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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 December 1922

. . . I KPt/fl / What to A If You Have Br royal s. a Commissioner of He V. S. Sertmor-Elcct f SORE throat end colds are the re in your way of Bring. If you symptom* of dbe of these coon yourself these questions: "Hare I lost sleep or hare I b poorly-ten tils ted bedroom?" "Hate I rials ted the ntlas of sL j . m a j_- !.? garvs low or inns' "Hard i tmoktq too much, or tp, - in m tmoke-iUldd room?* "Am I suffering front the lack ? action?" % "Have T neglected to walk in the my long* with an abundance of pure The answer to one of these five jeer aore throat. ' There ere aeveral different MndltVei which are /farrfhsit aa aore throat. For instance. "pharyngitis** la tinr doctor's name for ewe aech ailment. In this there la a peculiar raw and t craped feeling ia the throat. It <nIi aa If the T>alna membrane had Keen torn off and * ealt rubbed Into the raw surface. The "pharynx" la the section whleh flea between your nbee and your vocal] "?rda Whiii you look Into the ...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 December 1922

*{ r * M06? * Buftinesj Today KTIlfc the exception of an IrrcKU Mven.eut in securltiea. buatneaa r?lopment* during the past week r? general!}- favorable. The high mw.oi. tirri production was matn? talned, while tne output of pig troll, aocording to latest available figures, t Showed an warj trend. The com-, modlty markets showed special Itrtnfetb, with substantial advances he week l" grains, cotton, jf rubber, and copper. With less demand fdT'fvnUs flora; the Interior money easier In the financial cetiHM-' and this was reflected also in Weakly statenonl of the Federal P.Reaorve hanks, which showed a der 'Cllna In bill holdings and un .ncreaso In thatr combined t. serve ratio. The Moat striking feature of the week in the financial markets, however, b. Was the strength of the foreign ex| Dhanyes. Mterling at one time sold as high as |4 ?*. compared with It.67 at tho end of the previous week, and tha exchanges on other countries With sound currencies were affected ( gympathetlcally. Th...

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Page TWENTY-ONE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 December 1922

' MARKET SETILtT ON PRESENT LEVEL Marks Lota Thair Gain As Loan PoMtbOittefl Die- * appear. ? _ _ ?r Staor* P. wmi. ( * Special LM??d Wire tu the R.i?. node World-News.) W?|| HtrcM. New York, pro U._ The course of today's inqrkeu sua" *t*d at disposition on all sides to aula down st ?r?Mut Isvds and . Vw'.?? In the (?n - ' *rsl sltustlon. It had seemed st the closs of last J?sok that such ad Impulse rr>iKht t? found is ths Oormuit loan proportion. Sni ?"tkMsUsm eif this subjeoi rap* riy toolsd. whan it was mads clear 'hat American bankers would not so Into atfch dn enterprise until the , :-?- "" h eauaiariorily xettlcd. . Ttlf? mean* that nothing mSSTJJ1'] J* **55J?f5r4to* a Oerjnan bond laeue until the next meatli* of. In January, and only then In caaa tha Krench attitude la iadtcall)- changed from what it U 'ippoaed to ba at preacnt. ., Inaaayach aa the hop* of International loan waa the ckler Incentive oack of tha alight reeovtry in the Jermaa mark. It waa not nurprlsl...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 December 1922

I | ffe/' * .. ENTY-TWO I PLACFS APLENTY TO SPEND MONEY | IN KNOW | Stroll Along the Boulevards j Opens Up Kaleidoscopic ? Vista of Emporiums W-: Where Currency Is Easily Separated.. HI Ily I rritfrlr K. Abbott. (International Ntwj Service Stall 0\ respondent.) I'arls. Pec. 1!'.- It's pleasant to take your stick in one hand and your glove* in the other and stroll Br down the boulevards these snappy winter afternoons ? when It doesn't rain. The flushing stories and tempting pearls In the windows of the JewH [ S . V-lors are too stood to be true. The ' art dealers show* you rare old furniB'-j: ture ? you wouldn't dare to Sit on any ? "of the oUaira. p? rhaps?but It's pretty stuff Just the same The modistes' windows, with the E . dear little hats, are very attractive. H and the hats ate really very dear? it Isn't the hat that's so dear us It Is the feather* they put on it. Shoes, cravats, handbag* and lots of things keep your ruck lame nnd make your purse slink deeper and deeper Into I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

WT' m ' v ' t,f>^ 'TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" Tbe Boaadur World-Ncwa la tha <Ml| afternoon aewafMper la VirfWa (?e(ifia| Mkrca laaard wlra I UfalCMi ^ ? ' ""vol. 40.?no. 148 mm FflR Ill I UMV VII insany Pricking of American Aid Bubble Accentuates Situation to Extent of Bringing Warning From Government? Houghton, American Ambassador, Credited With Bringing the Country's Plight Prominently to the World. Berlin. Dee. SO.?(By (he International News Service.)?Reckless optimism fhkh has run mmpant lurlac OS peat week^s fast giving way to a new pessimism with - the realisation now that Uncle Sam la not going to play Santa Clans for Oermany after all. AH hands are now engaged in the-drab task of sobering op as the result of i Morgan's statement upsetting hopes of an Immediate loan in America. If the statement had come a week sooner. It would have prevented the almost ludicrous rise of the nuffk? Which is now being lollowed by the steady re-escenalon of the duller. . : The dis...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

I Hpro pr -trs HE W-!n' H i? Rpxt Season Will See No GenW eral Reduction In-Acreage H Dminn 11 ^ PrAn d- wi rciiiiiiuiu ui i u r h?- rjj t<Nlay whm t s i s ?cr" iicr*.iit<' Irifh i>i>- j ^Hni?. u la ? Do t-hHist.- -t n 1 <>ii t!k' I th* l>Jo vi na v 1^ ?ln^lr|i!i to oilv fii. if i ? l ni ;iri Rd t hla ?f|| . Kit v i. r. lijj x\? u;,i b. 11-. HMlmin-ti!. i f.,, u Win i? i \ yruar\. If i v t'.-r imt- j WU Md cunt hp. w- t t? .. . :? iS i ? ii'ij -BIpWX' Du.ii Tit la difficult i i -V I any win i-.ii ?> tuel MtlO NutKO H'ltl- Mi.:. f.' I Ml been lni.de i t1"'. ?t? k. t N hay ran in: > tn . .- 'I'MBU la.-J ?U*?ri v.'.iji > V :!< .t. the Market wo* rtiim'" m -inr: it lra?, but fatl.-d i? : .? > .. t . ?.i rd harvested. White snv ! ?:-1 ttv r 'there :t n | iw who re.i . r ;.t > j r*rm the ?. i r - .., . ! or I y marl.'i t . I : ran about a l&amp...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

% V- 4V*\ J ?$*i}s 'Tree Of Li Be Illumir On Satur f &J5& * ^iHPo!8^*^ Story of How The Idea of The Conmunity Chrfetmu Tree Originated And How It Km Spread to Many Parts of The I^utd. , r I Tho Community Christmas Treo of Roanoko. accord In* to a f> tho p?trtotta end civics organisations who lll# ???jm*?>t. will b? a decided luectH. Tba Civics Division of tks Association of Commerce Clvlos *Dtvision hIw?*erecrTvod ?many checks sad donations toward the fund for th# tree. . Tit spirit which first started the Community Christmas Tree is Indeed beautiful and worthy of thought. Ths Brat Community Christmas Tres an. "rS" *l*r*? X?.mra ? '? th?? heart J ??* T?rh City on Christmas Eve night. An Ids* of what a Com" * TfOO can reallv mean, the aplHt that prompted the nrat one, how they have spread from one city over the whole- world, and the toy that they must bring to some loie* l*m?roS.*ht ?.Ut. ln ?" abort history of "Ths Trse of Light." taken ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

C- , ^ ?ii> i FORM r OIIT OF FASniSTI " - Cream of Mussolini Martial I ['. Followers to Act Along !?ines of American Militia. I BpI r*r 'l-f i As?oclatr<l v ?1 *;;? ? . rmihk the t bCc tion tli- l'asclstl Into f tl.. Ml itiu for r.at.- u.i saicty are In H F-the hands of l'n : M s.<ol!nt atid I I Will be d'x 'i.*- 1 v the Fascist I I J .leaders a:.it t' i) v n-xt council *| j' of M^Olatcrs A- rd.il# to these alant. the in a i ,:i l.e imi" InMndent b.:t m! w. 'I- fn unison with the poll..- : r? ..i 1 will be at the services, i { ?mnl country." Only T".0'"i 11 ' 1 ,. allowed to "Join ?f flvur. Tt*e^- w" be chosen from antoav tin I .? >wi who have jrlven th? tout in- itrutr. tcrinee iiTitl hit. ri. ..I qualities. The oflir. r* will i i i.onti naled- by pfoyal deer. . Iu -is. < f war tlx" new I militia Will form, a" interna! i?art of the wrnty. II. >. .v "* n n ..t will cost but little. n? there w; 1 i 1>? no pa...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

> ' * ^ BATH COUNTY'S WARDEN ACTIVE William A. Hite, Of Warm Springs, Brings Many Alleged Violators To Court Mlllboro, Dm. 19.?Bath county resently baa joined the Hats or connilea active Jn the enforcement of the State game laws. William A. Hlte of Warm Springs, the new county same warden. On December I Game Warden Hlte Md Adam McKamey. W. L. McKam.y J. C. McKamey. Herman Kntclc, Ban4 ford Knlck. J. & Kable. Karl kuble, Dewey Wllbelna and Cbarlee Barger arraigned before Magistrate Q. P.' Darnell, of Mlllboro. on a charge of killing dear out of eeaaon. They 1 were oonvlcted and lined ?75 and costs totalling HIS. Clyde Hlner. Dewey Ulnar, and William Vanderren alt of Cralgavllle were chArgad with hunting out of eeaaon In Bath. They were tried before Magistrate Darnell Monday. Dec. 4, convicted and fined a total ii ???2S. Theae men were pheasant ' ' bunting near the "Wllderneag" property November 14. four daya before the opening of the aeaaon. The caees were work...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

K.; MPST^'' Hi Roanoke World-News H nlabiithol 1AM II MOA>OKE. VA. II fublUM Mrery li? r Eiitpt Sunday II . TIMES-WORM) COR 1*0RATIOS, II . Tltea BulidJi f Koanobt. Va. Mk^_jt?llP9 ' P. riSUBtB.V Editor. |1 Mtmbrra of Mcm Jtowapaprr I'ubHabara' AatodaUoti wtkaro Ht*nt>aprr !\ibli?hert' Aanodation II Tte Attociatrd Prrta y KvUttBurr iu of Circulation Aaaodatrl iV'M I*. rxclualrely ?lBitMod It Um uh for republication of all crcd'-c.) to or othar M* BtStrd In I bit paper atul alto IM looaJ WWl ftWbltahed hrfrtfi. ? L* rOBRIGN REPRESENTATIVE JpWMl > Batca Inc.. .Nc* York and Cbleaio I Bo tared at R>>?- rr ?: iroke. Vtrftnta. la groom) I" i>? Mail Walter. V RATES IN ADVANCE T aft delta per week payable to carrier. * B7.80 prr year payable at tfte office. Pelljr, mm year ' no I patty, Ma montha S2.6U I Dally three etoiuHa $1 "o Petty, one month . . >< .*>0 k TELEPHONES Iturtn* the l":J Ah Ca...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

J. mm' * * ' , . * (Published b; "'"wuaja* ??akcbs. a 1lu>ruairi High'* Boy* Are Turning To Basketball lte*k*t-ball practlc* t* now woll ander way an4 Coach Duncan haa about thirty-fly* candidate* t?r hi* ?uint. Needles* to *Ay ttje boy* arc II determined to "make" the team in is year. anu m?? ?? >??? m* some ?ery good form and accuracy in cagk the bait Coach Raid Duncan, who wn as* latent coach of the football team, baa bean secured as head coach,, and ?? Engleby will else assist in turnip ut a snappy team this year. Abe Krebs Is captain and "Boo" Bethel ir manager, and according to the latter a very good schedule has been arranged. Because not all of the aames have been definitely arranged. Bethel is unwilling to give out the i>>dule as yet. but It will be published at an early date. Among those who reported for practice at the Lee Junior gym yesterday were: Kadea. Morn. Barnes, Luney, Metcalf, Bethel,- Trimmer. Krebs, Booth, Wllklna, Kb...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

pSANNE PARLEY [RUPTURE AVOIDED fNo-ka Adopt Conciliatory AtOn Strait*?Will PcrK nit American Schools W . ? / to Run. HBMbm. r>cc. the As soPros*. ) - - T!'? f\ih -to mm IK* ?. n *n capitulating ..f ihf Nt*r Kast MHfereni-c reached ;i deadlock today J" In* question of lr> n?; foreigners Jn Turkish tistlve courts. As a suh tliuto for tlx- i>rr.->rt consular y*rt? the alius Mui.<-st?A th.it a Mncn judge, appointed by Tin"*fus Court of Justice should sit on JJt* bench with th?- TuiKlsh Judge. Turks refused this. x*tdMinanne, J)ec. 2"?<lty the In lltaktlonal News Service.) ? l.ord Utfaoa announced tins afternoon tkst the Near Ksst conference will IHijittflUe. the ut-ks hsvlnc ndopt< d u conciliatory attitude i.-surds the AlHN plan for sett It it i t of tlx Straits question. jt Karller In the ihiv it Tiad he? n reported -l&at fix Turks would not to the Allies It ltd that the ColtXsreiic.was liable to ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

. .-. ..II -.' . 'I MOOSE PLENTIFUL ~ IN CANADA WOODS Notwithstanding Many Hunters Chase the Animal In Season, There Is Ho _ "'. Prospective Shortage^ V-y >' SstW' MU * New Tork. Dec. JO.--Countless sportsmen hiv? renewed their acquslntnnreshl0 with tha Canadian northern woods in the quest of moose this MMun. and have found good moose-hunting in every provT. I nee of the Dominion. A hunter is ~ iTUaratiteed at least one moose in these days of excellent gulden and every convenience that the Domlii ion tan offer. Kportsman. trappers and nature lovers In various Parts of Canada have done Into the Lupines* of being hosts to visiting hunters. Headquarters rr* established in tha woods from which hunting parties sat out. some tft the more elaborate of which. In equipment and conveniences, leave .* little to be desired In comparison with modern hotels. Thtae man make It thlr business to know the moose grounds and are also prepared to equip expeditions. ^There are staffs of culdes...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

1 SOCIAL ANC Ik w| ^ . R MRS. J. W. SR. ^|Bf(loe Hours: 0 to 10 A. M Pb HH6' Krtirnim. lay WW ytt compart t? t t 'i t^ Bhln'!^Ht p?*rl?. IHk my she d.yir- n sprit* I Kfr*^ ia i,f I^Bo Sot mv h rose: I ! to act may pin ! ,ri men in I thrall w*( a her ^B Clow ^VOt If l did?ti wntl.l! ' true at | 8' ?NATHAN M I.LVY. Rualr llnjirr. By Social CMtii ft v work B) br tho I . ! of Virginia l.lyte > Institute. Bcksburtt. w llloli J.ii.-.t 1 ;i > tuftrrow night at II '.. I; .int.K B>ancing >vt:i i --_ and llnUP Utltll 1 ..a'a. Km July Ul *.< ?. B. ant] Mr*. Snul. Jr.. In l.l?r Uln- j iter rnriy. Plr. end Mrs. .1. 1'. ;i!( .1 r. . Su- j IL will be hosts ;it it i::ri. r party Friday night nt l.akesidc Ir 11. Visit Mr. nnil >lr?. K. W. l'nln?ir\lrr. tr. and Mrv K \\ |\.|nd?xter will as guest* at Christmas. I 'r. and L EuKcne Taxnnrr, of St. l.-?tiis. hey will arrive the latter part of week. Vlitltril VI** Thompson. lias Tamnie Hlle...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

uijffiwpii ID , nUKJ| NHRR fjtj wxffik . PI i 1 - I ' ~~? l' * J - 'ill 1 , t fclrliwN ' -e , ' m J\- i: '' li f " ' !l> * - " * .* 4k ,,U' A " Li ?*_ \* ^ - ?< '' MI ?*r iff: .''*''' '%J- ' 1 " : ?. *"* ' .i. * * ' ' * V I. " '.J ' .. \ - *7\." ' ' ' .' y * ' \ |k jT USIC charm IV1 great* there C Music ii bat reaches and pe Id age croons in ii fT It is said of M; tinctions, in evi nao mux ifllllU % r fT Of Napoleon, t ^ "Ihave been tw IT" Of Thomas Je ^ spent fourteen a practicing on the \ ' Music lias iiug: ' IT t L> 1 num. i vniiuku own inspire*, t wakes the soul, and lifts it high." e * ["here's music in (he sighing of a ree ["here's music in the gushing of a ri i *v W ' * *+ ''. j iVhen through the long-drawn aisle ["he pealing anthem swells the note * ' ' v *.- . , 0 0 0 t lilusic sweeps by me as a message, Carrying a message that is not for nc fT This time of j< ^ mas morning a o see your childrei nades, carols and d s Christmas ind...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

SFVi * /4 p?*KLVK VYYARD LABOR BE UNiFORM J Advance Information Indicates' ''' Even Work Load For The ~ Next Six Months 1 yjWPXamonth. ! - ' ' ?Ailvanr* in Al formation r< (J.ir.|it k t|:o probable u for tin r.iv . >- ! tar the next '*} *?x month, in.* the work j load up to July 1 v I uniform. The ^ r-*f*reiatlon mik'M . m vs: oerta n j th*t the form n <ntinuousiy Li Unployn) up t t' ' * f the ullotJ ?Bt? possible Liinin current ap' propria: lens. Immediately aft'-- the first of f January the Ma\t' > : will arrive i i vlfcr a stay of three rri 't.ths at the She will !" available for ft# APcklng. repair* am! a t> rations, apk I proved ill acCirU.lo.e W ith her last ,,J material inspection The i.tlmatm , ?o far appr.af j . *< on the MayEx; flower amount to If? 9 The Kltterv :? v a1 t; e. yard ja with a completion date < : February | A ?e worn i n i - r rrrtiiii v I [ boiler work but th< r* are &...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

WOMAN SHOULD LOOK HER BEST, _ Ait/A I J All mrr mm iKtt Right Kind of Vanity la Approved By the Peeress? R*pethe"Sttly*?Type of ? Feminine Beauty. Mr r. JL ? ?,, International New* Service Staff Correspondent, tendon. Dec. S#j?How vain miv ?riri mt That is the y??tlon that Lady Tree, widow ol Ih (ainuui actor, la trying t.? answer. . "A llula vanty. aho aays, "la a danseroua thins to be wlthoat. "The question la, where pride In ene'e appearnans for I confine my>elf to that?besine and whither an rverweenlnf belief In It may carry ne. "To look her heat, continue* La-ly Tree. ?to be at her best, to make tee moat of sveh sifts of beauty ,a? die may posaesa. la the duty of .afery woman, and we will not ac' Ita* her of vanity. In Ita bad sense. ,K she does her utmost to carry out *mls duty. * "Vanity, when It Is usly, la often .As falllns of those who have the enat claim to conafder themselves worth lookin* nt. It Is rarelv that eel beauty loves to see Iteelf redacted: while ce...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

El jfc.ynnE* HOP YIELD F05 mum |?AVerane For The Past Ten Years Broken By Results K- -ftf w I UJl WVUWVII t Tllchltor.i! ! " 's'.hson of ft I9S3 win t (av< riliU r. for t ?j . ; ops and the himc yield f nil ?ro|.? HPM 6.< |.. r <hr avirait* for the pa-l t- . ? Some frop?, Hwtvot by unfavorable wreath-r - and theproEWtttlon o' b s i~ I **' the.tcnf' ^?*r nvrr.cf. I'ruit t bnnmcrd. - Fruit crop* ?. . by th<? Jr-Wt* sprint ft-. : t P-rtunati'ly R this (lania^i' was- " severe ;i? at tot tliouirlit .it I bnal production of tree x: 11 > \*.t* approxtX'tUtclv fj p, r : tie uvrtatfO f.If the past nr. i r Tin- peanut crop W?S tlljf.J IV i t ltlUllUK rain* tliflnir ?(: r month". KfWklch lnt.vit.fi 1 i .. I;. \ a: ion nr.d " drowned out i: ..r v :i- reducing both th<? arroJKi. n? ?i acre. Tb? Ir, . Kiwi** Ul. 413 j-tu-.h ior tl?ar]y all farm crop* -l.'<s been nn??Cther cheerful nsjn . ? of the 1 ^2 In Vlrulnia. The t ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

????? ? ILJ fcj ' Mill -.-LW | MY MARRIAGE) I PROBLEMS I Adele Garrison's New Phase of J P^n?l/i/iAna I of a Wife Cgpldt. liaWftHH't'l"1 S I lll.fca The Promtoo Madge Managed to Extract from Dicky. I SAW one thing t*tt denrty u I fol. lowed the hurf7la* veranda tabble. to tha living room. I muat placate Mr* Barker, aoften bar attitude toward t>t?ky. ?r my whole well-laid scheme of Henctn* aoaalp concerning the harm, leea but bisarre escapade of Dicky and Claire Footer would fan to the ground. From the brief encounter I bad bed otth her T bad recognised a type of whman I had seen before but rarefy. Sh? had extremely strong eoavlctlone and PreJodW>es. some of them narrow, but Mrs. Barber was not petty, and the principle# rote itlng ' her life wrre a* ?tron?r as her prejudices. and aa bi* *? her heart. If I cm Id only sound th? right note of apnea! to her I would And her a valuable ally to my schema. But woa betide me tf I tried to d?. rates her. Her outburst to m...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 December 1922

' si.ri'i'v Res r a#f in KNEW YORK SOON Oovernment Agents Examine P Hew Program As Disclosed K By Secretary In Call. I-ea.litiK Conuie-ont* nnd ultra-riid, Idal M|j Itat.-r!< t .im Im i-ii numinonrff !> ? tljr the WniTn'i' r.irtv of Americd to HUN' * national eon v. ti to u In J.abor Tcry u. rtlnn I"' 2' t v> draft a new | Jj>flE program t>. *'.? overthrow of ly.^., the .present i; \ iam r,t ami ealaba Work) rs' > u< t Kepubltr, suvs | ! > a atory published I ' the New York TJrne*. whic h ))? further: Ulnre a Kn!< r.i! r.ud n a Workers' ' '.id 1'nrty ftathrMi kT in Mb hl?.an several * ? Months alii'. ! >' umst loaders here > have been i|o\tmm:-notion to unite! K' re vol u t Inn ?r > v*. m- t? anal eventually E* briny nbnut an -t" n Communist K^i. Party to t.iku the t'h'"'e of the Com- ? trtunlst I'aru : Aim ma. driven unPHo Aarfiround I* ! > ...

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