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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

V^WW^PW>fFJG?^^M3||pyjwrWPBpP'^;:r fysfTkr^** *7, . ~"v'r , y*T "^,- '~ .?. ?-?~ .; Tr11. V^'. '" r. <? ^ k - J: 4 1 .-' I pjcBoanokf BUortii-Nnua I VOL. ?0-N?. ?7. 14 PA0E8 TODAY ROAN OK E ^ VA., T H U It 8 D A Y AFTERNOON. AUGUST &?, 1 9 2 2. *- ~P~ft I C E TH ft B E C B*NTjjH ' J IW CONNECTED WITH BRITAIN'S OTHER DEBTS to Declares Secretary of the Treasury Mellon In Statement On the Subject Issued This Morning?Makes Public Two Hitherto Unpublished Documents Regarding the Transaction ? Statement Regarded As Reply to Balfour Note. Wwhinftdti. A ax. 14.?(By the International News Service.) ? Oreat Britain's indebtedneae to the United States, now totalling 94,19S,#00|000, is an entirely British American transaction, and tt has no connection with Britain's other debts, or with money owed to Great Britain by other countries, or with Oerman reparations, it was declared today by Secretary of the fratnry Mellon In an official Statement. Mr. Mellon's state...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

m Hundreds '< P To Take ?[ Day Events \j ' .biljrrn of the cltjr , , . thr mammoth field . inert which will b<? I ' I I'.irk tomorrow ami v li be keen fur th'w numerous prtxra iter, d for w inners in .? i? t-t,If A w nlfrBlelnii . - w , if ,i f- iture of tba' day. ? i |.<> itii* having been . - ii .??! < ?r event by l>l i ir iituts A. S. Craft. ! - '? ?iv? he baa enroll. . ... 'Ii?* l..i? ' 'If six white play* . . . ty more than J.itOO . ? I* is estimated that 2 > ? ? niMltlonal younjr* * t :i> t: rounds. The field ? w;l| lie I ha culm lo*i < ' ' ? : vii-r activities, and a l.ii.e tu... l"> a and xrirle from v< r?* a ' ! !!ie vlly ure expected ' V j' -lie -' illda of the city i , I i' v. ' i .*t k. lielntonl. High- | 1 I y - : .. tlllmer and N?r?. -lefed I'Ul'fround i i.? i.oid its Acid day j I'tilrt OOrrrd : ; <1 s o!Vcr? d *r . a r .1 a f.'llow ?. i 1...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

[ NOW IS WATCHING OVER JUL ISRAEL ?' r Tonimj Atkins on Patrol ' Keeps Warrinf Orooda At . Peace and Watohoa Mativaa Barrsat Crops Unmolested. V " \ Jsruaalsnt, July 2*.?<By Mall.)? This Is Ihs rrsat Xoslatn (ust ol llslrsm. anrf Pal est Ins sad Syria prosent scanas of unusual salsty and animation. Ths two eountrtss ars rsalIf oas. Only ths artificial division U suit tho Idaas of British and Vrtncb '* maadatss raaka tbons two. Ths pooyls ars ths samo.. Aleppo, by ths axtraordlnary Pranch asroomsnt with hi ust ap ha Xsaal of Ansora. Is now daprlvsd of all Its hlatsrlaad and all its trad*, and it must sltbsr dl# *i I? raturnad to tba Turk again. Crops Am KirmM. Tha crops ara being rasped. th? barley cut. and tha flalda ara reaplandant with flowers. Oaa can aac prototypes of Ruth and Naomi la '? arjr flald. cuUIng Am corn with tbt alckla and gleaning afterwards ai they did In Biblical limes, aa th* southern slopas of Bethlehem TWi scene probably has bean painted * hundred ti...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

II SOCIAL ANI HI MBS. J. W. StL OiUce Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. F PILKMCK Vt T"- ? ' ll 'n ?!' >#''k. Sr?-fcin? ' I?ldd?n thlnira ran rnrh inn* Marruret .viatncr, ot n?mItiOre. Mil . w a * the tverk-end ttueft of Ml** Nell Kate*, en Walnut Hill. I>ur?t In <117. Mr?. rh.irl.-? Klentln* of fjturena. .. }< C. 11 a." \ imuiik frltnil* "In 'he jci v lirturnrd from Autrt Trip. Mr and Mr* Unit* Vol*t. Jr.. who B/4 have hrrn on u tm tor trip to Cau* [j.,> a da. have returned. At \|ralnla Hrarh. Mesnra. William It.irtiett and WilI" t llam Kri '.i have l.o n enjoying a K 5 atay at Virginia Reach. Mr? tlrlibrr Itelnrn* Home. Mr* J. ? j.ii Ucl i-r has returned to her h- iro In \ .ririnia Heigh (T. I ! after a vi".t 1. i.\it.ves in RoX.nirnrtort tlfts. Itrturn from Vt a*h I tig inn. tf ' Mr. and Mrs K \V. Ti .?>y and Mr. and Slr>. luiu 1. ore I'avlt, who have been < :> a trip t M .<?h.r.g t&a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

HAPANESE beetle plEPORTED ON THE I WAY TO MARYLAND I v I V'n -rj.y 'J',': First Discovered In 1919 It I 8m Been Steadily ExtendI inf Its Area. I _ .. _i ' College Fir*. Aug. 14. ?The J*p|Mm A*U? la oil Its way to Maryfill*, wit* the time of It# arrival depeadinc upon/whothar It *om rw< ll an automobllS'nr wIuk? Its war mora alowly by natural methods of transportation, accord>ng to lTBMt N. Cory. State Entomologist, who racantly ylalt.d aactlona of Now Jersey whara tha HlSddf MhfijlMPi on la astahllablng a trana-l'aclflc colony. Whlla hot* State and Federal quarantines ara la fore# in tha heavily lnfeatod arvaa of New Jersey aid Pennsylvania. the bretla baa been extending lie territory ateadily alnce it waa Wat discovered In laic, aaya Mr. Cory. Tha spread haa been due chiefly to the rapid propagation of ta* Intact. ha aaya hat tha chief deeper of Its Introduction Into new territory Ilea In the poaiibllftlaa of Ma being carried by aatoiaebllee front the lnFested...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

pp^? is* The Roanoke World-News k| ru?t>n?hsd IBM k| koanokk. va. Pub >hr4 k*rry Dnr SxcrPt Buixtay ?> ?BY ? K TIMtS WORLD COHPORATIOM, |P Itw iiaiWin*. Roasok*. Vs. 7R* Ji yn > < rTsHBURS. Editor. _ Ktabm of Z*!* Anni-an Nrw?i>?p?!* Publtabara' A?*ortatl?? E,! Bouii?ra JicwtpApar Publishers' AMudtUtc II, The Aeaoctated PrMI Si Audit Bureau ot Circulation ? |? T'ic Aaeodated I'rvee ta raclualTely en|? titles! to the u?e for republication of all I* nrr< ?ii?p3tclire n?>llHd to U or not I' <<?b<r?iK crt-o.tcd in this paper and alao J) the local oe?e publmbed brrela ; KORKU. S KCTIieSKNTATIVB J. fralick A B.ttre. me, Sew fork and Ohlcaro V l oured at I'caloSico at Koaaoke, Vlrstnla. i, m. Sc ood Claw Mall Matter ' HATES.IJI ADVANCK ? 11 rrnt? per week pa/abta to carrier. I* ? :-'? per rear nayab'a at tba offlco. I- BY MAU, . j Tally one year ..flO i. Tally, ?ix an ti...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

1 t > - r ? 1 Bungalow Aprons $1 r J v-< Mad* of art on I p?rcal? and rinshatna. Hm?.ir? oairaatln* colors. Irltta tire pockoto and tla, back, cand 91.10 * ! ? 3-D?y Sale Price, Each . . ' a August Three Sale-N . Canton Crepe, Crepe de Chit ' Poiret Twill Mainly in the preferred autumn t cocoa brown and muffin k(a golden [?&?'" ' < r ' V Extraordinary Rare Vat ma's Shir at $1 Each ** . Good quality woven and printed Madras stripes and figured designs, all fast color man's size. Your choice of several hundred Monday?Tuesday?Wednesday, at $1.00 c . Neckwear Special Knit Ties, four-in-hand only, in stripes and ? regular values, special 2 for 25c. Lisle Hosiery, 3 Pairs $1.00 Good quality lisle sox in all favored color* 11 1-2, 35c three pairs $1.00. . Boys' Khaki Pants Every mother knows the serviceability of - trousers, we've sold hundreds of pairs of the Now you can buy them at 69c pair, 2 pairs $ Boys' Wash Suits. Boys' Norfo 79c Each, 2 ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

P -* 1. - ? TV \ ?v .1 ' r - ' -mR&y ' ever Be v ? I Variety as B - Sue 66x80-inch. I ' n f t? ttr v a i'ure Virgin wool \ 1 Blankets ^ Is even j! At $7.29 Pair HKAVV, finest quality puro Virgin Wool Blanket* weight 4 \ \ pound*, in beautiful dark and light . colored plaids. in{ j V Made from long sta block .plaid* S - i^^H I HlW Crib Bleu ^F. ? Kxocllent quality, I B MliT!* lU purchawd espcclall; A remarkable value, it ~~ 31 * 72 ^SW/i North Star . At$ ^LsTstAZL ' ?^n('? ^rom selected jh-imm>tf plaids in colors of ^ also plain white wi J; h ,f!-'i^ ^jtfupl *or? borders. s Here Are Weara Extra Dat) Children's Hosiery Values Children's three quarters fancy box, 4 pair I ' for .' $1.00 Children's cotton fancy kox, 5 pr. for ..$1.00 Broken, lot Children's Socks, 8 pr. for. $1.00 All 20c fancy socks for children, 5 pr. for $1.00 All 3oo and 30c fancy aocka for children 4 pair for $1.00 I All 50c, otic, hoc children's socks and three b quarter socks. 3 pair for $1....

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

^ ^ ||( ., [ M g Mil Mil ? KBOH1HB HnC JBMHBXMpp 1HB** >K "The ShoDDino Center* * 1 * M X* i I I Cheese and Cracker on Nickel Silver I $335Nickel Silver Vase \ I^I^^hV Silver Plated Flower Basket *$445 (Gold Lined) sK'j * Quadruple Salts and Peppers Quadru Special Sale $1 Each Spec Olio lnt fit 79 nflird fit Oiia/lmmln Platn-I rtn? 1#v? ?# T *?? V ? ? V* ^UUUI U|/1V A lUlVVk V/MVJ IVfc Vi I Saltfc And Pepp'ers?The lot includes two Candle Sticks different styles?very attractive designs. A choice of roun r regular $1.93 value. tractive pattcri Tremendous Values L House Furnishings 1 THE Buyer of our k. Do11' House Furnishings ///>mc (if B Qlasi department, in com-- W with b pany with other buy- Glass ers from the MaeBsin size 18 ^ store, sp'ent several ^ Nick days New York bars. City 'scouting afoumli- Toilc for these values. Ills M whlta < sneers* Hnnp denced in thesa items ?r nick at $1. , B Bath 1 shelf PERLE EMBROID- Whit ERY COTTON "KOT; 5c BALL r...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

rr PIRATES KEEPUP HEAVYMGING f * # r - Effective Pitching Of Sherdel Defeats Boston?Dodgers Down Chicago Aland Inn Of The CI Mb*. National. Won !/> ! Pet. N.-.- York .-.. 70 44 .603 Si. Lo-is 6? 81 .S64 h.raso 45 63 .661 I :t tshurgh t? . 68 ' .648 nolroatl 64 66 .633 )'?? -k yn 64 68 .487 !-ft. :;?.!. ! J.hl* 40 70 .384 ? ti 44 \ 73 .364 Y\ here Tkfjr I*lay Today. Pro klyn at Chicago. p..Hton at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. others not scheduled. Y ratrrday'a Hraulta. Cinelr.natl-New Y'ork, rain. Pp.'sburgh. 11; Philadelphia, 3. Chicago. 0; Urooklyn, 6. St. Louis. 3; Hoston. 6. I'lrrdr* On Ksmpice. n t Isburph. Aug. 23.?Pittsburgh dr..\e Mubbrll tr<>m the box in the third hiC'iig and then continued their hea\ y 1.Pins on Singleton. winning t...!a> s h-n-.e with Philadelphia. 11 to J S re R. H. E. I U...1 .? . . rvu |'?| iuv? a 11 i *5 1 It.liirc.'i ... 131 320 10*? 11 17 0 If .;ll . I! Singleton and llenllne; Cooper and Mattox. S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

Rjf v*r^- 4,' V 'V 1 Say? Hb Prescription H*? Powcrfttl Influence j Ow Itteimtif Mrf Jamas If Allan. of Rochester, K.^r., suffered far yfin .with rheumttUm. Many time* this terrible dliMMt left Mm helpless and unable '"ffa"5in*Hy decided. after years of raaaatcse etudy, that Do on* efn be free from rhaumatlam unlit the ?? tWOlM Impurities. commonly callad brio Mid deposits. wore dissolved In tha Joint* aadanttisdlea and oapelled from Ida body. With this tdaa In mind ha consulted physicians, mad* espartments and finally compounded a nrencrtptlon that Quiskty and completely banished avery slate and symptom of fheuotatloni from his ayatam. Ha freely fave his disorder/. which ha aaltad Alltnrhti, to others who took It. with what mlrht ha railed marrelofta SOcceaa. After yea** of urging ha decided to let sufferer* everywhere know about hla discoverythrough the newspapers. Hf has' therefore Instructed fated a lt-ictoi and Humphries A Webber and dfUKBian everywhere to dlapaps* Allanrhu wit...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

i 1 IF YOUR CC I j THE WORLD NEWS ' * :?-' ? !vWtWin ratss 7? % Mot } , ! fronts to the IIM. . \ -.ssslfiH Mc pff Inch. I I v a-!rrrtislnf strictly I .. s :> iii-e. i r??h rate* to long-term ad* ? u application. ? i?!i rr:'!*t accompany all out-of- . J t.nn c-d. i. H > V . i??.iicatlona not permitted, i s , ;u or bcavy black-faced type ! r<rm;t..d J! t l <.;> niMrornta rauat reach the ! olfi.-e by S 30 p m. for r i Men next morning; Saturday* , I rr i o J'nOXE 3145. Al'TOMOtULKS It iMM'- r>. r- g-icigr nrar 1 IKK) block t. Hi-iry s: |*hone l'JOA J. l>33? 7 \ iTT.l ' rnT lirs r ?-1.10 Church Ave , - W Choi.r ll'f.'K. KOil v\I.F ? \ ' " Kurd truck. Lu good con?:.t!uti ! *.) i rrrl.atilrd. J.'IK) c?*h. 1111.1 T in.; ?; A>. > K Call between & and 7 p re IHB3 W.?NTFI-- . u?! tt.iiul DchIcc. Eucz. Hupiti' " >i l'ii?! ?r. Muat t>e in A-l c i i'i' -41.1. rare ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

. * Market and F I W. Y. Stock List ' -A- >- ii- 1 ii h " ' J Om. CI?^1 < !! ? ' "4 1M.? Uacalled 4% 100.70 Market New* Tlif local stock sad bond market, reported by the Liberty Trust Com* pany: Bid Aaked tmerlcan National Bank. 1*0 ltt olonla' National Bank ltd Hi Day and Niaht bank.... lid r * M Credit. (? * ) >1 First National Bank ... 4d0 'Iret National of Vinton 1*5 ISO ' tberty liuat Company, lid ... fruit Bank. <p-*o>... tl x:? ?atlonai Exchange Bank 40d 'copies Perpetual <p-*0) *5 avlnaa and Loan Corp 11* 'Ilia Cm*rente* Trust... 108 US Brand flboe Co. ?0 ? tltar of Lynchburg 814a . 87# ... city of Portsmouth 4Vjs. ... 10* City of R. aroke 4 Ha.... ?5 loo University ef Va. 4a i:ii. on Roke Pair Aaan. (p-75).. 2S 10 Riverside 4b Dan River Cotton Mills com 2*0 >.. Riverside 4k Dan Rlvar Cotton Mills, pref. .... 102 ... Roanoke Oas Llcbt 21 woke Wafer Wka Bonds ... 77 R. Water W. B. pref. stk. ... 18 (...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 August 1922

?.' ' . < ' ft I Jpr 1 i fes OPPOSED p TO TROLLIBUSSES f I > Residents Of Suburb At Tidewater Ho Not Want Street Cars Taken Off Line \ 13."?Tho proJtailw ay. unit .> ?* i: < t-u irplure trolley # # t V- I ' I'lll IH-I ftlTY |U tr^lihuaiiea. ia be 11 f <.; i . *!y rondenta of IteikU-y,. i- 1 .? .iiul tk* matter .1 ! *. * i f tillered by the Nor'tin t..?> v ' T.h? auperrlaort of Norfolk t%- 't ?il,l uieo comldcr the .p ?l i : i' r nio-luju . ?v i -\ I 'Dtiv l for the comI- -* it to the Iterkley in iri ' v ' ? '' * " !? of the atreet . . ? be i? - ; .lined to the Catnportella s? t< r' ttiat the company :?e t e .1 br ilxe for trolli! ]??n ? "f the Itrauihle ton I ' ? t ? - ?!!:! J-'tifT oppo "tun i? i-\;? ' ! t.> develop ehouli! the cok.I'j' * le to iany through iti.t p!..., Mr. \ :..it i? i. . I t made the proI'miil to ! ?? i ? Mita officially, htt.i.t; : a-? t>: ;e them lii un in' rn.a! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 August 1922

ppnpjp^pr pij(Mfi!W|i?ipi"jfH,n| IIifim P I^ifiii.i Ml piiinn111 I .|I>> W'lI'lHH 1PI"1HIF'|" J 'If lw'>'l^|ii|Bgi|lP11 ' " 1 W^ "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY";- | Clt f\ U tf O WEATHER PORJuHr rJLs |pl0t lu ?> . V6U 40.?No. 48. -*4 4 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, V A., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 2 5, 1922. PRICE THREE C EN T 8 M. ' V, > TO PRESIDE 'I, ? Eers where they before parleys ' I White House Not Expected to Permit Struggle Between Railroads and Thair Man tn I Tie Up Traffic?Belief In Administration Circles That Shopmen Fell Into Tactical Error 6y Rejecting Harding's Last Proposal. By David Iawrrnrf. (Copyright. it:}, by The Roanoke World -)*ews.) Washington, Aug. 25.?The next Dove In the rail strike is President, larding's. , The collapse of mediation on the art of the Brotherhood chiefs and he rail executives leaves the sltuaion exactly where it was when Mr. larding yielded to an impulse and Jlowed the disputants to try setling the strike ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 August 1922

HMDS LED TO f HOLLINS COLLEGE f MORNING [- Thousands From Roanoke and 3otctourt Counti?svAttend ' Old Fashioned All-Day Outing. It" llotllns College thin -- fik - 'iut drede of (urihrri and . ; s "f Kuanok* and Uotejourneyed to the actna !? ti i--ir :h picnic and nld-fush.*..1 a '-day outin*. Kverylhlntr . ,i? r>.idiM >* at an early hour thla i: and preparations were comr th<- Magma of one of the" ,rt.i t >. 1 time gatherings In the :? - tin- two counties. M a-l-liti-oi' to plenty of food and .-u;r" :.? .?! rt'.nr events." music was >r.r .: . t' > i sr.d among the attrac ;"> . ii.-tetena-t County Karm In:!.1 . I -t li.il lieen secured for li- u-iv a: > J.c.ilcd the imaltltudo ?"'(t I f.itrn tuii?? and plantation n.-' ii.-, i...?\ 1 ei) niM^and wind. it.,.- e I . : :ci'l Instrnni>nta. Nelr. i. f the Virginia Karm Hu'i ?u w . fi.?t::te the musical pro;rai:, v '.i '.t.iler rendition of th...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 August 1922

HARDING GIVEN A FRAMED COPY OF THEMAGNACHARTA ii .1 * Seals of the Barons Who Bifned It Shown In the Benlioa to B? Presented to the 'Ohief Executive. ?? ' Bf. Paul, Minn.. Auk. 15.?(By the AMOcUUd Press.)? I'rrHldrnt . Hard- . In* la to receive A beautifully frame! copy of llama Cbarta from the Mama Char la I?ay AMMlaKon, It , waa announced today by J. W. Hamilton qf Bt. Paul, founder and aocrotary of th* association. f Tha copy, which will bo II by St Inches, will ahow tha aaala of flit baron* who participated la tha aim* In* of tha document, and It will bo 111 ?olors. .A amatl braaa plate, outlining tha presentation to tha President as the .honorary president of tha - Manna Charta Day Association, la attached to tho frame. A copy of tha Mama Charta alao will be presented to Governor E. U* Trinkle of Virginia. In recognition of his act as the first Governor to lean* a proclamation ratlins for oneervanee of Magna Charta day. VINTON j MBS. C. D. KVAAXK P.* ( orr?|o?<f &...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 August 1922

SOCIAL ANE \ I MRS. J. W. SH ' Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. P BsVhry Ki' ' > <lll" *>r the^ Rji a whrTr It's green I I- i . ' !> k tram from. Pi IT' L k v .,. j . .. . In a darkest ?" V po r< < " V ? ' in and so J Hun - . '!"wn-dt-ooped ht .1 .* : ' ?? I t,? v. t .. .. f; 'ay without thr O! In;? ' ~ ? one nt Ills I'-. J ! _ / ,: .one Patterson. .1. i "on' ? ..: ; > to ?? . W.-rk-l iol \l ? I'llMtrj Club. TI.i " the <"olil!trj I'lub't II . will t>e ">li? Jo.'. . Ji. '. anil Mrs. Joseph ./V. ? ;r. T:.? ..in" k.inie n ill he fcalii-J ei . " >. i. in the utter* *#U?II.. "1'l.e Tii'n'.'ii S.. ! lav nUUt dance " ?'111 l.'lUt J ij. . tianU or Mr?. ttotn-rt Inritwrll, Mir I. I 1 .if.:ii. i ii.is us KUr.iS (Tin In i ; ' i vi.it nsboi o, Mrs. Jan . ' > > . ?' : ..tile dauifbt? r. I'.i : i 'i'l. ihi ma t'it y. Okla. a- -i V' 4. v. I.I'utstiu'r. i . Mi". ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 August 1922

tow? JUNIUS L WEST Lieutenant Governor Comet Out Scmarelv For Better Roads Movement Lloa tenant Governor Junius 1 WMt, Ot "Biifflolk. Vs.. ?u M? of the (Mltl at U? meetln* of H*U< oka Rot pry dub last night at Hotel Bapaohe. ul la a snort bat spirited alfrtw mb* oat squarely far a Itrpr and ware comprehensive ?ood soafb movement In Virginia. Ua said the greatest problem la tba at*to today was bow to acquire an adsqaate system -t highway* and aauty of the troubles national and Igteraddiesal, aad one that was peel ally peculiar So Virsini* was the arned ratti prettesa. ?d. Weet heMoved thai the novtment far batter MgBwars in tne state Would not be realised untU a at* leadership ?OM to tho front, and Mid tha bualmm Man of the Mate who wad# up tha bMlMoo ar(MiHti?M and fait Moat keenly tha mad of battar road* Mat furnlak that leadarabtp hp Mint loparwrd man wom thalr own ranks. Ho enunciated a naw slogan for tha /mod roada moveman t, "Dot as capitalise tba history of Virginia...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 August 1922

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Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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