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

FRANK CHANCE IS Mm ' COME BACK COLE fV,t ' ?f ' ; ?$ 1 ? tW '$ " f . J Mr BY HAL. SHERIDAN. <Written for the United Press.) Naw TorK, Nov. 1S.?Among; many other things lik?)y to b? worth wntohIns In the American Lesgue next aeasoB, we might drug one to the (ore. ?I It "Exhibit A" and call upon the rabble to look upon a "Connle-l>ack." i-'rank Chsnte la going to teat thu '?ruth of that well known aaaertlon. "they never oont? back." ualng n* his dB??Mrim?mul pte<'e ot muchlil'jv Kltm Oole, one tlmi' Cuh. pitcher, itttd erstwhile eminent harbor In.Chicago. It may be rememberedfTTTiirTy FgU ?? keofcerwr-the Nap pitcher. did ? come back during the season which died during the r?ilny days of October. One of the first thing* Cy did on hi* return from the minora waa to peel off ten straight victories, which la it fair Job for 4 man who haa once been mnmpcd aa through, flnlahed. done and ready for the discard. Falkenherg waa there with his -hair In a braid, a...

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

making an attempt to get you into the habit of looking forward to our weekly sale events. Last week we offered values, and we must admit that our call was responded to far re'our expectation. Our greatest aim is to make the offerings each week a bit better than that of the pAst. Form the habit, look for our weekly announcement and come as often as pos It will well pay you to shop at the HUB. Just at this o??v)rtune time, just whan you need it most we give you Men's, Boys^nd Childretrs Suits and Ovei coals at a giving of at least one third to otfe half.?It's a saving worth while and we will readily convince you of this fact if you will but come and look these garments over. What We Are Offering In OVERCOATS OUR BEST OFFERINGS IK SUITS i'ov t!??s ut'i'k we liirvo scanned our suits s art ami made an us ?or?ttietit of our $10.00 anil $12.00 garments. which we shall jmt ,??i nolo'f??r . . . SG.93 Our regular $12.">0 mii's which iinlu<l??. all wool guaranteed. the vi...

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

RAILRQAD1NC OF SIXTY YEARS AGO LAUGHABLE NOW A moil Interesting exhibit at the early day* of rail roadlng tn this country has been found by tl?? Hall Road I A*? tlnzette. It la a schedule for pa*- , n?ni?r tralim anil rulrt for the conduct of eughu ,-neo and conductors on the Wwiiern and Atlantic, which %as at the time anil still la owned by the I Stale of Georgia."* The table In dated . Marc,i 1. I/k.'. ,ii ?! wn iv?.i..1 liy, win turn M. Wiul U-v. superintendent,' father ot Oeorge I?. W.idl< y, the latter tor many >cars manager of the tVfmal ttuil Itoad of Oeorg.la. The schedule shows a picture of1 an etigine and car? at the top. t'nder Cl the nu|ntw*rs and n.tmra of the stations, the times for arrival, the times for departure and the time , taken to run between stations as well as rwnntks about pnvstng sidetracked freights are all cnrofully tabulated. In the r?l*s for englnemen and con-j dut-tors ur?? linin/ which eoem iiualnt If) thin ume of colosMil rati r...

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

S ADDRESS TO FEDERATION ' Seattle, Nov. ll.^?Secretary ?f 1-abor U. Wilson addieeemg ???? A""Vrl* can Federation of Labor today . " cu^inKd the attitude of ih? Michigan Copper Mining and warned them that h new loni. p tk-n of 11 tie* to property *"Jrrrfhe ces* of form* He declared he would make publlo paid to th# miners, the hour* hey worked and the laboi th? enormous profit* of the niiue ? era. . vtr Wits. n. who addressed the . el- - Ww? ab ?J't'Hin ..I'liKHMt*-;. i;i;,i ??The department of labor a* organised and directed will be ,u to co- operate: with ihe *rea(. ?ra 'v union movement 'n It* eftort to . I :5at^ the standard of human 'One of he general duties OIV the departiie n. is that ?C P?..iii.n-. inf.' ih?? welfare of .vase -.vorkvri. . ""The one great specific i|?t> - poseu on the department ik to ?- ua a mediator and '0 ap^ ?in-. *""> ??***" sioners of conciliation trauea ?i? - ?* "There can he no roe nation. i <? (an be ou conciliation '? ...

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

Saving money is a sacrifice, and a daily sacrifice is what makes men strong in character. Do not delay having a Savings Account. Every day does not bring sunshine. CITY NATIONAL BANK KoMota, ??, , CAPITAL WIMII. IDRFLVI AMD DNDIVTOW) PROMT* M.WlJ MARKETS tlork Market. New York. Nov. 13.?The reported krrtk In the negotiations with the Mexican government caused a sharp decline In stocks at the opening today. iHerl. Urtder especially heavy pressure, fell nearly a point on the opening aaie. Mexican petroleum fell one nnd threequarters, Union Pact lie. on* and a half; 6t l'*ul. Heading. KmclUng nr.d Atnal(Kiruttd, one. O'slni Quotation*?Sew lock S.ock Atnal Coypar... A to Acrl Am Be*t. Am C*a An Can ptd.... Atu taiatid tdj Ami niton oil . Am lc*IW<ur?.. Am Linseed....*. Am Locomotive. Am tmelt* Mf. AraS * It: pfd.,. Alu Boasr kef... Am lei * Tel. Am JobtMtf...'. AnaSonda M Co. Atrfclaon Atchison pfd. Atlantic C l..n?. hallo A Ohio ... Kethlrhem !>taai fcioaklyn H. f...

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

Very Delicious PEN MAR SYRUP HSfil y? This is a pure sugar syrup of the very best quality. Open samples at all our stores, where you may taste for yourself and test its excellent quality and flavor Package -If AajtklBC flM 9m Wf Mi*t It.M There's a Nipping in the Air O' mornings and evening* which speaks a language o? its own. It says, "Oh. ehilly man be wise, buy HEAVIER UNDEB38?AK",andwe say be wise, when buying come her*; that is. if yon seek the best. Every weight from the lightest all wool up. Halbriggan* from the medium FiiU weights to the heaviest. We are handling this season in addition to our regular Ums, Dr. -Jaeger's celebrated natural grays; also Dr. Deimers linen mesh. Visit our UNDERWEAR department. W. R. Hancock Company Successor* to Ceo. W. Payne Co. . 1 Let's Be Getting in Una, i tor everybody'a doln" It. Doing whit" forming In line and going to th? JliYllDA CAFK. Beeauie tht/ w?nt' the best rood la the reason the rriwd *??a there. If you want the beat fooJ. Son mus...

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

y I ^ ' _ THE weather a tonight. MMVM MN wmi Mrtltu. Iitwtey - '?;4-rXv>V ?" VJi ^ vol. 58?no. 110.- ? VKM.NU WORLD. ffM UN. ?tbmintt KIWI, rraWH iml roanoke,, va., friday afternoon, November 14,1913. SALEM STRICKEN BY JBOGKINWRAGEOT TWO BOYS CRUSHED TO DEATH BY CAR Gordon Hix, Thirteen, and Berry Crawford, Twelve, Caught Under Wheels and Ground to Pieces?Family and Friends and En tire Community Overcome With Grief ? Coroner's Jury Holds Electric Company Responsible ? Attributes Accident to Reck less 8peed ? Many Witnesses Examined. JOINT FUNERAL * SERVICE SATURDAY ? : -?? ?We, the Jury, find that Berry Crawford and Gordon Hix came to their death by being struck and run over by oar No. 24, owned and operated by the Roanoke Railway and ' Electric Company, in -1' charge of C. D. Oakes, motor- | man, and 0. W. Gettlet, con1 duotor, said oar being run at i j a reckless rate of speed by not i being under proper control at i the approach of Union street eroesing of Main street,...

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

THE Laos Front Corset has now come to its own?its special features make for exceptional comfort in anyuposition, at the same time affording the figure a natural and needed support because it is constructed CO .correct hygienic principles. * The best material, regardless of cost, has always been used in these corsets?workmanship is exquisite?you will find the Calms Laca Front Corset the leader in shops that make a specialty of pleasing their customers. Prices $2.00 and $3.00 On S*f* at George MacBain Co., inc SOUTH EAST All. Items to 1S13-U or IW tk?m at U? lltiaoai l'kar>t ' Krtdsy, November ltih.t Mtil Viol* Moras n )>(* returned from rlstol aftsr spetidtnc suvcrsl day* Ith frlsrds. Mr. 11. T. CrnfC of Patrick cuonijr, til* cuest of his daucUtsr, Mra. C. C ri?on . Phone all news Items to 1SlSI.or ?Mt them at Halmimt Pharmacy. Mra J. It. Urowtj |? vary l!l at her on Beventb avenue. Mra. H. 8. Johns haa returned from York, whara aha vlilted h?r C. M ilmmons aont...

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

Our Guarantee We positively guarantee Style, Fit ? - t l t and Workmanship in our Garments. Our motto is: Square Dealings. Once a customer, always a customer. Pay us a welcome visit?you will not be urged to buy. _x By placing your order now you can have your Suit or Ovcrcoat for Thanksgiving. As a special holiday inducement we will continue our free $3.00 Sweater Coat offer with every garment we sell. Think what it means to have your pick from 1,000 different styles of high grade woolens, including every New Pattern. They are made in the very newest models and to your exact measurement.. Our guarantee: No fit, no pay. Take advantage of our $3.00 Wool Sweater-Coat offer,, with every Suit or Overcoat absolutely FREE. WE PRESS ALL OARMENT3 THAT WE MAKE FREE SUIT OR OVERCOAT 216 South Jefferson Street. The Store with the Yellow Front We Are. Specialsts * Specialist here means exclusiveness in the making. Every part of the Suit is made by a skilled specialists We have men who devote thei...

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

TO 8UBURBAN Oclobrr 1. JUS. tke | ayateas of the Raanakr |; tho W?pli-X?i>? la j J Crystal Wprln?. |[ <"???? rl. V Irs lata ( J ?4 Norwich, will he la | J. H. Walilrn, xln will | Ikt *?ll*rrr of all pa- I I CO 11 r~ri all nbwrlptloit. aa to faaltr delivery j rorwlril bf rail- I aver pkna? IMS-L | | ONLY DARK OLUTUUIO AUXIWEP ?fcf ?? ? i A, few daya ago a young nun who! la employed to make_ stenographic records of the proceedings of th?' fed-; ?ral supreme court In Washington en-| terert that tribunal and took a seat1 near the Judges' platform. Hp had been there t>ut a moment when an attendan: approached, touched him on the ahoulder. and Informed him that only person? wearing dark clothe* ware permitted in that pnrt of the room. The y*oung'man had on a ault of light' color. When Ktnic fleorge of England gives ? reception his subject* who attend are supposed to wear knee breeches1 and to |o through all manner of cere-j mony. Englishmen are the victims ...

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

y EXTRA B*rpoixui in Four Slightly Used PIANOS Fully guaranteed for 10 years, same a? new ones. Very ealy terms and "no notes 1* sign." C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. Fuctorj OMrlbutur*, TI7 W. Campbell Ave. Tbla la My Wd Birthday"?Frederick Jaekaaa Turorr. Frederick Jackson Turner, professor of history at Harvard tTnlveraUy, wan born In rortage, Wis., November 14, 11,(1. He graduated from the Utilveralty of Wlst-onbln In 18*1 and the following year began Ills career ns an educator by accepting the position of tutor of rhetoric and oratory ut the University from which he had gradu^ted. He remained at the University of Wisconsin iwenty-flvo years, during it liirge part of which t'me ho was professor of history When he left In 1>10 It waa to accept a similar chatr at Harvard, rrofessof Turnsr Is the 'Author of a volume entitled "The Rise of the Nsw West." gnd has written a % large number of monographs on Incidents of Western history. RESINOL WILL STOP THAT ITCH llrtng. Inrfaat. Helle...

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

HDD LIVE ACCORDING TO YOUR LIVER that lt? Tour Physician will tali yon lasy UVer is tit# most common of that -run-down" feeling, of energy, constipation, etc. ? want to know haw to fwl ?ft?to be 100 per cent ?tt?to i?t book Into tfhtlnf trim in a fair hoars, and to ftey that way? Aak your friend, the drurjdst, if ?aitK?tniueral waters?oil and munt laxatives affect the Liver? Ask him IT they stimulate a flow of Bile? lie will answer?"No!" Ask him If Bite Is nature's great antiseptic, if It Is needed to cleanse tli<3 bowels and blood? Ask him if poisons accumulate in the system when the Liver is inactive? He will answer "Yea!" Aak him if Podophyllin is a nr<\-it Liver?regulator.?iia?will imsn, r. efficacy, would Podophyllin be the Ideal laxative and Liver regulator?" He will answer enthusiaa tlcally?T?arw Now this great object has been accomplished. Podophylltn as combined in a new formula called ToDoLax, is pleasant to take, pleasant in its action, and pleasant ...

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

} More sol lan all package coffees combine i. II yoo cot:Id stack sp all the other package offsea used in thia eountr. in one pile, and all the Arfcuckles' Coffee in another, the Arbuckle pile would be tba bigger of the two. That tneens, of course, thai mora people drink Athuckles' than mil the othara combined. Joat think that ovar a minute?just Imagine the thousands opon thousands of Idtchena that ar? filled with ita appelicing fragrance every morning I There must be tamething better about Arbucklea' Coffee, or it wouldn't be preferred by more then half of all the users of package coffees. Of course, people have tried"nther-rnfTaes. But they come back trj Ar buckles' because they find that nothing el&e compare* with it in valve. It gives mc/e quality and more satisfaction for the money. Have you had a cup of Aibucklee' recently f If not. get a package and try it See how good it smella^just whiff fr'pm the kitchen will give the whole family an appetite. And when they tas...

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

and no unpleasant u consequences" when made with Make year pancakes as you always do, using a tablespoon ful of Cottoiene (instead of butter) and an extra pinch of aalt?or try thi*. rJ PANCAKES T- ? 1 1-4 flour; 1-3 MMpoon salt; 1 tablespoon ttifw; 1 cup sour milk; 3-4 teaspoon soda; 1 agg. Silt flour, salt and sue*t together; disaolvu SiJa is ?*Mt auik an>l sri.l i;m I'l lHr to lh? ??- ? well btatin tx- Bake on a hot, iron (riddle, slightly (Teased with Coltolena. Let the cakes spread on frriddle until quite thin. Cottoiene makes all food* palatable and easily digested. It foes much farther than butter, lard or any other cooking (at and u more economical. L Learn the facts about Cottoiene in our eicelknt Recipe Book. HOME /jS ^ HELPS, written by five leading cookery authorities. Drop us a aaflS postal for YOUR copy?it's FREE. | TH E H.K. FAIRBANK COM PANT' CHICAGO ANTI-SALOON FIGHT TO BE NATION WIDE Fifteenth Annual Convention of Temperance Workers In Columbus, 0., Favor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 15 November 1913

theweathe FUr tonight and probably ?omowhat warmer luntejr ta ran Ira! and north- portion?. ' roanoke, va^ saturday afternoon, november 15,1913. pjact?two cents In Defiance of America's Demands and Wishes Mexican Congress Assembles Today in Mexico M i - ? ?1 WILSON'S PLANS ARE IGNORED COMPLETELY BY HUERTA LAWMAKING BODY TO MEET AT 3 O'CLOCK Members of Both Houses Will Assemble and Choose Temporary Speakers ? Business Session Formal - ly Opens November 20th. Rumors of Marines Landed From Warships In Vera. Crux Fly Through Capital's Streets. HTJERTA MAYXJHANOE AT ELEVENTH HOUR Mexico City, Nov, 15.?.Senator* ?ad deputies elected recently to form h new eongrese in place of that dissolved by President Huerta will meet at three o'clock this afternoon in their respective houses, to make choice of temporary speakers. Early today President liuerta had given no indication that he intended to alter his program to comply with the demands made by John , Land, President Wilson's personsl represe...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 15 November 1913

Mr. T. A Gregg of this city. third wlee-president of the Order of Railroad Conductor* of the UDtt*d States, left yesterday on the Memphis Special Caff Houston. TtUt, where he was beoause of tbo strike which has theSotiTSern He had only recently returned from fim Pranclsco. ?here ho assisted In the Mtuament of some diffic ulty, in ?w hich hie order wu interested. Thie ?tf ?eooMpllehed without a strlks and he had been home only about three weekr when the call came to prooftat to the frout once more. Mr. duties aa an Official of the order of RaUtoad Conductors require the (renter part of hie time and make it neceeeary for him to travel to all parte of the United Statea He la gait.ing a deserved reputation for the ?kill with which he fulfills the duties of hie position end hie prasance at !.o'j(M: and hie influence ^1U no doubt Be appreciated by those directly Interested. % The strike which Involves about tluree thousand msn of the different branches Of railroad service, lnelud- j ir.g ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 15 November 1913

Hot Chocolate w* arc 1 >?*?4 ? m muk. omh ib ul tr ?m uaitw. i? ?mi c*m m?, bu McGEE'S PHARMACY drvookiti 101 cmoiwbili avkjrmc. ?. w. WKBDifro Mttvan KDlitrnay Roaea. l?Nt 1*m& or IJllr ir vjiji?r. wjlluon, florist, ?Maak?L Va. NOT FOE NOTHING, BUT FOR YOUR MONET'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to Tou. TRLrrnoNB in ? RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRT. Tin: HTOHK or ri.K.VTV. Observe This List, Then Phone Us Your Wants With tha approach' of' winUr we wteh to tnnonne* that w* htive In atock our fall and winter ?no.1?. and are pr*par*4 at thla tlT>? to i?rv? yon with tha food that la unM(?lltd. We ar? offer* tnc for today la tha meat Una Sealshlpt Oysters, Beef. Pork, Lamb, . , Pigs' Pickled Feet, Frankfurters, Bologna Sausage, Country Sausage, ? Boiled Ham, Breakfast Bao^a. Liver, Veal, ? VEGETABLES, Turnips, Salad, Cabbage, Potatoes, <4 Onions, Green Peppers, Red Peppers,White Beans. Butterbeans* Peas, . FBUIT Bananas, Oranges, O...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 15 November 1913

MQT1CK TO ItafCIUBKIII kMKpltMa ?? n? WmU-S?w? ' mm ft* pais ta ilTtwfi aa* nbtrHk. ' rtfli w?#:? Ikt tutlnttM <*(n v "? tkt labels ml (Mr paper, ni >nd MMimili la p(Mifii7, Otkariilse tka Mf?r ?MI to ailjil wkfi ?Se Mm ?? NL All are r??ilrt4 tm I ft* hI4 tm m??!, aa* (kl. rale will <aa iMfflr 1 r? -H HOTXOE TO 8UBUKBAK HMHw OttaWr 1. int. Ik* ' wna af Ike HMiok? Werld-Xewa la | Crystal Striae, j ; t aaaia ? i ? ... kl *MI?. Rilfltk Caart, VI ratal a | 4 fl^lta a a* Naralrk, will k? la j tvk ?ta(S? af J. m. Wal*ea, wfta will | Tlkdralttr the at alt pa- I i gara aa* wllt? all ?akarHHI'aa. yl C?a?lali|a aa lo faalt* ?tll?trr I Mar W afaally r*rrwtt4 kr eall*1 ta* Mi. WaMia vrrr pkaat IMJ.L |l 4 HPOHT OR MBAT? 1 A latter from the Virginia Audul?on Society received in this office* la as follow*: "I am afraid that Virginia sportsmsn who ar? flot Informed are under the Impression that the Virginia Auduban Society Is antagonistic to their lnUre?ti.' ? ? ? *...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 15 November 1913

EXTRA Bargains in Four Slightly Vied PIANOS Fully guaranteed for 10 years, same as new ones. Very easy terms and "no notes to sign." MOKE MR CO. C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. Kiti'tory Distributors 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News Iteais ?t wm'UI ?t prriuul later* '?? k* l? Mi er ml '? rt* Society Idtlur ear* af Ik. lb* IVorlJ.Krnk "pedal Hnaie. Thr. quartette of the First Baptist ?fcar.-h will atnu Dudley Buck's Festival T? Ix-um and Nan^tus, by UounoU. S'.idav morning 'during the service. Mrs. IMmun \yillln will alng a'solo. At thr afternoon and evening services, tlie young people will render an extensive miiriml program. This ape?j rlol. muslr hua bcrn Hrrangnl for the Wumiinx Missionary lTnlon In session In tbirt <*.liiircli. , I hii ? luircli (iimrlette 1* composed of .Vrn. John- Trout. i*<i|>ranu; Mrs. r.cbcri Hatcher, alto. Mr CfearlvS 'P'taa. tenor. nr.il Mr Clifton VVoo<lrutnt iMfn. Mr*. Samuel Klnnlor. organist. ?IK'Hli^vTiC PROORAM Monda...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 15 November 1913

WORK ?I ? KulMokr _ that keeps its courage ? ?eft of those moet ; . hwrl, that lilt* Ha moment*? 1th friendship ? loving cheer; Kind hwrl, thgi give* It* influence l To help a H|ht??iu c?uw, That woman; helpmate to tho m?n ? May help ?o frame the laws; I/aar heart. tho' *g?< to drawing nigh Still keep* its youthful lore. Though *i*ty-seven you count today May you count many more. ? ? ? Women Who I?r?r to Hash Ip. ? By the Rev. C. F. AKed. U.D^ L.U.M . The "neoessary evil" talk bam born heafrt Jur .Lfpturiea Hen (ir e fcer?waded thsmawlvss, all over 'h? world., that'It in mecea*ary that millions of ahouid be brutallsed. debauchad. dehumanized.-reduced to n ooudi-; lien of essential slavery compared1 With which the old chattel .-luwry waa a paradise, for their pleasure. for tbe itta>tIdeation ot instincts which they were not men enough to control. Mg*nwhiie, "good women." by I which the man of the world really' meant hia women, owned in a slightly different way f...

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