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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 December 1922

SIM ORDER !N m SANSON - >Brennan, Without Title, ^ Or derod to Fight Or Quit? b\ Johnson Suggested. - *..v ; . 7j ?r Wr rlay. ? (By ImmiI' Wtr* to flia CvpyrlKlIt J#*2.) .-N"w ie.-rMovk.4i: That fci the atvry *uln* tba' r..un*k turtnjt Cunct-ntiuir Kio*4 Johnaoit and iii? oiutvJi w,?k tflH ?r?nn<ni. aCuM for ? ?*?? J''*n?On h manager an'j backcra I?v? Jill Ikt t? jTiYrf ti?? y?u?i* Mwan. *n?. plan waa ij ha*. Jjlm in? ?. ? a number of ?et ui.a and m, ?ain axprr^nra <>ef?r. /Twin* tne.petter ngntera or (nu? cUag. \vitl> this In uund I'tnirley C?'?k. who homages the \\ ciurimr. declined notm time axv flattering offer# of inxtdlot botli with tieiie fuiiMy ud JLitl I Mrennan. -Nov. a coord in* to th# nlory, Jphnaqn 4s regarded by tho Joeal group of managers as an oulMdrr who was ' oho wittg eo much promlr.e thnt It would ? a good thliiK to hate somo no knock him ont. ho ?ji. n Chalr -MM Muldoott. ot lbs Atlil.-iir mik.lult. fii / (d...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 December 1922

, 11' , I The Investor K' XMtl rialr, UmII Krrtckl HmmI L M*|Mriillr oiwralr^. Han I'rva> MfM Hlnrr U? Froai Ikf Yark Oatral. Fv-_ VoUowlnjc . iftisoliilutiun wllh the ^HNM Stku r .N. > . I u "oblAaed to r.lmgutati control ovrr ' tha NeaT York Chleairo & Mt.. I-oula. n parallel Corn p. unit line ""<1 there; 'Sara held 4n vlolaaon <>r the (thermal! Sc.' anil-tru*t act.. N "V. ?'? alock In Plate was thna eohl for J*.to the Van Nwerlrmetl IntrrHSHn Of Cleveland w ho liavo alncc K'. .Wen In control cf t )>t ?-i?< rt >. Iiti?lIteaa ban grrown tinder ir?? tn-w manaci'Wirnt, and |||? r'-nd liaa be. n HHWOgthtni'd materially diirlnp thu BjOftakel Plate m k.-umnn' alinoat rvalx "Years of Independent operation, cluaively a frelKl.t. r .ipp/nvlntately per cent oi It* tot.il truffle during S III! having bten represented t<y freight Fdrtlifci n r. , the character Of ltd freight I* in vi...

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Page TWENTY-ONE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 December 1922

-Market and Fi STOCKS CONTINUE f TO mtmrn. Anticipation of Bxtm Dividends Prinoip'al Oauoc? Sterling Up Again. - . I Y . * <tiy Itatrt P. Went.) _ Walt etreet. Ne?r York. lt*e. Today'* atoek market waa ' rntlirr mora irrairular than that ot thr pr?-* ? VtaM daya but HRaln moat of the I'liiM-iDki rooveinanc* ware anwuni What the Street hml Its mind fixed \ upon wu lb? rati* distributions la J lock and la caah whlik have now x become so much tfco fashion and the o , buying of the day sought out ths a aha res or Industrial companies which, I according to speculative astp. have f th?a? extra dividends It)"view The most striking Incident for its bearing u|M>n the general financial outlook was the further violent jump J, tn sterling exchange. Thlw and the 7 t new high r?f Which the prices wcr* 7 developments are likely to count 7 non aa thee goee on. lint today 7 tho extra dividend loaalbllltlea were J; the main consideration- J; linhiwin J and Imnmn ' locomotive wer...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 December 1922

f POTATO COUNC'I I IS ORGANIZED TO i AID TIMERS United States Department of I Agriculture Has New Plan I of Handling: Bureaus I a?d Offices. I : ? I SrWsahirnfton. 1)P<\ 13.?The ComJ?odltjr Council I'lan In the mane given] Pr ?w ? n?w mrinuu oj nanaung certain of the bis agricultural problems by ths United State i Licpurtmcut of Aglietlltttrc. In the past. different of crop situations had been handled separately by Various bureaus and offices. Under the new plan, which has resulted In success, the Various persons Interested in the cer?*' \ tain problem gather In a small council where each presents views and Where a definite Inclusive policy may be decided upon. c;'J Council* Are Called. Councils already have been called to dlpcuss the cotton and potato crops and recommendations have been ?' made for actiou that would be bi-nei ftclal In view of present conditions. I ? -Bpeclallsts-ln the culture of the props. K'_ In soils, diseases, pests, grading and marketing contribute...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

- ' ? v' r*' *7 ' f ( ? * * '%'^ ? f * < ? "'^S v ' '. ? j l$|pB ifiS f Jje Roanoke Bfoctt-^ews ^r; VOL. 40.?No. 14ft. 24 PAOBS TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 14, 1922. PRIOR TBBIB CB NTS TURKEY WILL JOIN LEAGUE AFTER PEACE >_ t Ismet So Announces, While " Asserting That Action Is Not Due to Any Menace In I k language of Curzon Tester ua*?ms League Provides - For Minorities Protection, This Is Regarded As End of Controversy On That Point. i. :? La a use, "Dec. 14.?(By The Associated Press.)?Turkey will join the Leasee of Nation* aa soon aa . peace 1$ Lausanne, lamet I Paaha announced at the Near Baat cdaferenoe today. Aa the Leecne exerclaea general supervision over minority populations lamet'a an* nouncement was Interpreted as > meaning that Turkey will accept the League's supervision over the Christian peoples of Turkey. lamet Pasha said Turkey Tis ready to aeeord the same treatment to minorities aa provided In (he I. treatie...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

hakes valiant ieffort to talk i way to freedom I fHw Commonwealth Springs a [ "Painful" Surprise Upon I Defense In Ed. Da I vis' Trial. RMt h*? been Jiinc !. *c ?u ?s f ine? ftlshcii un i'cl<?r?rvi K'U I That 4* Mhut tnr of Ms ut- ( I told tlio jui> th|> morning ^^^vvrp?r.i'.ion ' u:' H.- made this |i*t*t?meni, ainoni; r.-. In mi of? S(?rt to prevail upon th- mors to reSinilil from vornk-tik Im of atand 1 ?larceny. JWhrn thin statement >va? made I' mho i* iltra-t bony In color, I I Hwlttd significant ly at the twelve Brtbjl and true fm ii siuin? near by. I llAt 1 '. I... L?tl?.? .i f U i I >?'- jury- -l 11 Wu attll deliberating over li?> case. 1 m Thla makes t'K?c No. 2 lliut tigs I I ?t beeti tried. i.art i n :.th Kd. whs t tefvand iMiilty of craml larceny In , ttcai fixed at tw.i J ear* In the |n^i. ^toirdlni house ami I. s 1 ui.isIlliidSt 1 <* connection with the robbery of a J itUntlary. He ias a few mo...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

Indiana Mc Movement For Bene * ** *? ' *. ? ? Indiana. Ilka Virginia, ta talklac a caaollna Us for tfeo b?n?flt of hlchwaya. an'l th? follow1?? artlcla from tbo Indiana nolle.; ; i Mows contain* Intarcatln* tnforaiatlon of tk* work la* of tha law In ?u?r 8t*Ua-an4 th?.i?c?i taat* it >*., *??. , n< jumrttir * " ? Tba Mat* AdaJnlatraUati la awtnr-ir'SAAaa,%. u, .tbsJEJbra fflsa? ?j < sasjsf.irisrisifi'.as ?? i?r !? ol1* ** ** . l?r,ob,l*tgf P?rplfXln^ Tha Mat* Admtalst ration wiahei tha money to no Into the Mtata htKh r * * fond. ua tha hlnhpay commie, aton la aapaclally anxioiia for thin pro via Ion haeauae It would reault In (.Malnla* a larner propel tionato ahar< of federal a 14 money. c?"Vy.IC<??????Mlonarr Anno. 1PW ?*, ladlana, of which Bam I " Ty taw liar, of Marion County. Ii I praalifant adopt ad , raaolutlon pa" 'oral waaka arc. call I a* for tha fmpoaltlon of a 9-cent tax oil aaaollna. ? revenue to be returned to tha ^r...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

CJll.F.M) \H or al*ORTM. a ** ' I'arlsh Fair *'US '"' *' V?w OrlMDl vf Cut'?-All.< . .11: Jo key a; M llMltrn. ^^WMlac of Tijaa'ia J H-kiy ('tub at ? Ed"* StanJla^ <tt * J*iVr*W JTorV si ti". ;?i<?ft -1 PPjf; at New Vvrk. 1 Km* Ffiatfman t?. M?i.> <'?stlr, JO )rS?l?owel?. | ^Distribute Them i ^ - Little bri packed full < (less Sun-M Kiddie wan Day. _ Buy a cart ?24 for $1, price. ~~~ Distribute dren. Then package to friends. 'A delicioi sweetmeat t good for the: Let's get dozen btilli: $1?less thai | Little Si: ^Hp. -. Kg Offering 50 H SILVEF ^Hl^HK' :he piver * Iuph i.j r- - .^ ^^LMrv p plnftp<- nil run- I ;pmrit lr H, j\| . choMii Itlnurply, ', .' |I4I theflf'Tr RPPl HBp cfcolro now whiln yK8' ?n>ik? o.n.- .p>"^.? . Flower Stand, Engrave HttC Flower Baskets, engraCheese and Cracker d : Fruit Stands, engraved gEf. Sandwich Tr ays. engra' K:v. Covered Vegetable I)isl liVt Special Xmas ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

iTheWdH By ALFREDi C??rrt0H. JHNtt* w K Tba l?w MHUa ?r tba ON< O i ' ' Naur Y?rk, ?ac. #.? Durinp th?format draua amon*. Amtrlctn. haa but gona back. 'ftwr# arc man this lapaa from tba good old proprl by custom and ^halloarad by ttiy Ulla oJ tflldt ?? '??>> sad Whr-n Wear ft JiMMflr'.MN !?<< thuui cannot p^MhMMfferMMou which I the* "o'mn^&^v M^mo" iTe "ha r?"' roads upS tk? practice of fornu >??t ** t?r Wo. alas! upon the Sunday marnlJlf ehuroh. f Thus, formal day drcas. wfclch a ^ away cost and. what yoea with U, Mvere setback popularly, though n aa htshiy patoamad as erar and. In< tain eart-monlaus occasions la oblli Tha stasia .button, braldlaaa cuts In tba aooampan jrlna akatch. Is a apt - ly scat MP a weddin*. for Runday L W stjdal or public functh P. M. and far many busincaa an nan. auch aa bankers, doctors and I This coat la quite waisty and si eta merely aa an anchorage. Tba vicuna. or ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

|P* Roanoke World-News ?K K?" Eatabllrti"! 1?) | iBi - - ROANOK1, \ A. I *J HPMWM Sacrjr Vbj Exorpt Sunday I ?> ? BY ? I Wi '? WB-WOHU) COKI-yKATIOy. I ifl t """? SulkUm KmBotr, va I \:B? | Jtouus p. rISHBt'KS. Editor. | . Mrir.bera of [ IPMMim JN piper Kubliaher*' A??o^t?t!n r f VMllklrii He?.piper l*ubll?hm' Aiaoclatloi I MR The Aiwvyated I Trig I Ao.tll Burreii of Circulation If -rysr dWMaM IV-m i? exclusively ei> l|l tit leg to the uao for rrpubheaUoo of ll I J ?i*w? (Uapalchea creditc-l to it or not other IB. 'Via* oredllnl la thla paper ac-J alao the loo*! I ! gjgl wMlitrt hereto. L FOREIGN KEl'REbfcSTATIVK ffllMl h lam. Inc ,S?w t or k ao?1 Chlwn JWptMhA at ^otoflice at R>a:i?he. Virftula, > a* Second C'aa* Mail ,4alter. Sf __ RATES A' ' < AS eenta per nek pjtabe to carrier $7.80 per jear puibe it the oOioe. tZ" D\ MAIL 1 -OhUy. MM year .So.Ofl > Ohtly. iia monthi f'.MJ H|b, throe monibi II SU ^ TKU.l'HuSK* I ?...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

\ 1 Wanders of I Mean Endo T ransmiti * Experiments in San Francisco I . Lead to Belief That Means Will Bo Perfected to Explode Munitions Anywhere?Therapeutic Uses Also Developed. Roanoke I ' (Comrrifbt, it22.) San Franclaeo, Dm. 14.?Two dla, ruv?rtM l^ th? radio, mada her* during the Inst fear da ye, promlea ta.4* ad far-reaching Importance to saturations of the future. One of them la the successful trana.-i-mlselen Of electric power by wlrele.e U ?which promises to play a part In the making Impossible of future bar la the dlagnoalng or hu-f* man Ilia and the curing of heretofore baffling diseases affecting the Inner tlaauea of the body through the maxI lum of one ordinary radiophone out* lit need In conjunction with tba electronic theory of reactions. experiment# la the transmission of electrle power by radio already haa progressed to the point where forty Ifdwatt tungsten lamp* can be brllI * llantly lighted at a distance of apm proximately half a mile and a large electric doorbe...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

| REPORT SOON ON REORGANIZATIONS f President Discusses Important Changes In Departmental Work?Will Ask Congress. , Wellington, Die 14.?(By The A?-? jj; t ?>ciu?cd 1'ree*.)?l'rcgldent HardlgiK K - today met the joint lomtulesion on >: - e?p? rtroent.il reorganization. prcpar* < atory to ?ubm:se;"!i of n completed % l?J V 'Tf, i HWiUUJCI^UIl'J Bfc' ; ' awoepinir T -.- 11fc.- - ncr.ts In govern; j , mental drparttui nts and I'urtaue. Fyi {? While there sttll remained (oro( ; !;*/ i illflcrenres to Iron out to meet the Ml"t object Ions of ?*al . t officers whose; Uj a ( departments arc aff< -ted, considers-Ft? ble rogress was o.n-le toward nj *< e eompleti d plan It was Indicated , the report wvu'J 1"- r<a?1y within a WAlfftw day*. One of the rhlcf obstacles remaining bo met \?.\? the question of J .. consolidating the War and Navy Departments ,r p. :? . < i-.tr t :i tit of 1>Cflrtv fenae. Another is...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

m 0 r ' r, % k ':" ' f v * t3K|MBt-<irTT~"' FESnVAIPF T HANNIIKAH WILL BEGIN TONIGHT ~ Jewish "Joyoss lesson" Coin, cides With Christmas Season This Yfiurt __N?w ' Tdrk. Dee. 14?WfclVe the Christian world U cmUbrntima Chrlat'a b!rtb Sf*.Jawlah people will be eajoyldv a ecaaon of foerrymafeinr yadof* different name. Tilt period of CmrtetBMft thia year falls lo-tbe early part of tho Jewien "Joyous Nilon." For minr weeks. beginning with the festive! ot the Atonement, the L fry*8* trough what U they coll their "earnest season." a time ot prayer and fasting and re___ llgk>us observances. At sunset ti t. .evening they "?'? into a pct!od of rejoicing with the opening of the * HannuKah. or { Ural of tho dedlcation of the Temple, k The Hannukah Is a movable feast, which la eometlmea over before the Christmas turkey la delivered. More often than not. however. It coincides with and covers the Christian period of Yul*tide rejoicing. And. like all . J'**1*1"* 11 * romantic ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

r I ? (Published bj ' ~ ! Wtlw Amataot Lj Wti. 1* m i*abkcr lun fi ti | , __=___3BJi Honor Roll For Melrose School j R, . v I . Tho folio ln? fr>t. Melrotal r-Vhool are on the li :ir roll for ' |*ha put weak. I t : ?A1 ?Loujd Crcn. V;:ginlo Balley.ll fUM Taylor. i rfAS?Christine IJrrr' P.eva Ovfr? i K^tr??t. Aim* w.u.:, r.-.-J Cuddy 1 B-.tarol Voden ( 4A>?-fari Mnlcr l.uciU- Crockett. .-female Logan. GUdis CI :nt? r. 4A2?Paul Beckner. Huff- ( , nan. Edna Garnet:. Mar nr Etm.-re , f kf-BS? Lois Kit*p?:rl> k G'-rdnn I'cy- ( i' ?n. Kvlmta Out:ila:n!?, lrscl Pear- , t:?oroy i JA1?Anna Beeks. rhriwtino II. t- '. lonsb. Marl.-n fVrurKV Her. IU.n- x , .urant, waiter T-uprcT i 1A!?Chapman Tate. Waller I.yon. violet Obenshsln. , . JBl ? Hurst Wlltti1. l.ynwaoil Afoore. Loulit Crtws Mart" Sulll.an. Pauline J.ee Hobble Tayi< r. Vlr- | ,iiia 1'edtg > Weorg. H iry-" ! JBl?Edna Body Ruby Will*, liar,-*d La Grande. l^ui* Thoinaaon. l''.audtne ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

> .v *# . t ? > ' vrmr i I ' m 1 scoi ?*?'r u ?? * ScoutOfHciah Scoot oftlclals wont to join with Football T?*rn Of'Its' Victory ov?i l?ortim?i|^WCh WiiVn It- chtmplowcMfp* fWN. 'Scoots slao want * to lUlffpF1 tram On ita nUndld ron<WflTn*hll4 on tit* trip, and *sp?elalrr t>n Its action on nnvlas at mssmm on Monday are Ko?U or former lWs&fkS? ay?* jXJg* i> Troop Kotos Amtmi TNM 14 (Connected with Ht. Paul's R?(ormfd Church. Chester mutsn.sr. luportei > 1 jHttr tM usual business of col | leotlsg dues, ate., aa Intro-patrol bat1 tie that la to start on the llth of iwetabtr was explained by one of the fellows This Is to ho a contest between patrols and also IndlvldoglSL aim Ins to create better alUround scouts. In advancement of teats, at* . .ending meetings. Sunday school, 'v church, etc. This wilt work In bar* mony With the standard troop pro* grate. Berrllt Hatcher and Duvsl Plunk tt were accepted ae new m...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

I t?LI y B wtJazz Discar I Big He Be Bepinninp of End ^HrFollowing Strict Campaign HI Of Police Apainst Ipi proper I Dances?Old er Tunes and U Steps Will Come Hack. II? J.um- llnililiina) HI (SMeiAl D!ftpa:ch t fK?? lN?iinokc| SxVtw York. Pec. 14 ? Tf o K n ? 11 of kii In thif* tou'rn V.t> t? '-n hounded 1 i the knell of Jn7i :iT '* u Idest and f Worst. If all throofs and I<tBa rooms fo'lnw ! ?x;.triple aet I today by the MoA'pu ;In response to t. i J ?t of Mrs. EMaorae \V. i-o:i. , i -e |MMlon?r. that . * i i charge of Itnoo halls and bar Imorns co-operate ; with hc.r In uteil sVric tmproporl xWKlnir, the ll<>t'I M A.pin has de[ titled to play the oiler. more hnr-I inonlou* melodies on I;* roof: the . hewer, more harm ->tr. t:s melodies m the tcit rooms, and sen orally to pro-I note the old. and roneeui.ent y nowd*ya tho new, harmonious methods | f tho dance, ft wit la expected that the nth.-r hotels of the Jaixitst i:y in the ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

<g~ 'i i ij? m " ?? ??u-i There's a R< For Mast , Atlanta. Oa.. Dec. H.? tBy th* In- j r tamationui New* ?arvloa.|s3wtiR *u- * pram* confldanao lit U?? a*l*teno*,of I a "really. trutf* MpU Clatm and a belief that hu minister plan potentlary and ambakaadotr ..extraordinary, * . trill call oa them for an eypreeeton of their phonal want* , the mtia folk. ?t the ^..jtlah Kite * Hospital far Crippled- Child ran. near here, ara await.n* tola, arrival, pa- ? Titta aa'dma ? YftAn 'ptraA^' fA'the J raaual obrarrar. that thoec unfor- J tunata littla-folha. all of tJwm crip- J pled, mahy of tham b*d-r.d<Jen for , - Month* and avan yearn, should, hava i uch a brtah* outlook on life, older people, under Ilka eooditwna. would , |a tra'lina at the hardneea of thair ] lute, and many of them would Klve up the flabt?hut -not thaaa l.tlla , Anoo Ttiaw Woirtaar (tial ao Moll I ko? I Kant a Claua Will visit them In their wards aa they know.that tomorrow ' -Ia- iiiBlhrr ?...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

?*siT PilUffl IS URGED I, FOR BSITiSHERI Appalling Lack of Diffcrenc Between Summer and Winter Frocks, Head of Hygiene Institute Says. My VMa>. {International N'i*> Service Staf! Hv .. Cdrresp r. >*'" * ' foJL?ondoi?, l?e- :i ? The Idln.y < nHtish women's i!r<?? having ri Raid to aliinui!'' '. ! tf<?ns. t* tl then* of an imurinieij manllonto i I>r. J. Alea/ider Urmi inns. of the It ^ ?of H> ii i i ? ?? p;_^*"There 1* an appalling lack Of ?ltl nvtMtnt* between tin sum trier an "Winter dresses of Kmj'.tsh a omen " h P Mfi. "A |otr-ne<-kci] outdoor drei nay be suitable jn the Slimmer. t>i In the 'Kali and early Winter it ; % dinscroun. Protect A|inln>i I old. ' "The tipper pafl of th. back ?U .iul . tie protected ag.iniH . . M. ;:u-. tempi d by the sunshine. a u. maij may ol ten be rem sitting hiviiin the hi and feeling warm In Its glow, w it! r.Mt realizing that all...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

' . * "l MUCH SEX? !N OUR FICTION 1 DEAN DECI^P Hot Enough True Love Is tV| VwooklA On HnlaM tin 11 acta Say*?Eternal Triangle Worked to De^cQrj, Br llckwl T. Ddtf (International New* (Service Btaff ? Denver, mftfl*'?Too- much mi ' and not onoucMtrua vara ta the fault of woderiaftetipn. neeoraln* to Dr. W. H. Cj|i|*0,V(4ft*i<>r of IHrrntnre and! die if ol? Colgate ColHaipUlinJK. T., who spent *0v. oral da/a Tn Denver recently on hie I war to the Orient. Professor Crawehaw blamed present-day "Jnaa^llteralure" tor *"*"* of clety. . "It aaama to ana there is loo much of the so-called etertial trUusle nt I eex complication In modern fiction and npt enough of the divine trinity of love." Professor. Crawahaw aald In an Interview HieSe. r ^ Jaas he later#. ?\ "We hear a lo* of Jaas. rautk. and some brilliant mm) era trlrtntf k Jaas Into history and f/tttruik w " rewriting the BibM. tie Bovlets are try In* to put Jus Into Government." Professor Crawghstr sees hope for ...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 December 1922

^SOCIAL ANL 1 I MRS J. W. SH ] m ?^?=== t I OfHot Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M Pb The i:?pir the board was rpretd for I jrou, all day the Are burned. All day I malted for you mora and j. ^ ' more; ' Bit my heart turned with the shad' w* owi when the evenln* shadows turned. ^K?r~~~Aad a little wind of chance has capped the door. K. S laare the bread and wine for you.I Ef? the ember ou the etone. The kep beneath th? threshold wet k with dew? Vm off and down the road again I used to walk alone, a k Before I ever built a house for yon. ejokti Ketiyon Machtnale, In the At. lantia f. y t Chrtatmaa Daeees The Chriatmaa festivities will be ^^'MMgurated with the "Bunle I>ano?. It-..*! MSB.* of the Virginia polytechnic _* .Inatltute, Jilnckshurg. whh h takes place oh Thursday night, December SI. at Hotel Itoanoke. Dancing will begin promptly at 9 9. M.. and continue until 1 A. M. and be strictly an hiMtatlon sub criptlon dance. Other dances durlntr the holidays t?lll include the Alleghany G...

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