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

Y "' . * " Moke alumni i - RALLY TONIGHT Wi Bi the Tint of ThirtySeren * Similar Heetings to Be Held Daring the H?t Sixty Day*. Enthusiasm la bain* worked up to t high pitch In the first of the masting* of tha Roanoke Collag* Ahimnl. which will b*^h*ld at the Hotel Boaaakb this evening at f o'clock. The meeting 'onlght precise* to bo one of the largest of the ST similar meetings scheduled to be held In various rifle* all ovar-Ufe eouatry during the next two montma Alumni raUle*are being conducted In clues throughout the country and numerous reeponees are being received ta.notleee sent oat to former students of Roanoke College, according i to James C. Martin. of thla city, president of the Association. Mr. Martin atated that new Interest Is being Injected into the work which the college la planning for It* future program and Indications are that th* v alumni are becomiag Infused with an even deeper attachment for their alma mater than they felt In their collage days. President Charle...

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

I 1^? J g roc a pRPtiiP Iwirar I ARE FILED HERE Hjfct Liabilities Aggregating V$25,000 and Assets SlightI ly Over $1,000. Rlnce Saturday four voluntary pe itticns In I- lav* bean filed a the l"r State* hMatrict I'nurt Hmre. the liabilities of the petitioner* nvolvd a^resa! in? uround |21>.ooo Had th* assets just barely over V C. r. tllanklnnhlp. C. C Blank.nr-hlp tiled a petition Hn which h* scheduled liabilities of 75 and no assets. TwentythoiiMiid. . e.'alvt hundred and eventy-five dollars ru listed as nsecured. and the fallowing as unsecured creditors. James r. Jc-ntt. Richmond. 14,000. . P. Junes. Richmond. 13.000; O. Wteams. Richmond. 34.000; R. 8. teams Ljiu ht urg. 11.200: Mrs. M. 1.. >awson. gaiisbury. N. O.. $2,500. *aul I'. Ho?e;!. Richmond. $3,000; J. |. Hunter. Richmond $700; Re M. lAnl? r. Rutin. 't'.a. $77fiJ; O. J. tTondl rfrmlon. $i/,?o. J. t. Bandy, Roaok?. $:.0i'?. t .T Hughes. Roanoke. 700. and the Virginia Carriage Conaany ibis city 3 70 t ....

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

% OFFICERS UNCOVER SHOOTINGMYSTERY Pittsylvania Men Fire At Car Driven ffy Henry County Man On Mount Cross Road. , Danville, Sept. 4.?The firing of six hots Into *n automobile proceeding down the Mount Cross Road and drivsn by a man from Hanry County, wboee Identity, Poale J. Hundley, attorney. declines to- divulge, has been clarified by the voluntary statement of Magistrate Ben W. rx.dsonBachelor's Hall, who admits, That Pittsylvania officers 'shot at the man's car. 1 The man who was fired upon did noto know If he had bean tbr Intended victim of and he cam* to his attoVney hare to determine just what he Miould do. Now that the names of thA officers have been alvcn It la more than likely that the matter wljl be pur* sued further, aa the man (claims to have been mistaken for a Waptlegger and Is said to be intending fa brink a"suit. Magistrate Liodeon aav* that a gtoup of six officers, of which be twas one. decided to lay In xyalt for a bootlegging car which was expected down the Moun...

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

r K i 613 ' . 1 Jlie Roanoke Worlif-Hews B 1?W? K HUANOKE. VA. Put)..abr<' t>irj Day Except Sunday P TlMfc<> 1TORLD COEJMJSATION. Tibc-a Rmduia, Roanoke. V?. |T~ jisr n?HBCRy. E<MtOr. K " M inhere of Anm-in Nm;u*r PuNtabere' Aaeoclatlon > cutter- > ??;?." Ibibltahere' AaaodaUoo Re, It* Anociated Preea And t B reau of Circulation T)>e Atx- a ted Ptm X excluairely ?otitled to lb? i.ae for republication of all B?c? diep.it o? re credited to lt?,or not ctaer?i?? credited In tbla papar nod a]eo tbe local or?a pubiehrd bereia } Ft KI *N Ktl'KKSEXTATlvi .fraltck & Ritea. lac- Sew York and Chlcato " RATES I.N ADVANCB IT ce.tta per aeelt payable to carrier. ? :? per tear parable at the oBlcn. , 1ST MAIL Xladlj. car yrjr ......500 Pal'f. >it moiitha ff50 m.otba ?1.50 I>allT. one inuiilh ..... 90.50 CoDnusiciiivDi ?n>l ?11 mailer* of oe?* for pub.ieaUoD apuIJ b* ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 September 1922

' s : / .* ? ' v . NATIONAL BANKS. jtumm SHOWING INCREASE . Institutions In Atlanta District Showing Largest Reduction. f (Br Tk? imrlilH PrM*.) i Washington, B?pt. 4.?Resources of the National Banks of the countrjr amounting to $20,706,000,000, on June 30 showed an increase of 4t39.000.000 over the May fifth call gnd an advance of 9188,000,000 evsr June So i?ti ^ MVVVI UIUK VW ?? i analysis of returns for the last bank call Issued tonight by Comptroller ?t the Currency Crlsslnger. 1 Between Msy 6 and June 30, he 'atated. resources of national banks In each Federal Reserve District _|srere Increased with the exception ot banks In the Atlanta district jirhloh showed a reduction of 93,'419,000, the amount of Increase ganclns from 9829,000 in the Dallas district to 9273,162,000 In the New itYork district*. k l?rrf?M> llirc Mar* \ tosns and discounts^-including rediscounts. on June to, amounted to 411.241.0*0.000. an Increase since May of 114,000.009. but a reduction atnea Ju...

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

pw [ML EIGHT " - SOCIAL! rANl MB6. J. W. SI R* -* J Office Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M. I ; * ikr Car. K?; "O lovi'r Jane"' the wooer pled, E'.? ' "If > _ will marry mt pii "J'll tAK> to a charming place. | e A co'.'.iii" I v the rem ' With mbri.tna itlorlea on the front Ar.d iruTft \ Inn behind. ?*,' .And sand and surf In easy reach." Uut promptly Jane declined. *Then I will rent apartment* up On classy Kiveraide -* AN i'h Path* and radio _lf y.u will be my bride. IVe'il a! way* dine at cabaret* And dan e the nights away To M.l th- latest jar*."' he vowed, p.; Jar.r still answered nay. I " I'll c?? a car." he cried at laat, "And it I will stow T*tvnr p*-"? and blankets and a atove. Ard f); fvli g we will in. We il tour the whole United States And Can*da, 1 Kueii, And Europe, too. another year,** And loyelv Jan.* said yea. ??Minna Irving, fn N. T. Sun. Intllatlun* Issued For Reception. Mrs. Edgar Nininger ha? Issued Invitations fur a reception to be given . on Thursday...

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

I ' " -v'~V' P1HS0NFARM IN NEED OF REM IS CHARGE MADE Resident of Relief Society Declares That Treatment and Methods Are Wrong. ?F 8BORCE M. MAWXIWO Waahln*lon. Sapt. 4.?Tha Virginia M?ob Farm Juat outaida Richmond la badly In naad of raform. It nraa ebarcad today by E. B. Duddin*, praaldant o. tha Prlaonars Ra..,ylar Sacui. ?? - ? * ? - . wnu nas ussn mUID| n Investigation of conditions there. yslem Called W**Ej . The exit em of treating, working and guarding the prisoner* there under Captain Psnn Is entirely 4 wrong and out-of-date; Immoral practises ars followed by the prlaoners and the guards; much money Is wasted In salaries of unnecessary officials on the farm. and. the prisoners come away from the prison farm at the conclusion of their derm* much worse men than when they went there, Mr. Pudding - charges. He recently called the attention of Governor g. la# Trlnkle to aomo of the alleged abuses at ths State Prison Farm, which are barked up by affidavits of persons who have bee...

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

J CITY LEAGUE BA it . ?.? .mi I ' Xorfoli. A. v..--.rn won the second HpUf of : . i.eag-.ie series by Mlirx i. |T : t.? :..oj I.illK and afKnoon i wstrrday. at the Katr Grounds \ > ' v '*' n eerie* will KtlOW be j .-tWiTI two picked t team* ' ' ".aaipjnnabtp. '" Appro*!- : t >e hundred fan* are on i.a 'n^rtitrik fracas t. ?tnd IIVII- .1 'i - n.-it'I turtied out to x witness t (>i.r ?>-h hi the aftcr>ii.or. Ji ? .i . y f -r Virginia Bridge a league record by t ? " . .-run guShe. Onl> t >' t-.iv> ? fa mfrtm. l/i nine ,'i: ? , Viuiilnit l.lmr. T> ? - v aKail reader* - L : ~emit ft In t;,i I<agi;e chatnplons v- r. i.?yi to ll>e limit to win. r. v ..> ?:! k the game In the elf.. :a ,rc : I v a score of 7 to 1. t'raft a ! frorkett battled very !i !. if. V:e way but Costly errors I v - S..i?v o:ni* caused their eief N .. a A V\ ostein staged a ra'ly li t!.- ei...

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

BROWNS STAND TO WIN CHAMPIONSHIP Yankee* May Mot Mare So Well On Soad?St. Loni* Battlac Ja?t Jnatities Hope. By John B. Fester. (By special leased wire to the Roanoke World-News. Copyright, ill].) ICsw York. Sept. I. ? Irrespective of the fact that the pttehera of St. Lett Is American I?akpuo CitMs appear to be a wee bit shakier thtn tho e of the Yankee* there are some American tissue players who think the Browns are coins to beat the New' York teem to the penntnt They flcure that New work will loee ft on the road notwfthetandlng the fact that th? last time the Yanks want wait they played high-claae ball and won handaomely. Ona player who haa atudlcd tha Rama and other playara Rood o.ifjgh to ba manager#. figure# that If tha Brown outfielders coma through at tha finish hitting aa they did In l?Xl. they Will add an much atrengih to their team that thay will off-?#t tha presumable diffarenca In favor of tha Wew York nlna hacauaa of Ita supposedly batter pitchers. everybody aeema to ha...

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

I TWKLVB frTIMES AND Ep>- the 'world news -~.. E co-ntinf ? wcnl# lo tba lip*. Dif.ij claaatflrd Mc per Inch. ah *.:Tfrti?iD? 'atrictly ea?S in *dT?nce. . i Sprr"*! '-*?h r?tra to loos-Una adt ft:. ?c r on^appIlOation. Caa!i nv-? accompany all out-?Tto? o ordcu. * j v - Mlpclaaaifl it'ona cot permitted. 2<u c-ta or heary black-faced type permuted. A ' Adrtrtlscmcnla ir-nt teach the _ Mt!r-*? cfflc* ly k 30 p. m for publication next meralnf; Saturday* ty 6 p m mPXE 3142. 7~ ~i A TIIOrGHT FOR TODAY A Husiness Establish- ' merit without Advertising :* as incomplete as a locomotivp without rails?It doesn't get very far. ./ AUTOMOBILES CARA'.E Fi'R KENT?375 Mountain Ave.. . S W Pfinre ,2?n-J 114? OVERLAND 03. SITj. in good condition, j ; Phone ll'T. W J Elliott 420 ttrtraoK. -ptofstr. flrat-claaa condTriOB. ? !?. Phone W J. Elliott It??. 421 FOR SALE ?Ford Runabout flrat-claaa con clit.cn, fully eijtffppSil. Phone HO. 11 FOR SALE?Good fi-paeariiger car. In soo?L con...

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

-? ?? A : ' Market and Fi ' 1 N. Y. Stock list Open. Clone. Allied Cham, ft D/a ... U> ? * Am D^at Sugar 47* 47H Am Can <3* <>% Am Car and Fdry. ... .. .. Am Hl?a ftUp(4 ... 72* 73* Am In tar. Corp >. 91* ,JJU ?rr?Am XooamwUTa t... .. JH* Am lAaeaod SI* Mil Am ft. ft Heflning .,? 11% 4CU Am Sugar IS* 9ft* Am Sumatra Tob . ? Am Tal. ft Tal 197H 1I?H Am 'Woolen ??H 97* Anaconda Copper .... 65 V* * Alpftlaea 3tl loa.* Atlantle Coaat Una ... 319% 311% AU. Quit ft W. 1. .. Baldwin Loco. ISO* ? * Baltimore ft Ohio ... ft?C 99% ; Beth. steel "B~ 70* 70% Calif. Petroleum ..... ?5 04% Canadian Pacific 1<I4 147% CeotfW Leather 411* 41% Chandler Motor* *1 02 Chesapeake A Ohio ,.T 70 70% Chile Copper 23% 23% Chleaco, Mil. A 8t. P. Sit, 33 Chleano. R. I. ft Pac. 47* 41* Columbia Graph 3% - |8 Coca Cola T0% 70% CeUimbl* Oaa ft Klec. 104* 103% 4%m Product* 110 - 110 coaaolldated Ga* 137 131% Crucible Kfeel ' 08% 07% COOden Oil 41 * ...

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

r pprr - 7 r ? MB GETSTHT ff SHORi END DEAI Williamsburg Grower Tell: What He Gets For Apples Retailing At Nickel Each. V r. ? >t t. ? G\ L Rlirli-.v ' . > .? f.re farm at .. >< I 1* one of Lbf n:o?'. i r? w i f the tanners o< this a- ii.M <1' . ! '! * few years ixkh that :r.. :?? * !?l her? at u. t/K : : k e. Ji-? > n liard has been bear::..' i" \ ra. ><nri and Is in tin? rrcMu- r?:. car? having been taken >;:ay nnd treat tha _ Ire ? . r?r tne best eclentlflc nifthi' A" a r* ? :!! the orchard has c?'> n :<-t 1<? n. 'ticy and repre * i.i-K' r- ju\.o investment. Thousn , i ) ; >'s ;>: so:frrc and high cn the r..ir<o; retailing at live cent* each. or .'I. three for tan. produrs ?;.> : : ?; ure lhi> profits. Mr. l.-ir'.* :i t* ught It a good f.'ine to h* fruit. as It ripe aid f ' , g at a ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 September 1922

"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" II Cji- 4 *~\ H <~) WEATHER FORECAST I sSSS: ^IJC ^vOUtTOKC P?0OT_|\tl0^ :r~=^r VOL. 40?No. 88. IS PAGES TODAY" BOANQKB, VA/WBPNE'SDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBEB 6, 1922 Pint: IS TBBBE 08NT8 RUMORS RIFE OF MOVES FOR STRIKE PEACE ;ri* ???? Administration Opposed to Any Abridgment of Liberties of Speech and Lawful A .1!.- ? * , Muuurv?no move Against Leaders Who Already Have Uttered Severe Criticism? Peace Overtures Unofficial. . * Chicago, Kept. O.? (By The Associated Press.)?Seven repcnenUtlm of the striking federated ahop crafts were'declared by John, Scott, secretary of the Railway of Employees of the American Federation of labor to be In Baltimore today for a conference with railroad . executive* on a proposition to end the strike. Mr. Scott Intimated that a proposal on what was hoped the strike could be halted bad been prepared, bnt be could not ontllne It. The confer en re, he said, waa to have been secret. Should the meeting produce a favorable remit,...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 September 1922

TWO , : ^GLOUCESTER MEN h NOW PREPARING V FOR FALL RACES ?^Elimination Contests Will Be r Hold in October and Will Be H- ' Sailed Off Eastern Point* ? to Choose Official Entry. f i f > . . M:i-? 8ept 4 _lKJve f n k - <!. .? are aeeklnK the . r t * ' n t'tit fafikct frahervi. i .ri the r.. * tor lhe International . I .. !.? I 'Ii.ir. Tiofhy lute tu October. hV / Tl I :. ' :i t r. rm ej will be Hailed ? ? <-? ' r Ill and 13 oft Kit at cm I v \? > . h tClil It out ? ! . tu 111 >- of try Inn' to t .'rt i; t y ?nn luat year by ' '!' > >\ tt-rtirftiari Kluenoac are v;>e ' I Maiflnwer, Klizaheth v.... n,,. Henry Kord and A 1 ' , I*urllurt n W rrt'k i ' *' < ) de of Gloucester, I " t. derp-aea flahertnan I i * - :h iti the great race ' . ! up i?ii the tbreach- I , : ' Sii'>!e- Island. Along ! i . ; t 11<'lil sea docs lay i i in*- rp> J. r Puritan's wrrpck I , ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 September 1922
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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 September 1922

i' ^B v ^B ^B H H <LU '* T ' BB I SOCIAL AND I MM. J. V*. SHE! I Office Hour*: 9 to 10 A. M Phc I . Tk* Ktraager at the Oat*. O lp?(k no word, last something hear! JJ > riaunt no flower, lest eyes awaken! * / fbo?(h the garden seems forsaken ' There la one to fear. .? . Sing no more the dreamy song {' Paat the roses wltt> la hidden? e' What awaits the kiss forbidden * Lore shall know ere long. ^ H flush you In this paradise That w? f1n>1 so atranga and lonely, *' H Love consents In silence only, ? Touch and tear suffice. V1 Evening soon shall awake with rain tt B Voiceless tree and silent fountain. V Diaituws of the distant mountain ' Creep along the plain. * gecms^the garden still ao strange? On the path that two are sharing. ? H ' )o? comes now with hands unspar- J? B ing. ' And the face of change. H ?Oeorge Hterllng. In the Hmart Bet. ci I ItereplleS at llolllna CalbM. Mrs Kates Cork* and Mr*. Joseph * Turner are hostesses of a receptio...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 September 1922

1* six The-Roanoke World-News ^^R'* iMlttl 1?SH |3 - R .SOKE VA ^""iNlb.Ub. : L w ? I'ajr Except DuOdXJ TlVfc- >M>KI.O COEPOKATIOJt^ Xini- ? t> "l" l. Kosnoke. V? 1 ' : ; - iI Tuhn. Editor. "? M oiWrt of ' JAmrri . - Sn.. - Cjbttatte'ra' Aaaootattos Kf Sour . . hlblubtn* Aaaocfatioo 1 - 4?<viated I'rraa A i .-'in uf Cifulatton J T ; a fair rrrti t? r*c!u??tly anftitir-. t i t"r republic-alloc of alt b<-w J ; I nblllM to tt or not J" ottKr? ? 1 -o 'ht? P?P?r aad alao thr lo. a tiril to re la [f FdtKURiSSSTAfivZ I ra' k * I.. jnc^ N>? Vortt and Chlcaio I' " i ct'-^! . I * " Roanofc*. Virginia. y ,. >< > .?? Mall Matter J |;\:;< IN ADVANCE ;| jo .? - ?i<k P.iJjblo to carrier. 4 } ;t . r ? ?; :j>jt>e at the office. . | - !V MAIL I J ?!? >? ?r - 93.00 ? |M-J> f ni .A.? 9" .30 ' i % \ ',-ff . lbs 91.30 I ? ;?. 0I>' ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 September 1922

mm*** DES MOINES READY TO WELCOME ALL VETERANS OF '61 ???? rifty-ilxth national Xnoaanp1 ment Will Bo Hold At Iowa Capital City For Entire ?? ?*:?v am pi ire un the Program. Doa Molnee, la.. Bept. I.?Tha flftyaixth national encampment of tho Orand Army of tho Ropublla will bo .JilW hero during tho weak baglnU? ? ?* September 14. ' Aaod Vet, to Gather. Afln| veterans of '41, tholr ranks greatly diminished by death, will aether with their oomradss for the Afty-slxth time since ending their , services In the Union armies. Tales of famous battles, charges at I Gettysburg, Sherman's march to the sea. privations and sufferings which ended with the aurrrender of bet at Appomattox, will be recalled and told with an enthusiasm which has Increased at each annual encampment. Less than tl.OSO of tho "boys In t - blue" are alive today. Their numbers. running Into hundredatof thousands shortly after the close of the Clv'i War. nave been thinned with Increasing rapidity by the advance of time. Wit...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 September 1922

? f I J the VVELL-DR a H m^Th S' SB.'., tZgj/ C?r?"?ai i FT /f'l. U"Hii To Wear And Wh. Bf For Ttl?h tlaya and JtlshU FT" v \v V- a." *? } t- ? ? *"' < f?lrn foi that ?< r-1: a uv."earmriit an the ?] r?uw wardrob Th V ?' ! >!nr. Vat, BP* -* the P'? - - ? rrijier. eptihly, < ?re a; >v . r-r 1 ?ifo k# (npft W tn | j Th? i > a' of t?o i Km _tl 4! - ., > an.| hi I mm .1' " " r fn manna It* e 1 - "? > a rmum ' f a n?l t ' '! f if ur i I !.a \> .1 r i.f ? c? * ' "t m nu n. perl I paafi-r : "C i'"?i an Its a > I .1 ' . ' : a I : - I 1 * I f as p i U rn- . ' . ' ?.< It | 1 < I t ' f ' Tand- - > ' I ,\ a th 1 1 ' Cp II r * - - "tup, ? ' 1: ' 1 11" li t J-.i- thai',. ? . ! > " I ' n 111 > vai 1 .tn?.: .. . i v .: > nil-it ? ?? . .i*. r ttraycd in I nr , . . c . >; may i?- ?t co ? >> : o ...

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