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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

% . ' , Market and Fit STOCKS UTILE , MOVED BY STRIKE. Bailway Share* Fail To Be- a! pond To Prospect* Of Partial Settlement ? a Speculation Lively a 1 A ai Br liaart P. Wat. . \ (*j SpecUl Leaned Wire to The Roanoke * I' World Kcwe.) . 2!i Wall Street. New York. Sept. 11<? A' How email a figure the railway (hop men a airiee nai been In nnanelarcal* V, culatlona *li tmphailutf tftln In n, the markali today. With the prospective of partial aat- *>. I tlcmtiit In tha I m mad Lata future p. _ : placed up prominently fn lb? mofnlaa p. now*, railway, aharaa did not respond p, at ail. Thay aold oft generally la" a pi market where, in?many?directions. m active buying waa In Progress. d Tha two moat Important aspects of pj I tha movamant on tho atock exchange pi today were tha name aa thay ba?? p, been right along?a lively aptcula- p. tlbn. aapaclally In atocka of tha pool p( variety. accompanied, however, by n p, aolld sub-stratum of Inveatment buy* p, Ing ahowlng Ita...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 13 September 1922

. ---TV * j 8IXTKEN TODAY'S EVK.YTS. , .flreetlnits to Con. John J. rershK '' Injr. ?"2 yearn old today. BiX Havrnty fifth arinlvtrrary of the Oat tore of Clij?rult?pec by the AmerH ifffin. t. WP* Democrat* of Georgia will name BP Otiotr tlol.?t > f State officers in a Be> jtwur y 11011 today. < ;.>vorr<>r k/'tIioidi* W. Hard wick la a candidate Rv for ran* inlnpllon and I* oppoeed by BS Clifford l\alkor, former attorneyr.N general. ; Delegatca from all parte of the r United Stater and from ten foreign countries arc ? tpectcd In Pittsburgh today to attend the annual convention of the Coal Mining Institute of : America, the sessions *<f which will continue three dava. ROANOKE Beginning today and-every Mnnrl a v T ?r anrl We/I. ? - nesday, for 15 weeks. Ruth Roland in ihelimber Queen .ftflT^ertal Your blood will tingle as you see Ruth speed on horseback, leap off and wrestle with an enraged bull. A Suprise-a-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

???-? ,. . 1 ii. , IBS- (pjc Ifep n okc pi of I i) -Ncm 1^.1VOL. 40,?No. 65*. 14 PAQES TODAY ^ ROANOKE, YA., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 14, >1 9 2 2 PRICE THEBB CBKT8 | BEGINNING OF END SEEN IN STRIKE MOVE Government Officials Profess To Fxppr.t Immolate Falling In Of Most Roads With Separate Settlement Plan ?Some "Die-Hards" May Last Longer?Roads Need r Men And Industry Needs Transportation. r ..??? '? -* ?? " tr ? By Oforgf K. Holmes (International News Service 'Staff Correspondent). * Washington, Sept. 14.?Partial] settlement of the strike of 400,000 railway shopmen, effected by morei than half a hundred roads at Chi-| cago, is merely a prelude to the es-j tabllshment of a general peace in J " the railroad industry, it was said today by influential Government officials who have had a. hand in shaping developments at Chicago. From now on, It was predicted, there will be a steady increase in. the number of roads slgnlug up with the unions on the basis of the peace agr...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

R ' 1 Bwf bill goes back tobonferees llf Difference Over Potash And [ Dye Schedules Blocks I Agreement In House tVa?!..*-t? i i ! I - t Hv tha InIr jtrrnai. s- S. : ? icf i? A nrwr #f ironr%run r ? u >? imtr ji n<1 houxa tariff r. .iM.iimJ to<1a>- to adjut-t il ' out of th? ;jT r*)<-? >; rt : > \ II u-- of II,? rlirml ral dj :i<j duty of $jo a i ton om ; . Iliiu'o n , it, l.r i i'm'fi'l Ihf senate > tonlir, ,s i . I . ti hot li t It e dye 9 mlij'i . -?! ?ly? l?y plao lug the :?! ? - , ;i il,< frvc list, therehv -r | 11.. i ' . ? .it l"t kpordy and Tins l ? innu Uotl Tbe "k h* <* : r. tire was to l>? i made . t.a S. Smooth Republican. of I :.>!i ? favored the embargo nr. i :? lifter tt una turned ili ? n i t '1 who inflated 1.1 ;; '.ill >. I! ma II 11 n T*|?< tied, VV -1 .t.jri- Sept U.-illv The Aa' ? < ! I ' 1...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

' v j SEVEN ROANOKES IN MED STATES J ??? Duplication Of Name* Of Towns And Oities Causes Postoffice Much Trouble Soma explanation 1* found for the occasional straying of lettsra from thslr Intended destination in tho fact that a large number of cities and towns In the United States have thslr names duplicated In other parts ?I i<w country. IWtmiit?r Ellis, who h?s Just re? celved the lstest copy Of lbs Official Postal Uulde, stated this morning that hs had chocked over the list and found In one case thirty poet offices scattered over the country bearing the same name. There are seven Itoanokes In the country, Mr. Ellis said?a fact which probably few residents of this city have ever had brought to their attention. Besides Virginia, the folr lowing States each has Its Roanoke: West Virginia. Alabama. Louisiana. Mississippi, Tessa and Indiana. Perhaps the two cities giving the Postofflce Department the greatest trouble are Charleston and Charlestown. W. Vs., Mr. Ellis said.....

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

I? UTT . FOCR SOCIAL AN! MRS. J. W SB Office Hour*: 9 to 10 A. M R H_=_ [M A iiki* whii*. , E . A Utile *!) ( > walk with you, my ov> Or.ly a lit tIf w ?y. 5" Then or* ? mu?t weep and walk T ? ,\ t !?* * >' '! i* ?* (?-1 to live *? k, tli.T, tt?t 1 know I.ilt rot havo one withered Q . . r - f v* If (0* ??? i.n ehiuld ko. Arid if thf??- Up? ihail ever learn to mli*. Wuh itr he.irt f*r from mine. I - 'Twould be for joy thai in a little w hit* ';"h? j * t>? kissed t>jr thine. Frank L? .Staunton. Ilrltlse l.uitrbfnn for Mlw tnyfrr. Among t'tr pre.nuptial etittrtsinof Ih.? ?< <><. compllinentarv to Mm* I'l.nn.nt Snyder waa a beautifully ?op(>infrd bridge-luncheon given by Mm T. L>. Hobart Jr., lodtiy at her residence on Alllam AVcntte, lie. 1 < :? tUoor.itio oa 4-rre I t ilj I . I'.int autumn garden fli'rera. 1 n< game u pro/reset /? ore, am! 'ai ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

' . ; ' ??1 1 r~~ Did Mrs. Re By Thorntoi How often v? Uy what w? do ? J* f There came a morning whoa the young Kox. who had been forced fo U*e bjr hlmeelf, found no breakfast waiting for htm on the i-e-i". WM iurwlMd. lie wu very much urprlssd. You se* It wu the first Urns such a thins had happened. JCvery other morplng whan ha had coma out his breakfast had bean waiting for him. Ho sniffed all around but there was no suggestion of a breakfast and there, was no scent to show that any one had bean near the doorstep. At first he wasb't much disturbed. Probably m.otper Is lata this mornIjleald he. to himself. "Perhaps the hunting wasn't good; She wouldn't forget me. I'll just be patient and she'll be sure to coma soon." do the young rot Sat down on his doorstep and waked. Ha was quite willing to welt.- But the eery fact that there was nothing to eat seemed to make him hungry. Ha triad Rot to think about ft. But an- empty stomach Insists on being thought bout. He grew hungrier snd hung...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

11 Tin. Roanoke World-News I tti'vVKE V A i x > i .) s ju.iar L Tints tv< h :> i >kpok*THi.<. . Jr'4. Ko?iK?ke. V4 l^lcxil H-HO?'KN~ r . iTAlfcfTlr \r.- ... ( 1 ..firm A aaool j t 100 ^HHSlftrrti N >- i?hrr? Ataciatluti An.: 1 : <: ( in jiiiixA rtCT A?? >? 1 * luMtrly ?? ttUM t? I.- " 1 ' 1 .Hi' 11 of a.I 11 wwt ditpaf. ? 1 i?j to It lit not s?ifttniw <! ;' .! i.v? p.in tu.l alao *** '" * tu* . hrrru t ?<>KI ! \ "it "u>V NTfTlV K Ft?lu> .V I .So linn aiitf t,'Mr?io i f" ' ' Koatiolif. Virginia. a. V t. >?? Mill Maltrr H K\:i!- I AD\ A NCR lc frnf. |?r i j) jbic to carrier. i-* ? ' i mt" ?l the 0IJ100 in mail L ?nir. '*" ?ioo J n. " SO n* i?. . . ?i mi Dli v r . *" '>0 " f.PI HU> K9 i . t: r i >.i? All It At Nlflit r. nil r m ?e s :to a. m. < :: ntlC ?d i . i>-j 3m4 C*m?&amp...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

I ROANOKE COLLEGE ' IS OPENED WITH MANYFEATURES Chapel Is Packed With Students And Visitors Upon First Day PRINCIPAL ADDRESS MADE BY DR. HANCHER Three New Members Of The Board Of Trustees Elected ? Yells Are Oiven Special exercise* In the college chapel at 10:00. meeting of the Board of Trustees, at wtalcte' time three new meirfhcrs* were *106ted, and a "pep" meeting held In the gymnasium last night were the feanrrps of the opening or the SgvfItieth session of Koanok^ College yestorday. More than 200 college students and visitors packed the chapel at the opening of the morning aervls ces. The Rev. H. M. Canter, presiding eidar of the Roanoke District led in prayer and Rev. Leroy Greaham read the scripture lesson. Dr. A. D. K. 1 Hanchor. secretary I of the Lutheran Home Mission Hoard of the South made the"principal address, using aa his subject., J "You and the other Fellow." ? ' Trll? Of CklM'i | [ In the course of his Interesting snd i instructive tslk Dr. liancher made frequent re...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

I I ImOHT fictNIATOEET f PLENTY OF COAL 4 No Shortage Is Expected Unless The Rail Strike Ties Up Transportation v ? RlrhitiC-J. 13?Marked lmj ?rovt >i I .c cf*a I ailuutlon * 'Ihrougf">ut \ ? Mas resulted ? ? t- >M* t; iymrned to -vork And tli* ws. ?* no ssrioui) fuel Ah <>r la k ? t. ? "it - r unltss the railroad j ' ' t ' "is tp tie 1.n trAn*P'*:.' M.O??r Alexander 12 >'orw.ir?j .> ! ' t.isi rajor, taid toll ?U> ?Si"- ui i- !'Mtuk-piani? -In th? St. te .re ?: :ll runnfnA on lim ted tupvi f tui'v Mo mm Forward aid. I.'! danger that lu y of them v\ ; ' !i..\r tii suspend opera Itlon has rra' ' aJ!v n.rescd. Thero 1* ro?: for everybody. lie mid. am j the g-iat i?"i*li.i? is that maqv *pf i the Indus* .J concern* to J>ay lite I I listed. K?|I? -dully la ? this true < f brick nanufioturtra |>he tnaltita a that present prlceyof furl force ! . in to sell their proiruct...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

r WANT ROANOKE IN > APPALACHIAN RACE Cleveland And Greeneville Probably Will Drop Out And Maybe. Kingsport Too Briatol, Va., Kept. 11.?wTth th* close today or the season In the Appalachian League, local ran* arc becoming more enthusiastic for the proposed league which Include Roanoke and Lynchburg. Cleveland and areenvllle are not expected to retain their franchise next year. Their teams have made good In the pennant raoe but the attendance at both placea fell off. Both teams were forced to transfer a number of games toward the end of the season to other cities In the league. Everything points to tbs elimination of Greenville ?(id Cleveland from the league neat year. ' This will 'eav* Bristol. Knoxvltle. lohnsoti Itjr anil Kinitpnri Mill. lr . !he circuit, bu< Ktngsport baa hn?1 some dirricu'ty In financing bar team and likely will drop out soon. With these facta fn view attention turns to tha proposal that the new srganlsatlon Include?Briatoh?Boa ; noke, L&...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

r-?- ' ^ 1 tTmesand W < WORLD NEWS ' ?" iu V J a<!rerM?nf ratea 7ea Hue [ - | t> to thhc lHj*T" I> tr * ' '"l He per loch. At' ? ?- (!<-* i trrrl ?in'( strictly J' ?;< v" i..i to icuf-lcrm ad' itr'.r' p? . ?pr'>. ?t:oo in- tr ?t j company aM out otV.-Hurt rut permitted. Nj . i uit; P.aik faced type le-ail-'.l | A t ? ' wtn-nta m :at reach the r .*irr?. . *, . t.1 ? .10 P m. for p.- i t. : <nei a;"ru;:.f: Saturday! PHONE 3!4:. . . f ^ \ Till ?l (.111 I (I|; TODAY Tin- inor?>. sales you expose yours- If to, the more you'wjll make. The opportunity u open to you - . , m rr?rtrr rrt Hie year. Itu ".t Foil SALE ADS" Al'TOMOBILES H' D> 'N * * f'FK * . X ?X'*Ueul condition. Fj-xt*. ? J' i?n.nvr-f M.- & W - 1148 1*'?K ? v. Y ?UJuiir-c, -t; r??ud coiidi!?V1 4.i 1 >*-\citU aw y K 1 r:o f vA I. K.?(?r-f Truck. mil k?# i'.iA h . mil* a in jwrferi con-11 * ? An ?-* ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

v * ROWING METHODS WORTH MING C&mp Asks Secret of Hoover's Power At Oars?English Term "Unscientific" Br Waller Caaa (Br Bpeclsl Leased Wire to Ths loaaokl World News.) (Copjrnrbt. lti:?, by Tbe Bosnoke WoridNew*). Looming up on the horl.aon of tomorrow la another' Oriental tennis mar. lie la the Japanese, fukuda. J Itapbrta reaching ma today aay that ha may come to this country next " spring. Kukuda won the Toklo championship last May. and ha later dam- j oust rated his claim to greatnaaa by | defaatlhg Kumagae In straight aata | 7-5. Anv ?i??? v? * I a beating to this great left hander Is worthy of *erlous consideration. Rowing. today more than. It ??r ?? a sport of-mystery. 'I* might l>- lutei. ?Indeed valuable? for. ydwaul t.eail'11?to make A study of whatever method* are employed by Walter Hoover, the diamond actrtla Winner. and find out what the latter ^ haa learned about the mecbanJra of t ruwliif. True. main*. In a tingle ahell la quite different from r...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

I Wx)TWELVB fThe Investor L Oyrrmlit ?>nl> Slier !<? ? I'rrlvd ?>?.>1., I tillable Honda Suitable I'vi I on* IVrm latrtliin. Warn i> i i uUiitlly through IRe the effect that a promt.*. i ! r il I'Jn nuitU bond* krc Jik ' ' i ilv l before their maturr. t *! ' j rate* continue cheaper. ea: ?. I be interpreted as a ? i,< .? . n a l ion against tnvrsty vi.li It go^ j j K-lth t .. m . r i U rm investors >.: -i t p. : r best oppprk' tine.to- t. > ;v which have I ? remain . a' .. tractive yield tiaato v - .um- redemption i * aeert.^J r. . I Khii the lona term . i. . i. r, will find many 1 " v H i 'callable*'' veil v m i ik ii. The date on m : ' "ti clause becotr.i i i. f - .T.etimea so distant 'I-.; - i ih..ii'.-t|i.nahle. In the i... ' 1 V ? lerk Kdlson's * 1-2 w t. > ? i > wed today, tor vat. | ptior.s tire perir .i : ; . The limn will t '.. ! t t f inula for ill |. i ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

. I J * 'V'1' - Market and Fit RAIL STOCKS RISE; r REASON TWO-FOLD 1 . ??-?- w Strike Settlement Mot Oon- jt idered?Investors Turn- jjj ing More and More to Good Stocke . ' ui Br llaait I*. Went. (By Special Uliad Wire to W? , I , Itoanpke World-News.) (Copyright 1922 Wall Street. New York, Sept. 14.? The striking Incident In today's mar* kets was the sudden wave op buying In the railway shares. To eon- r, nect thla with the collapae of the p( _ shopmen'* strike kas, of course, the r obvious thins to do. As a matter of ^ 1 fact the .strike settlement had little p, jut- nothlna tp do with It. .111 ?an mreet nas known for the y last month that the warriors ware v winning and that It haa accepted y the evidence of the weekly figures i - on car lokdlnga which . have been 'm a . overwhaliuing In favor el the con- -5 clualon that the dlaaffectlon of the p, ahop workers wua doing the rail- X; way business no harm. Consequent- f Iy. there waa no good reaaon why an q Intended buying movement...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 14 September 1922

| | ? a???s^s * i JT ForRT.EKX ft altp dim (Published Jn 1 The Short Story Jr. i I III \MIIITIOI9 HVLI.OO.V . i ri1'! circus balloon j * t -k fretfully. but the J 1 . . i h. Id it very tight. | , > snapped Its nrljjh- I i ? > !' "it. "First thing jj i 1 I I set loose, atid thyn v. .if I want, retorted ' f : -rl balloon. "I want .. ii"<-n watching those . t ,'ir fair that no vp I > : e J a at a little bit ! .'o tliat. too. Maybe ^ : 1 swell, anil then I.I(i and- 1 could carry ? .i i v< rythlng." J It." warnid tha other | \ oil weren't meant to be ? \* Of c.i-irse you can't ro c .iway up ! > the sky, but .rk of ) >u yen rin make the chll- t -n happy by brine Just what you ? i t.r.cht. pretty little circus ' r. " 11 balloon pouted and waa about * 1 . c n o angry retort, when a . ~ "i r'ki : fvcil c"rl with flyaway hair ? i ?? e ' u p ami fie Id out a dime. She I Ji -v. t the balloons over and picked I . i. bri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 15 September 1922

, , ?M?IWPBM fssf pje "jRorattuke s VOL. 40.?No. 66. 16 PAGES TODAY BOANOKE, VA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 8EPTE MBER 16, 1 922. PRICE T E Ct?~W~T 8 | ^=^^s== I . i y ? ?H assasssang 1 * ? ' - ~ ~ MANY BIG R( REFUSETO TOMBAC ??? c ' ' OTHERS APPEAR TO BE ' ?wnraosits a ? Jewell Says No Objection To * Men Returning To Work On p Roads Which Have Accept- * ed Plan To Settle?New I York Central signs Up With J Condictors And Trainmen " ?Pennsylvaia Confers With J SameJJnions. Chicago, 8ept. 16.?(By The A?' aoclated Pre**.)? Refusal by a nutnutr of the country's biggest I rails ay systems to enter Into the WarLtld-Wlllard-JewslI plan for ending the shopmen's strike on the fcaaij of separate and individual agreements, developed sn element of considerable uncertainty, today over'the scope and effectiveness of * the pi ace program. While some of the larser systems tl had flatly rejected the plan, others, a however, notably the Chicago and J Northwestern, and Chlcaso* Milwaukee and St. Paul had virt...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 15 September 1922

J ... ^Br BT Bm Bor&li.And King Express Qp position To Any Cancella. Hon Or M9dification | ^ N i *V'?? .it i t 1J ?< ity Intjer Itat.onai \ - w ? vi r 1? t'ongrea Will turn a ...if r>r to ail plena to i rancriiiti ?:' " f Ntifloation of Amer \ lea* 9? I.'".1 'O.avvrlh of forelf tl. : : a t ? - ' irt I today by lead L tr* ff I'rtf i'it: n Tht pr p r f. Hrrnartl Ilariict N.? V..-S. . . .i'.*" tii.it a port to of - . .?pent In t hi t" founlt.y r ni 'Mtl ? i f war. be can r-ll.-'! :n t.'.jr t !.r paytp. r.t to th Vnjt- t St*:-* ' i?jis spent for rnonl Iton* In K-.gUnd. m?t a nti>n? wal of op| ' .- ' . : iri v Satiate A pre ? pond-ran if opinion ?aa attaint nrodlftaton , ' the for? Ian debts It anv tr..r.n-r Itirlrc present elinotl 1.1 u m v c n ' ! ' i. \.i: r i'-.-rah. Kfpuii'.loan. o jOat .1 s- ?t--r Kmc. [irmxcrtt <>f I ;ah. . J -a opposing all ulan fee viudtf. ? a or leduvtlon or tin d, H.rticl " ?l!I ti to ranceUatl...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 15 September 1922

N I REPENTANCE ; EXPLAINED BY TOMHf famous Evangeliat Of Unique Method? Heard By Capacity Audience Again Laet Night i. .V <C*ntrl hated.) - rvA"?'h,rr. "U^'enc* (rtiUd Si ^ ?!t.aipf7 "mUh ,Mt "W * rhur.k t Methodist . Episcopal Church. It was that his fame was kno?!n"?"Vk* M .h* b#oaa?* better Lr^T? -i P*?P>* of Roanoka. Mia tao" ,tt,,'r established ?]I.i p tJon M a preacher. Ona 3 .n^TTT press the opinions 2L. #.ile t*mr*r\ without-aajr die- i at from any. He la unique. Ha ?n a class by himself. *? nas his own way of rrr rasping i hulk itr,ktln,/n' clarifying tha [ He has his awn fund of II- i - lustration from which to draw and no other living preacher has such **c?Pt his famous i cousin Olpsy Rodney Smith. , **?? B,?ht the stonr of tha Prodirat Hon an rss4 an/ ikal asaarm - ...? ...va mat (ara am the lilhltcal groundwork (or kli eubk Ject Ho named hla aubjoot aa Repentance and made clear what (be right atandard or eapreealon of that doctrine waa He declared ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 15 September 1922

rouR ft I SOCIAL ANI t MM J. W. SB Office Houri: 9 to 10 A. M. F Tb? Bloaaam. M A mamrr.t and it ahona c)*ar on my fminJ? :h linv*.l*d hf*utv a* day.atar rla?? AV.th ?i?ii< ?t? *ht*p form and n*w? born biiaa. Ou aratatlc h?art wfc?re Joy aur? pri??a: Aid ail lh* ajrlna to n? Wit n *hu? fl. war upon a Uil ltJ tr*?. ? By laobrt It'iir.*, In Ixmlon Ob? r-r t>?rvrr Mrs. Par i?? <? I * r m Unrig* l.nnrtran. M't. il*< rg* \v Fayn* was lioatraa today of * hnda?-lunch*or> when > ~ flv* taM*a ?ng#?*d In plav, followed by a baaiitlfjily appointor) lunchron. Mra J'av:'?'? g i?-*ts of honor wr?r*: Mia* Rarirarnlrt. of Richmond Mra. Char!** ?urn*!t. of Richmond. and Mra Frank Ro?rr?. lie larnlne Fr.<m Motor Trip. Mr I J Men!* and daughter*, >t??. Trrrr Psttyjohn. and MImm A !ee *n ! Ruth Meil* hive returned ' m an extended motor trip r.urX of Mr*, tllolr Inrnrlt. Mr* Rlllr Burwell ha* a* kru??l, Ml** Mary Pau...

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