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

x' - BELDans 75t Picki|*t Everywhere -BETTER THAN WHISKEY FOR BAD COLDS i 5 1 New Elixir, Called Aspironal, Medicated With Latest Scientific Remedies, Used and Endorsed by European and American Army Surgeons to Cut Short a Cold or ^ Cough Due to Cold and Prevent Complications. Every Druggist in (J. S. Instructed to Refund Price While You Wait at Counter if You Cannot Feel Relief Coming Within Two Minutes. Delightful Taste, Immediate Relief, Quick Warm-Up. i t- ? sensation In the drug trad# 4# Asplronal. the quick-acting cold and cough r?ll?r*r. authoritatively guar^ an teed by the laboratories; tested, approved, and moat enthusiastically endorsed by the highest authorities, sail proclaimed by the common people as ten times as quick and effective as whiskey, rock and rye or aoy other cold remedy they have ever All drug stores are now supplied ? ?". *? ? wunurri ui new eiiair. w atep Into the nearest drug store, hand the clark half p'dollar for a bottle of Asplronal and tetT him to se...

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

STAPLETON IS | GIVEN 5 YEARS 4 Fbund Guilty of Grand Larro?ny?Motion to Set Aside Verdict Is Entertained. BSSi ? After brief delibrrxithe jury iK Corporation Court y*?st?r?la> vt-n til* f??t of H. A "Johnnie Hull" Sta? pleton. anj fixed hi* punishment at ?* yefir* In tli* pciiilf nll.irj . Jlc *'H found tr~ii 11 > of grand larceny. Counsel nm* ej to I axe the verdict ?.. Mt awldc The notion was enter-I talned and argument* will be heard at a date to be later fixed. Staple ton. who was rrlcused on linll ,?t i: iuo. was indicted on a charge I of burglary. The cxldfnce "hid rxit show that he had nn actual hand In tha burglary of the home of tho late Mr*. Hock Ingham Paul' nt No. ] Jiff South Jeffer?,n Strict. but it cilil show i that ho was Ku.it> of grand larceny. In the opinion of the Jury The case attracted considerable attention Staple ton *'U. Indicted along I.: With James Wilcher and Herman ... . .CVdws. These two turned Sthtc's evidence iloh'la v...

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

MUM11 Senator would j m LAME DUCKS' 1 -_~Z. . Caraway . Advance* Novel Scheme In Address to Fari mers At Lynchbnrf. Jf <>T TW A-<d?t?4 PrtM) / Lynch bar*, Nor. 21?Senator T. P. Caraway, Democrat, Arkansas, following his attack on the ship anbaldy bill before tho national convention of the Farmers Cooperative and Educational Association, tn session here today, announced that he had prepared a joint resoI lntion for submission to the Senate tomorrow proposing that "members dsfsated at the recent polls abstain from voting on all hut rou! tins legislation and such lag* j Illation as does not Involve Iny inaJ terial change of . national policy." - j. . % Asks Fer Rnlcaillvak - V The resolution also affirms that It i la of Congress that "heads .and members of Important oommiu | tees resign from their respective L |bodies and their places bs Ailed by thus* who ar* known to bo willing to carry Into affect the mandate of , ths people mm experienced at the pol...

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

H The Roanoke World-News CaUbfKhrO If SB ROANOKt V A Pttb'tahod Krarr LHt Cacapt SaDday -BY ? Turns woki,D cokiukation. HiHEf ' . Tl? BuitdtPi Boaooar V? f; iuaiipi ? rrsHui K.v r^nor Membart of J If- j BBIm Nowapapar KuMim? Aaaortattwi ,J gf llVlkau Na*tt>ai>*r PuhilrDara Aroodatloo 4 bA~ Tb# Aa?oclat?! t'rrca UgjV Aodil Bureau of Ctrculatloa ( Tba Aaaocialrd Prraa la aacluafralj eo t'?i CUM to lb* uaa for rrpubllenU jc of all ;i. - Mai dlapatchra crolliao to H or not | at Otbarwlaa cr?<Ut?j lo tbl* prper an<l alan J i ' tbo local oew publnbad brrna 0 FOREIGN BKPOESE.NTATlVli * Traiiob A Bairt Inc. Nr? Yorb and Cblcaao *' . fulwid at Poatofflc* at Roanoke. Virginia __ ae Swcood Clw Mali Maiwr RATES IN ADVANCE ?. 15 cnti per week payable to carrier 0 34 per rear payable at the office BT MAIL ? Dally, oca year 15 WO Dally, an mcntba $1.00 Dally, ibree uoalbe fl 60 Daily, one mot, lb >0 Ml TELEPHONES During the Dee - All Calla *14...

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

^ . i ; 4K I WOMAN DECLARES HUSBAND.SLAYER Eastern Shore Woman Declares Spouse Struck Blow k that Caused Man's Death Cap* Ckarlaa. Va,. Not. 91.?Inw* I ' ligation In tha munUr of Jiim Jf ^ Hurai, wealthy merchant Parka H ?-r. Acwmtc county, who traa found t U* bMk Btapa of bla atora in a* unconeeloua condition on tha morn?' Bapt.* 10, ram a to an ana yaa*' i; fff_t5P1*.rUJn. w??la)i aha accuaad bar h"vln?; ??n??lc the blow that aauaad Hurat'a daath. BUaly, who i,ad clalmad from I ??0 flrat that aha .know nothing about tha klUlhV of Murat haa b?an . undar oonatant auaationin* at Aef 5?? 'or "? ,l**t threa daya. L ' Tha atatamant which aha la aald to . hava mada la to tha affact that Hnrat and har huaband had a dlaputa ovar 1 or moonahlna whlakar Biadn and Hurat sold amounting to around ll.Mt, ?.v,~m ? i.iiu aiwirr airucK Hunt l ' on tho h?e<l with tbo iron boxing * of tho hub of a cart wheel. Tho murder, caao will bo preseated to tho grand'Jury the flrat Monday In Doc em b...

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

I I ?Ijp lu I (Published 1 i?uri?^ I Thanksgiving I Program Given I By Painter Soc. Tb* Painter I-.lt* rmry Soclrty r?nH 4ere4 a ThanUwtfl\mi* Prograni thU afttntOuu jjtxinK the followlns "Hec 1. TMBKHglvim; K i>y mr uirn ' f, JteadinK of minute*. t. Btisiku*s V. Hong ty Thanksgiving Cooks, Fftiasn Ctrl*. 6. MlstiTlfl.il Thanksgiving by eight glrla and four boys. 1. Miulc by <veli?tra f. Xlrrilnyt of the Mouths by fourteen (Iris. By \V. D. Ki"> ' o * ? SCMOOLETTES | At last! Most pnt'lls are mn l#okInc a bit relieved since they've each 1 bad their last teat, even though they dldn t ma^e ir"<>d grades. Any amy one lives to learn all he can. A itumbrr of girls from the Girls' Club arc n Bnn tickets to the Cltb unipf re. h 4ay during roll call lo the difPrnnt looms. All members of the club are urge*! to bur a ticket, the cost Wine only twcny-ftve centa while y.'U y< l In :<turn a big supper, An instructive and...

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

I I-CHINESE BUSINESS I MEN PLEASED WITH \ TRliDEJIME Shanghai Chamber of Comf raeroe Sends Besotations of I Appreciations ' ^ " <InleruaUoTfl*\'.T, "intoi Staff I Cbrraaaondom > Shanghai. Mo v. IC?Ma ? a bf Uia passage of IBs So-caIi<-<l < hina Trad# bill br Congress la aathualaatlosllr received la China by American buelA neaa man; large firm a and Chambers V< of Coiaaserea for It maana tha ba< ginning of a new ara la commercial I relations between tha Lai tad Stales and China I ' Oahtas ram a of aggradation for tha I wont of. wruia coagraatmen la a pushing tha bill hava has* aant by I th# flhanabal Chamber of Com mar da . to Washington an J resolutions ex* " 3WK.*fK>r* -^v eww " Ttlo" ft. Ifciston. Amratri fc/2^%r,u??S5ij<tSp of inspection, wm received warmly 4MB ill arrlbal In lltelkil My American MMalnaaa mm. Whs feel that Rccratary Huston wields much influence in Mgtehdtng tha ?omn...

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

i :| social an: MBS J. W. SH | I Office Hours: 9 to 10 A M Pb LUt Iranti >? l'K?n. ,X fW told It to him day by da> Bfl Tlut h? must always pay Ills way, 1-. J Muit even buy hta naht tu play. .' We've talked It over many a time, i There la n? eaey wuy to cilmb. And now I'm pu'tn.R It In rhyme. if . Would he be skillful and attain . HSHlfh Blare In sort a or ? :? domain. I jj Then he mutt practice aklll to sain. ^5 idfe Rivea u? nothing ready, turned. * Tli la la a 1 ( on t'> be learned. || " lta aimpl^at pleasure inuat be earned. ? Who would have friends from start ! I '.? _ to end. i Kind heurta on which he ran depend, p I Must do the dull.* of a friend. J "J I've told It often to the boy. 1 When tr.Clt.c .no < and t?a^? annoy, J There la- no idler s load to joy J ' Nothing. hi.wticr small it I Can corn' to u* with it j? .f I..' Frum toll na Imt.d H vhtkly fi*c. 4 Ufa crania no fnvor? A? we grow.. ' This we shall surely com- to know?. Fit*...

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

?M!sltssESS:==^^ , 1 your i Why Every P Nurse Her Ow -T**^ By BOTAL S. C Commissioner pf H( TOTHtNG if more important to I l\ infant than th? quality and qt it gnta. Tho daath-rata la th? ?f a rity ia determined by the pract ?? wi wmm* iTOing. wnrrvui 'ia phenomenally low it is nil to babies arts breast fad. I ant sorry to say that the Am | U taora likely to resort to artificial i recent arrival from foraifp, shores. 1 ry to add that this is do#, in most in to the physical inability of the raoi lack of inclination to do tbs bast thii chfM. It ts not conceivable that a i tha tremendous benefits which accrus medical rrofveeion as wen sa my own experience, assure me that It is an ex'/ - caption te find a mother who ia sot keen te aorse her Infant. 1 tm* UUa Is tree, because, as J conceive It. It le the bewn Irn duty Of the parent to make every "off denial neeeeeery for the welfare of the child. The aoeearanes ef the mother Is as roar ma tee of her ability to M her Oaky, hfaay robust-lo...

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

\ Hamilton Holt, Nt Speaks Before Before a v* therlng made up of the I : totaktri of the University t'lub and i Rf (Maral hundred fcuest*. J.amlltcnl | j Holt.''Mted author uud lecturer. i fi IVak* for an hour and a half last HHfljfHlt In the auditorium ?f Hotel - Roan ok. . :. , Lm(u( of Nations J The address followed a 'laidlcs' IJtahf* dinner by the University \ Club at which Mr. H olt was a guest, | I hAd during which u delightful mu- ' I JJCal prutinm was given by Miss LSKary Van i>oren. soprano. with Mrs. | Frank ' K. Brown, Jr.. accompanist I Mr. Holt was Introduced bv l>r. E O. Clll. president of the I'nlveraM? i Club, who told of Mr Holt's un- j : tiring effort* In hi* study of the lufut and of his many decorations I fcjr varjpus Government* a* recognition or hta work tor the ttacc of the world. In opening: his addrc** Mr Holt I nv< aa his description m ?hat the " Magus of Nations meant to him a* 1 frothing but u ruvtr.nn: w hereby the lovtr...

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

\ French "Ti$ Ovation In *1 Speaking (Br Ik* AnMtelH fill) > Xaw York. Hov. II-?The militarist* | In Oarmanr already are preparing another war. OabrfB Clemenceau. war premier or Franca. declared tonlpht In (ha drat addreaa of hla * American tour. ? "Don't yon rand the niwiptpanr 1I? demanded. I "Don't you know what that moans?" * Tha Tiger of France, speaking far* vastly bafora a packed houaa at tha Metropolitan Opera Mouaa. reviewed I ha situation In Europe pointing to a reapproachment of tna Turks and It SotUt Russia as omlnlous war clouds. . In tha maaatime. ha dactarad, I.udrndorff and other Oar man militarists wars planning a coup acalnst tha Democratic (orarnrntnt thara. Describing tha present aa a time of "greatest crisis" ha urged that tha Volted States should renew conversation* with France and England which, without definitely committing this country to any sat program, would praaaat to Oerman ayes s picture of tha?thraa unpleasant folks who faced hsr In tha war...

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

ft ?' I f. ?rwjBTKgy I RUSSIAN ARTIST ' I WINNING PARIS WITH SKETCHES W a&a&m nana firemova central Figure in Group of Refugees From Moscow r Who Entertain Differently. II; Allrt 1 anarller g' I International News Service Corrtapondent) Paris, Nov. 12.? In th? "coquet" lltRtie theatre of ih- t'l. mps Klyse<;a . Madame Maria Efremova la the rentre of a group of charming ltuaslah I r?-fugeee. artists who sketch little scenes of their lives, souvenirs of gay times before the Revolution under the title of "The Moscow Kalr." Madame Efremova became known to Parisian theatre lovers last yeai In the performance of "1.* ch-.m. ISourls." und'T the cl I root Von of Fslieff. The little tableaux which she ha* arranged ?lo not surpass?pome may even ray that" they tl?> not equal ? ?those- of her former leader, i>ut . she la not trying to compete ylth him. Rho has searched for "atmosphere" and she has succeeded In finding It with the aid of M...

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

Famericanolympig i PIANS DISCUSSED ' ? Meeting in Washington Today || | Expected to Iron Out All Differences and Prepare For 1924 Games. ^ Washington. Nor. tZ.?iWy tho ui {Aaaoeiatod Pmmi> Th? first steps for tbo participation or America's araatrst Olympic tram In tho Interna nonai ?amn t? b? h-M in i>ar>s In "'} wers to bo token at the u<ii'lrrn- cc | IWtto# t?Uay of the Olympic lh Ik Aaeoclatlon. At the vonferenco All _ - SfV^c'" T|,,ch.h*** heretofore d?*Vloed aeveral Of the most active iport D( Kovemte* bodies of Uie country will p oe (CUM UN "harmony and pre oar-. .. < 4aea#" made the keynote of the or- ,h sanitation during ih? nest eighteen T mooths ?>f preparation for coinpett- m non against the landing athlete*., or ?? smore than forty nations (o Vi reprtA m . at tha eighth-' o'yrtiplu.l in >l? Franc#. _ - m Tha conferer*-# representatives nf 1,1 the National Amatiar Athletic Fr.l- ol ration. (hat N...

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

f j g^fctXTBSN W0R1 f* .J TH? f WORLD NEWS' | Oaaalfted a4*artUln? ratra ?c llo? I oouotin* 0 ?*orda to tha Ua? It Display elaaaified Me per took. I . AU aUaalBrd adrertiatn? auletly I F\' " eaata la ad r a nee. Ej special ca?n r*i*? 10 icnf-icnn maesrtiarra >o application Cuti mutt acccmp?ny all out-oftown order*.' Mlaclaa*10c*tlone cot permitted. Ho rut* or bcaty Mack laced type permitted. AH adrertUcmcot* mutt rricti lb* bualnee* office by 8:do p m. for publication next morctoc; Saturday* by B p m i'HOXX 3143. SPECIAL NOTICE! ? When ou place a keyed advertiscment in The Roanoke Times or Roanoke World-News, get your receipt with the key! and number on it. g' . We cannot give out answers ; , to bli^pd advertisements unless you have your receipt, or prove | , ownership of the advertisement. Don't ask us questions about keyed advertisements ? they r Are confidential and no information will be given out. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT AUTOMOBILE " FOB S.bLE?Ton *na hit t...

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

I ' > 4 V , RAILROAD SIOCKr ?flf UNMET i. Speculators Ftar Congress \ Will Ajaend, Esch-Cummins L. > Act Unfavorably To j ^ ward Roads. r liaart T. *??i. J <By Hp?cl?l iMMd >Vlr# to Th* Hua qoi* worid-Ntwi. "WalT WfMt, New Tork. Nov. 22.? The chief feature In today'* atnek market waa weakness of th* railway hare*. Tht* had Ma effect upon otbsV- part* of th# list. although a number of the industrial* stood up ^ well. Uoaaea -In the railway croup, **tendlnc from two to * five paints, were to be abcrlbed'to sfverel cause*. - In tha.flrat i?U<e, despite their substantial ?OOltJWUm~Ofl.7t7*r and the early part of Kovsmotr, they were ? not as wall liquidated as other sections of th* market. In the second place, banking interests and outside Investors and speculators who would ordinarily b* attracted by the low nailing prices compared With two i months ago, ars deterred Irorn buyi Ing by fear that Congress wilt ao smend the Esch-Cumrnl...

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

' K: ' I TURKEYS PROISt' - TO BE REAL SCARCE AGAIN THIS YEAR Eftr?1 urop Decreasing ai Alarming Kate?Prices Increase Due to Disinclination of FarE5 mers to Raise Them. Br H, K. Hryaolds C International News Service Staff Correspondent. Washington, Nov. I" ?a'hristmas might still be Christmas without a smiling Saint Nick in crimson uniform and flowing whiskers, but can Thanksgiving still be Thanksgiving without ? steaming turkey to lend lustra and distinction to the festive board? Having pondered on that without arriving at a satisfactory conclusion, consider If yo'ti please, this? The I'ntted State? Department of Agriculture Informs u*-?.ind officially. too?that" the American turkey crop Is decreasing at an alarmingly rapid rate. In fact, the number of turkeys g>roduced in the I'nitcJ States during the last IV years has decreased approximately ;.u per cut.- und? I'Hpm <*olng I p. During: the lust Mi years the prior . received l>y producers for thoir ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 November 1922

U . ' . , "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" / The Rouckt World-New* to the ouljr afternoon newspaper la V?rStala reed Tina three leaned, wire services. m ' VOL. 40.?No. 125. SENATE RILED AT WORnS (IF CLEMENCEAU . i i i v Intimated He Will Not Be Given Privilege of Floor When Visits-Washington? Members Use Plain Language in Expressing Disapproval of Frenchman's Charge That U. S.. Left France in Lurch; ? , . _ < ? j ' B) Oeorg? R. Hclmex. Washington. Nor. 23.?(By the International News Service.)?'The bald accusation by Georges Clem-' * enceau In the second speech of his American tour that "Amerlc\ left France in the lurch" after the Armistice, aroused a renewed storm of resentment today in Senatorial circles. Senators without regard to party expressed the opinion either pub* lldy or privately that It Is poor taste, to say the least, for the militant old Tiger to come to this country as Its guest and then, be-, fore the glamor of his welcome has worn off, accuse America of bad faith towa...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 November 1922

vrrr" K r iJBPP^gT*, - "? _ ^? g- -? Etmsvis is i FOUND GUILTY ' BBAW1 IARRFNYi f ^ KT. #*:-. * Jury Fixes Punishment At Two Y*ar? In Pen?Indicted On j inner uounts. R Two' > ear* In ?!: tv ' i\ ? that ! what the Jury in Oc?ri?-ruii> u t'ourt flxtd AS punish n it.I ' t K'1 1>&vls. I colored. Who wa- f. i-1 ! irnllly. of I ;rsn<t lari fnv \ \> - n ?#? renI tared altar the Jur re Itad .! IIterated I about flftren mit'iti-* >>;- u'.rnliiii i Kd. ha* lard .UmMi'ik. There are a <ea viral i*nn' 11 >1 o r ? outstanding II ifatnat hint. lie i? irsaol'il by the Itollca as the klnu ul ik thieves. || With Stirling l>tx. timi a uattivo Irwin Justice. I.'! '? believed I IO have COIKlUi'lnl a' hnilM t < - luilinr I campaign here Vbo <! .1 hundred | v Itnessrs have been .Iiaun |nU> hi* I manifold alleeed r.?t>bcriee Tha flrai tl?ne ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 November 1922

I w t f*' ' V;^-1 < UNITED MINERS TO L CHOOSE OFFICERS ON DECEMBER 12 _ . John- L. Lewis Is Unopposed 7or Be-election As Heed of Organisation?Mercer's k . Name Is Withdrawn. Bridgeport. (X. No* 31.?(Br International N?wi Service.) ?John u / l.ewla will have no oppooitlon at the annual election of the I'nlted Mine Work era of America on December 1L George Mercer, of Canton. III., who waa a candidate, waa nominated hy 14 few locals that he withdrew. The other International official* of the union?Phillip Murray. Pittsburgh. Pa., vice-president, and William Green. Coshocton. O.. eecrotary-treasvrer?also are unopposed. M was expected Lewi* would have considerable opposition la Illinois, but It failed to. material!*". I*wis, a resident of Springfield. III., waa out for the presidency of the International organisation without ever having held a district offi< Thy three members of ths auditing and credentials rotiirolitee will ba chosen from among the following: John J...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 November 1922

rr? ROANOKE IK ON | BIG FOX CHASE Mrs. Trinkle Riding to Hounds Bnt Intimated Governor Takes to Flivver. Hkl _ -? ?i ioano. vi, xov ra.? (Bv fhe A*mPre**.) ? More than loo hound* ,a?>4 nearly 100 rider* got away early ft his morn ln?: In the free-for-all fo* beintr staffed here by the Y-ir iKtnia Pox Hunters' Association. ' Newport New*. Norfolk. Hampton Richmond. Roanoke, I.vnchburjr *nd {other Virginia cities are well rcpre* ,sented at the meet and there are Irhders from New Vork. Kentucky and JpthSr States of the Kast and South. I Reports at 9 o'clock were to the , effect that one or more foxes, had |l>??n Jumped, but no brush had been I secured at KM# so far us, could be learned. The (Mlhfrr hereabout 's (open with r<lattv?ly few barriers land onc? a fox La Jumped he has a (straight away of from ten to twenty " LltlilfS. I Atr.on* those taking part In - the !huo( today, ere tl'overnor und Mrs. K. l-ee Trlnkle ilnd the- Rev (leprae McDanisI. all o...

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