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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 September 1922

-r.. ? Market and F | | N.Y. Stock Lbt~ MiailMf fMnkM By Hmmm A MCIUM K*. XI tiwit W. S:U 1 Op?n. I*, f. ^ Allied Cham. Sc Dye ... >4% Am Beet 8ugar 4?H 4>t4 Am Can lit ??H Am Car atul Fdrv ... i?7'V 1?7* Am Hide * U pfd Am later. Corp 1(14 1(4 Am l>ocoinollve 111V* lZXH Am United IS ISH Am 8. A Redoing ... M?4 ?S A? Sunaslra' Tob.' *** * J7* *6% iS lit lift ' & ,g# AjfoSi.^W4?:::? 'ii* "I /' .J*- Hteel 'B 73 u jiu [ Calif. PetroUom 64 64% Canadian Pacific ..... 147% iak ? Sl!,1'rfl' Leather 46% 49% Chandler Motor* 61%' 61% ^5?Hp.?ak* *- ohl? " 76% -76% Chile i opprr 13% Chlcaao. Mil. & 8t.' K 33% 33% L Chicago, R, x, St Pac. 44 41' ? ' Calwtnbla 1'raph. Coca, Cola ? . nu ?ua/ eo^Pr* t0*' * ElV. 104% 169% Corn Product* 117 * 116% Consolidated Uaa 141% 144 Crucible steal ?cu >7% I Coadan OU .......... 47% 49% Tuba Cane Ruaar .... 14*4% 14% J>a*laon Cha w feat ,,i. 11 44% Kndtoott-Johnson .... >7...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 September 1922

IT ~ rorRTK^y IRINK'E URGES | BETTER ROADS Governor Declares That Younc Folks Of Country Tire Of Living In The Mud ||; * J - TSattrry Park. V?? Sept (.?Most o Ifaie of Wriit! t County utovd beneatl the tieo* at Hattery Pnrk. within ? tone's throw of the old Cobb home Where the t r?t Simthfleld ham wat imoki <1. an t applauded Governed Tr1nk> k> he made a stirring appeal 'or n >.*! roads In all parti or the State as uti aid to the Industrir 1 dfvcli'i mi i t of Virginia. The oroash-n wis Isle of Wrlaht'i Victory I?ay. the ond annual threeIn -one re inioti of Confederate, SpanIfh-.tmrrKan. and World War veterans After the Governor had spoken, n real feast < t < hi ken. fried as nnlv , 1*1* of Wrijrht women know how tn ' cook it. 4*"mithfham and great i heap* -?f o;htr rielicac.cs. was spttud f beneath tie huge ancient elm* In front r.f the Cobb home It was a Krt.it tlav for the folk ? .of the. court v. .and they applaud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

5SS fjje foaiiokf ^ afld-^cro*. sfe; I VOL. 40.?No. 60. 18 PAOES TODAY ROANOKE. VA.. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. 8EPTE i? B E R 8., 192 2. p n m k t n o v m n u m + a I CHICAGO REF > TOCDNFIRM ; EARLY Ell I ?? NO CESSAflON ? -; Of SETTLEMENT TAIK \ Willard Remains In Illinois City ? Second Visit In Week?Known to Have : Conferred With Many individual Executives of West- ! ern Roads?Labor Oftt- 1 cials Voluntarily Reduce I Salaries. > ~ Chicago, Sept. H.?(By The As* souatert?I'reM.J?meeting oT several Western railway executives with Daniel WI Hard, president of the Baltimore and Ohio Kallroad, was expected to be held here this afternoon. No fortrfhl announce* ; meat of the meeting was made, although It was understood the-question or reaching separate agreements with (J>e striking railroad shop crafts would be ronsidcrrd. B. M. Jewell, head of the Federated Kltop Crafts; William H. John- , Mton, president of the International Association of Machinists, and Mar- 1...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

' I k |zz? i iimnsIamT i committees to . f serve new synod Bfr , ^ N v Much'Bus:ness Transacted By Delegates?Statistics Are Given The appointment of standing and regular committees and a meeting and adjourntnent of several Synods marked the activities- during the second day of the Lutheran Synod Formation Contention that is being* ; , held in St. Marks Lutheran Church of t h4r city. When the convention reconvened ?yeaterday fiTrrrning at 9:30 A. M., the Synod of Virginia met. and aft#.r rom rili't f nr rnnflnn hutinnsa wa< formally closed by the Hev. J, J tfhor.r, Jr. !>. D., president. A so the Synod uX Southwest Virginia nut and completed routine Jmim-m-sr arrd was formally closed by the Rev K. 11. Copenhaver, president. . . llnRnr Ili'crRieil llrtubrr A f T77 "T^ 7t v.-rrrrday, the two S. . i> p.. .-.<1 in-thelf <lclll>ci atloirft and I.lult t III a memorial service tor Pr Churl-* 1. Riowti. who died In Air: .a Hi'...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

ifpppiw A / - i HOME OF JESSE JAMES FULLING INTO DISREPUTE i Ho Longer Mecca For Touriats Who Purchase Souvenirs of Doubtful Worth. [ St. Joseph. Mo.. Sept. I.?<Bjr International K?wi Service.)?Feme is fickle even to a bandit. Nor does the fact that he may have risen to the blithest pinnacle In banditry's Hall of Kama save him from inevitable oblivion In popular interI est. At least no historical aoolety has. yet come forward to save the house, now rapidly falling Into ruins. In which Jesse James, king of- "bad men." met death at the hands of his betrayer. Bob Ford, on Afirll S. I 1H>. . For years the old house at No. llll Lafayette street was annually visited hy.hundreds of curious visitors, who stood with eye's and mouth open In wonder as the eloquent caretaker pointed to the hole In the east wall I whir* ??- K..H-. ? ? livn ronji |on Imbedded Itself alter snuffing out the life of tlie notorious outlaw; Oaee I'olat of laterest. There was a time, and It haa no...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

I FOUR " W\ SOCIAL ANE MRS. J. W. SHJ Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. PI Ilr *irt?ns g* ?tf - J;k ' . M'. art t 'fro l? play. t > dream. ! >1: . ' t . ,W? hjm im J ? rk tol do. inul load* ' *' . Flinii i the trjjfKie fa--* It?It's t? 1 - *:M. Tte M : ' * * !i"l ' da; 3 are oil; who's to I.::i r? ? ' ?A . f.-M tic hands, and aniulcacc? . h Mi .?me:i . Flat'd a. . tvjt and bravely In tied ? r.umc : [ ? ltf sir 'r t' Jt matter* i < t I'O* deep entrenched t In w rcti* . )l"f ha I tic Roes. the day* li')? l>!lR y a. it not, fisht on. Tomorrow cpmes the !!({. ? MAUTHIK P BABCOCK. I\ -P. I>nnr? at (irny liable* v m <! > 1 Ik>itf\)l private ( dance w?? tj'un larl night at Gray Gables. It? ' kIi '?ourt. complimentary to>1.'Vligintw Shafer. t>y hor. mother. .Mir f: *1. 1j. Shafer. Mies Jthj?fer lr.ive* U-.i> month for I'eabody Con* e* 'talufy <T Music lu. lluitlniorc...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

'. ? : FOKMER DEACONS : DISCUSS ACTION . Richmond. Hopt. T.?The eighteen depotcS deacon* of Calvary liapttat Church will not contaat the action of the congregation which on Bun lay voted to dlechargo them and elect a new board aa a reault of the oontroverey which hae centered, around the naator. the Rev. Carter I Aahton Jenkhia. Dracena Held Meeting. The deacons, or ex-deacons, aa tbajr designated themselves, held a meet In* last nl*ht ft the church and heard statements from a number of the members of the congregation on tha condition of afTalrs In the church and It was Intimated after the meetIn* that there was a sentiment on the part of some members to prefer formal charges saalnst tha pastor. Just i what the nature of .these eharses t were would not be divulged. Asked for a statement. W. J; Chrisflan, former chairman 'of the hoard of deacons, said: "Tha deacons, after carefully eonsldertn* the situation, feel that tbey I are constitutionally within tbelr i rlahts to contest the a...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

rT~WP V' " ' I mf Fsix II The Roanoke World-News "* KalahUahcd 18*0 Rr kuanokk. v+ |UL rubub ' trtrt f> 17 Sunday ?BY? K riM?- I I III'OKATION. fiu.< RmMIH. Koaooka. V*. F. jr> 1 - 1 m?hurnx. j&dttor. ft" " Mtmb?T? of ' m f'ubllahrra' Aaaoclatlot J* VOUlbrrr ' f ubllahera' AaooClAtiai } *** llii A'yoclatof 1'rrea 3f* A -i I t I'-ina of Circulation ' t'r>te I* exetuaively ec flt.i : 1 > I r republication of tal m* nrw u.?i)' '* cr*.;?rd 10 tt or do V* D/C other* it* f< 'st>o in fht? paper and alai the 1.. im. . iKirltrd fx-rela -? *" 1 ;i ; . s Ktl KKSESTATIVK rralvk A u. 1- . New York and Ofctcaei .'I I 01 at K?aookr. Vlrfima ? ' 'k , a? Sf-oti'l t-Iaaa Mal.l Matter t - Kvi':;f is ao'vancb j.. are* parable to carrier. ? t r t'tr tityeb1* at tha office. BY MAIL I.,;', .. -ir in ' . *3 W f a; >. ? v ' ' ''a . ..9-..V " T'a. T > b r. c voMhl tl.Bt l a. >. " muniM 90...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

TAX ASSESSMENT = JWER1S YEAR Lynchburg Will Give $100,000 Less To The State Of VlN ginia This Twelve-Month Lynchburg. Sept. T.?The Btate of Virginia. according to the uMMomt Juat completed for Lynchburg will recelva somethingvIlk* fioo.ooo le?e in Uiti here than wu levied leet year, the total taxea In the hew aaeeasment being (tS7.lld.SI ae compared with MM,771.SO for lttl. The loaaes accruing to the 8|IU 11 are found In the income tax itenff. P where the aaaeaement thia year ie tl li,MI,7li, aa compared with 111.715.- J> 570 in 1020. The loaaTln actual In- t <omee reported and Changea In the a: exemption account for about 1*0,000 T > of thla ahrlnkage and the loae of Ht>#Ut Si.600 000 ftf tAflr r%t SK* funct jobber's Overall Company la 1o?mi to shareholder* and shrink?? in capital Invested account of practically all of tba raat of tha shrinkage. I . . Soma of tba Items for thla Tsar's assessment are: Land. i2i.21C.421i personal property. ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

Ill [ Bl(.1 SFtbcbbT" Fair toel soon Commanding Officer At Lang- j :' Icy Field Predicts Transit Continental flights ! J' ENDING FIELDS O:; MY | Traffic Will Be As Safe As J Biding Ir. An AutomotiiFe I Wh#?n Plar c Arrt PnmnlAt A W* MVM *MMW ??. v v VUi^/lV ft> c News. Sept. T.?Colonel nforth. commanding officer of nglty I'leld. s.ij > that Lieutenant ollttle'a one-stop tr.ms-contlnentt llljtht tfaa proved that ths airar:? Is capable of lone Journeys at sustained spec J of more than 100 ;lles an hour, at: I Hint air travel om roast c. n-: n M||f i>v ade n* s.ile n* I v ji :t mobile, i Well-ma- k< d l^n-hnc Hilda at lataxiee* of from :i to to miles part. a.I that la needed at this out to rr.ake ro;i -1 to roast air ?>'?! - -m' ?;i":?r, the clone! Hand Colonel I'anfortli says the army s mapping out landing fields I ferns the country, and that 1t la <lly a matter "f time when these at tor i will r. aily for use and -111 ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

BISHOP IS NATIVE OF NELSON COUNTY Spent His Early Boyhood Day? In* Lynchburg Where His Mother Taught. School. Lynchburg. Sept., 7,??Bis top William Cabell Brown, who yeaterday ?u chosvi) chairman of the house at bishops of the triennial convenlluii of toe Kplscopal church at l'ortland. Ore., is a native of Nelson I County, but ho spent his ear)y boybooo days here, coming here with his late parents, llobert U And Margaret Cabell Brown, from Nelson County early during the Civil War an', the family lived at Twelfth and Court Mlreeta, where the mother i taught a -Maritime school until IMS, k when the family returned to Nelaon County.. uiwnn n?n ruuitira mi in? ?W >for?-ab?J hi gh school In Nelson County. After that he taught school In ttolson County and later studied i low ?t the .University of Virginia i wtillle a student at the Kplscopul High School, following which J?? entered the Virginia Theological Seminary near Alexandria. Bishop Brown nerved o? a mission* ary 111 llfH...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

pPURE I The Home Kitchen Ha 1 Dr \NM-~in: \oi >c; noiiion < Ihr Authority on llomc t'ooklny C IIKIM Mtl III ! IIT* H. a _ i OK somk ni i ii iin t rn hl l> AMI HEUIHKS H: " 11. ! i-n pl.kb* and rollnhea I * nr j\> .. treat if they are well H ^ ~ 'ti? . ..J t>; perl.v stored for winB* 3n ? tor :i uttieU bottle* with H m t cl.t . rk> ate ? xccllcnt to une for I . - - o .1 ?o-?l| preserve Jara for I J* lh' i . " it rannct be stored In H __ A I t" tiled stuff must be ~ . r is Inexpensive if m _ ,? , ? i.eti garden to draw m u; .r. \*i i ant cntmidrnitlnii :b m - ( h v- -,v. r-.-m available. liolh J "" pi. K ? v .< I r-li-ftes must be kept In X 1 it I-.:.. ? ! ? cool but nyt freeiftv ? ir It enough to see that ? t h . l ? t. I condition. Wood. best to Mir ull cooked ith. and bottles or j .r.t .-V .'! 1 filled over a common J tr.iv,.-i . ?" ! .and sploetl stuff) stain ?? i. - - .:vI :)i or flue table4? - r j.s I -...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

^ , PURE | HOME MAKING i I HELPS ; j -Etrrrtklw AkMI the Hnn \ | llcly* ? Make tkc H *?*' j i Bjr Wanda Barton ! 1 i irrTLK THIXOI THAT MARK A ' li'ccaiirtl, HOITKSH , There tr? many women with aoclal j ambition* who long to ha known ? ] iucc**aful he*tea?re. but who tor ( lomi reaeoa rarer achlere their anal, . Three penoar may have elaborate , ......... uraii well ana serve every luxury at their tables, yet the fact f mains that their acquaintance* ! rarely grow Into friends, and their [ Hospitality la unsought. A few pblnta ' regarding their la^k of success might possibly be gnweloome Information ] lo them, but beginners who will, may \ ? rroftt by the mistakes of theso per- 1 onjT and its?rut ceed?where ethers _ have failed. > * It' la the hospitable heart that makes tha cherry welcome ring true. The peraonel note abowfl la every thought for the guest's comfort warms the visitor's heart, and little attentions paid to gpecpal fancies make a hit. One woman who owned r- ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

I ?" TWELVE IIuuiIet opens [AT NEWARK; MANY [g STARS ARE PRESENT 2a Eaddock Conspicuous Among fw Absentees?Program Concludes Monday With ? ? W ' Relay Events. i II v l>m I* J. \\ aUh (4 [' a!. >' N< ? * Sports Kdit,or). F 8 Nf?ari. N J Sept. *?Fifteen of *" th? r'ri'irr-1 I'tlf holders are on hand mm t4, defrin! tlbir honor* In the annual J et-.amj'innshif Karne > ?.f the Amateur ' Athletic l"t.i-'n. which open today m *lth th> : "f event* at Weequahlc Para, tv h?ro the meet was held In ? The <>r championships will j be dec.if<i t iro rt? vv. with four teams 5 f# v i r 1 ~ win- -.ami i v. !|fa tork A thV riln.'ls A. C\. of ChlJ* one:'the I'liii-asn \ A ; the Me*dr"v' "I'lh J'hiludelphla. and m tjie i ? At k? ; ? A. f. defending ? ' Wimi* * * TP.* irrar; will !>#? fonrtudctf on J? ?Hor..Uv w V t V * liohlfng of the allX *'0'-* il ?* ?! rt lay championships. p Parfriork Not Prrarnt* -? m...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

y , YOUTH SUPREMEIN . AMATEUR GOLFING Semi-Pint]* of Tournament Unique Jn Point of Afe? Jones Meets Sweeti ser Today. v rair?urtOopy right, i?IZ, by Roanoke World i Now*.) Brook I In# Country Club, Brookllne. Sept. I.?This ! the golden ago of youth. Th? contestant* In tne emi-flnala bf ths .National Amateur Qolf Tournament, played today, were llobby Jones, 21, Jess* Uweeiser. i about tha same age. Muddy Kneppcr,, v the tad who has placed Iowa City on I the golt map, and Chick Evans, ths wni almost a veteran at. II. Never before haa a tournament SP prnachad its Anal'stags with ao mesh young blood at the front. Theee I kids. whose proweaa is the admiration of the Khgllah vlaitora aa well aa everyone else. are taking their golf eerloualy and are playing the game foi ail It Is worth., " . JCven the players who went down to defeat Thursday were all young^ Mera^ Frank Oodrhaug. ^defeated by Jones, Oulltord. the national champion. who fell 4 victim to Sweet er'a superior skill, and Cyril T...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

^ \ V'7T | rOUHTKK.v pWES AND" b1 1 THE WORLD NEWS ?- tirer'atnfc ratca ?f a lloe [?. CW'iut '* fl * r-'? to tb# jtn*. P AT - j??lLrd Ms t*r tnch. A! c ' ?-!?'rV'?tn? strictly cam :n 5:w.j' .?*ti r<r'? to Ipng-trrtD adfrr;># *** in api'li Alios fu> m ?t *."ompany all out of- , tn* n V ? *.'. not permitted. S' ' or .VHT t la>"ft-fa-sod tjpt pirll' 11 s A'! a :?rm?roif.t? tnu*t roach tha bu*i"if?* or ? ! r * SO p m. for | ' puh'i-?*i%i i'tt raoruin*; Saturday* V > ; m I riioNE sit;. s s . ,\ IH'M <iMT >.?>?; TODAY The more sales you expose yourself to, the more -.t 1 eis >ou -o.ill make. Theopportunity is open to you <wv day In the year. J . hrx the ' FOR SALE ADS" | i v AUTOMOBILES' I.AKA'.S P-'K RENT?375 Mountain Ave.. \\ 1 none - TrtJ 347 1' R h\:> -Ci? i tl-pswenrrr i-?r, in rood vod.t. in. ?t a 711 W Salem >t- pn-ote - ?mae loll Hi HANoK?six-iimitrr ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

1 ' ' 1VERNMENT GIVES ID TO ERADICATE [IFROMCAITIE tfresa Reported In Killing ftt (terms From Ranges of * Manr Oonnties. Ii f -. Wellington. Sept. t.?(tlr Interonal New* Hervtce.l ? Kfforta <rt y Stritce to trtdlciU tuberculosa inff rpttlc hn gained euch head* that'official* of tho Department grtculturc regard the end of the , ifalnit tha'gre# cattle plague practical possibility, tfanv count lest are now raising r* amount* of money for this pur u? aepartsient liai<?. "and tht n counties hav? set-an t-xumpli stimulates others to follow rfaa.lve ronuiiufaUii -? ?ara begin [ to raallse that tbry cannot h?M egad bards and expect to coas{ with farmers and breeders la Inilea that are entitled to stiverI that all of their cuttls ate frt? tuberculosis." . /cording to rtcnrdt of Uie depart It. a dossil states .now have out wars Maxnlli1 a In wlihtiaU lit tlU ia bava been tested -one or msri M> > Draw? Tabes leaf, rcgon now haa aevoit eountle# lr cl...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

f""" : SIXTEEN ' PROPOSES PUN l FINANCEJARMEK Utah Senator Would Placi War Finance Corporation Asset* in Farm Loan Fund. Sept. 8.?(By the In t -a" .Netvs Service)?A irov < of 850P.0S0,00? woull . - t *? 1 ir.to the na-tion'a flnancla to save American farmen I speculator* and Kralr e,n.' -> under a plat) sponsored It r > n.ite today by Senator Kins J ,'rr > r.,\ i t I'tah. I In; proposed to transfer all as>.-i . f tl.e "War Finance CorporaT.-~ . ? completing Its post-arm j- tii-: v to the Federal Farm Loan J. ? I f.-r i;se In estendlnir essential i l :.-ok tnm credits to fnrmers ot . : t?!e rn?ors A bill he Introduced M.i- tuf' the Senate Finance Comi "... for consideration. K ic c.e. l.irrtl his plan would ell i : ,- f /?., ,1 a ttot ti 1 f r ? w li /? dlitnln > ?-1- i?i? - "".is- riQPM at cheap .it ha r\. * tmarkets.If hi* ? .el-ptcl. he rontended; farinv uM be sa\c?t tlje necessity of Kir.g tlulr crop* at harvest pr...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

Market and Fi 1 PROFITS TAKEN | WITHOUT EFFECT i Realising Gsrs fully Conducted and Did Mot Upset equilibrium of Market?Exchange Obstinate. ~~~~ / ! r Maart H. W**t (Spylil l<rurd Wire to The Roanoke World-News* Well Street. New York. Shpt. ?.-* ' Jtetea on Kuropean exchaiw* etIU i displayed today the same obstinacy In yielding to the obtdously better news regarding reparations 'that they had on prevlnu* dare, hut vafY . little' lihppened In the Bnanc.lul mar- . keta outside the stock eiekaate. . Both franca and mark* went lower. I Immediate fluctuation In the market " (or continental exchange have cased to ha an accurate uulda to international banking opinion. They are controlled texe by (he promise of relief through the payment of Oerroan i Indemnity In goude. than Ity tha PR! p pressing Inflnenca of eoBtleSid nation In the paper currencies The Increase of nearly a billion franca luring the laet two weeks In French J?'* 1* ila cklaf explanation why French exchange haa n...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 September 1922

^jr? - T" btoBTKKX ; sleepy village ~ i is touched with life by movies' Director Discovers Settlement With Telephones and the Inhabitants Have Never Seen a Railroad Train. 5 r: ' . I >?iDy The !' ..iih t<\ h Kit* p V?> v. r. - u v* i.rnmff from t . i . err ? l.ik? t: . -t ' ? "on yonder ' ' - ? hn were _ - ' ! > t-ho loi/vKin*- ~ inn I ' '".rli: T f M.i-ltre In his An'!. " ' rt-nl'i-.l mhabl-atil* ' ' - > ?- Vf.ie vIlIaRe on .Me . >: . : I;a\? been J i .0' ' ' j i v the |" !i of a " " ; * ~ " 7 Hundred \ rjir*. . < -. .intoniohllca. ' ft,r. - : .. ri? t-.?iivcn. .. : 1 ? n In ltd ?'! - pi J v.. - r : a hui.Jiid year*. * tli " ' a Tds> WiirtttT until j, f. ,, . ? nl.i II it ii n i "die- S. 'n ?i .1 1- -ii i'.ti i- r , n h.i-I ' h<" I-\' ti ' ' c .Hi ok r to fame <1 ? h . - . > : iu a Blooming- 1J i | \ r .<*<! ! -"kir.ir iitmut for ? II ' liH....

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