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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

EXTRA Bargain in Four ?* Slightly Used PIANOS Tully guaranteed for 10 years, same as new ones. Very easy terms and "no notes to sign.'1 ROMBKE MUSIC CO. C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. Factory DNHbaton, 117 W. Campbell Ave. SOUTH EASTI , m Moaa to 1MJ-U or !>?? ?? ii? ri?i> Krldsy, November SI. Ml*. E. F. Copolssd Who him been ? ho gueat of her daughter. Mr*. J. C. Wiugfleld, loft for her homo tod&y. "W- Fannlo Hamilton,4 mother of J- W. Cloinmor, l-? rotting along nicely after an opora'ton at Jefferson ho apt Lai. .j. Mrs. 8. D. Brown ho* returned from a vlill to hor mothei In tho country. Mrs. H. l>. Wingfleld and children, ore visiting friends on Ninth- aveaue. ???r? T. B. Cunningham. of Nelson county. ? later of Mr* JietUo Hardwl?*k. and Mn. U O. Mark*. of Crewe. ? re at the bedside of Mrs. Hard wick. | KENTUCKY TURKEY FOR THE PRESIDENT ??_ 1 Waahlngton, Nor. SO. ? President! Wilson. ftecretary Tumulty, and the! member* of the cabinet will have ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

Good Cheer Aids ?r ":"??? ItfT'V ? ^ " ; . ??-- i___ ,* Digestion of Food Dygpeptics Can Main the Rett of the Family Happy by Using a Laxative-Tonic. The temper of the family and th* good cheer around the table depend so much on the Rood digestion of each Individual present "that the experience* of some former dyspeptics who overcame their trouble should be of Interest to thoae now suffering la this way. The best advice one can give?but it Is advice that is eeldom hef:dod--t? to eat slowly and masticate <*tcn mouthful carefully. However. tf slow eatlnK and careful mastication fall the next aid la cne close to nature. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Thin remedy Is an excellent digests nt. and In addition to helping in the digestion of tha food, acts gently on the liver und bowels, ridding them of the accumulation of waste that should long ago have been paved orr. It is ?afe, reliable, pleasant-tasting, ana results are guaranteed. MaJ 8. Martin, of Joplln, Mo.. n?>\...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

THE Lace Front Corset has now come to its own?its special features make for f? exceptional comfort in any posi- V" tion, at the same time affording \ the figure a natural and needed support because it is constructed on correct hygienic principles. The best material, regardless of cost, has always been used in these corsets?workmanship is exquisite?you will find the Calma Lace Front Corset the leader in shops that make a specialty of pleasing their customers. Prices $2.00 end $3.00 OnStktl George MacBain Co., Inc. HOFBRAU Is always good, no matter what the season of the year. ROBERT PORTNER BREWING CO. ? C. S. JOHNSON, Agent' H Phone 76, P. 0. Box 3?7 Roanoke, Vs. Arbuckles' Coffee "An honest coffee at an honest Ariose or Ground At grtrert, tn itmlrd, Unitary p*cka$ts. *rver in iulk. Many people labor under the- impression 'that BEER is not a winter beverage. They have missed their guesfc. Economy consists in getting: full vaJuo for your money. Coffee economy means buying a full weig...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

WAR1YFAV0RED Iftrr. It.?Moa?p?listte control of water poww In gilst s bantfi wu denounced today by the Mrtlansl coneervatlon congress, wtatoh adjourned hero 1*1* today. I iiimnniij Ills thl? denunciation vu declaration that bo water power owned by the public ever be removed from publk? ? of the water power fight Which had agitated the congress for wnttl day* came after the commllMe on rtwluttou to which had beM retired divergent report? from the Whnrar* committee submitted ?that the matter bad boon taken from by action of the oonvention to adopting general principles npoa which the waterway* com - - peet. No mention of the or minority report* which _ ^ a* to state and federal conItnpt of water power project* was >mtAl fat the resolution* committee's report to the oongress. When the rijiUlt had been read OlfTord Ptn.chot, former chief forester of thel iTJnltsd States, moved as an amend-J merit a declaration of principle* on waterways cbntrol simlar to ' the ; ideas la the ...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

(OoMlnuH from pc<? on*) . f?t Nlfhl'* IVikwHiik*. W? on?(h* Young Men's ChrisBan Association $100,000 building Om of the mov?m*nti of Mni mr attempted In Roanoke fcrnally wan launched, last night Mm more than two hundred representative men met In the Strlcklahd kvlldlnir and pledRtd their support to t Benin days' oampalin to finance the M14lu of b Y. M. C. A. home that 9411 be b credit to the city and 1U The gathering was thrown Into a] high state of enthusiasm by the an- I neunooment at the close of the spcech ?sklBi that an out-of-town man has donated |!M00 to be paid the association the moment the oampaten for $100,000 is brought to successful conclusion. At 1 o'clock this afternoon the first rally luncheon will be served in the Strickland bulldl.jg snd the Z00 mon composing the army of moral uplift bxs expected at that time to demon- . strata faith In their underaklng by reporting their own subscriptions to the fund and receiving a list of those they are expo ted to I...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

: ? - ' 1 ' The Hub and Its Bargains Will Add to Your Joys For Thanksgiving We want to join and help you make Thanksgiving a day to be thankful for. We want to extend our hands with greetings and our only way is to offer you things that you need at a saving. We inaugurate a special Thanksgiving sale, starting tomorrow and lasting until Thanksgiving Day. We will endeavor to give you better values than ever before and if you will scan through the few items we mention you will readily see that every purchase means money saved. By attending any of our special days, you can then see for yourself that it is not mere talk, but honest facts. Let us help you have a happy holiday by coming and enjoying our feast of bargains. -New Shoes For Holiday Wear For the children we make a special of a regular AO $160 button shoe. Special Sale Price i/Ov Boys' high top black and tan shoes, the kind that the bov likes. They cell regular for $3.50 $2.29 $1.29 A lot of ladies' high top tan button shoes, we...

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Page PAGE ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

MEM TEAM IS HOPEFUL OF Salem. Va.t Nor. 11.?SCot since t?o? haa Rotnukt College felt ao confidant of victory o??r V. M. 1. as aha feels In the approaching contest with th? caAeta In l,extnglon Saturday. In that y?ar V. M. I. barely noaed out a victory by u score of ? to 5 and had not a touch down In the laat Ave minute* play b??n "ruled Illegal because of an oR-slrie play, the collegians would have won 11 to ?. For the past four years Roanoke haa gone to Lexington expecting defeat and hoyin* for noUUu beltar than to hold the etdtli to > email toon. At laat. however, the collegians have developed a faat and hard fighting elcv--n thai will meet V. U. J, with a dcitermination to bttUI to the bitter end for victory. WORTHY FOB. Roanoke recognises that she will have to contend wlfh one of the premier teams of ths south and J hat the recent victories over A. A ML' Mlsslsslppl and St. John's give the oadeta a aense of security and confidence. However. from the diminutive Bunting...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

Worcester, Mans. Nor 20.?An ?- (poaltlon of til* point of rXmw of the fjfi JOBatltatiani 1 lata oppotiuy President Huerta In Maxico m riven at the rurk Unlveraltv conference on LatinAmert<m today by Ixmle Cabrera, fortner leader of the Mexican house of FepraaMttativos. Mr. Cabrera * address *M the ftm of a eertea which made Ibis "Maxican Day" at the conference. Jfr. Cabrera ?aid: "The reason tor the InMabUHy of Mexican conditions is the aboence of a middle claea. Without the middle Him theie Is no real social equilibrium and no peace. The conatitutionIwMW Movwnent tends toward the formation of a middle class, through the creation of favorable conditions, of tie for the maaaes ' 'Tha colonial policies of Spain in Mexico contributed largely to the creation of privileged classes. Laritttracts of - land were granted to solK'f, conqueror*, and to th<* < nurcb. i a Indepeudetv t- in Mexico In !>10 ?M aot materially change the condlUon Of tho nmt...

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Page PAGE THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

FINANCIAL REPORT OFTOWNOFSAIEM < Salem ' Salem, Vs., Sept. 1, 1*11. fo ttM Mayor and Council Oantlemen:?I respectfully report that t have examined the treasurer's acoounta. of raaeipu and dlikurttmeats. for ths year online August 11M, 1911. All of tha amount* vald i ?nta Ik* treasury, hava boon properly -r>?rit and tba imounti plartd In laak, and All of tba disbursements ara praparty and eatlefactorlly sus- ' ?in?d by vouchers Iliad by tba Ilia following la the etatue of the Biumi for the year: ' RECEIPTS rrtMbar plant t 6.HS.M 1 'Of I lea nap 120.00 jcigetrto light tax ?,003.7* Klaotrlo light acct. for material aold 142.71 pine account . ... . 751.40 Personal recount MS.<3 1 Penalty account 230.35 Rsal estate A P. P. tax 20,104.00 ?treat acct sale of mule* etc. 300.20 rcalee account 24.00 Special Ucenee tax 2.106.10 Bower tax 1,210.92, Temporary loan*" carried from laat year. M.700.00. ^Temporary loana thia year. tl.SOO.OO? H,200.no root from town l...

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Page PAGE FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

DANIELS SEES "WMOTOr AVIATION ART 9L Louis. Mo., Ktr. SO ?"In ray opinion, the nowiy developed urt of aviation will not only tend to limit the duration and scope of hostile I operation*, but also aid in the control | of the sea*, one ot the elements contributing materially to the power and prosperity of a nation." Secretary Daniels nwd? this state-1 ment here tonight, in the course of j a public address upon a" 1,11 -which he dinrUMi'i! tl.e conquest ot the air by the UnlteiJ States army and : ravy and t!*erpart aeriai navigation I Wilt take to future wars. . I "The potentialities of the aeroplane, I when applied to the art of war, rtro, extremely great end Its pi opef us- T Will undoubtedly be irdctnlnatlnj; (ac- j tor In the st/cccs*1 of future cam- I palgna," said he. ' The principal j roles of the aeroplane in naval warfare will be for scouting-and reoornoissanc.- work and for offensive de-J struothre operation* against h*-stile fleets and fortification*. Ka.?h ind?.-'l1 will be...

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Page PAGE FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

Saving money it a sacrifice,7 and a daily sacrifice- is what make* men strong in character. ? Do not delay having a Savings Account. Every day does not bring sunshine. CITY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL ; ?DRfLL'l AMD CNDIVTDCD PROrtTI MARKETS r. Stock Market. New York. Nov. 21.'?Wt*kn*M of New Haven, which declined one and Ihree-elghta wa? conaplcuoua feature >f today'a opening. Fluctuations otherwise were amalt, except for a Irop of a point In International Harveeter. Among active atocka a? i whole, movement ' waa almost Imperceptible. Ct'emg yuotsuon*-S?e Tork S.ock Rifkuie s* 28 tail Cnpp?T. Am Agtl A m k.ttt9uger.. 'Ami Ceo 4d Can fvfd ... 4 m tartud Pdy Am Cotton OU.. Am lc?Secur?. wu 4?'4 > Alt 1.1111**2 T.a?ce<1? Ga*...'. lehltb Vall?y.. L. aY..<! M b. P ?V 9 St M. M. X. A T Md. Pacific.. .... Nat. blscirtt National l<e?d. *1 Hi I3u 12* a: ;}$ ?* itufnnipi?1+ N Y Cviiiiai J- Y Ult J: W.... N. A W.. No-.ih American Northern I'ac ...

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Page PAGE SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 21 November 1913

r *#* ? . ? v?.. m* ' IPW/i.T;*? 9c a Dozen Nice Big, Yellow Fruit ; > 9c a Dozen at ?If Hwrt'a AartktaC ?*?, ~ ~ ka In Wo Hm H." THE KNAPP-FELT HOLDS ITS OWN Baeauae it continue* tbe BEST HAT for ??.??. That FASHION wears out more APPAREL. than MAN. can be truly Mid of KNAPP-FELT. Tou won't WEAK OUT THE KNAPP-FEL.T. Tbe STYLES chance each season and you naturally FOLLOW THE STYLE. but to the lint day you wear it tha KNAPP-FELT will be PRESENTABLE. It* ahapea are always POPTJUAR and always EXCLUSIVE. Especially do they impress the YOUNO^MEN who want DKUIT>ED STTU; KNAPP-FEl.T Ql'ALJTY In SOFT and DERBY shapes onjy to be had of ua? $3.00 to f 1.00. W. R. Hancock Company Successors to Ceo. tV. Payne Co. Ketaer Barathea Sterli, V Tou Ain't Talking to Me about bosrdlnir at a boardlnir house. I take my meals at a cafe where I can order Just exactly what I want. At the same time, there is no difference In the pries. Everything that Is , sorved at the OLYMP1A CAPE Is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

SECOND DAY SWELLS Y. M. C. A. HOME FUNDS iMUiii MEXICAN CONGRESS S IN WOEFUL TANGLE ?VBMIM0 WORLD, rw?4t4 ?VRNINO NRWfc ROANOKE, VA^ SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 22, 1913. PRICE-TWO CENTR VOL. 58?No. 117. FAMTLT CLOO&T TONSOKT A**? * BUHOAT. THE WEATHER. WORKERS HUSTLE TO WIN SUCCESS V. Big Gathering In the Strickland Building at Noon Submits Encouraging Reports, Sending the Hands of the Clock at Jefferson and Campbell and on the Tourth Page ot The World News to $45,870? Enthusiasm and Interest Grows. GOAL AIMED AT IS SURELY IN SIGHT IhiatnfW Men'i Committer, tl. 1-311 ott, Chairman. Today ' To Date. A. B. Oaborne...$ 40.00 I 215.00 C. W. Speeee..., 90.00 570.00 K. O. Baldwin... 35 oo 3SO.OO H. M. Ntiller 215.00 T<8.00 R. T* 40.00 205.00 Mlewart MtUi... *05.00 605.00 .K. tndrnifln , . . . 45.00 205.00 t\ a. Spindle 75.0O 226.00 W. ?. Bnflehy... 175.0O 1*0.00 T;. C. William*.. ' 16 0? Tola la . $'2J0.C<> $3,4*5.00 ( lilccnV (VimmltlT. F. I...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

A young raan. About r*?nty yuri adrf*ad?red himself to tha Bald-! detectives in this city lu: night, ; itlng that he had run away front > training ahip Franklin at Norfolk j and a companion left asveral daya fcgo and ths youn* man beginning to1 ? tear tha consequences of his act. detided to raturn and placed himself H m tha hand* of Mr. Meadow*, of the: i l Baldwin agency. He wished to get back before Monday, aa ha would be! , tcosidered a deserter If he is not on ! ( luty by that time; aa It la, he 1^ only ' i straggler. He waa taken to Norfolk 1 1 by Mr. Maadowg. Tha yo4tk* maa'a home ia in Cincinnati. but aa no racord waa left hare, a waa not poaatbla to learn hla name WEDDINO Ci^RE REA!)Y [jr fwu TWWul IHaUi IM?n< to tk* WMtr Bmm Ittrlllin for l<*as - : j. - Haw Tack. iNor. 33?Mlaa Jessie WIN ?en'a ltt pourd wsddlcg cake win b? i aant to Washington tonight by ?x-' press careMly wrapped and boxed Two thouaand amall satellites made of the same doug...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

your doctors ordeTI Your Doctor Knows S1 So do We?and You Should? That w? p?t up pr?crtptlona RIOHT. No on* la bettor abU than w? aro. b?e*u?? of our irtiinte* and oqutpmont. No bettor drum can bo bad than thoao In our itorw?prompt ntvtoo?modlclnoa MM to any part of ttit oMr?no tiU* ehnrv*. Phono ua roar wmnta. No. lttl-ltll. McGEE'S PHARMACY DRCOOIITI 101 camuBiT. avknuk. m. w. - WEDDINU BOt>arXT9 KlUirmy Roim I*m( Pni. or IJUf Of Valley. VALLOK. n>OHI8T. Rom ok*. Va. NOT FOB HOTBOTO, BUT FOB YOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO WE DE8IBE YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to YouT TEtcvnora m RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY. - THI-: STORK OF PUMTY. TURKEYS TURKEYS TURKEYS N Place your order now for jour Thanksgiving Turkey. These are very fine, large juicy and fat. CAKE AND PIE INGREDIENTS Have you baked your piee and eakes for Thanksgiving? Phone us for your ingredients, auch as Orange Peel. Lemon Peel, Citron. Seeded Raisins, Dates, Figs, . Currants, Atmore's Mince Meat, Brick's Mince ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

ROTtCB TO IUMCIUBKRI mnlltllM te Tit WtrH-Kn??j tMM to f?M h Mtumi aaS Mtorrlk> ?? atMll mirk the nptnllM toiw M tto totota *f (toll p*??r. ?MI fntwtli la pniario- Ottorwto* ?to >*X? ?m to win tto tlMM mm*. All wtowtftkm are r*?*lrti (? IW w** la Sdvaaee, ul tkl* rale will to Mittflf Mtemi <.n-i ii ^ I ' I HOTIOE TO SUBURBAN SUBSCRIBERS Ottotor 1. isia. tto I?to W?rll-7(?w? CrrMal S?rlaa. Caart, Vlratnla | itk, will to la *1 J. I. WaMea. who will ?Mar tto Seltverr ?' all Haa4 ?aHm all ukafrlftlnaa. ta fealty OIlMT ly wrr?ft?4 by eallWaMea ???f ?toa? IIM-L ROOKHrr.RAM V8. M*3U*F.R Hevera! mootki ago Msrcer county. Wn( Virginia. hnd w elsctlon to deri4e If "the coonty should issue _ti* hundred thousand dollars of bond* for read-building purposes. A decis?ve majority was recorded again eT the proposition. Mot bslng inclined to| aceapt this result. tha bond Issus advocates togu another osmpalgn and % few day* a*o presented to the Mercer court, sitting at...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

Bargains in Tour Slightly Uped PIANOS Fully guaranteed for 10 years, same u new ones. Very easy terms and "no notes to sign." ROANOKE music (0. C. T. JENNINQS. Mgr. Fitrtorf DMrikaton, 117 W. Campbell Ave. IhankatfrtnicV UrrmaM. WwIiipjiJhv ntirhi th? All*(b?ny Uerman Club will give Ita Thanka'giving Oernun at Hotel Roanoke. Thuroday night the Marlborough] German Club will have lis annual1. Thankactvlng (?rmin and the Roannk? German Club dance will be Friday night. Th<- 8outhw??t Club will have Ita dance Monday night. Decern - ber lat All of theae Hermans will take plar? at Hotel Roanoke. ? ? ? _ t'ni w of Honor. ?? Vetcrarf*~ and thMr lineal deacenitnnt* can obtain application blwnka for the .Co?fc<f*rate Crooa of Honor I frnrn Nrp. DcLoa Thoma*. prealdent. of the William Watta chapter V. I?. I C. The next beetowal will be on January 19, 1914. ? ? ? Sliakntprarr Club. Th?* .Mary E. Work Shakeapeare Club will meet Mpnday afternoon with Mr*. J. W. Sherman. A ? "...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

THANKSGIVING Unexpected gifts wake the greatest impreeeion. Surprise your mother or your wife on Thanksgiving day with a beautiful Silver Service, Silver Diest, or some nice piece to match her set. Any pattern can he matched at Henebry's Jewelry Store 32 Salem Avenue Through to Campbell Hurd. Mnry Tlee. MarituerttT?Hurd. RHrahfth Kwart, M?ry Ryrd. Ketelle llopkinK. M.ihfl Hopkins. Vesti Hearby. Nathalie Raker. Mguniaw and Huff. (OoBtmutd from page five.) Cut of Omranm fur Pinitew of (Ireat Internet la centered in the Ptratn of Ptnuore, which will be a*M? at the Academy of Mueie Tueeiair night by local talent. Til* following lg a* completo a list of fartidpante M could ha obtained tor today's paper: Richard, Pirate Chief?Mr. Collin Burnett. Samoa!. Hia LMratenant~Everett PrcderMit. a PI rata Apprentice? Gordon H. Raker M?ari a Sergeant of Police?? Lawreno* Scatchard Major Oeweral Stanley. wf > British ^rmr?Albert U Raker Mabel. Youngeat Daughter of Oen?ral Stanley?MIm Jnan...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

?1 LORD LONSDALE FASHION PWy 0U1D0MSELF bftladon. Nov. II Ti*rlT iMlfllll R?MmC( sporting MfL lk? man *h? mm the fashion for l|? NnUr pat'OM *4 tk? MM wtrMi u4 other ?l?M* wbtn iportnMn gathar. and ?l?l ??? IS efte ?? CM attraction* to vMlon kt the Olympic H?r.i Show aaf ?Our mk mcmIori. hu outdone ; *"Wl- Iktl Ktumt At Nnmukit the other ?*r he ??* ?UI ft *HUr of lltklM truly dobu??h*d M "plfU*ftt" H?? la * \ (orl?UM of the niVi autre. ?H? ???? ? >||0?>||U >w?? suit, with y ititHf of ft Iftikir solor. Tftt MTft> inf Hftl vM full skirted. bat ??"?*? WTO ? liiftl l?? |Mk?t *n #?kw M4* ui two Ivt* kutloni ftt th* bftsk. I Ml# kl+ok bow lor wi) slightly conical, kit Nw-tftr Mlltr ?MltMd s tlo of r*i .vklU ui yellow, hla w*ltt*Ht was wkllt with yellow atrip**. w4 *M pssu Marly law; hi* trou*ara war* rathar wM* sn? turasd up at tit* bottom. showing brMra aaeka ovsr pal* *nt laalkar ak*M. Rla olgsr w*a m*?lwt sis* and wow Without ft haftd." .Th* ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 22 November 1913

IDEAL FAMILY THEATRE I8W M MMOWIEOCED SUCCESS! Dawn Town Tloket Office: Bcrnett & Schenk's Drug Storo of tho hlfli'i Fmriti Mayors PEARL STOCK COMPANY Ho lmr>l Vordlot It i "?EST EVER" RERT MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, WEDNESDAY MATINEE i fl NEXT THURSDAY, FRIOAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY MATINEE I A Magnlfiotnt Soonio Production of Sidney ToUr's Biautifui Play of tho Southland, Myroa Lofflngwotl's Cyolonlo Saml-Mllltary Wostora Comody Drama, "The Belle of Richmond" | "The Rose of the flench" Swootsst Story Evor Told! Laughs aad Tears Cltvtrly Commlngiod I Rig Caot I Boautiful Costume s! Poslthroly Now! A Thrilling Narrattvs of tho Groat Woat! Brilliant! latonss! Inspiring! Staga Roooptloa at Wodnosday Mathioo. REFRESHMENTS SERVED! YoaVa lasHil SPECIAL THANKSGIVING MATINEE RED LIGHT PLAY HAS HARD HGHI TO KEEP GOING ^ JfV 1 BT BKAL" &1ALTC. lf?w TorK. Nov. S2.?Sir Johnston! fforb?8>Ftoberteon, In his farew ell-to-! the-stag e rnfcurmmt at the Sh...

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