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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

Ess gl)r IRoanokt WortO-^cros rsi| B . VOL. 4Q._Xo. 50. 32 PAQE8 TODAY BOANOKE, VA? MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 28, 1 92 2. : PEIUB THREE C B K tlT 11 & ID IP BY OFBRFOl ' .tt WARNS HIS MEN lAllklAT ii i rnn mi AbAlMM ILLttiALlI T * 1 Iremen and Trainmen Quit Because of "Unsafe" Conditions?Enginemen Say Cant Run Without Qualified Firemen?Conductors Report Ready to Move Trains When Crews Are Provided. % TODAY'S DEVELOPMENT*. (By The Associated Press.) Federal action toward Improvement of tosdKkai oa railroad* falling to sire adequate saiilni expected within the aext few day*. Western division of Chicago and Alton tied np with pans enper and freight service at a standstill, reamlt of walkoat of engineer*. firemen, conductor* aad trainmen in protest against pro*into of armed gnarda at andhOBse. III., aad Ala*ae. Ma. Tea Eastern railroad* refer* j to rmplM tTaltcd Brotherhood Matateaaneo of Way IfMplnyea aad Railroad Hbop Laborers la bowleg of aalaa'a plea tar 1? to M eaats ao ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

r ; | tw? if REVENUE I If LOWER IN '2 S: ca!l of Nearly Billion and Ha In Internal Federal TaxesCollection Cost Increases. t* ?"* ? V Aur. 57.?'(Ry Tha A ? *. ? i?t1 Press > ?Internal . reveni r.? fell off f 1.3??.000.000 In tj tat fiscal year 1923 as compared wl )e?r before, reflecting the bualne !?. f.le;rt?t.c>n which ovar tl #* country. t'oste to the fJovernme tC of collecting the taxes went Up . . v . iu? i v? ?:???.? * w? .at Total > .1;. etions of 13.197.000,000 I : : with n.isivOoo.ooo In 19: ?* i ,-je i.'p.vilfj in a preliminary etat f* rnt i** ! .! today hy Internal Hevi Blair. Th* coat i %# .j.thrrina this mini was 141.433.00 ye it : > t. r iach Iioo ur against i ? " f<T < .1. h 1100 tho year be for ""T L.c mi' iitoi i.roflV taxes toialli a|r. tr.?*ic (imi. u decrease of $1.1 #0 VK iiito.noo; iMat-n t?xn, f 139,000,000, iicTfUM of tli.ooo.000; Insurant ?& , on r.no decrease tlll.QOO.OOi of all k...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I 4 STMEpON jpES OFFICERS Cot E. E. Goodwyn, Of Emporia, Hoods Virginia Or- 41 ganization For The Year WINE AND BEER DEFEATED KtftoUtioa To Alter Tho Dry Law Is Voted Down By Delegates At Oharlottotrflo 1 C^ul?UTYl,U- A"t !S ?CoIon?l ....... wihi UK J wrniy-.Mnm EN VI* Ion In Krunct and Is widely known throughout the mate In civil as wsll ss military illfs, was thlg ?ft?rnoon elected commander of the Americas H|Ka> Otkir officers sleeted were: Vice Comnndsr O. M. Harrison, of ?rod srlcksburg; Bar geant?iit-arms Rich art T. Bctrna, of Covington: ChapIain Rev. W. i. A1 friend, of Pulaski; Historian MIm Catharine MoWil I! a ma. of Norfolk; National Jjxccu tirs Commit teaman Col. JvnJIi w Lynch, of Norfolk. Fredericksburg was selected. as place for next year's convention. w. B. Menafee.' of Laray, end Cbsrlaa McDtrinnit, of Norfolk, were chosen delegates at large to the tmlonal convention at New Orleans with & E Ooodwyn. of Kmporta. and 3. T. Lynch, of Norfolk, al...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I FOOn : jaemim-w M ? ?II .i-BaMcagaa I m VETERAN I 1 THINKS HE IS I PAID TOO MUCH 9 I j Compensation For Disabilities I f Received In the War?ReI quests Reduction of I Award. H \ On* of th* most e*t raordlnarjr let ,?lers^rrc. u < d by the U. S. Veterans' I sltereau *ince ft was first **tahliah*d. H ?recently ram* from a World War *M>t?rin. ' The unusual feature about * th* Utter was the fact that the ? aovernrr.ent was allowing him toe H s ntueh compensation for disabilities H -received and the Bureau waa re* V quested to re-examine his caaa with t* the \iew of establishing a baela 9w.hlcl) would be more Juat to the InUffnu of the government. * The letter follow*. In part: ? "Vour ietl?r. dated June 2t. advises to that, ac a result of ? recent rltmu abased upon evidence of my physical Econdition, n.v award of compensation ?l.l? I*. n Increased from (la to ISO p per month, effective June 1. I acts knowledge n^h thank* receipt of ? flr?t i>u&...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I'/ OANOKE COLLEGE PROSPECTS BRIGHT 1 "T -argest Freshman Clas In History Of Institution Expected To Enroll it ram. Adg. SC.?With the addition Dumber of paw course a of study. 1th corresponding Incraases In the rculty, add with many Improvoanta to the plant Including a com n? TTnwmiiuii or (119 aomilOnj stem. R*nok? College h?i conVeted preparation* (or receiving on* tk* largest freshman dIiimi to s history. Although the collage >*? not formally open until ftcplauir It, the.dormitories ara filled sod oma or* being sacwrad soar tha illasa ground* to tska car* of tha a r flow. la speaking of tha anrollmant toir. Dean Brown said. r"Tha moat raarkabla thing about It Is that atary udani who has arrangad to antar oanoka la a gradual* of a standard aparatory or high achool. Not a nsl* sparlal course studant. uni suited to mast regular ant ranee rejlremente, has haan admitted to it*. "Tha personnel of Ilia frashman ass for ItS! should ha of tha btght order w* liava had at Roanoke...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

r~" - - " ' I IVI" ;U,P1 8tx J., ? .; * The Roanoke Worlil-IJeWs Ktlabliebed 1UI ROANOKE. VA. rabli?kc4 Erery Day bc?M Sunday ? f ? KT? TIMES WORI.D CORPORATION, Jj Tlmca Bulkliny. Roanoke, Vn. Z MhkIMM ?I , "" v?> A?rrt-in Nf* apkper PubiUbere* Aaoodatloi Souttvrru ,\r? paper Pobltabeca' AtOOCiattSl 1 br AMOdllfd PreM Au<M Bureau of ClmtUMow s li* Awut'ialro Preae ta radoairely efl * t ill a) l<> it" UN for republication of SI ditpvchre credited to U or no ii Z ?>tber? i?a credited lo tkii paper and Slot Z i o lo. ai w?i published brrrlJ I' - V.TKKJ'.N iEPRMCNTATIVK ~ rralirk 2 Huite. luc, NenjfarkooU Chlfcnyi ? 7nteml <i IV n.fflce at Roanoke. VlrfRlla ? a. Second Claao Mail Matter r Z KATES IN ADVANCB ' $ ' ' - if ,en?? per ?rek payable b> carrier. to it t?r trar nayab'e at tba ofllco. L- BY MAIL T nail*, .-r jrjr SOW ~ I tilr, rie njcntba J.aiIt. ihree niontha ; ? - 7 EUtPBOMBt 2 Purtaf tb? t&gt...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I Bungalow A I MUi of atout perealo u< pin ?V? Mitrutlaf eolora. with two pooka and ?1.I0 valuta? ' I 3-Day Sale P. I V?aa^p?? ?????? Aug Thr< Sale I Canton Crepe, Cre $ . . ~ - rc Mainly in the preferre cocoa brown and muffin ? " m - Extraordinary Men's, ?? " '..,?? ! '? | ? ? I ^ . at $1 . Good quality woven and prii " ' stripes and figured designs, I jnan's size. Your choice of sev Monday?Tuesday?W ednesdi 4 Neckweai Knit Ties, four-in-hand only, in regular values, special 2 for 25< Lisle Hosiery, 2 Good quality lisle sox in all f 111-2, 35c three pairs $1.00. Boya' Khal Every mother knows the servi trousers, we've sold hundreds o Now you can buy them at 69c I Boys' Wash Suits. 79c Each, 2 for $1.80 ' < j Good quality, button', in styles, straight pants, odd sixes only. Jean Drawers. 79c Each. Elastic seam, regular $1. I values, all sizes in the group. | i We- ' m " " ' WRITING PAPER SPECIAL 4-coIor cabinet containing 48 sheets ot papar...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

m| v : : gJQBT ? > fj NeverBei 11 Variety as > I E Size 66x80-in?Ji. * 4 ' j ! pure Virgin Wool \ I Blankets , even h At $7.29 Pair HEAVY, fittest quality pure Virgju Wool Blanket* weight 4 pounds, in beautiful dark and light ?~hOUM colored plaids. ings. 70*80 I y. * '**?. Made from long staple I : block plaids in color* I * gray, \vid? mohai I <~*s!iw 8 remarkable value, at B " North Star P // Made from selected wc pl^id* in colors of ro? ffll gA j^PPp B'w white with ; rose borders. -1wmaaB^Haammmma^ [ Here Are WearabU Extra Duty Children's Hosiery Values p Children's three quarters fancy sox, 4 pair h lor $1.00 I Children's cotton fziwy sox, J> pt. for ..$1.00 i Broken lot Children's Socks, 8 pr. for. $100 AH 29c fancy socks for children, 5 pr. for $1.00 AH 35e and 3t?c fancy socks for children 4 pair for $1.00 j All o0i* r, o children's socks and three | I' | ijuarter mvIu. J pair for , ? $1.00 . 11 Women's Hosiery Values It Ladies' nov...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

V *' ( . f J.-M I * v ?'?v no 2>nopDino centor I , 'J ^ ' I tJQZ v B |?y v1 ^i. l|C ':"laBB50^M-- * I B *'" *" ^ j fl ^HH I ! r-' ,: fi^Pk' I ;' ' * '' ' \ ^Hf^M > ^B; ' i )z?^^^?*fr w^lB^ ' / ' ? m I i <" '.y *mma^ Silver Plated Plotter t $4?5 (Gold Lined Quadruple Salt* and Ptppara Special Sale $1 Pair One lot of 72 pair* of Quadruple Plate Belt* and Pepper*?The lot include* t* ' different style*?very attractive design*. , regular $1.95 value. : ' "? t j .'.' Tremendous Vt House Furnis ^ . . * T*Hff Bayer of ur 1 A House Furnishings Item* i department, in com- ifC ' p?r.y Vilb other hay- ^B^ rrs from the MteRsin ^^^^B ^ btoiv, cr^nt several B ^ dm lu New York Cfty 'scoutirtf around' ^B^B for tliecc value*. HI* ftfa auecau it well evl% 4#Of?4 in th?c itemi ? ?. v , PERU EMBROID- | MV COTTON Be BALL M If" } . * fTfT* , 4 d(se?ntia?*d number Eiich ImjI of * food guality. FOOD CHOPPERS $1.00 Ha f?*r headers, wu ail *IM# of y*i^;aDiei ana r.?a'.?. Eauii...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I TEN I CHEMICALS IT I CHECK THE RUIN I! IF PESTS-OF SEA j z 1 Scientists Find New Means of 2 Fighting' Wormi That DeZ atrov Wharves?Pacific Ports Suffer Most. ' 2 ?ai frtne.s <\ Any. I*.?The tub~ r.?' t?rrrr of peace times la about j, t" ehec knaied. * The teredo.- borlny destroyer of which le credited with hav-> "* fnar n re ft rr:iinn dollars' worth of _d .erase t? structures at salt water ? iior". mav he definitely put out of I busmer- thr< ';gh the efforts of a llt? "tie band rf s .entlsts Who for two ^.vet-s have w rke<! ceaselessly In an _ effort-t>* find some method of de.. atroy .or thi Jittie pest that eata hta ? way th-oifah the staunchest pilings - and destr y* wharves. breakwater* T a .J marine foundations of all sorts, a "l hemlral Warfare.** . These scientists who have been ** ronluct.ne experiment* under the dl~ rectum- of I''. J. S Purd. head of the-- department of arrlcultural chemistry *r the T'nlverslty of Ca...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I-M/' ' " T ' . ^' - . >" ' t ^ >' V ' ' ' '. ' ! r "., ''v- v. . ?>.*> . # ' . : '? * .. mrna^mrmm ^ BT ~^S II H /fl /A B J /fl Kr I / II ^/ \M m\ By ix _ I K' vl ' ? " 'j^T H9^\ ^ ^J I ^^^nllMJ - s ^]a ^>|| Kitchen Cabinet ? ' V. The celebrated McDougall Cabinet?is equipI ped with cleanable flour bin, white eliding porcelain ton, metal bread box, drop auto front, and many other labor sarin a features. $1.00 l)dwn " , ,YOU KNOWas well as we do that most of the world's W done on credit. If it were not for credit, the not be any necessity tor banks. Banks m money or they cannot pay interest to depos Why Not Buy a Home of your own and furnish it the same way?o Nine couples out of ten furnish their home in ner and there is no reason why you should s married life in a dismal boarding house whei furnish a complete home in the style you det though you only have a small amount of caj down?at this store you can arrange conveni terms for...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I TWELVE "*V?J DAUGHTERS FIGHT " CHANGE OF CHAPEL tii WHfREJEE BESTS \ I Chapters Request To Strong- ^ I ly Protest Against Any I Alteration To Building r I SHRINE AT LEXINGTON I I NOT TO ?E TOUCHED H I Efforts To Alter Structure II I Will Meet With Hearty I Disapproval And Acion I Williamsburg. Aug. 26?Mrs. Cleveland I>avjs, formerly Miss An* r.ie Graham, of this city. In Williamsburg on a visit to frienda con' suited local members pf the Daughters of the c onfederacy as to their attitude on tho proposed changes to the chapel, in which rest the remains of G-neral Hobert E. Lee, at * Lexington. Va. Members of the Williamsburg Chapter Individually promised to lend its support to Mary Custis Lee I Chapter, Lexington. \"a., which Is ; t earnestly opposing what that organization believes- practical "demolition of the chapel whose plans General Ltj^. approved and whose construction he personally superintended " "--Mrs. pa via is ' v. also seeking the co-operation of the Hampto...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

r? . ^ rp QllH TumbU||L ; , . j u fs la beautiful MM d^ilKl. . " % 11 perfect eut. first quality > -eat flaw. A rafular fS.Sft ?ra value. Sale price. Ag . R#| S for,....".-. *OC Sal H dot. for S1.UO ?(Mala rteeet < ** V j a ' v ? ??m^mmrnmmm???wwi ' 8W90-INCH SEAMLESS SHEETS . Double bed site bleached sheets, matfe ot extra good sheeting. Limited quantity, i Oaly 1 to a customer. ng 1 Sale price, each ........... .. ?*OC (Mew ^IN?> ' 1 . ; .. 'r . " =H/ * Because oar recent bi< opi?ortuuity for the number day bargain event the offerii v&lucs are nothing short of Silks %<*</ ' > -' V In the Sale at I Astonishing Savings . > I . " ^ 40-Inch Cf?pn de Chi? "White, flesh, pink, Copcn, nary and black. Regular $1.98 grade,. Bale prloe 36-Inch TaffeUi In black, nary, tan. red. brown, light blue, turquoise.- Worth regularly $2.50.. ng Bale prlco.^yard vvC 36-Inch Sntiao Black, navy, gold. Cope...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

II, FOl'RTEEN' I 5 SOCIAL ANE I MBs. J. w. sh: ||| : |{ Office Hours: 0 to 10 . M. . P IMi r-LlUIIT HAPP1XESA. ^ I I ,'t . o , .-.rhle In anillcs of * 1 ? layer of Joy ao ttny-pale 'j Vi'u. may think It a tear, maybe. II 2 Eut : ' * l? the gladness tha dark u o'hja hold T.raMt.d from the lavishing blue, 1 n? r*: .r* of fern and moaa and M ; trould Wl.i ' ?pent beam touches tha i;;"? a di?. N f. -r And mite Is tha Mlas of tha evening " trar.ee When tea ardors of sunaet dla, . > V l en ? svar-kntght lcvala hit silver lar. :e ? And pieroea the purpling aky. a-CliMT.ra Wharton Stork, In The L'. r;o W eat. Ceanlry t lab Daaora Pafilar. Attendance v f.s largo at tha Count-y Club Saturday night dance. In ftU'J t or. t ? me> CiUix mr murrs uicic were inary ?\it of town guesta. .\ir.orir 'th.-*e who attended war* >!;**.* M-irttaret and Anne Byrd Wale ' * 1 -. \ rit.r i Kneed. Haww Penn. Nell ) *:e?. Katherltie Nelson. l.uelle Denl ? r V:r?Hall. Katharine Went...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

Oystiv ffi/nfff I (V?m Wtlllti I Tidewater Citie, I ~2% vuay I Tkm ?yil?r pltnti bmn open tl?H 4?fT?* <>m tNk, iM ifklli U I ^IBRBItSmMiPBP qffioduatrr. ?v.^.v^VcV\vv,v:Tr1h\7r, ?J?cr*blc ahlymcs* .will fcc nuU fMMM SOW ift? Tb? *pit?ri which w?r? hhn41< |*" 1 (mm . We are offering a glass that will b# on i only. Bowls of differ* Ofstc Boa B > Oompo: mm A- ':. K - f www; I-! ' VtaW Louis Voigt'i 111 OAMf 1 ftar* Opaa ? . l 11. w Dollar Day Bliss Bea For Dollar Day a Shampoo and Curl fi [? _ * . . The famous Boneilli Eye-brow, Arch, and Scalp Treatment am Hair Bobbed and SI Hair Shingled and ( Singe and Scalp Ti We have a full metics, also the v* wonderful Boncilla goods, braids, curls, Bliss Beauty Pa JANICE /\n vraa * vui I S.H.Hek >, >. | - - . YI ? T? We Have | s -- .Special 4 . - ': . pv/' V.*/ For Do ; { ' - 1 Come see t ' ?? 44 'Tis a Fea m . - _ A i ropsi-i Sho< i Ik;..:. v 207s. i . ' " ./ -'&am...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

uracil | VERDIGTjS GIVEN ? James S. and Ollie H. Brown1 ing Win Their Case Against. Company In Tazewell Court' Ji.v' ?Janie* and Sol. Jfr H rr c v ,.n their Ca?e be-, fur# lie County Court tot <lnX asaltic i ' 1'c i'a'.;ont.ti Bl* V?ln ' r Coil Onmr-i v *! 0n0 and Interest t<>r :.'f rr years for past ?] ? r . coal alleged to be tt. 'u iron: ' ? property sold ??ver v. j r .iri . *. u T'-r >a-r tr'rd nt the Majr , fr.'n "I n?j division ref.v-4 u;.* : " ? t'rm. ( Ju.Ira K-. r ' red the de. 1 ciilcn. j\SALEM\ S*:-m. Va Aj;. ?Swart hn-,ore Ckat.i u<i"? < m * .- > rtember is to ?1. ,\ ! ' s" ' "o .if |.?cal cuarrsn nrs a* ' .1 '1)0 mote to make the s < n a t iio. ? Wit. Mtowrr for Itrlde-Kleet. !k<t M;s? \ n ?i.i Martin enlcrtnlned r.t her K"".' 1 >. the Itoulevard Thura' ?.?>, u i: .i ?m>wer ' -r Miss Irene Jt-llf vtir.; v v ,.r .. marriage to Mr. V* tl?n ) ...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

GIM) DRAYED I BT PESKY MULES J Roanoke Machine Gun Company Unable To Load Animals On Railroad Cars CAPTAIN IN HERO'S ROLE | i i Intelligence Officer Doea The 1 ?w?v mil. H. ??- M HW ?t?Mw ??jm >| W?uersls and Colonels Look On Virginia B?mIl Auf. !?.?Tha daptrlir* of tba llttb Infantry, Vic* claim National Guard, from Camp Trlnkla, Virginia Batch, warn marked with tba aama abaanoa of oonfualon aa on ita arrival. Tha oon tinea nta load ad tha aavotal aactlona of tha tralaa in orderly auinnar and tha trains merat cn schedule nntll tha last amotion, dua to laava eamp at I9.lt. o'olock yesterday morning. a Mai as Daisy Depart ara i Itoanoka and Alta Vista troops mads up tba passengar list of tna fourth aaction and Included In tha Itoanoka troop's outfit was a contlagan t of mulss halonglng bo tka mmiklna gun battalion. Tha fourth aaction fallod to gat away from camp until 1 o'clock in tha aftarnopa. dua to tha eoatlngant of mules. Thara wsra only fpur mulss. but thay cauaad mo...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

(fc ' ?_ T CJUHTKBN , TRACTORS AND I; MANE BIG r \ AID TO ALASKA: l * , I;, I ff ' . | Remote Sections, Far From ? Transportation Brought i Nearer to Seaports By . These Agencies. i i An.-linma*. Almakn Auv 1. ? (By i ihr .\mdi i?i?1 1 r?mo|# tee- [ ? of wvk$ and month* ,**> from the r?ilr?ad under the old | 11an?i->rt?M-u method*. are being ? l?r i>sl't ??' seaport* and r? ,r.,.il i ?m l>y the airplane and ,j Tw.> ?.cii >* of Alaska. the Idlta- 2 r..,| ami th* Kreal Kuikokwim v . . urrtry. " " d from here 1n the ( -I'liittr unit .ifti r a fifteen da j?' trip * w itlt a d 'U team. can tie made In :? i tlii' iUvh by airplane. j, Ttir' :rnti.ii''.? t-nrt in the Tevolu- r t jit of lraii>i>orti"tinii method* cornea In. Ii.i ill*.a" of- .nut coal from the p nrtiij i iho railroads. The army-" v HI* *'i rpillai tractor. drauKliiK t ft on : * io to ?. breaks Ita own t-?ll t-r Ihr *-i ow und la rapidly ju...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

Ill J I . % _ _ M Metropolitan FlouT 7 Ify 0| 1 4179 Oostumers or I Clothes Trees 2PW s *?M ka*tkf< I I j tem .Mi# .k?t k ', | Fruit Jars ] I Dozen ? I Mr' - . iiiiiu ?H'i M ' '< Irttira Ml MMO B H tu . m ( Hi I ?Mrt liar |BBB| Eice Boilers $1.39 Values Mj Bit* ?r Milk Im- H B M* B*Urr*. H? P B laalM*. ? PhBmI , I Perculators : $1.19 Values pw Pan Altaian P R ; . Ptmlaiar $^k?. P^R I am. RiaRi I Dairy Pails II $1.39 Values II| Pan Alaatlaaaa H| I ?* ?- p ^ II **" $M4IM. I Kettles , I $1.49 Values fMj l-OMrt per* !- IB] salssa mirrt III keMea. ?i'?<9l ? [|| Cupa and Bancara . HI | 6 Pain for I ifsfl 11 SL ! . I Oil Lamps I "159 Value* gMfi' I'1 Kmm*r *11 IsnH. C. l . II ' ' I Baskets $1.19 Values nv I ^mEf IV rala* rMiklattlM* j [M iwi II Wash Combination "1.31 Values gpaK 1 W. VilnuiM B^B S Tab?3 Uaadlaa, B| H rnmd m M?. *?* 5 wwk >W?<| ?h? M MMkllttiM at HI Si Jardinieres 1! $1.49 Values 2MB HI ImrtI alaaa la I | Jardlalrrra. v...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 August 1922

I r w . I TWKNTT __ I [ITHLt! ICS TAKE 1 PROMINENT PLACE i I IK COLLEGE WORK | I S I | University Of Richmond Man h. I Declares That They Are " I Mr Indispensable Adjunct (?? ft f* j" tiQUICK THINKING AND ? COOLNESS WKEN EXCITED ? j By-Products Of Institution jjj |! Sports Serve To Make Tke {JJ J| Subject Worth While {? ?I Ui ; t If I?y (HARI.ES F. LEEK pr t> l" Diversity of Richmond. Aug. 26 th J ? At hi flics aro . an ind;* pcuslble mi adj net- to the life of a modern 110 J educational Institution if thev are t operated for their valuable by-pro- at J ducts. bit J parasitical if promoted Tt 'tin thf collegiate world, athletics co for athletics' sake. Before colleg" days the oUl ad- p* Jsge. "ail work and uo p;uy makes *lt1 !Jack a (lull boy" applies, but in an the rlrity- of collegiate youth a paraphrase "aJl books and no play troaies a pent>-up volume of energy t0 conducive to tragic explosions" is be a more .fitting. yo: f of K,notilfd|r fly ProjectIon 1 Ul...

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