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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

r2s tpjeRoanoke ISfofld-jNettig '2^1 I VOL. 40?No. 117. ttt PAOB8 TODAY R 0 A N O K E. ' VIE G1N IA'. T U E S p A Y A F T E R N O O W, W 0_V E M B E B 1 ^ 1? 2 2. , 1 P B I <: B T U KB | LABOR'S VOTE BIG FACTOR IK BRITISHFIGHl O 1! A II. A_ r> ocniimeni nara 10 uauge n Parliamentary Voting To morrow?Observers Onh Half Hearted In Any Fore cast?Believed Bonar Lav Will Be Returned to Com mons?Women Will Vot< Heavily. London, Nov. 14.?(By The As soclated Press.)?The last word In Great Britain's- election cam palgn will be spoken tonight. Th. electorate will go to the polle to ' morrow and pick a Parliament fron the 1,386 candidates seeking peat In the -House of Commons. In 373 constituencies the flgh will be a duel between candidate) I of tbe two parties. In 242 othe ^ constituencies tho battle is com plicated by the presence of tbre< or more contestants. The wisest political Seers are on certain as to what the seneral re suit will be. Home ne...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

^Hr^: I ffv I ' . I liCHEVAUER DIES" l;'!| : FROM NINE I ; JgFamous American Flier In I-. % jttred In Clash Sunday? I Was Widely Known. ^E.'. jl Norfolk, Va , N <-. 1 * -J.y the Af SSOclkttd (Vrsa I - !.:< utr .tit m H Rn IlUBdtr Godfrey I'*' ' 1'- t'lirvnPlir, who K'o injurt il Su* mi rnwhen tlit* ptime in ?L.ii' ) * was Storoo??dl;iK i" ti-r I'tiii.t* .itrrifi K AUnilty cr.iili.il > > *:tnn SLothavrn lira* > : - rt tlill ^Kl .RjhornlnB nt the N..\ 1 il p.t.ti r khI*ort?m"Ulti ^BR*' M The dlshFti-r in ?1. h li** n et hit ^K| MFath occurri il ?.*.> n In* w i/. .li re. >1 H J i cnKifit* ir?.ul.ii* t* in.ik. i liiti'lilK _#WhielF of the plane Ftru -k .t p11? > i Ka and In nliglitii..; ?n i 11- in... l~.tti. ^ turned -o r:. inini.nn ill* TTiiir ! * H f fieath the w : i-.i. .it i 11?- wait lakii; Id *>tg Navel I: ui|*.:al ,*. I'i rt^n.otuli HI JSvhete hi* injnrni were at tirst LI phoueht t...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

. FEMALE TREND IS MUG TO. THEME IDEA British Writer Says Dearth of Husbands Taking Edge Off ' of Ultra-Modernity. Br DarM M. Ckartk. (International Ntvi Service Staff Correspondent.) London, Nov. 14.-?Aha! Man ta Setting woman?unruljr. Independent, modern woman?under hla thumb! The gar young lata who haa flimntod the mannera of her dear ?;d 'grannie" la calling a halt to her unwira march for trHdom, and all I because there are too f?w men to I go around. I VIM* Urtbble a L??lir. I Just bacauaa there ara too taw man. I woman ara striving to modal thetn| selves attar tha fashion that man m. admtee. and man don't admIra "too I ' indapcndant" woman?at laaat tbey ' doMt admIra tham sufficiently to warrant a ventura on tba matrimonial aaaa with tham. Francis Grtbhla. notad British wtltar. Is tha Christopher Columbus of femininity who has tracked down these tacts. "Woman tend to become tor. at any rate, to appear) what they tlnd ' men Ilka tham to be." dribble ays "Few woman ara really sat...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

ME INVETERATE ' SMOKERS OF PIPES k - . ? XBmithsonian Institution Finds V Proof in Ruins of Mesa S Verde ? Paradise For Archaeologists Found. T?r me rue o! amoams mey were Bhroun Into the shrine the ruin* wore ^?1><1 on thl* account the ripe Shrlno -MdiI'i few feet *outh of the building. '^Whlch we* not a habitation, but Specialized for ceremonial*, there l? square roont or shrine dedicated to the mountain lion, i\ stone Image Of which vii found surrounded by sealer worn and other strangely formed stonee. "The cemeteries of the puebloe of the Men Verde are situated near the aoutheavt corner, and while the' horlale In them hare ns a rule been removed, by vandals, aeverul Interment* were found In the cemetery near the 1'ipe Hhrlne Houac. LIQUOR SENTIMENT IN CONGRESS IS YET AN - UNCERTAIN QUANTITY . (Continued from I'oge One.) fTt frankly- admit that there l? a doubt as to the meaning of Nebraska's vote though they claim the Slate is dry. which undoubtedly It Is. ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

f HIGHWAY BOARD CMS SCHEME " r ,1 I Re-Organization of Departments Approved by Members of State Commission LJCADIlin niTPd ?nr nr* Mknninu UHlCd Hnt dCI Route Between Orange and Cnlpepper Definitely Settled "at Regular Meeting . By CARTKIt W. WOHMKLEV Richmond. Nov 13.?The r?-or??nIratlon of the Virginia Htnt? Highway Department, effeotlve December V *aii approved by the State II'f*?way Comm'aalon at their meeting Friday In Richmond. The re-organlaatton plan, on which the Camnsla ien has been working since tney eaaie Into office provides foe a rearrangement of the Department and " la the result of a most careful study of all conditions Incident I# the big Job of building roads In the State and how they may he met In the most economical and efficient manner. Read Hearing Date The State Highway Commission st the same time act the date of the hearing as to the routing of the conV lection between West Point and Itlchmond for December 18 at West Point. At this hearing tha Commission will...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

The Roanoke World-News I ' BMat>!t?r>?<] 18MJ I HE _ KUANOIkt V A I 8i?r? L>j> gxcert Suoday I TIM Its WORLD CORPORATION. I fU?a iuiatoi Roatiokr. V i lowrua p nauHURS. Editor. HMt?n of [ BWrleiO XlrnpAprr Fubilatrra Aaaoelatlc BWwtlW Me?et>ai>er PuhiiaherV Aaaoclallc ThO AworltlM Htr?i JL - Antil Burttu of Clrajittlct X- Tha Aaaocuin! ITrrt t* ricfuaO'Cly ei <W"1 to tbe uh fur rruuDlleanoo of ? * dwpatchre erertiu-o to u or tx ^Hkmrto entitled to tbta (UNf and All BW** tocat now uubiiabeo Derrie Ml ' OWIEEIGN KEHKKS^N I ATI I t , gytlirt A Ha ire inc. .Nrv? Tnra aid Cbtcat B*tla?rrd <1 I'oetotllce at Roanoke. Virflol J>' aaSeooflti Claaa Mall Matter I RATSS I.N APVANCK V, '13 croti per wee* p?y?hi? to c?rrl?r. |C, 9424 per rear parabie at the office I BT MAIL I C Jlilr. on# rear 15 t I H3h*iljr. #u moot ha f I three moult)* .91 i I Mil***!?- "be morti a 40 ' I TELffl'IlOSES...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

I I ?j? 3lut I (Published b; I t.O,lcr iMlMlDt I WILUAM I'AIUtZK. LUJT I Prospects For I Strong Literary L ' Team Are Good I 4 " j t?r o. c. p.> All thine* point to Koanok* Jilch I Nchoori having winning UUriry teanvlbla year. At th* laat martin* I of tba llartha Washington ?o.-icty I - _ aotna naw malarial nhowtd up axcal lently. Two naw Utarary students debated, Mlaa Huby So* and Mia* I , Maud* Jour*. Both abew that: thay ar* doing to give the more-experl anoad a run for the debating team. I Mlaa Moblry Brown aa a debater, al ihatiA'thl* waan't her first d*bat>\ t developed liar points vary w<tl and was especially good in tba Vcfuta tton. The question for dabata was; I Ufaotved. "That only students who I hove their averages should he allow* I ed to participate in any school meet. The affirmative arms upheld by hlirare Odessa Plttard and fcoblay^ Brown; I th* nagatlv* by Misse* Maude Jones I and Iluby See. The decision o( Jlw B Judge*. Miss Atno Mox...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

Rm sounds p THE DEATH knell IJ OF BIG warships |*pepth Bomb Hurled From the Idj Air to Be Used In Future? I Heavily Armed Decks Make Craft Invulnor9 able From Above. Or I'aul II. Ciuternr. t lonal .N'uvi Service Staff Correspondent. I ^ Philadelphia. Nov ll.-r-The knell I M the present-day battleship has heea sounded by thy airplane. byt - not l?y the".droppftvK 'jf- tomb* en it's * ^orke. an popular! > ?upponcd. accord4 ins to General William A Mitchell. I Kief of this Army Air Service. who I Hopped off herr recently In his I Nolle for a few minutes. J development* in air bomb*. I M rtnrnl eald. have proven that 1 tt la practicable to kii.X ha III* s III! * I tool by direct hit*, but hy hydro, tatlc ] pressure created by the explosion "( the bninii ' at a latiioua itiaw>l depth beneath the Water in the nclKhboiI ho... of the hip brirtK attacked. It The modern dreadnought. a!?le to 5 bland up for hours against heavy I punt Ire. in4- protected Willi heavy | Prmo...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

DR. SUN ACCUSED || AS LEADER OF A RUSS GERMAN PLOT I Ohineie Rebel Admits geek- I I isg Co-operation Bat De- I | nies "Alliance'' Charge. . jj I Bf ROMA liBSB BOOKKIt if I (International N??i Service Staff I? Correspondent). |f; I Shanghai, Nov. 13.?Alleging that If Dr. San Tat Baa waa striving to affact an alliance af . China with Oar. many and the Moscow Soviet (iov- H eminent of Russia. the Hong Kong Telegraph has stsrtled political Chi- II na by Its sensational charges. i, I t'epera I ?<! la Sofa. I I According ta the Hong Kong paper. documents that reveal the purpose o R -the southern leader were found In 4 II safe following Sun's flight from Can. H I ton after the revolt against him by M . m? ivnn ?i u?n?rai Chan Chlutigmlng. , In n formal written statement, Dr. Bun haa answered the blaet directed agnlnet him. The following 1* from a recent "lesua of tha Telegraph: "ft haa long alnce been charged against Bun Yet Ken that he haa embraced Bolshevist doctrine*. LJp unt...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

ffl SOCIAL AN! I MRS J. W. SI HE- ' Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M P I Out of the rlot'hes that fovtr mr. Unlike the clothe* joun*vr folk I thank whau\rr ma> he. I T1'*t 1 w;?a rot br.-ufcht u|> tc I j Though from !?, I ru ri"l 1.9 O'er tr?\n.K e : t sobI Pcaplle iny n'>l.?ii f:i-nd?' rouI M> liuJ.r utjh*J and unbobbcd. I Beyond my l< ny: i.< > m?; spun of life I JLtOom birthday bTiois still In ? -And yet ii . ? menace rife, e fliall find n:e tvtrgeU*s ;te of yore. Hates f??r Allryhnn? itud ltsnnoke I tlrrmia t lub Daurri. | The follow ins dates lia\e been L chosen tor the Alleghany ami lloulli r. poke German t'lub Thanksgivlng 9 l dance'. dliL >yjll fl i ' have it* ilanif on \\ rdnrxluv night, H ' I November i'!4. and toe Kounoke Ger^9 I man Club dini'r will be on 1'rlday Hfl nigh t. December 1st. This dflnce was scheduled for J, rarlltr In* tl.e n "nth hot 111*- date H , lias Inn changed. I llaarr ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

I FOWARO THANKED 1 I FOB FUEL? I . Administrator Receives LetI ter from Governor Trinkle " I Concerning His Report 5 I 04 I SERVED WITHOUT ANY PAY 2 I Constant Supply of Goal for $! I PuWic Utilities Insured t I by Work of Virginian H ???. m I lr CAtTIB W. WORMKLBT t| H Richmond. Not. It?Acknow1?df el in* br letter receipt of the report bi of State Fuel Administrator Ale*- ai ?n<Jer Tterward. Governor Triable if aays: "Muv I not eapreea to you my m sincere thanks as Governor of Vir- a< wlnla for the areat Interest you Have al I taken In this work? It has meant y the expenditure of mueh time, to say t> nothln* of the areat mental strain j oiared upon you durlna this period. "I am confident the people of. Vlr idnla reeoan:< fully the splendid , work you have done. I hops If the opportunity presents Itself that you will sapresa to the various parties who have helped you In the work. my slneers thanks and appreciation. | 1 think "It la remarka...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

' Wf -, TWEtiVg ' U.D.C.TO FINISH~1 DAVIS MEMORIAL Effort Will le Made to Com- j plete Fund At Birming1 ' ham Meeting. i ^SlfmlnjhaTr, AUi.. N v M ?< Hy EB-HV Associated l i * s?* > ?Kfforts will SDade at the ci?n\er;tton of the i?\ Uftttfd DauRhtrrs of t o* v.\?nf? ?l?-raey. ^f.wlicn opens here tonight. t ? ruiae thu remnirinia jzc.qcj u-u.j ?i< ctti,.,pl?te the Jeff.:* : 1* iiu i.um. nt t Xalrvlow. kv , a.--i 1 ing to Mr*. Jtck'ir i'anlel Thr.i?!;m?rrf>iin, chairman of tho m :.t committee. * Pledpces will bo tak.n from the floor n tin effort t raL.?e_lhe. re- | tnalnd. r of thi- f :i..is was r< port. <! The oboll?k :s row f. . t hiuh When tonipli ii'l. it v. 1 l>e jl.l le.t aceorjjini: to the pi The *.Tk 11.-.:.0 the remainder 1 of the funds ha- . ? > a 1 laced in the hand* of the P; v1n h t < r* of tho Confederacy ftiul the Jefferson Pavis 1 Home Association. <f which tie...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

I II I I II. I I* ROSS WHEAT CROP IS CALLED GOOD Soviet Government Declares I That the Production This 1 Tear Is Above Average. Moscow, Nor. 14 ?(By Interns1 tlonal News tfervlc* )?Kaaals'a harvest this y?ir Is sstlmctory, soc?rd| In* to ? statement Issued by M. Bru1 oh^noff, l'eoplc'r Commissary for j "The rye harvest Is now finally I known." be says. "Only In on# dls1 trlct. t'etroysad. Is It below the 1 average. In most plases It Is goad or vary rood. *f "The final wheat report is hot yet I available, but there are no bad reports from any part. Aitbouch the I area sown In the famine rerton Is yet the herveat throughout the Rei public le li per cent higher. Daat year the total amounted to thlrtyoae million tona: thla year It will be forty-seven millions e'The Volga area wlj| feel Itself, although some dlatrlcta are atlll badly off for food. The whole region la also suffering from having to sup port a great number of orphans and from a shortest of livestock. The Tnod tax In this ar...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

I p. v a OURTEE V I bBSB I Present Coach At Pennsy I Reached That Goal After I Many Years In South. ' (Hy l.iinrrnrr l*eer> (Special '"orrespondent of I he lloa Hoke World-Xi ??. < VpyrlKht. 1!*2!) I When Hulirri H. K< Iwell. now coach of the Na> \ eleven, waa at I Pennsylvania in i:<17. ho ?aa pretty I well plraro-d with hi* material. It I Ee *'" well balanced an.l there seemed I to be plenty of men for all pmltlrtni." A In the January el that year when the athletic authorities were arrant: Itiic the achedule tor the cominir fall II?^?a 1 rtt-er from a south* rn coach was I' considered The coach was John W. Helaman. I.ltfle -was known of him except that he had been coaching in the South for many years with considerable succfss. He wrote in behalf of the rn \ri\ cm in** irfor^ia jii^i uuir ui Technology. Tech. In- modestly statiill. ttnsld he mnM happy to play h.? *t to the great Pennsylvania Irnm ?!on( about the middle of the c...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

| eepggpggp|p*|p|!|l . GUSH FOR GOBBLERS I Washington and Lee Enters on Last Lap of Schedule With Lynchburg Game - LMlniton. Va.. Nov. 1J.?With the Flatting General# on the lnut Ih'p of their schedule they face Virgin!* Tmeh In Lynchburg till* coming Saturday In tke'r annual rlaah. Starting ' the acaaon brilliantly Waahlngtdn and Lea reached their highest point of t>?r action agatnat Wsat Virginia whan they out-fought and out pldysd the latter In Charlea1 ton In a 1J-1I tIn the Lynchburg College game bard luck struck them <n the form'of an Injury to Frew, brilliant quarterback from laat year and tbla year, who broke hta ankle. Tike laat two games with Centre and Virginia re...!..* i the Blue team, but with the V. I'. I . game - coming up this Saturday W. and L. supporters have mode It their uollcy .to forget bygones and point themselves to thla come with optlmi*m. - In their standing In the South At* lantTo Association. Washington and Lee went down when they re...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

H SIXTEEN I ~WaS I WORM) NEWS B fled dirrtuHU 7c Hoc , eounimc 0 wiiiM* lo ibc Hoc HB "laaolCn) Mr pet Web Q All cloc'tOcd ?.1 rcr! icinc ctrlct ;7 f """" Special casta 'itn to loxif trrna ad #*flia? r? io ipnhratioD Casta muit accompany all oul-of ? town orden ,M.ac:sssiH-ationt not permitted No cut* or taca>* black raced upe a cimittrd All advertisement# null rracta the nurtures offhw bv a till p m frr E? ' ? imbllcauor ncct morcioc Saturdirt br k a n S-u PHONE 3142 AL'To.W. illli.fcJi IF YOU WANT THE UEST IH Y In thPAlly on rood Hudson car. ire Pnwcll at Amcri. can Motor Seme* Co . 310 Eleventh ft , N. W. _ tl3lK> ' ONE CHEVROLET (PASSENGER CAR? aire a heels. lor talc. Ooud condition. I I'laoi.e ;.tl W (1314 FOR RALE??Good 6-iijwrnfrr Ford and Jitney Iirenrr* Will take truck a? nnrt raiment .*.02 llrd St. S K (till lOS SALE?Or hire. tan ton Harford truck, automatic dump. Will tike a cool car a? part payment Call 1 >74 K (1528 FOR sale?IX.-'ir R'.a...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

y j- Market and F EXCHANGE RATES ON RISE TODAY Pound Up. Ten Cents?Much Trading In Foreign Bonds On New York Market. Br ttcart P. Wni. (By Special Uaaed Wire to Iha Reanokt World Kiwi.) Wall Street. New York. Nov. 1?.? Kxchange ratee wore decidedly strong today. Inasmuch as quite a body of financial opinion believes , that the Burepean uncertainties have been the chief factor in the recept incline oil ? lock exchange, the . Important point on tho stock exchange again today *u that if this war* really no. the foreign exchange* would have gone with etocks and bonds, but quit* the contrary prevailed.. Sterling was tiff nearly 10 cents In th# pound from Its low at the time of the flret Turkish crises six weeks ago. Krench francs were in or* than k half cent higher than the extreme limit of their decline last week and Italian ltr*. while somewhat off on th* day shortly after noon, wsr* selling at 4.71 as against 3.11 % little more than a fortnight pgo. Three I recoveries were not consist...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 November 1922

AMUSEMENTS TODAY || I BHfWffoSWiWSBB I Five Big Time Keitb Acts. I r%rf? pprlitrminrf" dallj, at ?. 7 ao and H Ala* plrlarrt it??a. I I Pauline Frederick I The Glory of Clernent?na I MALTO Harold Lloyd i \ "Grandma's Boy" >?=- _ "Ballad _of Fiaher'a Boarding House" | JEFFERSON j PERUCHI STOCK CO. OKFKKIAG "Smilin* Through" Renme Mrat flrkrt* on Sale flenrbr>'a. Phone 1202. j. PARK Richard ^C^Barthelmess \\ ./ uThc \ DIIKI) FK ATI HK* II a ro lit Orlt'V Orrhralra llnatrr Krnlna In -KIM. AAIATKK" A M'KMIC V ) "When a t? iiipost Mows nt aea. the wind may rush over tho wnter at to mite* an h^ur: but the waves, atslated by sthfr fierce': will travel 10 miles an huur faster. . m A speelnl commnntcatlon of ...J.akeland L.odte ISO. A K fc *i*J| A. M . w [I he held In the Ma[ sonic Temple, Tuesday eventn*. November 14. at 7:50 o'rloek. for work. All Master Masons Invited to be present. Uy order of the \V. M. K. HKNItY DL'NNINOTON. Secretary. Roofing Time ^ I Now is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 15 November 1922

P=k; ?1)^ ^0Btto k? pl'of lil tiu$ VOL. 40.?No. 118. IH PA'OEB TODAY ROANOKE, VI R G IN lij^T W E D N E S D A Y /UFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 1 5. 1 9 22. ~ 1 d ?...? * u u m m- ? m m ? ' ENGLAND IS . NAMING NEW PARLIAMENT Bonar Law Predicts He WiH Have Working Majority But General Attitude On Result Is One of Uncertainty? Labor's Strength Source of Worry to Conservatives. London, Nov.| 10.?(By The Aa( socin.ed tress.)?ibe electorate of Oreat Britain swarms to tiie pons by the millions today in Lugtaud, Scotland, Vvates and Ulster, to elact the fourtn Parliament of the rei?n of King Ueorge V. 'the pons * opened at a o'cioc*?an hour earlier man that In some big industrial centers?and by # o'oock tonlgnt the new House of Commons will have been aeiecteu. ( No c-eventh hour development has lessened the uncertainty oi the result. A lew products tie str.ngs to their predAtiona. It la tnereiore something of a surprise that frefiner uvur Law in hia final speech at Qlaaaow yesterday discarded his nat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 15 November 1922

i .... Idaughters HEAR" I ANNUAL REPORT! . WDl Consider Creation of Funi to Remodel Lee Memorial Chapel At Lexington. g Birmingham. Ala. N. v. *">?( rt Tba itaoclated I't.w -Mr.*. Living ' ton Rowe trohuyiir prrru!' ill-Ken "* inU, delivered t.er 11:1:1 lal npnrt t ^-U>? United l>atightrrs i>f !'. Ccnfcl *rncy at the setfend ?.?*.* : of th fci Convention he: < led.*; , Report.* also w cr. 1 earl fr 1:1 othc B"VMlt^>nal officers .. vd ; r :(i si vcru committees. Principal pr? blert * 1 ? <nie befor the preaer.t coin. i.t:< n. :t i*< eair re the creation i f .. fand t- r re Btodelii.ir I.e? iikii ln*|ivl 11 (Washington and !. 1 urts.i; at. the Vltl|>)t t l?l. of the Jclfere-Il I l?\. __ monuimi.t at 1 a.ni. a. Ky., ; .rlli | place. Plans will to made f..r f iriheritu I the Jeff,:* ? vld M h w a >'. I n* I will fcc ? ir,tn>-t nft * a! r t x tending from Wa...

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