Tor conatlpated bowels, sluggish Hver. biliousnees. or sour, disordered atomach, faverishness. diarrhoea, aore thnt had breath or to br-<-ak 'm cpld. give one-half to a teaspoonfui of "8yrup of Figs." and In a few IS ours oil tha clogged up waste, sour Mia, undigested food and constipated matter will gently move on and out ?f tha systsm without griping or Mmaa, and you will surely have a well, happy...

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