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

- . . ? I I 5E=====^~~--~? Sure Relief K>n'INDIGESTION ' BELL-ANS Hot weter Sure Relief DELL-ANS 2S* and 1 S? PtckUM EvwrywW* rowd. I>r Tyndall handled hi* subject n a familiar and popular stylo, play* k V'0"*1*' and that hald tae attention of tha crowd. Tha charts and apparatus which Dr. Tyadali uaed helped In a crsat measure to make Intelligible to the audience, a With which few people out* ? aide of those In sclentIflo work or r f? familiar. - Ko explained ^ or lound'VftTia, ilfht?S7V * *' *?*? The flcuree which rolled from hie lip* so easily. ?"r* n"' *? easily noted or t^ntmpared by your correspondent, but Dr. Tyndall succeeded In maklnc f , i ,h*1 u Bhakespeare t put It. There are more thine* In Heaven and Hell. Horatio, than you or I hare dreamed of." The fact that l>r. Tyndall la a pr2f*h#r' m claatlet la very significant, since there le a popular opinion abroad that science and re . .Hclon are opposed to each other. Vary dearly and vary beau...

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

K:a is (ie" to f tourishbroad Ho^ Particular About the Kind * of a Boat He Sails On So Long As New York Is the Destination. , 8 By Herbert M. Iii>lilm>n (Inttrnttlontl Nov.* Service' Staff Cor're?r>onilent > Parte. <ov. IS.?"America, wet or hut America'' p- Tbat wan the war-cry of the October homegocr*. struggling for Staterooms on transatlantic liner*, eager To reach New York Harbor and the rest of the Rood old continent In time t<> ]'Ut little Willie In achon) and outfit small Annie before i the early Kirll "sale*" wore over, f Wild to (let Howe. That Ik the "war-cry Just the same of the November li<jmf?"crt. mostly folk ncorcerned with putting youngster* In school, but wild to net heme. nevertheleaa. begging hopelessly fr>r "cabin with a bath." or "couth aide of the boat." taking" anything they can get and glud of the chance. tiauMlnc the steamship i office* until "It" hm been aettl...

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

. !' ? . ? J 1 J? - 1 . ' I I fe{||:j:||jjj:j: *y' >' war ^^^PijiJ ' /fl || J j /fl I ;;::;ii:;^.g? > , . ? The Wonderful S Pictured Abov< ... , v: * -v *229 . ; "* . - _ ^1 -1 ' , Convenient Credit Term Imagine this exquisitely designed. ri< i stered Living Rooqi Suite at so low a pi marvelous to knovf, too, that in addition beauty the Suite is Rex Sanitized?absoli and germ-proof. Just a small deposit | complete?balance on convenient credit Upholstered in Velour It ia luxuriously upholstered in selec || of exceptional sheen and beauty. See spring cushion^,* the deep coil spring heavy roll arms. It is living room furnil ; finest character, fit tt grace any home, that only the largest buying power make - Richly Carved and Finish \ in Polychrome Mahoam I Note the beautifully carved Queen riod frftmoM- Thpv are, finiahed in mah tiatically treated in a new polychrome t three pieces are included, the comfort back .chair, full size davenport and...

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

Bp* The Roanoke World-News > BMabllabad 1W? | 3 > ROANOKE. VA. rit'Mll Itvi U ij EacrPt Sunday MPWORLD" CORPORATI0X, tl? lalMlw. to?ok*. To. [?. jumiob p risHEORW. Kjiior. Hiatm at J Iranian Nroapaper PubUabor* HmoeLmOxm F\ ' WWMn Mrwapopar PubUabora' Awotlsttiie ft 2 Tkt AMdttad Pmi [" Audit Bureau ot Clrcttlailoa Tba Amockim pitu u axduatraiy. ? ttttad la lb* uh tor rapubllcaUaa ol oil LI, illnnctm crediiao to u or oot Blboralal credited to ItUa paper bed *1(0 0> >oool DTK publiabed hereto rOKKlQN RKpttESENTATlfE fi v A Btm. toe. Sew Vora aod Chtebdo f Entered at PoaloBica at Eoaoou. Virginia. r.\ ao Stood Claaa Mall Matter RATES LN ADVANCE It earns oar ?? parable to canter. K 98JM rear payable at tba ottca. BY MAUL BtUt. oot rear .. .......... .S3 00 Dally. aU moo tba MM) Daily. Utraa oolba ..............EX Mi Polly, otia month S0.&0 TELEPHONES * Duriat iba Dot All CalU tit: At MKkt | 6:30 P M. to 8:30 A. X. Boaiacoa Ottca S...

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

*, . I 3luti (Published I asaBaQSSB^3^BB^aC=aBteBSB=3 diioe* Assist a nl W1LUX* VARCXS. luj High School Pin Is Decided On By Committee Ths ntffh School Pin has at last, attar < much deliberation, been -lioseft by the. committees from the Senior, Junior and Koph. elaasea Thla pin, as previously announced, will be official for R. H. 8.. and will be used as the standard seal . It la really a oeautltul piece el workmanship sjvd skill. The profile I of Jefferson la l" ?t?i Ian It. H. M artistically woven about It. A, (1*14 ot| maroon -with a cold border surmounts the dealcn, with tho school's name thslde. The prises for'the'pin, as announced this tnornlnc. it? two and half, cold; one,, sliver, and eighty cents, bronse, with the Individual Initials encraved on the bach. .Those .who desire In purchase shndld see Mr. B?nnotte In tlma for the first order. The pin la one of the moat beautiful aver neen af Ml and It Is surs to make a .hit with the students. Kveryona who latands to b...

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

I SOCIAL AND I MBS. }. W. SHE I Offioo Bonn: 9 to 10 A. It Ph I A NARROW WINDOW. ?a A Marrow window may let In the I . alcfct. A tiny star dispel the sloom of night, A Intl* deed a mighty wronc ?l. I A roar, a blaom. mar make a desert ' iW \? ; lair. _ - A single cloud may darken all the J air. ; A ?p?rK may kindle rum ana ae. , apair. 0 A smile and there may be an en dto * strife, ? A look oX love and hate may sheathe ' the knife. A word?ah. It may he a word of ' Ufa'. ? Florence llarle Coatee. ? Informal Tea. * Mrs. Peyton Jamison entertained on Tuesday afternoon at an Informal * taa. from 4:30 to 5:3" o'clock, having h a her hostesses It) the receiving line a Mlaa Myrtle Johnson, a bride of next " week, Mrs Karl M Block. Mrs. O. A. Xerns d Miss Pannle Cheat wood, of | L JUjrnchburg. J1 I Tellow chrysanthemums beautified tba oocne In which the guests we(e I t entertained, and the assisting host- * esses wera Mrs T W. Ilimdsln, Miss Pauline Matsie, Misses Kdlth and l.ila Jamison. M...

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

I I MflNA ROW CONTINUES OVER I SHANTUNG LANDS I J&p&neae Demand For Finest I Building Vot Consulate Wk * . ? ^ r- i epojierotu. r Tkt?a? ?! * ,u,j 2S?S "& ...rV-S: th? retain ?,?*" eommlUw for sweSSfca? 'in. IJU "uon^'Hi 10 furthmr. tse amhhst . of fcj^r^fW? ?rmr?tm, ,h* r? rtr*5?*nd*.?' "" former reiid.nce ?*w?or. Which 1? cuy li# ,,BMt in the th/ir* !?.want ih* "urthoueo for ^! yK!rr.court,*-^* ?H?U1 raaiden?I for ^on?u>-Oenerat. ? real^JRytiSKKSusig hou?ln* for 1 ha two u*4erConaSu a . ?.??' elarka. f.f.y JTh.IV Hffc'1?.1?! '?f tk* Of. na?.- -w??,-Ch'n,,T My t**t lhara eon.uUt# th# k|a. oft h?I &!?5 TVch "<f uplad a fourth rtoJW^fK./rhVy Z?Trt tSZ thi k {,0J'ernmen? mansion must b? ' ^ th# *^??????? Oovernor. and thry have offered Pis former place T?'W?P>*-? ulldln* la its Tha Jmsfse rsplr . that thslr consulate In Tslnirtao la aomethln* f apart from other consulates and must I overshadow others, so ...

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

B [ Soviet Play ? Political ( I Berlin ii ^?r IB. ' The author of this article !* at prei I f ant the political eti.rm ?mtre In ttei lii many. and la figurine i r? r-.nrntly i I r heated debates in the H<vhstiiit. H I I haa dor years been the pioneer ei I J ponentof a project for puo!i ? clos ^Bf.~ Interdependent linking of tiic t?ei a man. French and Kt-irllah lndu*tri< I ( I aa tvould. In hie oplnii-n. I o ti e root I I affective step toward a o.nclllatlo H-f - of' Europe and would eliminate a | If dAncer of future vars llechberi wnu, incidentally ts .1 seu.pior < ' note, la a consid/iat le pmvtr 10 Get t man Industry and tin :< ? . i 1 < ha | Incurred the enmity of ninny of til fOuntrymen hv hi* Krai.rh'piio view which have he*n violently utturk*' hy tha "bitter rnJtr> in the Kelch f-ystag.^ A clo?e friend and adviser 0 ' lAidendorff. ltechborg has for a ion lime urged ;? Joint < ierninn-Allle military r...

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

j| I Virginia Lead I Yield ot A I Figure Show This State'a Prtx I Y.?r Average, While For I Average Wu Far Belo I ^ cept Peanut* She I Richmond. Not. 14.?Tea harves tically completed, tod tha puellnjlnar; cently bean made, show that tha aveu cro pa it 1.4 per cent above the avera to tha Novenxfcer report at tha Virgin i cresting to> note that y\f> '* la Vlrf for tha Unted States tha average ot I below the tea-year average. I Tha crop yields la Virginia thle 1 ot lyt year whtch was one ot tha p6 hrodnctloa ot all crops, except pean* I year, and tha total valna ot all far million dollars In exeesa of last ye*' . *>-?*? Yisia iatgat I Tha atcrsa* yield per acre ot corn 1 I Is eetlmktea to be II bushels eom1 t>sr*d with ft bushels Jaat yS*f II bushelajp ^tlll and^ lit Push's ^the ,',h*,,N"fth,*r"\ ^ eatern. fthfral and 1 ?<>(i(htni Ittitrlcti, and while thu crup i! was yood In the Southwest. the yield ^ not quite up to th...

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

I " I RUNS AND PASSES I NEEDED TO SCORE I f? Season's Progress Proves I Strength of These Tactics. I Pennsy Springs Regular I " Surprises. MM I By altrr ( amp. 1 . ' (By Special Lea?w<1 Win t > The Koa nuke World-New * i \j>> rut fit 1SJ1' i New York. Nov. l.'. ?A combination of a well ?levob'jjfj luimlnk i;ain< H j' and an adt-citiatc forward li.'tustnK nt tack la comma more nnd in->re to be fc ' * necessity for cor:.?,?tc::t oiitidk as the football season progresses. ^ 1 That is shown srlkinglv In the I case of Notre l'an.t. Notre l>anic hue tiot the old r?)?fr on running attack B that she hnd .n the day of tleorge H uipp t?r indeed that she possessed Hk t last year. That g ir>-? her opponents H ^ a better chance to diagnose and de I tend against tricky forward passes. Knute Kockne has the aerial game as well perfected at Notre l'ame as any coasts in the country. He be Kan the scientific develo...

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

\> . ' x - ,' < J A fi -V ' u SEEKS iHCHEBS TO BEAT HA GIANTS Pat Moran Thinks He Has Goods, Except On Mound? Trades Eeadily. iHr kk* X. Km(?I (Rf 9p?fil L*a*t6 Wire to the Kofc"NVw^t'fiir.S^K'.'BiclVVf Clnetnfatl If th? busiest little man** C?? l? (be National Uaacue t?l*y. IVT not Insert advertleements In the-jClncinaatl paper* offering to trad* a ir.otvr lawn motor, two bat begs, ? second baseman, a halt dosenTvookted and a mascot' (or "ens pitcher or'what bar* yoa,H but that la Ms gedtral attitude. Koran Is working every combination h? Van think of to strengthen the Reds' pltrbfng stair, because, deep ciesn In Ills heart ls^ the belief thai he has a contending nine for tho National League pennant In IMS. The finish of Cincinnati In second plage ens one of the trltimphe . of xhe year. It showed reel clovernets, on the hart of *thra Cincinnati maadgesi (we I'Wsburgli car dcls'tr* Into Idling along never driamlng the Hmokt City llw ?-/<nd be beaten ...

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

n II ^ FOURTEEN |? * 0 , m WORLD NEWS 'iTlaaetBeil *d?erti?ln* rate* 7c a Una oountina O word* to the line Dtepiar TlaaalBed 04? par Inch I AU claaalfled ad rerllatn* alrlctlj xab to a<! raooa Special each ratea to looftertn ad ' rtfaara to application. Caah mutt accompany all out-ottown oMrn I ' MlaclaacftcaUooa not permlttad. I .No cat* or bra it black-faced type I p?r 03 UK d I All adrertlaeinenta moat mch tba I builDcaa offl.-e br JO p. m. for I publication on I tnortdof; Saturdfya | bj 8 p m Irao.vt 3143. |j t AUTOMOBILES I FOR SALK?Or litre. two ton Carlo truck, automatic damp %V|ll take a c<> k car aapart parnunl Call 1S74R 053 JTOR SAI j? lKxlio lloailatrr. almoaL n? Phone 750 unttl 5 JO. 050 FOR SALK?Ford Tourtiif. A 1 coudltli Phone 3304-J. 064 IHl'DSON SL'PKR SIX. tn too abapa, neai new Urea. Juat the thmr for taxi, ffoi take Ford roadater or Coupe and aoi caah. Phone J^lOO W. 067 STt-UKBAKER~SI'ECIAL SIX?Priced li for quick axle. |HOO, on...

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

I ARMED MEN GUARD I DRY HEADQUARTERS i;ed Threat* to Barn Beeda Cause of Unusual Precautions. Hr.Kion, *nv. li?(By th? Inonat Niwi Bnrvlce)? Hare In ?? and quietude o( wkpluishlngton, within sight pf nil en monuments that dank the of thn nation # capital, brlatlaraii sllaillnl today. It wan ?<snt of wartime - plots, teand atnaflth. rart men with bulge# on thnlr ,41 curia) lolled nonchalantly ratchfully about a wooden urn at With and B Streets, mat, oncn an unassuming gov. it building. but now thn problanforctmant division. >nv of thn upper floors of tbn nt appearing Place peeped riot In thn corridor# of the place other men with bulsaa on hips (II sana) who seamed a no other dutlna than to scan ens rf vial torn. Pane Anas Attempt this. It waa axplalnnd today. , to whispers that Uav* raacbed *UIoi?||Cosaa^tsa"****?and ggara plan t? cgreleasly drop htnd match In tha bulldlnc. now houaaa all the records pt iforcement division. II reoantly tha dry unit waa loin a re...

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

1 I* fe Ej 1 I Businetj Today I ' Kunori of sweeping rhanfd li F V tlM Federal system of taxation hav< U?n coming from Washington ani KgS *|HI<C with thrm there liavr lirrtv (la Biala from source* dose to the Ad milt lat rat ion that any changes. ex V ?*W t or Improving Its admtnlstra tlvo provision!". are contemplated , " The Present Jan* lias been In opera , Hon less than .1 year, and the Con Wt\- Kress which enacted it will hold ove f* * _ till March 4. The ntiv Con -Kress will ^lot meet until the fol ' t lowing December, and U would up I gl; pear th?re(orf that no radical revt' *lon la' possible until some time it ' i>14. Even then measures that go t< , , , such extremes as suggested In th< ' V' i? atones coining fWashington I l| fa would have har<l r.< .<nr.g in the new I 4'ongres* ami ? nil almost ccrtalnlj encounter an executive veto. Ac I cording to the flashing ton cot ro . i spougrnvs. ...

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

' . \ , I Market and F: MARKET MAKES IT TURN TO BETTER II Marked By Recovery On .French Bonds ? Sacrifice Selling Seems Finished. (?r Spaclal bMied Wii^to^The Roa?. .. -nwk* . Wall Straet. N?w YoXTjNov. 11^AnTr. fr? ho??"f of comld?nM? uiw iSfiSfc ?#rl?? whlcU'lurthF liquidation had to bt abaorbad on a Ur?a acale and fraah attack a by operSior! toJ the,? ? *? HmL to.ho mat, gf fit?*' a turn .! ' Jl* ml?d? of tbo moot ' th? quaation waa on* ot - . .? . . A?RSSpgJLra tha d no una of tha laat thraa waak* on ?e?f? for tha wort* In tha boat* , Mft situation. On to* contrary, all the market In the closing hour of * coaslsently supported the belief mat Industrial operations are exchanging and in moat llnea are returning * larger profit, and the advance to gralk and cotton prlcea alnce the middle of September haa been an la' 4ent of the greatest Importance m * M bearing upon the outlaok foe . - .1. The mala thing which professional Wall Street had In mind again, tj?Jday was ttjl Poaalkl* ex...

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

GREAT BULK OF I] ELECTION MAIL |t \ Ban Francisco Postoffice Offii v cials Work Out Simple But Effective Method to Deliver Literature. I Hy Kills fl. Martin I * <Internatlonal N?m? Service Staff I Correspondent.) I F Ben Francisco. Nov. 15.?Tlty the I poor mall tnan In California around election time. [ Take for Instance the recent elec| tlon In San Francisco alon". It was I the task of the mall men of tho city I to deliver scvenl.v-five tons of offl[ ctal e'ection literature to the real[ dence* of the voters of the cltv. | In the State at large the delivery I ran around S2fl tons?about one-half I pound to thd voter. I Sample llallot for Voters. ty-Tll e..l. r cm .. , \ ^ h-.?I lot ten days before election. With IDD . _ the sample ballot Is a pamphlet gotID > ten out by the S'.:ite_glyl||? the-text My of all( Constitutional amendments to !"B* of each amendment In art argument fur or against the amendment written by the leading proponent and opIlf patient of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 November 1922

SSISi ipje Roanoke pJartd-JSTetus VOL. 40;?No. 119. To PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1 fr, 1 92 2. PBIOB THBBE CBN T gj FASGISTI ASKS FOR CONFIDENCE Predictions Are There Will Be No Appreciable Opposition to Government's Proor^m. k - Bome.WoT. It.?(Br nn iw? r elated Press.)?Benito Mueaollnl. If. Italy's saw premier, prepared to I face Parliament today for the first If time, asking e vote of confidence U from both housee. II. He will eppeer first In the ChamI ber of Deputies end ln a short Iepaumi sspiaiu trio nscal ana bureaucratic raforma decided upon', eome of which are already in the course of execution and outline the OoTernment'a foreign policy. Then ho will proceed to the Senate, where he will 'deliver a similar message. . ** .according to all Indications, will receive a large maIprlty treat all group*, cvaagtlag W feociallats and Ommanltu, who nambar slightly more tbaa 10S. A boat - MO MmWri are said to havo exsr&iafiSKt*M v Swidm* K...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 November 1922

I W' hiss jones 10 Speak at public Ebrarytomorrow hors Will Alio Be Heard? Hphlldron's Story Hour to Be K Conducted Saturday HM (Mturi of thr procrura which "Public library la following t.ila Bmk la observance of the annual BMlUran'i Book Week la the meetHf that will be held at the lihrsrv Bfctorrow afternoon. The Civics 1*1 M}lon of the Association of CoinBflrt* will participate In this meet* ft and several prominent speakers 01 make add/rases on the subject Hlibeelis for chlldaen. t>ne of these Si be MJsa luor ltelle Cateibv Jnse _ cRlo^nunil, a prominent children's ^ Hlfare worker in iht u Then ^ l be several local speakers, who make brief addresses, limited to i minutes duration. ?<. IV Withers. llu>" Scout rxccu trt. will apeak on books (or boys, jhs Mary Kossell, the children's 11^ rlan. will speak on a related sub^ Htt. and Mrs. Luclan Ovke w III read Baiectlc stories which she baa writ^B^Fhe public Is Invtted to attend this betlni. AH this we...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 November 1922

TURKEYS SCARCE BVERTHE STATE With Thanksgiving J)ay Less Than Two Weeks Oft the j, Housewives Worry . Norfolk. Nor. II?With Thankoftiala* D*r only a llttl* moro than \ two WMkt 4IMtMi tarkoy haa acaln XV1?-* ho rIfhtful Important* In I mmn m l?rm in I-nnci (MATS* I county. I Tha aun, wHom noma wu not r?t? allancd to h**? fir*4 at tho officer# and demanded that thoy *et plf hla prtmliei when It daoreloped that they had no arch ? r rant. Director Fula llcr Indicated that 'tha varraat for the >man'i arrest would he awora out aa aoon aa ProMMtlon Anal lr*lny. arho waa In t eharao of the aqnad, return* to Til eh- ? Bond. 1 ?' o ?? * EtATOH TO miAK I T.jroehbury. Nov. It.? (Special.)? Senator T. H. Caraway, of oJnosboro. ' ^Ark. haa adelaad tho farmer's union 1 ^headquarters hero of hie acceptance ? of an Invitation to make an ad- 1 draaa before tho National Convontlon to bo hald hero November tl-JJ.1 2 , Don't Let That Cold Torn Into "Flu" JMm Good OU Muttarola - That Oold tna...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 November 1922

K EXHIBIT, K FASHION SHOW H AND OR Ot * I OFill Be Put On Here By th BlMl Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Blue Rldse Post of the V.ol HHm of Kordcn Won M b.-itti ^^Mantlonii for a ? .i?jt?lr? ?f clrv-u OlmBflblle exhibit and fa#M?>n eh<>' Ml It will hold III the ^^^VUitn on December 18-13. It Is th FBt thins of the kind that the poi undertaken. Its purpose is t HHn money for tl.t itinera! fund organisation. ^^ttt flret It W.1S planned to huv HBnrlptlly on automobile show, r nil laesl BBB also Manufacturers n??t repr? HJBtsd by fi?l?r? here would be Ir ^^ ad to sxhlblt their How Mr, after It hud bean decided to Ir K! BsaPmtetU which happened to be schedule K^B_pass. this way at the time th H. riH>w was lo be held offered to par ^^Bpate o.i tnrnin that ??. r, attract the pott "and K was 'eruuppec Qgoes by the nuinr of itixtyo Royt KTlp?rt'itr? Acts. It hat ?eventre F stts and tan people- Its speclalt H^<1anlmal acta, forNwhi...

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