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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 September 1922

I " ? - ...... ? ^ I. I. ffiMI/klrf A/ 0aaa#A#? "f ivur rwn la lit history of ths city waa mad* durln* thb t?rm of the outaoln* council. Moat of tha - bonds of tha city aold during that tin* went above par and the total aalaa amounted to ttltl.ltl.U. Tha arahteat form of ravenue to tha city came front tha tax lav lea hud tha Income from thla source baa Increased steadily from year to year. Tha bin Jump between 1?L? and IMC waa due to reaaaaaament of property. . Another aeaeeament will not tahe place for another five yeara. however, and tha eatlmated returnb thla year are below laat year. Licenses proved to be a veritable void mine, and | over $100,000 waa collected from thla source. Persons who were cau*bt^ In the tolls of ths law contributed over $100,000 for the maintenance of the city, and owners of cars were aaaessed fai.lSf.OO for tha upkeep of the city. < k Puhiio schools took a larva slice out of the city treasury, nearly one-third of tba city's appropriations . be...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 September 1922

II. FOtKIKKN I mis wfiir f $Ff COJSE GAMES IN TENNIS FIGHT Tilder ana Johnston For America: Patterson and Anderson. Australia?Series Popular. > II* J. M aUh. i tf?. *?".*" : ">"?? Service Sport* 1 It tor I K? rest ir i?. I. 1 . Stpt V ?(Dy The ' tterpaticai '-c?s Service.)?*'I*et r ha e : . . . ; me u ho are fat." r.-m?:k< ! Ilite Mr. t'arsar, aproP s pr a r v. u'I .imi that fat men mar e it tv. r:r? in a garden hut seldom c> ?r that Impulse to misplace a oareb knife in M.e abdomen. H? :ch* rat* a hle?l that neither do t! v >!r ? tronis -halls aorose a net v it) ai.y particular slcisrce- of success ' Tl-e halo: co round of the famous Paws i ; s. ties. mvolvlnc America a d A. ?;'! l>e held today on the courts the West- Side Tenn!* Cltih. l'r il ly what constitutes the t?ur cr..v?-t slrtrles players In the w rid ? 1 inert :n the matches and r.ore of t etn uoitM he nt all re asurlnr t.? th'>, late Mr. Caesar s...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 September 1922

H!H'1/' I BARNES IS GIN II nun imnmip n iinnv unuuuma Dodgers Defeat Giants For Seeend Time ?Boston Takes Double Header or elate. IMtaMl Won I^nt Frt few Yerk .... 7? ? .SOI ? u Ml ?. Loull M 65 IU WWW) ? >7 JM4 nttsterxh ? i; ,m? Iroeklyn H as pilledetebln o 7? JM Where TWr rh?r Teeny. N?* York at Brooklyn. Philadelphia at Boeton. Pittsburgh at at. Louis. . Cincinnati at Chicago. Results Yesterday. Boston, t-7; Philadelphia. 4-2. Brooklyn, 7; Roar York. I. It. Leali-Plttrbgrcl. wet ground* Otkon not scheduled. Barnes Knarked tet. Brooklyn. Aug. II.?Brooklyn made t two straight from the National .esgue leaders today, winning hy 7 o 4. In a hard bitting game. The lodgers knocked Jesse Barnes out of k? box In the third Inning and the itaatg banded Sherry Smith the same loan la the aerenlh. Memeux retired he Olaats wltkowt a kit In the last breo Innings. He struck on* the iide In the eighth. Seere: It. II. K. few Tork H* Ml Ite?? 11 Jreoklyn Ill lee eix?7 1) 1 , I. Be r nee....

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 September 1922

sixtkkn I TIMES AND \ 1 WORLD NEWS i < -is fair# ?e ? lioo I ? . n ? >r.:? l<> >rh? line. I .?? t.nt Mc per Inch. ! ?!rrrti?in? trictljr ?- 11 '" I t (<? In IriiV'irrm ?JI ,f . , j ;. - ii on :i .1 a ' tni'iny ?.] out ofI v - " V . r"t pcrniHt?<J. 4 i :, ?>* t-:?'k lnccO tjp? A ? n? I.: m*j?i rrai b lh? I IT. : i 'lit p m for I . :. n !: >! m rui.i*. Salurdoyi in m: a: i s A THoliillT FOR TODAY < !i Hi Hi>an<ikc*.s ?ulii;il>s was oik'c s. i.uiriclit tliru tlio " I r Sill*-" 4 *? >1 it in its of t1 'i nn?l WorM,\ W 4 V < AlTOMOUH/?9 Kt'K > V 1 K ? ??o r? -i?.ii&mr ? nr. In r?o<1 ? tvv^xifi 711 W. S.?i? ra ' .?u -.N?4s M inr:u KoR SAl> AT \ 1-AII*.A1N ? l^uhl Otrr? lxi?l A'in h ? r, .1 l*Uii!?l)oe hroi * r, ?nt. i?*:i ' roflP SKI'AX H?K > \LK?lr cotxl r<m?!...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 September 1922

w I I I Market and F N. Y. Slock List yjarrsass.*.' > * . M OlSHS Itfc 'r > .AlllaJ Cham. A Dye ... *5^ "Tfc Am sr.1 "u?Br : " "8 Am vat I* ?3 Ab Oar and Fdry. ... )u / 187 Ata Hid. m u pid : 71*'* ritr Aaa Intar. Corp. ...i!? ii* JNf aZ ttZZZUv' "?*. i<jft aS ? * Ksfla'lna .' .' sift sivi Am Mumat ra'Tob.'!!!!! 3?s ??ft ^2 * T*? isaft - 119% A In Woolen .......... f|U Si* Anaconda Copper .... 66 ft 66 ft AlihllOQ lOi Atlantic Coast Cine ... llfC Hilt ^IVdwin'*!* W* 1 4" U% 11 * ISA 111 Win LCO. fseaa*. 1 l?V 1 jllA 2?ihmK^ 1*. '?? ?? Bath. Brvel "B" 78 Vfc 78 Calif.- Petroleum |ih (jS caaadlaq I'acifto ltsft its* Leather ttft - tlft Chandler Motors cs S3 Chesapeake * uhlo 77 7Sft Chile Copoer jj -jit *?? *" (ill. U lit. IV 33Is 33ft k ^hlc?S?. II. J. A I'ac. t(J5 c 4716" 4otuml>ia Graph 3ft j-. Cars Cola 'lata 11 Columbia Gas a Klec. lot V lot ft Cora Products 118ft 11?% Consolidated Caa 136 136ft t'awrlble Hteel St >614 4'osde...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 September 1922

P >? > > ,. r F gllQHTKEN |hr racers will ! fly all around I nniTinn mi rn K Ma rjoribanka. an Etonian ati<l a ntphru o f I-.* >r<* Tweodtnouth, will " alao he a member of the tr.+m. he I" leader <>' the Tori** In Ojfuril, a rlasalral icholnr and a l.eamler o?r?man. M C. ll-.llla, a Thdliol *chnl*r. n Liberal ai d n < "hestertonian national-, will complete. the team. MANY ENROLLED IN THE COUNTY SHORT COURSE Cla**e* I ndrr Olrecllnii Of >l!aa lllmnnr llntilinril Weel In >fw I.iindiin Academy Bedford. Aug. 31.? (Special!?The annual county eh Tt roumc wa? hold |.t New London Academy, thin county, Ia*i week under the direction of Mies Eleanor Hubbard, county home demonstration agent. A?alating Mt?a Hubbard were Mis* EIlxabeth Jloseon. district home ileioun tratlon agent; Ml** By*" llod?dcn. State poultry npertallst; Mr* Harry Kucjuii leader of Ml Olivet (Tub. and Mill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

535 gtydRoanoke &WI i>-is cut? .&& ] VOL. 4Q..-Xo. 55. 12 PAOE8 TODAY ROANOKE, VA? 8ATURPAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 2, 1922 PRICE TBBBB 0 S NT 8 | [BONUS BILL TO PRESIDENT IN FEW DAYS Both Sides Claim Support of White House?Fight Expected Over Reclamation Section?Simmons Foreign Debt Plan Appears likely to Satisfy Conferees?Measure Gets Preference Over Tariff in Conference. V.lVI.Hn. B..t International Newsa8ervlce.) ?Tbe adjusted eou.pensaflon till, appropriating . * billion* for American World War veteran*, will go to tb* ? White Houae to meet the teat ! piealdentiai actlcn early next week, It era* 'declared today by congrw* lonal leaders. On the eve of the b'.U e considerI alien In conference, oo*u bona* advocates and It* opponent* were claiming prealdentlal support of tbelr causes. The advocates contended be would sign the bill be\ cause tbe Simmons amendment prov Tided a means of paying the oonua. while tbe opponent* still predicted a...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

I. P GIDEONS HERE ruKsiAitintt First Session of Convention [ This Afternoon?Will Have Speakers At Churches Tomorrow. . K*er-' , ^ Srorf of delegates fo the annual f run vent Ion of the Gideons of Virginia reached the city yesterday and today for the first meeting of the convention this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock In the assembly room of the V. M C. A. Telegrams were received from a number of delegates not yet arrived. Matin* the time at which they would be able to reach the convention. . A The state cabinet of Gideon* met ? at tbe Y. it. t*. A. thi* morning at ? |i? 30 and concluded plan* for the. . - convention for this yeur. The meeting* promise to be full or enthu* a?m and renewed Interest In the work of the organisation throughout thi? State. Speaker* will lie selected today to iio before the different con, . grvgatb'ti* at the church services to: morrow anu explain the purpoae of the Gideons?to place Hible* In every ** anest room In every hotel In the L'nlt<d stati and...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

1' fm ] y *' v :?iff' C ! CANDIDATES FOR HIGH TEAM Til GO IN TRAINING NOW Final Preparation* Beinf Undo For Oamp On Dr.* Hnfh Trout's Farm next Week. Cor the IMS iltuoki Hick football turn war* kuTthk #l?r?in|f,-n!*^!ne preparation* ?r A** tJLa,n'?? ???p ?WiT?iu be ? ,Dr: Hock Trout's farm >MS>7. ? WO W**k* to bo P2rn-_iBJto* of v? ? ??? "on Cubbase. h. X' I L* poo# two or three ?*? **n?P andjwm contribute a 'tT JL n^*r* ,?? tho pigskin snort avTdir n * Pi*y on well-known ?5 .i onV0< ih* OOttetrr. In addition 70"?ors of tho slick shlru and the dented brogues. "Doc'' Moore, "Bob" Williams and "Plic' Hobble will lend a little expert as* slstance to Head Coach L L. Davis. h^M?l"tw#. ?"4l<otss will don the ~m' . *?'? th# uu oport at the mi training cams and go through a two-weeks grind of conditioning. , The football squad will HMmBu In front of the T. M. C. A. building at ?:J0 A. M and hike to the aiwir that la located near Hotline. An advanc...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

K SOCIAL AN1 1 MM. J. W. SB IA/fW Wnur* 9 to 10 A. M 1 I I'M \ ITOBOt I I^B iraair.l';* ?.( \ ugiiKa. Ml dear old itUiriand , I'm dr?aji..ii? ?( Virginia. My own my iiaiiic land; m dreaming of her n uoUitl 4M of t><r "alow fair. M. O I Hi innelli <lie a mi log of My >V ,?i Virgin-a lilt' ;TMl Innate* for Virginia. ftfm >?{> are balmy, Milt; 7m lor.gh.x for Virginia Where heart!" are ??ee irae. In. longing for hrr Mjriahtna And 'for hrr rose* rare; Rot O I B inoally longing fof My YV < el \rgina L'arv! j 1 low Virginia'* Highlands. I !o?e her !< ? land luaadf, (X let her *;>otle"* tllere. 1 love hi r noble deeds. ^ 1. leva har Mjtrimer ?jr.beiitis, I |o\e her witit'ry air: t-But O I l-ve with all t'ly heart My Weal Vlrg.'rfa t?ar?! HKXftl FXlRTKSQClltK. Brilliant Hrre|i?lon at Terra Alfa.' Mill Mounfnla ! The *'t'.itnn nodal ee.ison opened i auspi i. ur.v Kriday n.ght with one of the Ur...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

DRAMATIC SCENES i WHENYOUNG DUPRE 1 PAYS THE PENALTY i I ' "Peachtree Bandit" HangetJ In Atlanta While Crowd ' Blocks Three Streets Atlanta, G*.. Sept. 1?Maintain- { Ing his stoicism to tha last and with a amtle on hla lips as tha black cap was adjusted preparatory to springing the trap under him, Frank B.' Dupre, 19-year old "Peacbtree bandit," paid tha death penalty at the Fulton County Jail * here today for the murder of lrby ? C. Walker, private detective, December 16, last. The trap was spring at 9:04 o'clock and sixteen minutes later the' youth was pronounced dead. The scenes attending the execution of Dupre were described by old Jail officials as the most dramatic ever witnessed by them. " Outside the Jail, the streets on three sides were blocked with persons eager to get a glimpse of the % proceedings. Even the tops of buildings nearby were occupied by *- men, women and children. Police reserves were called out to keep order. ' Inside the prison walls, Du, pre probably was m...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

m Iwix iffel Roanoke World-News ! ROANOKE. VA ^ PnbllaRtd L'vcrr P^r t*^Pt Suod*r [ TIMES WORLD COB1*0*ATION. [ Tip, ? Bjiu1iu*. Rouolu. V?. * JfNUS 1' HJKUCRK. IfctUof. Mrmbrr* of Aa*?n?r N(?n.il?r IN.Hi*b*ra' Aapooioilop Sewltxrc S. ?*pp.*t PuKtplttrs' AmnUUoi The Aa?ociat?<J Prepp Ami I Buirau of CucuUtlop "Tu? a?YY7Y prr?* it rpcluaitpljr eo title! |o lb* lh for rrpuMlcoUue of oil W<r> neJIUd lo It or ool Mktriio rmiluc lo till* p?pr* U<l ojoo um iocoi no* publioixd bcrrlo fXAOl'.N ICI'KKSBKTATIVB Frolic? A Bam, Die- New Hurt pad Cblcopc Kntcr.-d *i Pctofft.^ *1 Bi?nok*. Virginia Sc ^cd Clio* Mail Matter "" RATi.5 IN ADYARCE 11 reoiM t?*r ?r*n lurobW to corner, fit-4 i?r jcar poabc pt tbe office, ur MAIL . D*l!.i . o?P *?T MAC Dp. >. ?ix m'in;ti* fU.SC Do r. Ib.-rr mi'iiibi JI M Dailr. or e $0 .">0 YkT5PHONES During tbe Da" AH Call* ?1?C Al Nl?ht 6 3. I' M tc t Ml A 41 lu'inrti OB Ice 314S Hit orul Depart raent .M...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

. r4 # # 0 SLEMP TO ASSIST NIHTHOAHPWGN Congressman Suspends Washington Operations To Work In The District sIT fiWMM V. MA1NINU. Wwhlncton, D. a. 8?pc 1.?OnVmrat* C, ItK-om M?ikb ?i? <" peno ft good ?Wt of (lie time be wmi now and election day In llo> veaber In Uia Ninth District feel** don. to aaocaed him In tho House. ^ Ho loft .aat night for tho Hindi , DUtrict to moot wTtta tho Republican leaders- Hla offlco at tbo Capitol mill bo cloood moat of tbo time from - bow until November a. Mloa Miliar. Bales, bio secretary alnco Louts Howard, of "Lee County, resigned about nlna months ace to . toko aa Important pooltioa In" tbo Internal Rovonuo foroo. ftloo loft" Washington taat night for Mr. llaaalngor'a headquarters at Abingdon. Mall for Mr Stomp addressed lo,Ui* Capitol will ao forwardod to Abingdon. whero Mlaa Boles and tbo Congroooman will give It attention. Mr. blemp will bo In Bristol neat Tuooday. September I. to moot eev- i oral of tbo Ninth District Repu...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

BPr" 1 1 EIGHT, r GIANTS USE FIVE I HUMS IN VAIN W Dodgcps Take Third Straight Ramp?Huh*; Cut Dnwn trettlnt: thi I ??T?i4- run*. two of which u? r?- mmi)' hi ,tli firM r,.im?, i bringing hi* * i? * t? t : I lo 12. r i*h afnioh* hi?" clr- J v u 11 d r i \ r * l Si-rrr. fift ..<<>. It II K j I'illaLun:It . ":'t ? II lfi <* . ft Lou In J"?l 1 <->t lt"? ? I S 1 Morri?t?n :,r.<l huak, Ivr-. Ili j, K.irfoi t and <'IftiioiiM. Si'.tf. Kri'i.fid yarn'* I! II K. I'iitahuruh "? > i :.* in.(? ?a y ; St Lout* i.'-u ?!" 2 I \ ? II III I t'oi-.j., r. '".ir'fiti Y i'IIi .? h .rse anil SfhTTii.lt. S?*I . I'fi ff'.r and Airiaintlh. HYDE WINS THREE OUT ' FIVE CIRCUIT RACES ?U?* S? i.t 1- The for- I mT New trans* r. Kr?a?t II ; H>de u h? ^ udquart* r* f?r? now Ht (foyhen. N Y . u a * the enter ??f MttrmtJon on th? tio*nii( day of the Kiand circuit !,? ? *. winning three of the hve on the progra...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

Mm BUS IN GERMANY HAS COPIEDAMERICA "Bobber Meok Wafons" Hu Become Standard Teuton Word and President BbertfsHome Is Called White House. , orrnn. Aa|1UI ll.-flly Mm I! ) ? "Rubber-neck >rt(OD" M> become a itintard U?rm?n word and il(hi?c Ing tour# about Berlin are supplied with ajl American trimming*. "This la ths flrrmin While House. Iba horns of President Chert." ths conductors announce as they pass along Wllhslm Street. when the lourlns cars cross the brides - over ths Mpres, In slsht of tbi-lock which regulates ths height of water In the highly-canalised tream. the conductors shout> "It's luat Ilka ths locks on tha Panama Canal, fut not quite so his." late# dsa Linden liner Pines. Vnter den Linden la new busier than tha avenues of Coney Island on i brleht day. and half of tha pedestrians are speak Inn English. Tha .ourlnn cars all start from Cater den Linden. Kvsry two hours n flotilla >f autobuses moves out of the famous roulevard loa...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

t ' TIMES AND I I THE F . I n nui n vnvc It \7IIU1' llkUVTO C?*? ' -d n<iT?Tti?inr rate# 7e a llna % * ccuistina ?' word* to tb? Una. r> ! >? "liwiflrd Mo per Inch, i A:: r adrcrtlalnt atrlctly c.i* . :t adrauce ?:? *i c??!? rate* to lone-term ad?ort.# ? m application. Cut mutt accompany all out o! to<? * ord' ri itioot cot permitted. > j cut# or heavy black-faced type tcrmitl<U All advertiwjnrnte mmt reach the bu*?nr?? cEi t t-> S 30 p. m. for rut.i iner. teat moraine; Saturday* t? b p tn | ttlONE 3142. I I f A THOrnHT FOR TODAY It ?. old lie htrfitanlv Int. \ rossilde for a salesman to see 25.000 people personal I v m or.o day. The CLASSIFIED SALESMAN CAN IK* IT. And does it every day is the week, rain or sh.ro. Holidays included. V AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE?COC-T Spaserngrr ear. la good uoC.t.co. st Laxgaln Til W Salem .> r, pa..c? T-ywux PtiTU -- re* SALE AT A' BARGAIN?Light Over *' '.sol Cad tw t...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

- ; ' ' iaeaat i 1 = i Market and Fi I RY. Stock Lirt I ??? AT3 cfcJ^'Vwi'w. JJ Open. ClonaJ All lad Cham. * Djra ... IIH ??? Am "Beet Sugar ' .. Am Ca? UU 43% Am Cat* and Ttoy. ... 147% 134 Am Mtda A U p(d ... 73 73 IS C&SR ... >u% Am L.lneaed * .. Am & A Iteflnln* .... 44% ? Am Sugar 34% JJ HAm Sumatra Toll. ..... 37% 37* Am Tal. A Tel. 137% 133% iSJ?VWi":::r 8$ U5 Atchlaon 144% 1*? Atlantic Coaat Una ... 111% HI* AU. Alutf A W. I. ... .. Baldwin LocemotUe ..,13* lSJlb Baltimore A Ohio .... 33% MS Bath. Steal "B" 7714 77% Calif. Petroleum 43% 44% Canadian Pacing 143 141%, Central Leather 41% J' Chandler Motore 43% 41% Cheaapeahe A Ohio ... 74% 744 Chile Copper .33% 33J Chicago. Mil. A Bt. P. ' 33% 33% Chicago. R. I. A Pac. 41 47% -i?-?Columbia Oraph 3% 31 Coca Cola 74% 74 Columbia daa A Clec. 104 144% Corn Produate ?. . ; Con ?ol Ida ted Uas 137% 137 Crucible Bteel H Coeden Oil 43% 44 J Cuba Cane Sugar .... W% l?V Davison Chemical .... 33% Ml Eri...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 September 1922

Hp * EfAN'S WEEK reaching the By William Je Teaching the Law of God? (Nehrmlth 8:1 A tK* nAAnU ?afHe?r*k<4 (Hem street that was before the water gate; '''^?-brlng tha book of the law of Mose Mil And Ezra the priest brought the man and women, and all that could drat day of the aeventh month. And he read therein before the *1 from the morning until midday, befori that could understand; and the eara c the book of the law. And Ezra opened the book In the hove all tha people;) and when he o] And Ezra bleaaed the Lord. the Wared. Amen, Amen, with lifting up heads. and worehlped the Lord with t 80 they read in the book In tha MM*, and caused them to understand And Nehemtah. which la the Tlrsh and the Levttes that taught the peopl ia holy unto the Lord your God; moui wept, when they heard tha wordi of t * Then be said unto them. Oo your ad send portions unto them for who la holy unto our Lord, neither be ye a airangth. 80 the l^rltes stilled all the peo; day is loly; neither be y...

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

i=SS gjjt Roanoke Wottt-Xeuts ifi1 VOL. 40.?No. 56. 8 0 PAGES TODAY BOANOKE, VA., M O N 1) A Y AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBEK4, 19<2 2. - ' PB1CETUBKH CENTS* ?g=l " r | ; .1. I I T I .. .11 . .. ?, :? 1 i?: RESENTMENT OF LABOR IS STILL ACUTE v%-r ' Unions In Many Sections Col fating Funds to Aid Shopmen?Foster and Former Senator Address Chicago Rally?Pettigrew Criticizes Lawyers In Congress?Boston Union Asks Harding to Take Over Railroads. ? Chicago, Sept. 4.?(By the Associated Press)?The dawn of Labor Day and the sUty-slsth day of the * railway . shopmen's strike found Untied States marshals mobollsed to chiviw ?uv |u*fiauvui m nriRv m* Junction nnd prepared to keep close watch on labor demonatraL tlona throughout the country. In Chicago union landers eald no program had been made (or observance ot the hpilday. Arrival of the annual holiday ^ brought with It new acts of violence and further expressions ot bitter resentment on the part ot the labor leaders against the federal injun...

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

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Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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