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

I LIVES IN CIIY; IS GRANDMOTHER; f NEVER SAW MOVIE I ^ _____ Has flatted Seven Seas With Sailor Husband, But Finds Enjoyment At Home*<?, siss esres*.?~. note* Wor1d-N?w?. Coovrltht. Portland. Mr, No*. {{.?Search for the leading frmtnlne advocate of the Simple life" in Maine today brought to tie front Mrr Dlanche Doyle, of I South Portland. 9 Eorty-eight yeara old. fifteen I time* a 'mother, with eight living children ang twelve tlmea a grand* - mother, ahe admitted that not only hae ahe never yletted a movie but I that ahe hno do knowledge of who L or what Charlie Chaplin. ^'Doog" or B "Mary" or all the rait of the Holly* * wood it are are. And ahe Inalata that ahe hae no dralre to know, m.- ai?. - .. 11^ .a ^.iiLln B*1 - iFW QlWto Jf ** I two oloeka of o motion picture thea tre. ghe hae furnished fund* for her grandchildren to be entertained. > But Inquiry revealed that,.not so long r ago, when ahe was a a Iced whether I ahe "liked Charlie Chaplin."' ahe naive...

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

I Ttt Roanoke World-News ^ EL ' JKataMtahrO | s I MMMOKR. U. 3 rW"W Kr*r> U.ij Except 8un4*f * ..BY ? \\ *!* WOULD COKfOKATtON. 1 W - B"W Bulkllar Koaookr. V?. K'* iumUM V ri?UUUKN. Kdltor. Ir M*?l|uwt I'ubiuhrta Aawxiattnn , "I OUtbrrn Krwtpai.r HuMi.tM.rs' Aaeudatlva A TV AiMwaia) I'rMi *E, A BdU Bu rr*a? of Omlalloa C .. AOmlated I'rraa ta OitMrtljr ro H "BW ? Uu uaa for republication of alt *w* ##aid?? Cred Itr <] M li or not ?. . * to IkU pi|*t and also ! aj_y*H W?i ptibltahru brrela j ruanoN i?e?'h?sentati v b B attw. loc. Nr. T or a an<} Chicaro H' at KMHIrt at Hoanoke. Virginia. It a? Stood Claaa Matt Matter RATES in AD*Asch~ tp I" ?eeta per week parable to carrier. 9(134 per rear paratoe at the oUica . Dallr. eat rear 93 00 M Dai'r. ?ta kDontba ?T 5o I . "Watt. t h? m?nlhi ai Ul S (Mw* month . .. i * TtU?rHOSK? ' During Ibe Da* All Call* 31*5 At Blgbt > b 3D l> M. 10 B:30 A. M. Buatnrea iTnu-e ??V Kdit.in.il Dii?*ria&am...

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

aiu I , . (Published 1 i BOitor \ AntaUM ffULUAK mm. L1AI Commercial* Hear Talk By Local Banker ' The R, H. a. Commtrc 1*1 Club bald Ita rt|ul*r meeting W?1mm?x afternoon In Study HalL The meeting (was can*4 to order by Alma Price, andI lb, mlnutaa of th, lait mJatlnll re5l *nd b'r tho Club. The main feature of the program jraa aa addreaa on "Banklnc." by K. K. Want, of tba Klrat National Bank. "l /n " 'J*' a M? *** In hla talk an outline of tha hlatory of tba banaa from tba time of orlfla up to tba present day. Ha epoke of both tha fata and Federal bank a Than tha different affleaa In tha banka wara discussed and laat. tha foreiyn nchanca. (t'a meaning and ana. ' Hla ??talk, war moll Illustrated. Ha mantlonad thraa things which wara ao entlal far thoaejrolng la to tha banking baalnaaa. PI rat. a good handwriting; aacond. tha ability to add: t third, to ha ablo to uaa and span good English. Mr. *??t'? talk waa greatly anJjeyed and anowed raaulta of an intaraatod?atudy on tko subject...

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

11 SOCIAL ANI jf j| BS8. J. W. 81 Office Boon: 9 to 10 . X. 1 11 Ik* Ware* Mirror, into Mmr wive, which hr?4l?n flight-wind* rock. The inAoa como? down with *11 her ?*- __ eterr* flock. Her k I art one imMii? trouad her ^ nrlnsrs, And form* h temple of celestial a- fklag*to-' J V r ?Isaac Will lame formal HrWsr Pert lea. tore. T. J. Budke is entertaining t auction brldae this afternoon al ?* J?r rwllaiM on Douth Jefferson ttrmt. I Qtrim tables are engaging In play. 3 " 'lira. Burke will also be hostess I aeven tables of bridge on Satur day afternoon. I ft'v Ts Attend Koetball Omne. Miss l>oulne Flshhurn and Miss Katharine Nelson leave tonight for Princeton, N. J., to attend the Prlnce ^on-Yale lootball game on 8nturI To Attend Prom and flame. B ' aiteo Kll?q l?fr mm f/o I Princeton. N. J.. ?o attend the prom at Princeton Vulverslty Friday night and the T'rlnrcton-Yale foot ball game on Saturday. Miss Hanckel was accompanied by Miss Marlon I The King's Daughter* Bridge Par...

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

I I Bonar Law i I Job Pickin I SaysEni I Br Mr Ma rw(M jhaMr. (Noted llrltleh Publicist.) 1 (Written for Int'l Maws Mrrict.) I London, Nov. 11?Whan tonar Law ' capc?d tba British Premiership tho question asked was: "What kind of a Ala laity can B?nar Law producer* Aa an old journalistic Parliamentary hand I mar txprtai tha opinion ho haa made a foo ! aalactlon. Tboro la not ono man who haa not won hla I spurn. I Am for (ho Prima Minister himself. a Proebrtorlaa succeeds a Baptist. I Tha now Prime Minister la Colonial I born, a Canadian, and ibis la tho drat time la our history that a man from the Dominions baa become First Mln Inter to tha Klna?a rood a usury for those of as who want Britain and the oversea Brltalns to bo equal part' sera I doubt If Bonar U* haa over called llmeelf a Conservative. He entered tho House at Commons SI years aso aa a l.lheral ITnlnnlat mem bar for Glassow, where ho was In the (run business, and was .locally known as a chess player. ~ IIUm JC-," Mr. Oont...

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

I CORN IS NOW THE I MAIN FOOH SUPPLY I M lira SMS I Miok of the Product Is Fed to I Serine?Wheat Is SupplantI sd According to Govern ment Surveys. I i Washington. Nov. l?-~(Ily lh? Iti MtWtloMl Ncvi S'rvkf >?Corn hm IP' . Mmlantert wlirtt n - ttm principal food nppif of the t'niti-d Slutra. ae cordlri* to a comprehensive review I B* ftUt completed by the department of I Asrlfculture. VkA aiNsI ln> in n.-A e\9 f tl A e<trM paitKtnt officials tt* warning r?tt< naiUri to lay their plana nrl<'. Mo well has the poatofltcu service been organised of lute ycitrti that no mw melWoda will U tried thla vaatr. CMtaMutrn whoa# ' patronage" la to tnrga that greatly ausmvnted ww?. Inc staffs are nae.lod. havo boon directed to ?v? first preference 11 emntoymeht \o men with families. and Iwii long out at a lob. Christmas always costs Unci* Saip between (our and five million dollars fdr extra cirri. a. anrrlsrs, tynhrportatlon facilities and rent...

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

I . | YOUR h ' Always Mak 1 IVT ?? I- the Water You ByftOYALS.CC CooaniMioner of Mti UNLESS ssmmanlty la hlsaaad i supply, It ann haw 1HU? ?Im Fim school* <14 churches, atti Nmn of satertobimsat, demand it *: pert cl worldly mw all these ar " s tanea nalesa the water supply is $!lm It la net Mama new. hat it on nary fxparianee In mad of soma tans epidemic of typhoid ferae was raping and. Indeed, at the beginning of my tj plaid farer was abnoct as aomrn is tadnpt "" IMarrheeal dtosaaea. tenmps. ty tbsHsc may be tensed to tefaetad w*< onless there is an abandonee of asn Wtpi I speak of pass water, I So net 4. *Srt?1rtrss ltmaPcoty*oc*l?l?e^ow < Pan W* is to mu a aster was Worn harmful bactsrU sad < hanatol shsmltols It Is a wstw asfh 1 for drlnkine and teS fin 1 SIM anreoosa W^gWte fa water conUmlnstsC masus^jScmt MrtKtwatmm naeaf *. .1 takes pteas tea MS tserefa eras tas J io snfisi'ssg*tte aautr. kewrrsr. It dew* erwr wSrtaaM- , *. sated s...

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

i ^HnTi I - !; ON1EM ??w Light Car Is Designed I J*or Rough Use?Maiden :ffjCar Is Presented to Kalinin Who Predicts r'. World Famine. I t Bp Gfstriri l*opofT. : Ml 'ewa Service Staff t urrcvjMjinlrnt. | h JImcov. Nov. 16?Thf P.usalan r **uv ?r" la i>aw an actuality r Soviet Rusih has recovered her ln[ dastrlal atrmctli to the poir.t that UpM la actually bulldlne all-IXuaslan L 'light curs The ?ir-1 a:i-Ku**!an auL jtomr>Ml? has Jtist been completed In Efthe Russian Sta'c factory rear >luCjctw. All materials for the machine P jwere Russian and particular attenpitlon was Klvon In (Veslunlnir the mapifflllllf "wttti?new devices v.-Mch inaK i Mthe motor capable of oarrylntr heavy . MlMdi over the rcuch Russian roads. r'Wf Completion of the automobile was aZtke signal for n jtrtuat -celebration. [HXsi In In rnd the Army Chieftains yXameneff and VnroshllofT participated [bin the celebrations, and the workeri rjSrho turned out this .Soviet flivver represent...

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

MOCANS ENGA? IN DEVEL0F1N6 THE ' BKKIN CHINA Million! Ia Oold Arc la Kaij Acceaa in Twrilorj Once RomU's?Qrlaftttl Oods Appeased. <Inteiwu5*eMRR?fS?rvLce lun Coffi0Roii4#it \ Ptklnr Nor"l r~MokfttU'l "X?Hr1*9 Heddha" hM n*t lata partnerahlp with a firm at Antrieu en*l?Mrt tar the development at Mineral, re no are* a. Thli in the Writ time i. rfcort that the enctnnlve ?Ux ana entered Into keilniu deaUnne. net In UMi text et hlnh llvlnn contn even tin ? ert Mfirmlr feeltnc the nM of n little extra rank. Coneeeelane have teen granted. Including approximately aoe-thlrd of Mol? " is. aim nuu iw.riT quaro inrn I . FNlMntry surveys show that tores of ivM amounting to maay nUttMl Of dollars lis within ?U)r tcctn. Tbo ?rM was originally IM?4 to huoliana, who. In eoor?oration with Mongolian yrlMM and the fThtnea* Ouvrrtimtnt, secured tho concession. Various political intrigues and Internal dtstarbanoso made mining dlflcult. and In ItW tho working groups worn reorganised into tho no...

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

I The Young Fox la By Thorntoi 'Tin queer how iom When other folks t I* : * The young Fox. with the chain dragging behind him, made his way^ Wck to tho Orcen Forest towards his WM* Me had almost reached there when he Jumped over a !<>r and that 4rt(flnf chain once more rnught. This time the young Fox quite lost hi* temper. He pulled at It savagely, trying to Jerk It free. Now. It happens that this was the worst thing he could have done. Had he gone hack and gently tried to get It free. He would have had po trouble. Itut Ikl sudden?Jerk -whtrh he gave wedged It In a crack In tho log and the more he pulled the more tightly the chain was held. So tt came about that w hen he gave Up pulling and went back he couldn't get It free. That chain was held ns -J .-vol fast to the post In Farmer Uruwn'ii barnvard Oik c more that younr Fox ?n a prisoner, tie was Just ay much a prisoner as he hail been In Farmer DroWn'i barnyard, and he was u (treat worse off. Of oourse. h&am...

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

' W '? * JL . < . . ?jih?. u i -i I sco OA . t " " I vfr rWjJtrn I Vr -tun Write# About ^ Scouti I In*'frtrftl?riV?." li:vo.?E?H&SQ'7. ywikftiiy >A?n, - f I r??pu<r l??tt ctnuwMioiwr. THOOPHqtEi, ff T>?l| I?< . (fOKMflfd with Mf. J?hn*? Rplr?pl < 'htirrh - KOnneth Po?llg<V / . We held a^pUndwj' meettn* Ffl dar night, with Mr. Imdrd, on (Mil master. And nearly 1H .per rt.nl a the tnemlvere preeent. Mural ?Wi era wort yrtmt atao. j^aEiigwag' am work. Wa 4crW?4 t'. hare the trao] ixs&fvs" '*,c Mr. laard drilled no for a few mln utes before dismissing se. Two* U. (Connected with First Chrletlai Chareb? Nollle melton. Report ?r) Fifteen ecauto and three aeon! af Ihlali were present at the n*?llni Friday nlgM. Mr. W. A. Wetrker gs CTEjsr ra dr. Jr? from V. P. I., wee a rlaltor. Mr. Thotnae told wa that althawgt our candlesticks were not areeptei for regwlar uae af (M Oonrt or Hon H - &...

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

f' " gj 8TXTKEN YALE FAVORITE OVERPRINCETON Ao Wai Harvard?Some Comment On Big Games of Week, and Ancient History. Br WillfT Cmp. tBjr Special leased Wire to the iCoano)t? World-News.) (C'opyrlttht, 1?2*.) _ New York. Nov. 1*?Yale will |fo Ifftra f VtO T>elnoa(nn .ran.. O.. nc?l. o?l rday a favorite, ao far a* the public choice la concerned, but Harvard ?tnt In the same way at Cambridge n'I came out defeated by the Tigers. Princeton gained enormously In prestige and confidence by her victory ver Harvard In spite of tne fact that her offensive game was not lmfrtMlva . It la unquestionably true that Princeton had more than ahe showed. After getting 0>e lead Princeton did ot need to do more than play a defensive same. Kvery time the Tiger backs went Into the Harvard line With the ball In their possession. even * gain,'It rn^arit Cnat Itn'vard wna prevented from having the ball and from chances to acore Moreover. It Is recognised everywhere that on the one occasion...

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

I: KYDLER SAYS NO I mm bails Ij3ajne Hu Profited By Its II Elimination, JCe Thinks? ir Spittert Droppinff Out. ISew York. Jlt?r. U. ? I'rraldenl ttrydler o{ Vba Nm<oa?I Umm* Jm~ day idmiuk*4 h la baifaf (Set th? playlnu relee of the nttUml nni. will never ?iaU be modHtod to parsraa 2ii ore ton lUMlisra tending to ?1v? Ihe pltcbere a belter trip on th? i^Jvak&d . Them ktiTten itmi notation la behalf of the apltbell by Member* at the tower claaelflcetloa clube el Lhe miner Jeanne* Tito amallar minora hem been keen to take en pitchers wftb freak delivery but hey will not have enough toduen<-< to cMk* tbe i-ulea^ ln any wer. Il reeltae that such a rula would hurt their ar* packets In the toes run mere than* It would help them for vttchers thue developed would ha The National Leaso* president belevee that all orrutto dellverlte by ?&Sf?B3&2S of the vaftone poet-** a an terto a# :horo?athly leiiilnu* aM eouform* " "*? Ce...

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

I iBldBTEEN ^ I "" WAf 17 WORLD NEWS Claaelfled ed?rrtlatn? rate* 7e a line counting S worda to the Una Diaplar -laeetfled Mt per Ineb All Clearing edrertlalne etrlctlj ?aab la advance Special caab rate* to lonf-term ad , rrrtte>ra >o application Caab oiuat accompany all aglet town ord?r? MUclaaal(lcatlone not permitted S? cut a or bea?y black-faced type ' permitted All ad'erUrrmenU tnuat rracb the bnatneaa oSIca by 8:90 p m for I publication next moruln*; Salurdaya t by 8 p m PHONE 3143. AGTOMOEULJU STUDEBAKER SPECIAL. SIE?Priced lo > for quirk sale ?WX>. on nir punml Will bur thla dependable car. Call or ron ta Jarreti-Cbewplnt Co.'a Oaran lor dea ?'? umihIIm. SS57 rOR Ql^ICK~9ALJ5?rw HiTpmoblIs. Sri lm to bur a home. Call 1 Ifi.Vk ?(V3? wast to hike ford or uoht trl*c by the wrrk to make abort country trip Will lake thr brat ol rare of It. Art dm F. W. H. 054. cars ol thla paper. IMUO IK YOU WANT A GOODI'IED CAJ at a reasonable low pric...

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

mmmmmmm Market and Fi EXCHAHfiE PIKS I CONFUSED TODAY First Hour. BWvrs Bdoovery Which Wu Followed By Indiridssl Declines. (By Speciaf LmmS Wlr# t? The Roanod* World-New*) WVI1 Street. New York. Nov. IS-? The prke movement wee <atr?mely cenfttud on the stock eickaasd to* Soy. Recovery wont further nt the op en In*, oootlnuln* for Cho flrot honr or so. with numerous sharp oSvnnees In tho Industrial section. Then operations for tbs decline wera rttumou not dtsslnat tho msrhot as a whole, hot nsalnat Individual atocha. Tho offort to uncover weak apota waa quit# auAoeafal. A violent inl In nhltudns sloth* sttrt*ntiy had aa s basia the likelihood- of tho un/avorable condition# in the ?coancnrrylns trade had their effect upon tloUeJ* e . -* A i.i T i w ??ncr inauflr.v.,r,r.3t^M~^ ? wh,t 55/ lr<!iVld u*'"Ti<! w n wh r<l gr?x: srSt irar;,":; is )** " ta Ik* 4mnn Miwr *o the w??k} ihm woa add a ear tali, omouat of |oft*o?or mUM to be 'ion*. Tko toa...

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

I " I ^AMUSEMENTS TODAY I Five Big Time Keith Acti. I TkrN pfrformnrft dally, at I . 7M and II. I Also plrtarra ahown. i g?. ' I AME&SAN llsr Viola Dana ks' , -1*"Puppets of Fate." MALTO Harold Lloyd "Grandma's Boy" ALIO ? "BsdUd of Fisher'*- Boarding House" JEFFERSON PERUCHI STOCK CO. OFFERING "Smilin' Through" Rnrrrt Sral TIcktK on Sale llenrhrj'it Phone 1202. | PARK Rldwrd vCSBdrthelmess T J uTTbe f \ i-Bondboy ADDER FEATtRKS Master Kraloa la "COPS" "KING VINTER" A SCENIC Notice?Taxpayers! Taxes are now due and payable fo City and State at my office. Fiv per cent added December flrat 1> aot wait for notice bat call Thanksgiving D.iy coming on No Nomber JOth, office will be clos*< that day and November t'J will b the last day for payment. Tax Col lection Department will be closed ci December flrat for several days, fo the payment of taxes in order t make settlement with the City Aud Itor. Allarrangements to save th five per cent penalty should be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 November 1922

fisiS pje ^cattake 331TotHd-^\Teuis sssj VOL. 40.?No. 120. 22 PAQE8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY ARTERNOON, NOVEMBER 17, 1922..^ ' P R I il 8 THBBBCBNTS | MET TOLD OF MING'S LEGISLATION Ship Subsidy Forms Keystone of Program to Be Presented In vBrlef Message Next Tuts day?Appropriation Bills: Second On Program With Farm Credits, Rail Laws and Tax Exempt Securities In Order. ., 0 Bar Kenneth W. Clark. Washington. Nov. 17.?President Hkrding today presented to the cabloet the tentative draft of his message to the special session of Congrsea. which be Is expected to deliver at -the Capitol In person Tuesday afternoon. Only a few minor details remained to be cleared up before the message Is ready for final presentation, it was said.. The President is anxious to secure approval of his cablast to tha draft befora putting It In final form. Tha message Is said to be short, bat foreefut. and deal* almost exclusively with the Merchant Marine Act. to which tbe Administration is pledged. Othe...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 November 1922

big fight sure Kin rj. bill SCummins Will Press For Amendments While Pro3 m Cpocciv/oc Mqv Aim At Pnm. 11 ^ yi vwwit vg hi w f~x ?iii r~% win 15 plete Repeal. B* Waghingt on. Nov. 17. ? t Hv the gMInternational N .<-:vice,i? ?' Freeh rom another conference JJJwlth President Harding on the railroad situation, Senator t'uiH^jmlns, Republican, of I ?a. de< clarcd today it v. as ? .??*. t:r:n inten. fetlon to press upon Cor gross soon * series of amendments u> the "STEicTT CuhuuTna TrUt,sp..:t:i'lou Art. W which lo be'.ie\cd should be acted fjlupon favorably without turtlier tieSlay. | While the House i? wrestling with the sh:p subsidy bill, the Si nJr.tite will have little to do. and Cum? inins may decide to reopen them 11i ?)road question at once in the upper . chamber while it is watting to bee i what Is done with the subsidy tneasujure in the lowqr one. I, Cummins admitted thai lie faced a |(l,hard fij;bt Those Senators who are l.t^emandiiiK the rrpc...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 November 1922

I NAVAL PACT COSTS I IAPAN ABC SI I Lund of Nippon Most Spend I , $05,000,000 to Oonforta to 9 Washington Conference. I Toklo. N?T. IT.?(Br International Nt*? Service.)?It It ruing- to coat Japan an even <?5.ooo.ooo to undo years of work Involving millions of H yen anil many wall-lava* ash a?a of statesmen. That Is tha figure sot _ ?. w >crap naval v?m?Ii to conform to the Uashlngton con ferenpe naval treaty. Tlecently the Kaca. riant super* dreadnought. once destined to be the pride of the Japanese Navy, and the Toaa. arrived at the Yokosuka Navy Yard. Hoth were launched near the did of the Wasftlngten confer* ence. and llttta work was done on them after that. When the Japanese . launch a battleebtp she la supposed to bo abont M par cast completed? H. at lode! that was the argument ad vapce^ ert Washington by the Klp The kotUesbma AsaM. Khlklshlma. - Klaeu. Vlkasa. Weehlmn JCStort. 8at euma Akl and Bettsn and tbe battle cruisers Ikuma. Kjirama and Iknbl are to...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 November 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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