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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

AMUSEMENTS r*??th Pan'1 MUM. , Ol? of th? t|kpat dttlfhUul ic?n?t In BtrrU i "Peter Pan" I* laid on the deck of & pirat* sbip. it I* here whtr* that ?rch villain. Captain Jam#* Hook, and Pater engage In that degparal* combat rndlD* ?Mih ih? terrible Hook h*l?r thrown overboard to the walt- ? >?? arocodlle. Pffnre the two anaage the piraD* captain aaks; "Who ? re you. Pan?" And Peter answer*: "I'm youth, eternal youth. I'm the *un rising, I'm poets singing I'm the new wr<>rld?I'm Join Joy, jojr!" Peter"a answer ajilly ?Jr?crlbe?-the I'lay. toe it Is a fantasy of youth, motherhood, fairies and pirates. It la .a work that wanders nowhere and everywhere. Ita acenea are laid In the land of Make.Believe, which.every mate nas Waited in the daya of hll youth, providing tlutt he was ever a real little boy. Every little girl who has played a ke.ping houee and motherhood and who has dreamed of princes nnd gallant heroes and rescues and ail that is f...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

IS REOPENED IN i FEDERAL COURT Indianapolis. lad. Nov. 5 ?Harry XV- JOB**. aacretary-treasu?er of the International Aaaoctstion of Hrtd?!" ? nd BtincWWd wj?V ?rrralgned before United 8Ulm Comtnis.ototMT H. 8 Yount! at the federal build ?; IA| tWlty (?r * .preliminary hearing on the ettarge of conspiracy .to transport -?? ojipluslves iH*ga*'.ij Tha ia i???1,1 1 ' , ri * great deal of attention, owing tothe fact that the case pro??.tt>ly ?*??? wfc have an Important bearlna upon t???? jfnat dvnamlte conspiracy '-as. and ul! the labor official* connected with " Tfc* United State* grand Jury will tonvim bare MM *t?k. ?nJ tt )n utut, t - atood that all th" new evldeuct ha* l>**n brought to light slii?-e ?harreat and confess.on of Gtf'i*. i'avls. pHh Otorfrr CDonnell, in Nt>" ^ ork, win be submitted to tin- iirnitd Jury and that I>avl* will repriit his < onf<?> - ?ion before the memoir*. ^^aOOrdllMffO the confessi...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

H? who has not a ?yst?matic hubit of saving U without any fixed purpose in life. ., r All are willing to tare the hundreds, but to most of ui, money does not come this way. How f*w seem anxious to save the dimes, yet we all have dimes tc save. The starting of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT is important. $1.00, deposited with us, will do &? CITY NATIONAL BANK Tpr ? HilK Tm ? CAPITAL SMO.?o*.*A IVRI'Ll'l AM? I'MDIVtOliD I'MUFITS ??B.0??.00 MARKETS \ Mut-k MarWrU. New Vork, Nov. 5.-? Abrupt rlae In mock* toil a > without * atlinulatlnic Influem ?? in.lirut.il that abort aelllnu recently hiul. been tarried to u point whirr the market win aenaltlve to sudden changta uf a purely technical condition Oktna of one lo two polnta ware recorded ai. ontc the leader*., !.??? Wtoek. Chicago. Nov. 4*?Hog* itnlOc lower, bulk of aalea Uofittl. Cattle a I o >. barely ?tea<1v: heevea 670a7*O; t ovra nn.1 htifera $Si)a*Cb: c.xlvea 659all?0. Mhe?i< etronw anil m...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 5 November 1913

BfS?-?i _*l e__ ?? - BM?V*W 4 . We desire to thank the people of Roanoke for the splendid business accorded us on Saturday. It was the best day in our history, and indicates that our efforts to give a square deal are appre dated. *'-v V "If Tkfrr'a Aar<kl*f *?". ftHtr tw ? We HiTfJt/ We Don't take your order for a Suit of CLOTHES to b? iiiadr to order and ?endJt aw\y to be made. WE SIIOV you ihe beat FABRICS and n>ake your noit RIGHT HERE in OUR OWN work rooms by SKILLED TAILORS? THAT'S TAILORING; you know that. We're HEADQUARTERS for STYLISH, well made CLOTHES. Let us make yours. * _______ W. JR. Hancock Company Successorn to Ceo. W. Payne Co. On the Level. ' I havf ne?er been Into a better res- 1 aurant than this one. These wor<la were apoken hy a traveling man who we* dining at the OLTMPIA CAKE the nkrr lay. This la only one instance. Word a nr praise are heard every day 1 ?t thla popular cafe. We Invite you :o dine here. Tov vlll be ao delighted ...

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

VOL. 5fc-~No. ROANOKE, VA, HUERTA SURE TO DICTATOR PLANS TO SEAT CONGRESS Mexican Situation Shows No Weakening of the Power of the Provisional Presifjant?Tf Election, Is Declared Null, Huerta, It Is Intimated, Will Abide By Decision. WILL SUBMIT TO PEOPLE'S CHOICE Mexico CUy. Nov. 6.?The pur-l poses of General Huerta were voiced (his morning by a person who la close to the Provisional president. Huerta la determined to rejert all Fernanda set forth In the latest American communication and la reaolved to aeat the congress Just elected. If congresa, however, clarea tho recent presidential election null and makes arrangement* tor another election, Huerta would he disponed to .tbide by thia decision, Und submit to the people's choice of u man who would occupy the presidency until autumn. 1916. War*lil|Mt Kcnulii, Washington, I>. C? Nov. (.?The battleships Ixiuialana, New Hampshire, ami Michigan. which were to have been relieved from duty In Mexican waters upon the arrival ?f ...

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

A rattier gory ftotlcufT. exact detni!!r<t wfckh ^re difficult to obtain. an "^jiWfirevo witnesses and b???' ?>f them art? Inclined to talk. occurred ft nod 9 o'clock last night m the lo\?by vf tV itoanoko theater t? ? aeea*^ "ffr R Hrnrltg--. ina^H'ir ? r the houae, and T. E Bilvers, d.i#r? t/. keeper. Prom what .an he jatftered a" ;e?M?rria| Jhj re$u!t. Uenrii*.. ?ua mam oiM?*? ??a4ty battered about tuc ?la.-e and Mead and Stivers r>..:\.*l a ^ -cut on the cheek. said to have i?j-*-t;. r. lcaa?ed by a riar on tho hand of 13* nritze. t Kti The p<>llc? know nothing of the. af--tur aa it ottumo out of sight ot the B?%ttdleiic? Aaa with In the lolt>y v*v r" v there T<*rg few loungers. It i* said i.' ,that StlTwa o*ou#ed the ire of his . mployer ;t?y hia action In allow.nj: an * '*red patron to occupy G. parquet seat .r>? a balcony ticket. Sonic rcaulted ft wh hi* Incident an 1 Si.u*cr* finally vaa ...

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

Delicious Soda HOT OR COLD. W brinksJ ? / *"* "S iim i> uj Trr oar CcidJ)a^r" Hot Chocolate with WkifH Cms. W? ara wrrlM laH?ltkM> ItaM PlM, Mat IM Mm Th, Hat Tm, Hat Taatto Haalllaa. Hat Malta* MOk. Caaaa I* aU trr am? at aar Rp*. ?Hal l.awkra. Ira *aa?aaa *?4 raid ?a4a. all flavata. McGEE'S PHARMACY PHKSCHIPTHM* UKVCGIHTS lit CAMPPKtJj AVTOTOB. B. Wr WKDDnUBOl'ttl'LTt Kill ar nay Rom*. sweet Pais, or Mlly of Valloy. FALLON. FLORIST, Rotnok*. Vl NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOB YOUB MONEY'S WOBTH DO WE DESIBE YOUB PATBONAOE. J-et Us Prove It to You. mcmora in BADFOBD STEAM IaAUNDBY, THK grom1 OF VLJCVTV. Eagle Brand Breakfast Bacon Wo have Jurt received a full and complete line of very fine Breakfast Bacon. Side MojU and llama. W* carry a choice lino of m?atf as follows: Country lUum Kafln' Bnod llama, ;BmI, Veal, Lamb, l-'nokfaruri, CVmntrj fiww|^ . Boiafau IVtOrd Tlam SUc*0. Fall Shipments Plum Pudding. Mine* Meat, Seeded IUlaloM, Currmia, Citron. Pitted Date*. Floy...

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

I J.rwWfc. j L H. wb* will Ik* 4tilf*rr *f ?" H- 1 >|1*?< all rtk?HpHn? ? ?? ta*>f l?ll?IIT ?IU|P ?*ri?H?4 ?r ill** ?V*r |kMt lait-L. I lOnOUBBM I t? n# |LmM l> ?!>?*??) as4 Ml lkMl< ?*? *"2^ "TMstrsil ps. 7f ~ * - m,,,! n4 this r*l? wut OOMXIWOX OOVERSMKVT. Ever since |overnip*nti, of ??d bf the people. Jfer* instituted among m?n. there have been ' but two schools Of |WWMi*nt|1 philosophy. Ths OM expressed In the ancient ad?>.f. "don't put nil your egg* 1" on? basket:" the other In the word* of Puddin'-head Wilson "put all your in one basket. then watch that The'commission form of governm?nt. which the recent amendment to our State constitution was framed to supply, require* us to put all our ?ms 1n one buk?t 1M us be sur* that we watcht that basket. Our Vlrgfnla cities have suffered much from Ineffective government!.. from too much distribution of power and responsibility too closely hobbled by so-called ...

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

ROANOKE 1 MUSIC BO. C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. PIANOS, PLAYERS Very Easy Terms and "No Notes to Sign*' Factory Branch House 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News Iteaui ml Mtlal er h'wmI lalarNl ran k* |ihune?l to Mi or Ml <? tk* lorlHr K.4ltor rmrm -I IW Ike WorW-S'm* V. D. C. Mmlug, The regular monthly meeting of the] William Waits < Uapter. I", I). C? wan] held yesterday aftewtoon in the Ohnmber bf Ctmnttrct. on *ec*>ui.t of lll-j ? ?u-*s in the family the pr*-irt?ijnt Mr*.) l>t-Los Thnmuf, was unable to attend .iftd the Mmi \Jcc-pr-. id--nt. Mr*. J. W. Shi-rmjii. presided. The report from the penny. day in the Schools for the t'onfedcrate Ar-j Jlngton Monument showed thai 1231 had liwri received and fchool* nl?t having reported. Mrs. M. J. I'lituvl wan rUriati chairman of the lUlt-Kntit'ii tn 1 he General' I". I> C. convention In N.-w Orleans, N ovember J I. Mrs. Itrooks Jlurntnn, historian, read an interesting ptincr. The chapter sent...

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

New.Shipment of 200 Lovely Crepe de Chine Just Received $15.00 and $18.00 Crepe : De Chine ' Dresses $9.98 TIhvm lovely ??rep*' <li'?'ssos are cuiUxIk'ii with" all tin- si ykvurace aiui workman sliip that can 1** had iu any garment at double the price. Made of best quality of Crepe de Chine, (just like illustration), in all colors and shades. .lust the dressthat yoli would .as\*sct and want at much l?ss than you expected to pay for'it. KOHEN CO., Inc 111-113 Campbell Avenue. ILLINOIS WOMEN TO TALK POLITICS Pwrta, I1L. X?t. Unusual enthusiasm ^h?r?rtertiH the proceedings today at the opening of the fort> -fifth tnnaal convention of the Illlaola Equal Suffrage Association State President Mr*. Wilbur Trout. It la the flrst annual (kthcrtax liar* the great victory of the Illlnoia suffragists last iiprluK, when the State legislature (ranted to them the right to vote on all but State tickets, and It la quite ? natural thai the da'egates representing the wjru?n suffra...

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

PRINCETON TRIES I TO BANISH ALL. PROFESSIONALISM BY HAL SHERIDAN for the l.'nlted Prcitl New York. Nov. Although there ?1* I.an m t'rumcton Unlveralty -sgalnat the playlntf of, summer basetill lay lutmheri of the varelty tram and ???ry Influence la brought to bear j.lo dtacouraue men from entering the l'r"f*"l"n"' del.t 'he 'athletic hnri -f control has taken a atep toward developing some real baseball brains Dmung ? 'It.'.- am The athletic board ha* ruled ttyUhereafter the profenaional coach thnll ?It In th> grandstand during the games ?nit take no part In the active direction of play*,. The "Inside" atulT -will then be left to the captain' and hia hoard of llr*lv*v Krchln* the coach In the grandstand may mean -the ab<d> tshing of professional tutoring eventually, but thla step will not be taken Immrllttclr. On* professional head haa alre.xdv llll?n at Princeton After thla yi-ar the h<H*k?)r trinn will be coached by '.he captain ?nd allim...

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

Does Your Stomach Trouble You? flmyf** WirioiM Stetsach Rwowfy b SaccwMy Taken in Cam Ihwr and btSi OmDomHm OftM OI?p?IM Vtan mt Mtertni Wonderful ftffSkmMMtfy will change - that Face!.. nfir*? Wtinfrtfr' jI?m* *?"?A f? ?eaily be termed . wondanul remedy end the Senaflta b?t It ibraa (n many of the moat chronc cuacf mmacbTr ubIThes ewead Itafam? 1 one rd of the coontry to the other. * No ?ar < 'try yon live?you wfll find people who > sat??r?3 With lny?i>. tlw rnnJ Imty /mUmhIi etc., and bee* been ra?torad to are loud ia tbetr pralae of tbta remi (a tot a day but whet one hea? of -nl rea:ilt? obtained from thUne?edy id tit* b tieAtt gr entirely natural. aa It ecu > eotuca and foondatkir. of thaae aflmeeta. .moving the rot? boos cav.- h and b0? accreitona. tafias oat (be tnfUmmatioa from the mtest nal trart and ?titi ta rendering the tuna aataapt*. guffmv *** ?r*ad to tnr ooa doa?Kemmdy iboutd rasters you to food heilth. Pet !t to ft tot tod...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 November 1913

He who has'not t systematic habit of savtaf U without any fixed purpose In life., . m All are willing to tare the hundred*, bat to most of us, money does not come this way. How few seem anxious to save the dimes, yet we all ha^e dimes to tare. The starting of a SAVINOS ACCOUNT is important. $1.00, deposited with trt, will du it. ? ? CITY NATIONAL BANK Kuau?ok<s Vs. CAPITAL ? tltl'H ? AMI I'MOIVIORO HHOriT? ?M.'V.OUO.M MARKETS Siock Market. ?J*>w York, ' Nov. i.?The undertone of ttu> stock market nu jjuod at the o|>enlna today. I'nioii Pacific a ltd Hteel opened, slightly lower but ?jtelckly advanced above yesterday i rlimt. The rvsl of active hat allowed ?itiatl gains with heavy buying of li*>udlng. Clialni: (JuotallmiaBaehi A"??? < otprt... Aui ARTl 43 A --t Am ????, . ? 'i Am t ab i>i>t *"S Am 1 ar ai d ?<ty Atu < oilt.u Oil . ?* \ ork >t nt? I sacsti* &...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 6 November 1913

HWe desire to thank the people of Roanoke for the splendid business accorded ui on. Saturday. It -was the~ best day in our History, and indicates that our efforts to give a square deal are appreciated. ... - "If Ta?*rr'm AaythlaK Hew, Cairr Ikr 9u W> H?v? It." We Don't take your order for a Suit of CLOTHES to be raadr to _order and send It aw \y to be made. WE. SHOW you \he beat FABRICS and n'?ke your rait RIGHT HERE in OUR OWN work rooms Ly SKILLED TAILORS? THAT'S TAILORING; you know that We're HEADQUARTERS for. STYLISH, well-made CLOTHES. Let us make yours. "~/7 . W. JR. Hancock Company Successor* to Ceo. VV. Payne Co. m ?MVHHMMBHHMr _ Omm mf limala. The moit common cause rt Insomnia la disorders of the itomich utid constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets rorrKt tkM* disorders and' enable you TO al??p. For sale by all dealers ? tA4Y.) . On the Level. I have never been Into a better restaurant than tkla one. These words were spoken by a traveling man who .wai dlnlii* at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 November 1913

an Demands And Declares Be Increased to a Half Million THE WBATUH& saturday fair, wmrmor Hi *n tb? ?r tti ? mrhoui VOL 88?No. 104. PRICK?TWO OKHTBL ?tuinq world, ????? awnra k?w?. rmMi im ROANOKE, VA^ FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVKMBKR 7, 1913* UND INSTALLED IN " AMERICAN EMBASSY SPtCIlL fflOY III MEXICAN CAPITAL Quits Vera Crux, But Sends No News?Situation Continues Critical ? Wilson Asks Cabinet Members to Cancel Engagements and Remain In Washington? Secretary Bryan Carries Large Envelope Into Conference at White House ANOTHER WARSHIP PLACED ON DUTY FINAL STAQES ARE PUSHED BY LIND Mexico City, Nov. 7.?Final stages of negotiations between Mexioo ard the United States are to be participated in per- ! sonally at short range by John Lind. He arrived this morning from Vera Crux. Series of de- 1 lays in Huerta's formal answer i to the American demands and 1 lack of definite action which would indicate his attitude in face of demands has been annoying Lind. Lind's sudden reappearance...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 November 1913

Join to. MviiiwUlc Taken. Whll? people tloif la run ore nat " "tally more tabjwt to ?**k kidney* they cyg easily avoid th? torture, of saved the ftnnoyanc* of getting up at night with disagreeable bladder disorder* Croxone relieves these condition, by promptly reaching the cause and making the kidneys flitor the blood and sift oat the poisonous acids end waste matter that cause these trouble*. ?f, r,*ht In aad clean* oat the stopped up. Inactive kidneys dis??irw.yW 4f>rtw -intrl ? nd other poisonous Impurities that Und Installed In Amoricsn Embassy. (Continued from page one) Cabinet Meet*. Washington. D. C.. Nov. 7.?Today's cabinet- meeting was the first in' weeks. All the secretaries except Garrison and Wilson and Attorney General McKeynolds tfttended. It wasi understood that at the instance t the president, one or two of the members who had planfied t ? be oat of the city, cancelled their engagements so they might attend. The latest news dispatches teiliii* of John r t?...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 November 1913

Delicious Soda Mrfira'S PHARMACY Ml OAXPBELIi AVENUE, 8. W. Wmmmbmhmmbmhmhmhmhmhh?i* Q GfcZkJt Hot" Chocolate HOT OR COLA WKODINU BOratJKTS KllUrnry Rom*. Hw??t P???. or Ully rf Valley. FALLON. FLOHTST, Va. NOT FOE NOTHING, .< ' BUT FOE YOUE MONEY'S WOETH DO WE DESIEE YOUE PATEONAOE. ? Let Us Prove It to You. niKPBomg in. EADPOED STEAM LAUNDEY. TUB STORK OF PT^:VrV. Fall Goods "We have just received our fall shipment of fall good*. Everything is new and fresh. For breakfast, dinner and ^upper we esn supply your wants. Here is what wc are u(?*Ei&? of our fall line Buckwheat, Hominy Grits, Cracked Hominy, Bice, Pates, Currants, Baisina, Figs, Mince Meat, Citron, Prunes, Peaches, White Beans, ? Butter Beans, October Beans, Pink Beans, Blackeyed Peas, Log Cabin Syrup. Fruits Mallaga Grapes, Concord Grapes, Florida Oranges, Large Grape Fruit, ' Eating Apples, Choice Bananas, Juicy Lemons, Cranberries. Fresli Sealshipt Oysters received daily. Fresh line of eakes and...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 November 1913

NOTICK TO IVMCRIBCBI W*rM-Xr?> ' J>4 (MkMrik- . *? wtlrt tkt tiplnlion Mm ?? |W lab*ls (I Ikdr nn>, Ni md | ????" sla h >r?nlr. OtktrwlM ik? 1 Mil win k* |?>M< ?|M tkt tin* ?? wt All Hkwrt?tlMi If* r?4*lr?< Is I b* paid la idniM, u< tkle rale will Itrlrtlr *afor*?4. NOTICE TO SUBURBAN ij SUBSCRIBERS 1 Cp?October 1. ItU, the I ?***'7 "Wrti ?f til* Hoaaeke j ] T)bm and tkr World-\*rr? la | ???Ik >aaa?k?, ' 4 PMliI t KaleUk Coart, Ylrtlila | k?a aa<l \orwkk. mill hr la | ?har*e of J. II. WaldH. nka mill | l*#k after Ike driller* ?f all pa- i pera aa-l collect all ?abarrtpt J?as. fMBplalata *? to faalt> drllterr ?Mr k* >|M?tllj rorrrrtrd kr rail- | tag Mr. Waldea ???r pk?ae IMS-I. | r~ ' - . i BTO' IX rRMfi. In recent months much has been. C* kid written about the South an J taction peculiarly suited to raising . Ai Ii usually the can* a large' bart of tbla...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 November 1913

* f ROANOKE MUSIC CO. C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. PIANOS,. PLAYERS Very Easy Terms SnT ^ "No Notes to Sign" Factory Branoh House 117 W. Campbell Ave. V Hi iiii.it,t Kivcpiion. 'The Ladies Are Getting the Habit." "Whnt habit?" ''Buying their goods at moderate [>ricea." "Where at?" "Why, here, of course!!" Vourn always to plea**, TliK FASHIOX STOKK. "Oood* of (jimltty." 101 Wtst Salem' Ave.. Koanoke, Vi. Mrs.W. l'? ' Ijkwinn'ii handiuma t'oluniil home "Italeigh Court," w.ia the scene .?r a largt an<t brilliant reception yesterday afternoon from 4 to ? o'clock. The floral decorations ac?ortled the lower suite of rooms, to adinlraMy adapted for entertaining, j was exquisite.. The largf reception! Iiill Willi lt.s iiiiUisen of" tail palms and | terns wire arranged wltli lovely efH feet. white extending up th?' wide ? talruay. with Hi *t;?ln'*d window gluis 'ui'K Krnuad, these plants werej placed attractively. In th?i <lr.tvvlr.? roorn, the chande-l lier with &am...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 November 1913

PRETTY HAIR BEAUTIFY U6LY HAIR %lalr fe Beantifler, * doliquid hair dressing to Just it 1* named?a hair bwutUWr. Ur how pretty your hair now , It can be made to look even hotter I Harmony Hair UiautflM1. Who mouru because the hair Stringy, dull, lustreless :.nd home4r? Harmony Jlatr Btfttflgr Will prove a real blrsslng and pleasure. It mwi to polish and burnish the Mr, making it gloasy. Bilk-soft and/ more easy to put up in graceful, wavy fold* that "stay ptIt ovei^ ,'IMM tho oily smell of ths ha ? dainty, true-roo? fragrance, very plNdBf to tho user unJ those ?round. Very easy to 'appiy?simply sprlnM>ur hair uach ii?n,- ? 'Jt Contains no| chancre the color of til* hair, nor darken gray hair. To keep hair and ?'?alp drandruff- | free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This pure liquid shampoo rives j an instantaneous rich lather that lm- | mediately peneiratee to every part of j haJr and sralp, Insuring a quick. , ''ftoroofh cleansing. Washed off jost as quickly, tho entire ...

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