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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

I ' I' .1.1 J ,J i | '4r:>; <t v > tK* * , p v ?? j ? I U RULE WliST I -BtniKTtn civc m cloak adopted byth* '35 aay* "tha tairurjaip which tta H klan Inspire* ana tba ilaadi that M*t baaa don*. In A'J . unlta to produce a condition that cannot !> tolaratad M :a that believe* In law and or?t*r . Hare la tha Governor's atata . *'ntI *r Cyrwaw Uwmrr A. AlWa. ?f mam I / (Written ?*clv*i*nljr for Interna tionsl New a Service.) "rwt 0??id. Kana.. Oct. tL?The ! prisclPal ntiuc? of the Ku Kt?i Clan la In the lawiuintii It ?( gents. H umm tha taib spirit and Ita policy of oecreoy nod in all In am tljii a Hoik behind which acta of outlawry Md crime ara committed. While theee acta, may not always be committed by klanamon. they are committed under the cloak adopted by the klan. When are aeek for the responsible beads of tbla ordar they caqnot ha found. Yesterday a new maaked ordar call* Ina llaalf tha "True Blue" made ita ppeeranco lu Oklahoma. /. Ita...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

p ^ I j ?> # % / ^ i v % v * V TU* c ndl"? mrk?rH okwe. be .Olock at midnight \> rm.it ill htodTH mirror -ra< ked in two. Vltadow thai ? <? nut inv own jjjASMd'avd twuehed ttfv sleeve M Ort t heforh rnc up the stair? Fo* tbal '?'v HuHow- Kvk; ' " . ? . MINNA IliVINfi. . A.'t?l/ru|nmr?i? Tokfll. The entertainment* i-f t..dsy Inuda a, small ^uOInn brldgo party Mm It i><unr Ktv?.u by Mrs. 1. S. rlchard ..t her residence on Thlr>?nih Street. for. Mia. J Walker hid welt,, the gurgia Win ? orrty-a- ft* f tfra you"rg social s?-l Dr. and Mra. H. 11 Barnes will enbruiln the bridal part} i f the Kleinm-tUine-weduing ar.d out-of-town eta at a reception tonight at their Mldeare or. Ferdinand Avenue. S. r? after the ehurch rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs R. J. Shoffner trill Iva a-amalt informal reception totght at their home on Woods Ave lie, fit W.. tor their daughter. Miss |?e Shoffner, and Mr. Samuel Itea ov whose marriage i...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

. half of frahre cornn be m out by war gas . I " lUwspapcri W?ra That Hew Ckeml<?aU Art Mora Danrtrona Tfcan ~ 1914?Use of Masks Urged. ?r rnlnit k. Abbott. (International N?w* ttervlce Staff Corroapondpat.) ?rt-,"r-.7n ?*** of war half Including Pari*, may i>* *r?f?n?i ' jP*- warn* Le Matin. w?rVr* mam<. *nt*r uu. 8?tana for tb* future union* w? d?7 * JIT ?C torrwr," la th? Samant of Marshal roc a. tatoa that France* neighbor* ?r? actively *ladynig,.lh? employment of ma tt an offensive i w*apO? Tb* article 1* wrtltrn b?f?**.0** report from th* t nit*j Sta ? rotating to th* onprp* ?* rra??o to protect har oldier* from aaa. ' _ ..w?l|,*t*?wn French professor recently naked to borrow an army M fwa for an espertmant. Ho ini*m UBengb an ontir* c*oo of auppoBodly Mr viewable maak* and W wj1* U? good condition. , ...w* m -PWaombor that th* 3t. Ulan population must bo protected f-.T!*1' ** ???*^l<ll?ra. Millions of elelllaag may bo killed In the ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

I SIEFPS THH0U5H 1 I TRIAL FOR LIFE I Fortocr Minister Adheres to I Decision to Preach to Jury. I State May Object. I . tatombr ro Cm. Ort M ? (Dr tlio Associate Proom.)? Ell ott I'adrlch. f?rr?r nlnl*ter. who dorlmroa that \ tfc?. hand of Gi-d d1-?ct<4 ^>m In th* of hi* pr*ttv tonnk wife and mo'b?r-ii -'.j? XI:o M I pin-ii. and tmit In him drfcnuo >iat?rnrpt to tho Jurr ho would artotnM to i>rracb a H' omyti"n on the mnun?tiflm?nt "Thou halt not ootm thT nvirhhor'a wlfo.~ XM>r *? expected t<> ttkn the stand la h trial on murder rhtrxt> Patrick has shown little Interest In the flaht his attorney* ire inaklnjc ta aave him from the ..-allows ard Taaterday he el*nt in hi* chair while a larxre part of the 8tate'a- evidence *. was belna submitted The defense contend* the former T.ir.tstir was insane when he shot both his wife and rother-'n-law while >n an automobile near here June IV. w A l...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

_ p I Hp? r Fac I Kin \rwith fire-box I Kg promptly at 9 o'clock we will lent now Dresents a of ?. tore & Range Company will ghr ' and fuel. Proves why Buck's ai I ^ take the necessary i 1)1 ~ buck's Huron I ,M" %0 i Gas Range U ^ For the small family who I] wo< rants excellent quicla baking I ' -j A economical fas range the |l . luron model pictured above H l#,t' HH be up to your idea of If l rorth and down to your idea ?price. ' J* .This neatly designed gas ange has backed black Japan fc* n all outside cast iron parts, c nd both sides of body. It has .Ide enameled over door panel nd removable over linings. llon !his is an ideal eras ranse for a ? ? ?, - | ICUI knall home or apartment. Hfud | Ju?t tell the Salesmen to L Charge It. I Buck18 "Mogul" Cast Iron Range V^Another splendid Buck's Range that I unusually large in size is the Mogul iictured above. It is made doubly atractive by the sanitary white enameled-. Ten door panel and lining. The san\jkry white ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

i ~^ww.ri ' I VIRRINIA FAVS nninr nr irrvrnnu I will not bo k< Pt out of tli* gam? wfth Washington and I-co pcit Saturday. Early this mom'ng the special Cullman carrying tbo Vtrirtr.la squad J returned from the trip north. Many of the bovs H ere worked hard Sat T urdav and In consequence the drill 1 tomorrow tirotnIs*-* to be light But If, the Orar.ee and Blue Is to b? ready to meet the tieneral* by the end of the week there will have to be some hard afternoons of practice between. In lum* phases of the game Virginia showed a marked lmtirovement ovi-' er former contests But "those who watched closely saw that- there are .* still mjro-v Weak spots which willhave to be -strengthened before all will be In ship shapo for the big game at the end of the week. Besides the showing cf the first , strinr backs the work of Walp an I "" Kittle in thy back field ha* brought Into the lltne' glil two touugsters who are llktlv to develop Into dangerous men before another season has gone ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

H H I Qfy* Ifo I (PuM^jMI *t-Tf tnl W^Jam ******* " uU?i B? ? '-Li .HI I 1"-^ In.JJJ K !i. C uuu mi. ooc. Has Good Meet <?r H. R. B.) Ufs ?U certainly la evidence at Si {'n*,,l,|r 2* lb* Waahln*. Ar b*,,1 Prw?ra?w of the S*r ?*" *croea In excelleat atyla. "4*^ waa an.ndid and a ^ h?nirP.*a? '/'""Vk" W. U ? .as rotinreii by the apwarane* of var4t mam bar a of tha & ,.w i Jy: rfIJd . oodlv number from LhaTiAi(mm*.*cw Wflrat aumbar onf t^SKJSn Ste^iKBi ad Nat' Oar.a on the negative. Tha' abate wu both Inatructlve and In-1 tfaiiltf, ahowed hard work and 1 trtpftfeiinn t* f?.-rf hain<4 und wu SB fsU'SS-i?sa??5l?nd Mmith n( new imoni tk| girls if lb* eocitly. ,, ;:> A vacal Kilo?"One rleetlng Hour** iJt&tYxziiJftrw-vjfc'is: >nd at their requeat ahe favored them rlth 4 charming little negro lullaby Dugky Steep Son*.'" after which llaeed Haiel Stamp anil Louise ''urlo* enacted aiv-origlnal phntottiln*. t proved the "nit" of...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

II I! SM WILL R FIGHT CONVENTION mm -. - / predicted vote Will Be Against Proposal to Re. vise Constitution. ^Ev. . Norfolk, CK . 10?Witb only a few <?>a remaining' before the election ' . ' ?? congressional campaign In the -.Wk- Dletrlct In pruvlni: one of the tost italics* In years. A heavy vote against calling a new constitutional convention Is expected. Party committees "hav not been active. eo far as could be learned today. ?, J and political leaders expect a light vote, especially lu the counties. ,1' lltil IHx* Xn speaking Ilepreaentative J. T. Deal, the Pome-eratlc m'mlnw, has been attending - meetings In Several of the counties nnd greeting. <In- voters personally, fs lie baa not made any afteaktug etik'Krnxnt.v however. imJu" fur a> 'J present plana go there tAll be no Democratic campaign meetings. Senator. Claude A. Seanaou. who la ' * opposed for re-election l>y. J Williamson McCavock. of Max Meadow*, Kcpubllcau. I* ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

IQPf^pW11'1 ' W'J-. < 1 11,1 ! SHOP STRIKE IS Pfli ITICAL issue IN GUtHANI TOWN * ? Unionist Quits Meeting When Harding Administration Is Blamed?Criticises L^bOr Leaders. ?1PP?w^fp t a rah a no. Vt., on 30.?Tho old political pot ta bolllptr hot lb Taretrett. The Republicans put over tat they) bout la the blflNt dap ' peUtlcally. that Taxewell ever saw with a rally and barbecue at tasewalt Saturday. Slemp waa the chief apeaker.' I The Demoerata hart bad their haavleat artillery In the country dur:z'.. ^^sfwasisrvs Tt. Uuchanan and othera have apokan In ttab onnty In the Intereat of the Democratic nominee. CUC. Puery. Ola * crowdi have turned Out to alt these meeting* and the aoeakera have Invariably received ctoeo attention. Mealan* Makes Point. Congressman Montague la one of hla addresses predicted that ths Republican party was doomed a* a party and would not esltt mhch toager Mr. Montagu# drew a rather pessimistic >aWi of world affairs In general 0 'iff tlaaw?...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

| SIXTEEN v SMYRNA HORRORS I WITNESSED OY AN I AMERICAN WOMAN Sanitation Impossible, Disease Sure to Spread, Says Dr. Esther Lovejoy? Many Men Tajre Own Lives. New Tork. Oct. 81.?(By the International News Service.)?Filth, pestilence and death followed the Turkish occupation of Smyrna, ac(j? cording to Pr. Esther Lovejoy, of this city. Pr. I.ovejoy, President of the International Medical Women's Association, was the only American woman present during the Turkish occupation of Smyrna. She returned recently to her home here. t'holera In Smyrna. Only a few riarye ago cholera was discovered In Smyrna and since the "refugees have been transferred tQ many different ports the disease - is bound to spread. Many dead bodies are still floating about the (locks. The streets are In an unspeakable state and probably will not be cleaned for weeks. The simplest sanitation Is out of the question. "I went to Smyrna." says Pr. I.ovejoy. "with an open mind and no biased opinions, and for a long time I...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

SECOEIG IAY FORUQBOR ohibltion Officers Intercept Car on Martinsville Road With Booze Aboard Martlnseille, Oct. ?0?Here's the ory of two' man who etna a Ion* tance to cat under thair liquor: Prohibition officera In lha vicinity . Martinsville jresterday cot wind an attempt to transport a large entity of llquro from tba moun1ns of Patrick., to a community >ro desiccated and therefore mora demand. Tba officers lay In wait id before lone there aatna In slcbi baodaoma tourtnc oar, baa>lnc aa o*m?^ZT2. n,u?b*:- . Th? car was ^i? ?b?*" 'B'orn?atlo?. *o for starch, but tt>? e car (two) were an 'ous to avoid 1 tins any officers and loon ? y ware waved down Jumped from J a machine aad "enNo couraa *u open to the probttlonofficers each action except approach the car and find out , igrt wti tha matlar. 'he aauae for tha precipitate flight ! the two men wee apparent aa on aa the oftlcere rrathed the car. , Herein they found 4k gallons oi , luntain dew. The car a...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

MAN SOLD' Fv .1 I tows ordere. Mn-Htf*?"-" Dot permitted. Mu cote or ta?; black-faced trpo rermMtei All edtertliamenie Bait nook the (XWIMM oKlce by ?:J0 p. a. lor pubilcaUea wxt Borotoi; Saturday! FHONX lit;. NOTICE We rclios mta'i and women's toala and orercoats?Phone 673-J. Mitchell Tailoring Co. 4H3 ACTOWOBILJCS roa SAUC ?New HupmoMIe. Rfuon for elllny" wist to turret tbo mosey In hew Phene 1826M. * 6390 13ED CIAJ8ED CAR?Ufht Orerland Srdan. re--on <1111 oral. f loll bed. now battery, rood Cord urea. Harper Motor Co- Inc.. ?i.>0-?13 Com town St., S. W, rbooi 2780. 480WANTED?Ford ownere to know that Petrr*on Short Proof Timer W|r*? era yuarantced not to ihort circuit during the hie of your nr. O. H. Schllllnr. State A rent. 1204 Fourth Arenue. N. W? Roanoke. Va 6180 ONE AND (JLAltTER TON TRUCK?Good condition. Kpaaonable.- Phone 4331. ceor WANTED?The belt llfht uaed car S1U3 will buy.. Slate make. year, condition. Will deal oaiy with owner. Addreaa "B" OT &am...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

Service Machine*?'Prinoeton Looks Good In Major Trio. Br Walt** t ut?. . My hportet LmmO Wire toTli* lloanoko World-New?. Copyright, 1115.) N?w York. Oct 11.?Complications tiMially expected around November 1. have already eel la the football fever which hae kept the temperature of epart enthusiast* above normal this autumn. Ae things etand at preeeat, the doctor* would eay. Ite an Interesting caae. learvard waa In the lead of the Bis, . Three three week* ago and Princetoil waa at th?- bottom. It ta possible that Harvard has not gono hook but the game with Dartmouth would not Indlcata that ah# had advanced material tjr. Princeton* work In Anally winning from Chicago ha* advanced har atock materially. In fact, tb* Prlneeton team that playad at ChlI cago gav* Mrtleam "? ?" ssrtSgS&Sjt*oS r??MTnduh'i* HYv"rd7"^i fJ'tbo moit k2?*??a U M? .?n?,t versatile of any bt* ??i JT,B. *" lhre* Inatltutlona. v i ,h* P'orala* kteen by Neale ut It work of Cleave* ?i^U5 !2n is-10*** th*t t...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

f?'l% * ' v * ^P?WEXTT B^- _ I ; I I Tk- ? | A IIC IIIfCAiVI fenlfBitnt I*rrff rre?l? \rr >o? \i j L* | T*fcetr llli^li* *?t t*rlrr? du Hrrortl, j B' Hut Mill *?cll j [ tf llrid Approximately 5.vj, j f Almost any ?-f ? i. r ki?: t - i ke .1 ?'imp. } f;. to?nt prrfrrr??iN n .1 \ t-?? louacl.r a.? .?n * fftvestment |mr? ;<?. : Minp'?\ ? ( " jtm-. but the irnc hit* ? in - putchan- 1 5 Ara should cxpcoi lit*.J?* spocuJ-avt c ' ' Appre-'iat ii-n ins?i M?'*i ? i Of the lwnut'j1 .?i r .k>-;iir i: a* lit*' 1:?2peak?. an I. is. sh 1't? .11 the highest B laveI? In tin tr li.>! >:%. A Khmlh tn equipment lut.r.K t ti t pa?t six itnoruh. not t > meni i tin- t in surrlua ccounts hunt up Our.-is lh? war. I a* atrenctlu In <1 the ill \ ?l r:irnt pnslP; tlon of -the Mm'h.v 'i i t* preferred* r;?kave adv?M'< a in prior a p|>t yMinut'ly * points from t' nr r.-.i ion *. and' EpCTOtn !? to it points above ...

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Page TWENTY-ONE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

_ M.J?t ?J ?: to Account For Any Weakness. Br itori r. Wwi. Dy Kpeclul Unixi Wire to the Iiut? noke World-News.) Wall Street. New York. Oct. ?L? Today'! market action! could not well >! Understood without reference to he position they were In when trad* nr ended on Monday. The action of the general share list n the final hour of Monday's trading mpresaed 'experienced observer! as hat of a market- la .which specula* Ive selling was being overdone. There was nothing In the outside luslness situation calculated to Tighten Investors into throwing over ,kele KdJl- ?? *- " - **" ?uvm-aii*. 4 up Muinv cam* nanlfeatly from overloaded specula vo acounta and waa partly In the lature of forced liquidation and part* y represented the exreut on of tb# am I liar "atop ftrdara." But alone ?rlth all thla operations for th? dedine played a very Important part, md the Indication* were that the >hort Inter*tta had been considerably ncreaaed. Threat larlftelaaL Thla wan the techni...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 31 October 1922

y%ENTf-TWO "LIVELY BAIL"' IS f ; APPARENT MYTH Records Show More Runs Scored Before It Was Talk> cd Of?Small Parks Aid Sluggers. . P B My .lulin II. Fwlrr. By l8p*(Ul ? orr? rpi nd'nt of the ltoa> , IlOke Wm u > Copyright. 1923.) Dei. 31.?There will be 1 ' ho change :n .isahail Iti 1933 which Win nlf..i tii it Mini playing of the .. (Ritif A c.r ? .* f I he owners of the Jpajdr Ic.ag u i'..it makes that tstatetnent pr.o ? > eerta It1 There have pMr'y of raps for \ the so cil e.l lively hall but the sta tlstlcs oI .; ? came no not bear out I the will nss.rticns that have been f. Rp \ made v >n.. rnii.c It There Is no lively ha :is a nattir of fact. Kvery ball is tna under Iron-clad contract condition ami the breaking of any apvclflo.it on in that contract would rcr.d. i i' .r'hl.'?s a business Involving thoti?ar<!.? of dollars. . ... l"P"n liiv? : Ication It has been found that run* and hatting have . hi n c i I i &...

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

' 5S pjemoatiokc SawWeroi::~^E1 V_^ S# V^s ' \ X V" V^ / doadlMM, rata ta> ntrm# *m..|l ^ ' 1 1 Tr*"**"?-*?r?r* " ? | *1 " *~ ' . ! _. ? ' . i . . -i . T i ' . ""* i?i ?? ' VOL. 40.?No. 106. 18 PAGES T O D A If ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY AfTERNOON. NOVEMBER i. 19 22. PR ich THREE CENTS ! * '1 1 T- .1 Pi I -t u.- r 1 .. Ji. I I . . T^iF-r. . DAVIS WANTS SAVING WAGE FDR RAIL MEN Secretary Says Situation Demands Prompt Remedy? Lauds Ability of Workmen A - III - -II - * * - io wearner necem economic Storm?Has .Made First-hand Study on TransContinental Trip ? Men Want to Negotiate Individually. [ By JaoH-K S. NheHiy. (Copyright, 1932, by the International News Knrvfce.) Portland, Oregon, Not. 1.?Abolish the Kail road I.abor Board and free the railroads from governtnen1 tal fotters. The Federal meddling, without reel power behind It. stirs up dissatisfaction and Ir.-ltatlon?decentralization of treatment of the railroad Jabor Controversy is vitally needed. Pay labor a "saving ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 November 1922

A. OF C, BACKS UP POULTRY SHOW ;r>v* Will Co-opemte In Making the Undertaking a Success. !.. Other Matters Taken Up By Directors. IK11 lur*cn>m ?r V* L?? remi^r pvuW I trv ihaw In- nnniixli. ?. <1 >. n ? fa NEWS IN ITABLOIB FORM I JUthmorJ Nov J? i By tin- A*I 3r Mtottd PrtM.) ? Fifty mipluye* of 1 | Lhw ItaUitru BaUwi i . * <>? > were I lu p6ti?*non 01 hitaalt for rnUKlnI M? At their Job* w hell ?li? *b<>l>Ill*fl'a; I WHk* WO* <allv<l on Jul) The I **ariiHl by I ,i|rf?* I I MM11 ynUrid* ?? j<2?liin-n?l tofcen? of tlie i; .1 rr?i> .ippfcrlatlim H ?f ll)?ir lo>ttM>. i?? 'iiir-? f Hi* HMMflyV prefer.-! tuivlli)," r**n ^nr?D llirti* MM i.ii di4* ? r mwii?n?, .-?yv. i ?mi' ,1^ PM Pr?n?>--.Vi! nIuimIoh fi *?v*nt> of pur>> It? tl < it He trtwn from '>...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 November 1922

Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION ^ bell-amg l5E?^Sb| SuroRcltef DELLANS 251 and 75? Peckatoe Everywhere TOD \ V* MIITHD.IY* Duke of Abercoen. the premier peer of Ireland. borii i3 years sk<> Hon. Itodolohe I^rmleo*. Hp*?k?r of the Dominion House of Comaaena, burn in Montreal. & years ago t??e?wy Hon. Newton Wesley Rovell. long a prominent flirure In Canadian penile life, born In Cobnly Middlesex. Ontario. U years aao today. Huston Thomnr . former Asalo* tant Attorney General _of the I. 1. nuw 111 nn orr or Mi* rM?rtl Trade CommlHlon. born at Lewlaburg, Fa.. 47 veata axo today. Oaorau W, P. Hunt. Democratic n*mliwf for governor of Arlsona. at HuntavHM. Mo. > years a so today. " \ t;.a*l Maya. pitcher- or the Now Tork American Liairui baitlMll tram, born in Louisville. Ky.. 30 year* ago today. Tate haa uncovered a now gridiron atar In tfee person of Whltcl Ncalr. brother of Crmv N?il?, thr W. and J. football coacb .and National tongue ball playe...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 November 1922

ri ww I II TO PRISON 1 I ?AT RATION II OF HOAUGHTER liife-Termer Who Escaped' I lit -?l-i m -* *1 0 . :il E9? rcuivcutiMJ AVIu For "Ultimate ParOn Good lecord. II f I Tr Pit-fcrli la I L?u??U Wlr? to The .Xew?, Copyright iV2J) tougc. I*.. Nov. l.?Victim lighter'* vingttiicc, Jess* ut Curulhurwvllli. Ml"?,y r?-entire<J tito l.oulplan* IWntlury. frcm whh-li he i >mr.- imo. t'nlvati par.111 May there until he diva, I rave Im r??"H''<l hie iliuih I Mr corptinv (tie utleutlous of a I i B>unf man to whom bo objected-. In 1'jfl Jim kill<il .1 neighbor. Tom b Wpalty, who stole* "his plow, lie McadeO. s It defense but wa? found j Jlillty^cf murder ami feuteiu*ul to ! Be lru|>ri>outi)i-iit. Ju lUt'J be tell I Apr d. r.lv lii pi- iny tjood.l ^ ' BconJ of tin l.t-< 1? joins W111 InlluI Sire a jmrtln'*.' In* i-ald lotlny Just J I'fcfoiu tjm oil doors closed on film. ] 9[P can't belli v - thtv it'll make the I...

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