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

HpPPPI^PPP|PiRiRV^IP9R^ TO PRESS PLAN TO fi OUST DAUGHERTY i . . Attorney General Agreeable to Early Disposition?Backers J of Charges Bay Election Strengthens Hand. i? Washington. Not. t?.?(By'the Associated l'ress)?Announcement that they intended to "vigorously push impeachment proceedings against | _ ?wwinr general, "was mad* In ] B ? a Jolal atatemsnt jitiirriliy by RepI -I lesentatl ve Kellar. Republican. Mln1ncaota. who presented the original - Impeachment chancre to th? Houaa. and Mepre*cntatl\ e Woodruff. lieB publlcah Michigan. I ';* will not be deterred from our - lna)M?ace that the Judiciary Com in it tee act upon the resolution to tnBi able the Impeachment of Mr. 1 mug h r erty. to proceed to trial before the Senate.' amid the statement. "We demand that the Judlcclary Cemmlt-. I tee hear the evidence agalnacI Dougherty or atate openly that It I refuaea to let the country know bote I ' be haa conducted himself la office." I V At the time the Kellar charges i _ were conaldr...

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

rf W P SOCIAL AND I MRS. J. W. SHI Office Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M Phi i of ' ' isuia\ mi aunt. ^ h# l*iy morning her kro a\ * i Ti K? th? pcari) cur\ (hat night ha* niHnc MUuBkI)' drpurtiDU. li" 1 ado ^Hl1 tot?r to dlminUhrd irliKinti. ^^KaMaMtou* mualc?rnt > dew ' cupped thine* ^hmttua in mnr ?lt?lltrrd. *untouched *: 1 n ^ MD ummr i 11 cd (mil.re i >(>? ? of hN?Sa-tlhgrd with frost, dimmed by recurring spring* he Ay face of autumn. flushed nd fresh l youth ar:e.?ted rm rnent beautiful calm exalted with uptctarcj, I bo aoul aren burning through tramVjactnt flesh. t Widow robed In sombre vetla and : ?uu.lomlnrd by the gold of memory I "Vlrrinla UcllnrmhK?Ktoni Thr . tryrlc. Utarr At I ocali) llub. Mttl>' Country C'.nb ntrniU- rt tumbled at the club '<it Saturday nlgnt ?r the week-end iljnrf. Tl. -e ;>rrs- 1 it Included: Mures Virginia Snred. Ktberlne Camp. lhirothy Huckticr. laaaa Tick nor. Murgari t Smith, and Irglnta He...

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

I v. * v -'i-. I' COAL IS LOADED | nn I Figures of New York Central Wg Railroad Show 64,032 || Cars Per Month Yofk'' Nov- 14?WUh only mi tZlrsnlalnF durl?? ??? 4 L.*'* T^fu ^ *1 ?P "a" ?' Ik* T ? ? *?'* Caatral Railroad Com P?I>jr, vp to Noveoibor 1, 7J bar m>i of ?b. total lotded in thV ^mi , ' P*Hod of lUl, when mlnlnr ? A?t In I 1 progress during entire ten- months' The figures war* mad# public br tho railroad company. Ths total loadlrg on tba New Tork Central linos during 111] to Norember 1 was ?o.i#l car*, or 1C.MI.M# ton*, aa against 421.1(1 car*, or 11.2(7.(11 too*, (or tb* same period of last year. Tb# rag# of monthly loadings during 1(21.was 41.(70 car* In tas fir# months of mlptng this y#ar th# monthly average ha# - b#en (14)It car#, or tt.oat car# a month mn than th# average of last year. This Indicates an Increase in aysrage monthly loadings of (S.I per cent. / f?rr?4 ? Work r##t#l. Th# railroad* faco th# problem of getting to Its destinations In th...

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

*r - 1 {69,600 IN GIFTS TO VIRGINIA FOR 2 COLOREDSCHOOLS ! Four Different Funds From I Without the State Will Provide That This Year. |;1. ?r CARTER W. UAKKC1.EV f Richmond. Nov.' 18.?Krom four ' I differ?; t funds, private endowjnenta for n?tro education, Virginia will rooolvo $68.800 for the present aesrjtfon. Superintendent Hart announced I t*4ajr. This sum Is a gift to Vlr\ f.L?> from outside sources and la en- I weiy uptn rrom mo KUle taxes or Stat*' appropriation*. Tho Jea ne? Kund disbursed through 1 Or. James H. IMllivrd. of Charlottesville. Virginia. Mas founded by a Quaker lady o.f Philadelphia about twelve years ago for negro education in the South The ti4.S2S.Oti reMlved from this fund for the present year 111 be used to help pay aalaries of fifty-four tS4> negro supervisors In Virginia who work In Bfty tSO) counties, as specified under the tirma of tho grant. Slates fund Provisions Tho Scaler Kurd, also disbursed by L>r L>lll*...

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

* MUSSOLINI WINS I . ANOTHER VICTORY ' 'v ' Italian Premier Brings French ' and British Peace Confer' enoe to Hizn?Meeting Satisfactory. Territet. Swltserland. Nor. JO.?(By a tho Aeeocteted mr? >?HompHbI. Itely'e Faacletl premier yeeterday afternoon flatly refuted the request of Pnnlfrfetnetrt and Lord Cvrson. which haa reached him here by telephone, to proceed to Laueanne and * confer there with the Fren-h end 1 British iUU(B*o. and, perforce. M. Poincere 'and Lord Curaon, who had plighted from their special train at Lausanno. not ah sard again and cama to TarrlteL They dined .with Mussolini at tha Grand Motal Dea Alpas. and latar, o?ar their coffee. dlacuaaad tha Kn? tehte'a program tot tha Near JBaat conference. Arrangements had keen made to serve this Atlanta dinner In Lord Curaon's hotel near Lausanne, where the American dalcgntaa nra lodged. Whan tha special train bearing M. Polncaro and Lord Curson (Tom Paris arrived at Lausanna tha mlnlatara started for thslr Quar...

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

I ' ' I l TWELV> Wm^ I (Published 1 I gl '? ;1M?ggacaaa* I HL" ' ^ A*?lftanl 1 LU>YP ' Blll(l>tl>All T pani To Play Game In ?r\ About Three Weeks lv Girls' basket-ball enthusiasts will M. bo ovcrjuywl- to llnd out that the It H 8- girls' team will make their iwB fcdsbut" -this within the next 71 thwee weeks. The girls ha\e been BW . prgctlcing hard for some time and J I by the end of this week are expected I to bs showing excellent form for the f ' Or at of fhe season. I y Although the teatn suffered a -f| handicap by losing its last year's l ? Btar forward, who stopped school a x? fsw days ago. It is expected to he R1 - last "a teafin' to go" by the end of ,'J tMs week. As vet the forward pol Bltlons for the Mrst gnnrss have not |UI been "Capttrred." although there Is ^y. keen rivalry for both places. This * week Coach Conrad will devote much P * of her time In working out different ' players for that position. In signal i'M Pr*ctloe and ...

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

^?- 1 \*Tht WELL-DRESSED MAN I By ALPRKD* STEPHEN BRYAN blank. dsrby. retbles m< Fi4? *r T*un<?r? Juit u ths poet warbled that "the aspirins fcV "* 1| * ?5l youth whl flred the Epheslan dome outlives /?> In fame the ploua fool that rals*d It." so v a * v? >C yount men par far mora bead to fade la I ^ 1 ' dreaa than thsr do to faahlona. Indeed, the youngster In this country has developed a n mods of dress which la distinctly his own. U whereas, over-ocean, his fashions simply reflect those of bla alders. ^HfV t It la quits natural that the chap In his ykjk ,'^K lata teens or early twenties should be keen / Wvs. on looking sophisticated, and this sophist!/ n A. ?^Tlhl^W cation takes tne form of a rough-and-ready f 1J\ HUl ^ air compounded of equal parts of caveman. If 'W VV\i football fan and praotloner of the Manly 11 ,U Nl ? 'art of Celf-Defense. U__-A x IM< Thus, we have evolved a peculiar type iTr * \a ArV/ who dresses with no...

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

.* # . 9 r ' I I I &vj\J i\ i [ ROANOKE MR*. R. K. TURPI * Asdre.a. 137 II reed HI rkuM, Ha tN Virginia I < ?!? L This la vrhat John r. Ilutcheaon, I' i of' Blackeburg. ?>? about Virginia | Ha a farming State; _ "Virginia farmers c<>me nearer VaRaJng themselves. their city brothltd their livestock than thejl ! faaonera In any other State In the I Hoyth. This Information was gath erod from statistics recently sent the lllrector of the Kxlrnsion Division by t he Division ?-f t'rop Kstlmstvs in ERIfhmnnd. The total coat of the food n<l feed needed to supply thejl . people and the |l\ stock of tin Stale for one >?nr Is esntlmated nt H3S.SSI.OOU. The total value of the food and feed produced In the State dur? , Ing an averaae sear la ISK.lTS.bOO. t There are approximately 2.3OS.0O0 I, ?r.? mi ouuv ui > nKinm. i nf *t* ? I *fh$urea rtinr thnt for earti Inhabt- < tmftt of thr Stale, together...

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

?.77" - , -r *** / " V ' "to . * ' ' ' ' ' ' ^BMMB3MS9BnMS9esn^snta Shakespearean \ Artist at Academy Moa and Tues. mil Ulk*r Ml Cimimt ? Prw<>< I "llninlr(" mm* ?T.uil?, mt Ik* Shrew." One* upon a tlma? and not 10 vary f{ lone ago at that?It wai cuatomary a Tor thoi* connected with things w theatrical to look with pity upon the man who had courage egoagh to take a company of Mhakeapcarcan actora pft tour. It had become an establishsd fact thai, no matter who it wag ft thars w*s paly on* raault? failure. A But tlmaa have chaugK). Instead of * failure, the mad who takes forth a company la the plays of Phakeaaeare la reasonably sure of gaiahur a earnhlftnra of mtmr>+mm f*. Wlmaj Rom* of tha vanimht. it lo troa. hava , ? poprljr repaid u ever. Uut that has nfriv <tu? for tha moat part I to causso olhar than Shakaspaara or his works. Oaa of tha blag set auccaaaas avar '"Haowa to tha Baahaspoaraaa world . HHiB | JEFI I B TH I BS Deli...

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

TiSTREN pCHING MAY BEl EASY-BUI HARDLY IKental Strain Is Discernible As Teams Develop Toward I Final Tests. I Kt - * if !.*?rrmrr frrry \ (Sptfltl Correspondent of The I Hotnoke W orld-Sc wK.> I New Y?rts7,Nov"'ili.-A'lfVoach W !l j H V. Bo per. of I'rtneetoit, iiotualfWint What he said and really said that he meant. the other day. when W declared he considers hie conchfit lob each fall an a vacation,-he Mida somewhat alone among footinll mentor*. Here's what lloper said In deny ? that he had ever given u thought the matter of resigning:." "I thorMhly enjoy my job a* coach of Princeton teams, and look fnrwnrd In t every fall a* a sort of .vacation." i In a West ern hospital there Is now i Bromine tit "Western coach who! reald In all probability refuse to IT. Roper's light views t?? to the mslnesa of coachlng'and It Is not so ertatn that Mr lloper himself, now th emldst of the strain and stress >f the annual Big Till so serl? s. would ktolt that his duties were ...

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

i ROME MAROONS SWAMP QUAKERS Giulford College Falls to Make First Down in 68 to 0 r* > Defeat LINE PLAYS GREAT GAMF """" * kbilitj to Follow Boll Accounts for Throo of Roanoke's Touchdowns The Roanoke Maroons d?nn?4 their track clothea Saturday afternoon and romped throuWi the-llghte> Ouliford eleven for ten touchdowns and Hart kicked of the try-for-polnta L divine Roanoke College tha lone end of a II to < acore. At no time In the content- did tb* .Quakers threaten to acore -and did not reels tea- a single first down durIne the earns. Crasler made three yarda through tha center of tha Ma* I roon line for the visitors only gain of the sahne. Ability to fellow the ball accepted for three of Roanoke's touchdowns end the remalnlne seven were made on atralsht football with an occasional forward pass. Roanoke started scoring early In the first quarter when Caldwell was " poshed over for the first counter and nad the ball attain on the Quakers ' five yard ?...

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

W* tTOHTBEN MATOAKAISA IJ REAL LIVE TOWM I3 Situated in Rich Mining Sec tion Large Population Lives I in Small Radius ll'\- f lletoak*. "W. Vj< Nov. 1 * ? I.?>1 ate< I, 91 mile* ?< ?t .if I i hot I H <h? Vlrjrlnlan and Norfolk K. U'rat ^B jfcm RalUny. I.? 11.. t<>\? n I pl*tDaku. with two [>aiauBXrr train! H kleiljr on thP former r> ?'J xiiiilo thre< B itraln* daily puaa in either dlrectiot ^B JWI the latter. ! The town i? ?lttinte<l In the hrari * ltrpl1* tnlnirir errttoti. severs uwrge opfrallciu "i 1 |>r?xlinltr. An nmnin1 population live! within a radlous of a few mile* whlct ' pnaterlally Increase* the Important of Mat oak a* a trade center. t ttljr UrirlopmcBt Ukunn. During the past tear wonderfu Improvements ha\> bet n wrought In the town. About a year nK" the Matoaka Grocery Company. ft large wholesale concern ?a* organized . irlth a ...

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

Pr WAN 11 I WORLD NEWS I cmIM ?d?trti?tf?f rata* Tc m?. ^ -ounttna ?nrdr la tW ?N D?ap<w nnm ?4r wm M A.U iMipM sdrrrtioinr ilftrtu <?li la sdvsnas I Maa (Ml 'IIM la laac-Ura m ' nlatM >a tMrtmiiw Jd own ?rMn ?Bani>f*nm sot wwim I Ma Mia or Mm* MmUmm im gwailM "i-td I AU Muro??0t? MUM rWK-h UM iiiOMM ntrxa by ft 30 o m fn? 1 public*tloa mii moron*. SMorOry* jt * by a m photo sua L SPECIAL NOTICE! When you place a keyed advertisement in The Roanoke Times or Roanoke World-News, our receipt with the key and number on it. We cannot give out answers to blind advertisements unless you have your receipt, or prove ownership of the advertisement. Don't ask us questions about keyed advertisements ? they l are confidential and no information will be given out. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 4UTOV IISI..KS FOR BALI?Too sad half truck, cheap. Call Utl WM FOB SALS?R*o rw. flrul-r'ua cond ltoo WUI ?? ?? lor lot. phocq 3072 093S FOR BALE?Ore?l*iy1 *0 "...

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

H ; TWENTY I CAR Mr are I SHOWING DECLINE I > Firm Products Show Much I Strength?Foreign Demand Boosts Position of Ameri can Cereals. 4 ' N*w York. Not. 50?(Py~the AnoI '..jUtcd Pro**.)?-Continuation ?f a H' USk rat* of Industrial Itv nrt-1 H tlafactory progress .if fall trade ar* Indicated l.v t ;.. t.'i" H pant *nk St?e! production. If ?nything-. Improved ami l< now elated to bo between TS and So per cent of country's capacity. Cotton cor.sumpH Hon returns thuw that textile nulls i Uaed 634.000 bales In Oetolo'r. this usury owing 19.000 larger than (or J September and setting a new high record- (or any month plnrr June 1(10. Soft coal production has continued at a rate of about 10.700.000 a week, or at about the" beat attained - . alnce the end of the strike Perhaps the first sign of a seasonal Blackening which must be ? *! pected la furnished In the statistics of car loadings Total loadings for the week ended November 4 amounted to 991.00a cars, which Is som...

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

I "m I i Market and Fi L EXCHANGE IS | MARKET FEATURE M i. jr Financial Developments In I Continental Europe. Holds I Interest of. Wall Street. I Br Stvart P. Wnt. I ' ZZ7 Special Uwcd Wlr* to The Boa. noke Wcrld-News.) ' ..Wall Street, New York, Nov. 20.? In view of the supreme importance I attached to the financial situation of Continental Europe In all discussion of the outlook here, the principal point of Interest in today s stock market occurrence* wit* the further recovery in the'foreign exchange. French franc* at one time were quoted ever a eetit above itoelr low " of 9.J7. lew than two week* In tbla fortnight they have rotrm ted a.11 the ground toat In two months, ilel-_ . a tan franca have had a scarcely leaarapld rebound, while Hterllng above 94 it, where' it wa? veiling at one I time today, waa within two cent* of 1 the year. made laat-June. in a broad way there was evidently erne connection between the IraSfovemrnt In the exciianc's and the opes eapreased that the new He...

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

I TWENT? TWO B PERMANENT PEAK I IS NOT EXPECTED I, . I Outcome of Lausanne Meet, If I Favorable, Perhaps Would I Mean Only TempoI rary Lull. I k TtfU, Nov. 20.? (Itv the Associated I Fre^a)?While the tjausanne confer ??ce has assembled to -brlme to a I flhal pe ttlemenl the Inxt ecrtes of I war that were i>art an.l parcel of the *re*t Kuroponrt conflict, there in I till much speculation us to where peace or w.ar will l>e the outcome of that co ference. In many quarter* it la felt that if peace 1* digued It will be In effect a n.ere truce. It la known that the Greek* are already seeking loan* whereby they may. be able to equip their ortuy and make up for the munition louses "which th?y eufftrub- during -retreat In Asia-Minor. The Greek* feel that tf they hold Salonlkl it must be by their own hands; they have before them the lesson'of the tnanntr tn which the allies gave n large portion of Thrace^lo the Turks. On the. other hand.. It is known that the Turkir ftre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 November 1922

? ZslSi pje IRoanokf Poflii-^retu^ r | P VOL. 40?No. 123. 22 PAQB8 TODAY R OANOKE, VIRGINIA, T U E S D A Y A F T E R N O O N T N O V E M B E R 21, 1922. PRICE TtiKKK C B N T 8 | I ' ' " ' ' - ' ! ' ' -' "" '?'' ? 1 ' - 1 ' ' -.1?i-.-lXJ ll VIEWPOINT OF U.S. GIVEN 10 - PEACE MEET ?? i Richard Washburn Child . . Spokesman?General Attitude ExplaiftecTIn Secret ~ 1 Session?America Will Neither Vote Nor Sign Any Agreement Reached?U. S. Observers Confer With Curzon and Poincare. ? r I ???. By Frank E. Mmou. Lausanne, Nor. 21.?(By the International New? Service.)?Richard Washburn Child, American am* [ bassador to Italy, and one ot the tktM American observers at tfre Near East peace conference, addressed the pesce delegates in secret session. .today, explaining the i general attitude of the United States on Near East Issues. Although the Americans will exsrriiu pnnilddpa Kins tnnral Inftnanea they will not have a place on any _ of the committee*, nor will they vote upon any clauses of the t...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 November 1922

jgy tiro .. Y. M. C. A. WILL PUT OU CAMPAIGN It. Announcement Made That Annual Financial and Membership Drive Will J5c Held v.\v A UUlJi Announcrm.-Pt tf .? r' r :?fi-l ftJT MMIcl&l nrid tin m!-' '.i .1" ii > f , the r. M C A will I..- I 'M In tbo rljr part of fWruii" VO* v .? IMdr lajt nlciil ? V.wlnir l?j monthly mooting f tf- i f director* of tho A*-- .;. *! i in iv< committor ro : 5 Soveral otlior m.-i'tors < ' ? wer* Olacuasod In jul 'floti t?- t! y rorular routine I :i?in< Work In the \a-i rsr'm nt? , durlnc the I .?t ir. j-.'J. n ".! | ill* lor the fall and iv!r:#r : won ' pr?*?ntr-.l by S. .v. ?r:ry .1 1! Prtitlii ton. it wm* ...: ?! t ,i* h <i r...j;k. p. pbyaloal tli'r. v 1 . .1- , 1 n i I.Bent frotn I - t -t v. i . : v ;?* Minor* In I * . v i . < : K i inorrrn. T' < n* * in "Will "to" pur! 1 VI i' vlk'ir nd part, -'.-r : n ?|!1 !*< given t*i th . : ' ! .' >? rr.i...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 November 1922

. GOVERNMENT WILL PROTECT FEDERAL ' PROPERTY IN U. S. r Alleged Activities of Ku Klux ! Klan In Louisiana Is nkriK?or< i . ?? I <rfy AwmUIN Frraat Washington, Nov, 20?Auuran- < cm wert given Governor Parker of I Louisiana, today by President ! . Harding that wherever federal in- ] *- teroate were involved in the alleged j activities of the ).? Klnz Klan in that State the Federal authorities , were ready to extend full Cooper- i ation. Thin was in reply to a re- 1 I quest by the Governor for govern- ' - ment help in cutting off from the ( organisation in Louisiana the sup- i port and encouragement which be j aaeerted It was receiving from the < outside. 1 At the White House conference between tho President and Mr. 1 Parker, attended alao by Attorney s General Daugherty and the Attorney General of Louisiana. A. V. L Coco, it waa agreed that the State I government would be folly able to take care of the situation. The Govsrnor called attentio...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 November 1922

? I p>oc'B ' I PRIZE CONTEST I DRAWS BUM! m i Heirly Ten Thousand Roanok er? Ballot For Furniture I Oiven By Philip Levy & Co. H t 14 Whit III **!<! tn hav i? >i E\ torfMt crowd ever imiembled In K>a noke for such an occasion Katlirrn M the (tore of I'hlllp l*evy A Co flut night for the drawing of thir teen furniture prlxcs ranging froti a humidor eet to a ten-piece dinlni room suite. ? j The drawing was in coiineclloi T with the Installation here of a nev { plan of furniture ulo ami ??? lo the purpose of getting a- n illy pro pie an possible into the -ton to ge i~ acquainted with the system. As ha> been advertised, tickets were glvei Jj out to all visitors at the store yes y, terday during whlili time no cooili Wkre offered for sale I :i duplicate cheeks w re - prepa i ) each of the thirteen art lo.rs. t ? b< . given aa prises, and " every \ islto y was given a -chsnce f?i ?.,i. 11 prize The prises were ....

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