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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

MIL-SITES CO REMODEL STORE! Changes to Salem Avenu Building Give Model Wholesale Quarters. Caldwell Sites Company haa jui Completed the remodelllnr of* thai building fronting oa Jeffereon Stree and Sale in Avenue. Tha firm recent 1y purchased a part of the old Stew art building fronting thirty feet o < Salem Avenue and extending bacj to their present building. a dlatanc of fifty feet, thereby forming aa "L Tha sntira st r t?r?f n ra ???. - * ?? -- modeled after plane deelrned b Architect Frye, and the constructlo work waa done by E. M. Herrlngdo A Co. The work has been under wa elnre July. The main bulldlnr. fronting ?0 fee on Jafferaon Street, la three etorlei and extending back one hundred an aeventy feet. The flrat floor con talna the book, atatlonery, mual< Sporting sooda and^ f%pcy_ goods de floor" la devoted entirely to ortic furniture and. equipment. The thlr floor la .used for attrege purpoaei The building front In* on Halem Ave nu# la uaed exclusively ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

l|| SOCIAL A* I MBS. J. W. I I Offloi Honrs: 9 to 10 . MI "" ' co?rKs#io\ Myheart divides Itself with thru Pti Th# twilight lingering M Ortroofa. half dreaming, and the a At daybreak, and the spring. The twilight la your thoughtful bri .The aea your careless grace, Bgt And aprlng. with budding leaf a bough. la laughter on your fare. - Oh. do not Judge n.e hastily Who seem o love untrue; My heart divides iiarlf v .th three < lint earh Is part of you. < ?-Helen Frasee-How er in the Ant | can Toetry Magazine. He-aatlfal At Home .Friday efw^hooti Mns. Walter B. Hancock, and daughter. Mrs. lxn Telfht, were Joint hostesses of g- j lovely MAl Home." at their resldcn It on Clarke Avenue. 8. W. The entl lower aulte of roofs were beauttfl I with yellow Chrysthpmuma. exce tlngr the dining rootwVhlch was d J- ggaated ?-HK pim, L|*~ klany tall pslma and ferns we used effectively with ehryaauth r mums In baskets and vases. K ? In the JAyifyr-room where the t table wa*plactd"...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

' r i k v 7 . jljip $2.50'' Costume V '.||||| Special, $1.5 ' Navy, brown and black*. ' ^py/ inches. Fast dye and fast p ? unusual value at thi3 spccia f ' ( > , U 1 t|||? Splendid Lint LJnenn of pure Belgian flax1 A where the world's best linens nI fcj 70-ineh Damask of excellcr tfyjyished, in a pleasing assortmen ; *1 terns?A specially good value * ; \ ,ai 22x22-inch Dinnet* Napkins, \ ^01 variety of choice patterns?J i\y dozen ....... A M . Round Pattern Cloths of pur (J W terns that are unusually prett Size 70x70 inches ' 22x?2-inch Napkins to matcl * 70-inch Silver Bleached Dan kind that wears?Special 64-inch All Linen Damask, and good wearing??A good vah Lovely Damask Pattern Cl< ?* P^ttcrn8' *n 8^ze? From Our Art S fWk Thanksgiv ?<$15^ A 36-lucb l-uncb?on S?-t of flue pure flax?four uapklns to match ?ha, *uhle cpver?tha edges " cm*oJ?;jU broldered fu blue, black, orango . -1||< '?Ksrr::.......::.$5.oo jffe Asbestos Mats to i??Ss? Pr...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

m BBa. *?3P^?? ? i MP I The Roanoke World-News I lv BatabllaDed t MS ftUAKUKK VA I PubllM (Wf D? bnOI Sunday J.. n?tC9 WUHI-U CtlKDUKATIO.N. BtbL^. Rl?l? Olllldlm Knarokr. V a I k.' JUMius h- riaHBiR.s rumor Mrmbrr* of ^ l AdMm Kratgaptf fubliabeia Aaeodatiae C , llAlbcrtl Neeapapcr Publebrra AatodltWD p? ? Tbf AaancluM t'rrM % Aadil Bureau of llrcmalloa TIm Aaaocla'.eO l*r??a ta eacluaiaaly en l ^U<d In tbf uh for repuMicatioo of ell IB I WW <m>?icbn rieiiuu to It * not r (- otkaralM credited to tair paper too aiau II F. MlMI w?a tiuhmnrO hrrrin I mRElUN RtCI'RESENTATIV E enlWl A Ultra loo Sf? lr.ru anr> ctaicaar I J latand at FnetoDire at Uoenoke. Virginia. H ? at Secomi 1*1 ?ar Man Mailer Kfr . RATES IN ADVaN K IS Casta per ere* uajiNe to carrier. V I ?' - > per rear payable at Ibe office BY MAIL Cally. one year ....... .*.T......... 15 UP Bl] Bally, all Cioutba ID5U I* Uuly. tlaree onnr.be SI Ml Bally, one mop lb S') HI TELS...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

[??? hsshttv Sty? ilt? (Published b; f A/ ?> . v. i i Editbi tMWUM ' WII-.IAJI PAKMKK. UjOYD T1 Pageant Given By Members Of Tk? r.;j. ru.K A AAV VII AO V1UU A beautiful pageant w?> alven by the club mtmUri at the flirts' t'hitf meeting y?it*rdtfy afternoon. The subject wm "World KilloWihlp Corn" rnunton." It being riven In 'con neetloo with "World Fellowship Wwl." The general- theme of the pagc-ahl waa the fact that modem rlrl? are ? very much morn Interested In world Work Mian the ulrl of yeaterdiy The leaSlng parts were tuk.-i hy y,s?Jteborra IVrry a*-"Th?- Clrl of Yesterday." by Mlaa .Kvelyn 1'reatou a? "The DIM of Today. and by Mlaa )<aa*t Jtumn aa "The Hplrll of-the Y \V. C. A." - Other .chaiactera wef* "Flllplnes" by Mlae Prance* Ku under*. "Japan." by Mlaa Mamie b'grroll. ' "Oriental Indian" by Ml?* l.?Vil*e .Inn- i klii. "American Indian" by Mlaa Helen i MfNeal, "Liberty' by Mia* Amber Bennett. "Ireland" by Mlaa Jewel Miiaon. "Prance" by M ?a...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

!lp WD 1 MALE CHORUS PUN |j" FAILSTO MATURI Proiiminarv Rehearsals Fai * to Develop Interest Sufficient fa* Prfrther Action II-,-' l.USt ? n 111 * 1?-? I f ! i ,-t? ! <<>1111 Ke ft* aruund to way that they w.-io or ? " *anl*iiK a male eh..ru* among N *nd \V. ten and suggesting It w ui \ * matter of nc?f a up g est lot wua not only or.' of truth. I.ut I af .> was timely... Jlu?. soit.ehi'wr th< [Vj- tJtusle reporter <li<in t connect "witI . the story In time for last week'i ft [J* more* the pity Because If' ' now there isn t any. construction S.4 j story In U. . Starting ?'ut* oft "a silll hunt earl) ! " this week so as not to 'gel lout-1r the rush again. the tirst Infoi tuatlor ? ' gleaned was that tlo re i? no mal< chorus. There v. .<s a nucleus. ;.nt *llqrd?n Baker, it is understood. direeled one or tue> rehearsals, liui the requisite Interest was not illsI played and afte...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

?; ??> : ; tV ' -w > " v. :" z/;w,' ' v" ' ' I ! I I I K _ S * ' , <rn li.' J f I fie puDiisne ed by carrier wil > f /* ' ,'s > The chief reasor amounts to \c a copy \ the increase the carri< j fore afforded the deli At 2Jc a day de * * \ .- ? * "" ' ' 'W;\y pS - ' y T elegrap *j When the old ca: j one wire service. It * Since that time, two |i ers now receive three J in the State receiving ed Press wire has be< ing the best State ne*v tonal News Service e leased wire service o: J rence's daily dispatcl gp Camp, John B. Fost< j|: and financial news, a \ B I These improver K twelve cents a week K of sixty thousand pe H * * * ii>? *-? Sh "< ^ k -j| Eg Despite the fact || readers to pay more i Ej News have enjoyed ? ffi the larger Southern i p>, V Lynchburg A # Norfolk Led( Richmond Nc ffl * Atlanta Jourr .'vl Atlanta Georj fV ? Augusta Hera K Macon News HP Savannah ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

I ?' & ' ONE-THIRD Of F SMOKERS Ri'Y ; 8 CENT C^ARS I Biggest Percentage. However, Willing to Pay Ten Cents For Favorite Brnr.-.I. Government Experts Se.y. n> II. K. ltrin.il<U. Silmationv. \.m . :v .. . stuff Ej.W'anlilncf u v * \ tir thr nbilnumt 'ii i. -.-.t i i - , . I >r ?p ii'i I .Anifrlr;i 11 I of t!??. . w i v. . . t nt I the nhr\ . I J?*v m..rt -.-I, : . I tjr.oK.-, I v 'licli TmIui'I'I). I T! I . iiri itn:i!>>.> !" t i11 > in th^ ! Wl'i. M... ? yr v..,? u ' 1*4? .3 ) ) . j . i ?, - I . ;r ? iirKt4" r : . .* ; i' .1 i? th??. **?un?r. .ii ; : i - _ : VK .i: , ?: . |>:..* f: mi Hv. I . K-W ii.., , : ? 1 7 i - ; of nil t h n . : ? . : 1 > n. i : I fact n r. < !, i. .. m v11, ! ? from i nr r. Mi. : ? ri.> .1 per nt- ?2'". f :' < 1 I '' ! nusi-' < i i i. f. lor in.,- w j?,:- . j r . , nt -a r t I . ?>e cr I. ! ' . t...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

I I HeavyPnnishme I Liquor Vendor I Cams Appealed From Polio I Fines In Corporation Co I ferred To As "Bootleg I Waging An A I Hoary punishment was meted c I Court yesterday. Jim Hnlreton. colored, who wai days 10 Jail la Police Court, appss and when tried yesterday b*?~re a 9390 and ninety days L. jail. i case eight pints of liquor were feun Norfolk Avenue. The liquor was Yoatb found Uslllr ?P. X. Moses, a grocer, was found guilty on a liquor .chars* by a jury in Corporation Court and his punishmcnt was fixed at three months In tali end a fins of 12U0r Mm ...---I. .< f Wmuii'i Auxiliary Will Nt?l. Notice la given rtiat th5 Woman's Auxiliary to the Ameriran Uflan. Poet No. 1*. will meet In the I'oet room Monday at S:SO r. M. All mem* bers are urged to be pre'aent. f; Mr. and Mra. J. V floodoln. of WiufieM. Kaa.. are Yleltln|r their mother, Mra. Elisabeth Goodwin. at the homo of Mra. Gross. and also Other relatives. Mr sera. p. R. Richmond and C. G. Jfartman. of Hoston .we...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

IVI " i" *WW-T? *w-^ ? ? ? - mi8-wfst rm If foop.' stars IR Micliifjr.i, C: . a lln> ncsota, M")trc Datnc r.r.d ...... Others P-e-'-:rt Havers Wcri'i .hiry. W &f * s . , c . kil- ' M'i?.. . !. t b:.u Rr> i*i t !> -K H'.V. K tf,. .. . ? * ui I!i f.. I j cur 011 U?<! foil if play. J'rof. Frank H s HaydMi. ?f Illinois, T*eMitly <ir?ipJ-,? prd dead while wat< hlnit the Illinois v iriim , 'n a name against Car,tti?i;e. 1"\nte mer.t In WIh i iI lo have Ik en .? the cause, lie w:.s i Vale graduate. J*-? JK1 r \ Class A League ^ MntiillifK of l luhs. > \Vi'*i iNist 1VI. Sterling 33 * .'6m f .r. C. T 1J p .171 fa* Rovnl* :< i:. .i.'s (*" J'nlaee . |J . The f?te*iink ? h"l>t".| iM'i the load In Class A ) ..i u !? last nljtlit by taking three ?irui^ht chines frotn the f I'. C T Huffman 13.e v ;t ncrs ' look all Ejf>. the tlO|H I- li.i\ .*1 v 1 i-'h sfllirle I'll!:" im- wl.h...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

r* *'^7^v u .. . - , ' i <" * '.. * .. * > " WAA .> mle WORLD NEWS cumin mtwiMN nam t* III* onrnm WW* M Ik* DM Mf*tf mMM 94* HI took AM inmni dowtiotwa trktly t jArirafpi sc^ui ?Mb r*tt? to iMt-mrai am rWuotr* <o miimm toon HUH mMtaaaUMitmM oot pwnmj. S *+ '"* "? A(i mimmnn moat Nmnm . . nA'111? ms? * ???? t'sJor^W Wli notm (us. SPECIAL NOTICE! When you place a keyed advertisement In The Roanokn Times or Hoanoke World-News, "get your receipt with the key and number on it. We cannot give out answeri to blind advertisements unless you have your receipt, or prove ownership of the advertisement. Don't ask us questions about keyed advertisements ? they are confidential and no information will be given out. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT gtJTUifoMLga NEW CHEVROLET "COUPE""* USED ESSEX*To\'RISC CAR r. w. WMtraacAMTBs. SMM.?*. eiee roe Mil fcl w. rwtlto* WUI ucbtoft far K*. PkoM 9vn. "s/svvttr srssv*" KM FOR SAL*?Ov-rlaed *0 Tnurta*. Oaod Mrr?....

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

I [TOUBTEEy I I Biuineis Today Tho r?Ut lee lmpor(?n<''' of varlot I BW.In the family budic? i )>-> u? I ftrnon.. a irreat ehsnte within tl at decode. end In the opinion < ! v fiePT economists It is lik- v l-i ? > 1 trfHga^ethtr chance* In the net future. .It used ! be Ii>?urard Iji fen a It Of the etuily of workmen Budgets that a> In om? i-.ofi a*< .1 tv ' #Br?-entane of e.&px-ndltim * for sul I tSHWtOOOe decreased, -ttint > f xi>f:h) tHree for clothlmr t etna i n?*d ne.irl i constant. ami that < r . xpend.turi t for rent remain' I m l th; j l of expenditures fi.r ?': ill lf? il Li creased. The war and the housin hortaae. ho*e\<r. I .jve upset u * calculations With. Mc.?r<l t? ?xpend E f? lama for rents, mil t/i?- automobl nod Other luaiirh *. online t \\ some dealers, are en remch'lntr o the allowances made for ol"thln In the pr...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

Market and Fi STOCK MARKET IS TITTLE CMED ? : vcr.*Udus trial Specialties Show Weak Spots, But General List Does Mot Respond. i ??? Br ItMft r. W<a|. (By Special laiNd Wire to The Hoanoke-World-Newa.) ? Wall Street, N, T-. No*. If.?Very llltl* chance' occurred la any of the atarkete todaar. . Htoeka noted <ndeciel*ely with the greater part, of the llet holdiaa eteady. yet ?kh a laMelaat of Individual weak spot* to prevent oy further rooovcry. Measured W recent itradtrd*. trading was dull. . It waa a conditio* where profeasloaal opinion waa eery much divided, but where the preponderance of be Met waa that the worst f the rec'ent liquidation -had been teen and that brokers' loans had been brought down once more to conservative dimensions. Weakness cropped out again in a number of industrial specialties, but this waa to ba as I down as postponed ll'iultiuliob In a cists of stocks which could not be readily sold until ths general market had steadied. Among these we...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 November 1922

Ik sixteen . I I BRYAN'S WEE] II Jesus the Gr< It By William j HI Ik; H Jesus the (ireat ,MiKsionary? > Luke ti.J tt can:#- t.? |'.v?u afterwnrt |^B ninl <11 Inf. |w? ir? hit. it mil fhewlnj (lutl: ?ti<] the itti-lte were with hin C A till certulr. ui if.en. ?hliii hud tiei. Mttry ta.'lej M ># iiilnif. out of And Ji'.tt;;u the ?\lfe of China I 1 other*. wJiO'h r;.r>:*tere?i unxo mm * Arrd they arrived at the Country of Galilee. AnJ when he W' i.t f??r'.h to land. tr?n. ? hIch htvl devil* long time, an lioutt. hut 111 the t ,inib?. . When lie a\y Jesus. h<- rrlr.y ,OUd \olir na 1.1 What have 2 t>i do * high? 1 beseech thee. tormfiit me n i t'or he h.fl commanded tne u Kor oftentimes it had caught Itlnv. a in fettyii. a i.l loir.brake the bands w lltlerne??. t \nd Jesu* a?ke,l liim. ?ayIn*. W l ecaUHt1 many d? \ .is were entered 1 And tiny besought hlni that he v the deep. And there was an herd of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 November 1922

F sis Elje ^oauakeJEtl aSi-^eix)^ ^ VOL- 40,-No. 22 PAGES T^A.Y ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 20, 1922. - PRICK ThTFb^cTnT^B DEMOCRATS * OFFER STIFF . OPPOSITION ( Fight Against Harding Administration Looking to Success in 1924 Expected , to Mark Special and Regu I I OTIUVBV Wilt n?V? IU BltTl niH ICHQ* rahlp of hit party to the utnoit It tht ihlpplnc bill la not to turcumb to the <tvt(t Opposition of lb# minority. 11 ease WUI Pnaa BUI. Tha nuntroM Rtpubllcan majority In tkt Hquao of lit, which hanga over until naxt March, to believed aufflciant to aasnro the shipping ? >" !><> <Inc the lowar chamber >y an exceedingly amall ma rain. In tho laaatt, however, it will moot with, ram ah handling under the -direction At gfr Damoertfh loader* and two of ? tho moat militant of tho Republican Insurgents?Uorah, of Idaho, add LaFoil title, of Wisconsin. Few Benatora could ho found today, seen among tho...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 November 1922

I I ? TWO KISS AGAIN IN ROLE OF HOSTS 1-ausanne Setting For Near East Conference ? City Takes On New Life and Society Flocks to Its Shelter. jvr ' . ?_ Lausanne, Nov. 2T?< By The LMOCtated Press.)?The Nvnr Kast eteo conference hero was formalf opened nt S:45 o'clock this afsrnoon. President llaal) of Switzrland. the presiding ofiicer of the waning session, entered the hull A that hour and read his welcoming address to which Lord Curson, ho British for< kga secretary, rc"Lausanne. Switzerland, Nov. 20. -(By The_A3auc!als,d. Press.) ? twttserland. nt whose capital and arger cities many International Onferencos have been staged, again host for a gathering of diplomats rho come to discuss one of the mo. t Sport a nt problems "before the rorld at the present time?the iroblcms of Turkey and the Near Since the armistice convention aiding hostilities between the Ireoks and Turks was signed at Bdudttnla, more Dnn a month urn. Rho Near East p*>&ce ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 November 1922

NOTED LECTURER [ . COM TO CITY Roanoke Rotary Club Brings Charles E. Baker Here 9 December 5th Tho Roanoka RoMrv Clob baa arJ ranged to brln* Dr Chaa. K Barker v Michigan, to Roa _ - on xueaoay, I December tlti. The first InctUra will be tor High School students. at 1:00 .< b'clpck la the afternoon -in the an. dltorlum of tho tee Junior Rich School. Tho subject for this lecture will he "How. to Make Tho Most Oat f of Life." and all High School stu dents, both boys knd girls, will be I asked to attend. I Immediately followlnir the lecture I to the High School student*, and at the tame place at 1:30 o'clock. Dr. Barker will deliver hia lecture for f woman, aatltled "A. Mother's Rela ' tlon to Her imughter." Thla tocture * "prill he for -women only and all of -the women's societies- of ItOanok* . wilt- be asked to~ co-operate with the V S^LTADS I Little drops of aand and llttla drops of water, make cheap paint look like *' It hadn't oonhter. Paint that Is chaap and not adult...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 November 1922

I GERMAN CABINET I NOT YET SETTLE Hctano Is Having Difficult^ Forming Government?So cialists Form One Stumb ling Block. 'v Berlin. Nov. ?o ? (P.v Oir A-h.h- a ^ W Prfii.) ? Nearly u *>i k lias pax *d ?lnr? the ?-?1 . n "li.iMi i-ll HTWIrtli rtnnnoil and the nilnl?tcrl ^KhrlaU la considered to be still f from settled When Herr I'unn a H Mpttd the task <'f < on?titut>n?r tea cabinet of work, na lie dcscrlbi BR, It was hoped he would have i ?"v or hi le.-ixr m'st tham filled by today, but such dlf Oultlea have developed that t I* b Hevod likely he may even khantti the effort altogether The fhancelior-deslg n> t < finds hit Self balked In hi* plan* to ?*ru at cabinet made tip of the Mldtf *nd Socialist parties. a* th> Sons lata, opposed to what thev ter Herr "uno's "free hand" policy, hu Toted through the t'nlted Socl.vllai BffSClltlve 1'a.rlv Uourd, to nbara Jron taking uiy ministerial por .folio*. Thcv bane t...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 November 1922

' I .J - ^ ** ' ., ' 1 i -J ' Clearance i ' 100 Dresses R J } .This group of Dre B creations in Crepes, j?m-> M.1-1 m v I aaa meuu cicrcna?iaam emoon wear. Moat * I ,"a-HC com^'na^?nBa* - brown, henna and decidedly reduced i jAJBHR& Formerly from ! m - Reduced S16'7S I ill A Sale? | Another special lot of Dresses that are co I in Canton Crepe, Poiret Twill and Tricoti I popular material, is also combined with son r browns. Navy and black. Most -every sty] straight-line, basque models and the new p range of trimmings is included. When you s appreciate their remarkably low price. ft*". J H* Rvtwrwi, firkaaf,! mr apyrtrr r"'* . . v J / ' 1^1 \ * * * ' m V Women's Fabrichant ^ U * Gloves are $2.25 I Hands that wear gloves will be I ^ "well cared for in these. The new pop* ular gauntlet with strap all the way I around wrist thfct has pearl buckle it An Wlr Tn hrnnrn nnnirM nnrl urwl -I A glove for general wear. ??Melf li? l?t flow. ! \ i; <. .. . . , .. ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 November 1922

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