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

|| Market and F pis WE | NEAR EAST NEWS Kn Cotton Ooe? Higher and Wheat II Falls to Scaro, As Stocks H Fay No Attention At AH, H (Br ? ?*! t?M?? Wire U the RoaII n*k* WorM-Newe.) | By mm r. Wr?f. | - K#? Tork. No*. LjTbt moat la* I terest n( ?!') in tM?ya price BP m?nti Ujr Id their (MI of the tenet* Bl flveneee of the market to the Turk* fll Ub crista | I Cable reports OD their Uoe wave r iL not It was likens ytriaAurten&SrS E ".mHSSSStuLZ oom?o5lt? ^ *^.U*Ch^nrM^?d ,h* oommodltjf DitrktU?>thtrt wu no MV ?I **' *Ppretention. liJ l .'1..!!, . *? "" hl?hor. Ital. r.r.ni hiTi! 5*^5 *l??" ? "*o?r rjcont high and tb^rt wiri fur'rwr *?i"nPr.ru^Ver1" ,a thZa{k??l wjilfi? <*w" Q* ward a+tioat tonally on any threat of war^ d a vary IKiU o^U^ thi Stork. Ignore If. thl^?S2wri!r ??** ??. ?uia*<I by l.r , r?ii .?? ,h*?* ** ' ?< morr J?*bU 7??r>?st?. ynorr<l the aaffivr'*' *""<&" ^rasE&am...

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

r WmFs ? r - \ y - BIOHTftKN ^AMUSEMENTS TODAY I mSb iA ^ I Kiy.gf 11 Five Bir Time Keitb Act*. IVrr* |?r(?rm?a?r? dally. at lL TiSn aad , Alao a?rtarra Katherine MacDonald ?IN? "The Woman'# Side." 1 fiUALTO O oan a? 4ha TT^xuXrv Rotujfl eseci.w '?* 11 > ; __ AMO Butter Keaton i* "Hard Luck" 1 JEFFERSON PEJiUCHl STOCK CO. oekehiau "Jim's Girl" R??mf I rtckefa on Sale llrnrbry's. PbnbeJ ISO?. PARK House Peters is "Human Hearts" _ i * ~ SHOOTS THREE: ASD SEI.F. Korwalk. Conn., Nov. 9.?tBy the International News Service. > ? William Eckert. 60. said to have been p.'. erased by jealousy, early today shot and seriously Injured his wife, aged I? about &o. and William Budge. 26. a boarder, fired a shot which arased the shoblder of his diit|Rhter. Thelma. 22, and then shot hi nine If. dying'instantiiSSgRg fcVf?n>Tt>E?Js5J5S ?t&tMuilwt w *. 4. iaBWCi. uiut C. t, I1 Kidnsy ^ni Bladder Traub e&'aveToGo ' CU((r4 If ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

r ??????r?r?? . ips: ^Ijc^tfaitokc vS^sSJ >W L^ \ ^ I, y fu.9~twr* Saturday. | V VOL. 40.?No. 114. 2 4 P AaG ES TODAY,. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, J1 RJ PAY AFTERNOON, NoTeMb'e'r 10. 1 922. I* R ir K THKKK 1'KNTiT I , LITTLE LIGHT IS THROWN ON TURKJANGL! Conflicting News In London and Paris Leaves Situation At Constantinople in Doubt. Rmutia Still ln?i*t?nt Fnr Part In Muddle?Allies Pressing Angora Government. Constantinople. Not. 9.?(By The Associated Press.)?The Allied high commissioners this afternoon handed a note to the Angora Government representative here demanding the repeal of all measures relating to the customs, the publle debt and the sanitary and other services which conflict with the capitulations and the stipulations of the Mudros armistice agreement or 19IB. Otherwise. aay? the nolo, the . commissioners will be compelled to refer to their Government* for neceaaary action. The Allied generals also arranged a meeting with Rafet Pasha. the Nationalist governor here, ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

r Pr rilV mEOATES TO I BOYS' MEETING I REACHING CITY Hijyr". i 1 Opening Session of Older Boys' Conference Eegan ift/,.nnnn At A "40 rti fcVi UVUJ1 X O'clock. jp>- Delegate* f*owi nl! parts . f SouthVir* i-n a hr^tin !<? throng* tit**! |r|lro?t? to<J^y pr?.?r t<> thi* ??*un'n^l nAMtion of. th? jOM?*r iw>\n' i'onfer* hi* afternoon ;.t t -v11.? >< in ??& auditorium of On- V ?M V. A. ^Tha Confcrence which I* being held : fender the auspices ..f the Y M C A., fertll be brought lo a close Sund a v veiling st n far' well M-rvie.. which i Mr 111 be held nt 7.J" o'clock at the rirat Pnpllflt Ohurob. Morf than 1*>o !?* >** arrived In the *!ty this morning *rw! nn ?*.jui?l number Is expected before this nentnc'r It nervlce. Ar? Impressive group of SP'akers h?jr liicii * cured ufid -these men. prom inert In Mluc.ionml nn < f j?IlgIons work. will address the younR...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

I . f\ J ' I ' NEW MIND DANCE k IS TO BE TAUGHT I IN (AHA a ??? i i. . Mere "Primitive Instinct" V I* Mot Oaided Mentally Expo- . nent Declares?Teachea Beauty of Motion. * JU' br wiium g. Car**. International Nana Service Staff Correspondent*' ** Anseles. Cal.. No*. #?And i no* come, dsncian with the mind! sanajr-things have happened * 'SJ?, the peoeln* of time, and onco J,r5 waewhen a young woman who with anything . h,ri *M subject to an. mediate trip to the hooeegow. Dut times chanae?ao has dancing. U1 **w Te saber's Una. , J?f Irene d'Annelle has arrived Angeles to teach dancing .with the mind. "Djtnclna Is merely an expression of primitive Instincts unless subJected to the refining Influence of *?*"tnl processes." .says Miss d'Annelle. "There la a philosophy In the fane* of peoples just as there Is philosophy In their religion. art or literature." .I* Jo to teach this philosophy In the formation of a club that Miss d Annette says she has come to Lee Angeles. This club, whlcb wil...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

PPPRH . .r^ ' IP GIVES LECTURE r ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HERE George Shaw Cook, C. S. B., Heard By Large Audience At Local Christian Science Church. Georae Shaw c k. <: P S . of Chl< r.k "infmhtr rt t?.. Hoard of Lectureship of the Mother Chureli. tha First Church of Christ Scientist, In Boaton. .Mas.- " was heard by a large audience a; the local Chrlatlan Science Church la?t night. Mr . Shan't subject Hia Christian Science: The Science of Pelnu." and he spoke In part a? follows"Christian Science has come to re;. veal that God la - divine Principle, fjove: and to show mankind that knowledir* of <iod Is demonstrable. Thua Christian Science l? reinstating firlmltlve Christianity. and rc-establahlna the teachlngl of the MastcrChrletlan as demonstrated by him and by his c.iriy followers In the healing of slcknesi and sin spiritual < anssllaa, > "Causation, as understood by Jesus, nd as taught by Christian Science, B spiritual. This spi...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

Erf"** I VIRGINIA NEGROES I EXCHANGE IDEAS V Tenth Annual Meeting of Organization Society to be 11 AIJ 1_ f*!-l l u ncia jn mcnmona Hampton. Nor. The Negro Or ganlaation Society of Virginia. whlcn witt hold lt? tenth annual meeting In Richmond. November H-IT. under k ,h* ?residency of Allan W. Washington. commandant of cadst* at Hampton InatItute. for the exchange of ' ^ on Malik, edurstten. and child welter* am on a those who arc work' ,ftS 1? Improve- churchoe. fhtnday schools. public and Oct vale schools, \ "hna prranTxntlong. has thede,, _ To'atimulate a desire for better ed.Mat low and better health. To telp the people raise money for corrmunity Improvement. To commit the leaders and the to tho policy of aslf-help. ? To Impress upon the people the valoo of freab oFf; and . To co-operate with the dteet white pooplo tn matters of public welfare. Tnp Negro Orpanlaatlon florlety which beaan actual work In lilt, le ono of the moat significant results of tho lateral Influence" of Ham...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

I BNmmbmb. ' the Roanoke World-News V . aUbnihed IBM* iMIHJlB VA I'oV'iafcevl tm? 1>j| Aaev+U. Aunday K _ - ?XIMK4 WUMLD CUKIUKATiON. flaaea Volkllca R.^ix.kr Va JUmra c r 15 H mi KV fcdllor. Htobrri pf Armliaii fcewapsiwr fuNUDtrt Association laullin Ke*epai < r HuB.irlisrs AaaoclaOoo H " > IV Associated Press K*| g Audit Bureau of Circulation Tba Associated Press la delusively co tilled |* (be use lor repubUcaliuo of all ??Si (Uapatclirv credited 10 U or not r At Verve las credited In tbta papal arvl also lbs Heal news vuMitVe txr*la | roRKlUN RECK KSKMl ATI VIL flllUt A Hairs luc New Tor? and Cfclcaso Entered at Pr>v!nfll<-e at Moan??*i? Virginia. 4_" aa Second Class Mali Mailer i KA tkTVN Ai) V AMCM HT. " 14 24 ' net rear ! lb* olfloa RV BT MAIL " 1 tkllf on* .tear WW) i ii - ' Dal'/. :? ouultu 9? Ml J D*ll> three un.ii'In .,.91 Mi Btiij. on* rnonto 9Q Ml TELCHOKKS Dunne ttie l'o? ? ' All Call* *WS fAt Mfht * 6 30...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

f'r ! i mi i 11 i ,ICELAND'S FIRST ' > AIRS HER VIEWS I ________ t i \ i Leader fcf the Progressives ' f\ T*-_ " mimug avr BVS in IM | Country, She Hells of \ Her Aspirations. , 1 Br 6wll|*rc 1L BfariMM 1 (Written for tk? Inunationtl News . IWTMS) Reykjavik. Iceland, fioy. 10.?(By the lata (-national News Service.)? , LTh onwar4 march of modern woman ban even penetrated Into Iceland. Guitlbjorg H. BJarlaaon la the ' first womafl to be elected to the Icelandic Parliament. She has herewith written her views as leader of the progressive women of Iceland regarding the position of modern women In polities. It seems quite natural now. when women enjoy the same education and the same political rights, that the time must be approaching when men and women will stand aide by side. Women ought to have their mission In politics as- well aa in oikw spheres of Ufr. It Is verjr difficult for me to say at this tlihe what policies I shaft follow as a'member of the Althing, specially as th...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

p-'SHf* iltt! (Published I E. ' >?il AMMWl l? Wii l.VJ# fAKKlH LUl i* ... 5* Music Memory Contest Is Now In Pull ^unn<v *11 * UU k/TTUl^ ? Wmy Open To Students to larrraw Knunlrilcr ? t lhnma Hialral Aatl Ula Prlara. (Br ?<i? lAorir.i The Music M? nt?ey Coni?*l benun tho f.r. I of tli.a wcfk and wl'.l Codnaut until lieceniber *. every child from 4H up beih* eligible to enter. fTbe primary children arc supposed lo learn (ho list of composition* and o composers with nai ionalicy of each, v all wurila .being correctly spelled, a The Junior High and High School rt atudrota mum train in addition to u these rwimrement*. the period in it which the composer lived and two <1 far 'a about Ma life or works. The entire I at of records will be at Commerce School for circulation. ' These records are for the use of nll( the schools and miist be returned afttr a reasonable period of time [raring tlie contest, children are to 4 Vie encounter.1 to collect s...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

TRACE OWNERSHIP , OF FATAL PISTOL Weapon In Montana* Caee S aid to rfave "Belonged to TorK mer Client of Judge Carleton. , . H?vr?. Montiu, Nov. 10.?/ My Tho AMucUt*! 1'rena.)?An effort wan 5^ 4?d*jr ?lD lr-e* platol with whleh R?v. Leonard jTchrlatler and ~ mitriirai ? arieton were ?u>t to death It* the Chrlstler hum* recently, after the Identification last night of the weapon by former Policeman C. J. Sunday. I . The revolver la aald to be one u??d try Hohtt Jenkins. a client of Mrs. i Carleton's husband, during an fclluKed naaault In a pool room, three years, ago*. ' Ownership of the pistol, which was e round In the hand of Mrs. ('arieton. was not determined at the coroner'a Inquest, which found that Mrs. Carleion had ahot the preacher and her* i , . ..] Mrs. Joseph Pjr|t? of Butte. Mrs. f'arleton'e mother, said the weapon I did'not belong to Mra. Carleton. According to the police, the dead woman's husband! Frank H Carle*, ton. acted as attorney for Jenkins at the time...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

VALUATION VA. PROPER! y FAR I ABOVE ITS IBT ITearly Nineteen Times As Great As Bonded Indebted Bess of State and Local Units Combined. Tha total assessed valuation'o? nl property In the Mates of Vtrcittl'a Is IMnr nineteen times ll.< total hoiidedl Indebtedness of the slate mid the local *overnment units combined. Property uss. sei d for taxation throughout the ealth bears V?lue on the tax books of the .Vbrlou* counties, t ovns and t'tli" of L.|t.T?8.0S#.C*3 OR. a.-cordlnie to flc M compiled by \v. K. Smyth*. St rta account. as of (September 20. Sit. A?alnat this sum lends have been rlwued to Uee amount of 196.441.Qmb. The city of Richmond t. j1j the! . Stat* In the issue of l:,r-1s as well aa lit assessed vain "'"on ( t un p. rtv. Richmond hae lot '? -.'atandinir to tha amount of ji: ;.?i ?ml prop rtr assessments rf S-T4.1 2R.766.99. Norfolk lias bonds of $17.562 000 Outstanding and u total property usHasment of $169,717,536. Portsmouth kaa bonds outstanding of #5.029.10...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

f MX MARRIAG ' Adele Garrison's Revelatiom Of?Ha?l >M. If K.w.p, TV/ux* Lillian Told Madge Bef ^ ? DOIAAR.- t waud ?n ?M??, ab/\ aunt rub Ion. "Tha man ttjri ha waAXa a dollar!" Lillian ?U at my atdah,r hand r Open my */m. p . ' ; Ta utbd to an* faid hueWedly, nd tonted to the-etalra "T#il the toy to wale Kajtle," aha called. "TWt may ft* an aaewer." f ?hg wa^Tbalf way ~?oor*the toatrs be. for* the tyaaon far W ha it* cam* to ma She Pwithed to *ee the telegram fret. and jfhe Hiat har* bwi expOctinf ma to reoelvi on*. Had alto bora warn?Hi by aoqeethlbg U> the aewapapers ab* Uatl *o cleverly kept from totf >> Fear and a cbtldleh resentment again*t her efficiency Winged my own feet tt^Wn the atalra. I caught op to hor, 'anJ reached acroaa her * boulder, to Kali*, who bold tho yellow envelope giaftlj la hor hand aa If It w*i<* a revolver ^b? expected to go off pt any tocood. f f 'Madge, dear, wodrt?" J J LiUian'a voice trailed away...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

V TWELVE ; SALEM TO OBSERVE ' ARMISTICE DAY I IN MING WAY Xzerciaei Will Be Held In Court House Under Auspices Xoanoke College and Sa avju jrvmv AiucriL'ou Legion. Salem. Nov. It?In accordance with tha Annual custom. Armlstica I>oy Will be celebrated In Salem with tolrmn exercises of commemoration held lit the Court Hnu?o on Salurda v morning. commencing at 10 TlCOk. These exerciser will he un4?r the Joint auspices of Salem Pout, No. 1*. American Legion and Roanoke College . All places of business In V?l?m will be closed between the houra of ten and twelve and a g.n ral holiday wHl be observed for that period of time as a tribute of reenect to the significance of the day The opvninc prayer will be delivered by Rev. V. M Richardson of tho Aai< m Methodist Church Patriotic aonrr w-llt be rendered by the Glee Club from the S.t'em High School. A brief resume of tho contribution made |5 the k< rvlce of the country in the world M'nr bv county. colli'm. and...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

r ' ' , ROAD BUILDING TO BE DISCUSSED Joint Session of National En ginecring Society Chapter*f In Lexington Uxlnft?n, Nor. I?A Joint mtttlif of Virginia chaptara of national cnglnaarlng aoclatlaa. to ba bald on Nof vambar 14 and M at tba Virginia Sk Ullltary Institute. will ba deyp'ad largaly tp'consideration of road bplld* Ins and good rondo subject la ganeral. * Pspsalaeat, Mom. Invited Many ( profnlnant man will attend ' tge. session. Including: Oovsrnor ' KLao Trinkls. T. ?H. MacDonald. W?bl of tba United States Uurcsu.of While 1 toa-l a, H. K. Bishop. a oiatjnguinbad highway anginaar ol Washington, I). C-: C. M. Uphaoi. gtata Hjghway Kngtnser of North * Carolina; T. it. Agg. professor ol isg m way anginaar of Tehesaoa. C. D. Back, State highway anginaar of Dalawaraj Dean wTuiam M Thornton, profehsor of tnilutrliio - IK. I'-I ?- >< Virginia: J. Varpsnter. president 2f *? /infi"1* aectlon of the Amsrl2Rn *"5}>clatlofW of Civil Knefcsers; .. n Chri...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

M SOCIAL ANC ; MRS J. W. SHJ m.\ . 1 1 ~ - - ? Office Hours: 9 to IP A M Pi ? y: ""*~ ! 1 HUM \\i f: L tor >i u ;i*. ?f . . . ?',v>ir una 1 Hrr*' tnjmt+ry. B; Tou an- ;i i" p v!iv?I! K|. In th* rt^i !! - .( ; ?i .hi i l . i>tli. I Tou ?n? a my-s. i. ;.. >! ?li?ti H? _ ?ho?ti ilv. . I ! r..:i. Tou i(rf n I>|; rii1 I'1- ; . Kuzoil I Ef t?t l;i'iKii >:-out > Bjr whit r KtNl'l-o . 1 ' TT .I.VI .tiv.xnis I the |K>plur" You nre T.!?xt * I. < ( . r;i?: hr;ir<l j fr??rn u Vrntuti * ?. :<. !:? ?' ?i. ?-iii- I ? ! IlKht. J Y(>u ur* h <!< ;. ? . r<- t!irti?l'.t>? r\ aing. I You nrc (;?>?' - Sj.? > ;: A-aril fti'in .< ? i i ? .1 ' >> Wtitrr *iIt i I -iri ' < i.ii \ r it: t In;f *un?h!i E Wh'rf ilai- - I.: t'.-.r 1. -! !* ? 'u a r*!t* I at aM .? . ? Sytltinv...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

? ' ?MME3aH5BESS=3a=cm===^==^K SIKI sum AT .HANDS or FRENCH '? Uiiagalaaa Oqnqnwnr of flir. pontisr Barred from King ir for Nine Months. iParU._iNorr ! .?(Br ** i^L- r? Cf O W? tut (Tu D|MU ?fn!iti?V^?hfy" , today was / Joct?nt foot whoro hd cuapi and has-boon a moot. Boxlna FodihV h..tvwf^? awray .bM-titU of nil hu.chmP?P?oo Of Franco ku.i , lUm trom ?r?etloth? ''OOf* for a period JifnJa wont^fc jQjily m few hours >*Eor# tn# colored conqueror pf in?IE? Kiart*nV*J bia otumbtod Into mother bloc It of hard luck, tho Brit" K?^ i?T#o w*"'?? w 'orblidin* bla. S!5TO.l!fWgS?ia;"rt>"* 5tf aun?&arv& ?S TS*M b* ronood," If they mot " *b* f'n*? Bot tho bah tho FVonch P*t on Hlkt was caused by an w*?""<Uy nlJP. whin ? -?? "!? mm > inuaa lor ureoie 5? n>litc, b* Jumped to tho ring vhen bio nan wu knocked out. and it ruck the manage* of tbe victorious tattler, Maurlco 1'runler. Foe 8lkl, It may be that the worst a yet ...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

SIXTEEN FP U R E [ WINFRED BLACK t\ rlfn Ab??ut The Grouch K 4< opirl|jlit. 1021. >c?>MIKr Frn I I I am going to M-e the Grouch this morning;--and 1-dread it i -l>eltr me. how I dread ItV I feci ju>t u> If t wet? walling fur someone t<? throw ? bucket of cold water on inr or as if 1 wore ju.?l climbing Into th-'niist ? chair and S could look t:it the mirror and see the dentist getting ut cue of thuite (Ivnit. fharp, lU'ukiil Instruments lie loves? I No. I *m ifd afraid of the Grouch ?exactly. There Is no' reason 1 should he afraid of him. lie lias ro authority over me and tatiiiol tnjuto me in any I' way. ? . Hut ju?t t" mi- him turns the clock i hack foi nie anil makes the* brightest | day in the w orid as black as nialft tl 1 g lit. 1 uu Me. I never know how to take J the Gr.-u.h -but I always know exra^tly h a N Is going to take me. 1? I try to be agreeable u'nd say k Something bright about the day, or a...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

W*.Fvr ' ' < irv ~ PURE ? The Home kitchen r ji.A.\Akrrtu torau nuM-tu* = -J " AtMi* : Til* Aslkcrtt? m Hmi CiitlM t U HEU AM IRVM APPBTISIXO % FUNPK1X UAMTIM. UuTMt Ua< Brian to aa tb? n pumpkin to do Ita tarn tn tba Vinlmbla <r?m? ?' " ? alone as a pie nilln? do** this f?. - * ???*bis pUy a lending role. I*?. H li? at last Mt?r*4 broader e??a ?f usefulness. To the Initiated ? food circles It Is evident that the pumpkin has arrived. Ts meet the jHmpkln alt the way from eous to dessert ts a surprise to many of tas. Whs never suspected Us versatility. Ke wonder the Chines* call It tba PSror of the kitchen garden! Por, . *snly, U la a yellow monarch of many varltles of the pumpkin, but many varieltee of the pumpkin, but this *ory daal* with Just the oldlaphloneil kind that, grows to mami t??th sl^a while hiding away la the t'rssss ef Pnwskln Imp. *Mte a Quarter of a medium-sized . pumpkin and stew until tender. Then maehUt very flns. add ta p to u n su...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 November 1922

^^fcoHTEEN I ^ 5 A Fcr this vigry small initial NOW would be a good ti F f FARLEY'S LEADER: NOW. New winter appai ^ # n ^????. | JEFFER! t < at? '' ' ' . ' " ^ ' *V ' ' f * ' THE ROANOKE W< ii f*an ?<a A VUII I %A outlay of money you can me to begin to enjoy the i SHIP IN VALUE-GIVING rel for the whole family hi HE THE VI SALE IS BOUND TO 0 y MEN'S Wen have a big share in FAR! rhe big point is that you can save a whole lot. That means stop to consider the season is l range from the new Nor k servative cut sack suits men who are anxious t LWfi world. They are priced Elk (St -JSk mm S4 ? sSfinr I MOST APPEALING I 1 MEN'S fi Presenting the best Ovei S8$ . better fabrics and bette ^ in years?because of sp quality. Months of p k clothiers of the countn Ih 0WF A Most Una; "BOYS' 2-P U U t New fall styles in twee< All-wool and wool-rnixe< of colorings and patterr year-round wear. Plerr fellows and high school with every suit? ' A Am OU...

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