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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

BRITISH LABOR Tt PARTY UTMOST AJMISNOMER? Toilers Are In MiAority With Many Keen Thinkers At the Head of Thinps. a< '' ^ Intern?tionM?l N#w? <8e?*Tci Staff 1 1? Corraapoadant. . ' l,< London. Dae. Id.?"Watch I^aborP V1 Thla la tba word that I. b*ln,Tpa..a- lu . ?4 by Uritiah political obaervara. for ou I ,7,7 V. T, . P'evniant mat atald f <>ld Britain la on tha versa of sow. , *rnment by a Labor Party. *r . Of coarse a Labor government la .1! not an immediate -probability, for If tilings move slowly in England. but it ocrtatniy la as reed that the prea- V *nt trend of polities la la favor of the Labor party. There are many "? *h_9 are wlUin* to wager that there 'MM be a Labor Ktivarnmant ?Uhln" the jnest three years. Tae aleotlon of a Conservative I government under the leadership of il Honar Law. ? probably the best thins ' thdt baa aver happened for the Labor tk PdHy. There are already very patent *f Mans that the Honar Law pa...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

Ip^ |p Onegjn, Wonderful Sii h\ In Fidelity to Pit rkBBff .SlKrid u.i S'ti 'IihM ,n?n? traltu. V* h?# ? .?ri i t tK? M r? pol It;? n K - OptiM thi> >. .: - < ! tlie it ut * ^^ jS ^ JmiDdiiic - - ' fk* ti?*u'ia?ivnt*rs. k;. Hhe >? - > U*.- typtc?l r?t v I Norm In r.?l ^ ! * !.une atld out* fit? that thtt.S ! : - !,. .! forco R.ff" *olum?-. ' a- N* ? ^ "rk obaervrr CA-*>' put* It. Mr. Oiii it.?. .. ? ?> i? nttrnrtlnK U ? th* at trnt ! . r and Colifrt t rtf* KOt-ra u>- u. :| .i? ?. and h?-r ftrry appt-.iri.t t'.? *ul>j<-t .( her poM?il>tlu: ?. I - in i;nu-?. hi-r %p, . limitation* Recently \i ' r'< Kii-nliui j. I'oat h*U : ?.. > -nf hi-r volcji" . .11 M S:?rn) t Kill. th?- i.i Mi v i SinJuh 1 conl r;> : .1 .?' 1 ,i? .i tur.i voire. I P * In 'i* r In..-? .in- u.i natt.rull-. n ?itv < .\P* ru?. < i ? . : l?r. M.i r...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

tABOR BOARD FIRM ASTOIMCWI ^Denies Maintenance Of Way Men Time And One Half Fqr Overtime ( j Tk* Aaa related Pma) Chicago, Dej. It.?The United b " ' Si*tee Railroad Labor Board, la a decision laenad today uphold lie f >rtoor etaod In denying maintenance of way toon their request of . time and one half after eight taoura work and on Sundays and holldayn By the board's decision the present ruling of a pro-rata rate for the ninth and tenth hours and Urns and one half attar that hour Is upheld. A request for a ruling on a contract worm, mi mcuim slated. baa been answered by previous decisions. Thaaa declared wuch contracting an attempt to avoid tbe provisions of the transportation act. " ,on* 91 Haling favorable to the employees wore eon tain "1 In the. decision on i tb?t employes' time must start and 1 ead at designated assembling points and supervlsery tureas shall be cumpeuaated on tbe aame over time basin an the men gwpegvlsed when the general force la repaired to work In...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

I tjrW?LY? , ' BYOUR 1 WhatYou ( U To Avoid Alt; K ? By ROYAL S. C( 5 Commissioner of He t t. S. Scnator-EUct f I 1" ALL Nature there Is no more te | I the experiences of an earthquake E-' loan its stability the very foundi (MRU to be swept away. Of all the symptoms one may su 1 more disturbing than a s-udden attacl Vertigo, doziness, giddiness, 44 ' head" are expressions used to descri or arty disturbance in the normal stat k The most interior portion of the within the bony walls of the skull, tiona of this rather complicated an three tiny rana ?. each lacking but a I being complete circle. Br- Half-close your i eh' hand, so ti aarWw to your palm Use! the outsider dse your bent rlcht hard on the up- . tamed palm of your left hand. Imagine one of tlie setnl-clrc"ul*r ran- I ate o lie In the plane of your right palm, anothrr at rlRht ang. ? to this. !n the plane of the fingers of your right . hand. and the third nt ri.lbt angles to' both the others. In the plane of your' K ' left pal...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

I -...J, ' ' mmM i WORTH MILLIONS. MORETHftN 1921 i Department Of Agriculture I Gives Final Report For The Year f (By The Anodrt?d Preee.) Washington, Dec. IK.?The N|tloa'i crop* thif yeanare Worth f 7,172,199,000, buei on their farm Z value aa of December 1. the De- * partment of Agrleitltpre announced ' today la Ua final crop report of the . year. ? t Their yalae la f 1,141.971.000 P mora than teat year's crops, rt- il (lectins improvement in prices for h (srm products -prevailing now as compared with a year ago and In- 1( creased production In some crops. l This year's farm production Is worth about the same as that of .1911. but is lower than 1920 by J about $ 1,600,KW,000 and lower than any year et^ee 1916, except I last year. It Is only a little more z tbad half as much as the record ti value year of 1910. h Record production was made this Q year lh rye. white potatoee. awset t. f potatoes and hay. Other bumper u \ crops this year were rice with the third largest production, t...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

I* j ^ ATTRACT i WORLD NEWS I Oaaeifled ratea 7c line [ , ? OOUnllnc ?J wnnle to the Um Diip it iimilm) Me per I neb ' AU claimed ad rertlatna atrtctly -i caab In ad?anca Aped a J caab rate* to loof-tar* ad HRf eeriia?r? >c application. Caab moat accompany all ool-ol town nril i Mlaclaaaiflcatlona not per mil tad nu com or but? black faced type E2 permuted BT*_ J , All adarrtlaemmta BJ'iat reach tba , >. bualneea offer by 8:311 p m for . pobllcattoo neat moronic Salurdaya by b p ol PHONE 3142. | .T n - - " " " 1 * 5 " ' CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS V (.I ITS FOB HKIt. ANTIQFKS What would make a more useful gift than a nice piece of old-fashpl'; ioned furniture' Settees. Sideboards. Tables and < hairs Cnmr in n.wf w*t th*rn. Hrowu-Keattts Furniture Co. It-.' Sulrm Ave . K K * I'hone 4341 J ^ ^ Ali.MSTRO.s-. TABLE STtLVK?A (lit For the lit III bou*?krvpri. Johnaon-Goodwtn EY ' Electric Co.. Ml S. J-fferaon St. I'tione | 4456 - : BICYCLES?CnmlcemoJ pledge...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

' WHITE FINISHES STRONG 10 IN Mitohell Had Him All Bat Oat Early, Btft Could Hot Stand the Strain. y a Jw ? imr wmir rimw) {Hyl w,r# to ifciyu>?. fioK* savoria-^ow", copyrigm, it;*) New Yprk, Pec. It?B?h?y Leonard'has Ht forth nm of. hi* itUni for lb* future. -He Mid today that *~TtIi"?p*t,figlit would not take place i for whm months. In feet, hi* .next ^ " appearance will be In the new Yankee's Stadium, some time In the ?ummer against Lew Tendler. Leonard baa recovered from hla dental trouble*, but the strain nulled hIii". down and he will gradually art lilmaelf Into condition for tlm big. seat light of hi* career. Charley White today deserve* much of the champion's consideration, In' view of the Cblcagoan'a Impressive victory over- Itlchle Mitchell before _ I?,000 fsn# In the Garden Friday "Ight Charley was practi^alix out In the second round of tnat battle, which will be remembered a* the winner's most desperate scrap, and as one of th* greatest between 117 pounders th...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

P^*?a==r- I nil's P" I Butinesj Tcxlfiy WF - rUm pfdrlat forecast of the 192* I , nntton crop at 9.941 ("'9 bales con fvuitd very tltaely with th? erpectatlona of th trade. The figures 111' iMU If-' . rv>'. w sth the I *c?ptlon of last year's. glnce 1901, | t and (he only thin# which figs |?revented a cotton famine has i"?rn I BK : tk? large carry-over from the <*ita'P | Of 11,419."Oil t.ulea in 192". The prosfc >>Ctl\e yield f< r thla year la 25 per C*?t greater than the ai-tunl crop of [> .1911. but ore discouraging feature. Hf" front the viewpoint of possible luK?. CTaaae in production hereafter Is the R.'. tact that the iini aKe tlila year la SO 9Vanr cent great? r than a year ago. n. Thla means a smaller yield per ncre K*" In apite of the fact that the growers f-- . . have used no-re fertilisers than they J i- x fid a year ug The acreage this yaar Is very , .* t- that of J919. when the crop unted to ll.420,ooo iw...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

** ! *. [ Market and F DEBTS AND LOANS AFFECT MARKETS I % M + Nearly Every Department Takes Notice of Keviv&l of German Loan Talk. ' V r . w . * 'Br vpoclal JtOMd wire to the RoaMkt WorW-Ntwi) i Wall N*w Vorw, a>?c. u? Today* markets continued to dUWuy confluence. and ceitalti ue*i?e ot 1,1 hue.nam over Mo projected iuivrnutional loan to Uermany. 'i he obNiaeiea in iho way ut a bond ?**u? of any auch magnitude werv. of t"ur??, wall rti'v?ws?4. But the fetiiiiK was that with tfc? prospeci of Ajuatifan. .InvnUap. JTrincn?imail. ium? down from her extreme oe'uauda. and a solution of tae lUparuKoifa problem would be worked out. The principal respona# again occurred in the fonigh exchange* .Tae Uerman mark sold at prac'.icuily two bundredltha of a cent aa against one end a half On Friday and the recently prevailing on* and ous-uffaricr. French franco above f.BO cema com-' | pared with a cloning rate of 7.It the r previous day, a low B.?l 3-4 a little inure than a w...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 December 1922

m BRYAN'S WEl IP; v r A Lesson in Tru W If |' ||f. By William Rftj ? EL "Seek Ye the Kinadom of Go And he spake a parable unto t man brnui;) t ; r.h plentifully; And h-? thought witliln himself no room *hftr ! 1 stow my fruiti BR' . And lie sa.d. This will 1 d": 1 < el , and Cmre v :11 l t" stow jrtp ill> And 1 will s.iy to my soul. Sou years: take thlrie ? ??? , eat, drink, , But Go<l said unto lilm. Thou t Kjs ( *>t thee th< n \vh< so those thin So Is hi- tli.it l.iyrth up treasuri And he said unto his disciph thought of your life, what ye shall T't i. ' !- t? mo ' i > a i i-ii at. ami Consider lh< ravens for they i storehouse r.-T barn, and God feed than the fowls? Arnl which of you taking thoug If ye then be not Willi able to i thought for the rest? tt Consider the lilies how they nr ' jyi g . I say unto you, that Solomon in a! them If then God so clothe the crass, Is cast Into the oven; how ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

" ; "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" t The IUmmoIw World-Mew? la the oaljr afternoon nc weeper In Vlrgtiaim receiving three iMMd wire -v- 'V V wmmB^^==zs=====z= . VOL- 40.?No. 146, v \ | PROHIBITION mAAIIAAPI% UB vmma i ft " Believed Another Conference k Will Be Held After Newly Elected Governors Come Irito Power?Dry Leaders i -* a? f wimiraini vaimiy ui ounference?One Thinks It Is a State Problem Which j 1* They Once Handled. ~ 1 Washington, Dee. 18.?(By The , | Associated Press.)?The enigma of prohibition enforcermnt was discussed by President Harding with a group Of State Governors with as a beginning toward his announced policy of working ont a definite division of enforcement responsibility between the Federal and State Governments. The conference took place over a luncheon at the White House and |i " those hbated about the table Included the Federal officials most Interested In the difflcntttes of keeping the country dry?Prohibition Commissioner Haynes, Secre( tary Mellon, under whose dep...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

If Ic * 1 ^ # y I.Tl. GRADUATE BIG SUCCESS IN flUHBER BUSINESS pagan With Nothing. Now Has f Largest Wholesale Business In One Section * By H. H. (BVNKKH) HILL. ^Blacksburg. Dor. 1 6.?Wesley T. Stoat. while "tin k" around d?W York n search of a good story. I happened upon the editor of a lumber trade journal. ' Who, said Stout to the editor, "ho* done notably veil in your line of business fiom small- beginnings?" **The only man 1 know of who: answers to Lhat dcacriniuu." t-b^iditor said, "is Robert \V. Sizer. Me began with nothinc. has thej L ?the gift t r_ SUCCESSFUL gifts arc those b quite as appropriate as Cosy! wants felt slippers. Give then' i;? pleasing reminder of your ill MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS fUt to :i.lo ir sm Wi1t0] I- libA BOOT ! 12 Campbell ' Your M = ll Or if * ' _ fe?_ .. m- Every Mi ! An Assortn V ftP | , A few good articles :Kitfll ?uffice. "But 1 Lk ?with r a vat?. To t ? different netshoul HI V TL ' 1 My* i nc novel pat n |lmo?t numberless. B g| .Why not a sclectio:...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

V ir an integral part of yuietide cheer in england . English Workhouses Serve the ? A _ ? * xiuwiug ?uwi a? a, opgcial Part of Day's Festivities. y LaiMr A. HhIh. (International Newa Service staff CwrraijanftiiL) - Jrttg?t* *8^iW"?0vkk-'':.Krom a time to which the memory of British cltlketiry rtinncth not the ( SwSSsS ?IPPWan am her fluid that la a naetajr to their eagerly receptive throat". Christmas bear at tha workhouse la an Institution **<! * ft? w*r* their Institutions u So tha merry Brlttehara; .J1** Jdra of celeb ration-"fh'e Yuletide about table unadorned by flowing atafna, la abhorrent to if. , moat any Englishman. ami pertleu. I larly to to thoao who dwell 11^. I houses. r<fir Christmas la the oh"y 1 day In England -when workhouse lnmat?. the boon *f . ?Uif 15 <l ,,W that che'era. To take their Christmas beer from thoaa .unfortunate*-.*,!! ,rt "Imply laa't done, and when rh'ina. aswffittvwa?1 * 2Btir**Wa trustee. Bishop Btorford. a London ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

F? IM ISLAN'D r i BEII DISCUSSED P, FOR BETTERMENT 1 _ ' ^ _# T1 ! 1_ A 1 woaipiaini ox n-ngusa araoasI t' tad or Sends Secretary DaE. via to Make Personal Survey. * S' 'Waahlngfor.. !'< < lk?<By the A*Sg' ?elated . I'rev* ? tVmjirehcnslve Plat,. for irnj'rov^mor.t i f the I K Alteration fa< at ih<* Kills U*land fttation .it N< ? V fit arr under I II connlilcriition ! * ~i r -1:'t or | many complaints t .- i. i: :r Mie fres , ant e<iu Ipttier.t of ? -tinn aiid th? P??thc'Kia of j*i.* i,. r miiulrnnic. > Three alternative i r <?!? for betfj tirinc the iviTu-.i 'ii <>f tlii* siit.?;i ar* receiving the atltni"ii if officials I hi charfod with oni--. i t:-- of the !iii , migration 1;*? - < .. : th'c p'ans I provides for r< hal l tat ion of the t present facilities . n i;Ki? Island, a t aecontl roittempk.ti.? erection of a I Hew station hi : v. ri...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

-,- ? I Fur Sets to m^B I irerjr little girl naturally VB little eotJi will bring on curia Iror gtnw at ages 3 to 14 In Vox. Nutria. Gray and W $C.0ti, 910.00, fll.78, 910.78 | Santa ( I FXJRS Are * Time f r ' You are offered Fur ^ ! choosing and choice, whicl for your money. ^ And when you give fu the hope oFevery woman. $75.00 Marmot Coat? | $55.00. $95.00 Bay seal Coat? $75.00. me aa if x j. * m fi?.w raarmoi coat w collar and cuffs?Sale pri< $139.50 Natural Muskrat price, $98.00. fl $160.00 French Seal Cm . IT $198.00 Bayseal Coat a collar and cuffs?Sale pri $265.00 Raccoon Goat4 $198.00. | - ... . . f XJnderfinery D 1 Ati the newest in C< Christmas presents, (1.0 . === ?f ' w x All Silk _ ^ _ - Blanket-Robes For the conch, motor car steamer's deck, guest room bed, etc. Anjdeal gift for wife, moth er, sister or sweetheart. Ha I I vac, HOC, *1JOO ap to ps.oo. I Wotnen'H Madeira Hand I f"! " and Scalloped Handkerchief*, L . ?3c and Sl.OO. ' Women's Handkerchi...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

p % . |?n Roanoke World-News Bf%- . Eatab'iabr f k' koanukk ia BFWlMM Every D.ir jtacept Sunday ? UT?' . >L TIMW-WOKLI) CX)HI1>RATIOX. Tlnrt BuiMii f Hoanoke, \ a riantuK.N Editor. !'"!"'lIeo)wri pf HHcu Hvvipai'; I'uninhrra Aeroclatior ifHtbers Kraaoaper thibUahera' AatedaUov Tka Zaaoeuted Itm Bun.vi i l Cir u.allon ^KT~A??K>clate<r 7*r. ? i- eviualvely ?> to the uao " rt-j iMtvalloo of all ^ ptMlcbfa cr^i <- <>r otherb ^ ah.. . . _* e ? -> te, fit* 1 htiw I,* 11 H K> 1 NT ATI V ? , tk B?!? ? Ii, . n. ? 1 vrk inJ Chlcxo [9M|m at rvatofliT* at K >k<* virum*. HBL( ? Sfcom.1 C'a?> Mj:( .4Jtlcr ar KATES N A!'\ ASCI: ; | It ewii iter wr* k r>>>' r cArrifr. fl'VE-Stl p?r j-f?r pj/.t'-' ut lb-- oSicr. U Y V.viL r>? rear . S.VOO Is ontb? S'-'.&O ?rse SSnTKi . : ~ rmn n? month ..... * ..... .......

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

. ; Pecoi That Lend IndU OT the necessities so * HI wbid1 a woman maj HI I It is just sticb tbinfi HI Novelty Gift Section HI A most profitable place i 111 Boudoir Umpi i 11 Table Lamps || Floor Lamps i. III Candle Sticks 111 Decorative Candles , HI Book Ends HI Bridge Scores v \ HI Tokanoli Pottery HI Japanese Vases || Desk Sets HI a?m > ,# Mum rem Hand Painted Bulb Bowie Hand Painted Basket* . Fou iV JL buyer?-] > V pleating I * . .&L. ?t very 1 prices. Boudoir Lamptcomplete v ituc or 'parchment shades. Special at Bridge Lamps with attractiv? parchment shades. Complete. Table Lamps, mahogany base tiful silk shades. Complete Floor Lamps with beautiful silk shades. Complete. ?HUftfl l ~ ! Japanes ~ Doll Furniture Sets Consisting of table 2 chairs and settee in Japanese grass ware. Just what every little f . girl wants for her doll house. Special? .. $o.98 Set ?2nd KlMr / d. Men Like Such gifts as Shirts, H< men. Here in our Men's Se&a...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

piir RE OVERCOMING F FOREIGN RIVALS Mnuntat Official Reports p| Buccsss of Co-operative I Measures In This F" Direction. IJTashlnffton, Dec. 51?<Ily the A*< JS*<1 Pr?M.)?Jtnifrican business | P. Jt?*t ion* ehrougti "one of th#| St crucial period* in the history tfc nation's (orelcn trade," and BSalaed some ground against the Of s recovering Kuropesn HpStltlon." Dr. ulliis Klein, d'lroeS of the Bureau of Foreign and l)oBtlo Commerce, derlnred in the anM report of the I.nr. .o. mail" pubpjpeaterday. The American exSpsr, he said. tin firmly grn*pc<t Opportunities pn.-.nWd and Is SSSached In the world matkt'tt In HBtSF fhshlon than over* before. Dr. Klein's remark* c i-n.Trninif the hrienlnit scope of this country's L* gradually Increasing Volume of Mrta, together with a "reniarkWk natlon-wld'r Interest" In forPP trade aa rfflecteil by a 400 per ^jncreaae In the number of In Ma received by the department t-nmntrtt for lnformaelon on JFWl marke...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

** r*''. wir* MUST TAKE PLACE in wmn n affair?: IV 11 Vllbc III I I IIIIV Bishop Msnniaf , At Hew York Met ting, Bays World Bit. Jm"*' a^adlsw Tn i,wi* ' ' ~ UavlVU MM an??? * , "*? York. Dm. l?.?(Bjr the Aho'"<1 Pr?aa)?A service of "later, ceeeion for brotharhood and fellow, ehtp anions all *?od people* with , - preventative* of the Brltlah, Krench aftd the United 8tat.? eratnenta attendlns. waa held today In the Cathedral of firu John the IMvlne. under the auapfeae of twenty-eeven Societlea and eoclal orjaah aatlona. Thr Rlaht Rev. 'Willlane t. Man^h.inSi Proleotant iCplecopal blahop of New York, told the aatherlns that <><o need of natlona waa "a voice -if; which all ran have ronndTirr. ba. au?e It la known to he seneroua. Juat sad dlainiereeted. u- "And America." he aalff. ."In the Mijjbt of raoord, and b7 the very facta of bar altuatlon. la able to apoak with auch s voles" Blahop Mannlns aald tba tlnr.e bad -uma for eome aort of counc...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 December 1922

THINK MANY LOST I IN LAKE TRAGEDY Learned For First Time That b'<* ?q do a a a*, aa.-o A ? a Ala a m st a aooiugvio v. rxic v Missing. KnlUlto ft. M.ir e Mich.. Po,-. IS.? 1- (By the As-' ii I'ress )?TweniyIP, * 0 per.-, i ..re missing and art BPSPft**! t o luv'.' ilrowntd or have died frr>m exposure : ..Lowing thi[J jMiftiater whlrh rmt v<->k the ttiB Relig*.; enee when It hit the rocks of Llzaid W . I?Und four <h.> s .ik ' This w as the fV tm*r express. .1 i.v ogiL'lais of the K Buper-or 1'apcr Company, owners of 9 the tug. who for the first time have &' admitted that In addition to the crew Of fourteen, the Tt.ltance carried i' twenty-two ! . : r Seven survivors of the wreck hove >" reached this nla Two uth.rs Mr. and Mrs. John Marten cooks, were Buffering so fr.-r- cold and exposure that th< y wer. ? 11 u*. a station of ?; the Algoma Railroad for ttnedtcal attention by the other s...

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