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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

sss ?I]CRoanoke Ulorii-Ncms JS^J VOL. 40.~No. 72. 1 8 "V A Q B 8~Q DTY ROANOKE, VA., F.PIDAT AFTERX.OQN, 8 E PJLB M B E R 'jg, 1 9 22. P R I i: B TvT*E K UK N T 3 I ? - "* . J> . mil , n , ' ' ? * ' _. _ _ I 11? H DISORDER IS AGAIN RIFE IN : MANY SHOPS ^ Fights Between Returning Craftsmen and Mew Workers Reported From Many Sections?Decision Expectx ed On Injunction Saturday Morning?No Indication of Material Change of Word' ing. Chicago, Rfpt. 22.? (By The Associated Press.)?With the railroad world waiting (or the decision hd has promised by 11 a. m. tomorrow, Judge James H. Wllkerson, In the preparation of bis ruling <on the Government's strike injunction, was without any 'suggestions today from Attorney General Dougherty (or modi neat ion of the restraining order issued September 1. The only features of the Attorney General's bill Interpreted as in any way modifying the order ny? In effect lay in clauses clarifying the phraseology.of orig nal passages and , in...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

rmr W- ' ^ TWO TO OBSERVE THE IIEWISH NEW YEAR . _ J|?propriate Services Will Be i ^Conducted At Beth Israel [' Synagogue and Temple Emanuel. nifr?jr" -r.- :-i Uoanoke, Mntt"! lr J>? iplo. will close Ir .1., . 117 from t. Hjvelcx k i ' . ! i v it riiIii?r. with a l;Mv ?xc :u! t'rvinct of the N- iv M'lo of the ^UBtaidh f hservvttic Hi u Th l? !" < ! i .. f n "? t. ceemottien Bp.lhr .( ? \ S . .. i. nr Ko*li i . iix i<s3 mnvt ^Kakrati. ii .1 .pi e tn t . orthodox In id. . Serviced will be :.ilut-!i ill ti.o Uetli Israel Hj^'iuuck' t" to iiii-t'iatc one of tlje Haii'l r* i aii - Ii" nivs of the Jewish caler. In- iia:. ]; . J L lluhn, rabbi H l)( the >> I.I - ,iV I. .i i officiate. Ar ihi l<~_ti: i congregation,. Frank iti !'.?.? ! ,n ! Third Street. tcirgioi . .i. ?i i "'the new j cut ^Btrlil I'tori i n Kio! i j jui;lit at ti;30. H X' I' M y. i-' will chant the eivices t'i t". ;: iiltt lonal Hebrew Jtatniiot' d t thi tnl...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

t' / s " ' \ t MYSTERY BAFFLES IN N. 1. TRAGEDY v?, Officers Have Many Theories But No Announcement of Tangible Result!. New Brunawlck. N. J., 8 apt. II.? (By The Associated Pren.)?The mystery of who killed ths llev. Edward Wheeler Hall, rector of the ( Protestant Episcopal Church Of St. John the Evangelist, and his choli leader. Mra. Eleanor Relnhardt Mills, wife of the church sexton, seemed ai far from solution today as It wai nearly a week ago when the bodlea were found. Authorities turned to questioning the Individual members or the llttU church. Indicating that the Investlgalore give some weight to the theory advanced h* ie?n? i>?i-? > ?t nui , LWUUlf tectl ve, that the alaln couple mi) have been the victim* of a person Inspired by rcljgloua fanaticism. An obeeasloo to-be cenaorioua of th< conduct of- the clergyman may have prompted the crime, according to thti theory. Willie the Investigators have Indicated they have a definite theory and It po...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

Bf' Br P rouR 1 SOCIAL AMI MRS J. W. SH Office Hours <J to IP A. M P mi iMiiiiii ii I Wbmrt t? i. HE* (u.,i ? :'i t n>, !pfe walk* T Hlf *> > s ' ? 'li lad on.* \, -t- 5 . >?r lot ? w. > cu'" t. Ifh.u i: tow r.w <W? C.L. . nBd D? (.> j?-M , ilut ii. i k. Xil* it T~ : , i- ' rr ?.i J. ; Xl?e ' Their w Anil I.' Uttiat ? -1 !: > i?! 1 C*ll J. A l>u it : r .nI ' t J V'ltu ! : t u wmk' In lo r . r -.n. a*. In ml I-.i : ?1 t For in ; J Are r *..?.> : si I'l. Ill- - .V C *C ' 1 ' The l..: I - v r y i 1;. i i-" ? .. k r. \ o. ; Tin- i : - K h>. No i'. v : . 1j>c. A 11 : > : : > ?(i J| . L.W.f. ... ) .'. t-.tr :? s .r? llrlilkr I or Mfa. Hasan Airs M i;' ' rialm-il at two t.-i' for .Mrs. iv tills II.ik.- . ?? w ... i? .?v i- t.-mrrow f.-r It. -. Alii ; !< 11vt*. Hr< al Country ( luh t Ono of ll..- j : hif.f ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

*v ' ; I'm ' - w. . r ; :;v ; * PERJURY CHARGE AC1ST WOMAN NeWDOrt NftW? rnav C?. -.^, B?- ?wj? wr gage In A Verbal Clash Ourj ing The Hearing of Case Newport N'twi, Kept. 51.? perjury . M the again at Mtenle Hat* grave. 'colored. Jn corporation court ta?ay. NW la . accused of having o?mmU(?4 tlil* offense b)r dfclarlnit in ' Mlji a court that tli* wu the wife of UMla Robinson, while court records end other documentary evidence allowed her not to he his wife. . C. C. Berkeley. 81st as Attornr. end T. J. ?'i.rl?t?n. ettorny for the hameti. spent several minutes this morning In argument u to sdmlHability of evidence. V " ' the course of this argument. Mr Christian stated thai he Wished the court to hear all the evidence of |*>Hre court, hoping to show that ?? . due advantage had been Mken of the ' " Ignorant negrme. . 'Sloes counsel for defense charge that 1 took undue advantage of the Itrpnrnnt woroatiT" ,ashed Captain Uerkcley. "Then t say the charge te 1 v,U|ioot foundat...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

I Tbi Roanoke World-News i.nert l?"? UOANOKt: VA H HrMUibol litri l u Ditri S_:ad?7 ' rmts IMIRI r> C MRI1IRATKO*. H tfr? Bu:U)ui| Rotnokr. V? Z5HH n> I- rf?npi ns, mm*. Mtn twr? r WMnn ?(?tr.i*r PoKwhrrr Awootatloa Hmlbrrr KroMi'l Pub i abera' A moo alio* HK Tbe A?aoo:?t?vt I'rrM AfldU Our??'l of ClrevUtlo* tm a??o, tit i>'?i i? wrtiwtiy anto lite LV < r f ;'Uhln*(tuo of all di?p?:-r-? ro 11 or aot Mwhirila credited tr> ibit paper ?r>.l alao Hlk* local eeara piiK'abwl hereto FTkkjc.n" r i rlir.*f vtati v ~ (Haul n p< ?i fft - "Iii RiinnM. Virftniil M Se--o" i C")U Mall Mailer KVTE? IN~ADVASC* IS ewnta per >mH parable lo carrier. M'.'t per fir parable at ibe office BT XAIL Dally op a year MM Daily. ?i* m.cb Daily. i rr r n.otifbl .91 AO Daily. o?.? cneci'.b "....... Sl'.AO TK firiiONKS During tt>e Da? All Calla Si?2 At Nlcbl 5 .10 I* M. ?c b 30 A. M Bur n'a? office 3I4S Editor.. I lVpa...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

I ' " ' ' "4 . . \ ?1?P Sit \ (Published b X&ujt- V^> *TA?tfrt WtUJAJt mm. LL01 V. M. I., Jr.j * ? < Opening Game Of Season Fair Grounds Every student In High School la expected to be out at the Kalr Oround* tomorrow afternoon at t:lt o'clock to root for Roenoke HI In the opening game of the eoaaon with the v. M. I. Junior varsity. The old school spirit will have a chance to show Itself. as this promises to b? a hard ems and the husky followers of aches l>avls and-L>uncan will need strong support from the sidelines. The V. M. 1. aggregation Is.reports ed to be ens of the strongest "scrub teams" In the State tbls year and the local boya will have an opportunity of demonatrating their proweas early In the season. Several "prep" and High School stars from Southwest Virginia will appear In the V. M. I line-up. A number of these formerly played for Koannke High School and their meeting with their fbrraer buddies will be somewhat of ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

I 'lufti loiToir" I BV PARIYIEA0ERS m' i [XfoOormick Tells What O. O. P. Has Done?Simmons Counters W:th Omissions. v - l'v the Int?rnat|or;i 1 N < - >? VVith the Am'rlo'i i > to rata dMnnriii N vmihor, l o' i<-at part lee la?u?<l r- M\: y-Seventh Conrr f 8ennt.tr V . K. H--piiMioan. LlJllnoln. 1. <' I'Klelutlvc ?Chlct < <! the national <: !? . ii'.'l lifted tlio= 1 nation , .>riiI v ?;a to the ; *. < Sena' : M. ' . v ' nr.irk, chairman ( I ti.i- rtvi .nan Senatorial CVti.iu.t: i I. i ; h! 11 .. n fun. grrm f<-u- ! I i? > fr -Mt ilfrt arid Aarlrulrir. .1 .. . i :.\> mi llon tncn Otil of wi'tl. "It hn? wniii'i .1 10 Ijw the Kclloitir < rcdjt * m-i. Ii?s lor control of the p.i 'm- c Itistrv and the irraJn trade i tatloit of Iminljrrstlon nr.d - fiMo 'or mlck-Qood bvdft't i- t t. luiln t a of it ?'?* r '?* 1 <* ' ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

PEERY HEW BY MONSTER CROWDS ' Democratic Congressional Nominee Makes Big Hit In The Ninth District Brlatol. Sept. tl ?Two remarkable Democrats meeting*, the like of which have not been seen to the Ninth Virginia Dletrlet In yeara, have ^ onvluced leader* In lb* ciminlen of George C Peery, Democratic nominee for Congress, that the trend not only over the country but In the Ninth District la this year clear-cut In Its direction toward ttcmocricy., Mr. Peary has spoken at JoneavlMe and at Prarlsburg and at both places ? *as alvrn rousing ovations. More enthuslasni for the Democratic candidates was shown at these two Places Ths sts? of the audiences far exceeded the expectations of the Perr leaders. Preparations are already being ,?a?l? for tbe meeting hero at eight o'clock Monday evening, October It when tha nominee and Venator Claude A." Uwangon are achedulad to make Dteches. The meeting likely will be held In ths Virginia courthouse. Ths crowd which heard Mr. Psery at Peerlsburg wae ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

I THE EVEN * xprrUkl, l?S Kl. : Till III MI'I K. (Copy1 ?. lit. 1> w. Wfrnir l Hannah h l.ail been warned ^ utloKi Hi r un'^fr when tall, BE' dai V. Nwlluu l>uB mer c i I*- In'. She had V' JlafaKlu'.l ?' ? iKhl. that lh? bin R'tnaii 'all g> m . *. lowering hi* mpi- voice l-. a > ..'h? ncce whenever !?V . ' 1 could ever niiow ' ta-mf. r I" n \ . I . n nimself. short"f-" . I* befo*. r i Ullage, told her K>' that li > i. x ,,s hie i-urre and BR Mill:ht i?? ?.? well If she i mart i< .1 i ' nly looked wise and l i I "> ht ad against his [ V?'. Hill T ? ' .4 ' .nr i'?i > f'v. In* Iti ! ." ? ?ii'l >" her nrctloit 5 ?."'of th. -.i-'ry tti.o wan a dtepar1 ft uifenn : > N wm warned kKMii.-l I i ? ;'i Hull. but lie, Inik, A UuKu.a .' liu.uuht that Hie [ . Jla nt> II .- ' .!.. ln.ti:,?culal? a* a ,l wliii. i*.ulwiii'. could be anya" ttuii^ I i.t .. c'l.iium kei-prr...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

!T " j , rr PURE I MHJVHAnBBttBSSSHSSatSHQ^BSBaBSCaBi a?itr um with p*uu VfMt '"' { A? oo? half-cupful of bulUr to a pint of warm milk. % Sift Mtta cupfuln of ftuur with a to?aooftful of aalt and a tabtaapoooful of iunt. turn m? nor mixture Into the float1, which should biY* been warmed, then add four well-be Me a tni and a halfcupful of good. llrely potato y,aa*t SPECIA SATU Gambill's Best Flour. Metropolitan Flour, p Jefferson Flour, per I Seal of Va. flour, pei Old Dominion Flour, Meal, 12 lb. bag . . Chicken Feed, per ba Pure Lard, per lb. . Compound Lard, per s 10-pound Bucket Pur 5-pound Bucket Pui [ Corn Flakes, 3 for ... I Postoasties, 3 for . . . Scotch Oatmeal, pack > p^hSjoTisrMCiisnsRAT^TiQ CARROl 215 Nelson Stree I : SPECIAL FOR I SATURDAY ^ Armour's Star, 29c lb. ! "Buy a whole or half J Ham." k ? FALL VEGETABLES " October Beans. . Cornfield Beans. j ' Lima Beans. . *i Black Eyed Peas. ' Iceberg Lettuce. . N. Y. Celery. ? Cabbage. ^Norfolk Sweet Potatoes. 6 ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

p^p^TWEf.rE i' i ' i ! _ ' Hf the WELL-DRESS ED MAN I A* A/Alfred Stephen Bryan JBh I H/ C.er'^H *? ? MM ? ?!?? I? yr ;p- -> /H w What To Wear AnA VVKcn And Where To Wear It I flrrrr^ftKlik ??. antooth-.Yap OirrrMli New York. ?cf>t II.?Warbled denial /"' K! font M.ort- Y<>u may hr?-ak. you may / M] . ihaier ih<- vare If you wilt, bat the rfnit rr f ' ,h-* 4iid m> on. Speak Inr prjic fc.-olly, litMeatl of poetically, the (clamour / - "l t #..k.,.i. .lilt I'llnit. to the troo.1 olit e . I form-fitting nvmnm, notwithstanding Y* (hi- rrcrnl ifmnrkaMn trend toward limp, ' t^xj Illicit-*)., loose-draping iiarmrnn of the t^f'* 1 Itsglsn. Ouards and iporii typo. / .i*. fl/; *-t V The re la an Important distinction 1m-- / i \~ 'Ml / I \ Ini-i'i close-fitting and loose-hang l?K / 1 \ j X I \ vergu rnients which only the knuuliiK / V \ / y . 1 lew trouble to observe. The fi gute-flex - it * I \ X JL Vl Ing ?-*at. being. In h way...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

" GENERALS STILL" IN POOR SHAPE . Outlook For Washington and Lee's Coming Football . Season Remains Gloomv . \ Uexlngton. kept. Si?Though the General*' squad has been holding practice /or only a *c?k anil thv entire squad has not yet relurned'tn .the University three scrimmage* have already been held with the freshmen, the first, Friday afternoon, i la spite of the ract that sloven of the thirteen men expected back from the 1111 varsity liuve returned to jthe University the outlook for the Fighting Generals for this year Is still gloomy, several of the best men In tag line having boen lost from last *?gf. The squad Is email, only about fifty of the men being out for the varsity, due to the fact that for the first time first year men ars not eligible for the varsity. The Generals received a severe getback Saturday as a result of the - gerljmmsge when Hop Ari??go*t. varsity" end. rectirrd nn injury" to his knse which will possibly keep him out of the game for the U**t part of the seas...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

r ^ POURTEKX GIANTS CANTGET AGROSSTHE LINE I Bo Near, and Yet "Looking I In"?Cardinals' Pitchers I - Did Not Hold Up to Form. I ? 11 ? John II. I'Mlrr.) I S; < ^ : a?. (1 Wire to the Hoa I * pjri<ht. ,\. 1 : >, M(l. ?Attention In ? t . .1 ' ?irid todny has shifted . t *v r.ai League. The Vanks - ! he > ' nee ? to be going > > you. The vjlants. with 'iout. are making * t * i. ir.foresting In the older pen* wfirn a baseball .two or three games e :..i- . nshlp that It la very .:. I !< 'he necessary conteats l, o.t ? .. i: e over." Kred Snod4 :.i-* was .K.nc one afternoon In . 4 i.ira ato?ten to be . . t ?. : the difficulty of winning r.4 the verge of being' a 'I t samo afternoon he ?> t * the ball campus and .ir: vf.l rues* of & fly ball, n t . . 11 . - stew of It, and every. < !iwhat happened. The < /s .. .! , . t-w ;tj the world's ehamj ' ti r all. ; vSl.i r. \ *?...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

\ r* IF YOU WA I THE WORLD NEWS Caaalfad advert t*ta? rata* 7e llaa . rouetln* wort* U> Ik* Uo* OUplay tlMllii Me Mr. tech. All clHdM '1MT*rti*iM *?rtctl> ark to tdriM NnI?I cart rttra to |?a|.|?r? ad rrrtteir* w application i i Cart arart aroompaop all out *1 LOHTti ftMrr. MlaclaaatficaUaae tot ptrmittad. Mo rut* at htsty black tacad tjpt ? iMiniKd All sdvtrttanarala a it mob tbt offtc* by SO p. at. lor paMlctttan ntxt noraint; Saturday* by p m ' rnoxE aur .. I. . ... .a . A THOUGHT FOR TODAY "Fish when the flab are biting." This la FAIil WEEK in Roanoke. Do you realise that -thousands of new faces are in the city this week? Ar.d of course they read the CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. ... ..i FAIR COLUMN PHONE 1148. , . Roanoke Storage & Transfer Corp. For Moving, Packing, Shipping, Storage, Long Distance Hauling or Picnics. 1 PHONE 1148 Hl? A l'To?l? >BI JufCS FOR BALE "OR Wl?l"tRADr'aot"rord "c* light NiWir, met Clu awn Bed*a. goad condition l\ A....

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

SHI*' * Busineai Today Although for wholesale Brier*'- I *11 f ii u of L.*^K*-' kr ?!?!. ) ho rhanKO for R Attl I ? . ? ? considerable B Iklltirr for the varioun . kroups, (he a?l T. van >. rf t??nio complrt**? ' fit.. BT iy Olli" ' i1 v ' fc* |i fmt. Tl > w?ii made E by the (j- . ! .li'fiir u K'cuii. whuag H Indei i ill tiut iHK the Mf*.. month ji'i-i ' i ? nrlj !>u |>tr cent Bit lltf hrt i at nib . Thr inetum Kyr . grout- h - i ' .! ' ul 4 per cede Hgf- Cloth- chemical a, buildK;< ln?r II ' 1 thr rti I ?c? llMnrojU* Hi (rnu;< .. !v.r;r, ? of one or two *' point*. m ! rrrt |i ?! Ii e't a ltd- foodyEt; atuff? i. I" r ct'tu mid r 7 per 'crrtt ' > v. The index for aU tumn "i ? ! per cent htKhS tj- rr th.i:. : u...* year nun, but the Indu ' .rtr Kiuup*?loud*. ?-hi ri ttU*c cilancou*?are I u . i ii :i f t ln> e :>d of f , A'.e I..?t thr latrat price Mat r ?' any coiilinuuth i . : t .i. .up...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

*, / nancial News' N. Y. Stock Lbt~| ftwitllMt r?r*hM By 1 hnmaoa A NrKlHM ' N? II Clartk Art. W. , Op?n. Cloaa. Alllatf Cham * Dya ... IIH If% Ant IJaat Kugur 41 J? ??H Am Can 5?*. >*H Am Car and KdrV. .. i ., ... Am Hidar & L. prd ... Ant In tar. Corp. ...... ?i% >4% Am fcrftcomntiva i:?U 122% Am l.laaaad 3?H Am. U M. CI 1 At ML i J Market and Fi WALL SIDE FEELS WAR TALK EFFECT t ?: Grain Strengthens On Hews, As Stocks Weaken?Railway Stocks Share Movement. uy smart r. \im. illy Hpeclal Leased Wlro to Tha . , Kostioke World-Naws.) Wall Htreet, (few York, Sept II.? I Sensational roporta from CooataatU . nople telling of an advance of th? J Turkish army toward the Dar- ; iiauel!?a brought the- Turkish quos- H( tlon to tha front aa tho consideration i of first Importance in today's mar' i kcts. - , Wall Street waa not sure up to tha- < tlose ot busLm sa Jutt 'what truth i there waa In tho news or how aarl- < oua It would turn out...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 September 1922

r ' . . f' ElOHTKEN ^i STORY OF HIS W LIFE WIN BE . i 1010 By GIPSY I B- ?i Evangelist, In Addition to Reg- v ular Services, Will Speak J At Belmont Methodist 1 Church Sunday Af- * . ternoon. ?* C *1 tContrlbuled. * Raised In a Kir."T ramp In a forest n > I'. Krt(l*nii. Jrendins the early year* j of hij lif<- with A wandering "tribe. .-..j.vii fiu...., -... tcil an Intensely Interesting story of " hi* life and adventures at the Helmont Methodist Church, kindly lent " fur ?!: occasion on Sunday afternoon , nt I 30 r m. Thl* ex-horseman and . n?w hoy, w ho h.i* crossed th? ocean ^ ?3 tiroes and who eventually spent eix years a* a missionary In l?ondon. _ Kngland. ha* hern filling the largest ' t-h'urches lu this and other countries. It I* rot many etangclUti of Jtls sldlltv that will help out the smaller churches, us he has heen doing In Roanoke. Me has spent ttvo weeks . here and coins* without usklug a J err.t. The collection on Sunday Is to ^ pay Mm for his se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

." "I sSSs ^lj0 |lUM0k^ ^)fel?Ij& fcXD ? ^ ss^aJ ? VOL. 40.?No. 73. 16 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE/ V A. t SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 2 3, 1922. " PRICE THREE OBNT8 | . ? ' ' ... ? - . . ?? ? mw.wti raw ???_ < MAHER ISSUES REPIY 10 SCOn STATEMENT v ? Organizations Being Formed By Men Now In the Employ of the Company For Purpose of Handling Questions Arising Between Employer and Employee and With Duly Appointed Representatives of These Organizations Company Will Deal. in tha future the Norfolk and Western Hallway will conduct negotiations on questions arising between it and Ita employees In tbe various shop crafts with such emX ployees or with authorised representatives of their own selection, not consulting "foreign labor officials baring little knowledge of or Interest in oux own particular sitr uation." This was stated by President Maher today. It means that hereafter the company will hot take Into aceomnt demands made fry the six International shop craft unions,...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

[ fcrwo : PEACE PRO! NEAR EAST I RGICHTM i UltlUII I LIM 11 PEACE CONFERENCE J NOW SEEMS CERTAIN I Tentative Plans Favor Turkish i Demands?Angora Cabinet Action May Govern Imme-j diate Future of Events? France Works Diligently On' Pacific Views?Britain Not Ml? IUIC. I'ar.s. Sep: J ?tHy The Associated Press t?-Tho prospects of peace in tho Near Kaal were distinctlv brighter t >day as the French and Ur.ush cabinets ui? t to consider the tentative conditions of set? tlement drawn up by the Allied ! representatives here. These condt, tions are expected to form the basis of negotiations at the pebco eonferj ence soon to be summoned. They provide for tlx* icoccupaticn of * "en t?1'' i'!< h'.'. I .1 > te rji Th rait . ; Including Adrlatmple. up t" ttic line . uf the river Manila. vv.th a oeutral ; June along the Thr-jctio. I. ulguriati < a*,e (.until frontlet.i ic. 11 lionalti. satn>n 'of the l>ar<!?nrllrt. mainte...

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