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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

-- ^ , ^vr-^H^--v'VkT^fB,cyK ffvj^'^^*Yyr,,-'rrrc^ ' 'v" ~ Tr yww^r^A' *.vT ^ [ iSSS Slje'floanokc lHodiVXcms ^~d I VO* 40.-1*6.131. T" l H 'pAGBS TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 30, 1922. j) -? PBI^fc TB??? CBNtJ I I ' ' ' I 1 ' '' ' E COLLEGI : FOOTBALL I nurn hi r UVtK All I BUT SEEN v. . 'c FOUR UNBEATEN TEAMS t AH IN WEJIMHT Auburn-Tech Game At Atlanta ; Holds General Interest?^, I ? Vanderbilt Favorite Over ; Ancient Sewanee Rival? Carolina Holds Apparent j Edoe on Virginia?Dav * Marks Virtual Close of Sea- |( son irkSouth. * L ? * 1 Atlanta. Co. Nor. 30.?(By. The I Associated PrtsgaO-r-The gridiron * ... muo& ol reached'H* cttmax lu the South today with morn than two dosen contests in which wellmatched opponents vied-with each Pt other for victory In what to many was their most important contest of the year* Sara for one or two games Saturday, football and its tense mo- . nepU and colorful accompaniment of crowded stands, cheer leaders and pr...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

I I ' te in sir I FOR LOVE or DOG pm- ? Quarrel Djie to Kicking of Pet Followed By-Dcat^of An Arcd Man. ' n^Dalla*. Tfxa* Nov ) Ti'.rr iM^ltonal N?^s Sr\,'f > - ' r. Ki'tHPMOI>. trur li.i.r l 1 *tf~ yeirw old. i- a'. ' - * lie r>t'lOM J?W to: i,? ! -n.V f: *! hit constant c. :i |..< .t i.ii'i , J M*. Wtlton flt'llr li:* ! ' .,W.t\. "While ? irr.-up tp. : u.'!-- . i- I- j \| tghf around <? fir. i- dp. ., : .? T"iii 1 aHeit. also y in \ htm? ui! Il 2|lg* eighty kivK... n i- ,.ii pot. T^hhtendom r?m v | v ; t.ir;- i BSff* attrnl . n*u? !. >ti _ v. ntaa?ndotr? m i-1 : i. L . .\l5j Ha It:i i v i: .1 in !*<( .ilefeii*- . 1 a '3 UkamltiK ? rttI.. r i'i? -?i -111. !-ir? ami Ihfllctinc paitif'uI rut ui.-l t>! i!'?? Allen wan trc?il?*<l i?t tin* T'ln r>:? nr.v Hospital. L> t \v?- ;t It- t'? walk l."'n<* Shortly afterward, tw.fr It. ?: *4 ami u at - ru>...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

V wf I * - . My-ALFRED SI I What to Wear.ap ^ I itaa. i?7 Kjn Ktfftay Am* mi 'Arm's l.rxtl New York. Nov. 2i. t?2X.?Hincc I k?c*m?> m cultural Influence In mm' I. D.t youthful tlaur* n?a always o??n nr..! iKstra.l To In- ?.ir ri> wacn i wm ?tho in )jj7lirmrntr are i (luetv* to the truaat taato and tin jutfimtnt. but that la be.*ltle flm-fl Man la almoM aa dr.dly ?-asvr u ?< , make- ala figure talie Me year". If t C many; aud to maku'lt ilrtM youth. In bla lata U*n? or early t want lea. ? h la not precisely truj (u <*eclarr 1 man acta tht (uikiona. How ta Indisputable "'hut ho n-t* ilia (hah youny man and f ?r m>-n who Ilk,a -, iyn ut arm's Icnath, .Tlila accounts |t recent remarkable vogue vt the < r M?k onion? collegia ia aud the layu follow th?-tn. ti 'ctidu to alendfruc up tha ftKtira. conveying an appear f ;* greater dapln frc<M neck to waiatlln ? Another t'jrlt-woln which ?er-vcs centuata You'h la tha ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

E/ - I L AN I RS. J. W. 31 to 10 A. M P Ion? v? ith thi? ie*r. r unU Llie Hitle II. laJrn apple ami other toys. Iiasic.?Wr have i tncmcry Krow ? tnom is mure iu pi.K au.c iuuti L Joy-u. W? tale more tvdlSg ihsn a twlceET' tola talc. r,y, ^. tou.y then an J away tfnd look not IxrJi.. STIiere is no happrhoa* can outwit Time: Bon Will the flret star dawn anil, ^ auu act. M ah!?before ni?r>it cloaca on our E.' track. To U tiru h our' youth upon the wlriKs of rhyily B4 (Uivr its Urea from fulluro un<l ? '. rCaret! . ? Margaret Sackville. fftrr Hnnut ntiH Dnnrr At Country Clali. TT>. Country- Club wan the cfnt ( much activity -today, when to intul.i! i.jMit n,i?m :umi nam-' Ink place from 1J ji. n to 1 p. in.. M vrn* attended By u very large IthrrliiK. The roast w :i* served 0:1 Ik lawn. Ira. J." M. Horton rlialrman of to entoctaitimun' committee in the mnce of Mre Beverley Berkeley jThe' ass'.sUnr -ku?tesses at the |(t*r ruant' were- Mrs. Beverley Ifke.ie...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

I I P''" mm , g MONTANA SAND CATOIFS OHIO, , AND PLATINUM * - ..Rubies Also round in Paying tU Quantities ?Vast Enterprise to Recover Treasure. Whkt ta b?ln? Mll.4 Kw .j ?? ?' ------ "/ w*i?cr\m tha greatest platinum field In the / whole world, barring none, extend-. \ InS l??n a point on the southern border of Lincoln County In northweetern Montana to the Prasisr River country in Brlt'sh Columbia. la to be - subjected to development on a large >' v aoale. according to a special dispatch 1 to Tha Christian Science Monitor, from Butte, Mont. A company opsrdtlns at Wueanel. II. C.. will establish a reduction plant at Leon la. Ida, on the Montana boundary line, and wlM L endeavor to recover- the platinum which, with rubles and Sold, ie found " in the black land and (ravel that form tbe charaoterlatlo deposits of lisle vast area. After lb years-of axperliBfhtlng. h large plant, designed for the recovery ? of the rubloe and gold from the aand and sravel in the thousands of aer...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

r lie Roanoke World-News ! fcatabllakM. 1889 FT 'MOANOKK. \ A I nalMkil tncr !>?? Sunday . TIM EH-WORLD CORPORATION, PuUdtnf. Kdanokr. Va IV VlMlIt:'llX. Editor Member* u! JJJWB Kewapaper Publl?hrr*' Ataoelatlpti PCJ*W* S?w?vn?T Hubltahrr*' A?eoci?tion 5 * The AiMclnnl Prt ?J Aa4)t Bur?mi of emulation ~rzr Aaaoctatol Pre*# i? rxclualvely ii WM to tba u?c for rrpubllcalioit of ?ll ??? diapan-he* credited to It or not othercr?dilcd In thia paper and alao the local jMBBa publnlu.j herein. . " roRRMfS repkk'v nt wive Vrallrk a BaVr. Ibo- K?? York and Chicago |brno at Poaiofflr* at Hoauokr Virginia. Br ' Bj laaaad CUaa \i M am RATES lN.AUVANCK I 15 ?nta per week payable to carrier, i t rr.?o per rear parable at the office, r or BY MAIL Daily, yna year 5.V00 l>aOy, atx month* ? ">0 Daily, three moot ha ft.50 JNUly. one month VO.50 e : telephones : : Purine the t>ay Hp Catla 3143 At h'lcht 6:30 r. M. to 8.30 A. M. Buainaaa Office 3143 hpiooqal De...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

^ Among Th< ; ?lllt . J0 Sflfg Suti 4.,'.,. . <' (Published fc -? i' ' ^ ? i ibin.^ "U~IA? ^AHKliK ' ' LUKD The Short Story Jr. Ilkat THA.MtUIVI.NV OtfrT - iii?inK?Ki\i<iK ?t?wiiw lur^ejr; lt|)eil?il Deborah wlUi trembling Up*. "It yonr father were well toouiti f ' ltft-CO-hunting. It would be different," atfclied her mother. "Tu'kry. tu'kcy,' wailed Daily John, feeltnK that aotncibiiift mm ?r> ui;. . "t il M Ibil JHlUU old .Mr. Wmelow nal a couple of extra ones," V fumed Deborah. "1. saw liltii g?v hunting early llila morion :, and ho eg me baclcxarrjlnir what looked like two or tliree. That nlrslah famllv of -lna?a HI i .it n i .ill" l 11 i..n'-An'i here ?re haven't aujr." i Hlie put on Iter wiapa. bundled, up ? Daby John, and got out the rude aled b^r father liail o. ,,1e for Aw?y ana trnu'ed urroab the aimw. pulllav * FOR CORN SHOW ^ *. Exhibition and Virginia Crop Improvement Association Convention Scheduled CHARLOTTESVILLE PICKED Ent...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

K Pxdeveiops F HEW POTATO SEED Strain of Green Mountain is S^ound to Give Much Better -Yield EKvokstlirc. Nov. ?Tiie Virginia jtaC9?r1tnent Station has developed a da <ff Green Mountain potatoes MMafc has yiuiin. umataurtlnM.i gutti tar qaallty and yielding ability. In tatl extending over u ten-year perkM Dill strain nf tlrrrn Mfinntsln lias fcfrMWged |J.i bushels more to the PCn then the original Green Moun twin from which It was developed. InBpttlnn what may be accomplished Uf wlae selection" and breeding. Tins tare 1 lent strain of potatoes ranks Ifrith V. r. J. No. .1 wheat and V. P. I. Mo. J opts which represent other dtnt breeding accomplishment* of Hie Virginia, Station. The following letter written to one if. the .officers of the Virginia Crop m'provem'ent Association by Earnest 4*. Boyec fPolton, Va., reports th# Wult ol. a test comparing tnc yteld??V ability of the improved strain wlUl that of a common strain which Kg. Pclton cal s. "Just Potatoes ** fTor .aome ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

;T-W ^^3;';:' ^ v ^mmmsam^fmmHnsr^|^ 7Vrnu in Prison For Twelve Men h Total 9S Years I l , ' St.?A r#pfiM#t*H*? ot the Slate | 5 Penitentiary reached Aecoipar u,e , r a put week and 'took away with bin IS men wHe ?r* to aerve time there ; totaling tS!-yeara, all 6< whom mrt | convicted at-ytly. ^>etpber term of ( "% w"' I ^ jLr" ' GIVE A LAMP Kx offer the areataat u C Floor, Table and Boudoir p Men ltd the city. There la a style that w M. your demands r.t a price thi deed pleasing? ia-w* ?i ?e.o jmjT ai trr 1 ?iO~ nk A TEA WAGON FOB You diotber, wife or sw ^ will trill) appreciate J'OttT- ! ML fulness if you let wee of 1 the expression of your love mfeL You will find thea In mi V1 American .walnut and mah< w htrch with and without the ?J a A HOOSIER FO m MOTHER ? ^fcr; There is practicability emb n\ every Use of this famous ,1 The fact that there are over i eUBL lion satisfied users should b ancc enough for >ou. - There Is one that will ju...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

E ' "'! G ' President of State Good Roads jfc Association Not Sirprised At Action MISSED OPPORTUNITY TO J. ' , LIFT STATE OUT OF MUD >, Levying of Three Cent Gas Tax Put Forward to Prerr -vent B<jnd issue. Is Claim Hubert ,C. K! ott,. President o( the Virpi lie Good Iliads Association in nu interview given to a Titue^ reporter.Jast n:kJit >.ud ttiat ; he was -not surprised at the action of the Governor In refusing to call the extra session of the legislature. He Btated that the opposition . started a gumshoe campaign until they ound otit .that the bond issue . _ ..advocates had, a majority to put - over the bond issue if the special ' sessidn was called, aiid )hat when they sa.w they were beaten they sidestepped an<1 triml u> put over Y/ another plan. I ; i:in?i?'a o iin?"ui.iy" The full -scatcim-iit r. niott follol*--. "I titri not at u1t surprised at the nor.a limi'inmrTt tn mtt .1 sp?-e. ' to cunilder tu< Imnd l*su...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

' _0l^m \ \ raE - . , t ^ ' 1/ ) Santa Says Welcome t< PRING the children along with you and let ~~ O Toyland to their hearts' content?it's the )l% that Santa Claus could arrange. fH The Best News the Roanoke is That S I Toys at Prices, Make ChristntasjI u jM OW-FashionejLDay it Once, Was jjjei ?N THE Toyland (the tables are piled up high? * eP/Jj away above Vbur. heads, and the shelves are WwJPl loaded full wittjfthings your children like. Choose EXCs Toys at price^nuch lower than they have been in Widp* recent years. * l^jP0 . . Ji Friday, Dec. 1; I ONG weeks ago, before very many of you girls iljis store lias ever had, and what a wonderful < .thousands of toys of every description. Santa Cli jjggj to him. He wants t-o give every little girl and ho? mvt I a di ten. A i wtc nm <VjPleasiirc \ jJr* ?the toyland of little girls J 0 them. Don't forget that D "Q* 'J5 ? ' *ace8' dolls that say "Mama rUf ^ smiles; big Dolls, little Doll: 11J\ dresses, with...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

F" PWpjV m*YOUR~H p < --Here's Wi A Very Real K| > * By ROYAL S. CO! Commissioner of Hea ^ITTTHILE mary holidays are jorf the people of toe L ritod Sta know there :s n<>nc which is : B 1?ml holiday. K arh individual state d nif what day? shall U- set apart. Aside from the church festivals, th ?v '*is the one most pvn^raily observed, bi t,-; UU . i i? :,1 1.^,^1 ,w,?k IV iwuuay nw*i nwiy mviihiu-u "?*** ?-* America is Thanksmv:?K day. It took real cTit and imagination 1 tba ifloorny time.* of 1621. Cortainiy it celebrate any event if sentinels must I kept Iry to ruani atramst nttack an death. But the Pilprim Fathers and wfcrth. The oy in their henrt.s and th rvatiofi th-rngb years of oppression* and hardship overcame the fear of i*. trsnchery and of the stia.:!i of silent *<> ? - T JfhentvTT we who live on tfti* lucky f t. continent think ft a day of celebration ' we think of feastirtR. music and iaughter. Thankaciv ng...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

FYipwT>T^r!r ; '" ^-.L a-, ^ | 5C0t ft Daily )j First Issue Ofv:: Scout Song Book Off The "Pres?" if ?? r* "H?t Oir tbo nOiaooffraoh." ?o to oA?al? lka flrat laatin of lha Hov - - Bon* Book, ntltied "Camp >*vb?Un Bon*" w?? produced Y?MUrdaf at headquarters. Scout Ell[ _B?Uvo P.. P. Withers, with a dorps . i' K MM experts tad amafual erlttea i I asslatlnn him, -baa produced &n<> of the neatest ll-Mf* collectlaaa of ones to bo found anywhere. About ISO cop too of tho first ad It Ion of tbo sonpbook will bo published a?"i plaood ta tho handb of scoutmasters i? and their assistants. The solootlooa U oomprlss a a roup of soars popular ' with tho tsy Scouts and V. M. c. A. younasters of the city and It la anticipated that tbo demand for ooplda SUM so areat that another edition - will bo required within a short time The booh Includes every kind of : eonn loved by. boys. - Itounds - and A roundelays, ballads sot to musW. marchlna eona*...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

GOOD GOC f* ' m " ^~ "T yt * r T HK P WORLD NEWS BVf Claaalfled advrrtulni rale* 7c ? Hoc j?.. counting B woriif lo tbe line Si ???p l??Olti?t 4c per loch F". , AU clviSrC trlctl.t jV* 'J ! ?* ! U> <)? ?ncr ' Special oa?b ntr* to lorr term *3 eerilacre <o appicatno [ .v yj CmP suit a<-cctrf \r? ? I ( out ot I ;i. , 1 ?o? t> ocdrii , Mttclniacattc'e not icrrntttetl. niit or dch* : 1 ? -"V ir;1* ' prrmmrd k^, | All *d?frowmet>(? uj;>i pr?cb lb? I ? Bo?tne?? oOi ? by ? 30 p m Tor p?^? tmbilratton n-it ttion ".r : J??iortl?yr I?'- by B p m [ t'BONE 3.4- j [% |SPECIAL NOTICE! L When you place a keyed ad-! vefisement in The Roanoke' [ Times or Roanoke Worlil-News,! get your receipt with the key I and number on it. We cannot give out answers' to blind advertisements unless' you have your receipt, or prove j !T ownership of the advertise-; t ment. |4v* . Don't ask us questions about keye.d advertisements ? they, ar...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

RpppmipiRP GREENWICH PRIOEj ' BEATS WEINERI ^ Handsome Charley Weinert Good As Long As He Lasted,* Which Was Less Than . Five Hounds. ) 9r rir (Br Special teamed Wire to tSI RoaBoke World-New.. Copyright, l*n!) The pulchritudlnoua one from the far al.orc. of Jersey bee ? ion* wax t? So before he can again be et.rioualy consider^ In the U?*t-he?,ry-w.lBhl division. And tt'n too bed, for Charley bee I'lasa, which he allowed for about a . round and a hair at ??,. * 'J*'**" Wedneaday nig til wh.n iirne Tunner. who la almoat hindiomn, M Charley. Mopped the l.d.r abort if??rL? aecunls of a?(HUn? in th? fourth round of what l,*d tern cheduled aa a. K,-round (o. , It vm a u>? of a clover man with 4 proapecta depending nolalv on thoae * Tw? thine*. WeHiert had not (rained conscientiously and for a ahort tlino *o( out of hie avatem the rtabblne** and weakaeM of wtad that cvmo to tha.man who burn* -lh? candjc at bO'h onda. Tuiy**y. peering wtiely ahead Into tha future which* allowed...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

IPPIMR BUI PASSES HOUSE \ BY SLIM MARGIN *, ' * ? j Measure Goes to Senate Monday?Bone Dry Measure , Eliminated In Last Mo|P't ments of Fight. ^ i (Bj Tke Amoclntril I'rrMl I bti.--.' Washington*. Nov. 29?The ailI mlnlilrull..n .1,I. I.lit .-iroxnH which was waged the in oft hitter r. partisan tight of the present ConKress was passed today by the r~y House with "4 votes to spare. The final "?)uut was SoR to IS4. Sixty-niijo Republicans broke away froni their party organization I' and opposed the bill, while four fy Democrats supported it. rThere never' was much doubt je about the result, bur the margin [. - ' by which it went through was much I lower than estimates publicly gicen by most of the leaders. It was. however, just hbout what they figured on privately. t In the face of threats to delay, if not prevent its passage bjf the Senate, the measure will go Monday to the Senate committee which . P' ans to accept it as passed by the I House ar.d take the fight to the uwt UvAl r?*?Tl...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

' Market and Ft 1 "? -'T ' f Market News I | J' . ' " LOCAL/MARKETS " ' The local atoek and bond market, reported by the Liberty Truet CwipL1^11*' Bid diked I lUei. Nell. Bank ...lie . > Colonial Natl. Hunk .. 1*0 {|& r, ' Lay and'NIioht Bank.,. Ill t Nmtv' KVch.-.'&??<;:: f;i Peoples' Perpetual Loan-* \ <P. *01 6 ... ' Rko. Ihd. Loan (p. ! >.. IS ... . E .s?v,ngii * Loan Corp I la Title Ousr. Trust .... jtj *j ft'ty^ol ^Lynchbum" '{fee '?7Mr .*? J| Roanoke Clae l.laht ts.. . ,s. ? 91 7 Mm. Witw Vka, tat- " I' bonde li ,.. Si ... University of Va. 4a..:. ?3V? '?# r ltlveretde and Dan Hirer ? Cot. MUla Com. ..... 300 s:o 11 Riverside ml Dan River , ? f Cot Mill*, pfd 103 410 \ Ilk a. Drue Co. ....v... ?* sc t *llke. Oroc. A MIIL Co. ... luo * like Hrtdce Co. ...... .... 400 " 8. P. lilt* Co lit r Mhtnandoah Life Ins. }( j| .1 United Cigarette (p. ?)., s ... ^1 IVa. Urldg... A -iron .../ 19o ...? d Alburn Coal ~ lao 1...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 November 1922

v- v I " f I W* Eighteen I " .'^'IkML^trr:=?==?o^.- > Lacs I f ?-'i amusements today ' I j BRS)9PRX1?H I 1 Five Big Time Keith Acta. | ! Tferr* pr rt n r turn *?rr? dull;, at K &. TIM and V. I Alau plrinrra ahonn. || i^M F Eugene O'Brien ft,. "John Smith" ' I- RlALTO George Fitzmaurice | PKOUlTTIO!V ' "The Man From Home" ai?o nr*tm ktito* t? IIBUHS." JEFFERSON F* BILLY ALLEN Musical Comedy KKATlHI%0 I "The Three Romeos" Rftrrtp Krai firkrlt Sale llrnrbry'i. Pkoar I2?i PARK I jj v CvRex Ingram IWiiutwrv of /?-4A (Trie Prisoner qP Zenda *? gtoy* Oxley'* Orchestra c ^ .1 J . ^ I L NOTICE! # 0 L Y M P I A tC A F E ^ Is Now Serving f Regular Club' Breakfast 7 to 10:30 A. M. Regular Dinner 11:30 to 2:30 P. M. 50c Regular Supper 5 to 8 P. M. , 50c tTry Our Regular ? ? Chicken Dinner We Hel| Commutation Tlrketa. 3.SO for *1.00 aad H.VS3 for tfi.HO. Olympia Xafe 1 - II* W. ? ampbrll Are. |j open DAY AND NiaifT.' M&Mf Norfolk^ Western itutni Lc n KFKnn HAI a...

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

rr^r.->" **"- ' V 7' " T - ? ? ' M t 5SS SljeBflanoke PatHd-Ncnis 5SJ 1 VOL. 40?No. 132. 22 ^AOE8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 1, 1922. - PRICE TBBBE CBNTs] I .Ba^aa^^?gg' * -"-L' J J- " ' ^=g=e=aa i' PNEUMONIA -MM or ILLINOIS f Veteran Republican Leader Succumbs At' Washington p dome?Serious Condition Not Generally Known? Was Outstanding Figure In t Lower House For Quarter of Century?Will Be Buried In Chicago. ' t WashlngtoQ, Dm. 1.?(Br The Associated Press.)-?Death . Imtt night ended the Vg(#latlv.- career I of Representative Janes It. Mann, of the Second Illinois District, long rated as a giant of the House. Returning here two weeks ago for the opening of the special session of Congress, Mr. Mann, who I ; had served bis people upwards of ' a quarter of a century., took part In the preliminary work of the House. A week ago. however, he was ;-/ forced to stay at home bftanse of d \ . a cold, which be (ailed to shake otf. Ills condition at Brat was ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 1 December 1922

B 1 sfi drought is reported i j in lynchburg section n*M Wlllwit Hal* la Rka * RnA?Little HrrcHpllallon f ' Nal?4 f Lynchburg. Sor. SO?(Special)? 0 k With tract tcalh no.rain Tallin* here ff tw ?? dtri a acriovi* droughtjs lm: cpanning In thla eecttoii of Virginia. T~ A'*.Hleaa relief corne* aoon from good KnlM. During the monUi of NovaiuIftMr I*1* Taclpltatlon ?it*rrrtt?l p- only .it of an Inch. .18 of which irll an ona rain on the lMh. I.a tor ^fere ST n*aa a iboatr which amounted to . * of precipitation and tin* week ^HiBara vaa snow which amounted to ?J"I of an Inch, Ti'r l<??t good tain. ?( . .? of an Inch fell. October 15. though Uthera wan a fall of .J: on October m ?U. glnra that?thu?Btiinini hue?bvtS V wen real wet. n> An a result of this condition the " atajre of the Jame* Klver has fallen ijf ',.tO minus.3 of a foot, which la only !or ft .foot at>ovc the tttoeoimr tow >Ur mark ever recorded here by ? *ov?rn rnetit. 57 , ' . ' jo...

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