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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

TIGERS SHUT OUT BY FRISKY COLTS On ? heavy field the Colts found the going to their liking, while the Tlgerti floundered around In lielpleea faahIon before the hltl?aa pitching of Harry Clrlffln. Only two Tlgere-reach-ed firet. Ixifttt* both tlmra on error* Orlfftn'* work ??? perfect. lie did not allow the semblance of a hit. Bo fret* p****? did ho leetia end no hit batsman Ilia work wan gilt edttcA while Tolaon. hurling for Our Hoy * wee like a leader of a red faced tribe, wild, en much ao that In almoat every Inning tha t'olte got on without having to hit the ball. Kive phsmom did the Mobile recruit borne and two other Colte ware bracked In the alatn by hie darting shoots. which had a tendency to do everything but get over the plate. Tolaon hjiri lot* of muff on the hall ?nd when he did net the |>||| ovar hie work waa fairly effective. but Ills wlldneae had him Iri a hole nil the .time ? nd paved the way for the Colta* victor)-. It wan Impossible for the Tiger* to win I...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

"The LIFE of a uagon is what cc+nts ?that'* why I buy a Studebcthcr" "That's reasonable, isn't it >** "A wagonihat doesn't last is expensive no matter what price you psy for it." "Suppose you buy three wagons, one after the other, and the three of them don't last as long a* one Studebaker?which i* the best bargain?" "I didn't find this out myself. I heard mv grendfather *arit ? feed many year* age. He said He had proved that it paid to Luy a Studebaker. 1 followed hie advice to Qjy own satisfaction.'* "A wi|OB can't have Kfe in it unless it Km the material and wwk and finish in it The Studebaker people have been making wMtlii for sixty years. They ought to know how to make wagons right?and tbey do. They have the reputation because they've produced the good*. Thay don't put the name Studebaker on sstil the wagon's right, and whsa you see the name Studebaker ee ? vehicle el say Kind it is your insurance of quality." "That's whv I buy a Studebaker. I trust a Studebaker wit o...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

CThe man without a Savings or Checking account in like the man without reserve power. NHe ia "All in", at the timer : * C If'you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that comea with having money in the bank; Try it. One dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Roanoke, V?, CAPITAL AND FXDIVIDCD PROFITS MMMJ Stock Market. Wall Street, June 2?.? Large buying order* for speculative leader* were on hand at market* opening. Th* Mat responded with (he general upward movement. " Additional gain* were retained for only a brief Interval. Large offering* ?ent the !l*t down rapidly. Speculation became dull later whin the market began hardening. . Closing Quotation*??w York Stock 5fc AMI l Copper M\? Am A*tI ?& AM Fr?? ??1C*T Am Can Am Can. ntl . ft Am Car ?n1 fdy 42*? Am Cottoo Oil. * Am Ire fleeori. 21 Am Lint?ed *S Am LociraotlT* *9 Am Fs At d Ref MS Am 8 & R. pM . W 3* Anf :r?rM 10? AM Tel A Tel IMS Am Tobacco.. IIS Anaconda M Co. ?S Atchison ...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 26 June 1913

in County Snaps / *- 1 Fresh from the vines by the wagon loads, at all our Cash Stores Today. The Gallon Watch our low price announcements SnooMion to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. Feel comfortable and correctly dressed. A Stein Bloch Suit is right in fabric, tailoring, and style.. Choose front ouf big assortment ^ at ; , $20.00 ui $25.00 We've Mohairs and Linens that fit?the kind not found in other shops. W. R. HANCOCK CO. #>11 HtMitk ( Mm iw in pe*ftrtt ('?>?? Driaklui at Btcktr^. fX)V?r? of MITH Who have be.rn tin(Jttitnily effecterf In the past, can now ot only bid fare*r?U to nervouaneaa. uitekt. Irritability. r?rtlfo and palItaOon of thr heart, but to ilMpl?Weaa, mm well, when drinktn* coffee. - . Evers' Vacuum Procaas Coffee la purst coffee of superior quality, mechanally treated, without detracting from k? tasts. while improving the coffee tt-or and eliminating all Injurious ef?cta. Only at Backar*a ? WRBOHC MHjai'BTft. U Klllsrney Roses, Sweet Peas, or 1-lly of Va...

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

VOL. 47?-No. 155. JOHN SKEITON WILLIAMS ON REFORM OF CURRENCY BEFORE MARYLAND BANKERS YESTERDAY First Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Presents His Views on the Country's Financial System and Argues to Show That Measure Before Congress Will Be Advantageous to Industry ? Government Supervision a Valuable Feature ? Striking Comparison With Supreme Court and Interstate Commerce Commission ? The Stock of Oold In America Increases Rapidly ?Conditions Generally Favorable to Abolishing Old and Dangerous Methods and Substituting Changes Endorsed By Democracy. HIGH STANDARDS FOR WORLD'S ACTIVITIES Washington. D. C., Jun* II?John Skelten Williams, first ualfUnt secretary of the treasury tonl?bt at the annual meeting of the Maryland "Banker*' Association at''Blue Moun tain Hotiae. Rlue Mountain. Md? spoke as "Mr. Prtailfnt and Gentlemen of tha Aeeoctnt lea: "1 feel that you have conferred upon ma not only an honor, but a privilege. by asking me to addiWs you. and at this place and this time...

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

(ContinuedI from r>fi On*.) t'i M? anpaali g Ko?p?rttr ud (rNtiMif and of It* continuing health., to *? that Ita foundations tr? In I him MO. thM all its policies ar* clean. J I d^ mimnwiat of Ita affair* Is, guld*d by eorr*ct and hi?h principle of (Mr 1*1 op*n <Mlln|. I moat UrMI/ Wlmi th* attalnmant of, thM? raaulta to be the single and unltad porpflM of till* administration.; v "Honesty. falrnaaa. stability. consist-1 ency are moat issiatlal fa the da-i pertmant of tha aovarament with; Which X hair* tha honor to b* connect -1 ?d, aad is It* necessarily Intimate relation* with btaktef and finance, th* currency. commerce, and the in-1 dustrlse of th* oountry. T feej justl-! fi?d la saytng that theae principle* will. (cv?ni whatever currency and i banking measure* or proposition* the ?dmiaiatration will lujceit or sup- i ' i port. ft. "I ?In not hara to denounc* or ac-1 cua* anybody or to mak* a political ?pegeh. or to aaaail any party. In some' of th* probleme...

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

VACATION NEEDS AT SPECIAL PRICES. Oolng on vacation you will need a good Hair Brush, Comb. Tooth Brush or Tooth Powder, Pastes or Cream. A good Safety Kaxor Z6o lip. Shaving Crushes, 10c. up; sliavlng Soap. Powder and CrMm. 1? to IJc; Soap Uoxes, Soaps, Talcum Powder*. Wash Kan*, tc; Toilet Cases 6oc up. l'ajws Cases, Bill Hook, Bill Folders, Coin Purses at lowest prices, Sen our lino Toilet Needs?We Have Just What You Need. A few lines of Toilet Water*. 25c up; Perfumss, 50c oa.; Toilet Creams, Cold Creanin. loc up; ToiU-t Powders. 10c up. A tvMi linen of Mum, l>u Pool's Tullrt PrrpsnuluiM. Bath Needs. Bath 8oaps, Hath Brushes, 2fio up: Turkish Towels, 50c; Bathing Caps..,6Ac; Violet Ammonia. 10c; Violet Sea Salt, 15c and 2&c. Sea Salt in 5 pound bag*. 10c, 3 for 23c; Sponges, 10c up; Rubber Sponge*, 26c up. Hand Scrub Brushes, 5c up. - A Fine Line of Stationery. Box Papers. 10c up; TuWtts. 5c; we have Knvelopes 5 and 10c a package. Come In and look over our ...

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

Th. WtoM jSfe News VA. VMLB rmiMUNO CO, IM. Wlft'ijIpAlw PMllNl S. M. Mmrnm. MH?r. ? CVKKENCY BWXIKM tWhen a banker of recognized charIcttr and wide experience assert* confidence in a measure designed to reform America's currency system, peopis generally feel reassured and their reliance upon the strength of <-on(TM Is increased. A banker knows th%t his business la directly affected ] by regulation* controlling the coun- | try's finances and he also knows that I if these regulations be unwise he and) Ilia Interests are sure to suffer. He J therefore devotes time and study t? | an analysts of what Is proposed, strtv-j tat la th* first place to ascertain wbortia his own enterprise will b?' aft acted and In the second place to j learn haw wall or how badly his stock- j holders, depositors, and bond holder* are to fare. Through the very nature of Ilia calling he looks at the reform ' from many polnta of view, and more than any other man is apt to reach ' a correct conclusion....

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

r 3 JjL Ltl tht Children Hav? the Benefit of * Piano?If you fnl-you cannot afford a piano at thla ttmr parhapa yog would like to reot on* from month to month and at any utn* you wwjtd Ilka to purchase tha '.natrument *? will .i|1.>w what you hav? paid *or rental to apply on the purchaaa prtca. Could anything h? fairer? Roanoke Music Co. "NO NOT!-* TO "C\ T. JBhJIMOW. Mfr^ 117 W. Campbell Av?. r Social News llama mt aortal mr prrMnal later?at aan l?? pkuunl la N< mr to tt?.- Iwl't) Kdltar rare of the the V orlri-^tena. I'arik Party. Ml?? Vila.nil -CVMwiHI entertained a >* frli tidn tli'r< rnoi i.i'i* at h? r Kenif. U?,ki r Hull. in Virginia ilel.Ut*. 'ii honor of Miaa lo-aad I.au \ , f.f Tr\??, anil Mian Cornelia MMi'lt, of lllehmond. the irurat* of VIM Helen Hnki-r The visitor* wer? ? '? ii ".!n?rly entcrtalncil on the large t oreh Th?* trornlna anrnt )n ?e?'?t?ork kitil a dainty luncheon ifrvfo at noon. Miaa Caldwell nraa -?tl*t"?; In ent...

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

NEWS from rage five) Ptiuip Bora, or thicbNtir, who ! Milt Of her parent*. Mr nr<! R?f?n, at "Bu?n? VUU." ?roo ot i number of very it nmall affairs. the Intense heat ... J U difficult to entertain un u Wf? M*lr Mr*. D?y4 waa the ?u?it dinner tut evening at the Country b of Mra. O. A. Kerna. Mtu LIU ?aiirtkinrtl a few friend* In honor this morning-, and tonight will bo the (UNt of Mra Labrtnt for dinner. Tomorrow nlu h' If. C. Htophenaon will have Mr aa guest for dinner at her home, la South ItoanoKf. e e e WrUt.l Trip. Mr. R. llolman Willi* and bride have ; returned from their bridal tour, .md ?re at home In the Qatn?boro Aparttinon* , .? C. l( ? ? ? Mra. Paul Graff returned to the city reaterday afternoon from Briatol. where aha waa matron of hontft- at the Patman-Buatlng wedding. WedteeOay night. e * e HHk Baeltal. Mra. Bl W. L Rice w)ll >lr?r?o iny form*! recital tomorrow afternoon at t o'clock, a\ Mra. Lydta LaBaume'a MHwOb on Clarke avenue, a. w. Mi''-' ? ...

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

(Continued from t'age Two.) multtlM a debt to us from thro* to four hundred millions a yoar. "The prcaldwnt of the vloe-presl-dent's bank added that even finance mlnlatar In Kurupc und every linporlant financier ther* had rMU'h?d, after much pondering, the conclualon that the one poaKlblo solution from the Kuropean standpoint ww that Americans must enter the Kurupcan securities market and buy there. ?'Xactly reversing conditions, a* tho only wuy lo our trad* balances. ?'When tho president wrote hla dlagn??H, the American trade baluncu Against Kurope waa conaidarably ninatler than It la now* Thla country's excess of merchandise ex porta over Import* for the ten yeara preceding 1913 had averaged less than fSSS.t 000.000, and for 1??2 wan $478.000,? 000. Yet the president of that bunk, experienced and able financier, estimated our net trade' balance ut three to four hundred million a year after deducting substantially the name Kerns ?u|gMt*d by the .Vice-president eleven years later. H...

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

?( \ ?rl - I rt(iitetl<Mii of ! 1M dtoarunrat of t(rlof biological aurvsyla Which the shootbirds la kllowcd, sut he recently enkcted! migratory bird Uw. ha TO just boon m*d? public by the departmaat. Thoy or* effe ctive as of fl^SSHb)||Mhli>( tho country la | divided Into two aones, northern and; aeathaca. tho dividing line running wholly or In part north of latitude *0 decree* and tho Ohio river. I Tho t*(Bty-0TO ataies Included In jfeS >a?an? Boa* comprise Maine. New JUuapehlro. Vermont. . Maseacbaeetts. , Rhtds Island. CoaneetlCut. New York. Mow Joroer. Penngylvsnla. Ohio. Indiana. IlllaeU. Michigan. Wlwonnln. Mlnaeeeta. Iowa. North Dakota South Dakota. Nebraska. Colorado Wyoming, Idaho Orepn end tVaablagTho twenty-three states Included la ; tho southern Bone are Delaware. Marytoad. District of Columbia. Virginia. Woat Virginia. North and Bouth Carolina. Gear g Is. Florida. Alabama. MIsalaalppL Tennessee. Kentucky. Missouri.' Arkansas. Louisiana. ...

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

"1 A! PETERSBURG IXeraburf. Va . June 2? (Rptrtil, ' !'' |R'>K? dnfrittoil I'eteraburn today, ** " I'fc! ryitian. fur thi- vmltore and" c. i.p.T, for th.- d:il tti? tw irl-' iik Moth mm ?ere in ;c<tod , form, tvrr-vm.in Pitched ?r?m iu%t* ,r th. ? l' . I. ' ll'-H. ! ?'? ? "<??!? K' trt.d ..if with a tallv, ii. fit mi rriirn*. and h?*ul tbih one r; lead until Iht fifth m hen three i* a Untie on i>n||h and an error i ? the viottorn thru? rune. In thej rut tit Ji th? Iftm l? got nnaihfr runner* ii. r.iaa, but t??v vlaitor* regained their i- tn the ninth Mattla land off ? ttli n double to left and went to third on McCraken-* eaorifwe Onrdln wtnk!?"| to i(fft, KcnrtnK Mattis I'erry-' tmm ihotifd hi* rliM in the ?lxthi When..With the ba?o? full nrnl one out,, he pul the w??l ?tuff m the pill nnd ?!lowed th- next batter* to do no | 1 otter than pop-up The local* uaed tun. h hltn>?? in the ninth, but ihla' failed to alter the final reau...

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

LADIES Will never need dreu shields again. Odorono keeps your arm-pits just as fresh and DRY and natural as the rest your body under all coodiNo more faded or wilsd DRESSES *nd no more odor. Get a bottle today front your Toilet Dealer or write the ODORONO CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. Ill HIDDEN IB OF f MC8EINT0 VAllty ' ?? CM?rrk??(i*f liTMtlgatUu la tfcr litfmli. ?( California Irri?atnr? Exaalaatloaa of Rraoirrn ?? k? Coau?t Ssptamber the United Staler Geological Survey bei{an an extensive lnT?*tl|aUon of the underground water {iroblema In tha treat Sacrerr.ento Val?y of California. Oeologlst Kirk Bryan, who was placed In charge of tha work, carried ft on during the fall asrty. .winter and baa Just now aga<fh.?al>.MaahIng16n for ?htf field t? coMm* examination of the valley's water raaourcaa. Tha Bacremento Valley U a broad and fertile plain lying between the Si - I erra Nevada and Coast Ran** and! forming the northern part of the Great .1 0>Valley of Cal...

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Page PAGE ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 June 1913

7 CTheman without ^Savings or Checking account in like the man without reserve power. Ho is "All in", at the time CH you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that comes with having money in the bank; Trv it One dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK Roanoke, V?. CAPITAL .... 92t.90t.09 H'HPLl'S A*D rJTOIVIDED PROFITS MO.Mtt.M MARKETS Will Btr*et. June 17.?In the flr?t transactions ew York ctntrtl'i heaviness was th* dtatingulshing feature ' Trading In the general Hat vaa light , The market did not respond fully to London a advance*. Chances were small being divided between fractional gains and losses (losing Quotation*?New York Stock BicMsi*. Amrl Copper *3", Am A tit ? 4S Am Beet #ug*? 51S ' ~ Can Am Caa, pfd w/% Am < sr and My 411* Am ' ottoa Oil S* A m Ire Secut i J. Am Linseed t% *o L^comotlre 2i A OB ME?ll .* Kef ?1S I e<~efle Get. M Lebl?h Vsller . |S1U L is i*j* M ' r 4 Mt N 1W M k. A T iH* Mo. Pacific DU Nat. Ble?ult ill Nation...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 June 1913

APPLES Hpl^the L/ can 7 for a quarter FRESH RASPBERRIES Recehred Daily from Christiansburg sfp' ?3* *? py. y*. ??>"?* '? I . " [ ' K ' m?mmmmmmm HVzc the quart 2 for a quarter For Your Vacation Feel comfortable and correeth* d/essed. A Stein Bloch Suit is ripht in fabric, tailoring, andstvle.. Choose from our big assortment at ? $20.00 and $25.00 We're Mohairs and Linens that fit?the kind not found in other shops. :"' ? W. R. HANCOCK CQ. Saccctsort to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. rail ttNMtfe MtaM Ike 111 KtiMtt ?? UMn DftaMail at Becker's. L?T?r? of coffee who h*v? b*tn un pUutntly t8Mt?4 la the p?at. cam now not only bid farewell to ??r*ou?BM(. htMUckt. Irritability. %erti?o and palplUtlM of the heart but to aleepleaaneaa. aa wall, whan drinking: coffee. Kvera* Vacuum Froceaa Coffee la pur - ?It coffee Of ait parlor quality, mechanically treated without detracting from tha taata. whlla improving the coffee flavor and eliminating; all Injurious effect*. Only at Becker'a. WKDone ?ur...

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

ROANOKE, JUNE DUIUTH FREEZES WHILE CHICAGO IS STRICKEN WITH HEAT 1 COLDEST JUNE 28TH IK MICHIGAN IN YEARS Hen And Woman In Automobiles Snuggle Down In Furs?In the Windy City, Suffering of People Is In- - tense ? Numerous Prostrations?St. Louis Char ity Organisation Busy. HOTTEST NIGHT OF SEASON IN CLEVELAND ? Duluth. June 28.?This was the coldest June 28th in many years. Street thermometers registered 42 degrees at six o'clock, but warmed up to forty-five by nine o'clock. Pedestrians wore last winter's overcoats and men and women in automobile* anuggled down in furs. Added to the chill waa a high wind off Lake Superior, carrying a thick fog. Smoke rolling from the smokestacka of the big build?~ ings revealed the resumption of steam heating apparatus. Chleaga Chlrife. June II.? After sweltering throughout lut nlirht. Chicago endured another day of Intenee suffering Clear skies and tha hot western brniM In--reased the city's discomfort. Charity urganlntltn distributed tons of free lea...

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

' a rot# of 7 to 1 the 1fM night decided to til* WlMMiUUloa .ga the teraat-wlrda so _ Jelteraon will haw* aft,r Aufutt 5 aad XiIiom and Kimball two each. Thlg action WM baaed on the rule* of tlto Mat* oommittaa providing for the apportionment on a baala of tha Democratic Mtaat the last preceding gen?al I'ijiftgli- >Tha committeemen are to bo chMMh ax the primaries on Auguat Bth and Jttly Snd at * n. m.. vat agraad upon m the lgat day and hour upon which candidate* for places on: tha conUQfttee n>ay file notice of their | All notlaaa of candidacy, therefore. muat-Wfc the hands of J. A. Bear, room *40i Terry building, not later than Sgbm.. Wednesday. July I. ThU four days, exclusive which candidates for places on tha to serve two KX ? ittee first took up can- j voto cast In the city prim- j Verified the certificate# I . _ idgea, and finished that nlflH'e business by spreading tha official count on the records of the committee. Theaa figures show that a total of 9...

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

VACATION NEEDS' AT SPECIAL PRICES. doing on vacation you will ?Md a good Hair Brush. Comb. Tooth Brush or Tooth Powd*r, Paste* or Cr?am. A food Safety Rasor 18c up. Shaving Briuhti, 10c up: ahavlnc Soap. Powder tnd Cream. II to Stc; Soap Boxes. Soap*, Talcum Powder*. Wash Kag*. ?c; Toilet Ca**? ?0c up. Paa* Case*. B4U Book. Bill Polder*. Coin Puree* at lowest price*. See our line Toilet Needs?We Have Juat What You Need. A full line of Toilet Waters. S6c up: Perfumea 60c o?.; Toilet Creams. Cold Creams. 10c up; Toilet Powder*. 10c up. ?. A full Une at Mm*. Ihi Futd'a Toilet Preparation*. % v.. Bath Needs. Bath Soap*. Bath Brushes, tlo up: Turkish Towels. 60c; Bathing Csps. tOo; Violet Ammonia. tOc: Violet Be* Bait, lie and 26c. Sea Salt In 6 pound bag*. 10c, S for Sic; Sponge*. 10c up; Buhfoer Sponges, 15c up. H*nd Scrub Brush**, 6c up. A Fine Line of Stationery. Box Paper*. 10c up; Tablets. 5c; we have TCnvelope* 6 and 10c a package. Con)* In and look over our line. We ran aave you ...

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

News VA. y-\ WLATW, |? *?Ti XH?; tww ?!?!>? ~*~ *?? r^.'WiTman'nrnir!! ? ao??. >ml the third arwtb atoh. Botween tha ^offolk A. Weatern and lt? of way mea. car*~tsln dlffer*ao*a retattv* to working conditions and *M? aroa*. Conferences bttvtM th* ?iMiwu'it ?nd a general committee representing th* man adjusted *11 th* differences sav* that routing *>. ?**?? When it &?- cum apparent that tha management ?. *ad committee had arrlrod at a point fcUwhor* a#raam*nt waa Impossible. th* two aldea reached the conclusion to nit ilnlr rasas upon tho provision# of the Erdman *cl In other words, to submit the queatlon *t Ihui to a hoard of arbitration consisting of thre* p?rsonMr. O. W. Merrill, assistant general manager of the V. A W.. Mr. X. B. Lows, prssldsnt of ths Maintenance of War Men. and Judge W. U Chambers, of Waahlogton, are the arbitrators who will seek to solve the problem. Mr. Merrill, of course. Is the choice of the rail road, and Mr. Lo...

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