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

r V ?'?: . - -?"- - 1 '_ '" j -' ' 1"" i' v " 1 11 " " 11 - -J?^-'J-M [ ffii $Ijc^laatwkc ^ I VOL. 40?No. 136. lg PAOE8 TODAt ROANOKE. VIRGINIA. W E D N K S D A Y A F T E K N O O N . DECEMBER 6, 1?22 ) PB1CB THBttE CBNT8 ' I SMS PLAN IS PRESENTED AT LAUSANNE Turkish Nationalists Begin to See Light When Think of i; Having to Build Navy to Protect Waterway If Protest For Control?Child and ' Grew Present American Demand That Bosphorus and Black Sea Be Free. I , Lauaanne, Dec. C.?(Hy The Aaaoclated Preaa.)?The PlRente plan . for keeping open the Strait* of the * Dardanelles and the Boaphorus in time of peace and war proridea for the appointment of an international commlaalon of control composed or me gt6at poweraVsjncluding the ^ United States, aa weir ap Turkey and the eonntrlee bordering on the Black Sea. Lord Curxon, of Great Britain, in the hame of the Alliea. nreaented the details of hia comprehensive project to the Near East conference today. A cbMK* of front' on tho ?art of the ....

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

RSl MESSAGE IflAY GO TH!S WEEf I r fcural Credits Will Be Burder I 'Luncheon Engage men? With I k tTlemenceau Prevents De I livery Tomorrow. I By (.rurf It. HoltMra. I I *-Sreshlnstoii. Dec. ?. iBy ih<j lr HnVMUontl }?er? ice )?I'rfflJft B J atardlnK ttnlav began the final ilral I if kit forthcoming message to Cor I I Brees. which will contain more re< I I 'Bkmrnclittiiinii for relict of the farti I |r* of the country than any prealdcr | yal paper in recent history. wvunrrrriUTR T n?' ITfBIIIVni l?HB MH *lth Wnttrn and Mld-Wnatcrn lt-l I .jHflilatIves In Conureif< and th- im Mb* table nrest and dfaaadsfai'tlu I Wiwitll the rural aertloua ?* rcvrul d In the November eb .-tlon. hnv E i*aW*M"r<l to ronvlifi'P Mr Hitrdfn i t- <|p>at . there la no lirobb-m null'- * reaaliiH ? th at.: b/uHur; 1 ,-itu:i S Ion The President prol>al>l? will ui? t fongrtaa on KiM.i y, -~;.l t bough " tli - "fact hour has n...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

( Immigration is ^ - chef question] before caw k Will Probably Be One Of Tb ffiihlanf* H|?<m w?jI B>. wuifjwia vhvumcu uy , President * ( r TIM leeeeleted Prtee) Washington, Dec. 6?The wbol problem of immigration ?u dli cnaeed At length today by Fresldtt * Harding and bis cabinet and it wa indicated afterwards that th ~ wonld be one of the subjects wit which the executive wonld deal 1 hi* forthcoming annual message t * Oongreac. While it wac stated at th White House that there bad bee no ..decision as to policy at th cabinet meeting, come admlnlstn i tlod officers were under 4he in ' presslon that Mr. Hardlng^woul ^ propose a continuation or the pro eat restriction law with certai amendments sponsored by Becr< [tary Davis and designed to rail the general standard of emigrant embarking for the United States. OaHllS <0 lurrMr. I * The labor secretary. It was salt authoritatively, la opposed to any In % - 11*71? V llmltatioi 1 f* ???t" ?k? ti...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

V DESERT FORD { SHOALS PLAN ^Farm Bloc Leader Introducer ?. Bill Providing For Government Operation ?Need of RjFertilizer Pointed Out. . m ||r- W?hlDtton. Dec. 6.? (Hy the hhtsraatlonal New* Service.)?The -^?wn? ibiiu uioc ioaay utwruu I ,H(nr]r Ford by withdrawing sup 'Port for his plan to lease the GovK. jinment Muscle Sboals property. wj>V Id a bill introduced in. the House, I by Representative Dickinson, Ke- j ' publican, Iowa, leader of th<? bloc, Government ownership of the prop| arty Is o be continued and the . Government is to go into the manufacture of farm fertilizer lor sale lo farmers and the direct sale of ^ HfeMaa water power. ~ fThe bill create* a Co\ rnment-c.,n ;Bfol|t?l corporation to be known a* the Federal Chemical r'orpot a t uni, 1 .JSwaaUtina of five' members. Three 5 . pf the**- nember* are to he appointed . .?jr the President, subject t-> conflr. matter by the Senate, and the other two are to tie the sicretaries of A K r i - ...

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

k \ ^ ~ I ^TOwmtr I , BURFAU SETS JOBS: FOR ARISTOCRATSi k . <1 Oommonienie Xnterprise In , London Provide* Service From Dainty Hands Hith1 erto Unheard Of?h ] Br ClM WaU, Losdoa. Dm. .?(tow ini.?..n 1 I News Service.)?Out of the disastrous < fall of European currency baa sprung an. taUrtlf new group of workers? 1 the old aristocracy of the ancient / world?the new poor of the modern. r ho longer do bitter stories of the sudden poverty of a Kuselan princess nr twe stir the public to great eym- i % pa thy, for we are nit getting accus- i turned to n similar stricken class In < CenW^t*nype. to ejmrvjn^ ro^tlty j poor titlpQ liritons and noble but i I L- < groin all parts of the world they i k have come In great numbers to the Mturspaag capitals and many have i waited phttently In London for their economic fortunes to change. After eoVefhl' years some of them d< < id< d to join the working class. And' It was a ...

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

Hp " IV Jw I The Roanoke World-News I H J Batabilabe<1 ISM ^ ?4??_ ... ROANOKK. v A I ilfir'i W"'ln< Bvao 1?; Kaorpt Sunday I ii HE ?BY ? I L3 H *n??B WORLD CORl-ORATION. " I 'a , '.' ' Bulkhng. Bowiutt. Va. I ^ F' JVWU'S r. riSHUlHN. Editor. I fj "TC?bfr? of I !". Aewtcaa *ewwep<r t'ubiiabrra' Aeeocialicn I r ' c*?. MkR^%iai|iir Pabtiuhrr*' AaaoclaUon I \ The A?rlaled ITrae I , . ? B^dk Bateau of CirvalaUoa I ; JsT ~ Tw Auiiiri rtrae i? -ucluarrtr ao f BUm to tba uk lor republication of oU ? . Mti Oiamicbea credited to tt or not otber I ? WtM tNdIM to Uu* iwun and k!M tha kMol I Bowa pobltaOad hereto I * rOSlOON RXPIUC3K.VTAT1VJS lm> .x Hg>g * Batea. |?t . >ew Vuth and Chlcaao I E. t?>wnd at ^ataOMta al Koaooke. Virginia. W^~? aa loaaO CUaa Mali B?t*r. I I Baths tx aptaxce I 15 ceota per aaak payable to emrrV-r -BT MAIL I ? , Daily, on* yaar ......f So oo Dally. Ma bn)Ii My. tkMMMilU 31 .50 Daily, ona toot...

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

' Wtitt ?v (Published b UHlluf AMUIJUI WIUJAM fASlUUL LLOYD T " ONTO' ' .=3C=a ii ?? ? ? Dr. Barker Is Heard By Over 1,000 Students OY?r on* thousand High School students ejent to the Lee Junior High i. School Ttiuritor to hear Dr. Charles Barker. noted physician and lectur r. Backed by platform full of' lUiia lane. he proceeded to give the messages whkh he had for the High School students. .Ill* address was,on I?- the subject. "How to Make the ? Greatest Success Out of Life." and after tha sixty-live minutes that he talked to these students, they all fait better prepared to meet the great Issue of Ufa. Dr. Barker endeared himself to the High School students > more than any other person who has , talked to them since the lillty Sunday party was la Hoanoke some years ago. Charming In manner, ndept In fh suae of word pictures and showing a remarkable acquaintance with human nature, especially that of young I people, he quickly caught the atten1 tloo of this audience of youn...

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

' 'Jji' ( mat 8 SOCIAL ANI ;| Ottio* Hour*: 9 to 10 A. M. P K CTro j he Loa Antflfj Times ) MMr bat adarM ber??lf ! " * Youth plu flower* in her hair. i mrnt u. crimson loveliness of biostoi.m Eajru a kind band rvutho trembling heart of Ace, l^wreriuinil. Let a grave IT* * tit And beauty blossoms above It. WWerlm lr a sweet warfare ' ^rtiutever la not of it* Wind." ' Maybe that Ja the reason Olil Women love garden* And old men pin awranlum* Oa their coat lapels. BESS MVXN. Musical Tra. ' Mft. Ernest Bald wtu is giving a musical tea this afternoon. Tba guests are Invited for 4 o'clock *A4 the program will be of a most informal nature. This la the (bind of a series of ntartainments Mrs. Baldwin is giving bts season. Prwalatal Marrl?r Tonight. Prominent among tlisi social events of Interest in Koanokca anil Martinavilla, will be the nsarrwge tonlfcbt of Miss Ellen Hlnlry ( the latter city to Mr. William Andrew*. of (Ms city. A large uarCer of Htoanokero are I In Martinsville for tlw we...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

| [ YOUR I; Why High B I Sorely Trouble By ROYAL & CO Commissioner of Hea I ft MEDICAL history * ?Uod with B* IVI trim ail iwmltitinaary idf ^ * w * to accept retry now thing In troth. It awaatiinas token a very lot aiat tkn roal raloo of norel methods. Oa iho other hand, it in unwlw , ?? ? ? r??ki? *?oa mill of tba now knowledge the apa irtwitiil High blood-preuure la a conditio talked about so much that many a ? frightened If H U ooggeetod aa a poi of the aymptome in hit caoe. Thit i meal inotaaeoo and It doe to Ignorane ditiea High blood-preoauro may be a of fertolw of the arteriea,'Known *?f -etetilmdirflii- The "oenoar pr?e- ' nwre la frww 1? to 1M. That U. the regotaaoa of the Mood-reeoela win tuataia a Mhnm of mereeiy ltf to lit iinimalaae high. Bet whoa aao peaooo i i ^ to peon of are It mar rtao to lit or 1M. or ooea to 1M, and, indicate no dlaeaae whatever. The actio# heotnin man. aperiaJlr , the hard-Urine and faet-llrtaa city man. I1 I Mir rua higb |min witho...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

I ^ V 1 ^ I.AUTHOR FAVORS I CAVFMANIDFAS II. OFMGES Universal Tongue Not Feasible ! ^ Says Joseph Conrad, AuI thnr nf finnlre nf tlio Son I IE'' &_ = H? l)l?14 M. < hnrrh ^International New* Service Staff St * ' Correspondent. > f t??ndon. l>ec. t.?Modern man kusn'l | enough respect for lit* ravtmin unj eestors. I This I* the Joseph Conrad, i %|CM book* of the e< * and life in row ore aeeVphed a* among the cot In modem literature. Conversation with regard to the tfOOSlblltty of a universal language led ? to Conrad'* observation on our [ Primitive ancestor*. lie had been discussing the manner in which t> | loomed English and tin methods ? which, he followed Hi bringing him^1 self.to cast aside In* native Polish I tongue and ~ become H w riter of mint beautiful English. It w'ftn suggested I to the -author that perhaps a unlvor* Ml language might aid In. bringing bout a community of nation*. "1 do. not thlr.k that will ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

i Rotarian Barkei Audience Ai ? r. - ' Tha City Market Auditorium was packed la* ?l?ht by ta iudlw"! aoatposed M men and boya of all a sea and conditions of life who paid strict attention to tbs iatsnsely instruct re and Interest In* lecture by Sotarlan Dr. Qua E. Darker, whoa* ft . address met with the thoughtful apil proval of hla audieaas as was avlssastd by the heart/ bursts of ap . plause occurln* MmoOlcally throughout its eourse. y Dr. Barker was introduced to the cfe, a . Unpth of bla talk, by feotarlan Jo# Turner, who piade a characteristically hUfcidrpiy fa Wll delivered addresa of I n t rodaetlon. Dr. Barker eOmmbnraH hla ?aii? sarin* many nlra things about his Introdurtor and th? Rotary Club o? Roanoke and tht-n rata una sevaral t amitaln* anecdotas concarnln* the , addresses he had delivered In other rltles Ikroufboti tka country. speaker kept hla audlanre In u?> Tfa'pr!.: i lib'&'lKlk'r"- "" " Tba aarldus portion of hla addraaa nt and productive a...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

^ : ' " ' 1 * W^ I TWBLVl pE PASSING SHOW 1 VOTED A'SUrCESS J I f r ^ Pretty Girls, Comedv Galore. ! Singing And Dancing Make II Pleasing Combination i i I <?'i "y " wan n Rooii *ho.w." ' I; .AM If plenty tf pretty Kirls. torn- < Kftr , S*lor?\ dancl. k anil .?in(iuR, |^pfith no plot *haltvir t niakc or Bur the procenlinft*?if the fun-K"- I < ^HpTjOWnblnat Ion make* ut> a irood BAoV. nnd In well irforn I rude* It m uanallv conceded that It doe*, then ^P"Ttoe PaaaliiK Show." which came l<> | Blhi Acadt ni^ of Mr*ir l;i?r i 1 c r: t w .< * ; PUN "lonw" show. l it u ru* that better show* hnvr ' M to Ilodnoke. If one* wan dls- i Md to be ?p(cld;. ho could rtto Tangerine." for example. Hut why critical. when everybody was rail pleased and went. home chuck- 1 MCf' It's true there were no voices Worth entjonlng. Hut the songs 1 rare catchy and the general effect by no means displeasing The chorus ' *a? food lookin...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

) A /, / MM DIVIDE TO fBE IUNNEUEO TO REDUCE MILEAGE 1 Dearer foaUn Scheme to Brine Pacific Coast Hearer* City Located "Where the v West Begins." Br MMumI r. Dmr+r. (International Ntwi flervlce Htaff , CorrMp*o4Ml) % Ocnvi/I Dm. ?Denver's campaign for #.# Id IIW" la coins forward with * naw iwt following the decision of tba Rata ftuprrme Court upholding tha locality of tbo I'tlsUtivo not creatine tbo Moffat tunnol } b?Thon5latr"i?C}ncludlnc all of lionvor ana Mil of portion* of aovfrnl counties to Mo mostly b.-nefltod bp construction of tbo tnanal. baa been andborlaad to iaauo bonda to tbo as.ont of ??.7#a.*0? and tbo work of a-WInc tbo tunnol that will Ptarc* tba COOtlaaatal Dlvfde M miles woot of b Denver la expected to pat uadar way Buildlae of tbo tnanal will allmtnot* numaroua otaap p rules on tba Denver ana Salt lata (Mhffal) Railroad, Croatia raauca tha mlleaae boItweea tbla city ana the Paciflo coaai. and open np a vast araa of apritul* tural and minora I lands on tba wentar...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

B' \h /. PS*rouRTEgy h THAT CHI ? ? ' 7 [ TBI j WORLD NEWS j IEq ClMMltd ad?*rtt?tr.f r, < . 7c a Hoc Pf oowmof o word* to ib* line 4 OaDlXJ claaoiOrd Mc per IneOAil cla*?in*<5 ?i!r-rti?inf ttrlctlr 9Mk lo adtanco Special ca?b r*tr? to lonf-terna ad< trUart >o application Cub ODu*t accompanj all oot-ottown oadcr? Mlaclaa*! II ~t Mora cot permitted So cut* or beau P.?k fa.-ed Up* permittee All atlteniwtijeiiTx nj ill tritH the t>u*ln*a* olTto* br b ? ' P m. (or . publication orxI oon.iii(; Saturday* ijV t by b v m PHONE 314) fiTTPTSTMAS fllRT I I SUGGESTIONS I <;ikts foh HEK. ^ | BRACELET WATCHES, larfjo ! complete stock to select from, moderntely priced. Easy-terms. Roanoke Jewelry Co., 32 W. Campbell Ave.,. Roanoke, Ya. Phone 403. 7K21 CANDY? Xurtu or SunoKt m Gill 1'ackaar*. Prior.i lrom on*- lo five iloiiin. Arnotl Clear Co . tl>4 W. Campbell Ave. 79'4 ELECTklc CLEAN ER?The * Rural "Cleaner la the Crlft ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

* " _ i'CONMCKISf , BULLING PRICES _? Create* Consternation When He Paye $70,000 For Third t Baseman Hale. % }t " <Br I Silwl,WnT'or'o,. Ho*I 'ifti ?~tr- In flit ?! < ? fefaw in. pi. baaefc?)l play*n- ?Kbu?e, - The market opM?4 to*ay loss before nruiiui wiiii yriwa ww over the don of TaMdax. *h?n CmmI* , . MSck paid ITI.W for Bammr I tela. - and throw la unril pluyecs to boot. * Of course, tho Notional Association o^ Minor Lw|uw is continuing Its ' program of annual codvanttob. bdt, the buying H?d eelHng of players iw Uta reports of buying and . celling' hare crowded, news of the actual <4oitn of the no-called little fellows off the map for tbo time being. When Connie Mack came to J,ouUvllle In a private compartment, everyone wondered why he was so exclusive. Now they know. .Connie , had ?J 1,000 in the Vlrst National l Bank and bo was jraardlnc /t with > his well ktfewn sustere eye. nim had a lock and chain and a combination ort hie door....

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

H 11 WB^ '' K v The Investor I p:. L laoulavlll* ,v ,N.i> \i;lr. itaelf a au BE'.. i4la?\y of tin a ;.?* K' fo??t un through which U f.i. <? ac< < ?? to tld water. l* co-o.wn with the tiouthm Hallway i f tlo . .isd. Indhmui . alls & I... i:. i*.>' u owns aho half of Motion'* >' .? ?. Motion, fornn by the Inter*' " i of two hranohf U ay tu tiMi.i', ti' The line fro K I?oulavlll? t M *.i)t *lty, on J,al Eg\ Michigan. i' .. k? .it Motion, I nil , pr|*W* ' .letter ,\ *? : I. :*.< lit"- front Indlai ' apolta t'l it, .i*. Th* two purei > load* i>v . a! l.ouiavjll Kaln thtir . i . ".,11,, t.i t'hh-at 8H and ilf tit. ;.t nh riapr 0 both tn I. a \ ,.i 1 t Southcj Itullwa.>* tint' ' M on on ocet LI...i r?i- "T- ?rt ^rrrlttCTrt* ' liuainiiiu'j l> ..irs'T system ^ but th. i ? h. & l ui no . ofcsU'fl f. IP> tich art: I! m. 11 must I ' obvious...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

\i 1' i1 ' ~ ^ ^ ~ [Market and 1 'MEliONS REPORT . INTERESTS STREE ( Strength of Ubejrtieg and Eii of BncUah Exchange No * ^ table JTeature* of Day. Br Hurt r. Wrtl. ' *Bjr Speilal Lo**?d Wire to the J Roianoke World-New*.), nmi ouru, v?w vi m, u V ?. Ths three chief IncldtnU In the I banrlal situation today were the oo Uauoua streaath of IJnlted ptat Government bonds, the further rl .Of Bterllna tichsnito and the notal iftiurki of tBe Boerstary of t: Triiwii on tho bualacas and i fff-1*' position of the country so talntd la his annual report to Co ' fn part thebuylna of Liberties 1 doubt wad due to tbo January re-I .feetmeat demand ' in Its Inclpie WUy* "but more lara'ly It follow* the Prnntdent'a revenue messaa? > Monday setting forth the reduction Government e*p?-rtditures and for ehadowlaff a surplus durlny the pr fiscal yaar. The alsnlflcance of th & course, la that befron.l the flnan r mentioned today by the Irea ury head .to take care of maturli sHlaatl...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 December 1922

i|| ; EIGHTEEN If] \ - AMUSEMENTS TODAY BL1 ' Five Big Time Keith Acta. j I TItre* jwrf or ma cm dnUy. at | 3. TUU mod I*. |1F'~ ?="? ftt?e Iiinum?ohomm. ? -| i B Hudolph \ alentino I ^The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" BIALTO A l?o - ?.bt? ?-.?mcdr und The l;?rUnnled i Uj-" JEFFERSON BILLY ALLEN I Music&l Comedy KK ATt III Mi "YOU and I" iKli I ReirrTr <irii Tlrket* ? Sal* HraebO-*. Hhonr 1202. | ! PARK I ' "ONE I ?cVEAt> It ^ cAyj I Also Buatrr Krtton la Tha I <ioal." I Adailaalua .... -V | Mvkta ...ISe I I'klUrei lOe I ?ALSO? I Oxley's Orchestra I ; The World's Best I MUSIC I j Re-Created on The NEW EDISON Will Come To Your - Borne On Budget Termsl \ k Come In And Talk It Over Roanoke Book & i : Stationery Co. = IS Campbrll Atn W. r NOTICE 0 L Y M P I A / CAFE It Now Serving - 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 ft We tell Commutation Tickets, $3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 December 1922

Mi . "' "" ' f" -' -1->''-^v;'-y^','y !" ; : ~~ ?^*? r?; T ' " ^-rr?" " ! '. ' <f* f' |ffi! ' VOL. 40^?No. 187. 2 0 P A Q E 8 TO DAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY^AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 7, 1922. PRICE T H K BB O K N T 8?* J STARTLING IS REPORT FROM NEWBERNFIRE I Carolina Insurance Department, WhHe Finding That * (Blaze Started Accidentally, Calls Attention to Discovery of Much Hinh F*nln?ivo In ? V W III V Negro Section, Even In One Negro Church?Fire De# partment Scot ed. Ilaloigh, N. CiwDec. 7.?(By The Associated Pre A)?Criticism of I the Newbern Pi re Department and the statement that many high explosives were found In negro houses and aven in a negro church, was made in the State Insurance Department's report on last week'a disastrous lire at Newbern, issued hero today. The city Are department trrived at the scene of tho conflagration only to And it had not brought a nozzle and after that had peen fetched, diacovered it was without a wrench, said the report, whic...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 December 1922

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