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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

r 1 E& % * 3k y > ; $ ' .>'V?*t ' CLOSURE OF U . S. nnN^ni ITF nil iv VVI1VUU1IL UHUUL OF WHEW ?, I f usiness And Shipping Circlet Of England Are Fairly Seething 7ICIALS EXPRESS INTENSE SURPRISE Will Be Heavy Blew To Tyne Shipping Business With United- States (Mr Tka AiMdaM Fma) New Caatle-On-Tyne, Sept. S?. Buslnes and shipping circles hare were fairly seething with excitement today over the eloeure of the American consulate, which bide fair to strike a heavy blow to the Tyne shipping buslneee with America anid may also result in Tyne ships, now stopping at American porta, being directed to Canada. ? A Officials are deeply concerned over the situation and Lord Mayor Mulligan intanda to bring the whole matter before the city conni cil with a view to eettln* the hulata reopened. The Tyne Improvement commlMlon. which hu official Jurisdiction over the whole Tree (hipping area, aleo ia taking action. f Km press l?ryri*r. Municipal official* disclaim ail...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

\ HS HI" R ' Be is giving ' pas open port ' laws! trial L ? Bbvernor Assumes Complete Control of Police Activities and Names Rangers to Enforce the Statutes. rAmtln. T. \ . .<.;<! i ? The Texas Op 4 ''""E J-?*l.y a M?*vtal p*? f-- - or ii'? ... tin !? . in* through It* Initial trial !? a if.' of ii < present railroad Iirkf. Since the beginning of the m kr ten 'l'\in railroad center* hare I .j hi" "I tender the lawtad are ?> :>?.- pdocd by Stale rang-. trt. I p to fhr (.nirrnur. > & .'.T**ta la t ? only state In the na\km. at -r.il- v t - rial.- officials, that Ms such ii law. It was passed aa a result of t> -ttiiatloti at Oalveaton luring the rtri i?t longshoremen 111 ISJo. It la designed t.i empower the gov. rii -i* ft tt - atate to take complete rh.-irgc of l-olloe artlvltlea In an> *p- ."-1 t-riHoryr when Commerce i- l e.i c ; t.rrufited. without 'Invoking n -rt .il i.i?. The &...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

I I "THE BAT'OPENS ACADEMY SEASON . _ I Abbunding In Dramatic Situ ations, Gripping Mystery Play Pleases AudiencesTwo fort* audience* 'wet* held spellbound at matin** and evening performance* la th* Academyof . Kuala yesterday. ushering In th* theatrical *ea*on of 1?XJ-X>. Tt|* Ploy. O irlpplBf melodrama replet* with exciting /action but It* tension relieved by frequent Interval* of fcomor, va* fltst aeen her* Ia*t *eaaon, prssentedNby th* same capable oat for the moat part that appeared yesterday. Laai night's audience was especially appreciative, so nuh so, In fact, that It 1* hardly tali ins a venturesome excursion into 'th# field of prophecy to predict that "The Hat'r could do a flattering buslnea* here on atlll a third visit.' Th* company of finished actors ant on tu* road this ssasen by Waarenhat* und Kemper would be hard to Improve on. L.lssl* Bvana. William U Thorn*. Joseph M. Hollcky, Joset^ln* Morse. George Wit* on?and all the rest?pave a finished Interpretation...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

611 'i I The Roanoke World-News i 1?si 1 b-" koanokc. va. i pjs ?hrd bcf l>a/ e*??pl sunday i TtVK? world corporation. T'm t l'.i dun:, Kuuokc. Va. nTT > p"-KlTUBlKS. Editor. M'Ojbrr* of I Amart an l'tlbliahara' Aaaoriatloi ojlbcru b >??;..,tr I'ubtiabera' Aaaocialioi Th* Aaaociaiad l'rraa P? And.I B .r-f'aa of Circulation Tie AaaoOAliJ I'rraa la rxclualrcly eo tlt'.ad to tbe um frr rrpublicatlod' of ' uriri d:?pit<-b. eic.lHrd to II or MD otbcrwsm In ihla pi per and a|a tb>- I ' ?l nc?? ptMlallrd ticrria. ,< ? y( "lin< \ ~ UK! KESENTATIVE^ Er?t' < A l>V>?. foe.. N< w York And Chlca*) Eiur-r' *1 I'vi' f!i v al Koanok*. Virficla ?. >. i" 1 I'Ptaa Mall Matter , [ kaiT.s IN AUTascb I 1". ?-r.'? i rr *rr? rxyablo to carrtrr. " ? i<r )tar {Arabia "at tba office. BY MAIL Pally. < "* rrir a $5 01 Pad.-, ait m nlba $.'M I>ail&am...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

I I BUI INGRAM IS ATWIUJAMSBURI I Alt-American Full Back I I 1918 Joins William And Mary's Coaching Staff WlUianiitttrc, 8?pt. S?Bill i? captain^ofAThrlCvn rulU',ck ,n *?*' ctpMJn of lb. Nkvy team of tli nam. y.ar, regarded \ by ."porta" hbTtoli V**?. ,n th --i S. * Joined tli Uafy coach!np ataff. H HiW.?* ,h* d'ouod. havin* r? ported for a.rvlce on liaturday. aiif?raI"S.r'puUUon ? * player ha ;^ ih u f ecojapllahm.nta aa SIS ... ha(1 ">aeb .xprrlenc and aucc.aa in the* latter field. Hi cetvlna hi. training under the pht h00",':- ??. waa-flrat la^t f- i.Yl 1 .* *l Anna poll and llll h. coacn. J2JL? ^S4 th? ' ?? plotted froi ?. t.? ih' officer* and men of tli r? in a bhi. wmctt bccaAr lha mm popular aKgirgatlun on the Wester slope, ana ?m defeated only <m>c during tike two years- Since the lai football season Ingram has riven u hie commission as etislgn and ba gona Into business with nls father a Jcflersonviile. Indiana. Entering the Navnl Academy I 1...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

IPfMr EIGHT I ;NMlIIF IJ UNIQUE METHODS J Two Departments Will Care For the Needs of Southwest Virginians i J ? r?'I. ? 1?t ?Two years a*o , r\.r-r- -: "<! 4111 Indefinite purpose '.ft.. ' -S .1 <"'dleite at Bluefleld for *. there were no deflnits ) p'4 " : r hod a conerets policy boon - Tiiat time building ' pur 1 , an outlay of more Inn .. 1 i :i dollars, have boon ? ,V .;iy out. architect* and p-.r. ? .. V ! <- n secured. buildit - have been in operation. , . j i all or'di r< d and now very stalled?all of these pre put.-: -s f ait- olio forward and on a s- { : It "Hold 1'ollogo will open r 1!. first timo its doors to stud' . - .s( cratlfvinr ausnices. ? aml'r \ f u v b..s been gecu-rcd and a .. . : in lpoc* employed and -? : open a* scheduled will "iv , n :t" pie time. I: ,, v .lit- r of no timll moment . > a" n,.[ I'uur Hundred Thou-j , -, ; | have been expended by i.l t ii nHliona in founding ...SI. ! -hah presages, .deterr...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

fi *. 7.V \ * I BAPTIST COLLEGE I! I HFin nuns pikt I IIIM (V l(WI|U I VV I , George A. Lee, Who Led Fffcht Against Former President. Tenders Resignation TRUSTEES * ARE SILENT Mnt At Arerett College But fledge Themielvei To Secrecy During Meeting Dmnvlll*. Sept. t?While Clayton Crosland. former president of Await Baptist Colle.e. bo lonnr ro- .. Mob he re?hit .host Is walhTn* thn H corridors of tho-*lrla' school, and. despite ths secrecy of ths members I of ths board of trustees. It la a wallroeocntssd fact that all Is sot h^r- II It'is just a year a?o that DaavtUs. D as a community, was mors or lsas divided on the merits of ths Crosland case when tbo hoard soscbt to I .oust him bscauoa his scholastic Ideals were broader than those of a I Biajoalty of ths trustees Intolerant of dancltin or latt*r?day foible# and 1 fancies which have come with the lj sophistication of ths colle.e .lrl. H Is Klval Mow Units. The chapter la local history was | >?i?v?<iu, uui 11 dm...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

^?* 4 HMF JPPF1BS HPUi i n u i ii i wiiiv r f PN MAIN STREET | nes W. Corvin. Who Broke 'Wyiheville JaiJ. Gives |; I; Himself Up To Sheriff I* Wytfc.-v. ? ? (Special.) f| J.rmei *V. i v ; who (.ocaped from tha TYv'e <" > '.II In April of B thl# ni'<r i-'lna convicted of P buna r 11 and ."ven three vcara In Ylj*ln a | i < urv tor nrcaklna tinik the ?ve .it liie Norfolk and kfiWjieterti ?(. ' 1 n li Wythevllle opfo||red n M S'rrct Saturday nnd ujirendtred i > Sheriff W. H. Siator. dorrln iui ii!?o trie rtat the April t?rm ?f t'.e Wythe Circuit Court fT the nil:' Itr of Clarence Maker roiaroih wh < <> body w?* found In an aMndrned reeervo.r In the center of H'ythevtl'r." the trial reaultlna In a kur, Jurv. RED AND BLUE MEN :: GATHER FOR PRACTICE l? __ Tffiltf fv V rf P.chmond Sr t)t 5 fSpeclaVi?K:.i?k M. Oubivii will r? ?rh Ki.-hnu \ 1 tomorrow ready to oprti his t<::th cam; a:?n a* athle...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

PPPr?, * . F* HE' * "' t v. / - ' WIMIWI | hi ill I . MEETING tALLED I STUTt COMMITTEE OF DEMOCRATIC HT; i , 1 September 11 Is Date Chosen and Richmond 'Will Be Scene of Session > Richmond, 8?pt, 2.?State Chairman Harry Flood Byrd will call tha State Democratic Committee to meet tho night of September 11, according to reports here. * That meeting will be interesting in many waye. The plana (or the coming general election (or members of Congress and (or a United States Senator will receive attention, especially with reference' to the Seventh and Ninth districts. Thosq are the only two in which there la or will be opposition to amount to anything, in the opinion of members. and that in the Seventh is not considered at all tronkluo? ? - - i no .unio is 10 ds tne res! battleground, and there . tTfc flgnt Is on. George C. Peery re maklng e herd campaign end. the report a are that the Democrats havo better than an gven chance to win. Hualifrr The Stamp v pn tha other hand the R...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

^^OCIAL' ANI tMRfl. J. W. SH Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. P ..... I'M.*. i Fals nre 1 ? - follow after Hf Ig fcf? ' ,.r a eyed, sods of r-T . in-..* . . | T>rlnk > ' ? home brew, and OA-. :' . v. '; " jest cl <1 i ?. growing older. ffiSrir ?h' >r : 'aching shouldey, .rSliTkr.ii v. : 1 victory or defeat. I yr Hence I I nunfry dab. I **yi' S.1? : sh? dance at the i XSt-trv ' a! tended by a large I y. j:.d was thoroughly lie ~ OTSinor k th >c il.i'icing were: Misses . 1 r. 1 a >:! i. Katharine WentsHrta. Kathertr.e N> l?nn. Mary Terry Uik 1-'a . . I i/ lNelson. ?>orothy -Hall i.l'.it-'h Franklin, Lucile ^ m-on. ri-j .'l? I'enis.m. Rosaline ' N.i'iir. Virginia Hall, gde ! Richmond: Gene* I ainte Jl.?. > .! . f lianvllle;. Cath Unc Pre-' "1 .Vc-'s Harbour. Mary - Tomt'i.iof llollins and Helen ??Ir and Mis. Rr.-addu* Chewnlng. and Mr* ! ?? !<*?> Pace, Mr. and i. J, 1". Maugham ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

I ^ m * MERRY FIGHT TO BE WAGED IN 9TH ^ r tyrd, Who Calls Meeting Of State Committee, Predicts Peery Victory Winchester, B?pt ?The P?moe ratio Stat* Central Committee will meet Friday night, September St. in llurpky'e Hotel, Richmond. to effect aggressive campaign organisations la all Congresalonal dletrlcte, especially where tbere Is Itepubllcan opposition , this fall, according to Chairman H. F. llyrd. In Issuing the call tonight. Mr. liyrd declared special attention will be given to situations In the Seventh and Ninth Districts. He declared that In the Ninth where Oeorge C. Peery Is the party candidate for Congress, prospects are eaeellent for Democratic success, and that, the "flighting Democrats of the Ninth are perfecting a splendid organisation." Chairman By rd eald "fie believed the Injustice of the contest In the Seventh against Representative Thomas W. Harrison has so aroused iwrnorrni or tho'district that one overwhelming victory la assured and every effort .will be made...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

j^^^?s^5^^5^555sS5sSs9fi^9^^9E !*j DEPARTMENT "A"?H< R CLASS 10?SHETLAND PONIES (Nc ? F if1 "? ?! ,. r.. i year# eld or over I "j9J , yr.ir* old ... < Mn V > * ar? old ' Xi .i l y. ?r old ,3. M A \ ni? old or over |S N' >ear* old I Si : < ' > ..!:* old W "?! - I -year Old , ' v .r I KojiI . < J i lit?? I ? Aberdeen-A nan*. Hin 8j DEPARTMENT "B"?BEEF H ?! ? 3?<hnrtb<irn>. fl IMIII lUL'AI.M. tB Kl C, . v . I or o\ i r I : m , , .,r< old Mod under 3 1 Hi .. r j ear ling 1 III Junior yearling 1 M st nuT Calf .. 1 |! Junior Ca f 1 H| ,. ,i year* old or over 1 | w i r heifrr. 2 year* old and under 3 li la '? !! :? ". Senior yearling 1 |H i|- .! in or yearling 1' U j I i. *. nlor ealf 1 Hi ; il- ' . e.;nl-r ealf '... 1 III IIKRO*. 'Sj ,\.L- ! herd ' 12 ..l <'.? i her d . . . .to I1 Si UltOt I'll. tgl ' VrmU. e <f Cow 1 ; Sue 1 [91 ciiampiomn. HI 'in...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

I * HOSPITAL UNIT' TMHiMinrnotaif run uniYLHon i forking Drawings For the New Wing Completed By the Architects Charlottesville. Sept. Workln* litwtati an nearly completed lor ?io neat unit of tho University of Ifglm hospital which Is to housa ths orthopedic and obstetrical ds? rtnff which will bs located south of ths prsssnt buildings will bs constructed this fall with ths Sift of (66,090 from Paul o. Wcjs> tlrs. Contract will probably bs 1st by ths board of visitors at tb*lr October meeting In order that ths building may bs eotnplsted In April. mww rtegioeo. ..T?1* tructure will ba four'storleg high and will conform to the Hteele wine on the north. The basement floor will bo devoted to negro patlonta and will contain a 11-bed obatetrlcal ward, a 'naraory. and two amall wards for nrgfo man. On tba main floor will bo placod tbo obstetrlcal ward for whtto patients. tho whit* nuraary and tho dollVory aulto. Orthopadlc departmonta will bo placed on tho oocond floor with a 17w...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

ff BlXThKN Inis in'$W WITH GOOD MARGIN m Urates Coming Strong?Yankees Held Advantage of j Good P-.tching and Strong " Defense. / ? New V 1 Soft. S?(Pv tho Asso- J elated It -Losing on.y a small I fr? -..on < : tbdr load deapi o a pilch- -I 1 n< run; "at thom four out of I fi\.< fcavs t<> Brooklyn during C?e ' pee; v. k. the New York Cla.its !ac? tho ..u if. : th of the National UntiT | dnvo it games ahead of the lecono | piece J tttslurgh club. j llui.ihed svitl.in two games cf ?och t eifr; the r< ur western cluoa Rained < bet. rightly on the tiiants after tat- 1 tl'.rg among themselves. The Pirates, ] d?l.it.-'K the brilliant attsok and j cor pitching strength that marked th. r sensational winning atreak of .? tow weeks ago, and with a record f ji\ victories In their last eight gan.es. lootned, as the most formidable cf Me'lraw s western rivals. J Slrkechnl' ? club took second place fi -n t' Jay I y defeat...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

> vu/ i/uacvui . __ #f data. . . __ Won Lo?t Pet ti?& f ? HI * Br "Ltlar* Virginia Bride* swamped .Itosen' re-Colia by a score of IS to I at ha Fair Oronnda Saturday la (ha paalng same and Norfolk and W astro won a cios* contast from Viscose >y a acara of i to v. Ha.vy oloutln. I?y tba Ironworker* aad ataady wlrllae by Mvaaalman enabled them u.Ai 0Um HWjnut*. Pries i . if ?.Mf, J* raffrbadara but l*rad hard luck when he hit It. I pa near with tba p||| in tba aarly *h* way for tba only ally Of tba con teat. (First Uama.) _ LTh* Stoglae navar had a chance root tba start of tba earn*. Mow* siap.n.ar.ftfe ?; >?Pt th* four hlta gatheredby ho Stogie a, wall aoattarsd. Ooundry nd St. Clair did moot of lbs haary ilttla. for ths wlnnsra f Wooda. flrat man up rty <ha\8tos> aa. crashed out a neat ajnrfu t# an field and atol* second. banalbaa tightened up and pratranfad a 5"1.. haws seorad by forcing Taylor P-.!?!1 w??kljr *o 'h...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

r ' P TIMES AND E. ! . .THE WORLD NEWS (T I adrertlalnf retre Te line J co-t.ri t> wi-rdt to. the Une. P?[ ?r cltwifled 81c per Inch. { a.. i^nrd advertising alrictly i | c..-i :? ? !> jiiJ I S' "v! rj?!i fate* to long-term adI I tfi ; . < >:. .(.put ation. t??& r. ,-t accompany all out-ofi v ? j?< :tl< itioria not permitted, j So or l.cav j blaclf-feced |yp# . ? J peroi-.t'id A I adtrrjlvmrnta mutt reach tha I *'j u" f b.? 8 30 p. m:' lor Sal: J cit morntug; Saturday* ! 6 p cn rB4.SE 314?. 1 _ N A THoroHT FOR TODAY *' i*. I* would bo humanly. )rn- ' possible for a salpspinn' 1& * s>... mm people t*r?on, iv i.i <tuv Thr. n ??. SIK1KH SALESMAN CAN 1 >o. IT ;And does it every .!?> .n ill" week," rain or fchiiu . Holidays - lucluded. , - us. a AUTOMOBILES flddl"' WILL lit V OVERLAND CAR. In r ?"d r.limine i-nndltion. car overhauled a f. * in i.Il.a ?*u. ...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

V . . NEW BOND OFFERS MORE THAN DOUBLE Booth America &sd Weit Indies Book 7u?da?Advance Retirement Oollo Heavy. New York, ttopt. 3.?(By tha Aimrlat*4 I'raaa)?Ne w boixl ulTir?m(l totallingItMSt.kM ? ? 4 local bankerS laat week aa cum par *4 with 17.769.000 tha waak be fare. Which waa the lowest of (ha year. Five Industrial Issues uniifatlBf 13.M9.oao provided tha bulk of tha wash's output. Tha largest ?( thaaa waa an offering or 33.M0.909 Ave-ysar 9 par cant gold notca of tha General Petroleum Company, offered first to stockholders at par and callable after beptember It. I>24. Tha proceeds of tha Issue wilt be laaua to make addly tlonal purchaaes of crude oil. One of tha largest offerings In pro* ipect Is a t299.900.UM Issue of 1-1 par cant bonds of tha Argentina Government. which ware purchased dur In* tha weak by g local banking ayn% dlcata at a price of 91. It la expected that no more than one-half of them will be offered at one time although the easiness o...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 September 1922

H rwiUlT MOVEMENT I SHOWS INCREASE | ? "* i . Market For Potatoes Stronger IV But Other Lines Are Weak | During The Week ; < . Sept. "rife, ear . M important 1 ll:;e? . - . ! \ - r'-t;iWe?..for the w* . c .\ .... 26 wan 15.4S5 ?*r? w !' ,1 *il tile pices I1- h<.tvt*ai culpa w ? . i. f p pours * - r rr. - .i'.i.i! while mo voir, t i . - loiphu, n..\f ' ... ? ? ml watermelon* < I. i?i * I < :. it > '.Ip'tlenta (O liB'r \t l' t ) " - haVi f llcl 2 i 1. i.a** rt' I e\e. !eil |n?t inosi -i t i t1 -a'!'? ilate by at.out :Sl a ;??.. M.iik'-?? atroncth t t : ? :ner l.nis allowed Ui 11,:... ^ : : Potato tJnrUrl* Slrongrr. * *< of I ' r. I auppliea of pr>I .. - n i.ll r? Utltl IIIi n ., 1 y' fr.V.i il;?tr .Outline ! ? .! y . : ? ... :i? 11 k I hcntel In f o?t i t> i.- 'kt'- Ttfo a-urlo* nn.Vcy.int '.a.< 1 Mv yare heavier than ! before. New Joreey. J.la!' V - y 'i . ! -nulo nod I tuil faiii:M.? |...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 September 1922

i 14. * a > . 7T v ji ' "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" - | ^5fF\ .1 ^^1%^ ^"Yi Ofrk/T'' O WEATHER FORECAST apssss ItXTBUOkje ^piXJ1?ljU"^N ^Xt>^-^r--=^ VOL. 40.?No. 57./ 14 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, VA., t UB8DA Y AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922. PRICE THREE UBNT8 CARS TO MOVE CATTLE MUST COME SOON Present Situation Likely to Have Its Effect Throughout the Year ? Southwestern Ranchmen Cannot Move . Grassors While Pastures Are Parching?Hogs Ex peciea 10 be uneaper un Large Production. (By J. C. Royle) (Special Correspondence of the Roanoke World-Newt) (Copyright, 1922) New York. Sept. 6.?The railway trike situation in certain sections ' of the country Is making and unmaking prices for rib rotate and chuck steaks for the remainder of the year. ~~ Pa leas tuudliluus ate?bettered > shortly prices for the beef on the family dinner table this fall and winter will be blgher.'although the _xange upward will not be extreme. Conditions leading straight to . that coaclus.on were...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 September 1922

r P? ' y 'TWO _ "homage is paio pO WASHINGTON BY r MILLION TOURISTS wi*. Mbnument Is the Most PopuLjy lar of Three Shrines In and Around the Capital? Maiwr Visit Lincoln's *? Home. V~ . - ? v." ^ T Wivethinjtton. Sept. P.? (By Mail.)? lo \Y hi tic ton and Lincoln ~,t> I* lielti* ?ho? rt by more than l.AOO.t_ "O? prople * year. Washington's t ' home. Mount Vernon, the rnecca ot i ;; Irtuaally alt Americans and foreign?*rs *. ho fonif to Washington. Is beIrmr rivaled m* a. shrine by the beau, % fitful Lincoln Memorial, while the {. ? Washington Monument la the most uol .popular of the three shrines, itfm- Man? Visit Monument. g Visitors numbering 31.112 went during July to the top of the?Wash* 'Ingtoti Monument, conveniently lo i4ird a few hundred yards south of If".' the White House. More than one^ fifth of them clambered up the 898 ? steps in order to see the trtemoTlal taMrt* on the various landings 1 nff*' side the shaft. The remainder rode . to th e top in the electric...

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