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

"? V- ?? . fc.' ' K f i 1 V 1 . r>ri GERMANY INTENDS j *. TO PAY IN FULL -' Reply to Reparations Com- j mission Is Reassuring to 1 i ? 5the AHies ' r ? Associated r?u) ( n ?*r2ln' Xov- ? ?Th? reply of th? ? Herman government to 'the Mptrt- 1 tlone comoOesion la at night concam- i it ?* Qormnny'e economic situation ra'a JPetbQaays intention to fulftit < * thp obHgntiune entered Into wKh ? *>?? a? <*omtiwt|a* last July. Jt la aula tK? Uemaa uttremment regarded stfehllsatlon as tba most urgent task baton it. but that guar- J antaaa for *>er mane ot surcaaa for tha < measures proposal] could not only 1 ? bo alvan on condition that final so- < lutloa ofthe entire reparation prob- a Ul!L.k# twjhedlately taken In hand 1 Tho rty\j further expressed the i opinion that It still was possible to J Jaas stoos.br means of oo-oprratlon i between ferclgnjbank ng syndicates i the mark' ch,b*n,< *or supportlnj j v...

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

r w * ^ frTOgK TWBNTT p Bro jilts"*I iy. COLONELS" Centre's Seeking Game Wjtli I Pennsy Seems to Indicate ?That Union Is Broken. II r l)n * hi J. WnUk. New York, Nov. in?i lly Interna. tlon.il Srvlfp.)?A tip c?mr to thin writer "ni" days ago that Centre College would r.ot b? nsked by Kalr liartard to rent w inter-sectional returns on the g'ldimn in 192S. In support of this comes the report from > Philadelphia that Cefure hail requested a came on the Pennsylvania S: . schedule f r next season. Just why Harv.,rH. having pref; vlousty declared Its-If on the intersections! proposition, should wish to dispose of an opponent that has drawn upwar.1 of l-Sc.naa persona to the Ftadluni in three seasons is not i. altogether clear. Hut it Is evident that Centre College. In making overtures to Pennsylvania, hns seen the weti known handwriting on the enoally known wall. tt is said that Harvard means to replace Centre with the best attraction the great open apacca of the tVest affords ...

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

| I fjpS=2. , ? . i _ f"WANT ? L1 - - - J t , T: I I T HE i WORLD NEWS 1 PlMIM adtWlMiii rat?* 7* Ut?* I aauntlna wntdfl tn iba Up* I Owpitr luPM <Hr pn (nab Ail ?iaa>ilaa *"l??rti?infl *mni> !t<k ? vlxncfl pmai rasa raw* to tone larm an . <?rtta r? .O tpollralk* Caab ami tcnapui all aat 01 . >?!. *?n MigctaaatQ-atteoa m airaitufl Mw nil gr MV? bteek (?c?d in* I im millrd - r' ' Alt MltrttMMKnti t?uat rrarb lhi 9IKIMM o(T|o? bjr H 311 o a 0* publication nest morning. Saturday b? ? ? m PHONE S145 Al'TiiJIiUli.i. rOB BALK?Franklin touring car at a bar | rata A1 abapa. Call 130* df t:s.)j 6S0# Sbo~ ROADSTER rOK BALK? Excellent I condition, repainted and a line looking rtr at a bargain. K O. Bdsrrton A Co. 171* W. Ma rco Arr. 601X1 I ORB OLOSMOMI.K at a bargain. Old Cwno.rrce St.. t. W. IViooa 3S0H. ^ 6046 BEST HMD CAB bar* aid* In Roanoke; 4 BO CBeefotot. IB model new plat on rtnga, new differential gears, rum like a wat...

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

" |f rWKXTf-TWO | ^ The Investor H*fkta( Valley's ( ? ! Hauling* to l<aki' I.r.r. Swelled t>> Trafhc I'raM it* I nrvnt Hi-tid. Ike C. A <>-. (<><e I'.iri.wii Stability. -Uocklnir Yulny ? Miatcgic position in aiTorainu it* parent ruaa. trio Chesaprukr & Ohio. an out'.i t to Iaikc Uric at * o-1 clu, has ;u*lrti auostau[R liaily t?> earnihK* until its Investmcnt bonds ronimand hoth rank, 'i lie main line of the Hoca.nic Valley originates In the Ohio coal Held*, of course, anil rnucii of the i oau * tircat g?;: ' lJtkea tralrtc Mails tile re Through and'Western from Valley cross, un to L t Uavirly. bvnevtr, ana apd O.'i Northern l?.\ l;vckni( Va.ny reaches the palrAt >)iniu ma.n p;" , line. It than lap* a lain? Volume of Kt- the westoound soft lull! Iiaa>inb< from betii t*ie 1 oeahontas ana .Ni a Idler fields. IIim blue \ alley a KsralUKi. Appro...

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

Fmmr ~ ' t| Market and F 'UNCERTAINTY IN 1 f MARKETS TODAY \A ?? J Trading on Exchange Falls (Off?-Stock Exchange Said , to Have Lost Its Snap. |}r Kurt P. WMl (Bjr Special L*?|ed Wlrs to the Roanok* World-News.) 1. Wall Street, New York. Nov. 10.? [ I Uncertainty was the chief character|*letlo.Jn all the markets today. It showed Itself alike In stocks. In bonds. In cotton and In the foreign e*e banger| Trndfng ?>n the stock exchange fell H off rather sharply In volume. Price I, Changes avere extremely Irregular. II in bonds there was also less activity, end prloes were as near stationary as they can ever be. This was true of lJbertl^s. and moat corporate Iseues. It., wee significant. though, that French and Belgium Clove rn) tnent issues showed no Inclination to rally. The continued heaviness In Kuropean government lonna fitted.In with the fresh downward trend In the exchanges, which Was especially marked In the case of French and Belgian francs. Both bond and exchange m...

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

. r . PP If: TWENTY Font i mm AMUSEMENTS TODAY T ' ? > | Five Big Time Keitb Acts. rfcrrr iwHi'imiiirw dally. S. ?Utu and 0 Alan nlriarva iiuaa. 4 POT POTPWOT 9 Conway Tearle ?in? j? The Referee" ?? AC m muo | Q^een cf tha 5 TTicuiin. Rouga ;; ALSO Burtcr Koaton IN Of "Hard Luck" ^ I* th JEFFERSON f ilc oPDnntrr pfrr\ov nn .1, UFKUKISIG * "Jim's Girl" nJ, H nfr?f ?? ?? riekela on Sale ^ llM??ltrT?, I'kionr 1*02. ro w: PARK I House Peters in i > ^ "Human Hearts" i hi . I ar 1 ca ? Magnificent armored hearings and b? decorations, nfter being hidden for two centurion under r heavy coat of wftrnith. ?rc nrw being restored \n in Westminster Abbey. nt to ci ar Take fTt i 1 n loba nc . r?Aot a?n ac? u M for the liver :; Beware ot nutationa Ltenund I the (enniM <c lOc and 15? pack- * kfo? bearing abcrra trade (nark. Hoffolk&Western t ciicni.t.K ik RrrccT nav ?. ira ? w est bound ii 1 too A n.?Via l.rncht>?rg Sleeptna car* la Wuhinitno ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 November 1922

:S5 ?!jcRoanoke HJofld-jNcw^ :^} r , ..,.^^r. .?.. , , ,, ?."*, ?, . ,.,. M t m , . .. . f. .-. ^ ? . - - ,. . .._ "? , -f - - ^ VOL. 40,?No. 115. 14 PAGES TODAY ROANQKE, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY AFTERNOO N. NOVEMBER 11, 1922. PRICE THREE CENTS < RALSTON MAY BE MOSES OF DEMOCRATS Woodrow Wilson Indicates Growing Interest In 1924 Fight?Robinson of Arkan' > ||?i: a _ n 1 memiunea as denaie Leader to Succeed Underwood?Former President > Improves In Health. ' "... . ! I My J. Bart Campbell. l (Copyright. 192'.'. by International Nt?t .Service.) Washington, Nor. 11. ? Amid Democratic rejoicing over the rout of the Republican "Old Guard" at Tuesday's election, former Presti dent Woodrow Wllaon la today harlng actively in the hopes and plana of Democratic leaders still loyal to him for the election of a Democratic President In 1924 who . will be representative of his prlnclplea on government. Front the family residence at 2210 H. Street. N. \V.. where he has speu...

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

l?v -J. CHILE SHAKEN BY F EARTH TREMORS U - Quake of Unusual Severity Causes Tidal Wave, Interrupts Wire Service and * '* t " 'Damages Property. 8?ntt>RO. Nov II - |ly Ti f As ocialcd Pro.*? ?- Sc\>r>- ir'h .? . n Ktware felt In xuril'-s ?-f t'h'.'.e feliortlv liAfnr*. !>.' !? iir, t ?. ?tn [L Hrljr today. Kront v;.i.o..s pcitilA 1n Central Chile c..m of i. >h?VHs falling and otht r .'.nmt' - - A report troni At.r. :'.iu..*ta. rth r '-Valparaiso. ri.nl that a t.d..! wave :. > ctne in i*ti>it!y iifu r midnight, smashing small an! *?it-p* ing over the homes oi ! -1". ?. : rn :i and s Workers. . So far no -loss ?.f life ha* been ?eported. but c?ni:?iur.lc.>tion It nor front many points have been knocked out of order Keporte rnrlvrj ;.i?t before dawn altl the shocks v*>-r r ii'it.uir.g at lllapel, I'nadlces i/trt I.a Serena The latter city ?u wrecked t.v a seine arthtprnkw m tttt'T. Th-' r...

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

WOMEN FIGHT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS IN EVERYRELATION National Party "Declaration of Independence" Unortho dox to ^ Degree. Br >p?cTai &,srw7sr!r-.h. ro?nohe World-N<?w*.) . _ < Copyright, 1MJ.) Wuhinfton, Nov. It?The mem hers of the National WominS l'arty meeting here today, have decided to atop ataothlirg In their fleht (or a "blanket amendment" to the constitution governing women ?eik| right everywhere with men. They are going to demand that women no Ibnger be barred from the priesthood or ministry. They,are going to demand that the f "white slave law" bs abandoned In I ' " so far aa It exploits the feminine sex. The recommendations etated women L . shall have the sams rights to control . , of tbomaelvea as men. Nor are Women to be favored In the matter of aex offenses, hat ahall be I mnde to pay the penalty of auch offenses an If thsy were men. In all matter* of aex the women's party demand that women shall be treated exactly aa men are. Mesn...

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

PSHIRK'S ^ i MAL AND MRS J. W. SHI rs: 9 to 10 A. M Plio m ?- r . Arml'llcr Itar flrlur t i%'?r utt I Ko* uwarliif Th. were ?h<nih<U. thi bart-I tiers furled "The War is dead!" the nations rang;! Ten tbouYand thousand Joy btlll f -rang! Hossr nan rose from every shore, -l'sace. peace la ours forevermorcC* ( Befoie th* Joyous about in it died ' Dark war-clouds gathered fur and wide Men could not swift)/ sweep away I Wlr'i desolating tempest-sway. That down the ancient, w ralhful I years Hns held them csptive to their fears. In minds too young for enmity. ? Ethel Ulalr Jordan. ('. . Entertainment* Today The principal social events of today will include a tea which Mrs. William 1_>. Taylor I* giving this afternoon for her sister-in-law. Mrs. Eleanor Taylor, of Columbus. Mo. Tin! big'Armistice Ball, uufiir the auspices of the- local post., of the American?tjegion will be given In the aucl.torlum tonight The t'ountry t'lub w ill ajs.i feature j n Armi;,i?...

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

r-i_,jt,ft5Hpp== ' l jy.p<ii7ji .mS The Advent of O Colder Weathej" V-X. ' L " 1 XT EVER in the history of this store were I come to all shoppers. We offer only t _ pat ion, yput coming. II - . I^^nterMode Introducing a rare assemblage of pXrt fiy | ure appear slender.. All are straight - /ftp jr 1 trimmings and drapes and panelings t ^ ; v V/ j} are of Canton Crepe of the best quality A tom hem*^ne so 6 are slightly drape Colors: Navy blue, brown, muffj apparel our prices are quite within' f\ sonableness and we await with conf Ry I] \\ of these at? x y . - $39.50, $45.00,: $59.50. I ' ^' This Week An Of IjjT Smart Canton Crep This is a special grouping of the choicest up-tograde Silk Canton Crepe, and a few of Satin-back C All have the full side drapery panels that extend I have large flowing sleeves, while here and there Colors: Brown, Navy blue and black. These are t real $29.&0 values, which is the regular price. On morning and continuing through the week....

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

P?F" TIm Roanoke World-News kI BNabiiibcO l?>9 tR kOA>()K.K V A Errry Day Except SuDday - ?* ? TWM WUKU> CUHHUKATlOJi, BL ft? MulMlot B?ao?*e. va JUmua F riSHBDRX Editor IMraibere of BT Mviutpir i"ut?;iahere AMOdatioo iNtkWu K??i|iti*r l*ur>:ifber? Aaaodalloo l*r Aaroclatrd Prres I f>. Audit Bureau of llmililM ^ Tlx Aaaociafrd tteaa ta ex.-luai?ely en l tfXiad to U>r uaa for repunuoalioo of ait tWa diapaicnr* credited lo II or Ool t aUtrwiaa cr-i!ltt<1 lo this p?p? and ale | Um looai m?? uubi aArd Orrein I, WMION representative I OWft A H?m Inc. Nee tor* aoC Ctncaar iMrm! a* poetoStce at KoanoXe Virginia iff" a? Second Claaa Man Matter [ rates" in "ad* a sea Cent* vtt weca oajable to carrier 90 -4 per rear payable ?t tbe office Bt MAIL Baity one rear IJUti Dally, at* Qiuotba 9- -">0 {' Bally, three months 9l Ml Patty, one month >o *>o TEL9PUONRS Durtua tbe Dar Alt Caila 81VA...

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

Styt 3lutt (Published b; Kditur v AMlMM I W1U.H.M PAKIUCft. LU)*1 Roanoke Eleven Swamps Danville UMl Bm I'M 1>MI nt Nba In LnH ttmilrr Wk? H?M Roiwk* Hlch Hfbool ovAwbtimed III. High Hchool at i)i? Fair OrouMc Fuaterday afternoon by a Mora a( 47 to a In a football ram a that was one-?t.w<l throughout. Whit, ' f*' playing tha quarterback poaltlon for the local tram, received a punt aftor tha Danville team triad thraa tlmoa to make a ft rat down and ran >0 yarda for a touchdown. 1 tame a drop-kicked through tha goal poata and mada tha acore 7 to 0 tn favor of Roanoke High School b? ? tha game waa thraa mlnutaa old. Danvllla came back Into tha (ana with mora "pep.f but waa unable ta eraah through Roanoke High'a . . Una. conaeuuenlly tha ball want ovar aftai four attampta Whillock ran Wltklne through tha vtaltora* lino for tan yarda and thaq tbraw a 30-yard paaa to fchert. right end. who ran acroaa tha chaUt'ilna for th? aocond touchdown. Barnaa. laft ha...

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

- . bioht Edison . Governme Basic ( u -> *1 wiimicy jr i [' '"Thomas Kill* -i ' JutltuK- In Ith?- Mi*ti i . EfrfMthnrlzrd Hi. f.ii ! 'Serf(>tion . f i f - ith i ll.I) .i : to. th. itRs>WiitKiM;.< in Hfii.ni : . y Lt.fMUlrr ch?-*|M r !- ' 6 iHUeh th* "iiotl.i-. i v.. .i 11 E ptl mii3 ti'i ui in i i (paraniiis i.H K (and dmhotii-i-t mh t it -i JltohlriK tli? n.n.-.T'M . - ' an(g-.<itr>'? re a l i! J'l In* ordinary i . n . :i. ?ii! - .i? ET ;4Tolil thi- li is s of ..! tioifrnnn nt on ikr.Juh. Bor.ifilnii . i. * i. "t! of E. {U*tiry Kuril ;.t ! i. .. t. \if- ! V <> 1111 him*, .f i i' , a 1 a- s if , crniiniiil rm?nw Hum - t- mi-< I mints anil bus.iii . . V, . I. > ? !??> Jo HI* T' I : >> i- ~ . 111, . ' .ttlinu ! Jlr w on ill 11 1 i i t ? >:. I 11-t Ur>ini> feity las..- n.n. mh h h ' UK ri'rtin.. i t r. &l...

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

. / ' | MU. SUE HARVARD TO SjNGjjERE SOON . '"V'nklnK p.rhapa. that thara can't he too much of a food thin*. If tha 7 fSaooka Kl** 1' Club haa decided to taUa a hand to tha muataal actlvltlae of and In pura compliment to Ita pu-ita. Who it may ha aald. oa thla oecaalon will ha ?tnrtiin?iy nuineroua, will, ?n the evening of Novambap SI. praaant ana Harvard, tha eminent concert I^rw, It the Auditorium. Nearly everybody has heard ?f Sua Harvard. gha la one of tlu few American singers who devote themselves entirely to concert work, and she baa suae nearly everywhere la -fkls country that thay appreciate rood aopranoa. Only a weak ago aba , WW at Aeolian Hall, New York, In [ bar regular New York recital, and prior la that, even thin early, had appeared at Washington twice. In Mansfield. Ohio; byracuae, N. Y., and llttsburgh. , Juat about every civic and educational association In town that baa to do with music and many that do not Will ba Included on tba guest list of tba Kiwaala for the...

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

j TKM I The WELI l* "By ALPS TYhfzt to Wi ?7 -> ^ fgprrUht. IPC' Imll vltlunlity i?. Of PKnr, York. N v. " ?The i Onllln lnc?>n*e<! .ft" clsver," etil tl < -.eli ?t thli dress is a ieput.it!. *i f r mil hir* to <|i> h t.- wear vour ?r roll out* ! *: of your tr< knee. or #?* .tip 'ti tJ.o t aUi^ knickers and t< r.n;? blazer , . tvttn orl|itn.>Mt% and Individ n* a well unit a* viae us n ( To be turn ''! ;'* vltlt "01 ? smart tirv'r \> n* smart ntu mtrt. A ini? 11 ? dress like Is. bounded J", fix.-it iitr.ita l. uniformity ft. in whi.-h' mil or the half li.ik il oltlunt v n barren but for "nTTimrrnn: tract's nttetition bv hceiiiini; The tempt alien to In' "ol In v"rcont*, < epiicf illy of i belted 't>|ie. but you lire we elm it. 1'h smart ov? rirar simple, dep. tidine tor cfTeet 1 oddttv of out, an upon fir trlrrness of fit and eTi'vllen J'otti.ivi-d m the...

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

? BB^??W?II , 'WANT &V7'" . -M-LUJrwm?omitMSZismcBW j t HI WORLD MEWS f MUM wt* BlMH MM M IM itHlIni 4 ?t?f4? to *h? I Mm iiMildl -ff ^ jff n^>t> 411 4M?tim MurlMM MfMlK ?M M ?4*)M IMBM (Mt KM M KK I MM M ' Hl?f? MtltMXM ' 114 ??I IIH1MI an Mill ittMUMiivaUM MM Qormmua Wv. Mil m Mil MtM lMM 17W MTSMM AJI ?dt ?_!??< M MUM ml IV able for roar' winter oee. CAMPBELL MOTOR CO. ltl Lack At*., W , Roanoke. Va. tM FOR SALE?Little Overland Fosr Coupe, run aeven hundred ml lee. Owner leering town, meat eell at once. Terms for reepouible party. Phone 1742-W. S227 KELLY SPRINGFIELD T1RR8 NEW AND LOWER PRICES 30x3V4 Fabric $11.90 .11x4 Fabric $19.20 ;<0x3Vfc Corda $1465 12x4 Cords $29.10 13x4 Cords $30.00 52x4Va Cords $37.80 54x4Va Cords .....$39 50 BLUE K1DQE TIRE CO. 502 8. JEFFER80N 8T. eiae MrTford owner Do Jk>u know that: A abort circuit in per timer vtree la liable < amouaij injure or burn up ?our cart Or eauan f...

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

Kr^TWELY K' Investor MIms*! I)lf f err at *?rlf? o <'*??ml Narl|??r Honda.' Allkonal , Kaattral H ttulli), >rll \Mdri; K|^K55u With an arnlriK ro.-ord of mor fc- tnaa ordinary merit, not t" motiiiui (- ' monopoly in its own Meld unde perpetual fra nohlyo*. .Itrooklyn Kdl OH dCMrrri rank anion* iho sound Ml concernn of us Urol N t man < companies, after nie.tlnK all tixn rkartM, hav? Ix-ru n? !? to pay an J . ........ w?iwviiu iu iriru umiiiihtj mulmiuiu ra without liit?rinl?|{>n for light V f*? ye?re. Such records ntlrmt at tent Ion. It would hi Impossible t' s-. . Peinet a Brooklyn Kdlivu bond p Poor quality, but that la no rcasoi for entering the lint Idlndlv In deed. entne bad mistakes might run lfr follow ?urh notion. The com Jwnv's various nrrlrn of genera mortgage bonds nre Identical In qua I Itjr, for example. nil rommatidlm high-grade Immtmciil rating"', bu they eell ut Icvi'ls widely illlferetit Series A bonds now sell to yiehl-t ...

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

.. 35? Market and F SHARP DECLINES IN SLOCK PRICES Over-Extended Loans Believ ed to Have the Effmr.t nf Squeezing Out Longt. My hlaart P, *?*?. (By Special Leased Wire lo the Horn noke World-News.) Wall 8treet. Xew York. Nov. 11.There was further sharp decline or the stock exchange today fur whlcl there was no definite or generail] accepted cause. Whut happened coult only be understoed In the 1 ght oi a combination of outside factors will unfavorable conditions within th< market Itself. Undoubtedly fear of bad news fron Turkey deterred people who otherwise would have been tempted by th< . heavy tall In prices, to buy. Thli 'made the market more sensitive t? the short sell ng and forced liquids' tlon that was coins on, | There was a lot or rather vast" discussion over what the Increase it radical representatives In Congresi might mean for the business future and especially for the railroads. Bui Inasmuch as the Sixty-Eighth Con gresa w.ll not come Into being foi...

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

gjp fourteen BRYAN'S WEEK A Lesson of Sw 1L By William Je il/Ukr ; 1/ And. a wci-aii in the city. }; . that Jrius >at at mat in the Pharls of ointment. t. And stood kt his feet behind hint with tears. and did wipe thent with t feet, and ano:nt?d them with oltitme Now h hrii the I'ltarlM t which hat fllmself. saving This Man. If lie wer and what manner ?t woman this is that And Jisus afiswiring said unto hln thee. And he salth. Master, say .on. Therr w as a certain creditor whic! hundred pence. and the other fifty. Ami when they had nothing to pay mt therefore, which of them will love Simrni Hnsw ere'J and said. I auppn Aud he said unto hini. Thou hast rigli And lie turned to the woman, ui woman'.' I entered into thine house, I hut she liath w.vshid n .v feet witts I of her head. Thou gave?t me' no" kiss; hut this not ceased to kiss my left. My head with nil thou didst Pol a my feet with ointment. Wherefore I say unto tliee. Her si she loyed much, but to wlnon jittle i* An...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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