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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

Second Drawing?No. 6832 gets the ff-lb. box of Kern's Candy. Will have a drawing each day until someone gets the candy. VACATION NEEDS AT SPECIAL PRICES. (loin* on vacation you will nM a good Hair Hruah, Comb, Tooth Bruah or Tooth Powdor, I'wti-t or t'rwm A Kood Hofcty Itasor Jftc up, Shaving Bruehaa, lo?- up; phayiUK I'owdtr and Cream, 10 to Sic; Soap Boaaa. Koapa, Talcum Powder*. Waah Rate*. 6c; Totlat Cut* tie up. Paaa <'&a?a, BUI Book, Bill Koldera, Coin Pumi at loweat prlcea. An* ourJJn.i # Toilet Needs?We Have Just What You Need. A full* Una of Tollat Water*. J6o up; Perfumea, 50c o?.; Toilet* Creama, Cold Creama, 10c up; Tollft Powder*. 10c up. A full Unr itf Mur. 1>u Koul'a Tollrt lYrptnitiuiu. Bath Needs. Bath Soap*. Bath Rruahea. 26c up; Turkish Towel*, 60c; Rathlnu Cap*. 60c; Vlotat Ammonia, 10c; Violet 8? Salt, 15c and 2Sc; Sea Salt In 6 pound ban, 10c, 1 for 16c; Spon*ea, 10c up; Rubber Spongea. tir up; Hand Scrub Bruahca, 6c up, McGEE'...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

1X4 .m i?a JULY HoUblo HiitoHcal Events Which Took PUco This Month. I Day la 1?T?w??nr> CI*JI ((??rr???il la Ik* lalaa4? 'Was eaMklKM. IMS. ? i ??HU ef UftlMkiri. IWl > Ctrrw'? Seal r4 ?? Saatlaa<>. !*?*. I i Pntewlto? ef lifepfUfaM, ITT*. II ?? ?<?>? Qatar? tlaaa bar*. IT?T. U-OMagMwa'a Oar. 14?TW Baa til* ?a> 4r?tro? r?l. 1TW. I faallain Nrmtrrti IMS*. H ?Battle at Ball Raa, imii. AXOTHKK BLOW. The Jones-Works excise law, adopted congress. and approved by the ildtnt. ito?? into affect today It the moat drastic liquor law aver deled for the District of Columbia. *r Ua terms not * drop of liquor any kind can be purchased between and aeven o'clock in the morning at any hour on Sunday. The law rigid and applies to exclusive club* much as to the corner saloon. One o'ciook may seem a late hour saloons to keep open. A law that LbltahM such a time limit may seem law at all. but the situation In ton la vastly diff...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

.rT*? 1 ^ i " n p L?t the Children Have the Benefit of i Piano?If you (f*l you cannot afford- a piano at this tim? perhaps you woultl Ilka to r?nt ona from month to month and at any time you would like to purchase tha instrument w? will allow what you havo paid for rental to apply An (he purchase prlca. Could anything be fairer? Roanoke Music Co. "NO NOTK* TO HItJN." C. T. JOCNNiNOg. Mar., 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News lt?*te af mH*I or peraoaat later?at ??? be phone* to 3*4, mr eeat to the Soviet? Rdltav rare of tha the H'arld-Ntin. SOME TIMU/V DONTS. <By Josh Wink.) I This Is now official summer. So pray hst to some advice: Break away from habits ancient. And be particularly nice. L>cn't add to tha heat's discomfort | By recalling it alway "= j Ir. thf many varied methods. i Don't pore over old-time records i Just to iy ive 'tis hotter now. ? Don't keep groaning >like a grampiiR. ! And a-wlplng of your brow; J Don t the mercury make a study % An...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

?M. s us. classical OT FINE. A NfMy IfilKoi Dollar Exposition ttlH Ipoi Tino; Rapid Progress hi All Its Brandies. IMLOl NATIONS PLEDGE PARTICIPATION SARa Into the Golden Gate, and threo miles to the southeast there stands oat against the background of the hills of San Francisco the hog* framework of the Palace of Machinery. Even at thla distance the ?eioesal proportions of the structure are trident and Impart to the visitor an 14m of the tremendous effect to ha produced by the trooping of the exhibit buildings of the Panama-Pa-cific International Exposition. Tho Palace of Machinery will not ^^4 MASUNlLRJt' HALL. by any means be the loftiest of the COURSTL OF CJF3tR.UCtI.GH' exhibit buildings, although It will be the largest single structure, covering almost eight acres of ground. Its three vast naves, rising one hundred and thirty-five feet, will be less than half the height of the first rim or hill? ei?closing the exposition grounds upon the south, east and west. To the west of the...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

P ^ P. ^ I W ? ...II ....... ?? I. II -?....,, T-.H,,. FMfiaiE 0F SEMIS WON BY ROANOKE NINE Otrdfo Pitched for tho H< Tmb and MiMi Dow Boa* Fin* Work, Oottlnf * Homo Eon And a Triplo?Tiforg' Mow Short Stop Mftdo Oood Show- ** ? ? . 1 Ckulni two joung b*M UU hutwi In th* *arly *tag*a uf the <??#<*?. th* ft(*ri (at a flying atari and In th* f*u.r ta'ilnaa mad* *tght ruM. enough to ?rl* wttfc Mine. a > olleglan. waa the first choice of Hanaitr Klroher, uf - Norfolk. and It* lasted iuat long enough to ehow that ha didn't hava -paeugh to get by with and hr waa ?ktw4 to th* cover ?f the vlaltlnK bench whllw Rivers. the demaou collsglaa. sssayed to atop the Tigers on (hair mod dash for the pale, the penBant pole, brother, the* pennant pole Rivers too waa **?> for the Tiger llufiera and aftar Hallla had tripled with the kiMt loaded to the aye brown. Manager Klrrher dug otlt another pitcher In ?H:r?r*. who did better, the Tlgvrs being un...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

. ? June 10.?Mtrntitm of South Carolina iclmtloa in con- ?"? accompanied by Brigadier Oen-| era! Jones of the South Carolina mill.t?e went to the war department tnd?v -???? .talk with Secretary Oarrleon about a renewal of fedarat aid to the organised militia of their State. Tha Mcretary informed hie callers at if Oorarnor Bleaae himself would ajte application for a continuance of federal tupport he would consider it - Bacauaa of tha defiant attitude of Governor Bleaae tha war department redeotly announced that no further assistance either in personnel ar equipment would be afforded thr| militia of South Carolina. Department attclals declared at the ttms that Governor Blessa not only ignored the ?taadarda of efficiency - m- the State asllltls demanded under the Dick lawl a* a condition of federal aid but had announced that aa cpmmand?r>ln.chief of the State volunteer forces 'Jh would do ?hat he pleased regardlea* of faderal authority. Exchangee on the ?ubje.-t reach?5 a cU...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

? The man without* Sat ifigt or Checking account is like the man without reserve power. He is 4*All in", at the time. *V * ' ' ? ?Xf you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that comes with having money in the bank; Try it Oim dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. CITY NATIONAL BANK v*. CAPITAL llRfLU AND t'WDIVIDED PROFIT* MARKETS ? fork Market. t Wall gtritt. July I?Trading was nomlnnl at the opening today. Trie* chance* were *mall Kven lltrriman stocks were little chanced, notwithstanding the court's approval, after the market closed yesterday, of t^e Slssolutlon plan. Only stock to move ovsr on* point was Canadian Pacific, Which declined a point Prices iiv* way under repetition of Aggressive bear operation. Retirement of short contracts caused pretty full raccrrorlea latsr. On?lm Qoouilon*?New York Slock Ami Topper. M Am A*?l 44S Am Re?t Sugar -- Am Can ? Am Can. pM ?**? Am Car and Tdy Am Cotton Oil AH' Ire recor'*. A* Llo?e*d Am Locooiotle* 38 *m Smelt A Ref JJI AmMK J?...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 1 July 1913

AD Day Friday ?'"M ?^All of our cash sfora will observe the glorious Fourth. Stores all open until 10 p. m. fanner, Right in ;it and Style ? ^^Fhese warm weather models are, Solid Comfort, shown in blue mixtures. Oxford drav and Light Gray. You know the Stein Bloch way?then drop in while the showing ?v'fc'igojid. ?; yxK&fy W. R. HANCOCK CO. to OEO. W. PAYNE 00. are cleaned snd sfclned by us. We want our frletula to.know that we hav onl? on* shop, located ?t J? Campbell evenu?. weft, We are open evttr.far fro* iSE'i' l"? oT e^,odVy " W* U #1 P? bIm MMi MWW7 ~ p. m Tuxedo Bho? Shin* Parlor. kw<a ? ttd Louis Baeas. proprietor*. -?. UriMI HrtiMle Irwkrn, hM 0?!jr ??* ? At ?Mkri'ii ' t - ? Corrective and particular^ helpful t?? parson* with weak dictation. or auferla* fnn conetlpatlon Fine for young, teething children and the older members of the family, as wall. Only at Backer's * Ah, 'Tis 8a, 'Tis True that the beat place In 4be city to dine ta the OLYMWa CAFK Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

T ? a.. tkoM ikr buainow offlc*. u< i copy *111 to Mat m at oae* tor m* ctsl moMonf or. Wt will you to r?c<It? tho World-No wo ovory day. ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY AFTEBNO ON, JULY 2, 1913, VETERANS SURRENDER UNDER A TORRID SUN - ? . ' - * * " . %t / : ?* * 1 *\ .1 . Thousands Leave Gettysburg Camp Tide of Invasion Turns Back Because of Severe Heat?Six Thousand Already Have Gone and Other Thousands to Follow?Military Day In the Big Tent?Majbr Brooks, of Pennsylvania, Northern Orator, and Sergeant Scarborough, North Carolina, Southern Orator. DEATHS NOT NUMEB0U8 AMONG THE VETERANS Gettysburg, Pa.. July 2.?The tide of invasion turned back from Gettysburg today. The Blue and Gray armiee began melting away under the compelling influence of a torrid sun and camp life discomforts. General Liggett, in command of the camp, said that over six thoussnd vetersns have returned home, while another thouaaud will have departed by tonight. Most of them had looked over the battle...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

Widrridtr. June II ?> L Hatcher went to Cbrlsiburg this , morning. having in Henry Davis and Harry Tracer, iortd youths. who will stand trial In circuit court there on the fluffli ot breaking Into box car* in "Montgomery county a shoft time agt<. They have been confined In the Salem Mies Elisabeth Zac arias. of RK-h-'iwl and Mr*. France* Goode R?*\ - nold*. Of Johnson" City, Tenn.. xf? TjWdM St the home of th- latter ? .'parsata. Mr. aad Mr*. S. D. Good? hear town. ' Mr*. W.! T. Henderson has returned ?.to her horn* at Council. V*.. after visiting her aunt. Mr*. H.-L. Johnston, .to West Salem. Mf. J. ?. Town** 1* In We*t Vtr- - gin!* this week on' business. The ladle* of South Salem will conduct aa lea cream aad box supper on 'the lawn of the Christian church in ? that plaee Saturday evening, and lr.VI La-all to Join In to make the event ! g "Mswi Eugene and William t'rae - tord. twgfcBlsll known traveling men, *1aia *pfnd:ri| their vacation in 5al?n. ' Tha Boy...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

? - Second Drawing?No.-6832 get* the 5-lb. box of Kern's. Oaady. Will have a drawing each day until someone geta the candy. VACATION NEEDS AT SPECIAL PRICES. Ootng on vacation you will ne*d a good Hair Brush. Comb. Tootpi Brush or Tooth Powder. PwtN or Cream. A food Safety Kaaor lie up. Bhivloc Brush**, 10c up: ibatlai Soap. Powder and Cream, 10 to He; Hoap Boxes. Soaps, Talcum Powder*. Wajrii Rac, k; Toilet Caaea 60c up. Pane Caaee, BUI Book, Bill Polder*. Coin Pur*** at lowest prices. Bee our line Toilet Needs?We Have Just What You Need. A full line of Toilet Watara, Uo up; Perfume*. 50c fern ; Toilet Creams. Cold Creams, lOc up; Toilet Powflbr*. lOo up. A full Un?> at Mate. I?y Foul's Tolivt Pitfsntioas. Bath Needs. Bath Soaps, Bath Brushes, Sic up; Turkish Towels, 60c; MathInn Caps. SOc; Violet Ammonia. IQc; Violet Sea Salt, 16c and Ike; Sea Halt In I pound baca, 10c. I for lie; Sponge*, 10c up; Rubber Spong**. S6c up: Hand Scrub Brushes, &c up. ? McGEE'S ...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

RAm IN AOVAKCMi PBONBSi M mm* 143 be ud *be In t?ot how The d A MNGrtAR IMTREMll A dlapatch from Richmond. appearg la lhl? mornlng'*iJ-.ynchburg N?wi Mid reproduced In The World-Nows oontaine a ?insular Inference, referring to the sensational statement made by Martin M. Mulhnll, It jfeWn: "In all the lists of name* mentioned, honorably and dishonorably, there appear* th* nam* of only on* Krrletnlan, Harry L. Maynard. and he d In a connection of which frl erupt*n?y well be proud " nc* Is that Maynard would the yoke of corruption, tch say* further that MayHard In lilO, though generally regardM aa aa organlaatlon man. wns suddenly opposed by the organization Uadera A dlapatrh from Washington, published In the aame article, denie* that Maynard waa a victim of the National Manufacturcr'a Association but maintains that his defoat was due to th? efforts of Norfolk organisation men. lit cloaee with the statement "Whs Norfolk organisation men supported Young Instead of Maynard ha* never been...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

XT - % Let the Children Have the Benefit of * Piano?If you (**l you cannot afford a piano at this time perhups you would like to rant one from month to month and ' at any time you would Ilka to puri-hsse the instrument ?> will allow what you have luOd for rantal to apply on the purchase prlca. Could anything be fairer? Roanoki Music Ct. .??so notkh to mow c. t. jmnwai. Mar., 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social News ItMM mi MfUl mr Mn*?l lilrreat Ma k* IlknM ?? M4, or M*l (0 tk* loclrtr E4IUr rat* ef ??? (ha W'trU- M a iw.?? Mnrkrra ?'lrrlr. Th? Ready Worker* Circle of Tha 1 Kin* a I>tuahtrrs hml a large. pleaeI ant meetitis laat nlnht at tha homa of I tha president. Mrs l? W liana in Vlr1 aim* Heights. I Tha meeting waa Interesting and Mra. I H. T. tlreenwood. treasurer's report waa I vary favorable. Tha clrcla responded to I aavaral call* for help during laat ? month Ona naw mmflar waa welcomI ad. Mra. Win. M Reynoida At the ?*onI clualon of tha huslneea a aoclal hour...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

Crisco, the nexv shortening is a logical improvement upon a good product, "lard-compound/' Instead of Crisco being "cottonseed oil stiffened by a hard animal fat which is not digestible, it is the best and richest food fat delivered from the oil. It is of ideal consistency and remains so, without separating. Those parts of the original oil which are not rich, which turn rancid and which burn and smoke readily, are not in Crisco. '% ? Which would you buy, cream or milk, if you could obtain them at? practically the same price? Crisco is the cream. Crisco does more for cooking and more for digestion than any other shortening. That is why you should insist upon your cook using it. Crisco can be had of your grocer. Send for this Free Cook Book Tell* more facts about shortening*. Telia Toil more about the discovery and miniifafr ture of Criaco. Give* yAu morf than Tested Recipe*, preciated for thetr economy and attractiveness. Address Department 21, The Procter & Gamble. Co., ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

BOTH GAMES WON BY Am ia Dftvra From the Box My Tlgera in Pint Ohm laoond OonUct a Brilliant Affair?Boa?oka Now Ooaa to Third Placo? Two Gamea on tha Fourth. Taking two ball gamee In on# afternoon wu a'- moat pleasing diver-| alMl for the fana and the Koval Bangala who *laahed their way through .tha first fray In fltrc* com bet while they cautloualy annexed the laal gam* After a flarra combat with a laft hand . gr fc> tha nam* of Weeder. ft waa aomr hat aftarnoon but ih? heat had no effect on tha Jungir Hoy* h* ttins lampa a* they found Hlne and Whltecraft for fifteen *afe blngle* Which netted eight tallle* and tha hall game Oppoeing ih? Tata waa that blgr blonde hurler J. J. Rflrd. of Albermarle. Who didn't get V atari under any flying colore hut after the aecond inning ha hit hla stride and the Tara were helpleen Mine went along very well for three Inning* end If the twill gamea were of b^i .three Innlnga du- | ratten h? would hare won a fame in?lead of loalne two In two...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

For Sal* and Recommended by NcGWi nuumacr. Fox A Pit* I. \nd All Lradinz l>rt?TsUt.?. eau of using face get a powder that IMme. du Four's Face Powder - ??fsgnsnls a fine complexion, and restores one that has ||4id. It is toft, invisible, 4 Mudii Sizw and delicately 25c and 50c at Y*ur Druggist's The du Four Co., Washington, D. C. hMttal MaH> Tell* How It Should Pwt All Kind* of Woodwork I* OaMMtnd?Yellow Fine or Hard Wood. Baltimore N>w? 7, A' practical painter wbo haa been tn the habit of finishing floors tn various way*, such as painting or graining Whoa too much worn to finish la ths natural, raises ths qusatlon as to ths boot way to flalsh floors and how to wax- aad- polish them. Ho also asks bow painters la the larger cities treat hardwood floors. In replying to these lueatioju of it* correspondent The Viators' Magazine present* in a resent issue ths following interesting comments; Torrprdlnary floors, such as in kitChen* ot laundries warahouses...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

CThe man without a Savings or Checking account is like the man withoiit reserve power. He is "All in'*, at the time. . -' ? 1 ' * ' ' -? ' * irV' CI If you have never enjoyed the keen pleasure that comes with having money in the bank; Tr> it. One dollar starts a Savings Account in this Bank. CITY NATIONAL' BANK ruuokr. Va. capital .... MOO.OMM itnptri amd onmoKD pro rim *m.ooo.<m> MARKETS Stock Market. Wall Street. July I.?Market followed London'* I fad at upenlng, prices easing off close to lower level quoted abroad. Changes fractional. ?? Closing QhoUUow?New York Stock ABirl Copper... Am Aft I. Am Beet Sugar Am Call Am Cea. pM... Am Cai and fir Am "Cotton Oil Am Ice Secure. Am Maaeed.??? ? - Am Loeomotlrn Am J'tnelt A Kef Am hi R; pfd Am Siiiar R*f Am Tel A Tel. Am Tobacco? Acacoods M Ce. Atcblaou Atcblaon net. Atlantic C Uae Bane A ouio . . beiblehetn Steel Br>?"ktrn R T Can. Pac? ?en.feather ... .'btcago'i W ... c. m. Imp c. * v. w coi...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 2 July 1913

Announcement m"_.v^ Closed All Day July 4th All of our cash stores will observe the glorious Fourth. Stores all open until 10 p. m. Thursday. m ? :? Watch this apace for Special Announcement _$? * ? ? Saturday, July 5th Our Semi-Annual Sale of Stein Bloch Smart Clothes for Men and Young Men will . % start Saturday, July 5th. It is Our custom each season to give Our Customers the benefit of Special Prices when the time comes to Clean Up broken lots. ^ Stein Bloch Olothes are a class to themselves when it comes to Good Service, Style and Fit. You know that. W. R. HANCOCK CO. SnoMtsori to OEO. W. PAYNE 00. Turn HkoM. WkHt ????* ?l?rt ?k*? are tlMDtd tni shlned by ue. W? ??nt our friends to know that we have only MM shop. located at ?? Campbell *v?. I nut. west. W* are op?n every day from l:SS to !? P except Saturday, when w? close at Up. m.. and Sunday at ? p. m Tuxedo Shoe Shine Parlor. Tom and Louie Baca*. proprUtora. Mritoak (r?k?ns Seld Oaly At ?ee'ker'e. Corrective and particularl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

ROANOKE, VA^THtTRSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3, 1913. ' ROANOKE VETERANS ' RELATE STORY OF BIG CELEBRATION HOME LAST NIGHT FROM GETTYSBURG Enormous Crowd .^nd Great Heat?Plenty of Food and Comfortable Sleeping Querters ? Visit Historic gpots and Also Points "Where They Fought in the Great EngagementGive Much Credit to J. Thompson Brown. PLEASANT REUNION OF OLD ASSOCIATES Unwilling |p endure the extensive heat and p rob# Me inconveniences' ?hl(h will be encountered at the final breaking of ump at Qltt)H)urit. ? hire .tin# Ulue and <Jray veteran* are celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the umuile buttle of the Civil War, ptobably one-third of the ?if William Watts Camp, Itoanoke, returned to their homea? at 3:S0 this morning after spending only ^eighteen hour* on the rteld. Upturning Koan??k?- veterans report every train out of Oattyaburs aa bringing hundred* ?f the ole roldiera Mouth, probably JttO Itutiu; Kuiivritoiin on a special train at '? v'cIovk yeaterdav afternoon. Cap...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 3 July 1913

re ifo. when ah* waa >r, Mrs. Alice Oad*. of ?t outatde of th? city l>M known th? couple i bain? s devoted hu?MR. LOWE'S STATEMENT Mr. A. B. Low*. Preslent of the Internatlonal Brotherhood of lfaintenanca of Way Man today lvuad tha following statement regnrdlng tha conference Just cloaed: Roanoke. Va.. July J. 1*13 Wadneadav. July J. ?t 1 p m.. Judge I Chambers randarad an award, which Happily was signsd by all the arbitrators thus msking tha award a unanimous ona It ?!*?? tha Maintenance of Way am - a substantial increase in their Tata* of pay. and strengthens. If that wara possible, the *ood relations which haVs always existed between the oflflolals of the Norfolk * Western Rail'way aad tha repreeentatlves of the Maintenance of Way employee . It has taken some time to bring this . controversy as ta rates between the two' parties concerned ta a final result. Rut! meantime all tha pota war* boiling and all hands Were at work aad no brisk I ?f aay kind ta the us...

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