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

births in state 1 hit record mark Virginia Stands Second Among The States For First Three Months Of The Year r UKORUE H. MAXMXO. Washington, D. C* Bept. 14.?Tha stork la going tha grim reaper mora than two to ona la Virginia. Babies ware born mora 'than twice as fast aa deaths occurred in Virginia during tha first thtee months o? this year. It la shown In figures announced by . tha V- " Census Bureau. Virginia la Neeood. ?-?Kotlh Carolina stood first and Vlr^gliila stood second among the Mtates during January. February and March ? r in <ue number or Ulrtlil ? with 19 2 and respectively. for avery 1,000 of population. The birth rat* In Virginia during tha flrat three months of thla year, however, waa a little lower than that for the aame period teat year, and for the ehtlre year 1?21. The death rate, on the other hand, waa higher In Virginia In January, Xebruarr and Starch of thla year than for the first quarter of 792 1, and for the entire year 1921, Hlrtb Hate Higher. t ...

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

" . *a ' ' The Roanoke World-News j?"~ * I I m-NM'KH V A I Im/i Uii L?s\H. SuoCM K\ TIM LI cUUhVMATION. | / . f'oi< i Hi ,0?. ? 15'^uykf V? ' Jt.V l"1"- I I I?H iTf R S. Co 11 of Mtin'M?a oJ -a Kv Jtrnff. 1' v. >. AaarKtatloc I Mutbrru Nxin r Cub labara AaaiHiatloa Br > 1 \ - ? ..) ivaaa A i.! I ol ClfoulatloA BjS . Tht A?>- - frr?T ' r*t.tual?aly anil tUlaO I. I uh lor rrpuOllnlioB of all Bpj krvi J-; r-r."trj to it or not J atkcrro, If. mi) r'ptf an-1 alae the lo< a. o-.i -r?-o birrla TnKn KErRCSESTATIVK >' Fralirk A II- r. it- Nrw Yof* af?<S ChKa*? Vlrt'?1 o' 1 *l H" !>"**. Virginia, |? Sr?r-ii-: I %r )i! Matur . . " R \7K5 is APA'/LNC* ) ic /v-r-? |.rr <> ?? to carrier, ? .-* ' Stt '-'i iff i-)|)l>r at Ifta ollica. OY MAIL ?a lit i n* iri* ?H I-ailj . ? i.o ? M 1>1-I> in-).- n ; .a 6tJ - - ftl M Tt ' FCIK'SK* """ 1 . I f:t LWT Ail Ci 3l?C...

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

?be Hut ? ^PtibllBliecnn^ The Short Story Jr. THE OTHER SHOE Phyllis Mt up In bed with a ltttl? moan. , The cat who belonged .to their neighbors nfst door was at It again. Hbe stuck b*r head out of As window and yelled "Scat!" Tory loudly, but It didn't seem to ? wunnm IV ioe DtCK-[?nC( muhIMi ' Ska Watched the dark blot on the fence a few minute*, getting angrier and angrier all the time. If there wal anything ahe couldn't etand. It wae having her Bleep Interrupted. Her volcano-Mke temper began to eeethe, IHcely to buret tntct, flamea at any moment. There wae another long yowl, and Thrill# picked up the neareet object and threw It vigorously. That object happened to be one of her shoes. Then eome one came oat of the house and look the offending anlr mat Inside. 1'hyllls crawled Into bed 1 and was soon sound asleep. Next morning when she went to get ready for' schooT she discovered that she had only one shoe. She came down to breakfast In her bedroom slippers, r Phyllis turned to he...

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

| EIGHT . PURE J HOME MAKING HELPS V ?EmrAtaf Ah?M n? ? ? U?? Mmttm tW M??<* Br Wand* Barton h?h to ?u? mi: ?mt ?r the kumiuehiei. . KM la year* h?ra arowao h?*i a? Ir t?rr?t?( la {iM-.orarl; u^tbrr are tofliy. j^vnnn v* >vuv? (tirnifr.'f" with unbanned* and parasol* to match otter Inspiration for pianw rririMl effects Tvwa the Mra of having bedspreads. labia. pillow a r.d alin-cr-ven te march |l'?? an onp vrtnjjMy for creating attractive colar a -br me* for bedrooms. la a rooa lor a boy w k? is of a taultonl turn or mind Um hangings a4 other r>iecos may b? of raises] ixlard cr ..ah or lints, w ith aa applique la <"htr.<we-b] ue Ijrtts of boats, a ip?>lrloC the plars rlo^a. bench aad *.> on Chat complete ?ie aces* In < oarse ad em-stitching n llh Um eottoa flows K?r Hoosa lltreraUas. A row of little sir)a ta Mat bone -pats tCnl r^nrwhl their faces may trip serosa he beach, hand la band, along the...

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

^^^HRpppi" ' ; *. - .1 ' puSE i ,i . , ? . * M WINFRED BLACK W rfltee AHoat A Strange Letter '(CmHiM. im. xtwaHHr rwMr* Irrvln. liw.) < Her* la * letter that make* in* croat No, not croaa and not v?(t4,NJnit Jnad." plain old-fathtonod American Jt-A-P. mad. To think tha{ any woman 15 yearn old who can read and writ* can llv* In America and think what ah* *el? d?ntly dot* think. , Read the letter and a** how you feel about It. IU.? t?M ?I# ? J --- " n ru dibck; l am a woman IS yeara old. 1 hava married twelve yeara and hava iwa children, a boy and a *trl 11 raara old. My whole married life baa been one of disappointment. quarrel" In* and aa**ln*.- My husband la one of thoseselfish kind, alwaya thinking _ __ _bf himself flrkt. never a th?U*ht or a kind .word for the woman who trie# to keep the children and kouaa neat i and claan. Yea Caa leave IIIn. On two different o<*caalona I hava *one to work to help keep oar tnra*re home to*ether. But he waa alwaya the same. ...

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

I SEARCHLIGHT ON ] | BOOMSCHEIfS Series Of Conferences PlanK ned To Work Out Solutions And To Discuss Problems VI ' > ; ' -i ?Federal Prohibit: : *"r K. A l'ulwller } state- tit- - - nor llaynes has Instr. ... i < ? of .inference* of ?11r t- . ? . : . ; tr.f..rfrnn ni oflfl< lair - ' I .1 "f the country > ? i titr.ruJs problems a- ! t: '' ; '.i s f r M'lutloi), and a .->! f. ? . r < i? be held in , th ? r :.-.1 confermcea ha\. .. !mM and matters rf \ :; > t public have bee.-. . :.?.de...l I'rutr llnhhiiiK (' impound. .V: g |>*. 111!:..* on which acti?n ?*..! t > .*n i? th.it of rubbing i p.-u! !? i through bootleg ihttt.i < ;..ne caused many .death*. At:3\M? : f vrr.il hundred gallons of > r. t ; -n-Vi-t n-Vralrd quantities <f v : t r " * ! lye. uti hcmIvc nr ut,' : ? h remained In the 1 . t :. after n d isf II la tton. i' .11 V > of tliw Vol...

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

TIMES AND } i WORLD NEWS i tlllllllt l<| WM1 MM T? I llM onrtlwf MM* * UM lto* D'tpiWW iHHii Me POT Mk. All ?MM ilnitWif UriAH Mpk to atvaaep. pMtol np rato u to? Iim to vOTttowe m ?pWirtiM. CMk MM may Ml Wll-oiun M*r?. MIKltollllllll MM pOTMlttod. i .foff m ***** ""**"**trp* j^rarr;".sr..-r's ?*?*?*? *** * ^ur4*'? rnouMpu*. ( J J ' A TUOl'CiHT FOR TODAY Til* mora mIu ytm m* pom yourself to, the mora f aalaa you will moke. Tba * . opportunity la opan to you u etery day in tba yur, 2 thru tha "FOR SALE APS" ( 1 . ? - j ?, ; ii ACTOMODLLO " , ? , m ml o I MCPaow ptt uuiia. Himi eoeduto*. i 1 uniii. bis ci?>1.1 at . ?. r?iSw'' eai u* /.*** nnf j FOU uSSS Tot* T?U*?- ?M tiM i tk?a #*> a?a??a >u>. o p*m <? diuea. Can b> mm at AlWehw MttarCa, wiar t>a?a Ar? mtt tUarf at **** 1 ro? uu?ir? ratiMMT. tmr . V. 'wirW A!?l" * Ti ' ? ro? IttX-OM DoUfr Totirln* ? *. >V m gm*m tf mM at <mm?...

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

TWFXVK [ IN M? UMES Old Timers Holding On With "Bush" Crop ? Many Pitchers Late Popular Game Feature H y Jl>ka H (Miff. > : ,,.??.] Wire In Ihc : a . u t..I-nv? i i i < :?R' isr?) \ -v > <- S< ; I' In direct con? t-j- .? < ..? ?ri'e*r? now a? f !? t .? mrnpaiirni m k i f : c ! v iti record* tin j .?,; ! ...%r f .r lo|;|| home "rd \ il ftunif run* In It,* : l -<i; 1. Ir . ? npxHttliiK the T? r ! ! * u". ' I : < 11 m r It ivn a rr nn? n* > V I'erhap* It ?'|a pr> y f v i. A. i v n^jvia iuunu the ? i ! kirn In krrp up. 1 '< ?.? ii.v it * ! ' Mtir th< ball player. * - v nfc- ahead much this rr,it> n ard that la more Lkely the .r.ghi i vi>? ilici mv i thtr. None if tfr i :-fc-?-ir* I h startled the .i ^r: : .1 ! : r a . around showing It At nr j-i tf I .l?i tie the Detroit - |<il ru r ??' t In- the star baby i ' til...

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

tpj" - - m i./.i LSt i .?,j fi rj Marines Winners At Rifle Tourney Camp Perry, Ohio, dept. 14.?(By the A?Mfl?l?4 Press)?Marines w<Sl the enlisted men's match today with total ot 5M at the National, Wfle -7 and riatnl Hiu.M here. The Engineers wrro second with 6(1. The Infantry i Was third with IB), tha Cavalry fourth with 141 and the Navy fifth with III, Tha match was shot overtha too and Ifttf flow lira ranges. Tha 101 yard rapid fire National . Rifle Association tnatch was finished lata today. ?l competitors ghootlMt off the tla which resulted front yesterday's shooting Captain George *f. Hlisnh. of Port Slocuttt, was ins I winner, bavin* two possibilities ot fifty each. Corporal Hpcncsr Stephenson. V- 8 Marines, Quantldo. was neat With I 10 to IB. Tha first stage of tha President's / match was- shot on the tod yard slow flre pangs today and will he Continued tomorrow on the 'BOB yard glow nr.- ranss utid finished BlluN . day on the I.COO yard range- ' ' " ' . ... NATIO...

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

"V--T-S?" ' 1 ^ ^ FOURTEEN' Buiineis Today Th?rf h*? i'tin much talk recently Of higher i',>o for cotton foods bscauee i f if * reo-.it wage Increases by he New England mills. Strictly 1-? apeak-?ft U?e>* l?k? >*? ? a restora[ tlon > ! i * ales rather than any gcr.e-al increase In employees" p?> Tie Khode l?-and mills reduced U wage* w-iuin arid this was fulhwed I y a etrike A considerable number i f ei: ; ..\veee returned to a nrk ?! .r.-.p. I e iminer at the lower nay? 1 roduction at lower :3 . c.-?t? * ?* f r??tr-rted volume soul i lun 'e l it* <T-'t on prices. In ?Vthe r.ii"* : Lowell district the I |.?w r > *" i f v .ncr* was In effect ? only a v i < - having been put into e"f- : ? ?. v lot July. Th^. mills In i * ?tr appear to have had t o t - ' l "..i. in nr all the labor the* r <1 d . ftur wanes were cut. I'M ;h?* w . r. t t ail running on full : me rheir return to the former w...

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

MP!.'",. Market and Fl MARKET WATCHESI GERMAN AM > A Little Xffect On Becuritiqp?-. \ Boada And Stocks Both \ Move Upward \ I ?? ? i 3 By Itaart P. West. (By Special Leased Wlra to Tha J Itoanoke World-News.) J Wall Street. New York, Sept If ? \ The main point of Intsreet In fin* ' tnclal affairs today was the mar- ' at's reception of Germany's final ' refueal to grant the Belgian demand \ far a ioo.o5o.eoo gold mark security J against tha sta months notes taken j in lieu of Immediate cash payments. J Undeniably this brought repara- y tlons matters to a crista. It fore- J shadowed another conference of tha J i Allied premiere and with It another J ' occasion for eaposlng to tha world J the wide difference In the British - ' and French uMnn t.r vi#? ? the German indemnity problem. It J . suggested that the French threat ' to occupy the Huhr would be renew- < ? d. and thla tlme, supported aa It < - .would be~by the Brussels Qoeera- i aeent. would aaaum...

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

W9r. - f t? Kv SIX7FITN I AUTO RACES TO f BE FEATURE OF f ROANOKE FAIR I Fi?ht Of The Pick Of Ameri can Dirt Track Drivers Suid To Have Entered For Fcur Days ' t r r-t to the automo1 .. r.> .- > .<? belt g < ne of the prln. il r r.irtl* f^r the entire ' < nf th? ilreat Ronnnke Pair. T * ' if)-* II '? ?aM. will constat ' ?s.' '?.>!??: flet i of nationally r* ever started In this > ! . If r>'t la tt.s entire South. >: c't of t.^e i' ok of America's r-eiipst d'rt t:n k stars will arrive Itcaro ko tomorrow or the next r i.nd W l.l heg:n work Immediately ; tlrg th< flnKhlr.g touches to their . in'.* in preparation for the con: ??. Tte first front, following the N ^pWKoTftlk&Westeni srnr.ni i r in rrmiT mat 28. i?2a WEST not MD I rave Roanoke Dally. 4 015 A. M.?For East Radford. Bristol a-d intormfdlte stations. 4:55 A. M?For ColutnPus. Cincinnati and the West. Sleeper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 September 1922

i ' >j?^ * ' V * Bn^*-' "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" n?e Roanoke World-!*ewe Is th? > oeljr afternoon newspaper In Virginia receiving threw leased wire servMM. ' VOL. 40.?No. 67. ' I AtfEUROPt IRy v ? - a 1 AT Hi OUT OF III L . ?? - r < ?BH^tA MAV IICIP , nuuuin if in i iilli FURTHER INVASION I Development Of News Only Magnifies Horrors Of f Butchery In Asia MinorGreek Soldiers Mutilated? Fire At Smyrna Continues ?British Fleet To Block Crossing Of Straits. t London, Sept. 16.? (Bjr The Associated Press.)?Succeeding dispatches from Constantinople. Athens and other centers tof information in the Near East only tend to magmiy tne laie 01 me tragedy in Smyrna. The greater part of the city la in rain, laid waste by a conflagration of incandlary origin, and the flamea, according to the lateat account, had ranched the water front, where the qdaya were crowded with fearcrazed Chriatlan refugeea who fled to the city aa the nearest port of escape from the Turks. * Ma...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 September 1922

pS ["TWO R0AN9KERS GET~ p BEHI1ROANOKL * COLLEGE PROGRAM It ' . Jt r, J Burhnpton Announces Agreement With New Organixai t:uns. Of Present Employees *' .1 ' l v i n 1> v |)r. <"h?rlr? .T ?Sn I : r : f llnmioke ffcl. 1. * .1 'i K ?Nf>lirrda>', a ' if I > |?r??HI I"ti in? 11 > ( i - ' :u ?l Uifir ?U|ip?rt to ilir | a * tl'? i>llf?ii* ft-r .u-quirHC t. luml They.'tiCI n;r. ! {. : an ore,?nUatIon to v.ti, v I!. in rnUlrg th ? : ii ; . t < li W \V. m-xlcy. f i rr in i v I l:eu<l II. v in t. ti ?.-? made liy Hira-e M. Km f - si r Hit nil ifif.oiilmf the Hi'' vathrrin j with i H" i: r.lr rlak I nit. The it i ; v< tl that ah organl^a1"* ! ' .! It; 'itkf part to the -.1 ... -tl. . to-Li faj.lnwi.il. Lii?: r ; <hf PI -'1. il.ul > t "iii'k'f has (lvtp j .r i i.'y u:.<l what it ni..y t .. I - - Ifh.-' h .f tte . .' luoj ? h> 1. Ht.H a.l.lr- ss...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 September 1922

^ * - x . -v CIVICS DIVISIONr mSRFHINIlW MO W FOR COLLEGE ' ? ' Endorsement Oiven The Undertaking At first Fall Meeting Of Organization. Kfforts of the Association of Commore* to secure the rresbyterlan College for Women for this city received the hearty endorsement of the Civies Division of the Association, at the first fall meeting of the organisation yesterday. Kev. K. S. Owens of the Calvary Baptist Church, was the principal speaker at the meeting, which was attended by more than IM women yesterday afterpoon In the assembly room of the Association "of Commerce. The Kev. Owens opened his talk with favorable comment on the reSrtof the work accomplished by e Civt'-? Division. He?announced as his subject."The Psychological Basis o{ Civic Service." | In warming up to his subject the Rev. Owens brought out tbe polnt wat ?oi7 ma minfl U) WBICD We 6lve our attention enter our Uvea, le as Id that the future welfare of a child depends upon the environment In which he la placed. In thia co...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 September 1922

l| II SOCIAL ANI MRS. J. W. SH J Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M PI L' h* \ ol AM) I. A" ft 'The \ J i? ? Kfrat hi* place, dear. Ami l! ahy i;. ii |;reai bin aky; I>ui t!.? i.-lbit.K el?e In lha L'nlr t - t?' < '* >i??You and I. J .. v tt.v other?, after \ j ? ! ? ; the World. hut Juat A j-i? ' - i?n . . . for me. for T,i\. to 10 i:uk; . A t? * year. ur.J a thousand V. II be ft.'lv a thousand years: But the f! a breath Is alt there 1'v.r cur borer. our joys, our fears!' t j t... -.-iel.es <>f Tune are nothing. I , vi u:: ti? day ? are t hrougft ?nt only ">? single moment. n i ! ir.c In peace to you. , ! e spa- >s of time and the heavens \i?v he ever r great. but you see '.?<>! .> ine.tn nothing?less than l . H.\ ? To tne eririrs of you and of n\e! A d the word and the blgncsa of It. \!ul v 1 <t Us sheltering * ' !'.s> ' r tt l t-hat counli at . : w- rld that...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 September 1922

.1- "JL,' ( What the Young 1 By Thornton Home th!nga that mut Kaperlence alone can I 1*e young Fox who had been fore-1 ed to live by hltneelf had hla flret leaaon in Independence. He had been out by hltneelf. and caught hie own food. Very proud he felt. Ho had ? "fill to feel proud. To b? proud of Independence |a always right. There la no finer feeling In life than the feeling of Independence. How that little Fox did wish hla mother could know what he had done! There wasn't a doubt In hla mind that ahe had forgotten him that day. Hhe .brought nlrn no food and he waa certain that I' waa becauae ahe had forgotten hlni. He would like to ghow . her that h? could take care of htm. aelf even If ahe did forget him. Hut there were aome tninga that little Pox ddn't know. Had he.known tiiem might have had an altogether different feeling. It didn't entpr hla head that he had been given a leaaon In the achol of life, but he had. Yee, air, he had. The night before Mr a. Iteddy had aald to noddy,...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 September 1922

v... .. ' * '?""~r*yw4**r*z^ ' '." ''' *,T"5a Tin Roanoke World-News $ V ft , E?t?Vl?hW! JM? . K' ROASoKK VA , VfcfclUhvO Etcty l?a* ticTPt SoymUj - UY ? TIM *:< WORLD CUKLtJK ATlON. Timet Butkimg Rowokt. Vi I' r 15 11B L'HX. IMuor Mtinberi of ^HMIeww .Sfv?M?r !'ut>U?her?~ A?pr1tt?o* H|^blfB tir* l*uD<t?hrr? Aiiocliliuo lb# Ar?ocl?tO?1 I'ffil AQ'M Buira j of ClrobUtlrtw I am Aaaorai?\j i-r? * it raciuaiteiy mi MM to th? uw for'republication of Nil Rmfl diap itct^es crt-'iu-u to It or not Mtotttf crt^iitrd in tSia paper tn.| alto Ut lor* Of* ? ;rub.?*hro hrrrta J" rORFJGN IftEiKESE^TATlVK >MHc* 4. Bitea. ft>o. Nr. I ork and Chlcaeo ?, ILftered ?l l*u?Ui(lt * it Koanoke Virginia. S-. >> 9evoo<1 CUn Mall Matler , bates ts~advance I IS mil v^r week parable lo carrier. 1 9?z* i-er rrar turab r at the o01<3r I BT MAIL tllif. OM rear I3 0U Ml. alx modtbe f- SO : Mil. (hire monthe 91 Ml Mill. ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 September 1922

; DIVORCE CANON CAUSEOF SPLIT House Of Episcopal Bishops And House Of Deputies Are Not In Agreement OF Tk? AuorlalrJ **-? 1 . Portltad. Or?.. 8cpi. 15. *? Bentl' ment In the llouae of Deputies of n*nl convention of the Protestant Kplscopal Church In regard to the change In the divorce canon enacted yesterday by the Houh of Bishops showed that there Is no unanimity of opinion for concurrence in the action of the bishops, according to expressions of delegates today. The divorce amendment provides In ^affect that no member of the church shall tnarry a divorced person, exception being made In cases where a divorce has been granted on grounds of Infidelity. * Prominent fnembcra of the New York delegation expressed opposition to any change In the present divorce laws of the church. The House of Deputies was advised today of ilj? action of the bishops " t?n the-divorce of-canon sndref erred it to The committee on canons. K.?nl..< I - -* ???v?m ?uu|iica m in? l,amb?th conference ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 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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