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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

VOL. 40.?No. 116. S8 o FAQE8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 18, 192 2. PRIOR T B R KB C B N TR* PEACE MEET DELAYED AT LEAST WEEK Turks Arrive At Lausanne to Be Informed of Postpone ment?Ismet Pasha and Party May Go to ParisDelegation Confident In Its l New National Power, Sees Discord Among Allies. . Uumqd?, Nov. 13.? (Br The Ask soclated Press.)?The arrival at Lausanne last night of Ismet Pasha with a party of eighteen Turks, all .* wearing tall Astrakhan caps and fur overcoats, gave the Near East1 era conference the first touch of actualitr. Until Ismet left tye train with the entire party and went to the Palace Hotel, Lausanne was still skeptical about the con. ference, as there were rumors that the Turkish general would go on to Paris at the invitation of the French. The French consul announced that the conference would not open L today, the original date fixed, and k.t A-.- k.J ?-? wwuvu M'/ u? I'J ua?| uccu absolutely settled upon. November 20, however, is...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

CHRIST CHURCH HOLDING GROUP 1 . CONFERENCES Has Organization Similar to i That of the General Church. Meetings Tonight. . Throughout IV Ki ' T'al Church In the I'nlted ihpeople are [ ?!o?iri|r up the work I th- lr i.nlum - And piautiii t f"r m \i v .?r The National Council of tin Kp:*? opal CkVrch, hit* tssu'-l m .|::;inlilv of 'literature. wM. Ii - ficot i-i t u.k to til# various li.in. s. s who In turn distribute It In thr I'.iri'li.s an<l they to the indi vidua - Kurtbpr It I# rec.nnm. tel. d .11 i tiro : clw ut the church the people he < allf-d together In smsi'l groups f >r confer-, ''tact, study ami consideration of the r, wor* abroad atui at linir-:. It Is the 1m?i which is occupying the attention < ; t!.? -I.t r ami people at Christ Church T.'-.rt I'.irish lnts_ an organisation. si-uiia-r t - -the fl? nb eral Chureh.- > ailed the Hector art! I-Council. The t'uu'-i -I is composed of the vrstry and fifty oilier-, whose I f...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

. . ' - ' ' ' ) uVjf ' ; ' .^ems^ts-jg a. -i m WILSON'S'STAND, I CAUSES ANXIETY AMQNBIEADERS Belief Xzpressed That Party Does Hot Want to Go to Polls Again On League. > ______ (Bf 6mg* It. Holme* > Wuhlnfton*. Nov. II.*-(By the In( rnitlenal Niwi Service) ?Woodrow Wllaon'e btllet that the Lttiu of Nations la net yet a- dead taaua ao far aa the United Statea la concern* ed and hla plain Inference^ In the apeech of Saturday that It will likely crop up a* one of the major laanea ef 1?I?, oauaed a profound atlr to* ' day In Democratic political clrclea In the Capital. Democrata of every abade of opinion were studying the utterances of tfcs former rreaidewt tudajr. seeking to divine. It poatble, hla futura political plans. Yet notwithstanding the wrasepreau mtirMt tn the ipncb there were few Democrat! who caret! to comment on It today, even privately. It can be elated, however, that to the rank and llle of Democratic leadera In Washington the proepecta of lighting t...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

^ * Jfon-R ' . fiOLLEGE OFFICERS START AN AnACK ! ?N BETS ON GAMES I Michigan University Heads f | Declare It Is a Vicious Fight f On Athletics?Shatters Student Morals. K Ann Arbor. Mich. X >v. 13 ? (Hy I International N? ? S>rvu-i ) ?1>?'I itouncliiK bitting bv MmUnls on 1 Football ft* it \ icit>u? attack | >n Intercollegiate athletics. Mic higan j University authorities have started :? I bruaade to stamp cut the practice. In 1 ?t at cm en is Issued to the prr^s both < President Marion Ht.rton and Kleld Til* ti. Voat. d.r.ov l. r of iliteroollejcJbte klhlrtio, MVtr<ly critlvlxi-tl the VII. "There I* no on *;on for ?1larin\?Vns the moral* of Letting It i? an lWlttelT.pt to get Something for Itutfliwig and In the luhg run the world ih jnot made up th.it way." said I real^Vfapt liurlott. There la oeea*lon fur. teointlng nut from an intensely prari weal poln< of view that Petting la ^shortsighted at...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

PS**?'"- ' IIUI"" KITCHIN EXPECTS I TO LEAD HOUSE V / t x Carolina Leader Thinks Democrats Will Organise Lower .urancn in Hew congress. Ralelnfi. N. C;. Nov. <Br the , Associated Press.)?Clauds KHchln. Congressman from the second North Carolina district and floor leader or , the Democrats In the Ilouae of Representatives, will return to Washington during the cominjr speelal session confldent that the Demperats will be able to organise the House and that he wilt succeed Bpeaker E. K. Olllett In the Hlity-elghth Con.Kress, according to an Interview nlven to a staff correspondent of The News and Observer published this morning. Conareaatnan Kltchln. who' has been til at hia home in Scotland Neck for the past year, ta rapidly regaining hia strength, and aspects a Ka Irs U'tintilnudee fe. Ska AtsAti. in* of the special session. and to resume hla place as minority leader during the session. Representative John OariH-r oTTexu, now vlcc-tloor leader, will probably be named to [ s...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

Ir " 5?IX The Roanoke World-News BT . [I* "" Eetabu.hMl IM89 Roa nokk VA Vtib labed Etrri U <t Etc I I Sued aj - Br ? TIMES WOKtXl UIKfOtlATION. Tiipea MwRdtejj OotiinM. Va JUHU'g P riSHirrHN E^nnr M up Sera of jj ACMVIlin Ktwiyiiifr Pu6U?f.er? Aaaoclation Southern Newspaper fubilsbers Association The Aa?ocialed Picas ,, Aa<f t Bureau of Ctmttalloa M Tha AasoctatrV lfe?# is -iclosi'ely en ' tltleo to (be um f"f republication of aJl I? M*i dispatches cie-llteo to tt or not otherwise cr?<Dt?-0 la thlr psper had elan k th< tonal osw* published brrcla roREitiN kkT'KBStM ATI V E , Fralick A bites Inc Seta 1 <>r? and Chirefo ? Catered at HostoBl.a at Knsrtt'M Virrtnla * ?? Second Class M<n Matter I rates " in a r t a Sea 13 cent* t?r wee* piyabe to carrier . m:4 Off yr?r pais!- e ?t 111* office BV MAIL Daily. on* year 96 00 bally. *ta tounta* 9- .-O Dally, three aiot'.bt 91 NO Dally, one ison'.b 90 NO TEI.El'HO.N...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

gapp Feeling Trii Woodro Praised ? <?r TW AHMlaltl PT?M) -I. Wublnston. Not. 11 Woodrow If Wilson told a host of friends and admirer* who mads an . Armistice Day visit to bis home here today that world peace could be brought ... abont only by "dctlVe co-operation Tor justice" and "not by amiable phrases." America always has tood for Jostled, he declared, adding thatnbe "pony persons" now standing In the way would find presently that "their weakness Is no match for the strength of a moving providence. - The appearance of Mr. Wilson, who was assisted to the portico by a negro servant, wan the signal for prolonged cheers from the crowd that packed the street and overflowed on nearby lawns and a vacant field. The war-time Presl. dent responded with a smile and a I raising of his conventional silk hat. Mrs. Wilson did not accompany him, but as she appeared to assist him back in doors at the conclusion of his address, ahe, .too, received . an oration. Sasllea Over Klfrllu Mr. W...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

?m ff SOCIAL AN[ MRS. J. W SH I Office Hours: 0 to 10 A. M Phi The Hill, of Urmiiff. Bowancc Hill* . r ?!. r tii-iight. S. I'roruptltiK rr> <J-.arns 1!...! u*?-d * to be. I know you'nre valtlnfr W< still tonlicht * ?'By lbs I'tilka Kaniir ?f Tonne??Ve Th? blink Ihk st.u s ,t:i eMlle*. n;<?ce. The bread Kioi/i.l'clil ar.u siivory gleAm*. ? Tonl(rht nittej your wlrd-svept face. And fold you a thousand dreams. Your far outlines. Too seen than frit. Which w ind v. h kill ptuiirr gilks. In moonlight ilr(<iT.? I s<v y.'.u nrfftr Away In vague Ir.nunslt Irs. And. far nway. I stilt can feel Your mystery that ever speaks Of vanished thli irs. as badows steal Across your brenst and rugged peaks. O' dear blue bills, that lie apart. And wait so patiently down there. Your peace takes hold upon my heart .ynd makes i's burden less to bear. I ?Ciortje Marlon McGleltan. Armistice Dance at ( nsnlrr cluH. The Armistice dance at the I'uu...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

. r * . . \ J *'* ." ' ' f MCADOO SAYS PAY BONUS WITH TARIFF ~~ Beneficiaries of Present Law 8honld Bear It?Sharp Criticism of Bonns Enemies. ' . Pullertoa, CaL. Nov. IS.?(Br the Associated Preee.)?Payment of adimted compensation to former sol lers and sailors at the expeuae of lian ft n ! * a# ? b?r tariff bill w?i urtfd In" an Armt tlc# Day t idrese here by William. O. McAdoo, former aecrelary of the Treasury. Assailing thoaa who hava fought tha soldier bonus on tba ground that it would be a burden upon the country, Mr. MoAdoo, declared It waa "sneer hypoorlcy" to say that the nation cannot bear tbla relatively Insignificant burden when great subsidies are granted to private interests at tba expense of the people and for puvoiai which canont be successfully h.tpndtd. . "The Fords y-McCumber tariff bill was recently passed by Congress and approved by the President. It Is estimated that the trusts, monopolies, combinations Iq restraint of l trade and other beneficiaries ? this measu...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

Sty? diui ' (Published I Mur AuwiiM pWBUJAM t'AttKER. Commerce Class 01 nm 1 onown mrougn ?The Post Office "Teaching the young mind to pot" ,* #? trltd from a new intlr Wl morning. when about thirty pujt? In the i.B claae at lh? Commerce Irttt school war* taken on a tour I Iniptctiua through the Post Of e by Poetraaster Kill* The trip a madr to the great delight of the unt?t?r?, who wore much Intereat4 In following the progress of a Itl'r from Its rwrptlan at the 1'oat dfice to Ua final deposit In the propfoetgolng pouch. The sew wrinkle tn the old game ( "J'oal Office"?for It < > a game Or the klddlee?ta vone of acveral Bheinea which the postmaster has in kind f<a" preparing the public to* the rlstmaa moiling rush. The chllteen were ah own how the automatic tamping machine wa>rka and were f a card below the standard else, r an envelope confining a haiwldrchlef or Other budging niorcbankae. were placed In hla machlue. be machine Mould have...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

1 v ' I # ,* WOULD ABOLISH SENMY RULE mMl ImUr Vrg ? *?pr? ent*iiv? Bo47 At lUertng omin^ 4?worata Quiat. SSShiS^^Sr 3* m3TO3KSS OUS service thereon. Is suggested by la>itof HcCormlck, of Illinois, cnair ' tka Republican Senatorial Co rim laden. In a Utter to Senator . 1 Republican leader made public yesterday. ~s;-^AiS5s&4f?S'^y of Kansas. assistant Republican leader. and others. Stall a a that seniority rule served very well In the old days" and has ? a?m Iny committee owe it to the Country IO J>ui Miian m? rule. jutt too conference uwib It to U? country to i.inWn provision# foe the detection of I W8S' ?srsasi^^arSm til M rn?!ru wUb Ik# MBUlttM of XUf Notice tlrttly hai oome from'BraI flora of tlM "Irregular" Republican , (roup that they Inter<1 to flcbt tho k daalority rolo and demand what they WIHldei the adequate committee Ml(pMtatlo*. (ft (kkl la expo t-d to ftar about two air three Important *J?airmanehlpa Th Democrats bare afcown ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

BtL ****?**? _ FLIERS HAVE BAD" P i DAY ON VIRGINIA COAST;TWO KILLED Chevalier, Fajnous Naval Ace, May Die?Plane Bringing Wife to Side, Crashes. Norfolk. V?. Nov. 13?(Hy The As oclated I' rtse.)?Lieutenant Com-I Mander Qodfrev De t'ourcelle Chevalier, senior flight offloer of the navel airplane Tender Langley. is In the Portsmouth naval hospital, suffering from Internal Injuries, and W. A. Paxton. a professional filer. Is dead as a result of two plana accidents In this vicinity Yesterday. Che-valler P, la expected to die. Mrs. Chevalier, wife of the lnlured naval of fleer, flouted in the third -accident of the day when the plane In which ih* was rushing from Washington her husbands bedside was farced to land in the Chesapeake bay. One of the wings of the flying Machine was torn off by the waves. All members of the party are reported to have been ' rescued, uninjured from the crippled plane by naval lannches. Lieutenant Commander Chevalier, on hi* way from the naval base to the I". S...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

I v. _ READY TO REDEEM ~ VI MS War Savings Certificates Payable January 1st Will Total 8ix Hundred Million. Wiihlnftea, Nov. ll.?(By tho AsPreea.)?Arrangements .for kandllng f?X5.000.00? of war savings certificates of 1911 which mature linoiry 1,. wore announced tonight by Secretary Mellon, who said tney > were In th? handa of million* of holders. "Kor tholr convenience." the etatenient said, "tha Traaaury ta offering apodal facllltlea for oaah redemption of exchange Into Trmeury navInga certificate of the aerloa of 1111, Including provlelona fur presentsUon before January 1, 1923." I .The proposed exchange la part of tha treasury's program for funding tha abort datad debt, of which about 11.009.000.090 ramaina to be funded by tha and of tha present fiscal year. "Beginning November II. 19X1." Mr. > Mellon explained, "holders of 111! war savings eertlflcntea can oxchange them at maturity value for treasury saving* certificates dated January 1. 1913. and at tha s...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

XIWRTBEK UJS. Has Reliable 'Quake Detector Ce?rg?t?nii (ii?r Prompt Nc?? of ' ( klirnn ])laa>trr ?lili Ar|,** ' ^carait- I.ocatlou Washington, Nov. ]'?tUy the A?Collated Pr?y* ? ? The iii?i>iri'us In t'hllo which ruUMil the ahvlcaitt jtn) j.,r- r..?. accordla* to r*portV^i,-iti that country, jrfem* to have rnVr.'lv *uh*i<I-<l. PI 'factor Kranrts A.it" Georgetown I'niver.-it y" i-Twuiofnp cal Observatory. who < lr'y SgAurilay morning gave Americans tl < lr first Indication thai a heavy earthquake hud occurred And I.. ted 11 very closely, said no vibrations hail been recorded yesterdn >' utnl that tin shocks of the c'hliran quake ceased About 5 a. ?n. Saturday. ThA-first indications of th- si i < re earthquake %er? recorded on the Georgetown seismographs at II 45 Kriday night. Th? shocks reached their maximum Intensity shortly after midnight, between 12:06 and II.Ju a. m.. continuing heavy until ab...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

# { ' ' ' r AliEGED BEIWil NOW UNDER ARREST Principal of Alberene High School Is Found by the Police in St. Louis: ChartettoTllU. Nor. 11?#. William Taylor, prl ncli>?i of lha Albor oa HI ah School In Boutha rn Alb?marla who la charred with ? ?!** a 16-year-old school girl, has been taken Into custody In St. Louis. A general request was made to the police throughout the country for Taylor's arrest. After It was learned some three weeks ago that he was charged with a serious felony. A clue that he hf?<l headed West was discovered In the faet that a letter written by him had been mailed on tag train near Ashland. Ky.. this wsek Sheriff J. Mason Smith, got a reliable tip -that-Taylor was In 'dinar In It Louis snd It Is no doubt due to this fact his srrest was brought about. This afternoon n wire came from Chief of Police Martin Orblne, of St. I.ouln, imparting the Information that * Taylor-was under arreet and-that the k latter had expressed his willingness to com...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

Hfpjwwui : High Scorir i Not Alwa\ InFootl " ' Atlanta. IS.?(Hy tha Aaa-x-iat-.l ] rr?t >- That ablTlty 125* to run >'p It.th ?oorrs on opponent# k iloe# not ii|i\ ,i\? ilvtottnlne success on l?. _ the irrhltro't # shown hy > imparlson B*/ -Of t tie re< .Ifila-ot the Southt?. ?m foothiill tennis a cheek of the total acort? of the five team# that naro rt"t vet lost m a LMXie rivai shows that only two of them. Auburn ?f-'- anil I'ctiinv rank within tli" first five hlfth-r.coriiig elevens of their sec1 lions. Anliurn trail' the Smith and ranks high In i'jv nation. according to tabuhvtions to <lat with a total of points to 31 for If opponents in p" clcht Kami*, and iVntre is second Willi ro 47 tn the same number of contests. 0..orgia Tech. North Ca?olin v I tnvi i jitv atul Vanderbllt, the other Ihtee major ilrvrtn which have >?-t to |i a same that would aftcv? Iht.r standing in the }?outh, are outranked it. total scores ...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

" V'-* "v WRa ft* ' ?*' ' WAA r- / *.- * . 1 7^ ""r~1 WORLD NEWS Claaethed adrcrliatnr nlrt 7t ll?r ' cowl in* wwrde l* lb* boa v Utrpiay HaaalOad Me pet ln?h y': .All ctaaothed adrrrtirina rtnnit oeb. ,la advance Special eaeb rataa to tonf-tarw ad ttftipri K) application Cask auat aaaMMsi ail oot ol ? town order* - MladlaiiH " nut permitted *? euta ar !???? black-faced ut>? uAwuied Alt ?'i'?ftlndaad moat reach I be nutludaa office far *:*0 p at tot uublltatloo neat aaaralac; Satufdei' i y If a rauim tics AUTUMillULIi , *? 7*X*T K BE?~ hot in ii*? ciir -M food Him in a Mr. mc Powell at flTl MO * .?>? Oarrlca Ca.. 610 KWomAIm! ' ? W, 0300 . 0*H CBJIVAOiUBT VPA&SKJMUi CAMr^ JTJT2?' ,or mW Oo<xl coodllUm. PBcoa flll-W. , 6m r?iS **'* ?,utf 6-p?aruntr Ford 'and Ulnar UatnaM. Win lake truck an part Pwrmal 6Q3 3rd 3. K. 0611 L ^ OAUfr?Or hire, two "'ton UarfurO truck. automatic dump. Will taka a tool ?>??"' Call 1074-B. 05;? MJ.I?Ikx...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

* ' N I I EIGHTEEN BUSINESS REVIEW SHOWS-NO LET UF Co&l Situation Fast Reaching Normal. Metal Industry Neanng 100 Per Cent. . New York N? v. in ? - % |lv tlv " A f'-' riat^i] ?<'<>r.:ini..?ti 11 xh* persistent i\i"ni Tit n Industrial y- condition in indicated I v t!:c various busln? ss ami i-- i; :rul.which [-.? became u v wJ 1 a hi i' the las'. #fik. laoadings of tatlt ail cars with rev* fnue show further gains both in coal and trni ral mi r. handisc. Th" total's loadings far th< mcK finlnl October ; \ amounted to l nii.tmu car*, whiih is only s tV?i fcars lass than |iadlni;s In the we>k ended October 15. 1 S JO, when the high record for n11 time wa? net. Soft coal jiroductii n hu* been rstabll hod at a lev* I of approximately 10."00.htm tons .? week ni: I the whole fuel situation dn growing distinctly easier. Sto< ks arc returning to something like normal . proportions and trie schedule uf shipments t" t...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

' Market and F STOCK MARKET STILL UNSETTLED * Adequate Explanation For Condition Hard to Find? Foreign Bonds Break. l?r llMrl P. Weal. (By Special Leased Wire to The RotnoU World-Newa.) Wall Street. New York, Nor. II.? It waa again very hard to And an adequate explanation in outalde con* dltiona for the unsettled condition of today*a atock market. The one disturbing occurrence waa the further aharp break In French and Belalan government bonds. It waa anticipated that the weakneaa In these govsnmsnt securities waa not a true- measure of feeling in international banking qunrtera by the faot that tha farelaw eaehaagsa were not affected. French exchange went off a bit at the start and mo did Belgian. hut aubatantlally rallied, liter? ling waa steady while the remarkable advance In Italian lira continued. completing a rlae of nearly a cent from tha low of October la. lux before the Italian political overturn. For speculative Wall Street to preI tend extreme concern over the European fina...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 November 1922

Kj'? VWEN'TY HP SEVERE ON I CHURCH ENEMIES Baltimore Prelate Criticises Divorce Evil, Masons, Ku Xlux and School Law. Eft Baltimore. Nor. 1"?? l>y Tb* A* >? Arrht'ishoo Mlcl at'l 05 J. Corley. Id .? >?rmon. severely ccndi mneii | V o "divorce evil." k the public n-hon! Mil adopted in <>roKwn at la.st ele ?! i?. ;? <t She Scottish Kite Manor* and t1 K>i K'lnx Klan ?- for support he stitJ th y lad jrlven tht* measure. The chief points in t he "archbishop's ermon were. "America Is hecomlnir Mormon. 1 think 1 would .have ttiore respect for the Mormon who marries, keeps and J supports four wives at ore tinto than the man w bo marries women In tand?>in fiiihliii. ili kt mi ! iiil* I tirrn imp ? after Mother. "No l'rotcstant church has hail the courage to stand by the teaching of Jesus Chrtst that "what IJod hath Joined together Jet no man put asunder'. > ""America. I think, has one of the mo...

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