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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

THE WEATHER. VOLTURNO CREW TO BOAfS H OFFICERS CALM, MEN IN A PANIC Captain of Uranium Liner, Burned at Sea, Friday, Forces Stokers Below at ? Point of Revolver--Wom-en in Hysterics Weep, . Shriek and Laugh as the Flames Spread ? Decks Become Hot ? Thrilling Stories of Passengers Picked Up By the Carmania-- Some Tore Their Hair; Others Stood Quite Still. CASUALTIES ARE \' INCREASED TO 143 Aboard German Lloyd Steamship, Grosser Kurfuerst. by WireWith s hundred and fire *nrvivors from the Vulturno, thin ve**el is fast approaching New York. The Grouser report* that on arriving she found flame* from the hold of the Volturno leaping eighty feet \nto the air through a hatchway; that she learned fifty or more of the Volturno crew and steerage PMsengers were killed by &n explosion and fire. Three boats lowered from the Volturno were smashed; another with forty passengers aboard capsized while bc--?inar lsniwhp.1, ? ll im.1 Twn other* with sixty to eighty aboard got away, but app...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

ftl Pctobee?mw ' ?* oer?o>?tl|m t apesed this morning with only ? fsw minor sppoal* from police court ' An** to bo heard. Alt w*ri quickly . ' 4ltpo4*d of. knd the oourP**dJourne<i I for th* dtr at 1 o'clock. Th* only esse i tried by ? Jury wu tut of the QomJ?04l?ealtli?>!?*??< IHurenr*?C?w>p*r. j Mbwa, convicted of on assault 011 Mr*. ML Rosenberg sevsrsl montti uo , m4 1m4 |H in polic* court. Judc* 1 Berkeley's dectato* waa upheld In the J uppar court, and tba Vamn will hiv? 10 P*y th* Wf?*--d<?++*e<? trrwrrW n . ?Urn tn costa. Tha appaal of B. It. lies* from a line , I of (24 for disorderly conduct waa called J and tha cm* dismissed bscsuae of th* wH??l*i for tha pro*ecu-j ? only other esse docketed^?*!] chat of ths-(Commonwealth against IV. ' V and *. -e.' Kaster oit~*ppr;il from a j If a* of |80 each In police court for an uNult on Mr*. W. U Kaatar. whan ' tha woman waa aeverely beaten up. I Counaal fo...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

Special Sale This Week '??f. BTTHVi m ^?uyaari UPLEXl A Darharn Duplex Razor, comptolewith one Blade, and a Slick of Willidina Shaving Soap for . Only 35 Cents' ft tm m?4 i good rasor now la your rhanc*. 0?t on* today whlla wt Soap FRISK. Be* Window. - McGEE'S PHARMACY 555TSKK' 101 CAMPBELL AVBMVK. 8. W. Vm ?? ? ?lull? I? I ? M HI ? I ? I ? III!I? ?I IB?III I 111 wkdinwq mvavkt* MUraiy Rosea. Bw??t reas. or I411y f* TWley. FALLON, FLORI8T. I Rotnokt. V*. > FOT-FOE NOTHING. > - BUT 7*0? YOUR MONEY'S "5x1, WORTH r SO WE DESIRE ' YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to You. I TELBPUO.IB in RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. FloydCounty Buckwheat The best on the Jharket. Try It with Log Cabin Maple Syrup For breakfast it la the moat enjoyable meal. Coffee Tablr De Hot*. Karntna. ?? Poetum Owal, ?Our Own Brand. Kara)*. Morhn and Jan, Brat of All, Arbucklea. Tea Onr Own BTnnd. Whin- Hoqm Tra, Tnley'i Tm. Cereals Port Toawtlc*, Tneetrd Coni Flakrff, Grape Nuts, Oat Meal. Purred Rice, ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

fcllwrr at all pa< WOTICE TO *t'B9CBIBBB<? ?? Tk? World-lfarTrs ; W HM la ad*aao?i aad takMrlk. ?tl?U walck Ik* *x?lralloa ialra W tw laWla af tkrlr papr, aad aead ?WfWIb I* ?ra?y?ly. Otkerwiae tkr Mtrr wtll kr atoppr d wkn tkf ttaa* | ?a Nt All wlnil?ll?a? art repaired la *? *?M IB adraar*. aad Ikla rale will y wwllf ea fa reed. HOTXOK TO SUBURBAN 1 j 8UB8CRIBERS Caaaaaaarlaa Oflakrr I. ItIS, tke liMtwr l>aka mt ikr Roaaokr ||Ttaaaa aad tke Warld-Xewa la I k Roaaokr, ("ryatal Aprlac, 'Mt. Ralflck ('?art. >'lr?lala | Ma aad karwtak. will ka la ll.'-Ai B. Waldea, wka will |; I 9+m aad eeltret all a?karH?tlai>. Ij !>BV k* J?aHllr r?rmlf4 k>T railfla ?ta aa ta fraltr Irllirry 1 . ! Br. Waldsa a>tr pkoat t*|?-l. j HMfcioN VK. IM)ERW(H)n. Coninnauii) H. P. Clayton, bow-! lag, U.U agld. to the expressed wish of President Wilson and tol a en graved on the ecroll of fafe, retired from the senatorial race...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

. ? * r -r I WE WIN Bmhw our Hat of PIANOS tho b^st. our prices and terms the e , nf lowest. *lSo Notes to Sign" ? ^ Roanoke Mxsifl Cfc 117 W. OatnpbaD At*. Bristol. V*.. Ooi. If.?Bristol bora. ?c?nd of "PmpIu Tom" praetleoa,after Ma? irrtaud on the cimpui of ftntlt sobool here at night. woto Mayor Wirro*. wko warned the yoannun that a seoond off Mao would land them on the county cbatn -Walt to bo frank, dear, no X can't.' Agn**?Then I'd bottor toll yon tbnt George and 1 aro to bo married next month?Stamford Chaparral. Deafness O&nnot Be Cured by local aapllcatlona, an they cannot reach the diseased portion of tbe ear. There la only one way to euro deafness. and that la by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the macoua Unlit* of the Eustachian Tube. WkM thla lube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, nnd whan It la antirofy cloned. DeafSeas la the reault. and unless the |qammatlon can be taken out and this tube re...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

i; i?i i! a A Full Line of "Stout" Size Suits For womfn of hemic mould, wo display a wide variety of different models In unusually ple&ainjt de*ri*ns: ultra rang* to 4?: prices, from t 10.75 up to fes.tw. Wpmen's Neckwear is Now /" Shown in the Daintiest i i New Effects The New Colored Cotton Wash " Fabrics: Some at Very 4 Reasonable Prices See the New Fall Models in . T1 lbi?n?F ^o-rsetJ -tw-t /MTfrovro rrroprr e~Acro? Charming new styles for fall and winter wear It* the new plaited Ruffs: all the leading shade* wllh ribbon and velvet streamers to match; tlJO? to 9?M each- -1 Th? much wNal "de Med let" Ruffs, tn all different colors; made of shadow lac* platted net. with velvet centers; only 50c each. Chemisette* or Yokes, made of plain and fancy nets and laces; high or tow-neck affects; soma have the smart fancy plaited verts: ran he worn with any kind of dresses or waists; these are excellent values at Mo to each. Fichu* In net and lace; both square and round effects,...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

YOURS FREE If you buy range this week M ?W?t-auMt Aluminum Par* Mil' Kmh. Friwfl.Tt On* two-quart Al??m!num D?r ''Am RicBoii.r. r.. ? r Cm CMr><cart AIm'u l?3 Frle* $1.23 Surely You'll Not Miss It Your Chance?This Week I Will von eolne and let us make you a Present of a set of High Grade. Aluminum Cooking Ware? But above all we want you to see the best rauMt* ever ninrti1. You may not want to buy this week, butACe kuow when you see the range ... you will never be satisfied until you have one in >our kitcbem Everyone who has Been, the range says they have never seen anything like it before?none so beau-1 PreleraWe tiful and made of such good material and workmanship through and through. And whe? the expert demonstrator shows them the inside flues of Patented . Keystone Copper Bearing Aluminum - Fused Metal and explains how this metal is made, and why it will resist rust and corrosion greater than any other metal known everyone will say "This is the ra...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

bdost Women Wfant to Save Money and yet get the best. Well first of all We will never allow our standard of quality to be lowered. We cannot afford to sacrifice the -st&nd&ra 1?n-h so justly hold. , Bui we rein save vou moiicr on merchandise of quality. Materials that hold their shape, trimmings that wear, workamuship that's neatly done. Do not fail to see_mir popular priced suits, tailored models aud others that have the "Fancy Toufhes" that gives-$he dressiness that is required by present day fashions. One can have a widiMthoice of materials, such as Serge, Poplin. Epvngle, Cheviots, Diagonals, Broadcloth and mixed suitings, <\>1ors. Mahogany, Green, Tan. Bfowri, Blue, Raisin.* Prune and Black. Sizes, 14 to 51. Prices, $15.00 to $65.00. - .Coats! \es troats are selling rapidlv and one will soon have, plenty of -nerit fora coat iWcool evenings and "frostv mornings means "Chats'*. Sport Coats, 3-4 coats and 7-8 coats. Materials?Arabian L...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

HI SCHOOL NINSFROMR.M.H. fe-' .. t"he Row>?k? high aohool d?fMt?d Randolph Macon Actiltmjr at foot 'all ywrtfrday ufternoon at Bedford ' "W. tor Um flrat tiftM la mminc "'If* f to 1 The victory cause aa a surprise to the Roanuke boy a, and HM*wetl' deserved. The stars la tho gaiqt wara: For ttaanok*. Ho?> Nstoon. William Neln. Jimmy Mauun, and Tommy .(lad* Hollo made the only touch down for hla team, in tbe'flrat quartar. Roa>oke ncor<d In the aecont^ quarter with a aafety, and Harrk Olbbona ?' ad?? w lourn UOWIk in the third rjuart?r. ? Th* referee wane Mr. Da via. Twelve minute quartern wore played. Follow In* wan the line-up of the two tNtrnn; n. tt. s. Trimmer . C. Helyeatlne L. O. "Slarkey-Ejigleby u.. T. Hpahkler I,. K. Weu h. a. Clbbona. H. R. T. Nelson. W. Knglehy. J. N'eleon, R. I>iv-c Mataoi K. M. A. _ Marka Chadburn Kangaly Jamea Klnaer Flowers R. E. Meredith. M. ?4. B. Ivea U H. B. Hollo R. II. n. Fowle F. B, ' Hindo...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

SFECTf _ OFSOUTH'S CROP H tabard H. Edmonds. editor of th? Manufacturers Record. tele?rraphed tie president of the AnuJctn Rank- ?-*' Association that In considering ?*>e Questioa of tlix: piace of tft<- ti??x i meeting of the association it take* i*?to account eome of the re.isona why <-1* South %hould be selected. Mr. Edmonds, pointed out that the ?outh produces'a crop WhlclT has s mors Important bearing on the financial Interest* of the world than any nj%? i?U|> piodunml in this?^ ??"> ?tUr land. This orop?cotton?anrnally brtags to ths South nearly $1.C00.000.000, and brings to the United ftales la void or In credits from for- ? liailanda from 1600,000,000 to 1600.- > rnr, in rnnslili rahly mm. *.ian the annual gold production of Chs world It Is (his enormous exppr-< t itlon of this great staple which make* roasihle the balance of trade In favor | ef the United States and the mainte-1 tance our financial...

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Page PAGE ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

GIf tomorrow comas we are fortunate because of what we did yesterday. C Saving money may be lacrifioe today, but is always a pleasure tomorrow, 3 C We invite you to deposits $1.00, or more with this Bank and see it grow. CITY NATIONAL BANK . RomoU Tfc CAPITAL WIMHW icrtlvi amd mninntB PHoriTS MARKETS New York. OcC U.?A ?law Mnt wu rrtchtd today tn the protract vil decline ot the atock market. There ?u an Increased supply of Mocks from trader* on both aides ot the market with the chief impetus coming from boar a. The raid with which they began the day s trading' Was the moat successful of any drive of the present movement, and prices were forced' doVvn one to two polnta In tno firet few minute*. Later there cam* ? fractional rally, but the llsti did not hold Its advantage, and the sloee was near tho lowest. The conspicuous point was the entire crippling of the market* buying power, filing of the si>it to separate Central Pacific and Sbuth Pacific, and reports of renewed dt...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 13 October 1913

If There's AirtklK !??w, VMM the *? n?T? It. FALL IS HERE WITH THE NEED OF NEW CLOTHES . We have gathered with infinite care and thought an excellent line of Novelties which declare the Newest Patterns, and Colors in Woolens. ' They are ready for you beholding. Tailored in Our own work rooms by Expert Tailors. Won't you place your order today? WTR. Hancock Co. ImuwtHQw. W. Njm Co. I>a?lap Mat* Haapp-fr'elt Hata World's Champion Baseball Series. Who the champion baseball players of the world are remains to be seen. The (rpkt tlKht tfe now on bctWfsn the Athletic* and the (Hants. Th? omn wtll ba reporte-1 In front of the Roanoke Tiroes office. Right below the Rianok* Tiro*' la the OL.YMPIA CAFE. Here you will find a restaurant that ta the 'champion restaurant. We challenge siiy cafe In this city. If you want the right food at the right price, come to the OC.TMPIA CAFE, at 110 Campbell avenue, west.?tAdv ) < *gee. Kit far a Kiss?"Wklte Hatieei*' Oalr at Bnkrr'*. ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

ROANOKE, VA^ TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 14, 1913. FUST SESSION weu urn ???? ' 7 Principal Address of Morning Delivered By W. 0. L. . Taliaferro, City Attorney of Hampton, on the Commission Form of Government -Tentative Bill Qiv- - a Method of Securing Change in Government, Offered.. ACTING PRESIDENT SARGEANT PRESIDES The initial aeaaion of the annual meeting of the League of Virginia Municipalities, was railed to order in the parlor of Hotel Roanoke thia morning, Mr. Willium H. 8argeaut, Jr., of Norfolk, acting Dissident, presiding. The Rev. James W. Durham, pastor of the First Baptist church of this city, offered the opening invocation b.cseeching the blessing of the Almighty upon this meetJug. asking that in all business And political Activities the Divine mind might be present. ADDItKtW Of WHLCOUE ? %T JrHOOm' dallv*!y?r C B *o?"?w. He said that the city of Roanoke wu always ?iiaa to Wclcotnt reprnifntativaa Other cities of tha W* meet to stafty the various questions I**' pr,M*' ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

DANGER IT Bill Hepburn, Chairman of Qkise National Bank of Hew York, laji Provisions Making Government Responsible for Holes Invites Future ?f_ New York. October 14.?A. Barton I Hepburn, chairman of the Chase National Bank of Nsw York and one otj tho leading opponents of the admintatrsdvii's uiirivncT?measure, jg? ? 'W> afternoon that the provision of tho bill making the government responsible for treasury note* to be issued was fundamentally wroni and *w*' K lnvitsd disaster in the future. ?>* government should unqurstlonably coin and furnish metal 'money," Mr. Hepburn said In an ad-fl |dress before the second national cur- I j rency conference of the New York f ) Academy of Political Science. "Bat the experience of the world pcovssj that paper currency, redeemable In, metal money, may better be furnish* d i through a bank like the bank of! France or the Reichsb&nk of Ger-| many, separately Incorporated, under! Strict government rent rut or regula-...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

Dorit c The QoeJity Gift at ewybody wanW McGce Pharmacy 1?I tampbrll Arvnuo. \V. WKDDIjru BOt ai'KTS KlUarney Roim. (WNt Poi. or ?JUy ?f Valley. 4ALLON. KLORIST, Roanoke. Va. NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOB YOUR MONEY'S I WORTH r DO WE DESIRE YOUR PATBONAQE. Let Us Prove It to You. t msraoNK in. &ADPOBD STEAM LAUNDBY. Tempting Things For the Autumn Meals rky4 County Buckwheat, fhe b??t on the market. Try It ?with Los Cabin Maple Syrup fgr*bmkfut It la the most ?BtoyabW meal. Coffee ? Table De H6te. Our Own Brand. Karaja. Mocha and Jam. Boat of All. Arbuoklrn. Tea Our Own Brand. Whltr Howe Tea, THtor*! Tea. Cereals. To?tod Oorn Flakea, CJrapn Xuta, Oat Meal. f< Puffed Hints p Khreadr?1 WTwat, Quslrrr Oata, f, Qwua of Wh?at, f ? Fruifs IWawaiv (iraprt, Omcord 4>rap*<a, Ftwetooe IVadMa, lanf, *nlcjr Lonona, choioe Oranjren, Fine Bananas. Batinc Apple*. Sealsbipt Oysters XMr?et from the oyater bed a to ua. These are the very beat oysters obtainable....

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

VA. ***** U .kDTAHCBt ?US* ***r KOTICR TO lt'MOI?B||| N^HWtw T1?? W?rlg-W?.w. ! '? (Ml ukMHkIk* M?lnMM gatoe *f 'k*.l"Mh ?' M?fr, aa* Mai Howh u wr?mpOt. ihr **??* *111 bo xkra tkr flat* A" ?r* rroalrrd to *J ?*M *? aas tkla rale will *?> Mrlrtly cmfe.rrl. ?*- NOTICE TO SUBURBAN] ; _ SUBSCRIBERS. ! (MUMarlW OrlaWr I. IS IS, llr 4*HT*rr l^<r?i of tkr Hoaaokr TIibm Ml Ikr WmM-X*?i to balk HMWhr, l?alel "?erl?*. WlilH, Raklak C?art, Mrgltto Mdtkli Mtrwlrk. "Ill k* to U?U? ?t J. H. ttaMra, wko will leek ifltr Ikr <*llmr *1 all ?aCr. Nllffl all ??kMrlnllon. CNipItlili mm to faaii? ttollvery ?T M l>> railto* Mr. WiMm ?v*r pkMt IM1S-I. GYP8Y SMITH IX BIRMINGHAM. Reports ia (he Dlrmlnihtm AjcHerald, one of ihe leading and mi-st successful newspapers of the South, tell of the revival services conducted In Birmingham l>y Oypsy" Smith, the well-kn???n evangelist. The services are held in a great tabernacle built under the direct...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

WE WIN ! Because our lis# of PIANOS are the best. Our prices and term* the lowest "No Notes to Sign" Roink* Misic Co. c. t. jwnntnu 117 W. Campbell Ave Social News lit THE MODERN WOMAN. 1 cannot wear th* old gowns. 41 wore six mpntha ?co. Id male* mynlf a UURhlna stock. **4 ha a holy "bow. Thoy mMaur* two yard* 'round th* ham. A yard"* sufficient now, I cannot wear the old (ovm, And look right. anyhow. 1 can not wear th# old irown*, tlthoi jrh they're neat and trim. And Ikunfk they mail* me look a lath* I Ji<at b* yet more slim. Th* *klrt* that ***tn*d *o narrow th*n Now seem-to me Immens*. 1 cannot W*ar th* old sowna I'd look Ilk* thirty Cut*. 1 cannot wear th* old cowna They're all paaa* designs. I have to have a atlhouette With walstleaa. hiplaa* lin*?. 1 have to hav* a scantier aklrt That'* slashed fir up th* aaam 1 cannot wear th* old fowni. And k**p my *elf *at**m. 1 cannot w*ar th* old gowu, I. want a Bulgar craah. ~ With hint of Balkan Influence And sulphur ohHTon...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

oe/ged Up? - | * s Quick Relief! mpl<" RfllWili lo lurmt OwrilpMion ik-furr It Itowniei, I?1 CUmwi''. Without wn? Tpna Mr otherbeiu*l tMub(?4 with constipation. Thousand* Injur* thenpMives by the uw of strong cethartn?*. mIU, mineral water*. pliia ai.J aim liar thlnus Thay have t?n>DQ' irf value In limtt cases, It la true, the ep?m1 effect IB iuoo lost. and more ?n? takes of them the !???? ctlv* thtiy B^SWt. A p^yaio or purgatives* leldnm nec?mry, *nd much better an.l more permanent rt nulla con be obtained by qpn* a seUntittc remedy like l>r. Caldll's Syrup Pepsin. It &u*a nut hide 16 u tiling name, but ir what It la represented to be, a ntUd laxative mc'Uictu?. )t 1* au ipild th.?t tfcouaan'N of mothers *tve~lt to tiny infants, and yet It Is so compounfled and contains such definite ingredients that It will h*V? equally food effect when used by a person suffering .from tke worst chroule - eutuflpaii'on.. . Ji>3pi, uaonx the i...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

Store Will Remain Closed To PubTH# Oroolost Ton Doy Sale poglno 9 a. m. The International Special Sales Company, of New York, ha& purchased the remaining stock of THE HUB, 11 East Salem Avenue. Together with what remains the Sales Company has brought to you a gigantic purchase of clothing, shoes, furnishings, and notions from New York City. In all, we have about $15,000.00 worth of high grade and up to date merchandise. It is our intention to try and rid ourselves of this entire stock' IN 10 DAYS' TIME, BEGINNING THUR, OCT. 16,9 A M You who have attended the great FIRE SALE at THE HUB know the values that have been offered- You who have not attended, ask your neighbor who has. It is our intention to give you even greater values than you have been offered. In fact, we intend making this lie greatest selling event ever attempted in the city of Hoauokc and its surroundings. This sale will enable voir to make all of your Fall piireliates for at least half of what you ordinar...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 14 October 1913

?? ?? tka atorr of * portrait pointed M a piece of wood fourteen Inchaa wide and seventeen and ? half Inobaa high. that wu recently In Posei?WUUain -MaoWk. *a art dealer, who performed a veritable Sherlock Holm as faat In ordar to obtain It (or the collection of a ellant. Tha portrait la that of Tbaodoaia Burr Alaton. da??lit(r 6f Aaron Htirr. who la ballarad to have perished at tha harvda of plrat^ aflar n\* on board a small schooner fpora Charleston for Maw Torlt. where ana waa to jo?? ^ fMh#r Th. artlat , believed to hava been Van dar Lva. smith shop at Kingston. N. T? drawing ploturaa on a door, and whom ha afterward sent to birop* to study art Tha present owwr la a Brooklyn woman who la known aa an art lover and colloetor. " Thla woman . beeame Interested In tha portrait throuah rreding a booh "The Troo Aaron Burr." by Mr. Charlea Burr Todd. In which rt(*rfiic* la ma da to Ita existence and Jho thaory that It ca*te dlroetty from tha aehoonar oa board which Thaodoala mat har tra...

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