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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

SP^?! r:" FAIR V c''- *1 ' ' * i 4 ' si; f 1 1 -i.1 ^ * " iMgMMaMMgMMMMMt TKS WORLD NEWS ... CUmIM rfiWMK rata* 7? a itta,' couattaf aafc to tka Maa I DUpUp aiaaailad M? par tor* AU alaaatflad adTarUMoa atrlatU ;? aaab la adaaaaa < pedal catfi ntn to loaf-tars ad ? "ftlan m application Caab bum accocopaop all oot-al. . 'KB ordart Mi*cl asal Acatloaa aot pannMtad. j Mu rata or baarp black-faced tppa . ; mbmM | AU atftaHliiamli mom mat tba 1 rwmtmmrn ostoa w UN a. for 4 gubUcstloo next Borninc Mor4?r* phone jus ' 1 F* 1 1 * THOUGHT FOR TODAY - J "Fish when the Jlsh ere biting." This is FAIR h WEEK in Roanoke. Do you realise that thou* sands of new faces are in the city this weekf And of ebnrse they read the CLASSIFIED COLUMNS . ' ' ' >' J ' FAIR COLUMNHOUSEWIVES A "NEW PERFECTION" . OIL COOK STOyE j With "Superfex Burners" will be Civ en Away Absolutely j FREE A( the Standard Oil exhibit * on the midway at Roanok/s Fair. Visit the exhibit and get a free coupon. i...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

pfjwCTEES The Investor lUtlnurr A. rtfcio's irly a??l llnvj Malarll le?. ?) ; K?fvadlua l?*M at Mora Cnllr' t <>?|H>a Itate*. I lTnla?? :i > rates drop aootl Sub* I., tantislly f rrther. say within an? f. thar \r.ir >r two at most, the Baltimore A Ohio K*ilr?h?l may ha obliged to meat son a extraordinary largo maturities through refunding luana Ihyolvlrg h o:rr fxed rhari'i for i' th? system. lion than tl2(.UOO.> L' ' MS or .1 ;> that road's total Vv bond < t< t ? it s mature in nu, Vnfi>rtun?i'"y :..r the road, furthermore. the thro. big issues which com* due tier. l>e:?r the lowest coupon rnt..~ i-rj' j ? d by any of Its obllgallonr Tt.ev are all 3 1-2*. which mean* that ritual Interest costs to the < c ! patty on the entire amount of is?j . ! . t. only It.<10.000. If the com pj y ?-re requlrd to Imu* r > 6*. wh. h is more in lir...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

Market and Fi BUSINESS FALLS OFF IN WALL ST. . V Fo Renewal Of Selling In Stocks?Bonds Strong As Was Foreign Exchange l niaart p, Wmi (11/ Spfi-kl Um>e<I *'!p? tu The * < Jloanoke World-Neva.)?. ? New ror>. Sept. * .? Th# pnjy way lj? which tha political erlala 6( the Near Kaat l>or* upon toitay'a market* *?l to brine about n Rtntral ^eaaenlnfc of amivttiee, with llmhiihlng price fluctuatioita The lioi tvldenre of aantlment it haohkiK clrrlti lav undoubtedly In (a* action of the forelsit ? ' ihanje* Rterllng waa up nearly I c?nfa from the low of hloday and Kraoch franca" aiao ware "lip allfhtiy. This meant tioi only tha i?c?*ary..oC. tha entire lo?? a? tin h?at??in? ? ' the *f?k when the war scare wai be* Ing actively exploited. but It brought , - Preset? exchange In' particular hi boat back to fhe high of a wefck ago. befora th<- Turkish huplneaa began to bt nuU?*"l In the markets at all. The recovery in the ??hang? ...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

" laBYQHTKEN * r Pimples 7 lionized Yeas!! I Then Cupid? A PoiitiTt Way to H??? and to (Coop a Clear, Pure, Loeable, Kiaaable Skin fc Cup I.! Km ?lwr>jri aaM. "I love 5> you. cturiir.u I trie Clear-face, becajjir tfie K?'fe|neM of y?u. aout la r*v<ai?d it.e tiv the apotleaa tint [Jr of ticawti iu your cherub akin. I - Car" Frown* at riapln! Mtop akin Krui'tloue With IronUcd Traill never imv l?n?r where there are I>lmplr?. '. aura I romo from heaven, and pintplvR never do." Cupid's word* .rtnat lru?. I'lmplcs belon* to r.obodv's dailtmr, no matter how inu' h of .* darllnc you may bo. With the proper amount of vltamtnen and Iron In your Mood, pimples would bo n pmctual impoailblllty. The remarkable p.?w< r of yra;;t-vit?min?a v Iw-n properly Ironlzed 1* proven by tho reault* of Ironized Yeaat. Thlt <4 t . f n no r?* tnlililrr of vitamlnn end iron. htitls yca?t tronlaed. which 1* a mbJtaner nW by Itself. H<? s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

~ . ' If "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" The Roanoke WorUl-Xcnn la the only afternoon newspaper In Virginia receiving three leaned wire service*. vol! 40.?nO. 71. ' 1 SdMF nniiRT wwbwbbb vwk# i 1 BRITAIN CAN HOlll STRUTS i Feverish Endeavor to Prevent Clash?Turks Well Prepared With Ordnance and Ammunition For Long Campaign?London Sees Russia . Playing Situation For Rec ognition. Constantinople, 8ept. 21.? (By The Associated Press.)?General Harrington, of the British army, as the general officer in chief commanding the allied force*, has issued a communique in which he declares that responsibility for the consequences of violations of the neutral sone will fall upon the authors of such violations. London, Sept. 21.?iBy The Associated Press.)?While the Allied Powers are feverishly endeavoring to arrange a peace conference to clean the slate between Tnrkey and Greece and prevent more fighting . in the Near Bast, rumbles of imcpending hostilities continue to come from Constantinnnl? ?nd ? dan el l...

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

_ TWh french attilf" fmm lodge Boldi Responsible For Much of Turkish Belligerency? Hitchcock Also Joins In Criticism. Washing t>p. Sept. :i ?I By Internation*! News Service )?Kranc? la playing a dangerous game with the Victorious Kemalist Turks which In rapidly Increasing the dlafavor with fci which her efforts to dominate Kuropa as a milltatv power are viewed f In the I'tiited state* This was tho Judgment today Of Senator Henry Cabot 1-oUpe, of Maaaachusetts. chairman of the Senate Kor-'ifi UeUtiotta Committor, and Senator 'illhert Hitchcock, of Nebraska. its ranking I>cmocrallc mem ber. Both c< rdi-mned severely the open understanding between a Christian nation like France with the Mohammedan K'-mai I'asha. without which they declared the Turkish commander would not have dared to threaten an attack tipmi i.*ot>stantinople. He deplored not eniji the moral support accorded tire Turka by r>a>xr. "m i,ir . n'.,,; ii'irm...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

' / ~ DREARY SIGHTS' nmuir First "Indefinite" Shutdown At Big Plant Leaves Employees Guessing ? Company Stores Open. . * * % ' (By HmcIiI Lr??4 Wire to The ltosnoka World-News.) (Copyright. 1S22.) Detroit, Mich., Sepk XI.?Persons Interested In what Detroit would be like without the Ford Industries should take a trip today ' to the Highland Park plant ot the Ford Motor Company, where five huge smokestacks usually , emit black clouds ot smoke nil' day. There is but one showing any signs' ot lite and that is a mere wbisp ot gray vapor. Where flic men lined up tat blocks to take street cars at timsa ot changing plant shifts, today finds there only a faw automobiles and a Handful of curiosity seekers. Tha hot Uo* ittMi and ac?raa.o street vanJur" ?f? Bona. Only tha aecond hand shops mil pawnbrokers' etabllahmenta show any slsns of life, and even they are far from cheerful. Kord employee* are schooled In thrift, and moat of them have savings accounts as well as Investment* In th? profit s...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

pr - : R SOCIAL ANI Kv tote i. w. SB H Office Hour* 9 to 10 A. M Pi Tlr llur th*T OOltie In H e i If ht ?ni llfhttd I heir /ir?? imsx tin hilJ. j ah'l bow in nk "'<1 latirhter? H There in it !? ! triih a fulfil* fur IK' ?e?t to dance; He has a 1 !*.. wild fiance | | He fsio ar-1 M'-r> > he fiddle*? But I k:.iw )..? i'rtc. brown f:n*cr* Atr ca!':rtr to my hnnd. R And the J'.'iik' t < ? n*? In rullltitc. Bo u JiJ ar.J sManifely sweet. [ 1 can f rl * dur.-tikr tlnple ?' <J? thic-aab M> c-.'bcr Irot. *?r thoughts arc ?:t as s'.ranpc and Wild |j A? what 1:c s'ngr and rljiye. 1 And I t? Olid fi.l r.? rlntf he goes Anil ',:\f t'r ar< less way*. tj The rcwn say they re u thieving lot And that thev cannot stay; p The sheriff r?m< this afternoon l And ord?'i?d thrin away. Vh?t ?ou d i! > father think, or you. Bo stri ok *- d sure o( -tne,. If you whiuld ?ru*?? the thoughts X Si ie L ] My I: : ?u...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

- r" THE EVEN! Ufjrtakt. IW UC&RIWBO IWIUW Will seat a swift fiance, at the dinner table as he entered md Mlaa noticed ths odd expression that flitted across his facs. ' Are ywlflsn, Wllir she asked rather lanctiTdJy. "I was. but?say, Mlna," he ch??ked words that were about to tumMs out. "don't you go to a aood deal of trouble with ths dollies and all that." " ^ Ulna looked very tired. "1 Ilk* to do thing* for you. . M'? mustn't lump, of course, 1 didn't have time to cook much, so I got eom* stuff st the delicatessen." Will eat dow n silently and ate without relish. As soon he the meal was ended Ulna carried the dishes away and brought out her silk cloths and _ polish to rub the fine gate-lsgged mahogany .table with meticulous car*. After folding up the elaborately embroidered dollies and gathering the asbestos mats aha put them away, resert Ing on# mat of an oblong shape to place' under the lace Molly that graced ths table, which , had been pushed baolf*Ntgralpst the wa...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

iffli The Roanoke World-News i >?? roancr*; u J ^WRlfabot; I'Ttrr r>a> E?i?p? Sunday K*, TIMK3 WORLD CORf-URATJO*. flro-a Hu'dir.? Roanokr. V? ^ F rTsHBl'R.V Kdtiof ' Mi?vm of * Nt*v>ai*r Puhuaticra Aaaociatiee VWtt-r- S?-?oi.Ai>*r Pubiiahara' Aaaoctatiao 1 b? A??n<-ntr<l rrraa And I Ujr*?j of Clr#ul?llo? B1PH? Lfk? A?*"< ?!? : I'rraa ta eactuaivtly eoHWW lo Ihr i:f I r rr;>ub!lc?tloo of all r Wlv< ilmii (? cr-ntto lo u of not Bp^HwV?ln> cr- ::trrr In tin* p?e*? anil alto ?' fc tocai nraa |>jb' ohrd Hfrtla ruREJtiN RLJ'KESENTATIVE F? piwll A Hair* |I .Vrw T of It aad Chi cm o trrnl ii !' ' ?i Koinokf. Virginia i a* Sonond Clae# Mall Matter rates in advance 15 ere* a t"f ?r* ? rajabi* to carrier #0 54 per ?<ar I t.r?l> * at tb? office UT MAIL one J ear 8S 00 [ Bfelljr, en aj< nrtx 95 SO Dalle lli-** n-.-ntha .ft 60 Pal'* ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

MAL ORDER BUG BITES NATIVES OF ST. THOMAS Merchant* Are Indignant Bnt Parcel Po*t Receipts Show Deliveries of One Thou, S.?J ??aC * ' ?hii vuuan worm 01 Goods Daily. Charlotte Amalla. St. Thomas, V. I., apt. ?. ? (By Mall.)?St. Tbomlana have been bitten by tbe mail-order bus. Pretty catalogues from American mail-order houses ars to be seen everywhere, and postal records Indioate that goods amounting to 11.000 day are delivered in St. Thomas alone by parcel post on a C. O. D. basis. Merchant# Ave Indignant. Merchants are Indignant that their stores should be thus slighted, hut give as a reason tor their-Inability to compete in price^arlth the mallorder houses the faot that they are still loaded up with high-price roods delivered to them by American manufacturers and exporters as soon as shipping facilities were available after the warThose who buy by mall say they re able to make considerable savins by buying in the United States, and they are becoming more and more Axed In the habit...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

Uiir 3fu (Published b ?dk|#r* WU-JaM IW4KER LL01 , Jcffersonians _ Elect Officers i lir ^ trail Irani*.) The nun I.iwrury Society held Ita hrvt mm n( in the study hall jratiidav *': r mI.o'I with Mr.! Mel* orfad I r. ?! 11: K The attendance vil f Mod Ia - ' tided qilto n few rata a- J v.: did not take part In tf' * <!> )-."t year. The purpose cf the meeting ?as the election of nfh ?i? a; 1 the i rpv.ntmrni of committer ? The follow InK officer* were elected: Treslder t Moorman 1'arker. viceEra?ldr:it. lo-ru-m MrtlKir; secretary, loyd Thorp. treasurer. Cary Thorna* aerc-ant-at-arm*. t'hc*tcr Stut?man; chairman < ' Ircgrnm iVmmltt??. Wlll.atii. l'.Lrker chairman nf Metnb?-r?!t:i> t'ommiltor. Klery ltowyer. represent*: tr.. Jtirrrnr NVorldJy'ews etaff. Virgil Frai.tr. In the absence cf t- r pre*tdentelect. Gordon Mi-tiger. the \ lc*-preeldant. to. k the < hair. William f'arker. chatrmar- a|.pointed Klery ltowyer. Lloyd Thorpe. Gord...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

PPRW r'l,'' MOOMAW REPLIES TO UNION APPEAL . Say? That In View Of The Facts The Lew Ma* Reen . Heavy On Producers During tha past taw days blank* have baan received at thp offlca of th* Virginia Farm Bureau Federation for contributions to tha striking shopman. On* of/the blanks ?ras received by B. F. Mootnaw, treasurer of th* Virginia Farm Bureau Federation, according to JinJormatlon r? calved at Farm Buraau iradquartars, who rgplled to tba ro sweat made by the striker* that ha bad already mad* what ba considered a liberal donation and so bad every producer of food products. Mr. Moomaw'a latter In full follows: Mr. J. II. Walthall. Chairman, fa MaoBsln Building. Tloanoke, ."Irglnla. Dear Sir:We are In receipt of - your appeal for some financial aatlstaneg Id your I cause arising from the preeeut I transportation strike. Would advise that wt f??i tha' w# have already made a tremendous contribution. because we can deanlMdy traoo totha railroad atrlka a loan of II.o? par crata on somet...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

.SENTENCED TO PEN iCANNOT ENTER IT i Stuart Man Has A Peculiar Experience When He ApplieS,:iAt Richmond ?i? Stuc;i. S.-rV : ?At thony T. Itojr jv Holds. <f Patrick County. who was convict-l ?f k.::.ng his son. Alvin n?yn?!'." ? P. > - ' er. lflO. and icntenred t < tight years In the penitf nt ;.i-v .? hating difficulty In : > Cat Institution. He present. 1 1 itr?. If at the penitentiary the oth.-r da." :<> fttid that the gates were e'">e.! t . Mm and the authorities ref.i* d to admit hint. Ileynoltle carr.e l-.c . ' > Muart ar.d naked the authori*.. > a- a special favor to allow I : n* t -My iri J a I until he could be ret- on I t?. the Institution where he Is to the next lew years. Wlliam J.. .K>,-e. who Is attending the Fob rat curt. yesterday $xp'air.e.t t u- unusual circumstances In the case. t. It en a Respite. Jteyjio' Is on being convicted hy a Jury took mi appeal and...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

- , WINNERS WITHOUT NATIONAL FAVOR Giants and* Yankees Establish Record For Consecutive Victories By "Same Town." dy John B. Pontrr) ^ (B? Special Lumi) Wire to Tlta World-New*. Copyright l?It> York, Sept. J' -Tlie baaebal * pun Of the' \V??t la darkened today Therf la little chance that s.iy but the New York teama will plan In the world'e aerlca of l?2J. The pfnnanta In ttw reapectlve leaguea have not been won but they can only he- toot If both of the Gotham teamf art paralyaed or ahrlveled up by a blaat from a desert When the Glanta and Yank! clinrl^ the ohamplonahlpa of their reapectlve l^guee thla year they will be the ftrat two teama of ona city to repeat penhanta together and almultaneous* ly. aa Colonel Huston has It.-" Tha financial tribute to the turn* ptHe of the R?. I.on la monercha of tha nattpnal game haa been paid IB vain. J loth Mrowna and ardlnala with the beat chance of decades to win their respective leagues have ooaed Into thj Mliniaslppi allt with the ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 21 September 1922

PrWKLYB 'ERSITYHAS " W 1,420 STUDENTS Approximately The Same Number As At Last Session Will Study This Yearr . *' - w . ? n a ? x*-; 9?. t n. it - - . . |.. ... ? ...... ' i >? !.?; > ?tml*nta ?ti 11 ? ' ?' r,( Hi*'Cnlver> SltV ' \-tt ' ? lV-fl|tlllh BO"-. ton I'|.? .1 ' \ n,|fr?nn AI ?lf rjr-.. I ? } h.ll t n n* I firrlli I IAlirt'il 1 7*<0. ia'PI-'r ?*. a* hut **?. ion N.? I n.-rruk. I'lprrlfll, T f . ?.? ? !< al>o?it nliat >?. f. i in. matrrlaj Ittfri.M' U> *?< ?\j>. :fi! on urcounC of thi- p?'i ' I .nor*"* il< premilrin. Ihf i.t -;?u i ' \inr.? r imiliiT |n 'h* *rji! . .t k i?? !i?* T ! n o. nmt tl\* h!?l-r - t r.. * '.wfiifi ?n*!its In th* d. |>u"rrf rI "'sn A '.?!' c < fT i'i llw anil In *npi. n*-r i-ir I n? nun* tn-nn m.nt<? up for b* ? H pioili.-iri? In th* rollBiriv if fI? ili-tmrtrrrnt "f ti?-n- , . tifi A *f I i" t'" .! ...

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

FAIR V 1 TBS . WORLD NEWS CUmIM rtfiMn nut T# Mat cowrttac ? word* la tkft Um DUa'aj aUaMtftd Ma par M|. AU teMM ftdmgaiof atrt?fyj Htb la advance tpaatal caab r?ua tft iosc4ara ad r?r(ia*r? n application Cub bum ftoeoispany all out ol ?p?n order* '^mmdnmnn Mt pcmitMd. ?'? Ptiw or bttrt bleU-facrd typ* 411 idtmlwmuii Mat pmoS th* boitam office by 14$ p. a. for pabUcatloo Hit noratuc; Saturday* PHO*r S14S. _ ? . 1 " ?? ... i A THOUGHT FOR TODAY "Fish when \he flab arc biting." This la -FAIR WEEK in Roanoke. Do yoa realise that thou- ? aands ot new faces are In the city this week? Ar.d of cotarse they road the * CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. v_ ?J FA IK COLUMN. HOUSEWIVES A "NEW PERFECTION" OIL COOK STOVE With "Superfex Burners" will be Given Away Absolutely EREE At* the Standard Oil exhibit on thrjnidway at Roanoke Fair, "visit the exhibit and get\a frec coupon. 1 Alsda 5-gallon can "POLARINE MOTOR OIL" free each day.-i ^ ? tsos ? * * # V J Good wear Tailored Clothes cost lets. wear. (eel. loo...

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

B The Investor .'jt" ft Stat.: -.1 J l'? affiliated K? Stout-* :l : 't adopt tlie policy of ? e e rj r. -i! a :?.: > * thr>L*b bond IsB>- ?< * Li.'', i > .ri?o ago. Money Ek wo* d<ii> * tl.it time, unfortunately ..for t' t. us "il companies ' wMfl. - : '? > T~ *<-1 h.tl moat of th* trtfue* lit' If < n Uar a ^ per cent E ooui ti l'vj," * 11 of tlie oil 1l?t V. will if vi .. rat I '.<li of this I'hurv acter wI'd the ln-at rutlnK ?.-iV?ii . \ i" ' r \ .1 *v. hnunr* A *? luiliii i- lit- >. : ; > been made for t'-vif... > > . ol tlie*e borrow - - V f < ...fllrd u ri?tnm WF. ?f t. ,i . ? they Inserted ho-ids reserving the 11 k 1.1 t : i'k. ! .. Ti.pt before niHt'j.iljr .-1. n et f the Issues des.-ri d ' >" .i. a rob ml 1921 and are ]ik< i t !i .' .I in some enses bej 'fore t'-.i appeal will be ...

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

r--'? . 1 -MM nefC*?e9BBSLl.ll w* Market and Fi EXCHANGE RATES | SHOW CONFIDENCE .i 1 Price Movements Confuting In 8tocks ? Speculators Test Stability of Long/Upturn. IPy 8p' < lul l.runfd Wire to Tfl* Itoanoke World-Newat tVall Htteet, New York, H?pt. 11.? k ? Tb??trustworthy IrnJrx to financier sentiment and the Ku ropes 11 situation today #?? not tk? very confused movement on th? stock rtrhanfi*. but rather the course of the foreign ? chaiiKes. Marks were higher. Francs and ater'.r g a" tarlfle lowef but the main point was that tha flunrtuutlons should have been so amall Tft^ fact that exchange rates eaemed to liave steadied down on a level quite as klgh as that pre* vailing before the Turkish question 'had entered the market situation, wil - pretty lonvtiiclng proof that no great alarm waa fait In Industrial bank* Ing circles regarding the outcome of the troubles. In the stock market prices started In higher, hut after the first half hour the dealings wore given over ...

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

r" pi frSlXTKKS I'HPING ORAFDS" l MUM AIRING wCharges That Ex Service Men u., Improperly Committed to Be Investigated?Forbes Amazed. ly ' S. ;?*. :l ?<n>- the IIV l?rni::c>:ii>! Ni ? < >'rv>?Charcot th*t !< ! ??r veterans Jn state NatiQnal Cash Registers New and Second Hand for Every Line of Business lonrtf prior# monthly |ii?mrn(i. >?? lnt?-rr?i rharfri. U rltfrti guarnntrr. F. B REID, Sales Agent. M H ( urnull Srrtiff Dtp! IV. ? Krti. Jr.. Solramnn Bristol, \ a. * The National Lash Register Co 10 K 5.?>tn Are IWtuftn Sew Market flout* aud Jeffmno street KOANOki: VA - - _ *1 an 1ZC 1 sed Milk can 20c KER SPECIALS lb 29c E aits, pkg flc ; 21c 8c 7c ... (large package) 28c Spaghetti, pkg. .... 11c a mall can 27c > jar 14c lato or Kippered can 31c | each 59c ..... can 10c can 9c , :oeETEA mnila TVioo Proti/1 a. In Ha 4rll(klfnl hlrnd, an a rum a? a taatr that la at ...

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