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

?v mm ? i! Pay as Yea Pl ay For the Piano in your homo! N*r way ot buying a piano? and with m U doeen't matter What grade y*u buy?wa make ao tjc.'ptions, from the beet low prlcfd instrument to the f I neat In our itork the delivery la Immediate and tha term* "Kaay Payment*." Call or wrlta for prlcaa on either a Cable. Kingsbury,- or Wellington Piano. WO ?OTM TO nan IMHa MUSIC Me ~ C. T. JBMVINOm. Marin ySh Campbell Ave. . J 1 ! L - '??J.g."l - .'U?4 - <? IU1?i. Candy Making %? Becker's Fruit & Candy Shop. We era prepared te make home* made candy, aomvthlng that really apmin to eandy eatera, wherein .tb saltuk ot It la a haalthril pleaaure. A waving picture 6f the preceae will be taken Wcdnoeday at lt:N o'clock. Call In at that hour and cat a free gptnole Everything.. at Bechar*a la pureHrrOTof the Mgheat grade. Becker*a Frillt h Handy Hhnp. rornar ii?nr * and Campbell. ? New Designs in Crex Rugs. Wiiromir l? the acaaan when crex. and mtttlni ruga are the moat ...

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

And Every Demand is Amply Met at Our Store The goal1 towards which the "sweet ^irl graduate" now directs her. thoughts, and in which hosts of Roanoke mothers center their interest, is Commencement Day," and its attendant events. I^et help you to pr?wnt your daughter to the world an moat beflts ao important an occasion*. Score* of lovoly Karnu nn ;tnd accessories of dress are to be displayed during the coming week?appropriate, bewitchIngly affective, exquisitely dainty. ?r Lovely Models for Every Use . Oyr ready-fdr- wear dress salon* display 'models suitable, not only for the commrncom-nt day proper, but for till of the various social and other erects for the entire commencement week. We do noji believe there has ever been a season when there baa been ao wide a variety of new and charm in* dress fabrics ahown. Chic inornlag frock a. smart afternoon gown*. aa well as lovely creations for evening wear are in" full display. . - f"' A a #C QO ?A moat unusual ?*!?? at this price. White c...

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

PUN REVEALED BY SALDANA WAS HUERTA'S DOOM Prkontr at Plodras Nafru Tails Startling Story of Bohms to Overthrow Mtadoo's Provisional Government". Diss and Blanqoet Namsd at Conspirator*. ' * \ ? ? < ? ? Eagle Pin, April St.?Revolutiontots In PMdru Nairn. th? MmIou town <fpo?l*t Ei(l? htu, drew from S.uls F. Salriana. ?/ prisoner, "h*t purported to b* a.plan for the Immtdto?? elimination of "the Huerta gov(rnmint and the choice of a new executive at a popular election end the InaUJletjsm of a provisional pree10ent It the Interim. Saladana earlier in the week tad approached Governor Carranma, leader of the revolutionists. in the north Who has established headquarter* In Nlexras. with a peace proptseal. Ho . o*elmed to ccrae from Mexico City but produce! rU>U*redentials and Car.faniA ordered his arrest Today Salda uVs personal effects wv* searched and a latter was found algned with ? the natne of Minister of War Mondra?on. and empowering the bearer to un...

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

1 Remarkable Display of Ready-for-Service Garments Specialty Priced if A TT. ORDERS Ax* Qtren Special Attention George MacBain Co., 4 BUTTE RICK PATTERNS" We Are Agency For OUAKER CITY SHIRTS For Men George MacBain Go ?BUTTEBIGK PATTERNS. i Purchases Made BY MAIL OF $6.00 or orer are prepaid MMMMMIMMIIMMM House Linens Theee"*pring days needs bring spring cleaning, which In turn necessitate replenishing the linen closet, for this we are splendidly prepared. ' ^ AIA LIXE* OUOTHS. * a" vauB" i "?" or m*tltched. |o It.lft ? U4lKh ?*.oo to ?t.B? ?.??. 71-Inch .......... ,. woo ' DOCIIIjE HATIX IRISH DAMARK CI/iTH?. . white all pur* linen, beautiful round. sflttsre, or oblong pattern*. Inch** ?XW? ?o ?a.?R T2i*0 Inches ff^i _* 5,ao T2*TJ tnchei* ....... M.30 to $A.OO TtxlW lacha*' ".7.V.... ? oo Napkins to match 93.6? to IS do*. ALt pmr LCTEX XAPKHtK. Full bleach and tMJn setvedgs. I 19x11 Ulches *1.00 An. 19x1? Inches ...91.1ft ItiK Inches .......91 .Tt to 99.00 21x22 tnchu *4x14 Inches ...

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

Ndw is the Time to Take Advanx Special Offering for the Next Ten Days?Call of Write for i Jt ft* ?Hot to ?a4 lat w upltta U w* ftlM tMoh maaio toy MU. Taa mt Columbian "t;: . torjr of ?' In tfco world. Columbian Conservatory of Music 117 Campbell Avenue, West , Roanoke. Virginia Teachers of Piano. Voice. VioWn. Elocution and Dramatic Art The Place Where You WW Eventually Study-Music SOCIAL NEWS (Oonttoaed from put flra.) Mmt Mom *u haum of a d?J1*htfUl m?tUn| of the K. I. A. Club Ittvter t(t*rno?a. The rue** m?rm talvUlMd on the rtruta which wao moat attractive with wild honryauckle and dorarood. Durlna the'after. 1MB a ealad oeurae wa? eervad Toub* ladtea prmw arrre Ml* Cary Ludw!g. Of Baat Oraafe. N. J.) Mr*. T. J. Andrew*. Mlaeae Ben Bvaaa, Mary Do4d I>k. ?Bllaabeth Da mail. KJIsa-ba-th Hatraton. Irene Vlaohar ?th*l *|MUio. Belinda Mltrhall. Katharine Cook. Joeephlne KiHIW. Virginia CaldwaiL Bthel Churchill. Alto Mar .Wood, MLee Bern May Mwaaiw . Plaaaaat wtolr a pursu...

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

Y////Z6 MR. JAKE wells Praswh NA/eei< Commervdng A PR I L_ Original Atlanf ?y. Hw faatara attractiaa awry summer at Atlantic City I Shews Daily?Matinees 3 p. m., Nights, 7:45 and 9:15 prices 10 and 25 Cants iff.rfllHKFfC'^v' !-??>' r-. ?? ' " ? TABLOID MINSTRELS M singers musicians on dancers COMEDIANS Strictly High Class for Ladi yZ/7yZfSSSySySS/?S7S/VXXSSSASSSSSSSSySS*SSryy,SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS*s*sjfss**r'*s*'''*'''''*'*'''*"''''' ****** ~ r I WORLD'S NEWS BY WIRELESS V* , April 35?^Special >.? Miss Mary titmw Spenceh hu returned from n extended tUll to relatives to Victoria. V*. Mlw AJ?n!? McConkey. of Salem. MIA* a WMk tsd visit toll weok to IfUtlvM htrt. Ml> Ta>ass jmfcttWf*; of Victoria. to visiting riUtlvc* hsra. Mlaa L<u la Ma* Burch. of RoaiiokftT and Mr. Boni, of Norfolk, spent last j ?mater evening with KIm Burch'a (rtDdperenti, Mr. and Mr a. C. C Hurch. .. CoL and Mra. Cary Breckinridge havs returned from a vi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 April 1913

I170MEN of the United States. VV t<r your laurels! T T You've carried- off all the worth while prizee in international ?t*auty contests for a long, long time. Your good looks, your superior intelligence. your keen wit and airy grace, to my sothing of your ?rous other surpassing qualities and accomplishments, have won for you ae enviable position among the women-of the world. Beware! Your supremacy Is threatened Your pedestal is insecure. Th*-v world's admiration, w hich you so long have held, at some not distant day may be transferred to the women of another quarter of the globe. - Your comp^t.tors for the world's admiration are close upon your 'eels. They have come upon you all unaware*; so quietly, in fact, that ifs a two to one wager you don't even know who they are. Who are they 7 The women of Latin America. ? Probably you wont betters this. Youll laugh and say that the principal business of Latin America is are fond of home life and make Ideal moth era, although they...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 April 1913

WORRY?You cant t)o a Thing With a Base Bail Fan. By C. A. Voight? rffrTfT| / Mt.S. 'V % rC[ HOSpAWO %?/ OM l^ ln>v<iu HAve ^ VI t)CAL 1 - ~ > STAN >Of?J X__V_ZL>^ * (jWMice^ts VJMA"Ti T*AT ? - "THCCU3S *CA,Y "TVi?r ??A>TT> T>4I? NEA?C? V/HV V*u'tt?" CRAJt M "< > TVt* HEAD X"UTM.? i 3QMM* in so CLAD ? ?OKI'T To WORRY ADOUX ) TOVO-f *- 2^-h?cwt ' i cues* l K MOW ERRORS OF ROANOKE f GIVE TARS GAME ?Vi. April?*' ?ffnar'?tf? **? Reaaoke Tig a re were whliivuhtd b? *??? Tara thla rfternoon. who acored the flrat ?J?ut out of the ????on againat the Cli?sipieha Norfolk wow by ? 1 to o acore. aendlag acroaa ? tally on two errora and thrae alnglea In the eighth. Stare Oaaton ticked tba Moat brilliant game of hie career. allow In* only tbrae acat?SSrad htta. Ha would not hare won but fbr the a??aat1onal support given him by Mrbher and Whiter aft After TITe #r.n? r. r .? i*.?rt nrrn c wt...

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Page PAGE THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 April 1913

NATIONAL LEAGUE. Tlrtwfr^i lUnlt*. Brooklyn, 6: Now Tork. I. V Plltibort, S; Chicago. 7. Boston. 4; Philadelphia. 10. St. Loul*. ?; Cincinnati ? (It Innings) ItaaMif of <ke Chik*. Ksw York T I ' ,T(t Pittsburg t 4 MT Chicago ? 4 .??? Philadelphia I a .III Brooklyn >.. ? ft .141 pt. Louie i 1 .41" Cincinnati 3 t |N Iloaton I ? .ill Tn4?r (Im4?tK Cincinnati at St. I.oula. ?' i'Pittsburg at Chicago. ? ?iiari M?a4ar> Philadelphia at Boston. Cincinnati at Ht. l.ouis New Yora a4 Brooklyn. Pittsburg at Chicago. \ NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn-New York. Brooklyn. April 3d.?Brooklyn and Ifnr York had a battle royal before In bl( crowd todny. the locals winning | I to I, by better htttinc- Long drives for extra bases played a his part In; kthe scoring. *fhioh waa confined to (three innings. i Score: H. H. K. (How York ....000 000 aoo?a 0 1 'Brooklyn 000 ISO 19x?6 ? S Wtltoo and My era and Wilson: lt?avan. Buckar and Miller. Time, 1:|0. Vmplrcs, Klem and Orth. Pitt...

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Page PAGE FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 April 1913

Ai?i*;f.-f-,'i-?..? - *, The Doctor's Answers On Health and Beauty Questions r-T* HyTJrl.f.WII BAKER. Tfco queanona ?o?wrr?l below ars (enrral t/ character; the symptom* or dtseaaes (are gtren and the answer* will apply to any case of similar naIttf. - \ Those wlihini further advice, free, may addreea Dr. Uewis Baker. College Ride.. College-EUwoo<J Hts.. Dayton. Ohio, enclosing self-udttrenaert stamped ??nv'olopo for reply.. Kull name and ad lr> muat be ?clven. but only Inltlala or ftctltltftia ramr will b* uaed In my tointn. The prmrrlptioni can be filled at any well-stocked drug store. ' Any druggist can order of wholesaler "Mum" vrt<M Tor yw? X h?v? i been UUtir aedletno to cure eonatl-| patlon. liver trouble and the o*nl dlsUltl that tome from that source. Htidirlie*. ?lloW skin. kidney trou hie. dark apota bmfoxm my eyes. dlsay spells snd twlngrs of rheumatism are ' flWIlll w#r?e." Answer: Tike thee.- arnln aulpherb j tablets i not aulphurt. The...

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Page PAGE FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 April 1913

. _ ? A SAVING SCHEME Try to deceive yourself into the belief that you are owing this bank a big sum of money. Then go to work to pay off this debt by depositing a certain sum each week or each month. If you succeed in accumulating a good bank, account, we are quite sure you will pardon yourself for this self-deeeption. " ^ CITY NATIONAL BANK ^ Hnnnokr, V?. CAPITAL ?KM.MO.M HI IlI'Lt R AKP I'WDIVIDKD PHOriTS ?M.OM.M MARKETS W*Tt Street, April 2#.?Active sellin* mumod at opening. Ne*r low record* for the decline were reached l>y many leading stock*. ?* i ?!SS i!3}' M | 114 ft lit HI ?? 14% **? 1M I?1S M N ABltl Copp#r . i. An Air! Am B?r*. Sugar. Am csn. Ara ("*0, pfd -g Am l *f and K?y A oi Cotton OU.. Am let Meet r?a.-, Ara Llnaaed Am Locomotive. Am Ktael* A Hef. Ami** R:pfd... Am Sugar Ref . Am Tel A Tel... Am Tobacco.... AntccoJa M Co. Atcblton AtcbUon r>fr|. . Ailanlle C U?. feal'o A Ohio ... Retblabem Heel Biooklyn R T .. faB. Pic . t.n. Leather..,. C AO i...

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Page PAGE SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 April 1913

OF DBBT^?OVT OF DANGER Ire we are located OurChaiaof 7 C V >11 S FORES Ho. 1, main store (old stand), Wells avenoe and Third street, n. e. Phone 1616. No. 2, corner Fifth avenue and Commonwealth, n. e. Phone 1619. No. 3, at 330 Fourth street, s. e. Phone - 1618. ' No. 4,- at 804 Dale avenue, s. e. Phone1617. fco. 5, at 214 Nelson street, s. e. Phone 1428. (No delivery.) ^ !|||Xja. 6^ at 126 East Campbell. (Men's, ' women's and boys' clothing.)' No. 7, at 225 Franklin Road (.Tames* old stand). Phone 233. a pfajMrtlid flflYing of from 1Q to 40 per cent on all your supplies. We can demonstrate this fact. Give us a trial. W. E. RENNER'S CASH STORES. AUnth??r*r? supplied bjr OOA?*m??ect loner, ntwidttkr, toMconnUt A BEAUTIFUL LAWN doee more toward making a homi Attractive than anything elee. It doaan't take but Itttla work aad you can always spare a few minute* often enough to keep your grata out if you own |\good UWN MOWED - * Don't buy anything but a good one. The bladen of ...

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

VOL. 48?104. ROANOKE.VA, TCESDAY AKTEpNOON, APRIL 29. 191: Mil PEACE MISSION Bentiment ? in California Legislature Toward Alien Land Btyl la Not Changed Thua Far By Arguments of Secretary of State. PLAN AS PROPOSER FAILS TO PLEASE Bryan Suggest! a Law . Barring All Alien* From Land Owner ?hip Until Alter They Have Taken Out Naturalisation Papen?Secretary Gives Out No Interviews. WILSON IN TOUCH WITH ?? SITUATION BY WIBB Sacramento. Cat.. April 29.?With Itnlmttt virtually u?r|nac?4 *m?nx U* I'rocrMiivt Republican majority toftrdi the alter land leglalailon, _folInwe MMoitao Bryan's vlait to the '?fcislatttr* on President. W ilsoa'a b?aalf, the UW?cai? legislature today laced e second brtadnMr of trnmtnt from Mr. Bryan. Mr. had not made public the content* or tola teleKrtm from Wllaon. r??h?4 in an-ik-?r td quNtlttnii propounded by the' Hvrturr at the doe* ut Uti niftt i eynfeieac*. ^Ulce arriving yesterday. BryAn baa' iscundu to au?*? any j>iuX? m. m, ?*- ^(11 in conferenc...

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

ARE WELL (Continued from .pure one. > Al*?? I ?I mil D?l?*4r4 Philadelphia. April 20.?A (tntril defense' of the attitude of thoee who oppose alien. touralilp of land nnd unreatrlc'ted Asiatic Immigration wna made yesterday by H. H. Stevens. member or the Canadian parliament from British Columbia. la en address before the Poor Richard Club rrrtirinr 1t?| If the. eastern states and the saafern half of Canada "muM P??ppraci*u in* real na^imn on?nre Pacific coast. they would sympathize with the viewpoint of the people out there towards the Chinese and Japan'^*5fr."Stive** laid down as a basis for bis argument that "Immigration la a privilege we grant, not a right for Wliens to claim." *^!|t may seem a small thing to let them own 19.000 acre* of land hut that ^ an opening wedge, a beginning.' he said. "Callfornlana think they know only too well how it would end. I ? think any one who studies conditions ?out there will agree with me that It would be criminally derelict for the ...

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

How to Overcome Constipation, Liver, ind BoWfcl Complaints ,;'v v*;v.*.*!vii?*?.;7 .? ~>v% 'Mac's Compound ? * ? ? v ? Figs mid Henna Syrup is a fruit syrup, highly relished for it* agrcealde taste. Mae'n KIj^h ftjwl Henna* Ryrup regulate the ?> howel arid stomach disorders, overeoiuejiabitual eonstiputinB- and' torpid liver, a wild but certain laxative, that never gripes/or sickens. Mae's Fi#s . ami Senna Syrup make a splendid laxative for children. They like it. Large45c. For sale only McCJEijs PHARMACY gysSmr. NOT FOB NOTHING, 801 FOB YOUB MONEY'S 'n ? WORTH DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Lit U> Prove It to You. TMI.KPNnNR IN. " BADTOBD STEAK LAUNDRY, . r SPRING ' ?y? briugx us fronh voRotnbleu <*vcry day. Our supply in new every day. Fresh Meats Beef, Pork, - ' Lamb, Brains. Frankfurttr Sausage Vegetables Strawberries, Radish, Onions, New Potatoes, Tomatoes, Hew Cabbage, Lettuce, Rhubarb, New Snap Beans, Beets, Kale, Pom, ' Fruits Orange...

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

AMD CANDY STORfX."" l?t Ul? aaloona ousted the vicinity of school buildings! i'II b? mora room for sandy let the Mloou stay where thejr are. The child ran will not quit their books for them, but they will for too candy store.?N. T. Herald.H I-irf them quit.their books for. the injy-ihop tn preference io pawlBC a saloon day after day. A candy estab?t bo a curse fn oar pertoraacha but the taste acquired oao never resulted in peopling raising taxes, rendering women children homeless and hungry, or yot produced crime snd murder. A candy store confidently displays ? behind uncurtained stretches of Class. The Uquor business Is the obo that hides behind cloecly-l * door? aad swathed "windows. * barber-shop disdains to con-I public view the far - fro mno face of a lathered custhere is mystery is always Instinct to penetrate, to ? ?flSTIleiTilJJen arid TwTho corner grocery contain* element of the mysterious. The grog-shop or saloon Is the only that bids and entices.] it is a trade enigms boy...

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

Pay as YorPlay For U?? Piano 4o your home! ThHi Is the modern way. 'he ' ?My way of buying a piano? and with u* It do<-?nt ?iattef 1 What until* you buy?weiftake no exiff|>t luoa. (rapt the beat low priced Inatruinent to the finest In our stock the delivery la lmmodiaf and th? terms ''guy Fnytnleiiti." <-?11 or write for price* on ?Ither ? Cable, Ktnitsbury. or Wellington 'Hlano. WO NWTKN TO MGX MUME MUSIC CO. C. T. JCKXIXCIX. M*r . HZ^W. Campbell Ave, .. BASIS OF UNION FOE ' CHURCHES ADOPTED \ ? 1 ^ <*<ilntnbua, Ohio, April 38.?The Joint r?r?ference of the Methodist 1'roteatant Church and the church of the United Hrethren In Christ. lb session here, tol?v' unanlmoualy adopted a baaia of onion for the two churchea, form In* a dew denomination to ba Known aa the I nlted Protestant Chorch. .? The report of the - commissioners must be ratified by the general conference of their respective churches before It beoomea effective. A new...

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

i Remea A Back Continue it for Only a Brief Period and the Good Re ?? suits will Surprise Yon. A low lU'te of the ftnenl healMi is now thf> accepted cuue of backwardness ia children So ia the case of ?r back ward child it la beat to look toll wards building up Its health. Tt will usually be found that the main trouble pla in the food. 4n lack of asslmilution and dlgeatton ffence care should b? Y . taken in the kind of food iIv^a to the i child. Thla. with plenty of-air and eserciae. rt?tiW~BrlnB about a change for the better. " ' Watch the conditions of the bowels, to. not* whether the waste la beihg passed ofr or not. or whether It Is brine passed t6o freely. If either iondltiou prevails Rive a smalt dose <>f that KMtleKt of all laxatlve-tonioa. Dr. Caldwell's Kyrup IVusin. Thousands of mothers will testllV to the wonders j tt has wrought in the live* of vtln ti own children, and for that reason legions of families like those .of Mts3. E. Brunt y. l...

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

GINK AND DfNK?The Jolts are 3e=sn=== . v -~-ir i iw.'fw mm?wn>?o futiwoie^ 'o#^ alhi} on "th* J ?i navmwy amh pat??wct mcrwRtsn?* how IERS AGAIN DEFEAT I THE SHIPBUILDERS Roanoke Team Playa Fine . Game, Despite Chilly Weather?Now Tied With Richmond for Pirat Place. 4V< >...??* .%.LawI*. The Tigera fielded like major lengu.stars behiqd Carpenter ihla afternoon, wtrile luck broke against the HhipI'ullder* at every turn, end Itoanoke had llttl* trouble In administering the tenth luerfMlre defeat to Newport N??l by the score of ? to I. Thd same, which wae played under clouds that threatened rain at any moment nad slth the mercury at a point tow enough to makb It unpleaa<!it to everyone, waa peyerthelean remarkable for brilliant fielding. HunMat catrhrf by Mattl*. Blausaer and Karty we?e feature*. The 8hlphuild> ?rs acoced their only run ,r* ,h* third ?then Motxer singled as a ?tart?r. fr.rred him at aeunnd. ntole and ?cored whm Walk...

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

J \ IPZIER Strength / THIS view of the Lozier "LIGHT O StX" chassis and you will have some spe-" fifir understanding of what men mean when you hear them talking about Lozier strength. Many: who are in a position to know have said Lozier is the strongest car in the world. Many have said, "you can't wear out a Lozier." The illustration gives you an interesting view wrf tijfcl |ilHftmii spring suspension, also. It is notable for the jfrw people who drryg Loricra. Lozier construction hfull of interesting things, bssed on the highly dtwlopcd automobile engineering experience. , ~~ LOZIER "BIG SIX?-$5000 LOZIER "LIGHT 5IX"-$3250 ' at yomr ewes wishes Hunter Motor Car Company ?03. 412 Henry Street. $. W. LOZtgZ MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT. MICHIGAN ~~ American Advance. ;? national prohibition weekly. conIn a recent issue ? page of ition* from an .iddrees delivered ?B a convention in Washington. The le of the addresa was ' The Relation Alcohol to PuMIc Health " Among ie quotations are the follow...

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