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

C The successful man bearftig a good reputation is usually ;' C Conservative, but not blind. ? Modest, but not meek. C Frank, but not a fool. ' C Persistent, but not stubborn. ? Saving, but not a miser. ?L Economy .-ncoura?e? all the better eltmonta of manhoo<L C You can Mart in on thla roa4 with I1.M, at thla bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Roanoke, Va. CAPITAL mh.th.IQ iiKPLi* and vronrtDED rnoriTi iwmm.ii MARKETS WaM Street. May 11.?Active stocks thowtd nominal decline* Standard stocks shook off depression cr.usod by decline in low prlce^ (hum. "Mac QwmtlMM Mrw York Mock L?icMf an.... m Lshijrb Volley .. 14ft L AV I*?W M * P A SSI M 19 M K. AT. Mi Mo. ruilc 3S Nst Blsoult 11?S National Lead . M NKafMMMpd ?H NT Central SR: SVnnUW... MK N. a w i?H Nor lb American TO N. P U?H Pac flr Mstl 91 Pennsylvania .. 110 IVorla'n Gat ... I0? PCC4M L ... ? I'ltuburg Coal . I<H P ttteel Car X Pvllmea P Car . I$jfc Keodtn, >?g Am?l copper... i*?? A m ArH *? A n&...

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

The Man You Turned Around 'to Look at Because He Was So Well Dressed Had on a STEIN-BLOCH SUIT , 1 Tliere are dozens of them passing you on the Roanoke streets. You can tell them by the close hub of the collars against the neck; the wriukless slope of shoulders and the drape of the back; the easy, smooth lines of the "coat and trousers! the harmony of pattern and - wearer,* , f SPRING and SUMMER MODELS now on display. W. R. HANCOCK CO. tnooMaora to GEO. ,W PATHS 00. RENNER'S Cash Stores a Saving Of/ 25% We save you from 10 to 40 per cent oil. all purchases made at our chain of seven stores. tomato plants. il.H -par too. Trme?bm|*d standard varieties. Shipped sn^rhere by express. rAKLOW. Florist. Koanoke. Va. ,;i The Fixologista. W? Uf tht orlflwtori of Ujli term, and also the originator* of th?i no4a of tran*f?rrlng Ola piaurta^ beds, etc.. Into day.sporla. library card tablM, ate. W# hare one of. If wt the beat, equipped upholstering. repairing, polishing and reflnlshln* department...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

THE WEATHER, INCRB AIUKG ' . II fMIIIIH? | PROBABLY RlfOWKRS TQNIOHT AND TOMORROW. . ?? ? VOL. 47?So. 130. R4RADE OF THE REUNION CONFEDERATES IN GREAT PROCESSION Assemblage of Grand Camp In Chattanooga Closes Tonight With Ball in Honor of the Sons?Many Bril Uant Entertainments for Sponsors and Maids of Honor From Various States. AGED SOLDIERS IN THE LINE OF MARCH ? . Chattanooga, Tenn.. May The CBlui Ci nf?d?nil? Vcterui tad the ?nnu,il pa rait a today. It *u tha ellRiu of tha twinn-third reunion. I holtsan Js of gray-haired veterans pluekily k?|>t their places in the line uf March. Those who were too feeble rude- la carriage* and automobiles. T$?- rr union cloaca tonlaht with a ball In honor of the 8om of Coafaderat* V?t-,tan?. Many brtltfant enterty"1* m.rtr uiau were held in hoaor of the iimuiur* nnd maid* of honor from I titrliftis state* Ytola w?e tire ?p*cta?uh?r -<ar of the i?.tt;o?al reuiiivn of thi* United Confed. , nule. Ve*. >rans. w'.nn g...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

tfcgwdaafc May i??In an editorial on i-TCaliforola situation the Standird lvlaea Japan to deal with the queailon SHpatts aafety and Me eammllte** of council. preiKI* C A. Kerns. of th* comncIL will to hold at I o'clock JUffeftto ofB. <? of Clerk Craft up consideration of the propoatraffic ordinance recently aent back the commit too by council. At tkia moating the cogttnlUe* will f&BBblie bearioF to all persona Inrated la the matter. A great manv l>lttltl aire.it}> have been voiced against esrteJn provisions of tha proposed 1*W and it la likely man? eltlam*. will take advantage ?f it* ??? portaaity to pre aent their rlewa to jBjMtdilalHus or council Piftldoiar opposition e slat a to provisions of tto ordinanace aa grafted which provide* that Tchtcltt will not to allowed to stand In front of bualneaa houae* aaU Offices beyond a limited tin*. Real eatate men and physicians 0>QlntalP snforceroent of. such a reltulat.pn wWuld work a...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

Soda brinks That Please If you are fond of Bod* WtUr, be sure to vtait our fountala. wboro you wtH b? Mmd with cooling drinks that ?ttaflea ind pltUM. Wa ca? ?n? you and serve you WXLl* bw?iiM wo have tbo equipment, knowledge and experience Metwry to tbo conduct In* of ft fountain IB a thoroughly up-to-date way.. OUR FRUIT JUCCK8 are PUKE, our Soda to sparkling, cool and -wolf carboraated. We aell nothing but the boat. j ' New Specials Every Day Com* in ahd Try Our _?L_i Flwit Strawberry Sherbet. Krcnh Strawberry Sundae. Pineapple Fro?t. Pineapple Boa feoa. Walnut Sundae. ?. ' Nabtoco Sundae. Split*. ? Special Rn Drinks. Chockolate Milk Drinks. ? Milk Shakes. Limeade and lemonade. Pure Ice Creams. Ice Cream Soda. ,? Come la cot cool?bring your friends. Wo can servo you. ? P- ? McGEE'S PHARMACY 5KSSKES St. Price A Chick Tou hear and read a lot about cheap clothes; and ' maybe you buy some. ?*, , You can get more for your money if you pay $25 for 9ne of our lart icMfstr ft Marx suits ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

HUOtrVKlVYlKO THE ELKHOR.V. Thg Norfolk 6 Wutfrn from all( .. Accounts, has had under consider*-1 tion for a ion* tln?e * pine for e:?c- f thnt portion of it* road lyin< i Eckman u< IMnaOeld. n du-l of thirty-wven miles. Should ha consummated a great cen- _ aw?r station wilt be erected from which energy for the operation of \ hoth passenger and freight trains win enderad. Between Kcfcmaa and -14 "?? * mountainous region wrUy presenting many .llftloultlea from n rail reader's point of view. I | I*1 ?????. ? in well kn-iwn' possess greater traction power than locomotives and oould they be substitute for the latter along the Elkhorn, It ts helleved that both efficiency and economy of operation would be promoted. The Nor to U & West.? to aot the nly rail rand studying electrical development. The Pennsylvanln and York Central nnd other lines re introduced It ?n certain sections ? in rsMifrtrct territories -Vor neral trdnspo#uij.in purposes. on nic lines ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

Ladies' Play Oxfords 3?? ?* comfortable. They Uk. ikt plu* of rubber ?ole?. riiu r. fxm. Layman Shoe Go., SO* ( MMfrrr ?trr*1. I>Nm 111*. I PLAYER PIANOS ON EASY TERMS no MOTKI TO MOM Ai N*w York, May Judos Holt. in lh? I'ntiwl futH district court. today ksnded down tn order extending the (l?? of i'l?)n?nla to 11* eaceptlone to ?ha limitation <>f liability petitions of tba ownm of the sunken steamer Tll?n(f to J una Ittb ileal Under a former order of too court, only two ?Ulmtnti had the right to Mo exceptions a/W Juftr ?sd J yd*. HolCtjjr^ dey today maaita that ?wry claimant may flU- objections to having a limit i>ls?*?l oo ths company's liability iru?lug out of tke dlaaatar a year a(o Co?|h Mctlinnr for Children. Too much i are cannot. be uaed tn solrctinir a tough medicine (or chlldran. It should be pleasant to take. ? ontaln no harmful substnnco and be moat effec tual. Chamberlain's Cough Hemcdy meets thesv requirements and l? a favorit...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

what the |wd* nctnnlly com, mm wr *>111 c?t ltd ?Iii4i pHer* lo *41 tbr atork aod *rll U qnlok. 11, MHDt (MM 9J.OO will do the ii i i rV II f t* m*t vhentrrr. By no mmm* mlw UUi ?.rniul Op|?or. tunity. We nrc rr-Bwrkliv tlw fMKh ?U prkw that will be tlM> talk of Ronnoko roc i<mk W p will chin uprrancT In valurri'hy for M niilfn ar-ouml ?ml Railroad fare paid to purchasers of $1CX or over within a radius of 20 miles. 111-113 West Campbell Avenue Roanoke, Virginia KOHEN CO., Inc. 111-113 Campbell Are. i Will Place their entire $50,000 stock of high grade merchandise, consisting of dry goods, notions, shoes, cloaks, suits, dresses, waists, muslin underwear and millinery, at the public's mercy for ten Days THE CAUSE OF THIS MIGHTY SLAUGHTER A SALE WITH A REASON ? Circumstances- l.r ombmed to make this sale advisable at this time of the year. THE BACKWARD SEASON and DISASTROUS WEATHER eonditionThave created a condition which has never occurred wit., js be...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

ROANOKE HANDS TWO fW?|?fO COLTS OoaWfU Were Good Ones, Which W.aa the Bright / Feature, But Their Loss Place? Roanoke in Third Pocket. Loaing * dual rn?mrm?ni before a - throng of Iim who ware looking for at leaat on* victory, in the a?d tale of the bti, i,all ooatMta at the yard yeaterdny afternoon. It waa ? .well hftemoon for the double header, and -a good crowd gathered to watch tha ^ Performance*. . Both game* were good onra, and no one had % kick coming aa far aa tha ?In* hut drop. WHIM la on* afternoon SUfe7t.&? '2i5 -*** ,h,nl the ? ' 10 **? r*"*h*d by affajlT flfrt1 if*.?" WM * twelve Inning being the battle ?V"1 wa?*' batwaen Brown and '4llt?'inH^,? *^I '."r* f""hlon ?bat ??? iJ^miSmXSiL "TaSSSST. mrt* MulL'St O'1'1 ,h? "r" ??"?? K"SLiS" *?"??? ?hl iSc&T; ?&*? r,,,t"s ,h"haM>< m take Wa" tt fBt*' mla' WayhM^nM,?rlmrwWM *" th" colta hi? .t^rr ri-K ,n h"v,n* our hoy* on n?a atalf right from the Jump; and th# jt* w?. V^...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

?lit Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA I - Board oT Italtfe Ftmr* a Bad tea for Virginia's Summer Rirhmond. Va.. May 28 ?Scattered r?p?rt> for the current month. re-' calved during the last few days hy the State Board of Health. Indicate that early typhoid fever la prevalent in many parte of the State, and that tm* j mediate and widespread precautions are me?ary to avert a bad typhoid While no aerfoua outbreaks have! reported during the last month. th? board la eotnewhat alarmed at KSe frequent report of caeee in various counties and eepeclaUy at tha . information riven by physicians who yWty there la much more typhoid In the State Bian during the aama pe-1 Hod last year. A apecial warning on the subject ??? iafued *e?terday by the board :| "*V/e dot hot wish ler alarm tha people 'W the commonwealth, but we fsel that the reporta reaching ua during the iast?te,?.:4aya give genuine cause Cor apprehension. Typnoid rever la already to be found In many parta of til* State and...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

C The successful man bearing a good reputation is usually _r_u_ C Conservative, but not blind. C Modest, but not meek. ? Frank, but not a fool. C Persistent, but not stubborn. C Saving, but not a miser. ?L Economy encourtj" all th? bMttr clement* of manhood, a You can at art In on this road with ll.oo, at thU bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK -X Rouoke, Va. CAPITAL J . IVftPLDI AXO V!*DIVIDED PROFIT* MM1* " MARKETS Wall Street. May 3?.?No Important change* war* shown at tha opening today. Reading. Smelting and Amalgamated Copper advanced fractionally; alight declln?a In Steal and Southern Pacific. "losing QnotaikMic?New York JukJl. 3* m si .5* Amri copper. Am BeetBugar. km Car and Mr u Cottoa Oil.. Am lc*Seeur>. Am Uiinit -.y Am LoCMnntlt# Am tmelt A Re/, MS Am , 101 i5gfX?:::{gx Am Tohacce .. tn Anaconda M Co. M AtehMoa i.. Atcbtaon i??t . Atlantic C Una IBS l'ai?o a Ohio .. * hethlehem i?teei *2S br^oklrn K. T.. JW-, Caw. Pec 1?'S ftp1 co? nip...111111 Corn Product*.. njj -R. (i...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 29 May 1913

RENNETS Cash Stores Ctiurch FOR FOR JBilsiness FOR FOR Office- * Outing Stein-Bloch Clothes , Will meet your requirements. They . are so well made, so earefully handled, that they offer you the BlSST VALUE in tho READY -to-WEAR WORLD. W. R. HANCOCK CO. ,V _ Suapuon to OBO. W. PAYNE 00. Ki 40c Small size 20c Just a Saving Of 25% We save you from 10 to 40 per cent on all purchases made at our I'hain of seven stores. TOMATO Pl**T?. $1.00 p?r !?#. Trnn*plant*d stand- j varUtiea Shipped anywhere by nprut. FAtiLOK, Florlat. Roanoke. Va. The Fixologists. We are the originator* af . thta term, and et*o the originators of the suMfa o( tWif.ejrlnjf old piano*.heda, heat. e?nlpiw?d ughoiatefrinc. repairing, tellahtiw and reflnlshlng department* n the.Btaiei?jWf reepeetfully renueet the puTOc Co ?ell ?ee the wonder- , ful transformations we have made of nld. discarded' piece* of furniture. We also <lrti in antique*. brlc-a-brac, etc. MOROAN A AROENBIUOHT. 114-11* Kirk Avenue. W. . Ph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

I THE WEATHER. continued warm: pro bab* cloudt followed bt VOL. 47?No. 131. * first came today an easy one,for the tigers *."? ??.'* 4$- '* ? . _ ;,VV - V^- ? .-V it ? Wvi"- ' *' " B7XBD JIT THX BOX MAKES VICTORY SUBX floors, Four to One?Clean Playing Marks Contest i With Fanning Pinches at' Many Point*?Locals Had Proposition on Ioe^See j ond Round This Afternoon. RESULTS OF OTHER GAMES 119 STATE BiMk PnmIt'i totpwdt cot their n?tm? from the healthy Shipbuilder? thla morning In a little abut-out performance. 4 to I. KM (k?wtl MM good artillery tactics with Ma urai lmpr?Mtri> and fvtilv# bl?<?rt. Hull culled the defeat for the wiitli aOUr ?!???, walk las four n?a and striae blta EiiUaMtaM of de?Oondolfee war* heard to laeu* from the llpa of Hanattr Matkewi whra that gentlemen fall** #t? oMar eeiond it the sixth, allowing Otna to steal there oa a bunt. V The came by Innlnge wai as folFIRST INNINO fIrn half?Oodolfee at art a the ruaUsa tune t?r flh i i>...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

CILINO CERKMONT ttr?mo?l?i were of ?*e character. baglaalag ia* cation by Father Cbld- *?* chaplain of the 111?fclP- Other load lac parti->nunander-in-chief of the! m. Governor Halnee, of! ?jnor 8ul?er of Now Vork, Oayoor of Now Vork city. I ^ ot tit* ihaft arc int?*sia??oirrSo2o22r10 whom aad jwatoa rrom It by two park road* *J2 ?*????!?? Cornea by four gardea koaeaa of tho typo familiar in tho ***** parka abroad. Each pair of ?"w coaatltutee a cat*war T*.r? J? ?,}i tho?# gat**- oto itch rt4t of ??-*? J?y with ooata facia* kSLSTlL ?*JLV,?* th* *** w*" *ro af Tenaeaaae A.??1111* bM* ?* * ?lml?top* la front. Phb.> one) ? depart aad around*. J At the conclusion of I Father Chid wick de-| nandaome wreath at tho ?mcrtel hi bo half of tha ?? loWMt. Similar *g* war* proooatod by laia?a far tha Stat* of iu.'ZSSr **"" H ?J part of, tho moaumeat | ot a pyloa 1S^*31 foot, j th. with panels oa It* Is flanked by two co-l *k.-w th* Atlan- ~~ fr," Pacific oceana. *ugc*etiv* ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

Soda Drinks That Please If you tr? fond of Soda Watar. ba wt? to vtaU our fountain, whsra you will bo ?rrad arltkooollas drinks th?t Mtliflti and plMM. Wo MA oonro you and aarva yop WCLL* bacauao wo hava tho equipment. ImwMio and axporlsaeo naceaaary* to tho conducting of a fountain la a thoroughly up-to-data way. OUR FRUIT JUICES aro PURp, oar Soda la sparklla#, cool and wall oarbornatad. Wa aall nothing but tka boat. N . New Specials Every Day Come in and Try Our Praah Strawberry Sherbet * Praah Strawberry Sundae. Pineapple Proat Pineapple Boa Boa. , , Walnut Sundae. . NAblaco Sundao. Banana Spllta. Special Egg Drinks. < 'ho< Kolato Milk E>rlnka. MUk Shakea. Limeade and lemonade. Purs leo Creams. Ica Cream Soda. Come la sat cool?bring your frlaada Wa can rerve you. McGEE'S PHARMACY 5W5JES". 4*'?? iV"?'* - ?* ?' ? **'-J?vrv-7,; HOT FOE NOTHING, V ? BUT FOR YOUR MONET'S I i WORTH ' DO WE DESIRE YOUR PATRONAGE Ut Us ProTt It to You. TEuraora in. BADTO...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

UMN AJQ> WAR, | mka no prophecy that' Japan ir. What we 1?to said I1 Japan Ut\m sufficiently pro(Mr or COUMIUMMM will not ir baaed largely on fg actios towards RuwU. She B practically ail the ?ho fouI4 bo gobbled a fortnlaht. atfnmwt against Japan* dewar la that she *as no money which to keep an army lu the or a navy on the N*. a matter of (act, Japan haa remarkable progress, especially the Kuuataa war. Her resource? are greater than they ever were, supports a large army and a large of which aha has to feed. We when newspaper* insist the lack of finances or fear of 1)1 compel Japan to| shy of hooiliUes, we aro unable, d the aourcc of their reaaoning* i have no upprehenaioa as to mortca can do. Not a nation globe can disturb the fouadaof our empire ar seriously tnour plena In other quarters. M* i? Mi't prove that Japan 'It la history and c*pews maat study, aad hlehotfc teach that *ra randy to "scrap" they%think canoes justify it, tksjr further teach that the big' ??d resou...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

PLAYER PIANOS ON EASY T&RMS NO MOTKI TO I1QH RIAIOKE MUSIC C0* ' C. T. JKNNINQH. 117 w. Campbell Ave. STRIKING Dm Pots atover, ? jtoudc man Involved In- dlwrdiri growing out of a rtriko of driver* for L Cutognl, tho grooor. Wtdawdiy, wm lined tit In poller court thin marnlM on a thwi* of llwrdftty conduct. Tho defendant we* r?pr*i?M?d by?Attorney R. M.l Willis, and more tk?n hnif a doaon men prominent In labor circle#, w*rol inlirntid vpMUtnra In tbo court room" durlnr the htarlnf. It appear* that atover waa dle-<-har?rd by J. H. Avent, raunager of the c'atognl at ore. for *n aliened- Infraction of rwlea. loiter otlfep driver* Joined the dlaeharged lad in a atrtke. According to Mr. Avent, tha-Acat- wltrr**, ynunp Stovef- mm* to the atora after he waa dlaeharged and acted In 4 disorderly manner by curatnir In th* presence of India* and applying a vile opUbot to hi* former employer. Another wltneaa teatirted aa to Su*. ver'e disorderly conduct and aald an omeer ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

. X ? uit Early You *11 he dressed in corrcct>styl<rfor any place in .the world, if we have the*opportunity to put some of our clot lit* 8 on you. We have the corstyles here for men of all ages; voting V special fashions are* u feature of our haffner and Marx B #? & are free from-all localJideas; they Ye cosmopolitan styles; goto!l anywhere in the world where well dressed men a rennet. Our purpose is to see tliat men-who cometfosns for clothes arc properly ^dressed. Jt!s a great stock .we^have to?offer you, and we hope you'll come and see it, even if you don't buy ^anything. Let us t show you our suits at $20 and $25; then you can look^at others, at more or less, as you please; we'l^do exceptionally well for you at those prices. New hats, new shirts, new neckwear, underwear, gloves, hosiery, .hand bags?suit cases and Neverbreak trunks; att-rhe thingstmen need at your service. ROANOKE'S BOOM ~ . > - JN BUILDING YET ? L, TRESSES ONWARD raSj...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

fcoanplrs Playa Aaffad Ball, Oardia PlteM a Oraat Oama, Bat Was Accorded MUerable Support?Qaaaa * "Comedy of I w?'? *11 rttil about ball x'nii'? lo*t through a "oontdjr of *rrora" i but a ''comedy of error*- would not, < ? trntf deacrlptlon of yesterday's MUWIitlon. The Tlfara got a running atari. three nana In the flr?t. Wia war# (Ivan pitching that will win aim oat *JI tha time, but la the fhce of this encouragement lha Tiger* "blew" and the tall enders won the first Oombat. If waa a fearful eahlhition of the national paet time, hat at that It look the Shipbuilders eleven Inning* ? la win. TfOBRS GET ItmtNINO START. The TTgera |ot a flying start In the first inning, poshing three runs acroee the plate by anm* clean hitting. McCraken bat out an Infield top to aecond and went to the keystone sack on % passed hall. Preset} singled to short. McCrakan safe at third on tha play, which was made *t third. Olnn singled to canter. McCraken scoring, sad vhen Oeyer allowed the ball...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 30 May 1913

dress shields again. Odorono keeps your arm-pits just as fresh and DRY and natural as the rest of your body under all cotodtNo more faded or soiled DRESSES ud no more odor, a bottle today frea your TaMet Dealer or tke ODORONO CO* Cincinnati. Ohio. DELEGATES BUCK \ FROMNORFOLK Mr*. J. Harry Martin and Mr*. Sarah Rodrlck, reprcnentinK Martha . Washington Council No, 1, Daughters of Liberty, Mrs. J. J. Whlttlngton, St*t? associate secretary; J. W. Camper and Mr*. Amelia Fraslisr^jpast oftlcer* returned from Norfolk yesterday. where they attended the two day*' meeting of the Daughters of ; Liberty la annual convention. The _. meeting closed Wednesday evening. Returning delegates report a delightful frip to the eeaabore and an IntirwUng meeting throughout. - , Officer* were elected Wednesday at the closing sesaUUL-and installed by .national Councilor McFartand. Following the' installation, a gold Jewel and a handsome cut glass dish were presented to Mia Emma T. Chiles, of Richmond, retir...

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