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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

t^'SLjT ifr wS^d5^ ?! VOL. 40.?No. 81. 16 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, YA? TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 3, 1 922. PRICE THERE CBNT 8 BASEBALL IS QUESTION OF DOUR IN A Y. ' y _______ Shorter Series Expected to Lower Total Attendance, But Reservations Long Sold Out?McGraw and Huggiqs Both Confident?? Q Hint Leader Predicts Better Brand of Ball Than Last Year. New York, Oct. 1.?(Br The Associated Press.)?The New York r- Giants and Yankees, standardbearers of the National and American Leagues, were tuned to con eert pitch today In final workouts In preparation for the opening tomorrow of their second successive struggle for premier baseball honors. The Giants were victors last pear In a tensely fought world's aeries that lasted eight games. The laurel this year grill go to the team winning four out of seven. With a shorter series, attendance records ware not expected to exceed last year's hlah mark?MM 77 paid admissions for eight games, but ledlcattona pointed to capacity demands Club official! l...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

TWO CADE OF ORPHANS Pythian Chancellor Says Order Should Take Stand Along With Others on State Basis. i Portamosith. \'a Oti, 3.?r<|ly The t Associated I'ri m > ? Knights of I'yth* C?wa of Virginia arc urged to aitumi the responsibility of taking care of 1- orphan* and the aged who havc'speclal claim* on the order In the anRUl report of It. Mercer I tart man. ' jprgnd chancellor, which will be aub; tnltted to the Stme grand lodge meeting In Norfolk. Thursduy, made pub* t tic today. "I am hopeful." the grand chanceli lor atatea. ' that as the last Supreme i Hodge declined to accept li aa an In* ' tot-national responsibility, that v.-e in Virginia should shoulder the burden along?I. - **r! ***= or?ler*?of?taking care of our aged and our orphana In , a definite way " The grand chancellor recommend* that a committee he named to formulate a definite method of underwrll* ing the project. * He declares that the action of the last grand lodge ufflcera by abiHiah"Ing th...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

EXPECT LIQUOR KILL BE JARRED FROM II. S. SHIPS forthcoming Opinion From At torney General Will Settle j Thif and . Other Prohibi- i tion Questions. ] ?r Robert Toayklu. - (iMclil Dispatch to tha itoanoka World-New a, Copyright. 1??J.) Washington. Oct. S. ? Although ln Hit and atlll coins atronc 22 **? ;<.*?? United States hipping Board. Johnny Walker's 4*X*f*t9 numbered under Lilt AiiivrL? Word haa percolated through shipping circles both bar* and to M?* *ork that Attorney tieneral Duushorty baa decided that the sale of liquors on American ships must stop, . ad Brat of all rauat atop on tb* vedseU controlled by tb* United Htatea government. The formal, opinion la .the matter ba* not been drafted as yet. but hipping board officials are prepared for the adverse decision and of course, will carry It out to the letter once It la promulgated. Tb* order discontinuing tb* sale probably Mill come down Ibrougb the l'resident. Ueodbye Kererer. Johnny Walker, Old Taylor. Oscar I'epp...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

It SOCIAL ANC MRS. J. W. SH ' Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M P r P(Wl. ' Girl < Itmhlwx l.aMrr. To seti* the Ho?er she thinks is Erxl - fa Ir Ifllw dsnres up the l. a tun* atnlr. Km the UKh on steps of rclden air. I I?- Aft?l If sire jo.*? f?-e- flow.ee by jAud If >hr pa??**p the lU'Wcr lf># I V'ho cuuIl1 ii uroui li her bilterlvY She Is a bird whuit life Is wings;! Ik* loves, a little, Tiian.v things? to* Swift to leave remembering*. (OeArthur Pavtson Flckc, iti Vanity F*?? f I.\TKHK*T1M* WKnUIXCr , < allawa;-Knglefer. The attar of Greene Memorial Metheln Church was converted into k garden of beauty with paltna, ferns ind white dahlia* for the marrlngk ?f Mir* Minnie Englehy do Mr. Flanlata Brown Callaway, which took litre thla morning at 11 o'clock. Mra. Ash by Corell presided at the rgan and rendered an Informal I musical program while the gucsta sere assembling. Just before >M entrance of the bridal party. Mrs. Joseph Chit wood ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

Immense Tl Auditorium The Rev, B # More than six thousand man. women and children pushed and w crowded their war Into the Cltr Auditorium last night to hear Billy OUUUU.J, wno stopped off In the dtp for n few hoars on his war to Lynch bur*, where ho Is coodsctlns s six wooks revival sorrleo. "Billy" was at his boot and had tho buildin* in an uproar from start to InUh. Tho mooting, which was under tho ausplcoo of tho Btlly Sunday Club and Virginia Ashes Business Women's council, was run off la true Sunday stylo. Tho ushers handled the Immense crowd to perfection and tho son* service before and after tho sermon was one of the best over hoard la the city. IT1;' . Rodebedver, tho well known song leader of tho Sunday evangelistic work, conducted the song service and "Bob" Matthews performed on , the piano. uicvuni upencu WUCD xvpatiheaver, Mr?. Aeher. Miss Kinney. Matthew*, and Peterson took tbelc pl*ces on the stage. Mrs. Sunday was not with the party. TkuUu Party, Dr. Ralph W. Drown, p...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

Bit Roanoke World-News fcalaMUbdl 1M>? ?OAN>Kl. VA PtWiM t?rr Dt; EicOl Suodv I n*KS WORU) CURIUKATIO.N. tln>> Roanoke. Va ~ > rrSinTulix. Edttof. BkflMttaU N*w?p?;*r PubiuhWre" AIMflltKH ^pMhm Nrvtpaier Ibibilahara' AaaodaUoo Tbr Ae>odatc<S Preee Ao<M Uuroau ot Ctrrulatloa Kim lo I X 1H I> r rn>ub'uiuo?rtof all M dm>?'c'<? crt.ntcd lo It or oot onwiw credited in tbi* paper and also Mm local oe?r? ptibl fti?l brrvia roT; eigTT rkiresentaTIVK FWralick A ll?tr* loo. K'w T ork and Chlcaao I'lattrKd *l rr.trTsi^T at Roanoke. Virginia. ? S^wq 1 C!u> Mall Matter , RATF.9 ijT~advance ' It taut* i r ?n # parable to carrier. 5' 90S* per rrar e?r*t>* at tba offhw. BT MAIL Mr rear ... S3.00 / Pally. at* month# . J9?.30 J>ailr. three month* ..Cl M) "Dally, one mooth SO.30 ? telephones 1 Dunn* the Dae d All Call* .3142 At Nlsbt Ft . ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

Sui (Published b; SAlur* i*?J WJLUAJI rAU|A ULOT M. W. L. S. lit. Soft. P^fwwam ?_TE* Marth* . Washington Liurtrr r ..U " n*xt WSetlng on Jrtday afternoon. The 'entire proP*5 *' this time will be d*vott4 to 2X^SSi v ** * ? ' eallsd oh member will inw?r with the of aa O. Hoary story that oho w?*4 "? .? t,rm- Tho program -. ?? wui t? u follows: ^ -^.P.:"0piuard!,n*--- ?f~a H*nrr S?How tha story of Jlmmle TalonU1* J25* nrlttaa?MUdrod Haynolda. ^Tho I)u pi lofty of Hargravea"? KmhTlne Boons. 4? How O. Henry gathered material for his Mow fork stories"? ' ' * losht Stasia. ??Maalo?Miss Lucille Park or. . ?O. Henry's Ufa In prison?Kllsabath Temple ton. 7?"The Trimmed Lamp"?Katharine Duakleberger. An Mpprcci.ition of O. Henry? Annie F. Preston. Although this Ibn't going to bo a Joist mooting. It will be an open meeting and snyona Interested Is Invited *o attend. SCHOOLETTES The M. TV. U 8. isn't tho only society in school that Is giving a play. Tno girls' ciuo Is going to give "Aunt UoOora'...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

J1QHT i. n sister iiaudsh assinger Mist Corinne Roosevelt RobIntAn \A/rifpc I ptfpr That Rp. publicans Give Publicity <AbinriJt?ii. Oct. I.? Republican kwdquari, : if the Ninth District todqff' Issued ths following elate Tiirs. Corinne r.ooseeelt Robinson, who Is a sister <if Theodore ftooscNli and who is do-ply interested la the welfare of every hunuii beIMS, lust as h< r brother was, writes the follow lug letter. . To II* Wbmen of the Ninth Virginia District: . *1 am writing to you. women of the district In wh.ih John Hassluger Is running for Congress on the RcMhitcun ticket, w-fth u deep Interest ill the success of this candidate. "X know wherof I an, rpeakine when I exhort you to put in office o gi(ini?rt>ira ana ni(a minaea a man mm John Has*:tiger. The Haislnger family stands for the beat American nm that this .country needs. "My lata husband. Douglas Hobson. aad -my - brother. Theodora RaoMMlt. felt that the Hassinger family represe...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

i i. Holston Appointmen Bristol. Oct. 2~?The HoUton Conference of the Methodiet Churcl South cane to a cloee here left) when Plehop Edwin Mouton'a cabinet announced uppvtntmeata for the tornlas y*?r. .... _ r; i1 ?. "ex' 5?*"^ ttM,on * ?? wva. at . of the mornlnr was devoted :?..r7porU *nd tw? or three reaoluVirginia appointments follow:. _ WjrthotrllU LMstrlet?D. P. Harley E' i^s R,d** * <* Fry, tepply Cedar Hpnn^r. C. H. Wrl?&tjtil]|. wmit' S" i H*"; CoTeton. W. R wieSt. u9?Ly-! Craelc. D. a rrilf j v J?**** w . *- ??? : p^-drvrs^issp^ssssi SOfev^aaiL^rei tiJSf'T J" S- M*F*??rinr: Hurnl Re .. Tn#lti Rural Retraai Vlr?.ttlSn W Sprln* Va le* TSsa'sasl. s.,R,. wit c,^nf#r,n,c*: ' M- Surhman, to the KlM-Ma conference; ?. D. Uabert, to w*?t Ttxig . ronftnnce; C. D. to the Northwest conference, Taaewe l District?W. a Hendricks, P. ?js H.!fast. W. D. Larrowe; BolelB5^W.uBr^ !?<*??& supplied) ;Carbo, Mission. i. jr. K? 11. Hupply; Cwtl.wcod an...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

is OFFERED ON If YANKEES TAKEN p- Players of Both Teams In Oood | ? Condition ? Giants Have Stronger Ontfield. I Mr Jo*a H. KMlrri) By Sprcial l.? asrd Wire to th? Roa f tioki World-New*. Copyright, 1122.) New Tork. Oct. 3?The players who are to take part In the world series practiced a Utile today as they did ron Monday. They called It a workout. Is was more a mental than a physical wuikuut. If the players hank around prior to the first day of the.Kama and do netlnrt experience has shown they sare inclimd to think about what may happen. ManaKers prefer that they retain all their thinking ability until the series actually begins because some of them arc shy on thought yl)<n it is needed In the games; Miller llugKins. manager of the Tanks. to il the writer today that ao fur m he could tell at present, he would start his wily veteran Bullet Joe Hush against the Oiants in the first game. Met* raw still la holding his probable choice of a moiuidimM a deep dark srrret- Of- cou...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

IMMENSE THRONG PftCKS AUDITORIUM TO GET THE REV. BILLY SUNDAY '} (CoaUOUed from Pa*e FlVe.) ? ... i . VA4. 7QV rails*' tf' jrw' .ha*ethe frUndehtp -of Um Christ whjo looked after Matthew, the custom House clerk, anl it* helped Uydla sell dry foods- He ppened a bakeoy and ..... mrMi n the wilderness oat there In As.* Minor to (h4 ?.H? people who h?d Mm? out to bMr him , preach. Ho counts the hairs of irpar Bead aa carefully aa li.ough tb?y war# coronation plumes. He know how many locusts there ware la the Krpttan plague. He knew how ny ravens were necessary to keep Klljah'a pantry fall of good things to eat by the brook. Theresa nothing that ao Interferea with sin. la ao ruinous to every fore* of established wrong, la nothing that has such a tendency to torn the world upside down ea Christianity. The wor d la wrong side up. It skJ? to he turned upside down in order that ft might be right aide up. There was a time when men wrote apologise for Christianity. Wt want no apologies - for C...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

[my marriag ! Adclc Garrison' Revelation Copyright. iass. fcr N??? What /? Smith ? T LBIlan proposal to Send tVie /X man ealtrif himself Smith back t? tho Kororean country In which he to< held royal rank, we heard a choking |MU? soond. and raw every b't of color irals from bis face, and a look of stark. Bgmtsed terror creep into his eyes. **oond or two he made a valiant effort to mirnnng hark the a rrora nt p*?- which had been hi*. hut Lillian'* proposition evidently ha'1 h?en tro etar wring a blow, for there ram# from hi* white twitted !lj>? only the word a. low poken. entreating: . "Not there. Not there." ( Lillian flaahed a comprehending. ?!getflcant look at Allen Brake. and he geaumed the taak of grilling Smith. ' I "The propotal apparently doea not ffrlk* yrvn favorabty. your highness." be drawled 'hind fmm what I hare r* beard of your little artlyltiea when you (Were In power. ^ do not wonder/* Let * k*a I>ldn*t they attach a little nobrjbwet t...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

DON'T LA' * T HE WORLD NEWS 'CutiM adyorttalap ratr* T? a tin* coimtlop 0 word* to tkt Um. DtaaUy iliwIIH Ma ptr lack. All cla?10*4 MMrtWM ?Wetiff. ?Mk la advaaca. v ' 0pmipf 6a*h rata* to laor-laraa adf ?rnimi ?a inIImiim. * Cask aud moobww all octaltown ofdm. Mladaaaltcatloo* a?t par a* It tad. *? nil or haatp black-Ucad lyp* pnallUd All adwitiaaua aia mok tfer haatu?i off tea by I AO p. m. tor pat'lc* Uon out mom lap; Saturday* - raujiB BIK. i , \ A THOUGHT FOR TODAY SonHione bu Mid. "A. .Ilttl* leer Ding Ul a dan- geroua thing." A little advertising Is expensive. Out continuous advert leing. tho' H la little, bHngs botne the bScon. YOU'VE LOST If you hareo't consulted M. T Co. before buying your Pall Toga. MITCHELL TAILORING CO. gan AUTOMOBILE* #? ?**<> TOR SAIJC? Ford lUecr. 9100; I MUM Miito?o,?. 9T>. Pkoeo fi+i. TT9* doocp Tor;Ri>ui. cota oMaiaoeicoi # dilion. 931 r..0? CMk. PmiW'a dirts*. oeracr Hrao St. ?*d Luck An. Bmi WIU. t93? ...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

PVotJRTKKN| Business Today 8*alntea rt*? of the pant week . ftvraltd a striking contrast tn the ^HHitlon of the markrii mn?l sens!**! to world Condition*, amrcf those I Which are most directly affected l?y the domestic situation The former howad much ur.settlcrnent as a reaolt of the uncertainties attending recent itvrlorrotpls lp the Near Kast Thg Securities and foreign exchange V Markets were reactionary, and grain and wheat prices continued to fluctuate. according to the chnracter of the dull'. reports from the centre of dls- I turbance overseas. On the other hand. | retail trade took its seasonal spurt I under the etimuljj* of cooler weather. sna Dtitiness lr our eeconuary marietta wat reported n* generally better. The latest report on car loadings howrd the largest volume of freight offering* for the year, and there *ai furt her expansion fn the output of I the eteel mill*, which are now better supplied with coal The eteel industry Is more hampered at present from ^ck of box ca...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

j Market and Fi ML SI. KEEPS FIRM SHOWING * Special' Operation! Aside From European Politics Ap parent?Oil* and Indue, trials Strong. Mr rntmmwt r. WmI (By Special Uut4 Wire to the Roanoke WorMNewa.) Wall St root, Naw York, Oct-t?For tho continued strength la today's Stock market the Turkish news waa the raaaon which lay moat on th? surface. Bat It waa hard to a?t thla down as the principal cause. when the other markets w?re ao uureeponThe foreign exchanges did little one way or the other, neither did English and French government bonds. These markets, In which International banking-opinion la qoit clearly re> acted, were evidently satisfied with the recovery of the previous day, that thla had been ample recognition of the better outlook for peaae In the Near East. Another interpretation might well have been that the nkarkets of the world pot bavin# allowed themselves to be upset over the "Turkish crisis" of n week aso. were not exhibiting any undue elation over the rioap...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 October 1922

ft STXTKES THREE YOUTHFUL NIMRODS SPEND ' AWjfEJN CITY Journeyed All the Way From Hew York to Hunt Deer and Bear With .22 Cali bre Bifle. . The deer nnd bear hunting season In these parts must not have come In yet. think three little boys who came all the way from New York to rest ujr and maybe kill a little of that sort of game If there was any. Or If'It hits, there are not any deer and bear here to be killed, and this it not the KO<>d hunting ground that it was once, say in the time of Daniel Boone. This, however, could not deter the young adventurers and they went west, or were going In that direction when a little thing happened that caused them to tarry id Koanoke a while against their. Wlshcg. They were tired of New -York and Wanted to go somewhere. One had a .22 caliber rifle and all threa had' money. They got a map and nicked out the place where they thought the deer and bear would be moat numerous. That was Bedford. With the rifle and railroad tickets ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

"7," ' ' ' I ' ' ' f 1-4 ' TODAY'S NEWS TODAY* H ^5fT\ | S~\ U . O WEATHER FORECAST issbs (MJC "JS CTD^ VOL. 40.?No. 82. 16 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 4, 1922. PRICE THREE CBNT8 buKi m r - * Many IN otables A Pershing; Christy ? Where Th< Nationals: Bancroft, ss. Groh, 3b. Frisch, 2b. $ Meusel, If. Young, rf. Kelley, lb. Stengel, cf. Snv/t?r + I ??^ f V. N.ehf, p. < Score By Innings Giants *'. , . Yankees < . . Polo Grounds, N. Y? Oct. 4.?(Br New York teams?Giants and Yank* family flrht fnr the hnnnn nf th, . thousand spectators made -up ot local of town, flocked to the Polo Ground tween the winners of the National am an armistice sine* last October, when bag and hafiaia It waa an Ideal day for the came, leas sky and there waa a mlld-sammei "If thla weather holds we eball se key, the Yankee hnrler, "for yon cai 1 Soupboaee." New York took Its world's series bound to win, anyhow, sad there.wa sections In. the upper grandsta...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

Good Road; Get Togeth Expected T ft i.-- ~ A. Of C. Boards 1 To Work For An , Extra Session i .. r>?f!n.te a^tici in regard to road Improvemer.t v*s taiten at a meeting . VI inc III* II >1 MI "Uiimurr anu PUkrn of Director* of the Association of ?*otnm?rre he'd In the Association offices at It o'clock this morning. A coinmmw was appointed to lend very effort toward the calling of *i he toti-ul f-esslon of the l>eglala '.ture tor lhe consideration of the J1 S.o"0 ?<'0 bond issue for hotter roads In VImIiiia Several matter* >.f importance were disposed of. In" addition to the discussion on the-road eltuatlon. which c-oti * u m < d the gentler part of the morning. It w a* decided to endorse" the lloanohe t'oMcife movement, the aucec*? of w hteh will mean much to. thin cltv frun> a commercial stand- j point, a* wet; a* from a standpoint of pure sentiment. It wa? decided to call a membership meeting of the Assoc...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

r~f~: ,' , ' i; Yi ' WOMAN SENATOR' .1 IS AN OPTIMIST 1 (Confidence In Future of Worn'anhood?"People Must Be f C Good Because They Want To.'.'. *. t ???. / Cartersvllle. Qa? Oct. 4/?(By Th? AMon?tf>i rms.)?"A woman who haa lived to bs elsht jr-aer*n and still retains her optimism ovsr the out* look tor human control In America oannot help but realise that It is . not so much a question of laws to govern men and women as It Is a question of enforcements . This was the statement * of Mm W u ?.i.? ? ? who dm bt(om* ta? fit woman United State*.Senator. m? ahe declared at her home Here today that ahe la succeeding the lata Senator Thomaa E. Watson without Penciling" herself over aucb - que#, tlona m the tariff, the bonus and the faat disappearing flapper type of girl. 1 . - "Qood laws and good law-makera." aha continued. "we already have. I. (hall not atrtveto win glory Tn atates* Mttshlp. It oqly 1 can aid In making men and women live cleaner, sweeter and more wholesome Uvea,...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

f ; r * Ejtock ' ' I SOCIAL' .AN! MRS J. w. sa Office Hours': 9 to 10 A. M I Utini. * %'f" Hill* stars. It*' iad?*n ship*, k Jjith cabin UK)''* aglow, pbl on the murky sea* of night ^ To ports where star-ships go. Ml little star* are c:?m p.flres lit ^ OH iDn'r high li 11 ut111 k ground pK Ht>i,r hand# that calmly pass The fcathired around. lltlle star* wh.te Iilllce are. I Set In ti^ in Jit light. (Arid painted by n burning brush Akalnat thi velvet, plght. the little ?lar>? I wish that th?y I In Heavens high abode JU'ere only lamp-lit cottage* Along * valley road, i -^-Hurjea. in New * ork Tribune. Mr. and Mr., H. A. (tlaagaw directed la City. Mr. and Mr* W. A. Glasgow. of. I hiladelphia. 1'a.. former reaidenta r>f this <-tt\ are- < xpected in Roahokc tbla eveyiinir Mr and Mr*. Lu 'an H. Coekc will r. tiler lit n a few-.of Sir. and-.Mrs. Glasgow's intimate frlenda at dinner thla evening at 7 o'clock. at their | home Cockspur. O...

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