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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

s* ,r ' y DRINK FIGURES QUOTED 10 SHOW wmmm Minister of Homo Affairs Gives Evidence of Growing Extravagance of Peo pie of Nippon. Uttlu. > Japan. Oct. il?Tha con* rtiiuption of sake. Japan's national an4 potent drink. Increased from d,? 244.214 koku In 1914. to 4.712.171 In 1)14 and cigarettes from 7.447,174.440 to 17,444,000.000 In tha same period. Those figures were quoted by Dr. Rentaro Mlsuno. minister of Home Affairs, as evidence of the growing extravagance of the people of Ja* '"VjftlMM Is silll suffering from thel high prices of the war period," the minister said. "The causes may be attributed to the continued extravagance of thf nation, 'which la apparently stlii dreaming of the war boom and also to Increased purchasing power. But the Increasing purchasing power of the Japanese people la lacking soundness. The urgent need of today la to braak through the prevailing extravagant habits by the promotion of economy. "The export and Import trad# of Japan- In pre-war da...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

EF CM IT IS RAVAGED BY 1 WANYJYPH09NS IjOities Wrecked By Wind and '1 .Waves?Couples Stranded BOn Island Come Back As Engaged Pairs. ^ I'j l^lmi I rr Hooker. H i:.'l X. ? . Sn.u .-"t.iff R- - O# I ? mini .v t |i - >l oil t tlttummiry 1<. I .,st.,i Hi; leri.fyllli; HI nature h<\- .1- - i ^ tinH flChln* OOHvt th.? t- :: .r- : ?? " .4?- ?U. r.ir i frtii k deiitli iind 'J\?*. 1 it . loii In 1 lio.r IF take ^^H^ffypboot: after !y-pho>.n. rv.e tern i ?.? mh* .I I ' t H&Ulfor? .1 <|. liars ' : * "Til." pC'lli^t ( ( If.i: y }r ;i 1 1 :t I-. Ii - .u K It have j'.i-v.-i n!>.t- the t'-irlifyllif: iIihiu'pi h in :i tiUI ??II? 11 ml wind \v rei'it f 1! Hi. i.ti, r- ! it f unlitl?ri are h.v . c a tl:iflf;iH ilin- 11. firing.nR bark fin In normal. * C0B1 is bv tli. tlrms.111.l5 i! r?. being I * Snade hui ltr > I<( 'Julia: s are being fc,V*iS'.I * *1 * it!-- f ore.in .ration* are sending th?-ir worke...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

jx # ' CALIFORNIA LEADS IN DEATHS FROM MOTOR ACCIDENTS y GForernmont Figures For 1931 Show More Than 10,000 Fatalitiee?- N. Y. Hu Largest Total. dr Tt* imtltlH Pr???( Washington. Nor. t?There were 10,US deaths from accidents caused by automobiles and other motor vehicles excluding motorcycles, during 4921 In the death rciumuoa iru of the' United BtntM comprising 34 State* and containing * percent of the coun1 jVi pnpnlntlnn, the Cease? Un reau announced today. Tbat wan an Incrdaaa of 1,045 over 1410. The death rate per 100.000 population waa 11.5 compared with 10.4 In 1030. California led all States In the death rate, urhile among the . citlee of 100.000 or more population Los Angelee led. There eraa about 28 percent. Increase In the automobile death rate . from 1017 to 1021, while the actual number of deaths in 27 States - for which data la available Increaaed 41.S percent. The rate per 100,000 In the cities waa 15.1 lant year, an Increase of O.t over 1020. * % California Lends Tot...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

^ PURE y*y*" ' ' WINFRED BLACK n'lllri AlMinl [ j Women and diplomacy H (Copyrlgbi, I9SI. \f?^pn!?rr !> - N urr >rr?l?'f. I*?\ I r| Mi<> I u<- AH'h' rs -n f '."olumbus. Ohio, has I-ecu 1:1.1 if .1 secretary in . the 1 "i America, and 1 IU. all the r. c..r <1 ; ! -n.it - n.< world \ o\fr are miiir *_ ? *.c? :?l*?t w.lh hor- ' for, petrified with amazement, or con vulsoo a 1 '1 t.tanlc laughter. Recording t th- r several dispositions. 1 AM hrcau^i- M:-s Atchcrscn Is a woman. I . ' ,' Women :it>"H i- aifiiti m diplomats In l:< \\ . r:-1 .1 :> 1 it.iu- hi n since lire lie .111111 c r A \\:;i>? 1 < I ! I i n? : woman t Mil m?- lift- it.it >: a:.: ...I Ik r mce V .-re 'i.-IUsy ? i> It - :1 . ,:i.l f Iks aid (he 0 c.> 111. I ' < 1 -.i! : ^ to know to.ks." h ikJ tin- u .;!.. r. i| . ! i l-mwn woman. "Wise C t '- &...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

npRPV^PPUPPPP gjffct. . ' . ' # PURE -irj II MI.H 'I III i i -A-aa w.M I youg ii What You ( If Troubled wil By ROYAL 8. Ct Commissioner of He; PEEHAPS thu most common ailm< family is imperfect bowel sctior are constipated from earliest li thsl* careers. This is particularly t are engaged io sedentary pursuits. Tbe chief rtaaon Why ofHce t>e6p! and practically all in-door woiheia a becauae.their mobcular tone U below i It must to remembered that the wi and intestines are made up largely of is unreasonable to expect these abd< /unction if the general muscular actioc Let me enlarge open this subject Why shonld tbe intestines be an: end arms? ,If one cannot walk fsr I body and arm* the quickly. ft Is reasonable to sxpoet the bowel action will bo aloctfsh and uanatural. The surest preventive of constipation Is the possession of such general muecu?er vigor aa to Insure proper stomach an4 Intestinal activity To oorroct long-?tannine disability of this sort,...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

/ IP < ^ /MjPy '>?< ' mm VATICAN SERfl IN CONTfflPI ATION ,. OF ITALIAN CRISIS r/? *' f Pius Watches Every Move With Interest?No Change In Policy?Sees Encouraging Signs, v, * wRom?. Nov. J?<Uy tho Associated . Rr??S.)?I'ope 1'tus k'av? ntvnKf ItitSr*.st to wry phase ( f the urm.-d but Dos erf u! rwolutlou-i ti Italy wMt^h brought the Faaciatt into iiowit. Our- , . MIS all the recent exciting tluyn In which the older po.dlclatia passed from the ? > ri.- and th? Will.K-Kitirted E followers of M UKMillnl look llialr !PUrt?, His Holiness rwivtid reports of every development from tho Vutionn secretaries. ever repeating. the ltO?e that liU'o.lshrd mlffht, tie iouiUuti, .W' pfiini ?. > >i)i "w >ii?ii? the entry of trie Kusclsti troops into ' Home, Ifir.arknl that "tho ru volution" had l>ecn successful, was rebuked by. the Hope. ' It is not * revolution. It is merely a change ot Government," t...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

I VIRGINIA VARSITY HOLD DUIH DRIU t Coach Campbell Driving Men Hard For Washington And Lee Game Charlottaavilla. Kev. I.?Much of tha work of Vlrtlnlt'i lua Is tha final lUftt of making raady for tba Washington and L*? cam# Saturday baa baaa drilling In tha baalo principal of football. TLtra baa baaa aomi algual practica and a llttio oarlmmago but tbara baa baan much I or orb la paaalDg. kicking, blocking 11'I ruaaf?Ct AfU? aa uummy KrimmiKt gainst tli? ecrubs W*4nHd?y altar* soon lha coaches Used two vanity elevens agalnet each other and start* ad off on a lu(ta punting dual with em Mcplils do ng the punting for ana alsran mui ftem wai> >..e ens other. la unsparing < rftictaifi ol the work Coach Campbell pointed out what waa wrong with the action of tbrackSatd While Coach Abel called attention to the Uafc-u of the llna Yesterday afternoon the oatlr* etudeat body assembled on Lambeth Plaid for cheering and song practice while the teem waa put through ...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

Bp ' SIXTEEN PEERY IS WORKINI I IN HOME COUNT f f Speaks In Wonderful Burl Garden Near Birthplace of * Father?Notes of Cam ft/-.? i paign. t"; I"' ' < 7 J- K. IX>.V\I.?M?\ ? (Staff correspondent. I I Burka Uard-en V*.. Xuv. 2?In on? of th? prettiest .-pots In Suutl *nt Virginia Candidate George Hoary carried hi* nrgumentatl1 I' campaign today when he came to ai Ure?* those folk ? ho make the home In thin section ot Tairurt county. In the school house with }th* shadow ot the house In whit K-. Ma father was born. Mr. IVery a< draaaed a representative' gatherii <>t Ninth District men and w ome Th* assembly room of the buildlr Wat crowded to ?he -r.i n t'lcMut attention was paid to tt word* ot p>e orator of the day. " Vim who has . spoken at eeveral plao< throughout ti." district, Jointed th Perry party hero today and will r? L ??: main until -th?- comer to close at TsiowcTh on Saturday. II follow rj Mr. Pecry ...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

~ senate hearsti mm pact Believes Soviet Oovernment Will Here Big Influence Over Turks At Near East Peace Meet. Washington; Nov. J.?(By tho International Nsvo Service.)?A socrot trnaty between Soviet Russia and Ksmallst Turksy. which unsltsrably commits both ta tha treadom at lb* - ImrdaneJIea and. tha Beepborus. and which mar havs a far-reachlnr effect upon the Near-Bast conferences at - Lausanne, Switserlabd, has Just * saapad through diplomatic sources Into tha hands of tha Senate Foreign Halations Committee, it was revealed >hera today. Tha traaty, entered inta as far back aa March l?. l?|l, found tha Bovleta and Kemallsta pot only atapdlug together fdi tin nimum Bl On '/uulsh Strait* lohg bafora tka victorloua hnoy of Kan a I Paha ovdr what mad vfha Oreeke. but It expressly stipulated that thay agreed "notTa recognise My |i?im treaties Or any 'other International acta" tha aec?pt anca of which would be Impoaad by force upon atthar of them. V K???r<? Treaty...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

Bk * gyWHTESN | | "MAN SOLD WORLD NEWS CxwNX a<3?crii?in? ratra 'c I lit* ouutilttif A ?or!? 10 ib* lino i l> ?ci?? HawinM "Me p*t inrfc" . AH cjatt. tirfl c1irmin? . iincm Ktl IP plilntt. Sp<?iai eaati ritca to ion* ttrw to *i -o applicant* K Cub aiu?t acctwttacj ail out of Br 1 'A1*** * ' | i M.aotaaatiieouora oot ;%0 Stv? etna o? Oaa.f tnatk-facad IJi* o*nc tiro A>l aOvir-uaeoitrii'a mutt reach tha i oulnft. ?3ic* li? 8:^(1 p BJ. fc;r , uabil^aurp vn tvorb'uif. Saturtli^e . ti; t ii oi i.' I . I'BuSE 3142. I || i? ?i NOTICE TVe rcljre men'i and women'* rr.:.' u n A .n nr. rva I . Ptinn. f t 1 .Mitchell Tailoring Co. Ev ' on ALTOUlBll.tS l"OR SAl.K or hire. on* Qarford truck. Call )?i? ll 44#I lae" llt'ICK ' 4 roadater. run 3 600 miiea. / evrelleot condition Af??ir 1013 Chap V man Arc. i Mr. ?_ tr> ie A. M. 44#?i WANTED?Tota oanera to know that Ho t-.-ton a 5t-? rt I'rool llarr Wlrra or* fuiitiUtnl not io aboit circuit durtn* ...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

first * t>rtd* Classic In Tears Drav.a BriUUat Thrang to ;T Ainerl<?4^4go<f'Park, $ U fJBffii ; < WhaJri^tnn^rUv.tr-Wii .-sli? Adeorlated i'rcas.)?I'enn Stat* and Navy maat bar* today tn the flrat football claea'.c to b? played to tba National Capital In many . yeare. American League park had been converted into a huge ampftheatre with abate for M.oeo. Member* of the cabinet, high naVy and ernry officer*; and many omera in official Ufa were nwmbarad among ?ft>? tpeciatcnrs. , Doth Pann Htti* and tba Navy marahalnd thair flrat lln? atrangth. 1'nnn Htata-ln tha hop# of maintaining Ita rnoord at not a dafnat In thraa >w? ?wl tha Navy In an 'affort to "i-onia back" nftar ita fallwra agatn*t tha Unlvaralty of Penna. laat Sjtur Vha grain 11 ll.i. a?i Navy Petition, Pann lltata. nouaj ii::::fcTP:::::*3:::: fcgSS -aSSTS? Lani* liU Dad an k Hhew all HT M<^Uhon Taylor HK-.i.,.., Mufford COnfoy <c&g...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

COLORADO TOT pi POLLS LOOMS; PARTIES SPLIT rJ--, JTo Senatorial Election But Conffression&l and State Of[ || Oces Open?"Law and Order" Is Issue. II7 Michael K. U?<*r. i (International N>?? Service Staff CorresiK'n Jen I.) I Den vrr. Colo.. .Nov 3 ?Despite the kbit ce ot a I'nitrd States Senuto- I TUI content In Colorado tins full, the Congressional and State campaigns that showed much apathy In me first ew aciln fullualnn the prl- I mary elections have developed widespread Inte'eat. and both parties are Staging one ef the mo*t active campaigns iver known In Colorado In I I "off year." ' With varying Interpretations by the two mator political parties, the I leading t.-sne of law and Order' baa brougit out bitter criticisms on |>oth aides In connection with the maintenance of the Stale Its tigers. The Democratic platform, endorsed In tta entirety by William C. Sweet, candidate for Governor, strongly favors the *epeal of the Hanger law. Whil...

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Page TWENTY-ONE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

HI H Market and F RISING TENDENCY ON STOCK MET 1? Liberties Lead Bonds Upward. Oerman Exchange Beaches New Low Mark. By ptmmrt P. W?t. * (Ujf Special Ltiw4 Wire to Tke-Boan?U world-Newa.) , Wall Sif?7L tfrw Vork. Nov. Ttae rtains tendency waa again ut?pertnoat today In both atock and bond market* although In atocka -there waa a good deal of IrregtilarIty, duo to the apeculatlve realising and to the fact that the denuind front the abort lnl?re?ta waa not aa keen ' i^.V'hmCTeiij.,r'.'y u.... and tba new traaaury 4 I-4a. the whola bond market did better. Foreign Government tasuea were In dent .ndj aa they bad been Thursday. ?,?..... ueigiana. Hallway bond* of the Investment claaa were up only fractionally. Iiui. some of the more speculative group had quite a aiwrp upturn. Herman mark* mad# anothtr naw low coincident with word from Uerlln that In answering the allied reparation* comnilaslon the flnanca minister had insisted upon the necessity of an Internntlonsl loan. This k?M hardlr a ...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

I . * p ' fWBNTT-TWO I EPISCOPALIANS TO 1 LAUNCH CAMPAIGN praB> Three Year Program Adopted By General Gonvention to Promote deneral Giving. (Chicago. Nov. 5.?To awaken the Conscience aod Intelligence of the people of the Protectant Kpleoopal ST- Church to the needs set out In the program adopted at the Portland Qeneralv.Conventlon. thereby mining the average of 'regular giving | throughout the Communion, la the main object In view In the nationHo-". wide camping!! to be conducted whol-| ly within the ranks of the church, itc. cording to a statement by Chicago headquarters of the denomination. Iteaulta of the campaign In the three year* now closing encourage chur.ch leaders In the belief that the enaulng three years will be equally successful, saya the statement, quoting the secretary of the Held depart ment. '| - ' '! Church In the. L'.nlted Slates the work of informing our people of the convention program and explaining the . edtjeat lonat method* to the leader*. already...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

j.,* w.y.;,., i... 114.111M, i ... ,f. . 1. _ _ i^?^ 1S5& jpjc Roanoke Pafld-Httns: :~"A . S# \ / V J ^ y day algtrt. Modtn** t?aperatar?. | VOL. 40. No. toy. ^ 16 PAGES TOP&Y ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY A FTERNOO N ? N O V E M B E R 4, 19?2. V ' p B U! H T B H B B OBNT8 j | "SUNNY JIM" M'CANDLESS VISITSKAZIM Oriental Visions Conjured Up By Sight of Fez-Crowned Ones thronging Streets of the City?Mammoth Pa rade At 1:30?Ceremonial At Academy of Music At 3 ; O'clock?More Than 150 Candidates to Be Initiated. 4 Visions of towering minarets, looking down on some festive Oriental gathering of f ex-crowned men and softly veiled msldena, were conl Jured up "today by the muetsln's * call, summoning more than a thousand Nobles of the Mystic Shrine from the arid wastes of Virginia? and more distant desert*?to the Oasis of Roanoke and the springs of sweet water. "Sunny Jim" McCandless. Imperial Potentate, for whom the ceremonial la named, was scheduled to arrive In the c...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

nilRTY TlEE FIRE " ALARMS IN OCTOSEfi Only One Fire Did Drimapc Amounting to As Mvch As ft 9100?Expense Account 1 | For Month. the fir*? nvnr * '1 v 1 winter *? ?. r ' i? ' 1 **rt rnl. "Vl< >' r | > ! I is o bad Iftrr nil i ii >" >' - org /iion'lilv r-t? o totnl ,.f :.s ! for, only ?.n- ? ? v , ?,< ., i r.. doing dan.;'*' ovor. October H t h, A.. . I .. Lj rarti.K i flr< r> i:> r > 1 ttirn m,.,., i it'whlcll l,-r?i . I ?,J?rpcr.!ittf.' > - i l#n uii.t ro i' >?y - < :\ \ u? J.' *nrb?.-Mail;? *"V. . .!.I it . i u:?-M A1 ? rt' ' ' ftrr nfi'i J?ir \ .1 I r. ti _ ?ICh VinlH! .1 . lh? 'vrll-kn u tt ' i * ' - . :r_ In ?t1JI diVifu* 1.' ? r old ttunil is" e > er. I n h I * r . 1 li>wlr.( * ! ' Ohlpf Mr.*,. .. I\i*-riii> i Mn intcnu Ni <? >':?> n , . . . tllrllt J-'l 1 > V t ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

PVw"' "c ' , f k . FAIL REUNION COM CLOSE Sore Than Fire Hundred Scottish Kite Masons In Attendance?Members ol "Mountain" Class. With more than five hundred memWrt in ttUMtnct. the fell reunion of the Roanoke Co-Urdlnate Bodies. Ancient end Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, was. brought to a close last night with a sumptuous banquet ?- ui* nuvme Tempi*. Hoverelgn Grand Cbmmander Cowl**, of th* 8outh*rn Jurisdiction, mad* the prln.cipal address on th* proa ram. Araon* th* othar prominent visiting Masons In attendanc* who mau* abort addresses were, frank Latham, a-Thirty-third t|, o' it. Hwlln, Thirty-second. K. C. C. II. of Richmond. J Sovereign Grand Commander Cowl** and Sovereign Grand Inspector U*n> ral of . Virginia Crump war* presented witt. fairy stones crowned with th* emblem of the Thirty-third f?fre* a* a tokeu of appreciation from the Roanoke Co-Ordlnat* ' Bodies. Mesahere of Class Seated In front of the stage ware I th* members of the "Mountain" , Class who...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

BheS! I SOCIAL ANI MRS J W SE Office-flours: 9 to 10 A M F To \ n \rllat. ' He tourhe 1 the 11 st ru nsi lit that lot-, a f hM'' fJ*-!1' And tender!;. aril ns a dream remote K;.'X ' Across the watting airings one Instant creut P-'s*T A thread of ? nr. a singing thread, t hat ami te Ej .? ) Th? chords of alienee Through the window cuine * i Shimmer * t moonlight on a far ?l:l:e hill. Fa i 8oft on llh-kcMi there ftl! a whispered name. From m u.e.l that quivered and wire still, tf; | A hand brittle I inn s, and silent tips wire pr*?sed ^ I Cles? 1 v '? hide .? memory unccnu, V fussed ? He played again. and out of spare there rolled " " ; trn>pestuous JejThe hands wh.fe art were adequate to mold I . A dream' of pain now la'i irial to destroy i The mood created, ar t rt'o the room l As brave as budding b.ughs preI Mdd,; i prlr g. I Bright to.Us 111 floods of color and t perfume i Fell througrt the dusk and hushed i rem* mooring t Me paused no whisper followed. . . . hut afar %...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

PEERY IS GOING I STRONG IN HOME COUNTY, TAZEWELLS _____ Ipecial Correspondent Icm Many Evidences of Victory For Democrats in Ninth. I ? : - J. P. DOXALAOX.) - - Mm \ ??>' vu|iwpMBe?U) Bolsaevaln. Nov. f.?from- the J aun-klssed land of the (ru< end | cattle to the smoky,. mountalnoea coal flelda of Tax*well County, Can- i dldate George Peerr la culminating < In theee few days the campaign that j M he haa waged since September 11. , Here last night ho talked before e ispnieimiailiij gtinmBf 6t mln- 1 era, their wires and sweethearts. Everywhere that the Peery parti , has been there has been "the same ] evidence of sustained and contlo- i ued interest. Theee people might < I well be an example to be followed .] by felks of the city, who, Jaded j possibly b ya surfeit ot things, are won't to receive opposition candl- t dates with yawns and stretches. i - An argumentative campaign la ! productive of mora fruit than i la a aeaalon of ipwckM con-...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

SIX ^? i rra the Roanoke World-News Kalat. latirt ! ># I * _ ? ?OAMJKE VA Rm.; i iHhM K'trt Djj Except 8 ??1*J DT' . - ?*? Rr, Times woki.d c?jrx8j?ai ion. fly Buiwioa K"?iiott. v? Eft" JVUlUB e nsEiTuR.v K.:nT7f~"~ MfOt?r? of Noimki CuMliQtrl A##oclatlor ' OWUtro Neaapaprr Pnhnatirr# AaaodaUuo Tb# AnocJxicJ Prra? ' Audit Bureau of Orrulaiioa Owmiiij t*re?? i* txrlualtelr to fftM to lb* Mb* lor republic** loc of a" HWI Rbaiclin Cra.tilro to It Of ooi nkailb brr.ili?3 to tbia pu<i an.i *i#c Ol ttbl o??? pubiirbru tiercia ' "" WtlBEitiN REPRESENTATIVE Ofllict A baie* luc.. Sr? \ era iw.tj Cbicaic ! Baiarod at PoatoM.-# at Uoatioitr Virginia i r aa gair.nd CUa# M?i Mailer BATES*IN ADVA ME 15 Ceota per ??-rt pajal ir to carl-tar. I #ti-* per rrar payabc at tba oOloa Kit " BY MA.fi. telly, on# rtir .. f6 00 t ? 'teUr. atx tuoot ba ft! Mi K-S RaU/. ibrte oioti'.ba ft Mi f telly, on# * qui i to >0 Mi fT.' r TELEPHONES fjs. Durin# to? Oar If All Call# 3l?: A...

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