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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

""fODAVS NEWS \ \Y WEATHER FORECAST^ illiiSHi - , ^ ~ awl cralral tonight. "1 v vol; 40.?No. 133. ^18 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY afternoon, qecember 2, 1922. p p , n B *n p * it n * n t a i TAKES ROUGH' ' DODGING RICH' 1 Governor Blaine, Speaking Before Progressiye Confer, Mica. nritiriTo* ,W.F w > i ?<wfcvw ww i viui y m Mellon: For Alleged Failure * to Prosecute Wealthy tax ? i Dodgers ? Denominates Tariff "Painless Extrac* *>; tipn" System?Says Tax ?, L Laws Should Be Enforced ? As Other Laws. * i ' ^ Washington, Dec: 2.*?-(By the ^ International Nevre Service.) ? | 4 Tearing into the rich tax dodger I aa "Juat aa much or a criminal aa | the embessllng "hank official," Gov- * ernor John J. Blaine, of WI aeon- I in, sharply eriticiied Secretary |< Mellon before a gathering here to- 1 day of notable progressive men and I women to and out of Congress. "Suppose Mr. Mellon would 1| scourge the profiteer and the millionaire with ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

[,*" '' 9 l m OF ROUTINE = r IS TIMCIEO By I my COUNCIL MEN j; Many Matters Atundcd to In Wj One of 8hj>rtc3t Sessions of Present Term. I Iry CfliinJn V>iVr.n?v acini a raft <if routln. n.itl*ri and tW M/A foil rned mitm~ ^Blnloni of the pretunf nil, A Mr. Ktump wa.? the firm one to t APP?ar before I'oiihil. I|. had It 'eoHlalon with n trvt'?r r>rle c?n the T corner of Campbell ,\vni?> and l'ark fi 1 iftreat and helng, "ii euAerrd the ^HMpAfer d imake Tin n Ml-r ?;i< re 'tarred to the City .\r.m.igi" f muo. 2* ligation agalntt the ?l i of Oily PJ" Solicitor v ' -.1 ! ' ere w at iV? nothing to Invfi|kiif' mh tlif only I ^ prortn through tfi courta. ~ - Ootthrl lrr; t%jr bor i?twt d t frn r h r WADIrd to take laaue ?Kh the attor- I * * Way on the matter and want'd to err F?b#w fa?l the pol o ? is r < mug" and JT 1f they were exceeding I'm- rpeed | ft* limit. t Ht'tlr. Wall tliu i nt.iPlirli ii *' filling jiUi...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

* ' V * ' BASEBALL HEADS . . FACE PROBLEM! * - % * -* * \ Advibce Qiuurd Arrivfes Foi Lonftrill? Hooting?South^ ern Association Owners In. Sossion. 1 Lx>utavl1t?. Kr, D?c. 1.?(By tta? ^ ; . AsaoclaUd. Pr**>?Loulavlll* todaj ?? under tit* algn of th* dlimunJ Th? advanCa. suar?l of mlaor l?a^fc< baseball bl( chiefs war* htr* foi th* oMPln* of a we.k of puw-wowi and council house tneetlnaa destined ^ according to ad vane* Indication, t? ..nmnva ui ikti lor th? ' president of tbo Vtava Lh(?^ Tne meeting of the Southern A* sedation club 6wner? today was tta. ft rat tin lb* Mat. Thf a* latin? watvei prtca Vme aatd to ba one of the moai B important subjects book*4 for dleB - cuaslen at the meeting. The majorl ty of the ownerg were understood It | . favor an Increase In tbo preaant figI ura of 9400. -John U. Martin, Mam phla. la praaUlant of tbo aaaoelatlon . Th* annual me*tln^^>f tbo Am. it rah Aaaoelatlon 4a on^ktae book foi Monday. -Reflection ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

1 1 "i'.'iiMi.i j w?i^mmmmm l?-' rhc mechanical toy appeals instantly to every ' ^^BCy sees it. ltrins in the children to see the hip ' ^ sTft^ Ja*ibo-Jitu. electl%alty operated, do his lauxhabl stnnt. Hundreds come daily to see 1^?Trice .. (I Automobiles for thfe Younf Automobiles thai IJ j5?KrV enough and handson he enough to make a yo almost as big and s The jcolorings are bri ^8??>- \y arp very latestL*j^V^ ^> )PS 7 And these large, r^r automobiles are "c ! ly^\ $15.50, $18.50, $25.0 |p8p. "The Lionel Electric Tr !Afe Standard of the World Since 1900 - Motor. Coaches and Track. Pure delij boys; and real enjoyment for the grown fojk. outfits start at $7.50 and go on up graduallyHBp/ $9.50. $12.50, $14.50, $20.00 and on up to j r xrjkJr Mechanical Trains: complete outfits, in wide vW& assortment, at prices 7ESC lo *Q-?? t ranging iroui v Transformers for Jalectrlc $^| .50 Trains ^ Extra Railway Switches. $Q.50 ?pair . O Extra Railway f &lt...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

t;* -' ',: ' ', .;- *? S Avoid^the mish hour? fcf|2| shop in the morning k ijfijR stofe hours, 8:30 A. M, > Oft} Smoking Sets Ideal Gift* For a Man: i Ebony Smoking Stands, glass , ggCW 101,8 .$2.50 to $4.C Rmatiail Dp... C4.~jp n * ?/i?oo umujvii, catn h 1.1 Dull Brass Stands ... ...... 6.S Tobacco Sets, consisting of I , Tray, Jar and Cigarette Case 7.S Mahogany Ash Trays.f 1.69 and |2.G 1 The Gift Supreme for Me \ TyUl ?verythlng for Women who are search li J Via for* the Gift of Gifts for their men folk [ yr? v/ Here yon will find a variety of everything th ?<2*raK will help make "His" s Merry Christmas. ^ Wfii Bilk Neck Ties la great profusion, strip j and figured .; BOc to |U L 1 Hen's roll Fashion Bilk Half Hose. In i j trijn. the wanted colors .....7Se to |t( ($?? Men's Lisle HaTTHose ........ 83c and a Fine Leather Belts, with . Initial bnekles, ! rnjyy nice gtfty boxes ....91.00 to 9SJ Jfe?* Men's Leather Gloves, Brown and Gra ' r/U?M with or without ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

b? \/ a ' * } H I| ,\ P Vhe Roanoke WortdNews I t *" ?aubllahe,l 1 Ml , ,. I P' KOANuKt' VA ij Kffi, Ntllkkil Bmr Day Except fuoiay *m?? ?rr>KljO,C<7R?,V>KAlION. I'^T TV?o_ ?ttdlof Iloanokc V?. KPT' JVHIV* 9. r'lSHBl R.N ""Editor. if Meabrra of ' 8 ?-?**rtc? Wi?H>y r Publishers' Association >. j : mk*ri M*ws?ai>rr Publishers' Association :I The Associated Pr. ?s ?iBftm of Circulation 1 Ths Anoaalei 7'rim' U excluairaly enI BSS* ?* u*** for rep ub Ilea Uqn of all I iMspatobes credited to It or bot otherI *ha craiilnl la Ibis paper iml alao Hie local SjjWa Hbllafcel herein A J V .. VOftBieM R EP R K h K NT AT IV K I Fralldi > Bales. Inc . New Vara and Chlcaao f BPSEMd at l^jalolflro at Koanokr. VirCtnia. It . ? Second Claaa Mall Mailer. Rates in advance U OBU iwt week payable to carrier. 7.80 per year payable at the office. by mail - Mir. one year 85 00 H?Mr. at* aoatlii 8:.50 JMIr. three months 81 50 IMy. ?x...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

K v '* r' ii ~ri i i i !?i! i 1 ;; t'v r .. i / I J. (Published by " mmMwwLLkM. PAJuna. 130^ r 1 I The Ca* And The I Z Mouie f fS i , n ^ ?T Dm* Matt** ri Thar* waa one* t veiy nia llttl* h cteatur* la the form of a mouse, o Htoe lived la a hole in the wall of a * "? ?. Ulf wniif , cat. lived there alao gad Huele. tba i * ' mom waa frightfully ax raid of him. I Who had always boon successful In I .ifoqllmr To#, and whenever aba I' . caught eight of him darted into the u bole in tho wall. 4 tea day Tom dotormmod to outwit r ?#? Ho wiat to tho tlnjr crovlca n L 1", .?ho wall and.JV*fd Susie aoftlr t Inglag to horftlf. -SuaU, coma out -r whoro you eon bo Aon.'' ho callod u into thoi bolo," Tou aro oo very beautiful to look upon and have gucth C a wjmdarful role*. ?n? 7do, please" a . _ coma Oil out gp?T otng for mo," On h I 1 hearlsg tbta Susie became Tory a pleased., altho ahn always boeamo r frightened .when she hoard or saw ' Tom. this flow or flattery waa ploas- a lug-to boar..'* T...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

V SOCIAL AND S* I MRS. J. W. SHI W ft Office Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M Phi I '. . rait. . '. KkA* towMba maple standing on' the ^KL _ lawn . mt- I# Indian UBUtiir s*rt>. a few lekvea- 1 I Klimfi with itsSw anohrs toward thej 1 HA. . Clow Ins mn '. With wistful heart?not ltk? Ma April oh* ^W>t was exultant, clamoring?so I, J > -Thw springtime of my h>\<- (una by, i ^^Hprrwti my arms for you. fori V life Indeed, Sinew your dear warmth is still my K'i> nasi need. , H< -?Frank C- L?*ts In The Lyric. J ftt HlM Richardson tilve. Am At Hume, j W". An nttractlve at hotne waa Riven ( Wt't'Friday afternoon by Miss Nadlpe | urBayerly Richardson- ^complimentary lira. Refer Wait, of Uounsboro, t E'" The house decorations were In wefr La . low and White chrysanthemums and ^HfNILanil -the guests were invited ?i< fron^ 30 to t Jo o'clock. IBV Receiving- with Miss Hlehardson ! hpi. W as the rurtt rt hen-r. M'S Itogor V...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

v,.' | BOYSGOUISSTAGE \ GREATMINSTREL II More Than Four Hundred | Persons Witnese ExcelI lent Performance An tinueually clever nmutrur mlnf atrel rt?* ?u *U(Vd by Troop No. I It Of the Iloanoke Boy Scout* at I Trinity Met hod Ut Church loot night. I lema uf ballade. jokes and ii^eii K |?i?raln|M at the show, which V waa of the old familiar and favored "circle' variety. About 4U0 people eaw the production. I The ballad*. "I'll Forget You." I aung by June (luihrldgvrand "Mighty r m ?m?v nn( l>y HMd ai.'l CoMalwm, end the dramatic recital of "IK??n By tha Klverslde." by . Phillip ItciPP. vera, probably the-hHe of tha show. Chaatar JuIiummi. aa . tha "Mafic Man." mystified iha ai' ' dtanca tlma aftar ttma with clavcr trlcka ' Tha end man. ituward and - Terrell. and U'wd and lieaden. kant k tha bogaeSp uproairs daring tha antlra performance. "I'at" hn.lth. boya' secretary of tha Y. M. C. A.. who filled tha Interlocutor's chair on account of the lllneaa of Prank Craig, hantiled...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

HyS fmu. ME. HENIPEL SINGS I EXCEPTIONALLV WELL BEL TMt Hcw,~ York Recital of | Beaton Brings Studied f, Praise From Critic (VVlidi lie nip* l gave* to'i f.rat *on ft edtal of tV *ea?oi; )ti New York I Mrt Twestfay tvenli.K <. : ih? coca* York H n!d. ni/t d ?u- I II VwCli abllit) Mild Char- I IClcr. writes: , Mffll. ) l |l-lU J I T 1 I."-. o Ciuguish. 1 souraii rtrierly ?f the Metropolitan ope:* lioure, Stve her first seti* t>el?al "f the seasvn in Cavr.' itir Ha l last averting According ' 1 the prevail itr \lu?tom among. concert Rln|tfr> she presented a prog rain In which operatic a.rs felt before ' groups of songs or after them. Three, onerath- rumni c.* figured 1 In the list, namely. "Von piu <11 ftorl" rom llotart's "Titus." I "Lm fa vette avoo sea petlts" from Oretrv a "Zemire ? t At .re" and the gavotte from Massenet* 4*|lanon " A* one good M .xarl air (laServes another. Mine Hem pel sang as an cncie r,,.nit er :' ?!< r O...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

I 'V K x ' fin SOLDER ' TOBEJEUFED -f i i ipaciallj Trained Oooka Will ^ Prepare the Food, Not "Im-. poaai^le" Soldier*. l N.^.?x^ri^F. ,asss*? tt:A-u??2riK?rs.'!S5 Council. -Cookbouao" 1? no Ion?or to bo a: SiirgsrEa ^zsrz^ was. 'Tww^wsrjwdas mint know onouah about food to dUeoror wh.th.rlTl. properly^,*! d or not. And nttraotiv.i.rrlc? *f cSSklnJ. M " WW u ?ood L Th. now army cook fros now on want not on any account b.jSn h? bontu pot amok. In tho aookhou*. on throat of dir..t pualih.n^t.-d b? N? clean band, and nail.! : "* ?<rt?lor of tba lino fa to t . bo tfivon ? cup o ftca whin bo wakoo k In tko moroInp. and n Ilb.rai br.akfaot la to follow. Bach m|dd?yToal muot oonal.t of moat. voa.Lbfr. and woota. and a aub.tantTal ton and auppor moat follow oacb day. "Unlna-up" for ration. I. .ntlroI If a boll. hod. Vtatlni aoromniodal Una anal bo mmrortibU?"d Sat. kbi.. *>???, all^ ogfa.ro n.uat "'" P"*'1." vr *??o 10 b? orrrd at mine hot _** W*' U??t>t th?...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

I' . twblvk 1 KELLER GIVES HIS" I SPECIFICATIONS FFOR IMPEACHMENT . Chief Justice Taft and Many J Others Named As Witnesses j P" In D&ugherty Proceedings. rl rK s : Washington. l)(o. :,-(liy The A?-l cliled I'rfM J- A tlat?mrnt of I form chlfr^pn l?v Rrtir# ?. tital! v.. K o I - 1er. ItepuEllran. of Mlnneaota. setting forth fifteen apecttic Rroun.4* on which he eek* the Impeachment of Attorney tieneral J 'a uk he rt \. ha* been aubmltted to the H<>ti>? Ju dietary Committee. which meet* neat Monday to consider the rhnrice*. Tranamit led to the committee late yeaterday, Mr Keller * statement was accompanied t.v a letter te> t'hQlr... man VVietenrt fn which he declared tha cpeclflcatlon* "*et out and 1 am ., prepared to pri?\e that the said J l>au/rherty la tsulliy- of s-rious mls, conduct in office" and "of. blah t v Crimea and misdemeanor* In fcurteen particular*." If any of the crounns "art forth, can be aatd to l&am...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

r ii i II IS BROKE; SELLING POLIS Barred Prom Sine After W - Orer Oarpentier, lie Quick ^ ly Spend* Big Pot. mt am cwm, ' *flt?rnillMlll Ntwa ti.vL.. a. >" \- ' .*} ' ' .' 1 > 1 ?i i i . # <:: f' ? ' . H | ~ i W*A*tM? f >< * ?l gA*-*?fs rr thi ^ 0A0US IS A *?> OArft**04? "TMirt ?? . F : i _ , :A-?.? Correspon dent.) t ' - PuH. Dti dtkt ta L a*aa WMrt. The 'o^lmr Carpentler la broke. Ha cot H, train# for the aleepins pill he hcn( Oaorgaa.bai the pace ha aat arau Montmartr* and \ha dosen fatht brother* and buddie. that hem their swindle aheeta to tha dr k fKr^rsAv.U'Vttnv.:;?,:! SJ .'a car'"*" ? : - < "WCarpentler, who ain't no cbai plot. can. cell tin cans, walk 1 cu, t arts, ^ Mia mahacer isn't Interested la i oho* pasta corporation. Heller I hopea that la tha -nesr future i -baa. will b* lifted and Hikl rest possession of bla titles. Wi aal k . Uf ha was eaaaldertn* a match o? aids of Franoa. -NO." replied...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

j^fftJSUAL F ???:...V T HE r WORLD NEWS OtogtfBed edreetlrtof ratee 7e Hoc counting O worvla to (be tine ; Dtoplay elamlOed Mc per ln<-b I I ';, All elaeatfled a-lrert iint atrtctly B '' Mk ? ad ranee ' iV Special raid retire to long term ad' tectleera to application Caeh ouit accompany all oct-ofy town orden y ^ M tact aaei flea t tone not permitted. Hu cuts or bcaty die-** faced trpe permitted ~ All adrertleetnrrte mint rrach the bofaaa office by * HO p tp. (or publication next tncrLlur. SalurdJje Eg by 8 p m PHONE 31 ??. CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS jfrr trtFTN K?m KKK. BRACELET WATCHES,. lar?ro complete stoek to >.elert from, moderately "priced. Easy term*, k Roanoke Jewelry Co., '12 W. Campbell Ave., Roanoke, Ya. B ? Phone 405. 7921 f tANDY ?Norm ort^ann'ict in Gift P*tka*r? | ? Frictd Irom one lo live vialU'i. Arijolt ? fV Clfif Co . 104 W. Cawi'tK-li Ave. 70i'4 P COMML'NIT Y SILVtK" AKK ? Tlit kin.ftU .1 ^ I i? *u*r*iHrcil for .'>0 (fan. Konw^r ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

L How,Head I and Often M< m By ROYAL A. ( I Commissioner of hi I IT is bed owiti to be forced to lii I noise, rhytbask and persistent. L indeed to have that noise in jroui u *u i Catarrhal tarehrement of the i. ebkf cum of "bend uotggg." Whothor catarrhal trouble will turbuagg la the ears depends up ostomy. One, of the little bones of the' bone, so-called because it has the | ' iron saddle stirrup. The foot-plate a window in the skulL _ K plays ba window. "But if the mucous memb sasd by catarrh, tbs free moremen Is Interrupted, It aajr it## Womu ftaei I* place. Insngwmlieu a Caaee. Tf title flection occurs amen the foot plate la peed** well lata the bony win SOW. titer* may he preaeere on th IsMi In the lalemal ear When ttati occur* there ere ell eorts of suhjectlvi * By "sabjeetlr* notsee" I mean tha the pat'eel tmaslnee there are *'l tort Of noiof. He hear* them, ^ut you *n< I cannot hear any thine eat of the or I . dinsry. Sncti notsee are ell In the bend en...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

f* J SIXTEEN ^ I improvemer p" OnZy HaZ/ 1f?ll??l(.v Hill*. We. I ?lii'Scr TV '* Blbiun ludiv called attention to a TO, Vdtjr Important fact In dlacuaalng th? ffoneral Industrial revival. j*\. *"0kpreaalnn? hn the country very Jf, MtKh like atorma.'" sav* Mr Itahaun. ?? "and Juat ? thry affect different lie calltles of the country In regular ofqiltnrr they alao affect the different |>v alrialonn of our t>u?!fir?* v urld In . different decrees ami at different r time* CP' , 'The fart that a d-presslon ordinarily starts In the Northeast. works South and Went, finishing Its course In California, Is clearly evident from a statistical study of the situation If we look <u the business world, * ftnd it di'ldlr^f; itself into four biff divisions and we find that the business depression traces Its regular course through this Industrial fabrle. o First, there Is the raw materials Kroup, or Iron and steel companies, copper and oils; crop and livestock producers...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

W <4; j. t r ? i ' Market and Fii iBUYWfi AGAIN IS , STOCK FEATURE I ! ; Aborts Oororiaf apd Hv^Buy - art Xak< Good Bntiness? ' 1 Believed Barlior Liquid*tion W*. Forced. ' A (By ? *? P. Who a ^(By SpecialLeased Wlra to the Hon- A * noke WQridH?wi. Copyright. J?||) A Wall street. Neu York. Dm. i.? A 1 Today's two-hour "Wt market wee A ' a mliUre aga'n of Short covering oa A die part of wiiiwin who hare ett g previously he Herod In the reality of g I tho turn for tha. better. and freah J* huyina In_a,_nembcr of Individual Jv Ike eontrsat with last Saturday's {J demoralised eeaalon was notable and ? yet. eomparlng the outside hnalned* ? and financial. situation lit detail' C i with that of A week tf?. there was ' 1 scarcely any essential feature pres- ? eeu today that was not squall* proa- " eat then. It was farther lllnetrl- ? tlen that the penis sad ether opera* ? tare who wre thrown# over stocks C In tho market of a week ago were ? . selling because they had t...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 December 1922

I .? ' - - I F?' J I JPQHTEEN ' I , , / |R Iamusements today K' 7^' l"~ ?? ~ ? II in 111 mm iMwiiiT I KwcaTTnrsi I < Five Blf Time Keith Acte. I Tfer?? ptrtnraaacn tall/, at >. TaM ?atf . I 41m flclarr* atawa. I AMG&&AH Eugene O'Brien V "John * Smith" I PI ALTO v" George Fitzmaurice PHODICTIO* "The Man From Home" AIM JJLSTF.il KKITU.M la ? -?KHtU?UIU.ii JEFFERSON BILLY ALLEN Musical Comedy . FKATIRI\G "The Three Romeos" Km I'lrkrK " Ml* llrnrbry'B, Phuae J-Ui. a r-^ m r ^Rex Ingram Prisoner q/?Zenda r , ZZlXZ.'ZZ ? also? : | Oxley's Orchestra 2 ? sJTspecial sunday dinner TABLE D'HOTK III V \ KK KSe Cream of Chicken. Itlce Soup, RoAst Younr Turkey Dressing, CrJWberry Sauce. Celery. Maih ed niatoea. Corn Breads Green }>at, Ice Cream. TABLE D'HOTE DIMMER SI.IS Cream of Chicken. ltlce> Soup, *Roa?t I>eg- of Chicken, Dressing, Head Lettuce. Hashed Potatoes. Corn Bread. Spaghetti, Ice t Cream. ! TABLE D'HOTE DI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 December 1922

[ 2sSv ?Jji> Itatttkc f X0^,40^0- 184? IS PAQ88 TODAY ROANOKE. VIRGINIA, MONDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 4. 1922. I . - pnuiit raittit ISMET DENIES -a?*? ; 8E SENT HOME y Venizelos Maintains Life Is Unbearable Under Ottoman flule?Control of Straits Is Real Problfm of Today In Lausanne Conference?Bitter Feeling Between Turk ishand Greek Delegations Make Statements of Doubtl ful Value. Lausanne, Dec. 4.? (By The A?socisted Press.)?All delegates to the Near Bast conference approached today's session with the conviction that the critical moment ot the discussions was at hand, es The greet problem ot today?that t ot the Dardanelles?is vitally in frosting to all the powers, tnelnd' in* the United States. The Russian delegates were to mske their first appearance at the conference at r this, aesslon, Foreign Minister . Tehlteoprtn end M. Rskovsky hsve . been Iqf clone consultation with the Turks far the last two -days, end there In ertdence of great M?fc . none among the other delegat...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 December 1922

I x * !? If IfROANOKE )W~ If HAVE COMMUNITY [I CHRISTMAS TREE I ,< Plana For Memorial Avenue I 1 Will Also Be Discussed ~ At Meeting Tomorrow R Moaning. ^ Thei? w111 bo n ilic? Ir.i; in. the" i. morning of. rrprf?en(ut ?v? > ?f \ar los* civic organi;a ;>s r I' . -fi. .I *f the ?cretary of ! lie Civics l.?t\iyi?>ti vt the Association ot Common < t'.ull.lo continue h erklnc out t'tajr* j JfOT Memorial Aifru?, which will Ik.. Ah Avenue planted \?itn Iot* In g^fcaAnory <>f the H"-'tlirrv ?li< lost their I fHre? In the World ttar. ft# At thie inc. n-.ti in?; the iijtcAentutlvo* -of each organization will M |*ki'd to take part in a t'i-uin.unity ttinaimif Tn r. ' Those urbanization* which will t.c -2 presented. at tli? in-runa .ire I he. follnn III*: lloUrv ?'lul> Ktuiinl* flub, le 1.ion*. American I.e?ci"ii. In 'Hoc Sign.' We < ' H .. t M"t lo I * ^American I.egloii -AUMluri. .Kn...

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