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Page PAGE ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 May 1913

C The successful man bearing a good reputation is usually C Conservative, but not blind. *3 C Modest, but not,meek. ? Frank, but not a fool. C Persistent, but not stubborn. C Saving, but not a miser. ' C- Economy encourage* all th? better alfmtiiti of manhood, f You can start In on thta road with ll.M, at thta bank. CITY "NATIONAL BANK Rouoha, Va. ttjua.es iVo b'irbmoBD'Mf6intra''' ' ' ' . iRmmi MARKETS Wall Street. May li.?Prices showed IrrtfuUr tendency at opening Materia] gains In such 'Issues aa Ha'rrlman stocks. I^hlgh Velley and American "??? Profit taklnc In ftarrlmsns and Benin* at other polnta caused abort reicllon. Clnriot yuot?iion??? Mrw York Stock' Exktait. Airrl Copper ...? ?S Am Agtl Am Beet Sugar . ?' Am Can........ Am Can, r?<l? Am < *1 and Nf Am Cotton Oil.. Am Ire Hecui'a ? As> Mnseed A hi |jooomotl*? .vrr ftmeltJi ftef Am s A H: j>M , Am Sutar Kef. Am Tel A Tat. ___ Am roboroo.... Wt Anaconda M Co. >&...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 May 1913

The Man You Turned Around to Look at Because He Was So Well Dressed Had on a STE SUIT There are dozens of them passing u on the Rctattoke streets.?Yon ran ? tell them by the close hub of the collars fgainst the neck; the wrinkless slope of shoulders and the drape of the back; the easy, smooth lines of the coat and trousers! the harmony of ptftterrrrfhd wearer. SPRING, and SUMMER MODELS now on display. W. R. HANCOCK CO. tapoMwra to OEft W. PATHS 00. Saving Of 25% We save you from 10 to 40 per cent on all purchases made at our chain of seven stores. RENNERS Cash Stores IH TOMATO rtiJTTI. ?l.M per 1M. Transplanted mudard rarTetUe. Bhtr>p?4 anywhere by ?spru*. P.Vl.LOM, linrUt, Ro?nok#, V*. The Fixologists. We are the originator* #f tkU term, and also the originator* of the mode of transferrin* old piano*, bed*. etc.. tnto devenporta. library eard table*. etc. We have one of. If not the beat, equipped apliolaterln*. repairing, pollehlng and reSnlahlng departments In the State...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

THE WEATHER. ooirrtmnto cixxror?mocu SHOWERS TOWOHt> VOL. 48?Np. 128. NOON, MAY 27, 1913. VETERANS OF SOUTH IN ANNUAL SESSION Great Assemblage of bid Soldiers and of Southern People?City Alive With Decorations and Beautifully Adorned Equipages. Program of Great ConTent ion Opens ? Annual Adcfress By Grand Commander. PREPARATIONS FOR OCCASION COMPLETE Chattanooga. Tenn., Jiav 27.? The unnual reunion of the Con'"brat* veterana hvg.n here to> day. rhouaitnds of veterana and visifora are present. The citv pnv wfiits a gala appearance. The procce,|mg?, opened thin morning. The chief event waa the annual andreaa of the grand oomroandrr, ? Ueneral Young. TK **?'* hr Whmm. .. th? p?ot>lF at home may know hell. C?Bf'<1#rBt* WtortM are <r. ? ?' (-'htttviooca (Camn ssri* ',,r jsts In addition to th*e? oIT. .a- ??nvenlent pUcn throu?h??r?t4 h?h'?',i Wbrr# ,h? ?*terana are rT , ?HrH? l??rb?? at air hour* the Jay and ?Urht noure of| (ronunu^ ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

Bright Lillian HONOR ROLL. Third Ortmm&r Grade?Clara Armstrong. May Doftn. Annl? Draper. Blr- < #1 Draper. Ruth Hmrtman. Elsie Un*. Willie locia. Lucy Miller, Or?w SteTMi, Mat tie Stover. Ktb?l Vmi Ar mand Hundley. White Kirby. Calvin " tr. CbutwhlU KoMIW. txone- J It a. Kyi* Whlteacarrer. Mary htblll. V?ta Owym?, Anal* Fhelor. in Whit*. Walter Oakey. Edward Woodward Ssaoad Oramnar Grade?Claude Brows. Harry Oamall. Herbert rrice. CI eta Sutphln. Samuel Terrell. Ted Webber. WUaoa Whit*. Kathleen Brown. Martha Corbett. Haael Fitsgeraid. Malaa Hod gee. Amy Hale. Flormtm KeaalW, DoUU Miner Eatelle Suddarth. Chaa. Dofat. Paul Cannaday. John James. Barle Kaaaler. Clarence Lewi* Robert Moss. Grady Painter. Harvey Wood. Wallace Hurt. May Do**. Nettle Goodwin. Edna Lant*. Virginia P??*. Gladya Sutphln ' First Grammar?Wheeler Board. Douglaa Bowers, Oar] Harveycutter. Joe Johnson. Raymond Johnson. Fletcher Lea veil. William Murray. Jane Bradley. Jeaale Cronk. Mabel Carte...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

Soda Drinks That Please ? ?>. *' ,v y *?'?t IT you oro fond of Mod*. Water. b? ?ur.> to rl|tl our fountain. whsro you will bo sorvod with cooling drinks that aatlsflea and pleases. Wo con aonro you ond aorvo you Weill* Iwoaui# wo have the oqulpmont. knowlodco ond oxporlonco nooooaary to tho conduction of * fountain In o thoroughly up-to-date way. OUR FRUIT JUICES oro PURE, our Soda la sparkling, cool and well carbornated. Wo boll nothing but tho boot. New Specials Every Day Come in and Try Our - BUawborty Hherbot. Froah Btrawtierry Bundae. Ptooopplo Frost. 4 Pineapple Ron Bon. v Walnut Sundae. Nablaco Sundae. Wonana BpUta. -<4 SpOclOl In Drinks. Chockolato Milk Drinks. Milk Shakea, Umnde ana Umonad", Pure loo Creams. lcoCroam Soda. / . "T!ome In got cool?bring your friends. W* can, socve you. McGEE'S PHARMACY VXV2S71Y. hot for nothing, BUT TOR YOUR MONET'S >. . WORTH f DO WE DESIRE ' TOUR PATRONAGE. ' Let Ui Prove It to Too. RADFORD STEAM ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

PANT MOCIMON. of the moat important And f?rdeclalona ever handad duwn > auprame court of tha United waa that of yesterday In thJ caam of tha eo-called "patent monopoly." Heretofore man u fuel urvra having patents on ceiSain articlaa would dlo.-| lata tha priceft"whU'H IBW Utlrlw ?hould ha gold by retai|(ra tu conFar Inetaace a coreal packed In a patented parhag* would b? placed on tha mark at. The retailor would be I compelled to aoil that paaknae at (Ifcenta, never lean than fifteen and ?r more than fifteen. A shoe or hat or collar, protected by a patent, would undergo the aame operation, and tha retailer who dared violate the] agreement of eale ran the rlak of ouf-| ferigg aarloua penalties it not loelng tha right to handle the goada in guea-l tlaa. . I Under yeaterdaye dec la Von thta ceraal, hot. ahoe, and cellar, no matter how many patanta they may bear. . ?n be controlled by the manufacturer only in tholr aale to the retailer. The "i?a, hat. cereal, and collar* ao f...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

THE BEST " KIND OF ADVERTISING Tb*sUflLtdKI0pttal u 311 S. JofTerton St. Kodak Headquarters cxclualvaly. H. C. KELSEY TA1LOB SOI Henry Straet PLAYER I PIANOS 1 ON EASY TERM S NO NOTM TO lltiN ROANOKE MUSIC CI. C. T. JKNNINQS. M?r., 117 W. Campbell Ave. Voodnoo CJo to IW-iWnrd. Over a hundred memb?r? of Maple Camp. Woodmen of th# World, of this city, made a Journey to pedford City Sunday to participate In the ceremonlea connected with the unveiling of a monument to th? late Sovereign Charles SaUerwhlte. at thai pWr?. The rsturn trip ???? made on No. 40, which arrived here at ?<4S p. m. BECKER'S CANDIES GROWING IN FAVOR Our pnre home-made c?nilir? are urowtna in popularity. H -ro" .^*Bt ? nxnrThfng realty a?ll?-'louw. Uy '"'m. K<>p an eye on our window*, rine aoda fountain with expert a?rvlce Lunches -at all hour?. Becker'e Fruit and Candy corner Henry atreax and Cainphall awnut. ? Th?> Mutt and Jeff pwttlr l? a JtiariH If Ton want U? get &a...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

insanity there's collec* iartef the w?k, h. and an jepeclal Interto the finals thl? year _ON sixth and Um ?ee?fctil Dr. Paul llrandon prsnille as president of Polytechnic Institute In (till (or commeneeFBIDAT, JUNljlm ?ttoltou parade 600 p. m. ?lor Bsnlwr itrman .. > 00 p m. SATURDAY. JUNK 14TH. parade ........ 5 00 p.rft. ?? Cotillion Club ... S. 30 p m. SUNDAY. JUNK l&TH. ^ .... 11:00 a. m. Dr. Geo. E. TIooJmt. Petembunt. Address before the T. M C. A. 8:10 p. ni. Roy. Dr. Oto. E. Booker. Monday. Junk ioth. Mrtrsss before the literary Hoc-let lee 11:00 a. m.! Battalion drill 6:00 p. m. Ontshrntlon of literary societies '* .... 8:30 p. m. promenade ...... 10:00 p. m. TUESDAY. JUNE 1TTH. Alumni Day. _JH of General AssoT.kC A .. 0:00 a. m before > the association 11:00 a. m. Walter H. Beale (1885.) Luncheon 1:0* p. m. Sham battle 1:00.p. m.| Band concert. Illumination of campus 8:00 p. m. Alumni smoker 0:00 p. m. German?German Clob .. 0:00 p. m. Commi...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

Gtordin, In QMreal JTonn, Allows Viaitora But Three >Hita, and (Tigers Take First Engagement From ' Richmond Oolta. With Bert tinrdln going in hla beat rossiM* form. the Tigers bad an wuty U(i? uuim the (Ira Mi|a(?ni?nt ? ttflm the Colts, who have b?rn hovering around with' the Tigers. try tax la wedge into NroBd place. but t he jolts! tBe Tiger. gav* them yesterday wat lB?m s p?f hrth?r down the ladder. .The game w#* a regular "lead plpa ' tar our boy*, winning with out a ?irnfelr, white the Colt* were lucky to ev*ft get oni? tally. The** muaselv hit* th* Tigers otf aider nv? up. and ta addition to th*a* three hln?N ho 1* sued two passes, making five man !<*?'! that reached first baae. and only thirty-one men fared Bert In the nine rounds. Me had them completely baffled from Wteve down the line, with the exception of Pie*, who wns up afcrre times, got one boar on balls itnd two wtfetlaa. hla lam wallop being responsibly for the visitor*' only run. HUrleaon wa&...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

"lfl STORIA H?TeAhmy? Bod* lit ha* borne the sign*. ?H. Fletcher, and am been made under hie supervision for ??er ao Teen. Allow no onel e jron inthi?j^Counterfeit*jImltatl? are bat experiments, and en and the th of Children?Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA harmless substitute for Gaetor OU, Pareand Soothing Sjrrupe. It contains neither "line nor other Sareotle substance. It doand allays Fererlshness. For more than ?M MM in constant use for the relief of _ ton t Flatulency,Wind Colic,all Teething Troubles and Dtarrhcea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, ' sills tes the Food, givinf healthy and natural sleep* Children's Panacea? The Mother's Friend. The Kind Yau Have Always Bought 'Bears the ~ In Use For Over 30 Yesrs UDDITIOllllL j EXEMPTIONS PITZER The bmt eqvlpped TRANB- _ TXn and 8TORAOE WAREi HOUSE is th? BUt*. Piano* ??< Furtiitur* moved, packed and stored. Heavy hauling a ma..***-'"-''"- ? Transfer Co. f'Uri Following Is a list of exemption* ?ad pa...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

C The successful man bearing a good reputation -' i |a usually " C Conservative, but not blind* - C Modest, but not meek. C Prank, but not a fool. ' ? Persistent, but not stubborn. ? Saving, but not miser. ?. Economy ?ncoum**o *11 (to hotter tlem.nti of manhood, a You can Hart In on thta rood with $1.00. ot this bonk. CITY NATIONAL BANK iiiulet and' innvnRD rwiorrfti' .* .* .' *?*.* .* . 'ilmooT? MARKETS Wall Street. May 27.?Prices *how?d declining tendency at opening. Kapeclal WMkn?? In auch iMdtrt aa Harrlmana. Canadian Pacific. Or eat Northern preferred. Trading wae light In rolujn- without Indication of public Interact. Wide. Irregular fluctuation* mark* ed the flrat hour'a dealing*. The list aagged fractionally. Cloning Quotation*?Xew York Stock Bitkaage. ABITt COf>pcr ... 7?H Am Acrt......... jp? Aid Beet Sugar. 01 tt&ag: S5 Am C*i aud Frtjr *?,? Am C otjon Oft.. JO Aw IceSeeufS. i4K Am Llnieed 4% Am lxx*omoU*e Am toelt d R*r. ?? tifef1 AMMMU^O^ A&am...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 May 1913

Aj.?JV Mtkl Um bOQM> jrJ5*\ <nck Ifbur. nd m \ Ike home bcicfetar 1 bf doatiae ercrr Kfl Jim* with Ujoid Fy? /V?Mer. Molto V / lekitiicUtk Br/ iiiui ?tt it. d?*t la u>? nut tW original baauty of ? yon go along ? froa the ? ?? tt? (UHri teMht. 1.2*: I2k.MBm.Mi ros SALS BY IIQOID VENEER Large size 40c Small size ... 20c Just a Saving 25% We save you from 10 to 40 per cent on all purchases hiaito at our rhntnrtf seven stores. RENNER'S Cash Stores The Man You Turned Around to Look at Because He Was So Well Dressed Had on a STEIN-BLOCH SUIT There are dozens of them passing you on the Roanoke streets. You can tell them by the close hub of the collars against the neek; the wrinklcss slope of shoulders and the drape of the back; the easy, smooth lines of the coat and' trdusers! the harmony of pattern and wearer. SPRING and-Sf^MMER MODELS now on display. W. R. HANCOCK CO. Successors to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. BEBfiSOBaUBBBBil TOMATO PUa*T?. 11.00 par too. Transplan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

VOL. 47?No. 129. ROANOKE, VAm WEDNESDAY AFTERNO ON, MAY 28, 1913. GENERAL LOMAX EXPIRES TODAY OOHRDSBATS ABMT. ~ COMMANDER DEAD % mea tn Hosptial in Washington at Result of Fractured Hip Received in Warrenton While Visiting His Sister, Mrs. Lomax Greene?Relatives at Bedaide When Last Summons Game?Patient in SemiUnconscious Condition for Three Days ?Under Influence of Opiates Almost Constantly ? The Last Major General of the Southern Forces. HBODY REMOVED TO WARRENTON HOME TV C., May Si.?Oen*rtl l.uitkford L. Lomax. the last nrvl\iHn major xmrral o(.lh? Oonfrd?r?t? army 6f Northern Virginia. died at (:30 this morning tn Providence HixnUnl an tkr result of n fractured ihlu v htch he Sustained while vieltliuj lua aiitar. Uri. Una * Oreene. at Warrenton. about ten days ago. 'With tho general nh?n he breathed his last, wero.hia wife and two daughtars. Mlas Annr and Mm Waddy D. Wood, wife of a prominent (architect of thla city. The general 'ha* lx>cn In a aemllunaclutu conditio...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

SPEARMINT r Don't button your coat! ^ Put changes in your outside pocket for WRIGLEYSl Always have change handy for the handy confection. Every package is a guardian of your teeth?your breath? your appetite?yotsr digestion. Benefit continuously and enjoy this refreshing pastime as welL Look for the spear Avoid imitations VOTED AMERICANS IN COLONEL'S NOTED ?BER'lSDrr. Pepoettlonn are lengthy and lkN? PNtaMy will prolong the trial MMrtl ?K'A* coart will not alt Friday bains a ??(al holiday. Many attorneys believe the caa? cannot raach the Jury M*r? tha Middle of next w??k Jchn Callan O" l-ou uhlln. \Yj?..;n?tor Correspondent. was the chief witness of tha morning O'Loughlln aald ha had been ataoH?*d with Roosevelt twenty yaara Although Rooeevelt. rtturntng to K?< i fop* from African travels. attaadad KmaviH mixed hi* drinks or not," tha lawyer asked "It he took champagne he never took anything else." O'Laug-hlin answered. Questions regarding tho former president's customs re...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

Soda Drinks That M 9? tn (<*< of B<yU Water, b? aura to rMI oar fountain. roil will bo ?m4 with cooling drinks th*t Mttaflao and ploaaoa. W? om onto you and nr? you Wlt?U booauaa wo hav* the equipment. kMwMt* aad nporltBM nicimry to the conducting of a fountain la a thoroughly J)p-to-dot* way. OUR FRUIT JUICBS aro PtJRK, oar Soda la sparkling. cool aad well carbornated. We Mil nothing bat New Specials Every Day Com* in and Try Our Freeh Strawberry Bhrr' St. frail Strawberry Buadu*. Pineapple rroot. Pineapple Boa Bony Walnut Buhdae. I Nabisco Bundao. Banana Splits. Special Rii Drink*. Chockolate Milk Drtnka Milk Shake*. Umtadf aad Lemonade, Pur* Ico C'rwmi. Ice Cream Soda. Com* In get cool?bring friends. We can serve you. your McGEE'S PHARMACY Prlce&Chlck NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOB YOUR MONEY'S WOBTH . _ DO WE DESIBE YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Ua Prove It to You. mxraona in BADFOBD STEAM LAUNDBY. 1 ! If You Knew How Good Our HartScftaffnr &...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

mr. irF.urrn rowno*. g?ver*l P'- < ' v''>: n-i have been asktng If the AnU-Haloon|| League would propound to Hon. Heuiy-jJ C. Stuart, candidate lor governor. thoi usual quefiea ai to hi" position on,| the liquor l*aa Ob May JOth, ac- | eordlag to a atatafnent given out by Dr. J. D. McAllister. the Leagues sev - retary, the league addressed to Mr. Stuart a letter asking for an expression relative to hta poaltlon on the enabling act. In raply Mr. Stuart said: ?*If I am elected governor 1 will approve by my signature an enabling ,| act whan passed by the legislature. j becauseL believe Jt to be a fanda-j meatal principle of popular *?wernmant that where the cooetltutlon per- ! mlta It the people when their will I* made known have a right without executive Interference to decide by their vote any question they wish subroltted to them." \ Mr. Staart In reply to another <iueeI tton. aald that the only time he voted en local option waa In Huaaell county twe...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

m l? PLAYER PIANOS ON EASY TERMS , NO NOTBf TO M?K MAttIKE MUSIC CO. C. T. JUININQI, Mar., 117 W. Campbell Ave. Hntnantm Wfddlni Fee*. The Kev. Aimer I'ennewrM. pastor of the Euclid A*?nue Episcopal church of Oak Park. Oilcaito. ha* announced that hereafter hs would not accept fees for marriages because they were "graft." and as such should be abolished. "If the church InMsts that marrla*e ?? * rite that belonx* to tt," he said, "then the churqji should make tnurrtiiKCN free to all.. "The minister who does not need a fee should Be ashamed to take It, and a church whose minister needs th* fees .should he ashamed and Immediately raise his salary. Xo ' minister should b? forced to stand at a wedding with hts open hand behln< him." . The day of har?h physics Is K?msI'.opls want mild, easy lasatl*^. Doan's Ke*ulets have satisfied thousands. 55c at all druRStores BECKER'S CANDIES GROWING IN FAVOR Our . pure home-made candles are growing In popularity IT you want something resll...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

: GOMPANY, incorporated 111-113 Campbell Avenue SEE THURSDAY PAPER FOR PARTICULARS CMdn; Miw. JliniDl I XKQU8H ? MISS | CLASS. UwMiBa: ilk* Vlian Loaisr BUachr VVMWB uniuaii - HIN1 ETHEumrs cuisi IBM Rhoda N?i, Murylwl; Mte Mty Orals, ladtaaa. uuuob mausK-mis tounq s CLASS. ?-Mto-MiiT?CMfl, Indian*; Mini DwaUW Olaavoland.- Now York; Miss It?if Wri*M. Alabama; M'sb Phyllis Krsaoe, Ohio. SHORT STORY ? MI 88 BTHE* RIDGE'S CLASS. MIm Lucilo Hall, Indiana; MIm Adah Thomas, Virginia. ?' BIBLE?MISS YOUNG'S CLASS. MIm Udl? Hall, Indiana; Miss Rhoda Neat. Maryland; Miss Martha Comfort. Pennsylvania, Miss Dorothy ETHIC8?MI8W YOUNG'S CLASS Mtss Dorothy Cleaveiand. New York; Miss Martha Comfort. Pennsylvania; Mia Isabel Allen. Pennsylvania. PSYCHOLOGY ? MISS ETHERIDOE'S CI.AS8. Mias Isabel Allen. Pennsylvania. ENGLISH HISTORY ? MISS YOUNG'S CLASS. Mias Lttcile Hall; Indiana; Mil Martha Comfort. Pennsylvania. GREEK AND ROMAN HISTORYMISS oteal'8 CLASS. Miss Alicia Werten baBer. Vlrrlnia; Miss Boa...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

BIG LEAGUE GAMES York. . . Boston, May IT.?Boat** wm both gomM of o doubt* ktMtr from Now York (otey, foralag (b? (Hants Into fifth place. The aooroo ww 1 to ? i|4 t to I. Matth*w?on and Tytar had a pitcher's battle la tha first ?am*. Vino pitching o( Kudolph. who; wont to a* relief pitcher, aft?r New j York had two runs off Perdu* In the second inning. and timely hitting by Hoston. cava th* local* th* aocond | tame. Score by Inning*, first cam*: HUE N*w York 000 OO0 ooO?? 4 0| Doston /..OOO 000 001?7 7 1 ! Mathewion and Meyers, Tyler and j Whaling. Time. 2 07. empires, O'Day and Bmslle. * Second game: RHE Naw York . .. 020 000 -000?I 7 0 Ronton 001 001 010?6 ? 1 *fesr?au, Wlltae and Meyers; Per-j due. Kudolph and Whaling. Tim*. 1:46. Umpires. O'Day and Emslts. Chkagu-Mt. Paul. Chicago, May 17,?Chlcaco defeated St. IjouIb, s to 1. today, and aa a ro?ult of New York'* double defeat want Into third place. The game was, a pitcher*' battle betwa*n overall and Tm?> ? Tha acore...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 May 1913

ECOURT AFFIRMS DECREE The supreme court of the United States Monday affirmed the Judgment o* the lower court, with costs arid Interact and rqmsndtfd to the United Stataa district court for the Western district of Virginia the cin of the Norfolk and Western 'rail road, plaintiff In error, sgainst U E. Ernest. Tha defendant In error. whH? ? fireman In pusher service out of North?Mk,. W. Va.. yard. February 13, waa run over by an engine and lost his right leg. Butt for MO.Itt was entered In the Unttad 8tate? district court and was triad la Roanoke June 2?tH to June 3?th. 1910. A verdict for IIX.ROO in favor of Ernest resulted.. The railway company carried the caee to the United 8tates supreme court direct, and it was argued late last January. The opinion in -the case waa by Mr. JUstke Van Devanter. . Crnast, while on duty, left hla post to throw a switch tfc, 1st his engine out of Norfork yard, in hla action for damages It was alleged that the nccideat waa due to negligence on the part...

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