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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 November 1922

MpPP|Pi|PiP 'MEN CANNOT TAKEl ' PLACES OF WOMEN ' AS HOME SERVANTS England Ban Dearth of Maids fc For Work But Mere Man Is Unequal to the Task 1 Householders Find. ' 1 (By DavW M. Ckirtk, International News Service Staff Correspondent. London, Nov, II?Mm Is a complete. very complete, failure as a domestic servants L Wives who have any doubt of this Statement may consult British employment experts who have been jtryln* to onset unemployment by ecnrlnic ex-eervlce tn-n positions as "chtmberma da." "parlor malda" and OuArWOBHIL Men can't fill the places that have for centuries been Ailed by women, tend this la a domestic tragedy In EBncland.' where there are too few errant xlHs and too many .untmI '"oSfnerafiy speakIny, our experience with the ex-service man as a dORMttte servant has not b< en a success, said /Ml. Or:ffm. of the British lecion, an expert on employment. Man la all MicM as a waiter or a |>utler. but to fill the role, previously piled. by a woman?wel...

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

p* ^ I The Roanoke World-News KatabUabM ' I twit ROAMkF. VA PabTlated Btlri Pw Eicfi'l SuikJv % I- -' _ ' W*TJMKS WOULD CORF-ORATION. | f1?r? ui;<no< RoAC'ik* V> r*- JUMius p rtsnmKs KJUJT MrmN-n of ?rilfMM N?wip?y*r fubli>t>er* Aiwv-Attoo B- culbrrn Ne??u?t?T t*ut>ii?Urrs AmodalJoo R> : . k. "lb* Afaoclated Htt#? tAodU Bureau of tlrculalloa ?3t "1 na iHMkM !*(?? la itHtilliill an tilled to (be um for republication of an M*t ditpatct'. cre-tiu-d to It or not therein credit?o 10 t-blr enJ al#n lb* looi nt?? pubiabrd hrreta foreign reitiesentativr tfllidi A Hem inc. New Yarn and Chlcmeo E Holered at PoetoQIre at Roanoke. Virginia. ? Second Clae* Mail Matter RATES IN ADVANCE IS ceote per wtee to carrier f 3d 24 per rear payah.? at tte office IIT MAIL. Daily, one rear lilH) Dally. aiz tuonlha . ''0 Dally, three aiooUia . 31 50 Dally, one ui on lb SO .r>U TELEPHONES Dj.'lnr the Dav 5 All Call* 3142 At...

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

I HELIUM GAS IS I- TO BE FUEL FOR I YANKEE AIRSHIPS I* Hon-Inflammable Agent to Mfcko Dirigible Balloons Much Safer. By Harry I* Hoger*. (International News Service Stat: Correspondent.) * Washington. Wov. Jl.?Secretary of War Week* la planning to make bal, loona sate for ballooners. t Although the Army Air Service has been working for pisitr months upon the problem of producing helium gas tn lane quantities, the destruction recently of the Army dirlgtbhr C-3 at Han Antonio has aroused the War Department to Increased efforts In this direction, and It la hopad that within . less than a* year the Army will have a ' sufficient quantity ?! the non-Inflammable gae for all Ita neods. At the present time the Army' haa about 1.0M.0M cubic feet of heTtnm. | This amount la considerably less than I sufficient to fly an airship of the dimensions of the giant d<rlglble Horns, which burned at Norfolk mora than a rear ago with terrible loaa of Itfo. Tig' report of the hoard of officers ...

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

|f E10HT I SOCIAL ANE I MRS J. W 8H II Office Honrs: 9 to 10 A. M Pt I RrnniKa In the Sky. Iwnaa nlrki f?n? . < i vth the I k> isljook# Ilk* a wide. a h <Undle*s main. KM know* ?hat v.'vaccs sail ; there? Who arm-* the ports th< y sock and aain' kra not the star* like he.vci na set kTo Kutde the urKoslrs that jco IjMn universe to universe. jOur little v urld abotc, below? > thought too vnat! O thought too * lad! - An awe moat rapturous It stirs rrom world to \\ rid Cod s beaoona shine: God ana to *n\? hi* mariner*' ? Melon Muni Jackson For >llaa klrnnor Taylor. Hrs. ncan Holiart. jr.. will he onteaa of a smalt I rtdtce party on ftdav aft von at her residence on I iliaoa A vejlue, t>. tV . liHMtiK as -her - * r M... Ictniroir Ti.v. ior, of Columbia. MMl** N'fUon Hi'furnrd Hume. XIt?H Katln Nels .n. who attended the I'r11. . I ii }i'le f. '.ball rno on Saturday at 1'tlncetoD. N. baa turned to her home. I For ...

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

ST. LOUIS' FREE. . BRIDGE IS REAL f 'HITEJEPHANT' * Idea Wai to Divert FreigVt Traffic So That Bates Would Be Decreased. . t K ? , Br TV. P. > III van. (International N>*a 8?rvlca Staff Cnrrospoadont.) St. LiOtil*. No*. 21.?Many yeara aau ?14 or nor*?agitation waa aUn<-d h*r< l.?IM - I il" <MwniBipai rrp? P. Brldgs, ths main purpose being to lbs so-csllsd "arbitrary" charged by ^ ths Tsrmtnal Rsllrond Association for crossing tM Mississippi River. Th?. 'dM **' 10 dlvsrt railroad r Ir*ff,c to fraa bridge and I to this and om of th# inrreat anil most magnificent brldgs s?ru?turra In Iks Gountrr was built at an originat cost of a.ood.oosr - ?- . Today |t stands?as lt_has for eight 5K*n.n',,k the mighty waters < ?' the Mississippi, regarded -aimoss *!?" ? ?/ "'"ir an n\. i/oui*M ana and reaarded throughout the mirth** ** ai1 ofc^*et lor rapiuroua it |i on? of th? "whit* elrphrnU" ever built. yet fin purpoM v'*? noble uut,...

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

rrn ' % in Mpi T. (Publish ed AbbipIi) t WIl^UAH I'AU&fcR. LLOYD I SCHOOLETTES : * All students are lock::.8 !orw?r . to Nov. 28. their Imm day in ?oho< Mior< ihr Thank'? vir.ji holiday Thry arr *11 planning what they at Olng to do doling that short vaca >: lion. Some ur? going to visit rei? lives and friends li. o'.htr citle onir are going to the country whtl p. tome will remain at boin* to st ! the V. P. I.-V. M. 1. football gam -fca Thursday afternoon. Tickets were given out today : roll-call to all students and teaehei who are ymng to the concert an tectpro, given by the Ktwanls" CIul at the auditorium on Thursda night. Quite u number of the SVt: tors and numbers of the -facdlt will attend. All etudents who wish to buy hig chool pina must turn in their name and tnonev to Mr. L) o \mo: t bv Tlvur-i day. or trine they ca-n not Kct~?h this year. The plus are Jr.50 fo fold, $1.01 for silver, and ti'>c fu bronze. with an added w...

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

BPP^ - f"'I:' "Wip, IAPAN IS TO QUIT ' ALL POSTOFFICES THROUGHOUT CHINA % Island Empire Apparently De- . termincd to Carry Out ^ Agreements?Prompt to Batify Treaty. i?r Umvrr L. lorn) ><Intematlonal News Kervlca Staff Correspondent.) Washington. D. C.. Nov. 30.?Apparently Well pleased with the good Impression created by her prompt ratification of the Arma Conference Treaties. Japan has again taken the i lead in preparation* for carrying ot-t 1 the yarloua agreements adopted by that conference. Advices received hare from Teklo | * declare that plans era practically complete for withdrawing tho nup.aroua Japanese poat offices from , china. In accordance with the agree^ ment made by the Powers maintaining such bureaus there. A cemmls . miua OI ixpvrii ma communications ud postal aarvleb has been selected by the Japanese U'.vermnent and has already taken np the ??rk at studyIn* tbe situation lit China, with a ? view to ahtndoulag Japanese post offices In Chinese te...

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

r? | TWELVE SEEKS $30,000 r FOR FALSE ARRES Harry T. Peck Sies America Railway Express Company for Alleged Damages Danville. Nov. TO?Counsel fo gf' Harry T. Peek filed milt In the cot P poratlon court of Panvllle uKalm [. th* American Rallnnv Kmrem Con: pany to recover $50,000 for false al fast imprisonment and assault as r? ; suit of I'eck's apprehension In Sep fenvber. on the charge of having cnl beasled $>.000 from the company I Oklahoma, l'eck. the court record show was detained In 3?U for nearl * week a-nd was later discharge when it was determined that it wa a case of mletaken identty. - b?B( Declaration t iled A fifteen- pajje -ije' larqtlon -4s file - with the suit this purporting to re hrnrse evidence v. liteli?will he ntl vancsd t>y the i laltitlff on Deeembr 4th, when the case is scheduled t be heard. It Is a long unusual story. Itriefl It sets forth that in .March 1324 i'eci was at Handford. Kla, us a railu* dispatcher and white mere he countered it...

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

Km I M ur I Bedford Chapter Makes Ar- fcn, I rangemonts to Aid Veterans wk and Widows c< it Bedford. Strr. SO.?The William n. '* T*'rJ( Ch?pt?r, United Dnuihltra of *? the Ponfederaov. /net at the home of J* Id*. ?'"**??Mnt. Mrs. John S. Murks. on b* ^Saturday afternoon. The meeting nc J*' wnll attended end tut new men? L? ber. Mra D.Tfl. Ktajlah. wa. wotco*- ?? eti. ????- r' the ntoev Interesting f?a. ie ' ,h* - *% ???# w?? the reading _ | ?'.tb* reports of tu delegates, Mrs. b? T. O. Magsnn and Mrs. W. 11. l'helpa, E< * annual fttate meeting. I tans were discussed for raising funds for local relief work, for aid- Mi Ing Confederate widows and for gtv- ?s l"f..c,^?r to the residents of the W , gold tern* Home. In Richmond. Mrs. ' John Mower. Mrs M P Carder. Mrs. J. It bummereon and Mrs. M. I. Cop- o pedge ware appointed a commutes V to pack a ho* to bv sent to the Sol- " -dlere Home and a committee appointed to give some special attention to . Confederals-wido...

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

I IE1" * I k FOURTEEy FLORIDA IS I BECKONING TO ALL V NATIONS TOURISTS; I Real Estate Men in Gleeful j Mood and Many Houses Are Leased?PrJm Beach a p . - Winter Mecca. (My Intcrnationnl J.'m ? Service) I 8,- Tho tourists are cmin^. hctuhnM rh? tourists arc reninlu. hcigho! | t'alm Tleacli, l"!a.. NnV. 21.--This Should ?uri:t to the urruMjiunlmi'iil I Of Scotch hag I?l |?Of?. Willi a chorus / > ' of hoti*l nu n and rettl estate dealers tliincir.g the 11 Ik h In ii<l Klin;: in the brick ground. After the 1. *! i-i-y of a l'tnauid aumnier.. 1'alnt 1 : *ch now s.nilca In vl t Inic I.v. ' On Hauler these I'tilrn llv.ich tour- i Islsr they toil nut. but .'? diligently j spin the toddle top. i.nd In | * All hiii Rlory 'See? ceil not tile hub- | Idasherv of on- if linnThe M?f.u . f the moneyed; the goal of the K'lUty. the haven of the haggard?that's I'alrt lte.ich. ?f { course, the aetu&l si.i?"ti" will n?.t begin until Ju; t l.i : I'lu.-'n . Willi the open...

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

1 [ YOUFTH K What "Urticai I and the First-,/ 1 By ROYAL S. COP BP Commissioner of Heaitl I A N eruption of tho akin U humiji I : AA tasteful ?ran though it bo cut *" * There are certain dieeaoes and e< ' ue certain to send their vtctime poet-ha | advice. Any akin trouble which aw m ion this Uat. Some skins are particularly ausce B rritatloa or systemic disturbances. F V- rifling causes . there may be angry I iwolbm areas or sensitireneaa of limitc I >ody's surface. One of the most commonly-met disturl I 'urticaria." It ia characterised by the a l ment of what the doctors call "wheals." I If. you are sifntk across the face bj reJ. modn streak, which la apt to <!? i I appear quickly. This la a wheal. Or- I |', B TTnartly, however, we think of a wheal | 4? . as a round or Irregular spot, red and I * I swollen at the edges, nnd pals lb the j ^ I centre. The atlas of a nettle produces a I ' I typical wheal. 1 A I In urticaria t^e attack comes on sud- ('o...

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

^ John D. Is I 1 Spendthr P Away 5 (By Junr llnililnmi) I i HT Special Learcd \\ n t" ilie Tto.1-] |,J ooku WorlJ..\,*, v [>> :.k):(. IV.:) tl.J . York, Nov - nvo 1 J'wp't Pew dlmci which John It Bc.alOCKtfcllcr. * richest man in tho I world, rccklrssiv t'lU-?ltJ"rnl on I r. owopaper ph<|U-K" ?i? .i : w divE are nut Kdni; I i lo frittered I J *way on ciipli i inv'r. r.ach vl the camera." ii.cn iift? r almost a ? Week of umuiliK ani' i ^ t In in c>- \ c ? fry. today decided ( > retain tiicrn as lvfacky coins. One Is k that llmt In u ><w?l bo*. An t In r totals to have his framed 1! ;t tlicrs re carrying the r dinii - i - . i d with j them confident In th. he' if that no > Itorkefelli r dine would burn a hole b In anybody's pocket. Aft- r u i.-ng l.ie of careful saving It probably Is pleasant to n J - \ a I apendthrift moment now unci then. | This is tin- it sr - -it tlo four jdiot-trj* phers admit...

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

?> / ?r >" sw-;*1 a ? tv?. * * i . r -J \ \ . . * ir J ' '. "n " - ' IWONDE III m I fl[C| iRfew I I % t2m III Ij ti c - ^jCtiraC^, 7 *9Kk^L t4^if j ^. ,vw . ? * . g I f BILLY BOY Ort For A Wa% With Hi* Nutm WHO and HOW By Krcurinff new ubncribera to the Roanoke Tinea or the World-New*, your prospective subscriber* are all thtMP tlMlhl# Itltn MM* HAf nntr ra*eai* lnn o4#k mm **? 1^? ' 1 "i1"1 WTT UUI. HWH ' *. * ? >ll|| V ?? ? V? lUI^V ^ ?htwipapfni In their home*. Or nil those people who receive only one of the papers, and will subscribe to the other provided the one they are taking at the present ,, time la not discontinued. _ TJ1LLY BOY ~ Dancing The Fox Trot nri _ ti me i] I PHONI . . / ' . . r* ' THE ROANOKE WORLD-NEWS, ROANOKE, V RWALK Tko, TJrr, the little girls of Vi North Carolina a one of these big I and Talking Dolls ABSOLU n. l - ?L Girls, Boys, N May enter art today and secure g, talking dolls that w ee These Dolls on dis . > l...

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

EIUHTEF.y I VIRGINIA VASSTIY' I CLEANING OFF II Will Close Season on Thanks giving Day with North Carolina Uryversity re* Ch?rlott*SYUI?\ V? . Nov. ?0?Vlr llih_ fclnia's varsity <au m! rest* d an Cleaned up lifter" the Wont Virgin! U mud battle Saturd.o Ht.d is all rend J? to atari lnten.lv t r.. rung fop th SJT. - North I'nrolin.i game which will cl<?j fl' till imioii Thiir.krKivh.it afternooi Today the r?nular? who to. k part I the. Fame were not worked but ti f. S " morrow the entire mjujJ will be pi Tip through a stiff ilrill. ' Wfst Virginia s field had bee J / Churned Into a mud sw amp by a pre K -* llmlnary game and l>v the mnrchin University cadets Five minutes af ter the irame beitan it was almoi Impossible to tell one player froi another. The amount of mud plcke up by the t.?range and Hlue playei fi . t was about i'i pounds to a man ft I'aul YVttlp who tipped tlie scales I ! uniform at lbi poutols when he wer " - Otl the field.* Weljpheil* ...

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

I I Wg"? ? 1 M ' J I' PRINCETON IS WORE L THAN LIU TEAM I Proved Against Tale That I Thoy Could Carry Ball When Carrying Meant Some* thing. % I Mr Walter C*a?. (By Special I.eaacJ Wlra to the Tf>?uoke World-New*. Copyright, 1022 ) Ne w York. Nov. SI. ? There are * aotne (real thins* to be eild of certain of the football team* of the country now that It hae been posilble I' to subject late same* to ?otd analy I*. It ia poaelble to give credit where credit la due. Firat of all. Princeton mad* final dlBlxvl of the reiterated statement th t her ter.m had nothing In football except thy art of picking up a looaa ball. In > tha Chicago and Harvard genu-a. 1 Princeton showed that the non-atar aggregation trained by Bill Roper a'ac could carry the ball. ? - In the Yale ga>de. th* Tlgera showed a real attack when It was null needed Tim ti??- * ?* - -pay etiological moment wfitn Yole k.'ktil oil to them at lh? opening of the thtid quarter. The Naaeau t.arrlora ...

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

? . TU FN-n WAA ff;.**1 _ T HR WORLD NEWS C-M>tB*d <wl* ertiMini r?U? 7c III* x>unun? ? mta1? lo 'b? Hm . * Dop'ty M<- w inch All cl??Mtlro ?.*?*rt?ini trl?i? Eh... . M?b u> ?<l??r>o* ttpMift) c??n r?ir? 10 ion? term mj , ?-etl?r? >o ?pr>lir?lu>o Cut auil tcrcoDaat ail.eat-ot _ < 'own nntrn MitclkMlflratioM not permittwj Ho cow or txi> ? tart fnreO up* iMMM All KltrrttwaniU meet report I be nuetnerr olTitw by >Jil t m for publication nrit m?rt.ln?. 9?tart3?r? by 8 p m ^ PHONE 3142 SPECIAL NOTICE! When you place a keyed'advertisement rn The Roanoke rr? r* i ?? t i 14 I umes or noanoKe v* oriaoi ews, get your 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 adveilisement. Don't ask us questions about keyed advertisements ? they are confidential and"...

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

I Market and Fi pi MY[ WASfflREOULAR ^Vainly Strong:, However, With I Becoveries From Bias In I Exchange and Slump ^ In Cotton. . ? Br Iturt P. tVaat, (By Special Leased Wire <? The Hoa noke World New a. I' Wall Strut. New Tork. Nov. St ? An irregular, bat in Lke main, strong I tuck market, a reaction from Hon- | day'a violent upturn in th" fnro.K 1 xchant:<>a and a partial recovery of the previous day'a decline In cut- . rton, were the ch.ef incidents in tno i 1 financial situation *<-nay. Here and- there individual wean Points cropped cut in tno ure list, but the nfuTe._pole?it ifiuve.neats" of the day Were UpWeid. Attention ?> especially directed to two croups, one tn>> n ot rs. the kother the augur*. unu Vbth for reason# which- were logical .enough In view of n'l thet la known shout tli?ir present business and prorp--. -is fur the noxt year V/ e It will he enOther moi\th before e*act data are . obtainab...

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

fliuiuiui I IIUIIIIUUV INCREASED TRADE Kxports of Fish Will Be Surprisingly Heavy and Mining Boom Is Evident. tVMhln rton. Nov. ?1 ?Consider ? B I^TWENTf TWO I UiWt PMUKFIl IbU Improvement .n In Alaska is forseen by Associate Fbr* . bater E. A Sherman of the Pepnrtment of Agrlcu in-, who recently visit**) that territory. Hxports of r ; fish, for the lust It' if I; year* the (Teat source of cash return*, will be -surprisingly heavy this year, he re. ports, while a mining revival I* Ip evidence and export* of high-grade lumber, cut from tho Tongas* Nations) Forest, stun a promising beginning. "The people of southern Alaska nre part.cular'.y pleased with tho efforts of the Forest Service to establish a pulp and paper Industry there, and with the roads built by the service and I y the llurcau of Public Hoads." Mr. Sherman rays "Tho road problem In Alaska Is unlike that encountered elsewhere. . In the States, travel and traffic exist before -the Cldverr.moj.t- begin* building roads; In A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 November 1922

* ^sss'- @1) ? ^0&ttCrk? J?!#!?lit- JsffctD^ - J < V0L-40-~-No. 124. 18 PAQB8 TODAY ROANOKE , VIRGINI A, WEDNESDAY AFTERN OON, NOVEMBER 22, 1922. ' . PB1CB /THBBB C B N T 8 | | SECRECY TO RULE IN WORK AT LAUSANNE 1 Turkish Delegate Opposes Plan?"Peace By Chris} mas" Is Slogan In Conference Circles?New British Government Not Taking f Kindly to Round-Tables, As Did Uoyd George?Mussolini Too Indifferent?Expect Fewer Conferences In . Future. i t Uumdu, Not. 22.?(By The Associated Preeo.)?The Uuunps conference, having organised for work, la now ready to take np its taak of restoring pence in the Near Kaat. The efforta of lamet. Paaha and his Turkish delegation for open sessions and complete 'publicity for all conference programs has been overruled and newspaper announcement will be limited to formal? communiques agreed upon by the secretariate of the conference. The Turkish delegates are considerably agitated over this decision, contending that members of the other...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 November 1922

r Ktwo TRANSPORTATION , I IS BIG SUBJECT f /. . JDommercial Congress Devotes Daj to Discussion?Ship ^ Subsidy Plan Is Assailed. HP',; ; > . Chicago, Nov. 21.? (By the AsaoH?r ~ elated Prea>?The Southern Comrr.tr. I ' del COR((9M wllleloee It? fifteenth annual convention today with a dleouaaton of th.e. t rlnity of tr.ansporla tIon?rallwnvs. highway s .and untfrf; ways?foreign credits for International trade and the annual banquet a* tonight at which Governors of Nebraaka and Maryland and th? sirnbaaaador of 1 cru ha\e been Invited to apeak. ^"he program for this morning's P" session Included addresses on two great waterway project's, the Ureal yiatkrs?St. Lawrence proposal and the Atlantic-Mississippi canal planned to cut across Northern Florida to eliminate b 110 miles from tin ocean B trip frost. New Orleans to New York. - If. U. Gardner, .president of the tf ?rOaeat latkeS-St. laiwrence Tidewater Association, was to present the plea , for Southern cooperatio...

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