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

. * 'Y r' Sflj* Ira \ . _ (Published fa tdhor: Aaalttaat WILLIAM I'AAKKH. LLU 1 i ii '-j? ii p Jef f ersonians Debate And Read (B, V. K.? ,s 1 ' The Jeffcreontan Literary Uoclety held a hieetlna yeaterday altar actaoof In the etudr hall- The meeting was called to order by the rrealdent. and tha mlnutea of tha prevloua meeting aero read. The flret number on the nroaram wae an Impromptu reading by Walter Loebl. which area very Will r.n4.r..l t? x "/.litis Oilfw of Tenneeeee." A dtNttt: "K*??l*?l\ that there should be only two Issues of the High School niugaslne." with Frank KetU# and James Mart on the ?( liewnllas sal I I j I 'flimim nil Tip don Metsa>r upholding the tickatlvy. w?i tb?n alven. The -debate was suad. considering the fart*'that the ?was Impromptu. The affirmative won. The next number on the program was a talk by l'r?d Hobncn on lAoyd lieorsr. This was the best number oa toe proarsm and was very much - appreciated. Mr. 1'araons. Mr. Mac Don a Id and Mr*. Burt w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

n W . ^^ fr^CT?==r=rT-^: ,' = The Mo | Located on Linw This beautiful new home, situated on I This model "Electric Home" has been Mr. Elmore D. Heins and some of the 1 week from 4 to 10 P. M. . During these hours any one interested . ?-? ALL ?[ l I I Plumbing ; If ' ' ! AND f$ I | i Heating 1 it In this handsome model electric Home was done by FRANK E. FIELDER j | COMPANY, Inc. 507 Commerce Street, S. W,. j| PHONE 4113 Our Guarantee: j cry part 01 ine riumDing ana Heating equipment in this house is guaranteed for ONE YEAR from f date of sale of the property. This also goes for the : ^ other three houses we equipped in Grove Park. We also agree to make any and all necessary repairs Free of cofct to the purchaser during the life of I this agreement. ' I 1 m _ ^ 1 ri b 1 A N D A R I> o~F THE WORLD 1: It-*; ' The priceless and incomparable boon of the Cadillac is that it inspires the owners1 |P s perfect trust, accentuIK ates r^mg delights || by adding positive| ness and perm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 November 1922

;? ( ? > * "' a* yj "l .. 1 11 * ?j " / 11 * ' ?i t "The Model Electric Fully Equipped?Wow l 71# Milt/ /imurfiiiif A/ i // *? llfltfVIIUIII V# /111 i 1 ? . V" . Food! ' ' j / . ^ One of the* most important items that ~~goes into the home is FOOD. We have supplied the "HOME BEAUTIFUL" with the initial order of Food Products and according to past experiences it's our best introduction. % i ^ After the first order, eontiuued patronage comes easy, HIGH CLASS GROCERIES FRESH MEATS t BAKERY PRODUCTS COUNTRY PRODUCE. Our Special Lines? Red Cab Coffee Nucoe Ming Cha Tea Cross ? Blackwell'e Line Gordon St Dilworht Line Del Monte Line Martha Ann Fruit Cake Gordon's Tip Top Hams SaUd King # Mayonnaise and Relish. Price-Glenn .. " LUKntK LHUKCH AVfc. AND JEFFERSON ST. ^ '"^1600?Phone#?1601 "S?llera of Everything to Eat" 1 ' ' ' . ' * . " Painting and Interior In the * , " % "Mfvlpl PUfrir 14 wwyw av l IVI1IV Was Done By * i HESSE & HURT Contracting Painters 8 Tazewell Ave...

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

K'J TEN _ = Financial Report p BoardFeal & Tha submission of the accountant'* rcporr on the expenditures and reWPU of the -choc! hoard for the past year Was the principal feature .of ft-. |lk? mectlnp of the city Commission yesterday afternoon The report *h<'S nt thai there * as f flUcrtprn. v . f >. " :> r. suit ol I the omiss on post it-.k certain tuition j- fees paid it.r i It j by students attetidliip school front the rural dis j-J" trlet. Th.e shortsKf v show n to tha clerk ot toe Board ;ind he has J!' acreed tu give hi- personal check for the amount. It was pointed cm that the short}. axe cami about ! ? so-t recording on Bf" the books tuition.- ilu< to oversight. Tl?es? mistake.! hupp' u lit practicalL ly all businesses. It was pointed out. Total expenditures The total expenditures of the K fclioel Hoard for the past year amounted to JKt.Ml ?i. Tills In eluded th<- < perntion or scnooia, S? teachers....

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

~MU> BOOSTS ROANOKE IN MUSIC PAPER Amd Of Mm|( . Cdaar Wall Ml Owt Br La?I C?m*t??4*ai > j"* ' ? | Jn th? Fall Im'u*. of* data 6clob*f |1 3L ot Muaieal. Amarliia, Roaaoka coc.ta in for an attractively arranged MW thr#u?b the afriefent fwiw of Oar4 in M. Ukker. |o<s*X rep* resent ailv# of ??? publication. Tha a? a whole. fa a nold mlna of rnnaieal information an?i tha r a tar an a?|tor. John C. rreunrt. la duo til* aoaraciation at tha mualcal world for ita completeness aa a journal of roai nawa of music. ' Without any Idea of baltttMntr Oia mmhaal auUaltlaa m utlm Hilti. Out rathatu?bqdpiiow what a lira forraaPOOdwTHi do. It mar be ?Mo<l that the publtraijnn baa on* u<uc4 to taka cara of Richmond. Norfolk. t.yncta* tut* and C'harlotaavllte. wbila Mr. Deker nanaitd to *?( avtt a whola ' pairs for Rnanoka. and U wouldn't MM Man "gotten over" if It hadn't b?W worth It. Tha Roanoha pan. baaldaa outlining in clear alrl* tha work of th...

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

I I . TWELVE | MAN SOLD .. --i.-BP v" T HU WORM) .NEWS I Ev Claaaltleo a?!?'*Mi?xa$ > a tli PMMlfig 8 ?or>;t 10 'be Hn* |U* Dxriu; m?iW oct i?cB ' < >' * AM ciaacitleo atrwi E*~ .'i. i i* * * '? kion^ ' f. Special oa?3 '?< ? to long-tana ao ?<-H??re .t? applicant-* Sri , t CaaP m-:?t acecmotni atl ect ? P* Ofdrt. ^ f 4 . MieciaM.ncaiiora act per'aiitiec W" cota o? b< ?< > blacirfaoad Ui?TWIltr<J All a^fmitctcoou si-jet reacP tb? Bfnjelofna tiffioe bj P.3U p in tn? publication nctX tuortJoi. 5ttun2ir? -*f a p to PBOXE 31*2 ' Inotjck We feline men's and women's tosts iiud u *Trr^iwTF!^muwBm^7veyy Mitchell Tailoring Co. AL'TtiMilBUiUtl JPOR SALE birr. one Uartorv truck. Call J *74-R I WANTEl>?-Fcrtl u*:>*r? to Know that IV* J I teraon Short Pr>?.f Timer W|rr? ere I | I guaranteed not <o ?tiort circuit djrlne tb' { life of y?ur car O I...

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

RKv>.\ UPtSIRPlEBl OVERjO? FUND I Scramble For Share of Money From World-Seriea Tie M*y l Prove Xmbarrusing. Dr J*ki O. rMttr. (Special Correspondent of The Roanoke World-News. Copyright, 1922.) New York Nov. 4.?Uneasy lies the 4 head that wear* a crown and the head of lh' Czar of Uaseoall la no xceptloh. At the moment. It la the clamor of eailuua umrilahte organisation which want to share In the dtatrlhutlou of the receipts of the tcndfl WorM il-a-i-- ? ?* -w?f "> "? ??m?. wrarcn ie won/m* Ceamf eaidner. Uendls , This *?' lh? f*w# which wu on Jed at the end of the tenth Innlqi with the ?core a tie on dWnlot df Umpire lilldebread. after consultation with Vntplf* Klem, that It wan too dark >> i .nun in tin- a unt'. ' ^ More than a acore of requests have been 'made by oharitable. organise- J lions In hew York City for come part of the receipts of the "charity tie." Their offlceie lake the giound that the bulk of the money, pethape nlnctx per...

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

l^rOPBTEEN f SAY GOOD U S. I0BS ARE ONLY FOR THE MEN Women Government Employes Charge Administration Is * Discriminating Against Tbem. Washington, -t.? women eml'lo)e? ot ih< ton 1 rnment are openly la ?rmi against what 1* viewed us fixed *:olicy of dlsi-junI :iu t Ion agaln-l the in in nil governmental deis'parln.ent* under llie Harding Ad' rainistrati >n. Chatf ? of discrimination, partlculuriy .11 Hie last tew months, are <-0 tit Mined in a formal statement is-, sued by the Womutrs National Puny. Announcement was made at 1 in1 i.H'11 .I1:1 .', .1 I1"!-.mini ' Id more than lot' women workers for the elo\ rnnient has been formed to carry the tight on Infringed rights to a Conclusion Appeal to Women's >ul|onal Party. 'ills grow ing resentment of tinwon.en t-i iin kind of treatment they liaii- been receiving resulted In ll.eir appealing to the Woman s National I'arty to help thi m That 01 gaii-zalloji made clear what it seeks and Intends to...

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

I" ? Market aftd Fi METAL SHARFSIN LEAD 1HWALL ST. Surprising Turn In Short Session?Market Settles Back to Shifting Basis. Br Itaarl P. Wnt. , _ - .~pn?ai umm y?ire 10 the BoaHI nuke World-News.) HI Whll Street. New York. Nov. To i day's short session on the Dtock K> I change WSS a mixture of profit-taking I. sales In the leaders o( the previous I days and (resh buying lu hew d-rec I lions. HI The market had pla'nly returned to I the -"1(1111~- 1 I tore the October reaction, where epe 1 clal buying was go.ua on. first In H] one group of stocks and then stint her. HI invoWI#|" a perpetual shifting of in 1 terest. I While Studebaker and the other I motors and most of the oils were 1 clipping back and while the eteela I and rslla were barely holding their HI own. copper Shares ware .suddenly HI taken up along w th a half dosen or 1 so Industr als of tba specialty type. I Metal t.roup Surprises. H The demonstration in the metal HI group took Wall Street by surprise H { becaus...

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

rBg* SIXTEEN ^ I BRYAN'S WEEK The World's Gre< By William Ji jSii' . The Sermon on the Mount?X Mr. 1 i Luke nut I say unto you which hear. '* . which hat-- you Bless them that curst you. and pra And unto him that emlteth lliee t nd him that taketh away thy Cloak I Give to every man that asketh of ' goods ask them not again. And as ye would that men shoult ',1s wise. Kor If ye love them, which love yot leva those that love them. And If ye do good to them which di T~>.' alnners also do even the .same. A ! ' ' for sinners also lend to sinners, to reci But love ye your enemies, and d> attain; and your reward shall be area Highest; for he Is kind unto the imth i 1 Be yo therefore merciful, as your Judge* not. and ye shall not be Judi condemned; forgive, and ye shall be l Give, and It shall be given unto y shaken together, and running over, a with the same measure that ye mete again. By William Jennings Bryan. , As a physician Jesus healed bodily I disease...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

^ - ? , : f 1 , ii. SIS HWUl-^-tuis sd| caSMBc^air i' i -rr-. . .. V- j ? , , ' i. i , . , . . ? ^ VOL. 40.?No. HOT 22 PAqE8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 6, 1 9 2 2. PRICK THKKB CKNT^H : DEMOCRAT? TO SWEEP . AT POLLS ELECTION FOLLOWS ? I ninnr niiiminu ft UUILI bftimrftlbW Swanson Expected to Overwhelm McGavock and Woodrum's Majority Over McWane Expected to Mount Into Thousands ? Democrats Urged to Turn Oct? Vote On Holding Constitutional Convention Will Also Be Taken. The roil U. 8^ HKNATK Claud* A. Swumd. Democrat. 1. W. Mc<IAVOCK. Republican. FOR CONOR KXh C. A. Woodrum. Democrat. Fred W. McWane, Republican. Tomorrow la election day. The votera of Roanoke will go to the pall* tomorrow to help elect a United States Senator and a memher nf Ih. a# -? ? wwov v? ?;bcumlire*. Senator Clauds A. Hwanaon, Democrat, of Chatham, who la seeklac re-election, la opposed by J. Williamson McCavock, Republican, **?of Mai Headoya. C. A. Woodrum, of thla city. Demo...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

f S. TO FIGHT It PEACE MEET; forthcoming Discission of *L,Near East Situnt; n Conf tains Points Vital to Af"cri'f^jCan Business and Natic Uy llnrrj I.. iF^Wasliingi"n N International N-v. Irpuwu omi'-s ???.%. Bring for a b? Near Kast > earn* d officially Despite ih" 1 ? < : American ; Sjfcrvers" s?l.< t*-l iftardinc w.li yl.. to I.; .! sti Mi finite "instruction- ;> :..r: bin proposals ?'! ;. (< '"tout expects i'.;*- p ???*: .- t> kiake. !Ce ne? i?'< ?:> Bore fi.ic".'int i?tlux}i.it> ! *: . a : [V i* expect?<.t. t-r. Wtve " t-r. pi. .! . i:* t". 4 The llP'St I . . l liana. > the II . ?; ' Kt??Uiei1 f r.u' . - : r. Bik ab? .lute i j * . Staaricev rever:-a ?. Ssit in fact a' f a-'T-l Economic activ.ty. Trrnlj .Not llnllftrtl. a fitr< 'it: lui EmmEt prot< ."t > wh icti t i* tSons affected. A i. i tie i.t%|i MU? of this 'iov'i t jNj gi...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

FORTY-SEVEN STATES' FACE ; VOTE BATTLE Majority Will Name Federal ' and ?tate Representatives, Constitutions Involved? Socialists and Farmer-Labor Elements Have Tickets In Several Sections?Maine Only State Not Voting. Every State In the Union except one?Maine?holds some kind oi an election tomorrow. Many ol ate, and a large majority of them alao are engaged in contests far 8tate offices. An outline of the things to be balloted on in the various Statei I follows: Alabama: Ten Congressmen. Governor and full State ticket, and one constitutional amendment. Socialists have some State nominees. Arizona: One 8enator. one Congressman, full State ticket and amendment for road purposes. Arkansai: Seven Congressmen, full g?sta> Ilekal ?n<T thf?? m.nH. ments. California: Senator Johnson op for re-election, eleven Congressmen, full 8tatc ticket. Including judicial officers running aa nonpartisans. Six constitutional N amendments. Including proposal ol 110,000,000 to enahle ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

1 'Mpr p "DtSTR'CI IS ftlECTION CENTER LW and Sovcr.th Arc Only lues Where Democratic j l ? ?PP0S^10n Holds Attention. I Mlfbrnond V* . N. v * - I'- "' "i I; ^Pjcl? t IH^BrwKflnnnl v I - jppt rri 11 o >. IK P.i r' ESSorif- IV.tv V << I K.f?mpati.-n fc.f ??>. > c 1 !. f"' f'^?|r yt-ui ? bv ' ISii" !;* !*moora:>c 11 - * i John H iias* ?tc 'vt, > ? i* | Drm"rrn!n ?f? It It;'* tv.e'rl >|?or? ur. .t \ Iri i .'i' ry Vir>ri'>i i' | inmc th. r hold e senator.il ia ? . rin:.i1 A.' n. incumber . s . i: ' ]> I hv J \V. >1 O vo,l'.;t *o cajittial v ns have ar. u"d little \ nol h*-r < ??n!rif. orijt- *: in th.' h < >'.. I.'l-.i . Hi'?I nr. Tl * - - |!.!? ? ra It* t y . \iat? a.to \? .*< n both I jirntntlv" . Ja'k ? n I n.a.lv I i- Mi.t I'V a .*.if> I for r * ?r :i V tt'Ttj 1ST NIGHT'S NEWS N REDUCING GLASS oi&am...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

KAISER'S WEDDING [ TAKES PLACE AT 0001 CASTLE I Details of Osrtmocy As Outf lined la Dispatches?Sister I I of Princess "Doable*." I Doom, Not. f.?(lly The AiMClited rriH.)?Th? former (Itrmin KmI ptror, once ell highest of the ?n>I Ptro. and Prince us Hcrmlne nf ReuM, were married yesterday at-tfce houaa of Doora, where the war lord abldea I In exile. Thia second venture waa I in strange contrast with that day In A 1SS1 whdn. aa Crown Prince he wedI d<sd Augusta Victoria, dauchter of I Grand Puke Frederick. of Sehleewlg Uolateln. I Several of the offspring of that I first union ware present to aat xh? gHLg" ?m"y approval \r 'K^ Sw Th?r? wtri two ceremonies. I civil contract drawn up and signed by "\V 11 helm IP' and "Hermlns, Keuil," as they affixed their names; the second a religious ceremony conducted by the former court chaplain. Dr. Void. accord in a to the Lutheran rites. The air of secrecy surrounding the entire affair has been welt maintained throughout. ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

IgijK#.The Roanoke World-News Ettabllabed ? _ ... roanoke v> i nrhm tiw; Ox} czc^pt sunday 9 nana world corporation. Oulldl?| Va pi jdmius p rishhfrxt~lmitor. Membera of | j ?K?U Newepapcr publubert Aaeodatloo ,H WMtkm Hr*ip*p?r Puhliabare Aeeocuuoo Tb?. AHOCiilK) Pre?? AidH Bureau of Circulation v Tha aMOOHIHI Preaa I* racluflraly eo ' \ Mil ad to t b* un for republication of an I MMra dtapatcfcc* credited (o II or ool a Mkoataa credited id thta paper and alan ?a Ideal oawi publiahrd brreia 1 roREiQN refresentattve FralicA A baiea Idc- Nrw V or a and Chlcaao (|' pESfS al Poal office al Roanoke. Vtrjlnla. r aa 8ecoo<1 Claaa Mali Matter ij > RATES IN ADVA NCR ~ J 1 IS cecta per vera pajable to carrier. MM per rear payab e al the oltlca BY MA EL. Dally. one year $6 00 . Dally, atx moot be $11.50 Dally, three month* si 50 j Dally, ona mootb SO.50 TELSphonbs ? Durioa the Dae W All CaBa 314C At Mcbl 6:30 F M. It b 30 A. X. , Bnilsrti Office 31?? AditornJ ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

% ] 3?i (Published bj Xdllor: AaUttut I WILLIAM PARKKU. LL0Y1 , Girls Hear What Boys Think Of 'Em <Br U. C. FV> - The Gtru Club mat on Friday aft| , arnoon for ihtlr Recognition Karvic*. ? " cnio room was crowded with members. Tha Prfildent opened the service by reading an Inspirational poem tor devetlves. Reports were made by the Chair* men of the various committees Miss Anna Jett, Chairman of the Service Cdmnaittee, stated that bank# would be distributed to every member of the club, and that they would irtve at . least I1.0U. or est someone else to give It. for -?-M /..I. After the committee reports several interesting numbers on the profT*m wort rendered. Miss I?liSe J en kin sang "Georgette" and several other popular songs, which were greatly enjoyed by nil. After tbia Miss Inn Clarke regd the "honest-to-goodness" opinions of ten high school boys, concerning the i girls of IC M. 8. The interesting port about these wis that none of th* boys knew what these p...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

J r.. > i lsocial. anl V I MRS J. W SH I ?; Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M P I WHITK Ml.in. (Montreal Bl/ Stiver and thr or:. mt? and the >'WU>on atraUht ui> . -.1 - )!. (Pi><l a team or twin*;.no .m .icruu * the tide. ,flJ the breaihtii^ ao thlnlv Niidi f IB An4 the white n , : ' t rer Kins H Wide. Bm latch that hvbls > > f a j SS (host ltd* stealth Ijlfte anil stir* a: u let- a ? ml v' P if thruash. :4^d now the loosed wir.d rape a lie'.. R low knuckle on the > .* IJVnd the eta ((..-co a fr.khtoned blue. 98b current* i * .t*r f-et against a su'.lc-. ! Bp(t phosphorus intiiguss ti e hiss91 ing sand: Wbre is no voice, n-d yet 1 hear a i * .1 ." i." ' Hto hand, and yet I to', a hand' jff ?Justph Ausian.ltr. T Beair-FrankIIn llrMnl Pnrf* KslrrlalneS. Ul Saturday n.Kht. Mat I?-rothy entertained nl a buttet supper Hltr how - ' I at.' S i'': I., .i fa. coniplimeii i.irv to Ills* .lean, j Hnklin...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

-? >ppv I * . GRAIN SHOW FOR ; CHARLOTTESVILLE I Convention of Crop Improvement' Assn. Will Meet January 25 and 26.Illackabu rg. Nov. 4.?(Special.)? President H. P. Cock* of the Virginia Crop Improvement Aitwlatlon baa recently announced tbat th* board of I director* of th* aaaoclatlon haa decldf ed to hold th* nest State Corn and y Oratn Show and annual convention of the crop improvement Aaaoclatlon in I Charlottesville January y and if. ? Hit?Tb* laat meeting and Clrain Show waa held In Hoanoke lost January and much t>r*ssur* waa brought upon tb* dlractora to raturu , to that elty. However, It la the policy of fha association to hold it* annual M attention In a dlffarcnt city each year In order to render equal opportunity* for attendance to farmer and aienribera living tn various parte af the State. The 1*24 convention will 1 piniiaiilf be Main in niiviitrri. I'reparatlons are being made for a ?r?-?t* r number of eahlbits and a larger attendance than ever bef...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 November 1922

RULE AGAINST KLAN F MISUNDERSTOOD; Erroneously Stated That t Commission Has "Entered Fight." ' < 7 fAKTKIl W. WOVtlll.KVI | : Richmond. Nev 4 ?It .has hem er ,roneously published that t! State Corporation Commits!' -i ! ;.v "entered the- flirht a*?;nst the K n K l;x Klan." n< alto hat tlie Commission hits II ncd the Klan tl.Ol'O. ? . I ft.r ti e pub JUc'a Information a ' .<r of the Commission todav nra-li n ?'.atemei;t. Ths Saramlsalon has Imcuatd no fine M And has not even hrn-J tie case. .Which Is set for November "1 The rule Issued ntcnin.-t the K an Is r % routine affair, merely an everyjay matter. The law Imp---* a penAltv up any foreign corporation III Aolnir buainevs In Virginia without h license, and mak<* It the .|uty of the Commission to i-sur rules and impose fines when the law has l?oen violated. The KaJv x K Ian is said to 11 Au a W'i l . .i r?mm nit ot applied for r> th?e to do business In this State. It will have ...

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