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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 October 1913

e . I, I. II 1* 1 IL.1I I llil tnr tomorrow comes we are fortunate because of wl?t ire did yesterday. v Saving money may be sa&ifioe today, but if al- ? ays a pleasure tomorrow. 1 We invite yon to deposits $1.00, or more with this nk and see it grow. CITY NATIONAL BANK If iriTAL A-. . j " UPtCI AMD CIDnrmn PROFIT? ??? !? Ill 'nil MM? MARKETS dtook Market. Xew York. Oct. 3,?Slightly lower ptti-ea prevailed at the opening m*rket. Freaeure wm Hmvy against Un-J loo Pacific which loll back a point an<t a half. Stool also sold In large amount. Cop pom loat a email part of I hole recent extensive advance j Chains Quotation*?- Sew York S.oclt Aval r?pfr... Am Ami >n Moot *u?tr Am rtn'rilpj.'. Am Car aad Kdjr A Si Cotton Otl.. Am Ireftecttt'a. Am Uaaeed An (.oromtttr* Am>m?ltA U?f AaiAli. pd... a in taper Hef, A? rel* Tel.;. Am robaeoo ... AMMMa >1 Co. Atekissa AI as tape ntt. a tits tie CUiut. i?i o k oai?... Belt" If hem Ht?et hrookir...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 October 1913

If you have not been to the First Baptist church . jP^ $ ' i ' J to hear Mrs. Rorer lecture and taste her splendid coffee, you have miss-' i; - cd something fine ~ I A Gloves, Hats, Neckties Oar Showing: is mightly attractive,: most people say its the best showing in town. Cross Gloves, Dtinlap and Knapp Felt Flats, Keiser Neckwear autf a Tailoring Department that's making clothes for well dressed men. W.R. Hancock Co. Successors to Geo. W. Payn* C?. J Theatre-Goers and Pleasure Seekers! Aft*t_lhc rho? drop In the Qlympln i and have lunch. Wo are pre- I < pared to aerve you at nlKbt Juat a? vrptt afl the?it** Kvprvthinir In 1\i?t ..I tht. .'.f. -lil ...f 111, tun.We are nerving the -"extra ae- ; lect" oyatera frort Norfolk. prepared ' , ,.n great atyle. For that craving ai>oetlte, come to the Olvmpla Cafe You ; ?trill he delighted with our meal* nn>l vuperlor service. We- are located at 110 Campbell avenue. w<*?t.?(Adv.) j Children Cry FOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

THE WEATHER For Vlr*lnU: Pair tonight Mil ?U*? ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 4, 1913. EVERY MEMBER CANVAS WILL BE MABE Permanent Results to Follow Meeting In Interest of United Missionary . Campaign ? Executive Committee Continued' to Direct Work In Local Churches. The convention of the t'nitod Missionary campaign, the sessions of which wore brought to an end last evening. hi? fmult?d not only In an Incrranfd Intfrwt In missionary work but premises an enlarged activity ?motiK the fa em tiers of the different -chitrehes of Roanoke In the day* to oom?. ? ??it the close -of the meeting lust night at Orwene Memorial church, a meeting of the member* of the various committees have had the convention work In charge, was held. The pa?tora of the city met with the committeemen and Profeaxor Ualries remained to confer with them with reference to future work. It *m decided to continue the Present executive committee for the purpose of following up and executing the suggestion* and ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

VETOtMS OF 1WD YEARS ABO IMCMjE OF SERIES Of the Fourteen Athletics Who Went on the Diamond - TwoJXoara. Agot-l^nrteen Are In Harness Now? Twelve of the Giants of 1911 to Be In Action. *" Kttr 'fork. Oct. 4 ?V?l?nni of the memorable struggle between th? (Hants and Athletics for the world's championship in 1911?which ths Athletic* w? n by four iutm to two, will form the backbone of the two when they far# each other In. a world * i?erl??9. on the aft?W?|> af Otlsk.i 7. Dsvore's two-bagger. Mtthrwaon and Hend*f were the opposing (itchrr*. The tocond gwme was played at Philadelphia October It. Marquard took the slab f.?r tha Olants. Plank for the Athletics. Crandall supplanted Marquard in the eighth Inning after John FYa:iklln Baker had lifted ?LAJt "t Maroiiar.l.. rur.-s In . the [ ' Of the fourteen Athletic* who went An the diamond In the world'a iwrien fames of 1#11; ; thirteen are in the I tat . of twenty-five which Connie Mai k.ha * prepared aa eligible for the forthcomi...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

fmrnmrnm?mmmrn?mmmmmmmmmmmm Special Sale This "Week IURHAMJ-IuPLExV ? J$Af fc J^AZOR A DiMrhnni Duplex Razor, comi^to with 0110 Blade, and a Stick of Williams Shaving Soap for Only 35 Cents If jrou n?ed t food rasor now la your chance Oat on* today while wa aro (Ivlni tb? Bvar Kit KB. 8?a Window. McGEE'S PHARMACY tor CAMPBELL,. A VliJtUK. S. W. ???????i? WWW ?WW? KUUrnty Homk I?hI rtii. or T .illy M ValUy. KA.L.LON, rtX>RI?T, , . Rntnokt. V??T- - '? NOT FOE NOTHING, / BUT * FOR YOUR MONET'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. TKMU?HO*K ltl RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. A Store of Plenty This in the store of plenty. Here you will find everything in -the eatable line. Fresh vegetable*! arc ' received daily direet from the farm. We have in connection a freah mcatcountcr and carry all kinds of meat. Three phonea are in service and five delivery wagon* are going in every direction every day. Polite and willing clerks are always ready to wait 011 you and serve y...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

HATKB. III IDTAJHTIi JK&: - h* {Jjllj1 ?*? s?w?W...Ml JJnMr. ?tn* Mflfc im none* to tVMcAIUUlT ?? 11* WtrM-Ntwi MM* k* imM la llTIHTI MWrik- ?** "kwu mtrl (bt riplralUa litii " **? lahats ef f heir nm aed ??? ** pr*w??l7. Oikrrolw Ikr 1 ?? W itoffH wkfi ffc* (>?? J**4, *" eafceertetteae mm rM?lr*d (i *? H?< h a^viMw, aad tkla raw nUI p OLMI OK DACGER. An automoblje driven by Hermann * Oelrlchs, a millionaire student of Colombia tlnlverolty, crashed Into (he sidewalk on Broadway Tuesday. Miss l?ucllle Singleton. from Texas. a pretty girl. who wan In the machine with Oelrlcfca. vu hurt. A detective who happened to be clo?? by and who ( made a prompt Investigation, reported j that It wu an accident, toiler other; detectives, after an Interview with | Miss Singleton. asserted th.it the affair wan much more than an accident. | They reported a -abatement from Miss j Singleton that Oelrlcha had stabbed her. Thereupon the detective who first looked Into the...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

f 8 booa for the Eyes "?MiJlLESKIw"* Mil Don't Yea Know - Our pries ore th? lowoet, Md tenia the <**i<?t, with "No Notes to Bin." " Lot oa explain hiw euy it ie to own ? nioo PIANO Itamk* Music Co. O. T. JKNKinaa. ?gr, 117 W. Campbell At#. - L -? A Mnrrtacr ToiUjclit. i<l. Jnhn'K Kplacopai t'tturrh will be the aoenc tonight. ut nine o'clock, of " large. brllliuiit. fuvlitmiahlu wuddinu ? hm Ml* Jnwphlm* Ki>?hl?r will I inCome Ihi* brjde of Mr. I tarry Powell I'hupiruitt, of Mavunnah. O a. Thin ??vrnt w <>n? of groat lodlill Intoreet on ?it-count of the wldf spread popularity ?>f iho contract Int; ikciIi-k. mid prominent family conmeUoM. Douhtleaa tnii large edifice of the ch?rrh will be tilled with frlen<1? to will) tan ; the crfmiiny. Mr. i*hurlr? V. I*crry, orKanlai of the <htir.li, will give an orjranr recital white the ku?hu am ii <wmMln? Th<? fiill'owlntc ?r?...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

Joy Of Coning Roflieriwod ?MMMthl ?t>: katk i! ? Iirr tb? tnr. fmvi* at a m-d family au<l lobriV Otmctt. MTVV. Ua* . < or (??><].41 It fmm 4lt?<rtly to tb* atralntxl OWOmiiMd ?ntly but wmtrlj rrll?r?a ail MtMl to aotvotw or atralu. Ho. dally oao thrr* will bo nu pain, no no ihniff i>r Ii>.?'rat?"'Q tt. and th? parted will l>r ..n? fort mad Jo.rfol nati. i;.ntj. 11. Wiuxa Murlir-'a KriT.I 1? (UMMrth of Oil It* inuiilri su.l dlapala all th* toebt an.! draft'*, -?f taor, and tfcaa aoabt** thv ?>:n.I . _J?"bK iM gwotrot t?ii! In a I .W? with untrama.?l.-<l i< a m?at_ - ibwl ?o?aod? at - and- !? of to?rlt an it raluiva* t.i wake It to bo rwnaiair.ij-.il jij I:ft on aal* at ?" -Irv rkotUa, or tha dnnptl?r mil] 1!y ~rna tt Ton lo?l?t nv???? i: M th to pr<n?r?n! only bv ,s? nlr Cto.. 1*7 I.imir Itlilif.. At- *. Qa_, wh<> will *?...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

Attractions at The Roandke Playhouses C ACADKMY. Major MoCkln, tka ntiru ortUc of ttw Baltimore AoMhciui. avtd?ntty wmi into aualMiaa ov?r Um (unou* prima daou Uu Abtrlwatll la th* a?w rauslual play 'Tk? iUd Cuuy. which wtll b? seen at the AoaaUmy o< Muait ?? M.mtUy night and could aarwl* ft ml sufficient nup?rlattv?* to describe the richness and beauty of th- costuming. He wrote as follows: "Lilt* Abarb&nell. who appeared in *Th? Kt-d Caitary"?l Kord'a Um night. I* 'U"l tL jttrangsr to Baltimore. Her r ha till aa a singer, dancer and actress It 'reiifsmberad from ?ever*I playa of lh< wmc sort In k^woim past. 8hr la of bittropaon birth, and her foreign trmnln* la noticeable In many waya. A "light >aim gl?e? pinmni > >w bar speech; bat tbla might not be remark* ed ?nf ihfii not other grace*, au?*h aa lt?r ?tag? bearing. the expression with whlwh she gives the dialogue, the ttrm'noea of her uehntc and the eaprlt which ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

CARTER GLASS OR MONTAGUE WILE ?IMPOSE SHANSDN ? ? ?ntwMting Information From Two Sour cm Concerning the Banatonhip, Beaches Richmond. Lt._ Opponents of the Sale of Liquor at the 8tate Fair Lose. 4.?Klthor Carter Glass"? of theJ district, or Congressman Mon- , of the Third district. wHI. be1 _whpwW oppose Senat. r I H Will wan rot tb? seat in the><!? ;< r : <v branch of. congress In 1916. That in the Information at this time In; political circles. though this was not! positively Mated It. the reports which gained currency hereabouts a week ago. The Information' cornea from two ? ?purees - In ' Washington???ne q^achine and one anti-machine. Cop- ; ' gressman Glass Is understood to have token the same ground for the next t kettle that he took when he flrst np. | posed Senator Swai:son?that he will1 do so In case no one else nff?-rs . Congressman Glass was defeated when he first opposed the former governor, but since that time he has developed...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

. 17" Clf tomorrow come* we are fortunate because of wlui we did pesterday. C Saving money may be sacrifice today, but is al*ys a pleasure tomorrow. ClWe invite you to deposits $1.00, or more with this Bank and see it grow. " -' CITY NATIONAL BANK' and' i } ^uivtBBo 'rfcofiN 7.7.77.7.7.7.7.7.7.7.''wiitlii MARKETS New York. IK-L I.- ?iftocka ?how?4 fractional mivunml in moat active lasti?s lb La suraln(. Mnrkut narrow and ?ttlL tlualng Wuolalloiin?.Nt-w York S;oc4i i ?aekaags. /But Copper , JVi ! t.ssoert* flaa. .. W l-eltlSb Valley ? I-"*1 l-AN \. M I.KU Si M 1M<? fcVefc::::: St Nat l<Ua1|. ... tW . >*llooal Ie*al . W N It j'Vi.i J.1 p I US N Y cabual.. ??', MY ?>o< * W.... *' V. A W i'*S >'o'ih Anteriuai ?' S. IMS I'artio Mall..... i* l'et|0?jIvanl* - llJfi l'?brl*'? ?la? ... 1-1 l pco a atT .. >?- i'lltth'irc c<?al . 2'S NvnIw PullroVi P Car' lit n**'Ub( IK ? RstmMic *teel.. *?14 I: (Reel. pfi....

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 4 October 1913

A Good Hot Cup of Coffee Tutes fine these cool mornings. There 1b none better than Mrs. Rorer's. It has the quality of the 35c or 40c kind, but we only ask 30c a pound for it. Get a package of this splendid coffee today at any of our stores. Efoh ?? ?? -- If TheiVa Aaytklag Naw,. Palit <to tea. W? na.e n. 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. SmcmrtloGM. W. PayMC*. Theatre Goers and Pleasure Seekers Ifur lli. ahnir drop In lh? Qlvmpla Cat.- and have lunch W. are" prepared to aerve >ou at ntKht Juat an well aa th? day.. Evtrythlni la Juat HM ubi at thla bate *11 of the' time, i We are bow serving the "extra mm- 1 leit" oyatera from Norfolk, prepared petite, come to the niymptA (^ife Yon will be delighted with our meala and superior service. We are locate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

the weather: Henry Spencer Caught In Chicago Confesses To Long List of Crimes Says He Killed Fourteen -i Tells Story Calmly ?I "Needed Oath to Enjoy Life, and the Quickest Way to Get It Was to Shoot One of These Girls" Killed Two Policemen Twelve Tears Ago?Slew First Wife at West Point, New York?Nine Victims Since September, 1912. POLICE BUT PARTLY BELIEVE RECITAL Chicago, Oei. 6>-Ths police today began investigation of an almost unparalleled confession last night of Henry Spencer that he is murderer of sixteen persons. Possessing evidence to support hisj admission that he killed Mrs. Mildred Allison Rexroat, the dancing instructor, September 25. the authorities are convinced they will in a short time confirm Spencer's Built to many if not all crimes of his career. Following the arrest last night which was made at the home of the woman who notified the polios of his confession, detectives found in Spencer's room a| rafUp suitcase whioh the tango teaoner took With her on t...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

AGED VETERAN IS SH I m IIMIl* KILLED s??vSE&' i m S HfeiJ '? FUR CAP CAUSES FATAL ACCIDENT ? ) ? j James Staton, Eighty-Four Tears Old, Slaii^By Gunners Near Charlottesville. Boy Is Killed By Cousin on" Mountain Near Hagerstown. > .Charlottesville. V*., Oct. 6,-^JaniM R tat on, a Confederate veteran. ag*d 84 yeara. livtnr in the southern part of Lhe county, was accidentally ahot and killed by Q. M: 1 Ml lard while i^juirrel bunttm Saturday. I?Uard and bis broth* r-ln-law, Mr. Al'.en. of Norfolk, nn out squirrel hunUnir on a creek Dear the home of John B. Martin, when they saw at a distance annrthlttflT * Which both wan convinced wa* tfroiud ho?. on the rail fence. IM1flrad at it with his rifle, andj he heard something heavy fall., van at ooco to the-spot, and fouad j had shot Btaton. The object they F?s a fur .cap worn by 8t.ithe ball had entered the ?bead. Kill In* him instantly. Dlliard. almost ovwooom by *r1ef, 'potted the accident to the anthorl Justice of...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

McGEE S PHARMACY SSTTiSEK". . IM CAMPBELL AVENl'E, 8. W. Special Sate This Week A Durham Duplex Razor, compete with one Blade, and a Stick of Williams Shaving Soap for Only 35 Cents If fM HMd ? r<wvj ruor now la your rhanr* 0?t on* today whIU in (1*laa lh? Soap PRICK. Im Window. m or T 4lly ? T?u?r. tavijok. run hist. ItoMok*. V*. WOT FOE NOTHING; BUT rOS TOUR MONET'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Lft Us Pro*? It to You. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. u. , I II -J 1 A Store of Plenty This fa the store of plenty. Here 70a will find ???retiring in the eatable 11m. Freeh regetefclee ere received daily direct from the fhrm. We hews in connection ? freeh meet counter end carry ell kinds of meet Three pbonee ere in service end fire delivery wagons are going in every direction every day. Polite and willing elerka are always ready to wait on yon and aerve yon with nothing bnt the beet. We carry a full and e6mplete line of Heinz varietiee. Seven different brands of floor. National Bi...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

Rffltrc TO imsCSIMtM lakcrrtpllm tm TW W?rM- Imi ?Ml k* f*M la ?<???*?? Mt ? fcarHV?M rtwH mirk Ik* fKlratlM 4?t? M Ik* l*k?ta (I lk*lr mrmtl Hil?nl? la >w>Wy. " utk*r?la? Ik* ?Wi win I* ?!?>??? *k? ?be tlBM la Nt All fUlrt?H?i ir* r***lr?l I* k* p*M te atvimw, h4 t'fcte r??e will (k? itrifllx tafkmC WHO MA1>K KKIl l>Kl NK.' In dlamlrslng chart-* against lt*rman Oelrlchs Saturday Magiatmta K root el aald: -It ?? terrible to contemplate that a rw?<'tabl* person thou Id be mado to duffer lib. thin one at the hand', of another who may for the moment 'be under the influence of in tax leant*. There in IHtle <?r no *at- - u?facilnn in *n a*pre**lon of regret bV4lhe acouaer. mv* that It *pells vindication." Accord Int to Magistrate Kroetel. the girl in thin case Is the only one to felame. Fh?* was tinder the influence ?f Intaslcant*. he asaert*. While In that cendltion rte concluded that g';?s* of a aha...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

CHARLES V. PERRY Organist SI. WS CHURCH. Instructor ot Piano at VIRGINIA COLLEGE. ? ? Instructor of Organ, Piano and Theory. "J;' ? mn\K 1 -r _ _ "N "lfothlng succeeds like , success." Wo are tolling more *,? PIANOS than over ^fore.14 There it a reason." Low <>?>??? K.lMtr, I Will churchl* dlpnlty. lk? marrlapa Saf MM Mann Koahlar and Mr. Marry I'uwall Chapman ?ra? calat'ratad at St. John'n Kpliuopai church. Bn (Ma dtp ?alurday ?v*bU?. tha.cars. p?*r oocurrinic at nlaa o'clock. I Tha avant waa on* of uauauat In* jtar?t, by raaaon of tha popularity of (tb? ?mntraatlnp part las. and tbolr a?R?aal*? acqualntanoar not only In Vlr> ?lata, but In many placaa outalda of ttiatr natira Plate. Beautify the Complexion "7? m to days NsdinoU CREAM I str> AMD RNTKMUKO Br 1HOWANOI Tha churah waa tha aaaaa of rara with tha larva brilliant aa. IMblaM af tha friends af bath fatn(Ittaa, topetbar with tha eiqulalta plaral daooratloes which wara moa...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

Tfqmpkins he Woman*s Shop 207 Henry Street Chic Fall Effects in Mi))inery% Suits* Coats and Gowns. vK?w arrivals during the week include pi\r e*'ellent. charming styles for M and winter wear. Wh?t your heart dvslrvs is h? re. Visitors are always welcome at our ?l>op. Our courteous and competent salesMka will show you the irreat savlmca that '-an bo htnl here, and you ?re under no ohlixaUoae to buy. to our millinery"department w -o showing among other things. the and chic Kusfttan Turban ami the cubist sailors'both in i lush and tgttfcall thenasraat effects in trlmminw Ov hats are original ami authoritative ami have thiit dlstim tlon and ? rt /hisraid a#l*ln VlL#t> .iat I *??-*>. I ^ ' 111 I.. I 11,1 fn hUIami due to correct style, ht?hest grade 'materlaln and faultless wudllp. . . In Our Ready-to-Wear Department be eesn.-funey trimmed.'and strkttv tailored'modai*. withH -t Q site effect sides on sk.rts. tn Terracotta. >faho?sn>....

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

Ml CURE AITHfO IV A HUM MAN Complaint Piled Wit.fi Postmaster Griffin Charging Fraud?Patient Induced . , . _ . > , . conditio a. He Immediately replied. to Go to Woodstock tor -llvln? then*. the dealred information. Demonstration of Which He Oould Find No Trace. (Frid?rlck>buri Journal.) Mr. _ Frederick Stoffrengen flled complaint on Monday with the postal authorities, through Postmaster John M. Oritrtn, against assistants of Dr. Frledmsn. the Urrman specialist. who claims to have discovered a cure for tuberculosis, for .alleged fraudulent u*e of th? malls. - It wll" be . recalled that iom? month* ago Mr-. :8toffregen waa one of twelve" who received treatment from Dr. Friedman at a demonstration In Qeorge Washington hospital. In Washington, before medical expert* and prominent public man. ineluding the Secretary of Stat*. Hon. William Jennings Bryan. On the 24th of September Mr. 8toffregen received * communication from Mr. M. Etener, head of the Friedman Instit...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 October 1913

w>t Street Dresses Original in Design Strikingly new and modish effects are displayed in this week's showing of women's attractive dresses, designed for street or house wear. Fabrics, colors'and designs feature the most correct styles for the autumn season, and shoppers during this week, will be delighted with this special Here are some hints: ' ' _ 8m \ w,' r?: At SI.YOO. A pleasing line'of oharmeu*e Silk Drews** in Mailt. Copenhijcn. n?yy ?mi copper: the*- h?ve the nfwurajwj skirts %t $18.10. A wonderful value In thw? effective ail-aUk cr?>pe de chine modfbi shown in *rt?en. n*vy. black. and the much used tuiipe. At *2.1.00. A very smart model In crepe de chine- skirt, with lace waist and very handsome trimming .the new low'-neck effect; Ir. black md taujx only. ? . ? '? v At *27.50. . An.itntjsuallv handsome model of the pew file irepe; novel Vff?et-ln sktrt: plaid girdle and revers. - *: . *' These Smart Sport Coats Feature the Newest Fall Styles Theae will...

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