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

'. ' ) i. f ~?gai?ssBPf United States is Promalgatic -? V<?r <k* AUMtalml IVtw) WMhltiton, Xmo. 11?Hnjoadlm to a Uwim rMOlntiBn, Secretary lHait (raiiamlf tstA la ranirreii (a^aw au.-J ^formation in the hand* of tlio Navy I feepartmant on ihe status of worships M rapped under the Jsrms of the Washington arm* conference naval fr-aty. or otherwise disposed of by Ihe signatories since the adjournment st the coufsronct*. sample! * tbo scrapping of any existIn a capital ships, at Isast pmrtlug promulgation of the treaty, although both nations hsvs slopped work on Mm* building programs of capital Ships. Urest Britain. on ths other* bund, was shown to have disposed of #r to be disposing of a vsry considerable number of older capital ships. Tha United Btatee, according to lbs report In addition to suspending work oh vessels under construction under t|ke treaty, has decommissioned sll e-omplsted ships affected except the battleship Connecticut; which soon will bo placed...

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

P(' EIGHTEEN OUR I lat Scienc quer Infa By ROYAL S. ? i .imnjiisioner ol Hi I S. Scaalor-Eletl J * WISTORY if filled "nth the won Hfe*. P| and epidemics. Not all of t ancient i.mcs. In the summei ft " V f*rr?d in the ctv of New York and 11 R 6f Use country n TerfTMe epidemic. K'i many human l?cinirs in this country fc hyater ical and unnappy than during ' " 9000 children were suddenly stricken malady called "poliomyelitis" or "infs What made it so terrifying was I the attack, and the jnhappy ending? ;i ' stances, paralysis in almost every sur t. The first symptoms arc headael ^Ei.Lf*^linc of illness.' There may be rv muscles. There may tie twitching in HSl . 'convulsions. The usual experience Is for a child, fif previously perfect.r w.p to fnd H . . lo the morning paralvze.i to some eater'. H- and possibly with n fiver The acute tymi'ioni* disappear In a ;1 few days in a favorable <-a?e 'n the ijits fatal case, there arc increasing hc-ad m ache, stiffness in the neck, dro...

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

W.&LSEKDSA ' ... MM NOTE President Smith Broadcasts Xmas Message To The Pyents Of Students . l^xlnstoa. V*., l>?c. 19. ?In n ' Chrisimaa MiMin from Wn.hlnetoo nnd'Lae Unlveralty to th? Home. ?0|K# of Ita Students President {{^"ry^LouU Smith bu broadcasted To ovary on* of Ita 710 atudenta and to each of their wide) v-acattered homa.clrclaa tha University wlahaa a most happy Cbrlatmaa." hath to Bo Oratafal Par. . Tha lnetltotloa Itaalf ha a much to ba grateful for. An enlarged faculty, much additional attainment, xrowlng financial aupport. a harmonious and loyal student body, tha i Anal disappearance of haalac, tha maintenance of the honor syaftnn.: I he alow, hut atandy. growth of Wtudant self-government, throe nationwide movement a to endow the School ec engineering. to enlarm and dignify the Lea Chapel, and to reestablish Oeneral Lee's School ?r joornallam? all thaaa make It n "happy Cbrlatmaa' to those who bear the heavy roaponalblllty of administering the U...

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

tV"?. j ^^exty ' .. AREYOU I T HE J WORLD NEWS HrV Olaaaifled M)t(riMin rmtaa To lis* I MWIIaf 0 wordo to tbo Una. I 7X ml > alftaElflMl HAT iB^k J mdrertlstn* iMctl; $ M ta *d?*nom Ittdtl cut r*tem to :on?-l?rn ad' NfMm 10 application. Hh ' Cm*la suit accompany mil out-otH tmwo order* F; Mtaclaae IB cation* oot permitted. *u cut* or beny black-faced trp* I _1 ~ pmmtttM ' All mdreniMmret* muat reach Lb* kuliwi offlo* by 8 30 p. a*, (or 1 Publication oext morula*; Saturday* by p m PHONE 3142. - - . m . ; CHRISTMAS GIFT ? i SUGGESTIONS I 1 CIn>i FOR HER. f'{ ANTigrEs t' ' What would make a more useful felft than a nice piece of old-fashioned furniture? ?~"tees, Sideboards, Tables and Chairs Come in nad aee them. " wu-Kcams Furniture-Coi 11" Salem A? . E. J'bone 4341 J ?35? RONG TABI.E STOVE?A' flit lor in# tight houeekrepei Jc.hntonGuodwln kctrlc Co , 614 a. Jrffrreou Si. Phone f*?g. I'JrL ?-j COMMUNITY SILVERWARE GUARANTEED 60 TEARS RoaiKikr" H*nJwar<...

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

' - f I MESI WONDER IN KAMM n i. WhaI. ri? a I VUMI 12) HWIWHi ?Mk?SV? UVUU Materia! to Majors and -Some to Be Proved. - ?^ 87 JtAa It Peeler. < >1)1 ?r-ch>? I*'""! Wtr- to the Hoa. ] off* World-News. Copyright, Now York. Dw. Jll^tiijr proposal to tnake Chicago a suburb .,f ?.,,, I'lanularo. a ao/t of far reinov. <i i >ni.. . .iad? will receive MeritsUi? coiislderaloii around - the (Joldeo Unto. Why? jiUik WJHIe Kamm. the 8IO i 00<> tu 'lhurat. will third base for rhl'uKu neat acajou.. Kjmm la that popular In California. If you uak ? C"ii?t fan what kind ot a f.itl layer Kair.ro I' he wlt^ say, the .est la the world.Howeyer. tho Pacific Const Ix-agpc Itnclf. aivea a pretty fulr idea of chat Kairim can do. Avcrasi, i lust ?ut for field In c In the IStc-lfie Const { li uit show that Deal, hm v a ?er Of the Cllicalfo Cubs. lr-| tho eapue. When Deal was in the Nn- ~ clonal, he arroost Inva-ri.nbly tr&lt...

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

#,AKNTY TWO j { The Investor Cknaprakr A Okl?'? I.tat, Wklfk la I-r ntt ln| In ((Mailt?, Contains ! VMImral> ? ? Various Cradra .Not K( All araaoned Van gwi i.ncKotlationa for the Huntlngl n liv id.tigs -of Chesapeake A Ohio < "i n i . if consummated, B would t r.'n d. r control of the Cleveland n iim n r? approximately d.jso ii.:.? 1110 K.??t'a luigest 6 S ? SVltrlio ! ?ith I h "V..U..I 9- r ut.n.tic r?i Ituffulo to ChicuBBi'v "go, Whuti -l iid under tne I - Van s, a ? ri;.? * < - and the Clover L?# lax ...... i_ i t_i eland to Hi. Louis, tne .;>? ,!ku s position H should : materially. However. ?' a. < . has of Itself ln !>' Vestment is*..*. whether the nc?v f. , deal t- ? t .., | i.u.utd or not, ofter d stiU't .! Motions. ChesaJ 1 pettke is - primarily a soft cosier. Mi MnuiHi In Its Issues sh li! . I d.i I sliletl. CollSol3 ' Itfatioii n t:i f . >, a M'jd us .Nick< 1 I'lule mu.il |?i i i .ile ...

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

' 'f . " W*BR - v \ Market and Fi PRICE MOVEMENTI isvmi& Sterling Off; Liberty Bon4s In i T? i J I wcun?, ?TWW8 , feature? of Day. t : /? r IIMH P. Wr?t. I ItV SdkIiiI I^tMd Wire to the Roa"VSStfa. ^ he outttandlng Incident* In today'x market* yrr* (artb?r t??l on In th* foreign ?xchan*d*. ? ft?tr H ull reeord for th* {Wccmblr ?rhe?t option heavy ' .ying it btfthrr price* in Liberty bond* and a Vary uneven prlc* move>"ent on th* *V>?K exchange. The fact that aterUng *nould have old nearly nine **nta under It* ex,r?m? high laat wrote, did not mean that th* remit rlx*, had exasperated true condition* Or eVeuthai it had 1 o unduly aree'erated by apef-ulu' ?n. All tt implied wa* that the '' vjor operation a. the exact nature f which hay* remained a mysterv. Jut Which were directly reaponslble J"r the fifteen cent rlae in llttlo more t an a weak, have been completed, f reach fraoes came down a Mt. but t>rman marka were eteady dnpite ? I the co...

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

I K TUIIUS KVK.MTS, I ?'' ? Tw enty_y<ar( ok" today Signer | ^^BArcom ?t:,t i- lin?: (tireless mes1 htuh the Atlnntlc. I Uu .his in i.viu, street llchtltis electric it % ?.<a I.r?t introduced In I P*w PL'T1 _ 8?t>iil> f.\ < j <-ara aero t^duy the linn ? i- . : .1 i?d ^^RHk?'c?:i t: i .MtKMSalppi Itrver and ^^^H^^^^tetit-.c* t ficorK". forrth K.? Wb ?; .- .. : <!. who 0Mlebrat<-? s _j\? c- nt;?-th birthday ut. i ~ ? ..Th" tie i ' State find Mr* $R?8?bes a < hosts a dinner b* ? i unmc to the HE:' JoKatp* .< t o <"intr.il American NwHi'f < B&-' Major <; hnrle* J. Hath v, Who ?t I 'i \ RE France, (; - :i the retired l.st Bp- ?r the It. S A' ? today on account R' . ?f havioi; -i )f(. : n t for Icttv rervifc | Tie lot iti.^ numerous States i P are expecti I c idenro. R I. t<> L 4av ?to a it * rot ; c anion! general...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

liii @l]? 'jEltt&uttkt ^IxnPljIbL^ VOL. 40?No. 149. 22 PA0E8 TODAY ROANOKE. VIRGINIA. THUBSdXy AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 21. 1922 ' >? ,.? t"h b ? w mi.,* iPOPGUAl FOR SEEKERS AFTERBODIES Search For Men Who Disappeared After Kidnaping In Louisiana Goes On?Detectives Have ? . ? - ....vuiiyaigu. ?First Attempt to Find Bodies in Louisiana Lake Is j Admittedly Failure. i 4 Mer Route, La.. Dec. 21.?(By \ The Associated Press.)?The de> I tachment of Louisiana National < Guard that late yesterday dragged ' a part of Lake Lafourche, about ; eight miles from here, in an effort < to locate the bodies of two naen reported to have been murdered by , a band of masked and white robed l mtfn last August, following the kid- \ naping of Ave prominent Mer Rouge t clttsqns, were unsuccessful in their l efforts. It was learned here this J morning when a second detachment i was despatched to the lake. Captain W._W. Cooper, command- ' onictr, witrrocatrd ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

? ?? Kv v |Reparation Iteen. D?C. MiT'-r Uuaitrlm rftt . r 'I>H r / 4/1 QUentlon I- * f'nauela mora! Hii r^"4>fc Mprcln It KIuih ^^Hfi -?ppt:a-. >t tf ol - I Bw ruin I V 11, t^r 1 booka rtinv : ;t ih. T ?f V?Itfl .t >.tt t?r . IBlh -c*ntui v ? . mil r ^^^EhVCr trail' Fliutil that li:? tt I* mor *t tjun that .' v. ? ^ It y' 'i 5?Ottcmr.? ?.> ( :i \ .< -. 1 t i .? i ant to on*ir : > r Icht ftnl nhts .1 ?>! .! ;. ? 1 ' It, victory <! ? ' & Id alwimt o>. i i Jl I It lUWCfdfl '! ? I Hff ai Ihi V , ita reason i; > v:v. :? . \ > 1 ttf. facility r v..i\, s "n? irK ? b >|}tAv fr? ! (!'; * (*li ft I inqulnbi I 1 'fjj ' ' > W molt lr?: "LVl' ' ' ?r > . Store 'Mmu Dehtr nml ' rcil it. i *Tl?l?' ? i' Tv?VV(n't of thu io;>arI IOM, that t l ?. ; u r-eernetit. tto .1'!". | ft. no I r l' & I Mtv in dion...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

STORY OF WAIf""1 . IS SJUFF FOR JACKIE (MAN Slept In Water Tank On Hew York Boof With Brother Waifs Serving As Feeding Karens. LfiffL *o?*. D*?- ??All thla sentl. Jnental vagabond .luff .bout ale.p. In* VBdtr the starry aky with heaven's canopy for a quilt falla to jthrlll Johnny Millar. He triad It fSr ,tl>ree wintry weeks on Kaat side roofs and all It ?ot him was awoll.n tfaat, so now he oan only walk*on his aays a story In the Herald. L Johnny. years old. I'ollab born. *on4 of docs. Is the hero of a melodrama which might suit Jackie CooJtan. As Johnny's story goc. when fee crashing down a cbste killed hi. gather, end his stepmother. crying ^To the he i with you! I'm K-.lng back i*? Europe!* di'uro him frotnT.rrHfooF pie found a home In an otherwise - [empty water tank en the roof or a ksir; """ * ? I But the eeld rain Invaded even the [water tank and drove Johnny out. staving him aa a l?e<l room "only bare I [roofs or the top stlp* of tent men ta, '.under th...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

* 6E"iu< . ? -r-.u. -n P LIST NAMES I CONGRESSMEN lifr Af^nte Hake Sensational ] BP4id In Fashionable Wash I i lngton Section. . ^Bfihakimtori. n. r n*o n.? my ^ international News Bfrrlr*) ? down fashionable ?>nm(n, in p Mt-iet Jure today. ???? knd .<";<> v< : nr'ii- ..*<nts nr. two 'younc mm whom they BPwn* of hclnit boot lexers to a con ^HpFSfel* CHOP Washington I octal and official ?<*t jaw?l?tjr-ft*e cation* of alcohol IM w?* being manufactured Into Kin in the apartment and f "Uddreaa book" containing name* bottle member* of Oonurm and romlnaat Waahinirtunlans were HM| tk? aeisute* Ra men arrested were booked at ollca headquarters a* Raymond ray. Jl.ia' broker, and llonnl Hendry Irvlu. 2?, an engineer. Within a l?rt time after their arrest a num r Of .Washington attorneys were MltttorlnB to secure their release. Gray ana Irvin wrc later released kittr urk iruve 11.(on bond.. The police decli...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

II ?? 53*, SCOL A Good ' - Torn ' . Daily ! < ??? mm t* . ,, a? la the A fe 11 J. oT Hear Address By Dr. Garrett The patrol leaders and troop offlcors will be auests of th? scoutmasts-a at the monthly meeting of tlie Scoutmaster* Round Tablo to. night at S O'clock, at headquarters. Dr. J. JL Garrett win bo the principal-speaker, sad will uu the seeau tiul scout officials how they should take care of their eyes. Scoutmaster J. A. Swart* will lead th# croup la singing soma typical scoot songs. Scoutinastsr J. B. Tank, orslsy will be In charge of tb? recreational program and la going to civ# the giuup a branJ naw game which will certainly ba winner. F, l. Patterson of tka executive board Will tall the patrol leaders about the pa. trol meeting* which It la planned for each patrol to hare at the home of one of Its members during the Christmas holidays. Scoutmaster XL C. Delsuney Is chairman of the Round Table and will prealda over the evening's fsstlvltles. ' Troop Four Win* F...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

- Tie Roagoke World-News Batabttabrd 1I.4 ' RO.lN0KK.VA. f. [' fublbkcO Kicry Day Lurpt Sunday ? UT? If , *JW*S tVOU'.O CORPORATION. i I tlBH Bui dins'. Roanoke. Va. ' Ti Jdwii*k p. i i^mit RR. 25 lor. Mesitiers qf , Mei>H>.iprr I'ubllyArre' Aww'.iUoi liSWclWtu N>??: TubliahVra' AaaodaUOC J) TW<w? laud l*Ti II' Au.ttt Bureau of Circulation Tka Aarot lati.l i*r< aa la. ezcluatrely onc tllM to the oa? fur republication of all dtapal. he* rrcvlued to it or nut otherwla* o*dit. d 111 Itila rupcr and alto the looai kcl PUbllehe.: tirfrui. . rOHKK.N KEI'KKSKNTATI VK wy>?Uck A Hair? In- . New Vork and Chleaao R Baterr.) at BurtuOi-e at Kuannke. Virstola. ^Ht^^aiS. - ' -?? Mail alallaf. hates in advance; V 1ft oaota per week payabin to carrier. He ' $7AO per jrrtr ...irable at the offlca. BY MAIL L "baity, otvf rar i.. .e ..... $ > 00 l.'aily, aix, murttba ". ?.\."HI R Bally. tbf?r mcti.h- . .. ..ftl.ftO baUy. one ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

r |V v. .f ... 'v " ?. . ' 1 ?lj? Dun (Published by ^"wil-AAII t'AfcUUI ^"^'ujfu^rul Students Leave School Today For Happy Holidays School closed today for ths Christ mil Holidays. The vacation will lost until January the ??cond. almost two weeha. Both teachers and students ars saverly lookIna forward to ths Christmaa boldlaya. But thsy all kssp In mind nevertheless that the examinations beyln a week after Ifta* vacation Is over. >'or the past few days the school I (self baa taken on a festive air. Beveral of the rooms are decorated with Ars and other Christmas decorations In the study hall a dimtna 1 va PhrlBlmBd t Pda la r?l marl #m th* ablnet (or the itildtnti to look at when thajr ara tired of studying. ' Tire vlejrola la moved from room to room and Ckrltun** rec<>r?l? are ? played. Often the sttidenta aing aoine of the old Chrlatmaa songs. Yfxurdny the rata In the study kali, about a hundred In all. celebratt il Chrlatmaa. Mis* Mary Rosaelt. ol ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

tflOSELL P HISTORIC LANDS It RffiPj?^ Itei For Forts On Virginia ^ Coast Were Deeded to Early- ~ ! President of Nation. g V?hlniton. I < . ; ? I;y ihe A?BMltnl Pro** > - if i.ina which Jwlh, *re inclu-iol . War Ucbin l pillas I. ?| mm. .if real which wi.ii ! a? early for forti:\ | urpnse*. ?ut which mod.rr w.rf.,r.- has r<-It-| kittd to the class -annus and T OMnmuMi uiii iis ! ? ! > a num! liar of 8e?a'.or!< ft i ri i-lntea htltttt that a..!! t Hi., property fc tll be purchased I j his- ;. .?1 xucitfctotamii.atloi, .,t t?..- !i j of the Koday that the deed* t t? " tract*. #Ort Jackroit. a: Suva: tin., and :w*rry Point. In Norf. .jt.ty. virBkia Were toll.iv "Thontas .It ft. tr..ii. 1'tij.ident of aba United States ui.d hie > t. ce.-nor* Hi * Another to J. <t. tilsnis. fcorfolh ' oUnl>. Va.. and i.ouuht .as! Site for for Vifoik. ? oovereil by a deed made i.ut to ohu Quito > \? and - - a...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

r*j w' WHOLESALE PRICE OF COAL JUMPS i i Increase In Richmond is Declared To Be Due To The I Car Shortage ' T "Richmond. Dec. X).?With a cold fn'V'nent and the bine uf tile _ ratall coal dealer* hold In* far below th* normal aapply of coal at thla a reason, there was a illffbt Increase In o th#- u'lmliiilr nrire of miu! this Me#h.. . iiijr. one concern quoting the cheaper b grade of Now Rivor nt ti wholesale f mm compared. with H ?o* yesterday. c (>no doulor jiuvo the Increase as ft v cents on the ton. Wo Aslkrselle Coal. Ii It Is Icarnsd on good authority that f (hero la practically no anthracite coal 1 In the bins of tha retail dealers of J soft cost. The supply of run r.f mine 'J Is adequate to meet ordinary demands 11 but there A nothing like a surplus. x Tha price of coal has been atrendlly " Increas'ng for ths past three weeks, snd both retail and wholesale dealers t ' attribute this,chiefly to the shortage In ears and the fact that some mince, unable to ship Uietr ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

lARMILLPOSTS " f IDEA GETS BOOST IN THREE STATES I Maryland, Virginia and Pcnnp tylvania Hope to Be First to Paint Names On Housetops. Wtr m By John %rrh#-r < artrr 9$** oj?cciai Luisr.i u r< t< ihf Koa^ Baltimore. M ! . !> '< :: ?Offic-allj I dtilijnvd (Ifitl to ? rtrnvii-S n't I turn may I , i Knst I ! I*enn?ytvar.:.i Mnrvl.it.d and \:rI Kinla. S< yrt t .1 > | to the Interstate .r e.'pmmtsHlk 'that cities y - < hi rnav I and Idea fr<rn the r.,: r< id Mat I and paint their n-.-r. -i r , pop* has born received hire v. t?. enthusiast?! and already has r-in motion. Secretary William I' Titdoii. of the State Aviation < ' m:sM< a. unld today his organization m.i< retting in .touch wth clt i.t.il tovcrii in the three itatc-s named and wi-uld prepew CO-CVC ration III u-mikiir: - tit . a practical M;lirin< M:.J r I < \ ['it. we...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 December 1922

mt imrmr i laji TRADE ROUTE TO H POLAR REGION A RUSSIAN SCHEME Soviet Steamers Will Carry Farm Tools and Machines Through Kara Straits For last Siberia Trade.v . Br Harry L. Sm*m. < international News Service Staff C'orreepondant.) * Washington. l??c 11.?A - trade route through thu polar atas U the ateat project of the lluaaiau ?ovtet government which appear* likely to Become an accunipliebed fact. TUa plan Involves a float of Kua. laa tOanttri carry In (f farming Implement*. tools, and other mauufac. lured articles from European porta through lbs Kara Straits, which separata Nova Zambia from the mainland, tbanca acroaa tha Kara K.-a < ths mouths of tb* Obi and Yenisei rIvors. where thetr c?i?u?i are to ba caches* ?d for the bide*, fajre and othar products of Kasterri Siberia. riMt of KIT* Bhtpa. Already a fleet ut flvs car*<> ships " i tthered at Archangel for the nb?a It Ion, according to adrlcee Just r?vised hare f/?m Helsinafors. and c...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 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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