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

: . MIAN ON T AUCTION BLOCK] 1 Uncle Sam Will Dispose of Large Holdings in "War" town. i Wlllbuniburc, Hoy. 4.?(Special.) ?on* of the bl??eet auction, aalea rat held at Penntmar. la planned (or next Wedneeday, November I. when I ItT frame dwellings and apartment houses, and a mammoth assortment of othea building material will be disposed of br-Oavernmeat order. Pennlman la known officially' now aa the "Pennlman Reserve Ordlnance Set vase Board of tha D. I. I ordinance Department. The sale will ba under the management of a Philadelphia auctioneering firm, and It -la said that bidders from all over the Kant will be on hand. The a...i- - . tinue until everything la llapoeed of. according to announcements. The aale comprlaee numerous apartment houses. a -family how. Y. W. C.' A. building. cafeteria, time office, employment building, wash house, police dormitory, bacheto.'e quartere and other pieces which were familiar to many people all over the country during the war when frorq eight t...

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

I | -r -WK(A K EX-KAISER GETS | SCANT RESPECT Crowds About P?!acc Gr.tcs m 0aLU Him "Bill" a:td G\ng HJF*-j British Soldier Songs. f { , ' Uondnn. Nov. f - (Hy Th** Aksoelated I'ri v \ : . ih. m?vCltl rTi fn?m J?oi?rn, *?n the F Weddlnff i t f"t tin i Kaisrr W illiam C ?nd Prlrfcvy^ i mint-. is their <11*HSi grti'menl In n .nv ?! lmllc.itr Iniyt hat the wt.t.t* u ? ;. ?i? pt ndont lately n unwrlfitilile gossip: I'vi' Mmtitnce, some ?t?- ? ril.f- tin- form* r tnp?ror as vi-mng a i.? 'il-cruy uniform. i th.r- 1\. u ..form of the I'o^sU-ain Ul;.,!i|.v \> !i.' M I other* doclare' that h<- was in tin- attire I of an a'ln; : 'Jr..- <! ? i.;tion? of tile lirldr's ilr^pi <tr:i<r h'rnlljrly. Some dosor.tcnK .1 co unit- o(, mauve .J a'hllr ctl . r< < 1 was >mk viule. All reports go"\o ]ito\c that the f<>r; mer war J..r.: > , i? block curiosity ViTf in tin- main ?...

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

| EXPENCE ACCOUNT I I IS_AHALYZED U. S. Department Of Labor I Has Figures Based On I 12,096 Families ________ I >Y OMRtiE M. MAXNIXa Washington. Nov. 4.?Tha average Work Ins man's faintly of Roanoko spends $71.21 yearly on furnltttre and B| miscellaneous house furnishings: $41.11 on insurance and automobiles, motorcycles and bicycles. The avers** Hoannks working man's familys contribution to the churches during the year is $ia.U which is more than the $7.fl spent r on the movias. and In excess of the $7.1* apant annual on liquor. Hut It is not nearie ? k ? ,fc Ill St spent ori tobacco annually by the average lloanoka working- man's family. arr?vV<T aVlyVh'" Vtur "au'of "uiior Statistics of the U. 8. Ijibor Department. from a study of costs of llvfng. embracing gathered from 12. Ill families. Despite the Inrbads made by the automobile on street car travel, the average Roanoke working man's family spends I2t.ll per year on ateur rides; 117.12 going for travel to ...

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

! wrr- ^ . I ROANOKI II MRl K K. 1 1 >111 Addrru, 137 llroad M "! '-ii I'hiuif, Kn fcf" Tha sixth Annual Roll Call of the | American Jtcd 1T"H will he put on H-. la Roanoke County, with the dawn [ bt Artnlat 'Ce L)uv. That la a good I tlino to turn the mind* back Into ' i the Red Cross channel: but the war i call thla time I* n"t one of the Ar- i Jlonne or the Meunr. or the bloody j ? ^acenet of i>io Wan s Land. ? The call of today t* even more ,i Ultnt. At home, it Is the voice of I the alck. the crippled, and the little I Child (Americas and Virginia's fu1 { ture clttsensi. who are not having t a I air cnancs In the world, and of ft* g suffering men and women. Here, Itrlth the Stars and Stripe* flouting over the rural school but a short distance away, many children arc in need of nourishment and prop?r care for their physical growrth and !: *nd women are wafting a bitter fight with disrase. Abroad. Christians are suffering a martyrdom for their faith at the h...

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

rCampaign ft College to At Meeti With the meeting of tho Cltlaena* Commlttoo and othor prominent bual| neas and profoaatonal men of tho city, which will .bo held at tho Hotel lleanoko thla evening at 9:19 o'clock, the Koaaoke College endowment Fund campaign will bo formally Inaugurated. Roanoke's quota haa been aet at I 9100.040 and every effort will bo made to reach thla goal within a abort period. The greeting thla evening will follow the dinner, which will be aerved at 9:90 o'clock. Hon. Jan. P. Woods telegraphed from Waab.ngton SatI urday that he would be prevent at the meeting. ..He la chairman* of the Board of Truateea of Roanoke College. Col. A. Pearoon-Hoover, of New Ypyk. chairman-general of the campaTrn, la alao expected to bo h 7"vr"lrl" T- Smith.who Tklf a. . eastern ction oftha Stat* >phking in tha Interest cf fha~ campaign, will aleo be present '5{* **nng. Wflth tb? alumni and church sections of>. the campaign opening in the moat enthusiastic and ...

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

^ J Iff SIXTEEN ' " YOUR H Why You M Your Air, Foe By BOYAL S. CO Commissioner of He: " A FEW weeks ago I called at the c doctor friend of mine. He has for several years and has retir< old mansion which 1 used to visit as a We sat cm the frcnt porch, gazin across the pond where we skated year down on the village, every house of wh to me as my own. It is natural for doctors to talk boat disease. This is what ray frier "The quality of ,tissue depends < . the blood. The quality of blood depen . of the wat,.r . n .< .ir y...i t ke " The doctor is Roinjj to Ret well, delicious water which he Rave me fr< his table, are of such Quality as to de- 4 Velop high-evade tissue. .|i There can be no doubt that the quality Of food, water and air has.almost every. thins to do with health. Hut the trouble la food, water and air are not , remedies for disease. They cannot be . blamed If they fall to cure what they misht hare prevented had they been taken dal...

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

jn"*L,r , directs mm p colony at age of mhtytwfl N ' $ > L Brooklyn Schoolboy With Un| usual Outlook On Lift Makes Phenomenal Rise In World. I 1 ' Ijow Angalaa, Not. rive jreare co Irvine q. Tholbtrg advertised for A Job In A commercial trade ; paper. In the ad ha aAld that ha was Inexperienced and would work . for $11 a wank Tha raault that ha began work with a amall New York trading ealabllahmant. His hours wara- frOOf l:$o o'clock In tha morning to l;M In tha evening. Ha received tha WH* nj QYtrilMI for. [ Toa?r. though only n ysars old, Thalberg It dlrtctar-itntrtl of Universal City. Shortly After graduation from nigh achool In urouklyu. t*. v., Thalberg became III. for eight monthe he tought aickneea. During his contvalescence he read book*. Macon, I Xatu, Kpictetus and William jamea I were among them. He became a beltever In the theory of pragmatism. Helda Laaaeal Cede. , ; Thalberg la a pessimist. He be llevea that everything In nature tcnda to the woret and that a...

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

I TT . g. BtOHTEEN I ALABAMA STAR OF 1 I SOUTHERN TEAMS I X>efeat of Pennsy Leaves Much I to Bring Joy to Partisans I | of Southern Elevens. I Atlanta. Oa. Nov. (By the AsHJWUtld rrean )?Tulanr. Georgia. "Washington and Uee and Kentucky H kr? con* from the rank* of teams H undefeated by Dixie rival*, due to the proweet of North Carolina. AuH harm, Vlrclnla and Centre, but the I brilliant battles that preceded their downfall! were for the moment forH gotten lonlcht by those lovers of football who studied the accounts of ?-1 - bsitit m nuaacipnia trhere Alabama* Crimson Tide wept dov n Pennsylvania. conquer, rs of tha Navy and hitherto oncefitted th>? year. "Alabama outplayed Pennsylvania throughout." says an account of the match written mine hours after the red-Clad w ar ri,.r> lr,.-n Ti.n i!?ii, . had leTt the field. Alabama t.'nl .iceralty. which probably has more bueeball stars In the major leagues today th?n any other Institution. - hue always sen...

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

I ^ , J i ? 4 BT- v J. . ~^CLKA . Tali WORLD NEWS Clapaltlea advertising rata* It a I In* aountlni o word* I* iW Una Diwuf iUmIM Mr so* tneb All elaaslflad art remains stricti> vaab to advanea I Bprctsl Mat rates to Ml-ttna ad I rartlars ? apOltsettAO Caeb oiutt accompany ail out ol IO?vn order* ? ? - . Miaciaaatscatiooa set partalttad .No ruts as Baa it black -faced typ* permuted t All ad*ewx>jmta eiuaf ream tn* auMocaa oBlcs m l?l g aa tor publication (ten morulas; Saturday* Z by p aa I . CHUNK SMS. 1- a ..i-A 1 NOTICE reline men's end women's cot and overcoats?l'hona 673-J. Mitchell .Tailoring Co. s 4818 AUToM.lBU.KA roil SALS or hlr?. ooe Cirlord truck Call 1874 11 _M?I 1818 CHEVROLET ?PASS .. 8210.00 caeh tor quick um. 1214 Campbell Ate.. 8. W 6S77 FORD rOR SA LE-?Twe-piaar r.?rr Iloedeter With aspreea body on rear, throe now llrte. motor and run nine tear In (oo-l cumllUon. It lnteraeli-4 JarrntCtiroiain Co.. Ido. I'boi.ra 1441 and 1113. fthb4 FOR SALS?FY...

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

p.r p TWENTY t INDUSTRY STILlT I LOOKING UPWART Some Abnormal Features Be ing Eliminated and General Prospect Is Healthy. New York Nov. 5?illy The Axxo Cluifil j"rc:i? >?I'ractlcal y nil the available indications of hixim-xs itc tlvtty point to n continuation. ax clur In* lh?- jiki of the trntlenc) toward revival. Cur loaning! lor th< week rodi'il October rl totalled 1.. 004.600 cars. which means that, foi all practical purp-xes the railroadi now are rgualinj; the Kfrateat per' formance in the country'! hixtory This jir> vious I'lTformitiKf took plact during the full of 11 when tli?* hi.ju record of 1.icy.1.00 cars was made In addition It is pointed out lr financial circles that the latest loading* return* show an unprecoI I l - ' I it III Sill Illl | ch it ml I sc. Steel production Is being well maintained. although the lush .to buy which folh weil the strikes-ha* now disappeared. Cuke and pig iron prices are dro.?:>!:.g back to a more no...

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

' ^ ' ' ~ ' ? Market and Fi ' ALL MARKETS CL 'FOREIGN AFFAIRS DOMINATE STOCKS Qennan "Paper Flood" and 1 New Crisis At Constantinople Influenced Trading. By Blaart P. Wral. ' I By Special Leased Wire to th# ltuanoks World-News.) Wall Street, New York. Not. ?. it w?i a question how far today's reaction In the market wan the reault 1' the unexpected flare?up In Turkl?li nffnlM .tin mm HIP U Wfl- ! lie "* result of the pessimistic comment over Sunday regarding Germany a unanclal plight and the French financial outlook. The decline of over a cent a pound In Sterling Fxrhangu and the unsettlement In flu- London security market were a direct response to the coup at Constantinople which introduced another Turkish crisis quite ss acute as the one of a month ago. Tha new low level of the Carman mark, the extreme weakness again French rxchunge and a -further ?5mp In French Government bonds, while' , they th> doubt helped by tn? Turkish news, would have probably come about any way. ...

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

F; *' TWBMTI.TWU i * f LAST MICK'S I SLAYERS IS GONE fc. Colonel Duncan Brown Cooper Dies At Tennessee Home? P?;' Son Was Killed Under Mysterious CircumBR. - * ' stances. V. tn ' I m" NMhrlll*. Ttnn.. Nov. ( ?(Hv the Assorts el Prm I?K'itktII serv*!"#-* I -v, . lor Colonel Pun-.li! H. Cooper. 7ft. Convicted slaver of former United B Stntra Senator Ktlward Ward Carmack on the street*.of Nashville tn a. .. the fall of IVth. were held thl* rnornin* at ht* old home ??i Ash wood: near Nashville. Co'un.1 ('imp.r died last . Saturday n uht follow'.nc a brief ill nfM. The tragic death of Ca.-mack at the rand* of Colonel Cooper and his son. Robin, pnw dead, was the culmination of one of the bitterest political ftghta In the history of the State At the tlrre earmark was editor of the Nashville Tcnnenseean. follow ?... . Ins his defeat In a nemocrattc primary hv Malcolm rstterson. of MemT his. f..r the trnher'ialor al nomlns11 1 M HlSTt :' :: - - ','1 .1 titter edl'ortal war on Governor I'ntJ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

J ^.1.111 .i^uiiiij wppwigBW||yiipp?^B?^r^Big^p!^p!ipBpwBp|jip||jBpppi||jF: 1 ' "1^^^^m l "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" - ^3lT\ M \ *T O WEATHER FORECAST J ?ps sst& ^xr&tt#k? ^^xxi?ixt "^s ? - J VOL. 40.?No. 111. lT~P A Q E 8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 7, 1 922. FRIOB T B B B B CENTS | : SNOW MAY! MIND/ NON-PARTY .. LIGHT VOTING IS ROLE IN MOST ALL OF SOU Weather Fair Over Central States, Except In ^Northwest? Senatorial Races Hold Center of Interest In Middle West?Two Women ! Trying For Seats In Upper Chamber ? Supreme Test In Ohio. ' Washington. Nov. 7.?(By The Associated Press.) ? President Harding will make no | |io?l-flrrtiun statement, it ?m I announced today at tbe White Houtr, because he believes tbe | opinions registered today In the ballot boxes, regardless of their nature, need no interpret ( tatlon from the President. , Chicago, Nov.'7.? (By The As ocwiea i-reus, j?rair wearner i prsyailed over inoat of the Central < St...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

p*? . buries for the |poultry show 10 < Ire closed nov. 28s if ? Long List of Premiums and * [Prizes Offered?Will Total j j t*" In Neighborhood of One Tt^ Thousand Dollars. ^ Ill reparation ;.>r v," v >w j :i |n?r? lh?- lt<>ar..k. |- . <! Ij-i.'J HMm ciui i* i j>> i, fmany In?jti;r: s ' "'iv. , K Hj<opl? Intcnrl'ric > * i l - rjj, tWWIfc atoek anil?m ..1 il.il n iIn , c, 9%4talocur of '.(. xx vx'.i ! " Jii?* I printed Th< r?- ? ... ' .. i t? ! ?. Hrem tnaux tn ih- > >*< nil I .* Iffkaly rom n?'i8M"!.'k >' .? M ri j n f Tftsn 2<?? vari.-ti~? : :.v . 1 p? j i? If Hot It have ! ? ! 1 ! t i x% j jjfli >bl t. a ill tin- !?. i: x . : Y ji?- | ,( fcnly from Virttim * .*' .ir.r* , w Wfcoat the *h*..w ; s >. :% ! ! -: | alio from Ti na> - o, . M:.m..i;.d ^itul ! *<hiHi ' i i ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

J I CONTINUE RAID -- ONTAXFRAUDS * Excess Profits On War Contracts New Angle Discovered By Revenue Investigators?Many Flagrant. By W. H. Atkins. " WMh'mton, Nov 7.?<By th? Intrrndlontl News Service.)?The Government haa been dtfteuded of more than 1100.090.000 tbrouWi the failure of war profiteers to padKexceas profits taxes and the evadadB^ ill be compelled to settle Id ful^He wack taxes today. Munition* manufacturers and makers of other necessary war snppttOa needed by the Government durlnc the war with Germany were said to be m r. n ST (ha nKIa# ..fVandaae ? ^ Slacker class The camps *n of tha Treasury through the Bureau of Internal Hevenue to round up tax evaders has brought to light amaalnx Instance* of tax dodging. but haa revealed Information which will be made the basis of criminal prosecution by the Department of Justice of Individuals and concerns now shown to have charged the Government unjnattflabtt prices for war mater.ala The tax drive has opened up fresh ave...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

I lpppllllll.1 I lMLLENS SHOWS I I A BIG PROGRESS; liflises Majestically from Ashes; ? : of Fire That Consumed |J} Many Buildings in 1920 IROAD BUILDING IS ACTIVE J Many Structures Have Been Tt QniU M A 111 1 }?juub juu; i' ni L'.ri liiiK'U lM for Coming Year j m/J lly l.i:i>H(.K ?. J\< K HrStullens W V.i. N. * f. N.i town; iXltJt the Vlrr : r. i an Hallway between I Sjwtnr<ke and Cha-lestcn. \V V* hn* j Bidlnc Gulf Pr.m. h". '. V.tglnlan ) the rain 1 t.? Uller.s tii? rr. i'-*t 11 f-<Mr utn of The cru: f-.re if l>ivetii- j re huslnes- s?-otisn w ? wiped j . -"?>? the fortr. - fl-. !M|'? l-'t.C re- ' ?lwc"! hy sut .antial 1: , K I 11!'! I -1 s , HBmthr past fhr-- Mwl'rrt has i '/ }<?rn Visited t : . . ?t wh.-.h ifi'eiri ; '. the Wyoming ; n?lw*. whl'e th* f.- . - i j re mv<pt the i KMnlt of Mul e rc * Vjwrttlr nou* to i* I '.Vibi h.*'l mul : BftAtk t u l li-e niT" ri mi-rej ;n (he rtt* of t.r.e "J...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

Fl27 NEOPHYTES ' INITIATED BY , RAMJEMPLE Hundred* of Knight* of Khorass&n Thronged 8treeta? Many Brilliant Oriental }y Costumes. i "With t hundred and twenty-seven Initiates forming the piece do realatancs of a festive, frolicking menu. ? several hundred Knights of Khorasaan gathered la Itoanoke yesterday for the fall ceremonial of Rajah Temple, D. O. O. K. From dawn until dusk?and then some?the city was given over to the prowling Dokkles and the celebration was acclaimed one of the greatest In the history of the order. hw Hi. MS.HI " ?vci^rii icu m\ thn onslaught inade by th? worthy Knights, (or. until Inst night ho was a neophyte himself. As Aurora, goddssa of Dawn, aroas from har saffron -cotorod couch, visiting and local warriors began to throng the atresia, continuing to startls tba residents thereof with their blsarrs costumes until the lengthening shadow# of even-tide and the departure of the roey-cheeked deity marked the does of.another day. Out Meese, Imperial ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

The Roanoke World-News B*l?DIUt>rd 1??? ft MOAMOtUt. VA. 3' eU?Xtafcod Itcri Du Except Sunday TIMES WOULD COKI "OH ATI O.N. Ify. | tlww BbIMUh Kiutoufc*. v, I' JUNUS~P rTstlBCRN ItQ I or Hwbrn of: I flWUM NMliwwr PuMt?J?ere Aeeootatioo I wmllllu KBWai.eorr' pvir..i,r>, ra AaaaCialloo Xhm A^ocie'trd I'rcee I - Audit Bureau of Otrctilattoe I ~tST Iwocmrd Ilea# le. rxrlualtely to ) || titled to the u#e for rri>uClH-atu>o of ?-I I' W?> Owflctwe credited to it or not I Mhwil* credited la tbie paper end elan, | Me loci wwi out'. .DcJ tjrnia I / tfOBKIUN KKtRKhE.Vl A fi\ E irtolwb 4 Butt |pc. N?-? Vorx and I'tiicaro ' Entered at INietoOtce ?l RoanoKe Vir?tnla ! | ? Second Claaa Men Metier ' > KATES IN ADV A hi ? I# Crate per ?tt* payable to carrier ] 90 24 per rear pajaf e at the office * BY MAIL it 0Ail]r. one rear IH> , f Dattr. eta aauQtftt I* e"?U KSttljr. ihrte? nuu'.bi f 1 f?u ftJUy. on* m<wim &am...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

f: Sljr Hit (Published t . kOitot; ANMlaiiC I WILLIAM i'AHKLU. . LU? High To Play i Danville Here Next Friday Nest Friday, at the Fair Qrvundi. k High School will look horns with the heavy, feat-going team from Danville. Tbta game will deelde the supremacy of the Kourth District of the championship league and In caav Itoanoke win* she will have to play I'ulaakl In that city for the chamSplonahlp of the Weats-rn District*. However, tf Danville wln?- ih,? win b?r a three-cornered tie lit(wt*n Uosnoke, I.ynrhburg and Danville, a a nth will have lost on* nuiit. Danville ha* on* of the heat .laama In the a^id although they fallad n a mi, w.mil migwm^ against flMrm la?t Hal unlay, they bav# both the ability and dsti-rmlnatlon to give Roanoke' a Kn?d fight, regardless of the score Oreat aplrtt Is being worked up In the "Tobacco City" this week In anticipation af this cam* and no doubt the Dnnvlllc boys will bring along plenty of rooters and backers. They figure they have the beat chance or...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

s & EIGHT ANNUAL MEET~~ I OF TEACHERS TO BE URGE Several Affiliated Organizations Expected to Be Represented At Conference. Advance report* of the State Educational Conference which will be . held In Richmond November 1? to December 1 Indicate that the annual : Sneetlnar of teacher* will be one of J flta la rami In the hietory of the C-J Rttt. Several orKanixutlons which " , an connected with echoob work. Including Parent-Teacher Asaoclntion* L-; . SBd Community Leairue*. will he r ftenreaented. The work of the Community League I during the paat year ha* increased I IWbldly In ecope and value The work Of the farmers nn<l others and the Cooperative Education Association of th?t State demonstrates the value of ; thla organisation Montgomery County ha* shown Itself to he the most weet Virginia and the success of the work In this county 1* largely the result of untlrlnc lahor of Mia* kath ali en Kaville. who Is. president of the fed eratlon of lvalues In Montgomer...

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