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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

; "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" | -J . . ^ O WEATHER FORECAST I ; /, ^t]J^ tttf lVj? j?XX)g I VOfr. 40.?No. 61. 14 PAQE8 TODAY ^ KOANOKE, VA? SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 9, 1 9 2 2. ^ PE1CB T B BEE CENT8 ' | JEWELL ACR HIS DEPART1 -WJ ?IM PARTY 10 1 VAQAT1HG PEHON Cuyfcr , Denies There Has Been Any Change of Heart By Executives ? Chicago Meetings Not To Be So Considered?Leaders Generally Secretive Over Chicago .' Developments. ?.Warfield Going West. Chicago, Sept. I.?(By The Asaeclatcd Preea.)?a motion to reflate the Government's temporary restraining order against the shopcrafts' anion, so far as It applies to H. II. Jvwell, ht^d of the Railway Employees Department of the American V (deration of l<abor, and John Scott, secretary, was filed In I nlted states District Conrt here today. The action was began by Attorney Donald 9- Richberg, on behalf of the Railway .Employees Department, and was based on three general allegations: Thjut the Government bad failed to make a case; that...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

jfrl'TWO COUNCIL CALLS L FOR STATEMENTS Chairman of School Board 4 Brings Up Question Of !1 * Difference With Old Council \'t - I: P. J*. ol>*. cert ifk'd tcn.tiM.iM ..I iv.ttlr i ,ii catfniale of It*, iv . ! : tit* boo** of the city tin/1 ' ? h 1 oo.ird. lite city , ,r . t.-IMtljiv aaKvJ that' t*|?y ffk T . ' . .1 Clet'k I'UKr, the Tf* ?r r t i.-'t-i..; work up i ft* lh*y would l>? ?jt ^'.i t -? earl, 'i.ijy. lite tr- -iior ot the i>aymrnt "by ' e . f i';. audit of the School hoards a- tu.-el by Councilman r'. x. O . * informed that thla wis t'.e ?" ct pr... edure, Mr. Kox . ?.ii t U..I t t~i.it e (he only w*y_ w. I a (. t It v.- ought to have lt.f^~ ? ?n 1 ii .ilt mnn of tfr*) I'll ? w.c* ]'! **hi at the meetti - J < short talk to the mrmi : :. explaining thp i .. . --1 I'ftnrco 'ioni# of j -I-; i I'Uiicll mill the i) aid re-stated his po- -I ..... .?_ul fch 'ol funds. M? .:.i.i : trouble came lip k-" .1 rti' imlerstandlUK- He 1 ' '.iTi....

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

1 v * ' ' " . * , * / REPUBLICANS ~ ' NAME DELEGATES TOSM MEET Will Assemble Here Septem[ ber 18 to Nominate Oandidate for Senate and Transact Other Business I ' MmtM to attend the n? publico n Stat* and IMatrlcl Convention which will be held In thla city Monday. September It. were elected laat mht at an enthuelaatlc meeting of / Roanoke Republicans. The ualn I purpose of the State convention will be the selection of the party standard bearer to oppose Senator Claude A. Rtfanson In the Senatorial cam The lot* ?on?>mion will wwnf at It o'clock noon and the dlvt'jet I convention will be held In the mo'n. In*. 'At the district converttl't/i a . nominee will be put 'ip t?> oppose Judge Clifton A'. Wood rum. thd nominee of the Democratic party- vrtso dsfeated Colonel James P. Woods for the nomination in the recent prl^ mary. The?follow m??were?aciectad?rr delegates to the two conventions: S. H. Hogs. It H. Angell. Mr*. J. D. Lively. Mrs. M. M. Caldwell. Mra. K. W. S...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

.' V '" ' ^ il SOCIAL ANI MRS J. W. SH p| ?E?uv Hoars: 9 to 10 A. M P tv \ nuAcrm * Hii *.' '.eatln* iprlte In air, i m >?'<*, *" "m|. and etreryw hi i . [ TS*??u n~fri > t ? gleeful, frea from ?M>*? . < *. "J find 1 if* ?> <r i.i t wi?re they art. oh. --V rr.le I.ee' Barker. V I Tnr? ^ll|>prr. Hi I...i v .',hn T Trout enter:?uti>m ? i f-ev-.i ?upi>er at l^ake?ut> < ) ' ?.{ & r ght followed by a nr.iniu. -i?i jii.' . 7 H?- i fi >. ? T^-ut entertained their aural. Mr?. ..ini..i.i V < 0 her. of Boulavllle. ""*?? > ' - i.o.i were Mr. and Mra. ). ' *; ? ,'r irj Mrt. S. ft. (Jala. 7v ? i,i >? - ."x_i. a in Caraon. Mr. - \(. ... .1 lira I- 111 ,v > ?. .... .... . _. 41mw>h . i - ?- V ? ll. R. Fairfax, ~t i s- - > . ?**- aid Kurti Fln7. ~ :?V- and Mra- W. I _ \.iu? . ? V X...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

"DRY NAVY" IRKS DNLAKECHAHPLAtN Ll . Peek to Stop Another Boom - Leak From Canada to the. , ( U. S.?Border Patrol j ^ Effective CynUI IXiHtrk < tkr ltMMk? Wwrll-Httfi. Copyright. 1?2!.> Burlington. Vt., Sept. ?.?The "dry havy," flushed with Lta eucceae on the Atlantic coaat and along th? OrMt Lakes, today established a blockade on Lake Champlaln which they say 'will dry up one of the irMlcit aupply aourcea of liquor for . the United State* That the navy had a boat operating became known with the lodging of rrewa of two vreeeela In the Plattaburg Jell charged wjth rum-running. TJfb inethode In use are distinctly , up-to-date. The new pau-ol la one of k the famous.Dixie type, and. although ww nmm oeen Kep-t out of light Al tn?ch aa possible. (ho I* declared to capable of making 40 kndta. This *r th* *d.**ln *pe*rt "*ar >pvahlng siae on the lake. In addition her craw haa the assistance of an aviator who scouts th wooded ahorea of the take- watching for ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

~~ " ? 812 HT. |. The Roanoke World-News E<t*t>ltih?d 18A9 i? KIIAMIU VA. Ski, Ptb tahnl Prrrj I>?7 Eiwpt Wuodaj ?BT ? f i T'.MtS WHRI.U CORPORATION, [inri nutUluir. Kuaooke. Vi. It*"/* ji-.nT s ? rT?HbfK?c. Editor. Hpffr ' VrBbrri of Amrrtctt Vewapaper Publtabora- Aeaoclatloo H Rowifcrro ,s<-?apap*r PubllabrrV AaaouaUuo Tbr Aixidilol Prow , Mr*!' * A iM Burrau of Cir.-ulallon T -? Tb? a?- IT?m < r?1ual*tly enf ?* tlti?*i u> i u?? for republication of >11 n*ir? Ji?pv.r.v? credited to It or oot I ' ' otbereiee credited In tblt prper ood Alto 4 ib? |rxA! new. p iblirbrd harem f , FiKFION-RE1KKSENTAT1V E FraHr* A fti'rt Inc- New York tod Chicago "Entered <t P> ~!TI -? *1 Roanoke. flrftaU, ?, Soor cl C im Mall M alter r~KATi:<t I>_ADVANCE ' 1' 'at'* P" ?e?k payable to carrier. ' L' f o -, per >e?r r?yabi? at tbt office BY MAIL r...', o.,. ?e?r .>...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

RUMPUSSPLITS ' BAPUST CHURCH One Hundred And Six Members Ask For Letters And Leavs Congregation Richmond. Sept. I.?At a result ol tho dlimiaMl of the board of dM< i com of Calvary Baptist Church hum day morning, ltd mrXiboro of till congregation have asked for theii letters and wlli establish a new ihurch. All Officers Reels a. . All of the offtcera of the church with thd exception of the treasure; and thMnilotror, have resigned. and these two staled that .they wilt aevei thalr connection with the church ai ?oou aa they can lura In thalr re< / porta and.audit their acoounta. _ .Church services will be held by th? -sirtls'^ Htinduy morning at ftoberl > K. Cee school. Kensington Avenue with the J. Clark, president ui me union University, leading th< services. i . While prayer meeting was belni held laat night at the church, dnothel prayer meeting wn heina held bi thirteen of the deputed deacon* ant their frlepds at the home of W. L Tyler, tr...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

F~* .1 " ' HlMES AND" I WORM) NEWS CUMiln! ?i%rr-.- I r?ln ?? a llo* i oduou.i I ' > i-'* Ho*. pi?; ii - ' ' Mr Kt Inch. AH ' :?rrtl?tnf Hrlrtlx e?>' . H[? . *> lore trno adI Ca?b r* i -\tKr-nf a:i oat-of 1 town n M! ?: * r r'-l r*rmt;t?I. In h > c ? u ti *i r l a-* tacrd tjpa By p*'rrr '' Bt A -r.ti Bi'iat rrach tb? Ij hu?n ?* ' r - ( ? v .Ii' r m lor Hi P'j: i ?t I'll Lf; J ?l uT-'li y? V N I \ 1 IIIIK.H I roll TODAY ( per.' If t:he more i-.i: .v.-.i v :'! trukc. The or;" rtui > :s open to you e\ ?ry clriy in the year, thru :V FOR 5AT.E ADS" t At TOM. Uil.-KS J? r CARA'.i: I1 i\ Fi'VI ? 37."> Mountain Art.. ? U rr -i-' Ul' ' 347 fuR S.4I.K ?i.nr-1 " ; car In fOo.l ^ conditio: ?: a larfi.n 711 W S?>ru Are phot.. - )l? M PHCU To R tX' MA V.F? s * cylinder automobile for Kor>; < AUdrree P. O. Bo* c R .?n V' V i CPU I >'A?H saI.F ?F <" lufl mo?)o! Will ' nil -hn; ' ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

, < | i , BUILDING FENCES FQRNEXT RACE All Eyes Seem To Be Turned To The Battle For The Gubernatorial Plum Althouah Governor Trlnklo hu i been In the executive chair but little , ovor half a year, Virgin lane aro al- i ready turning tholr iyn towards tho ' gubernatorial primary of 1131. which. I owing to the number of candidates . k who are expected to enter, will un- , doubtedly be one of the moot Inter* , eating political conteeta held In this ; State In many a day. U Is y?t two early ,/or formal anjcNncemuiti, but it la practically , certain that Attorney-General John * H. Maunders. I.leu tenant-OoVernor Junius E. West and State Senator CI. Walter Mapp will be in the race. While not yet wishing speeches tn behalf of hi* candidacy. It Is said, a around tbe Capitol, that Mr. Wast la really campaigning, In a mild war. i Colonel Maunder* Is an avowed candidate and Sendtor Mapp has "admitted that "his eyss are turned towards the governorship."* May lie Wet-Dry Hare. i- The ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

w~ ' K? T f TEN ffiOE EXTREMES I f FINAL GOLF ROUND , Ivans Meets Youngster Unknown to Chajnpionship Finals Jones' Defeat Result of Let Down II. I nlrply. .( r k ! > i lie Roanok* ~ e- M - Vim ? . h ritrv e'ltib. Hroolcllne. Va-i s. ; : > - The Wert aicaliist i it.- <nil . inexperience .. w'in ha* hern a .. ; v.- v . iin.l who haa t? e : * r "I uniHtcur :.? ip T1 n I uu* t'>day'n i . .. I tin hlatorlc rouric t' r : umateur golfers . ? l.?: a jikii?Kiislanrl >1.1. e : . i < for a votli. for ll ? f amateur champion , t the Slwanoy lad. * ' the title ngnlnst 'V k 1. . ' a u afer. the hero and i- t1 \ T"r In a score Of I 1 ! ' * , .. . 1< -haired vouth of . ? bag ni:r<i?wmr r. ver before hern n . . : - Nf-r ha* he !?'. - i ihe semi-final r'.ic H. ;.j ' 'u? golf at Forest 11 ' ? 1: Mr was the h I ieh ?< h . in flint cltv, won ? . '-.tir.'. ><.-.n'e championship when v....

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

? ' . i 'PITCHERS FAIL TO , WINTHIRTY? l ?- r Itara 6f Both.- Major* Bare :?? Abotxt Oivtn It Up? i Giant* Lose Without Orterlnf ____________ I ,,,r taSUfifSHQSiX n' w (S^wHrti mi) h .^h'Th m'H'i **?'' ' ?Wlchtri Ol both ill# National an'l American Lotambiy?*? to com. through ih? Mason wich thirty vie I Rh?tr*i,.*1 ?lT#B U ?P" haw**Jr >t cannot bo Cone. Hi thirty mark him f*"f bocauaf ko has always had a ill!L,-^lSL.not thBl was lama ana that requires a sraat deal i ? Puts a? [ iBotlorv into pip pitching thai ?b"ut/nh. a thraohsi ' "u*". or to* Yanks, might get U the thirty mark If be. too. wars nol I **8<W ho*. Mora than that. tht Yanhn.nrn figuring on getting Intc . tha wOrM sarlea and don't want tc l. crush Bash before-that series begins, because they are confident that they can" defeat the (Jiangs If they ha*t tha Opportunity. -Ilecfcw IhM Rrgbter . " hooker of St. Louis has a Chance j to coma somewhere near tha thirty v standard If the Browns continue to u...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

i f . Business Today P'f R\,' Thoit who tiavf Itpii disturbed by the apparent tendencies towards I T price Inn ai?$ ? ill find something to Hp Mtuurr i' . in If they examine Dun's B||i ladex (Vr w s.?.c prices as of September l '1 he t.dex number on that SJf date ih.. j p u decline, of .& per cent R Mince A -a ?l I Ax this Index does ?$/ not In.: It 1 j. the effects of the strike* .< r>t so much lit evidence A as tlier fc.i.r inn in the Index numRuf ber il i .i- H i <au if l.ahor Statistics, jjf. In 1 u- i. It x tin i-iily commodity prei.|i *. ? . - any inrrUse between Auk cm 1 and September 1 was metals ' and In ih* cl.anK* l?e cosl strike ~?loe? *h. \\ ir eflVcts. Clothing and foods! off* de. In.td. a fsct which points tlier t . lusher Irving costs in the '.*rr e future nor to the consultant ' ? es>it} of higher wage lex els A Write for lllsker Prices. tvii.to the mi In Hie statistics! mitetial I...Is t" establish the fact th...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

1 ( r*-"" ' s . , Market and Fi STOCK MARKET WASIl FIRM THROUGHOUT 1 ' Attention Turns to Railway i Stocks in Expectation of ' . \ Morement with Other . ] ; Favorable Positioned Industries i ' i Br ItitH r. Wnt. L (By Special L?aied Wire to Ths ( n?no-n(WI.) I WgU HI reel N'.w Vnrlr U..? S 1 Tha stock market wn at rone all round i||tn- In today's two hoar | session. lntereat shifted mora to tha ' railway Hat, particularly In tha high- ' r priced dividend pay In* rails. , Thdra were a variety of reuaona for j this. 1 In the flrat place .although railway ] securities have at no time been weak k alnca the atrlka atartad. they had ] -*?bean neglected III lavor.bf industrial ; and public utility Issues.'Consequent- ) )y. the advance In that quarter Prl- | day and again today waa to be look- i d upon aa bringing railway aharaa i Into line with tha rent of tha market, now that the shopmen's atrlka la on , tha wane. In the second place thero waa a ] prospect of unusually heavy earninga fiom...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 September 1922

rHVV. Hv 1 f\)t'KTEK> ^ m EL? I BRYAN'S WEEK R' "?7// a Afan W-' p 2?y William Je Will a Man Rob Ood?"?^ f. . Mr. (I lataiacai Even fr^m the days of your fathi dinar. >s. and have not kept them. H< you. sa'th the Lord of hosts. But ye Will a man rob God?- J'et ye ha have vie robbed thee? In tlthee and Ye are cursed with a curse: for ye tlon. Brine ye tithes Into the atorehou house. ar.U prove tne now herewith, i open you the windows of heaven, and shall he rouin enough >e ssetlve And 1 will rebuke the devotirer foi the frultk of your around; neither sha time In the field, salth the Lord of h( And nil nations shall call.you bl land, salth the Lord of hosts. Your words have been atout agal What have ?e spoken ao much qv&tt Ye liave said. It (a va|n to serve have kept his ordinance: and that w< Lord of hosts'* a . .And now we call the'proud happy set up; they that tempt God are even Then they that 1-r.r^ .. Iarcd hearke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 September 1922

. v ? -v . Jf -'rwSBir -^ ??P7?. S " T '^B 'TODAY'S NEWS TODAY* 1 f?5fT^'' M - I Fhk. O WEATHER FORECAST I c?s?"?,:?tye ^oatiokt $Wjaffd-pm>| *1 , ... .... . . 1 " "* ' i " ' ' | ' ^ , - * ? ? ? ' - , 1 l =*Sg=S I I VOL. 40.?Xo. 62. 18 PAG E 8 TODAY ROANOKE, VA^ MONDAY AFTERNOON; SEPTEMDJiR 11, 1922. _ PRIOR THEB* 61IW8 | nns ran ma ARGUMENTS MAY BUN T' THROUGHOUT THE DAY Entire Morning Session of Chicago Hearing Taken Up In Argument by Counsel for Labor Leaders?Continues In Afternoons-Government " Appears with Tons of Evi- ? dence in Effort to Uphold 1 Order.- i Chicago, Sept. 11.? (By The Associated Press.)?Arguments on the Government'* motion to make permanent the temporary injunction against the rail strikers opened at 10:30 o'clock thla morning before Federal Judge Jame* H. Wilkeraon.' Blackburn Kaaterllne. assistant to the solicitor^ general, opened tor the Government, with the formal reading of the llat of defendants on whom personal service had been obtained. Dona...

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

its OF THE ITOAN SYNOD f CLOSES TONIGHT M 5*; ?^ * ? cgan Last Week??ermons iT-L By Prominent Ministers Delivered Yesterday 2,,r " " I.'jth.-ran S? n'xl \ i > ? I r 'JfM |o i? close t? ?'?.?? St .Mark ? ?L.utheran n jr h. ' * I'ijMiK n> marknl >|> r- , : u ? t rari>art ions. The tir.r* < ' ? ' cauizutlcti were pur, l. " " , i r. Y<?f r<::?> i > ihc llrv. Dr. K. h . t . ; . . >1,1.1,1 , f t h.niled ,,r America. ?? Vi.rk ? :* 4-re.n hr.l at J St , ?1 a., - - ? ?* i? <"in. hk it ' "Jtsus ilicrcasI in v ; ! -'.11uratttl ' III vor v .IV*! with man Thr ? sPe- t : j'i'te manhood," r c ! " I ;.? opacity for ") ? i?li II.a ii, for i' i. : a v t i.. Man Jwih ca'? i* ' l'''il'isn nf God. the r ? 1 : t-i>. au?l tun ii in " * .1!= Mell .'11! II rell' i. ? I i t i . '1?< s-i s the fmvrr ' ; c. - ' ' ' " '| "?** t;-it ia rii.it! tliinketh . b * I...

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

' W COMING AS fflATEJITIZEN Clemenceau Telia Objects ol Forthcoming Visit to United States?r Wants No \ ^ j Banquets Parts, Sept. II.?(Dp the International News Service.)?When former Premier .Clemenceau koos to the United States In November to deny the l charges that France Is mllltaHstlc Jor Imperialistic, he will travel *aa a private cltlsen and will accept neither banquets nor publo honors, he revealed today. . In an Interview with a corVeepondent of the Petite I'arlaien. at hie _ Hummer cottage In the Department o( - Vendee. tlie limr 4algf r "I cannot reveal now exactly what X Intend to tell the Americana, becauae then It would not be wortl) while for me to make the trip. "All I with la that the American* * will llaten to me. The moment ha* come to tell* the United Htatee that their-people have beep deceived; thai w ^ a re' neither mll-ltarlatlo nor Imperialistic; that the French people merit free America'* entlr* conflr de me. 1 "Hudyard Kipling waa ao hard atruck by the war t...

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

| F0lR V. P. LOT OF'" I PIONEERS' FIRST 'WHITE SETTLEMENT P. Ft Sturdy Band Of Pioneers Built Cabins On What Is Now The Campus ltx ( H \s. H. < lit soy. Jil.i k-! tit. , S?[)* !>.? It is the year ?t hundred and sex r.:> . ,r \? rs apo*. m. . ? 1 :>? campus of the A'trrr I'olx:oi i;iji Institute and j-l. : ( r ox-: !!,' !"rttle lufcf.ds .of :h? x. x > I,* tvabotus, one's tilfnd ?iiai:k..-t?*?t hat ihty ,r. . i.ji.iij the deeds of ? ;ts {> \V fr ?t:: ot:c of those low . t< : r j ::t of us, a weary I'iind.i ' > n ; xxomen rotue cau' - i f '..r.sts with their rtfl#? : . 1 *:d. . :t'l"stand for a moid'!:' i : a'd- i > fully prusp the 1'iM : .1 th.:t lies before ? r- > . : y immediately i>;. r . to a .ike a home. Wapous it: I '-ottL'l.t to a halt, the won<11 it ! .; '. detrain, and after pi" it v.'.'f n it, the entire ha- 1 : xx irk xxjth all their strew*' ?:...

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

* ; BAM OF WIS ON PROHIBITION LAWJONTINUES Federal Agents Learn Tricks Of Moonshiners As Fast As they Are Invented ^ Norfolk, 8ept. 9.?"Truth, to tranger than fiction." Methods employed by bootleggers a ad moonshiners of today In cen??coaling their "eridence" and In dispensing their contraband subi stantiate the oft quoted adage to marked degree. The moonshiner of 1922 must be d cook, carpenter, plutnber, steamfitter and a chemist; and his tireless pursuer, the Federal agent, mast be all of these. The bootlegger and the Government - " agents are continually engaged -In a battle of wits, but the agents genorally win. Krsasr Tslta Told. Htrange tales are told of the men who make their "llkker" and their tneane of celling It. Canea with false handles, cabbages In which are concealed p'nte of liquor. Innocent, lookins booka are all valueable aealstanta to the bootlegaer. If. however, he aella on u large scale, his favorite ' method la to uae mrarefnUjr- covered fiufo truck"or touring ca...

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