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

- 1*3 ' ' /> ' . * : ^ CROSSING CASE INTERESTS STATE Pulaski Man Bases Defense On Phrase "Purely Local Trains" THE VERDIGT IS APPEALED t ' " Question As To Whether Vehicles Shall Stop At uroasmgi I'ulafckl. Dao. 10.?A tm lateralitiK mm vii heard before Justice I. W. H?lran and O. A. htarehead here yesterday evening. tha question involvedbains whether tha provision* of tha act paeaed by tha laat legiststara, requiring rehlclaa approaching railway grade rrosstngs to atop within a certain distanca before passing over auch crossings. applied to aurh crossings' on the North Carolina Division of'the Norfolk and Waatara lull way. Tha particular case under bearing concerned tha eroding af McAdam. a flag-atop about four mllea but from Pulaski; which, incidentally, la a point where tha Lea Highway crot| a tha railroad tracka at grade. Tha atatute under conalderatlon Uaa thla proviso: "Provided, that thla act ahall not apply to any public railway cruising at grade on railway llnea o...

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

B SOCIAL AN] I t . MRS J. W SI | | Office Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M P I THAKNIKST. [ C Tw? thing* there be mat live A day: The worn!, r 111 the eye* wkw love la l>orn. and after that I ? (#. The pain ? hen wonder dies. ' Ht" The first too breathless Is and brief, ^E>- h?r? sHabbrtig >??t the pain? i $ But ?ot.i will pass and hearts that * loved WU1 live and |nve again. Hf . ?Helen Fraz? e-!< > w< r In The American Poetry Magazine. Safes Mai Tea For Mrs. \V. L. Asdrrna end Airs. M. Flndley. K; Mrs. It. R. Fairfax Is hoetess this H' afternoon at her liome i'ebbleton." Kf of an Informal lea f r Mrs \V. L? K Andrews, a biide ai.^1 Mrs. O. M. ITluilm ley. of Martinsville, mother of the B honor ce. The quests are Invited for 4.30 E o'clock. hh mnnrr mrir. Mr. Cabell ltudiey. son of Mr. and K Mrs. K. V fiudley. of the Augusta Kf Military Academy, Fort l'eflance, who IK In at Iioiih fort'' Christmas holidays. Hi favc a dinner party...

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

OS AMERICANS " TO EMULATE FQCH i - <Jh Representative, Upshaw" Of Georgia Urges A "Dry Proclamation" (Br (k* MMttM Pr??l Washington, Doe. St.?High gor rnm?nt .officials. gorsrnora, Judge* and rocn/bsre^ot Cungrsaa^srs askst ivhoH"r?f?Md Is toneh Intoxicant* &tg&8rS*3iiiS>" "No )Mg?r must ths higher up* any 'go. shot* tod Mr. I'pahaw. Tin must say 'corns', ahythlng less than v ?hl? wgntB h* h/nr?* scandal. Tlmorona souls hgvs never Inspirit anybody ., "This is no tlmo for pusayfoottna tit I Mi m.tkA ulloaa t??t Ika MM uf tir stats and national leaders." Mr. Upa haw urged that lb* pretitent Imm "? ringing Chrlatmaa proc-lamatlun calling aver/ cltlscn and apeclall7 avery official to total ik< stlnemre for the common good." lie(erring to tha recent governor's nonfarancaa ha aald "let these governors. lad by tha president and rk< president of the united States sac a?l members of tha cabinet walk oal In the open and lift ...

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

^ffXTEBN \ Remarkable p Outlined L K In Newsf 4 K?ver Carried a (iun; Never ) *Done a Job" Without Heing ; CauRhl; Has Had No Pleas-. !in i,iii'?wants a c nance Come Back. York 1 '? < *.- I'<?c!:irir.|j that] spent host ! * thirty-elsht In prls--n fir .iling. that lif rver had mi.v _nis. ^ail .Pint hia . ts with l'? a.? started tvhen le n l>r- k. i! ? n ? I.t mule Maud. hoirtf ? llrieli, alia* 11 Sullivan, M.i.tmi; i.> ?pr*i ears In -the p. n ntiarjr. Iia* i a rerrat hai . ? Pkttr to the ork World.* iave nrn r <\ir: |. 1 n lain. 1 ever di-n- .< j t- w lth-nit (retting In the a'f .i tia> < r two later. I tievt r tlone :? ma:; dirtj. 1 lever pat a ia.ni in. 1 have haU any fun. 1 have not any re in life. I li.ni- never took to a *how r ilu.in r like pen- ) ead of. 1 hue to ver.11eated ' idy Willi ?lisr? speet. 1 don't I why my jife has lieen *o 'nils* " write* th- i-ns tier, who asks I ome one give ...

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

EST SAYS STATE' I NEEDS NEW LEADER Virginia Must Check Up On I Shortcomings, Lieutenant | Governor Asserts BI ' H., Norfolk. Dm. *0?<?pe?la?>?The AjM? hu com* for HitoMin *wa<i?. t . taiklnc about bar Uod-ci*an adana ce and 4v aoraethlnc The aula of Virginia haa cot to houw and taka account of her ^ Miortcoratnca. than do aomothliic B'""'ut thorn, ?f aha la to laauma a?aln ).-r coMnandlns poaition imoni the ^ Mtataa. V.The rod oral Government baa, cot ? Incroaaa OppropHatiope for r6aUa, *> * tha St Ma of VI retain haa c?t ' inaugurate o? ada^MU highway rrocram If the Stata la not to be furtliM hMilfwinl km idvMMtti?itt ty sister States. Tba State education program lui dot to be carried thrauit, and lllit> oraojr driven froai ttoa ,OB Dominion. Tbaaa art a (aw of the thlnge Lieutanant-QoOVrnor Junlua E. Wast, of Suffolk, to 14 the Monday Club of the 'hatnber of CMaaMrto yesterday. *bta h* sadtpttkiM on the subtest Advertising Ham...

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

IJP^S^55SGE|555B3B3 GfTTEEN REYOiTi WORLD NEWS ottled edrrrttetne rtin 7c I In* atlnc A word* to the lino IIP ?? -laeet(led Me per inchII c!a??ine<j. edrertletnf etrlctly I 10 eilnnca pedal r??n rite* to loaf lera) ad io?r? ?o app.leattoo. a?b in ill accompany oil oat-ol n o-tlrr* iiicla*e!ltc*t!one not. permitted u run or are>* black-fsend type Billed II etirert reatrnti mm reach the ne?? office by > JO p. m. tor Honor ntti tnortlne: Saturday* 5 a id PHONE 31 42. CHRISTMAS UTx T I SUGGESTIONS GIFTS FOR IIKR. ANTILLES What would make a more useful gift lan a nice piece of old-fash-! & loned. furniture? Settees, Sideboards, Tables and Chairs Come la mul ?e,e tiiem. . Brown-Reams Furniture Co. 11? S*irm Ave . E. l*Lonc 4341 -J. ??. ARMSTRONG TABLE STOVE?A *lft for tha h?ht biwifkTprr. JotitxaoaOoodwln EW'-tnc Co.. Sit S. Jcffertoo SI. Phooe tf.'ri. SANDY?Morris or nmoKl in Gift Package* Priced from one to fire dollars. Arnnlte Clasr Co. lTK...

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

-/ '''V I . ' / ?> ' ' : ~ 1 " ~ ~~~ I YOUR.I How You C Your Child Is By ROYAL S. C( Commissioner of He V. H.Stnaior-Elect f, rl886 the** started in America a g the white plague.-which, of courts consumption wo need to call it. In tity, the death rate from tubercnloa tut of erery tan thousand of the p<>pi / Y A*# VAaf hu dMth roUf?e tKm In recorded history, thirteen per tci population. This is one-third of thi f thirty-four years ago. Eight thousand persons'died fr 1921. Under the condiUors of 1806 and would have died. In other words, sixteen Hiousant tnd well today who would have died 1 This Is a wonderful record. Whi today. lack Of food and the houelnr sonditlona. should rshew the ra>i|M of dread consumption. To determine the decree of undernourishment present, the New York Cltjr Health Departmant last rear made a survey of a large number of the public schools. In certnfn quarters, particularly where 'Many poor families dwell, the number...

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

1 I ? I jWKN'TY Bp|~" Business Today Th? Interna) Innal Index of w hoi ft Ml* price* in ftve different countrli M canpu.-d by thr Federal Rfj^r ' K . Hoard. shows that price* on a go PVMIi are higher in the I'nlted Stat I Ud Japan than In England. Fran ^Bfy'-ar Canada The index I* the sari K fOP the t'nit-d State* and Japan, b BRltf 10 0 In itchier. <>n the ham* H7IN for the vrjr !*'13 For Mngtar Lr tk* Index It: 1 Vti ter wan ll>. f K Cinnii It was It . and lor Fran I it>. These figure* do not 'julte w tk:- *>? Xrhoh story. f>T the reason th DPlce levels different , 'junti b K< It 1913. whlth Is r ade the point Be, '' <1 apartUre were 11..t Identical. 1 ft Mntwha! high' r in this country M 1113 than In W. stern Europe tl g.fPIMtlt spread let ween the Intltfi S,- of the I'niti I S'a'.es n the one liar r . and of Engl..- I at d France on tl other would I - .. tually some w in Ks premier than the r...

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

iPIPMP Market and F: ise in hs i :eams mm il Shared Lead in Adamses, But Moat 'All iadnatrials Profit Later. My Hurt P. W??l. ty Hpeclal Ueaaud Wire to the Honnolo world-Newa.) w*i| 8trc?t, New York. J>?c. Jl.-? P* rations for the Tlae bold tbr up '>d on today'* stock u>arh"t. * It waa the mom narrow jlrofHaton. peculation that haa bed? R'ltm ? for a tortnlaht or more., but the ?l? point waa that professional ef>ru to advance price* encountered ? formidable amount of .real m'UImk. i thla I hero waa further WaUniony, fen If only of a n?*?tlve aort. of the nfldence with which Jioldera of the ?re representative Industrial stock a <1 recording tbo outlook. There was very little In the way ' nawa to Influence tbo various price ovements. Oil abaroa wore the tdera of the market, hut not beitiM of any developMooto in the oil <le Itaelf. The heat opinion Ik ll.ut lo statistical position has so impVov! that higher price* for bo...

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

Ptwevtt-two i PRIDE IS CAUSE OF MOVE TO KEEP CHARTER pR*-v Villagers Move to Keep Cor- j K porate Existence When On , the Verge of Giving Up to Avoid Taxation. I ip Je Wooster. Ohio. Pec. 21.? (By Internationa! .V?i Service.)?When, a man Is so pick that hla undertaker friend slicks around close to the telephone. mid the lemetery sexton hies towards the grindstone with hla favorite digging iron, and then somebody starts a report that he's dead ? that man. according to a well-known ft nrniarl. . In .nr. In ra^nv.r I and. like Mark Twain, brand the report of h.s dtaih as lerjr much exaggerated. But does the same hold true for villages ? Here's the rase of Mount Eaton, clinging to a hilltop m southcastem Wayne County, fourteen miles southeast of Wooater and almost on a line midway between Canton and Mlllersburg It was platted as lomr ago as 1813 by Wlillam Vaughn and James Galbreath. Elijah Carr erected the first building. r-amuel Shull kept the first tavern and the Kev. Archibald liann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

5= CljclRoanoke lUodi-Xeitis VOL. 40-No. ISO. 22 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE. VIRGINIA, F R IDAl^A F T K R N o O N . DECEMBER 22. 1922 ' PB1CB T B B B B C B N T 8 ' I MIXED BODY MAY TAKE UP REPARATIONS Plan For American Commis' sion Considered Least Practical of Any of Four Plans Said to Have Been Under Discussion-?French Form Main Stumbling Block Is III?. ftl rcnwipni view?NOining Definite Done. Bjr CBOI|> R. Holmes. Washington. Doe. 12.?(By the International News Service.)?The Informal discussions now going on In Washington. London. Paris and ? 3$fcrHa over Bndtxig an acceptable solution to the German reparations tangle?described by the State Department as "the crux of tho whole European situation" -? revolve around not one. but four, distinct) "plans" for ironing out the trouI hie that has beset Europe since the signing of the peace treaty. Thns far. it was Uirn?i ly today, thi discussions hare centorad on no one phase of the prob* lea, but all .have received eomlderatloa In f...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

i i tmSmZmmm [I Bung on not, t gets reprieve ^ Imced to Die For Murder, rpovth Carolina Prisoner I Goes Into Stupor IjtutuiuI.Ta. K r, T- :;.? illy The |Rf**Cl*te<] 1 m l i.tiik ,\! jB^'orSa prepari ! t .ircli to the Twuno In i h?? S iuili Carolina to j?u> tin penalty tor Jtldpatliiii in . 'inic of In* WHnen. partner. .1* C Arnrtte, Ira ^^^HMson, of Artoday lav hiwW?l lierc reprieved In li.n.rrior llur> .viu ma ?rturiuf Mayru i?y mo yrts. The never i r 1.11 . >i.*t? rduv. f|. the eve ?>f the date <>rik itially ect H the death of both llarrieou and ^^^ hfda. tenanted Harrlaon reprieve BKI1 February 1? tn ord> r- that the pprime court might hu\e Iitno t<> |ia?s Wl queatlon.* brought i.It ! y Burriaon's uttorni.s and sti'l nut jy> to vend huti baik to the Circuit art hero for re-t.et.ti >. M*arrl?.in har proved one of the Wat Intt r.< ting prit&...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

T III I^IM? ii-T?'-' "a I FORMER NTOl PLANS TO BUY * ANOTHER R. R. i * 9. P. Van Swerinf en's Pro- *j posed 0. * 0. Deal Recalls '?'> Many Achievements Since WO He Peddled Papers. * UUi. CAS Cleveland, Dee. ft?The nimt O. m* *. Van Kwerlngen Is again In the vie Irr.elfght. Newspapers, railroad fl- ma aficlera and other business men are 1 iscusalng fha deal pending whereby wo he Vaa Hwerlngen Interests will a<v am ulry control of the Chesapeake a Ihlo itallroad and add It to their are .12* miles of railway .,btHl.,..<i *lv inrouca tuirm 01 U* n?w lork. nri Chicago nnd M. Loul* (Nickel Plate), pla Toledo. Bt. Louis and WHUrn (Cloy. ' ao )f Leaf) aa?l tha Lake Krle and West- In ?m railroads. yo1 Prior to 1111. when O. p. van wl tosringen and hi* brother. Mantle . > f. bought the Nickel Plate road for wi IHOO.OOO. the present peer of rail- ad' toad financiers was only slightly sq? known and as he claims today. "la of Fa! but little known.- ' l...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

w mm on ii I1errin triai f&'" ? tunsel Sticks to Theory c Alibi?Adjournment Schec Ufed For Tomorrow Unt After New Year. llairlOB, II!.. Die. 22.? <By Th IMrW'l.lf 1 TKn i II trial of flr.* men charged wit irder in connection with the Hei k riota In?t June was ready tc JT -to begin introducing Its testl ny which it wae announced wouli designed to "prove an alibi fo sh of the accused men. Each o i several hundred witnesses sum >ned were 1st court, but it wa Jblematlcal as to how many o fse would be called to the wit la stand before court adjourm norrow evening over the holi he State rested its rase yeelerdaj 1 adjoumnxnt was taken to per' the defense to gather its wit tea. ? W. Kerr, counsel for the defense a statement yesterday *?t<k h< lid seek to prove that the uccused l could have no part in the killk" Tie asserted the defense Woulti ( to Itppeneh testimony given h> era! States jrltnernn that they seen the?defendan...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

' d 10 HIP HUGE v Fi RADIO STATION : IN SHANGHAI n ?un i <> 1 ^ opt " pop imerican Company Will Con- ??? trol Country's Wireless UntQ Government Can . njrr Take It Over. ?r In ? ^ \U? T*ll Shanghai. Dec. M.?Tha contrud- In* Hon of blgb-powsrsl radio stations C o> China at a ooat of fll.tM.IH, which fur *111 tour* for tho first time com* mo , Pleta American control of wlreleaa m?i communication In tho great trade B*? centers of China, will be begun 1m- rlti mediately, ? for Tho largest, moat efficient and W most completely equipped wtgeles* SN < tatlon In the* world wilt be erected _ In Hhanghat under the personal dl- ,c rection of R. P. Schwerln, president ?f the Federal Telegraph Company bitl ?f Delaware and of California, who, with expert United States engineers. "ho has arrived In Shanghai.' The work ~~ will be begun thle month and. given normal conditions, tho hugs plant will be la operation In another 17 or IS month*. Astonishing S*ur...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

[pt Roanoke World-News Ri - huMUM IW g _ _ ROANOKB. VA. k' RMhM Km 0>>/ Bxcept Itadv P' ? TOlKS WOmU) CORPORATION, t MHmm ButkUnf. Roanoke. Te. ??. MMBCBN. editor. Ii"^ ? He?8?f? oX wrtM Beentfrr PabUehera' Aieodatloi I HllMn Vteipipv PubtBhwt1 AMucuam r-* n> audited Ptew Bureau ?1 Circulation iamlitSl Prate U cxcludTcl/ eoI BpM to Um nee tor republic*Hoc ol ell I Kfitf* tUapaU'bc* credited to It or oot otherI MjBve ? edited to thle paper and aleo the looel hiwi pRAUehed hereto. I PORK I ON KKl-RKSENXAflVB I * Bet?, loc. New tart end CM care ?? ou.^1111. at MHWMi VMVtBMl I By? ? ftrcoad Claa* Mail Matter. 1^ 1 ~~ K 1ft emu ikt week payable to carrier. I 97-90 per year payable at Ikt office. ^EL.' UV MAIL I HWfc. ? year ?3 00 I Daily. ?? mooth* a . Daily, ihne sooth* tl.ftv BWpPy. Maa mooth .,....t0.30 TELEPHONES Bar Duriuy U>e Day | An Carta 3143 L * At Mlfht ft "30 p. M. to B:30 A. M. t- bweMaaa Oftlo# 3142 Papartm-nt 3144 r*TI ?'? and *U...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

' 2% Km (Published b "^WUUJA* psajuca. n "Wrn I ,' ,1 I.I 1 i ? '? .! ? Joint Meeting Lit. Societies b Big Success (By 5TX ? "M. W. I*. 8. and J. L. 8. Enjoy Joint Cbrlatmaa program ?P?c. On Earth Ooodwlll Toward Men." and Do Unto Othara Aa You'd Have Them Do Unto You" was the prevailing Chrlatm*a at the joint rumIni of tha Martha Washington Literary Society and Jefferaonlan Society yesterday afternoon. The attendance was wonderful and everyone juat loaded down with pep and a wonderful Christmas Spirit, which combined wtlh tha eacellent program rendered, produced the heat meeting of the year, indeed It was par excelit net. Kred Hobaek ef tha J. U ft. thrilled the whole audience to atart with by hie "Inspiring talk on the "Spirit of t'lirlatmaa." He commented upon the diCerenl "thrills" In one's life, but he says "the thrill that cornea at Xn-.aa time, when yen think of holly. - mistletoe?but above all our Saviour. Ie a thrill that aannot t>* put into words, and a thrill w...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

I I Bwbt HNT TO HIS DEAT Kmthoiit TfiFimn ? w w I IllilVIV Mfcath Carolinian Executed i I Bis Convicted Colleague | r- Lives On Respite. ^MPaluinbia. s. c . X"?er. is?<By T I^Morltteil I'rees'.? Frank M. J< Jforda < ;. j; ih? Sou MBrodttra sti r-e today t % murder last May of J C. Arnetl Ha business porui'-r The curre PM turned on at lc JO o'clock. I MlprOliouiieed dead at 11:14. Jeffords apparently was tlia calti IW person In the place aa he want 1 Its death. When Captain Roberta ( tie prison guard i. 1 'h edeath w? ant ?o him. Jeffords stood with h Mhdp balnd 1m. his <nly r< oue?t bi K that hia personal l?l,.rglnga 1 leant on " JSnter K the deaih chamber wit I firm etep he greeted the wit nes < rlth a calm "good morning gentlr en." He then eat down In the chu Irlthatit assistance no,I was strappe Pv e> Seated In is. ? ? Ely thin* 1 want to nay 1* may nil t fCand outside an mmple I NW>J I have m...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

||h Last-Minute I IiSfM Bfw?y of thoughtful clHfiBfl anticipate everyday i km MM your Christmas Gif I Ivllirrll suggestions multiply lit I G1VB 111 I Colgate'* Rapid-Shaw Co I III I Ribbon Dental Cream . J _ LM[ 11 ijUc Imperial Toilet W?< Alt 111 give WlH l/ll FloeiencTak . . ? A\\l? If/1 Florient Perfume . . . WV'H'.'/I Floclent Face Powder . 1 Cathmete Bouquet Toilet ? G4?h?nOT^Bouqu?So^( . J ? 1%| M^aga(VKiI^d^)Cne \ ** ^OMT ^ mm coco Wjl\ H Q^u That A COST OF LIVING IS 3 TAKING HUQ?_LEAP&ob tests Or#? riftr Fmt Oat lllgktr dt TkM la 1MB. ??rt - th *?T? ( r n* dtnt???w Pnu) Ml Ni? Tork. Dae. SI?The coat of living tmoDt war a earners' families , la tka United ktataa on November IS. Ittl, ?u SI.4 par cant, hlgber than* la July, lilt, according to tha *esu1ta of an Investigation of con-, tc HtlOM throughout the country, aa- h< > aounced tonight by the National In- ai daatrlal Conference Board. There a was an Increase of l.S points or eig...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

it social ani I I MSB. J. W. SH I Si Offset Honrs: 9 to 10 A. M PI I THK UtVK. Mm* 1* not playt<|, Just by tnowledge; ! tun* Is not merely your kill: B.ln gain" ha* a way that compel* . you to play tut til* heart ttu u ((,? aim of vour Br WflL M H* Mm* la not played by mere ??-rLp- t*chnlque ; T?? gamu is not sololv your luck; 'He game counts upon your clean ' . *rlrlt. HPrV* more than the aoal-post to I ' buck. Same is nut placed lest you folI " lew *!* rule* that are hlicher than these I They hava written in pamphlets to guide you? To* must pray, and get down on your kntei! ?B. it B Week-Cat at Country Club. The regular week-end tanre at r K'Vo* Country Club will take place toKflftrrow night, and as this trill be RSh Christmas dance a very large attendance Is expected. MkitT visitors are In the city and K. tho >'<uwg men and girls who are oft St school are at home for the holl 'lays and many of them trill attend this dance. I Gnests for Purr. B Mis...

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