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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

. .. . .if**"4 '.I " " -JX i.. ' f ' I .*T . " ? ' I I 1,1' ,1. no affart will W aparad l? correct all tbuioi thai may b? found to uliL Tha production of proof aubatantlatlqjr tha charin which libra boan mada la bow bain* awaltait by tha /Uovarnor and tba I'rlaon Boafd. Traveling Strong Man Loses Teeth n?' I*?- A -a ?1 * > r ?. J e ij.'i ?i ? - / GOVERNOR WAITS PRISON CHARGES ? History of the Incidents leading to Accusations Against State Farm Cited PRAISE BOARD DIRECTORS Body la Said to Have Made Every Effort Possible to Oare For Prisoners lij <11A HI.I'.* ? . WOHNKLKV lllchmond. Sept. 21.?After two year* of "reform" In our penal ayelcm. which hae even elicited nevere rrlUrlom In eome quarter* because It , 1* thought toe much I* hclnx don* for the prisoner*, the head of the 1'rlsonere ltellef Society, with headquarter* al Washington files eerlou* <barge* .with the Governor against the prlaon authorities alleging ml*munagernent of the state 1'eiilten...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

H rX;.?^ K ?* if*1. ^BgpIOBT (Fltr In I (Published b ^Hkr' Atiwtni KWtLUAM I'ARKCn. LLOl Let OP Hi Get I Back 0' This Game I The pat* receipt* of the haaeball between the LlohA and Klwan una. to l>r held tut* i-nuay. win no to hi School, according to the statement given trt Saturday. Thla moans 'that iii must step right In and-stive ner hacking to a ftmf that promises to be as inter. sting a* profitable. to k?r. The game deserves Hi's support If for no other reason than that two of the nioat pntv?rful friends that she pose.. ??f? are cnrteavorlng to once lore give evidence of their frtendahtp. The lacking nnil actual aid of the.u two IrienJ* have been of Ineatlninble value In the past and the future u III present many Instances In ilch lit will find need of a real and. puwerful friend. HI therefore should give tin m all .the support In her > vgr r. . - ' - Tickets are fifty cents to outsiders and twenty-live to pupils. The lat- | tor may pun hnee them from Mr. ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

???? THOUSANDS 0 THROUGHOl SEEK TO I ROANOKERS TAKE PART IN MOVEMENT r k . . , l) A Plea Is That Conviction Of Men Was A Miscarriage Of Justice GOVERNOR TO CONSIDER I R. Holman .Willis Makes An ] Impassioned Flea In Behalf Of Men . j (By The A? !>< InIrd Vrrmm} i Richmond, Sept. 23?Petitions carrying the names pf nearly SO.- ' 000 men and woman of Virginia 1? every walk of Ufa. asking clemency i for Slitna Allen, Krlel Allen, Wasloy ( Edward* and Sldna Edwards, were , laid before Uovernor Trlnkie In the < executive conference room this afternoon by a large number of prom- , tnent men and women Interested in i the a. isonera, who now are serving I their eleventh year for partlclpa- ' tl.m In the Hillavtlle oourthouce i killings July- 12, 1 S? 11 U> which < Judge Mssela and Connnunwaaltli'a j A m_ A.1? _ - -* ** auuriwr roNer were mid. j Heading. that the conviction of ' ?he<e foar men was a miscarriage ! of Jiistice du...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

: . ? . = I ROANOKE Wkt te r?r war *? t*-? mlicht no. ^Hmn our unrnl mtKht lead us on ThhMiKh Noontide heat, throunh ?utiWtE ?rt irlow. K/Vy der -wit randrrinx' down the 4ow u. V . could not fltid a fairer land. -V norr iwijri' anduwrrt retreat RPbaa this old (arm la. a hrrt we stand f With daisies nodding ut our feet. lr*The cowbells where the grove Is dense. The *O'"1 thrush in the deep ra'vine. The chipmunk ?n the old rail fence, Where hut his brushy tail Is seen?I These sights and sounds are dearer I E (ar ? . Than wandering* du? n an unknown way. fprf-tld just beyond the pastuii l.rr Are meadows where the children fr" ri?y 'it Is a land where re- t n !. k Where rich perfu.ias a;. Si illort. and (all h To went the very dooryard sod And llehrn en the i?M hoitsv wall. And llstrnim: a* daylight dies. We wrm to h- ar the eld Imuwe say, While tears well up to ilim our eves: ' My heuri would break with >ou away." ?Jay H. Men In Country Gentleman I'our II Club Kvhlblt Wins P...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

.. V . ' . 1 .t w V. P. I. STUDENTS DOWN TO WORK V *' Fifty-First Session at Blacksburg Sees Record Number Of Entrants Register _ 4i lllackaburir. Bert. Si.?The #?? ??? * seaaion of the Virginia Pofytechnlcal Institute began Thursday morning with the regular routine of classes and military duties. It haa not heretofore been customary to hava any formal exercise* In connection with the opening of the coland this rule was adhered to this aesnlon. Tonight, however, the new and old students are gathered at the field house for the annual reception given by the "V to the men who have catered school for the first time and the program preceding the social hour Includes address of welcome by President tiurrua and other* connected with the administration o('affair* ut Va. Tech. Tuesday and Wednesday of this eweh were devoted to the registration and matriculation of students and their arrangement by classes. In spits of the large number entering this was accomplished In record time and all tho...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

ER MEN" RTICIPANTS 10NARY WAR of Torktown?but KIokn Mountain will, or should life, (orrvcr iu the heurta of Southwest Virginians. Kings Mountain , Running parallel to the trnrka of the Norfolk und Western Railway us I rmuLVK rBACK WAT FAMOUS PA] IN REVOLU1 _ f | VIRGINIAN TURN TIDE FOR AMERICAN (Battle of King's Mountain a Turning Point For Early j Settlers of America ff " COLONEL CAMPBELL IN COMMAND OF ALL HEROES X' No Shaft or Memorial to Com- | memoratc Brave Deads of i Gallant Southwesterner j 1?> 1 11 \*. I!. l AltMlX. CTb?- f i: r *: I u "TlvJ of article? dealti.i: \\ i'?!.< history of J \ . Abingdon. > ;>* 2 J ?One hundred and forty-! wo >tir> aci last Friday there cot; gr< rated iu this histor.c ivl lov-n i t houthwest Virginia *6uie two hundred or more men wh >.-< action* ? -< > destined to so down In history along with the greatest heroes o' our American...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

pipnipwip|ip)pi^^ . I THB HnV/fl IXiU liv/i'li I By JEANNETTE toUiwWi m ' . Five Ways to Prepare C People living aMr the rout bm war wu for hard And soft-shell crabs. Tha blue rraba m Uia blf Ml and bebt of the Atlantic ocmb, the" gulf ooaat and Chaaapaaka bay, whlla tha Dungenssa la tha favorite In Paetna walora Thla crab, which la la rear than tha blue variety, aamatlmaa weighs from four to atx pounds. Two hi# Dtinccores era be wilt tnaka an amp'.a mla/I lor aia people. When tha craba molt I hay become tha prised soft-shall variety, and ara centrally fried In hot fat. Por those who ara In, doubt aa to tha ccokery of hard-'ihellad craba tha following rules will ha helpful: Ballad Qrsfcg. llur.ga lively, large craba that hard been caught or bought at tha fisherman's shop into a kettle of fast-boning water, to which a half-cupful of bicarbonate of soda has been addrf,. Boll tham rapidly for from thirty to forty tnlguvss, according ta tha rise of tha craba. drain - and rinse well In h...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

i NEW YORK PICKS I YANKEES 10 WIN I I *'Cut and Dried ' Feeling H Keep? Dov. n Enthusiasm H ll? II K.i%t ^ 1 : ? 1* l H Vi!l ! r f '> v. < ! n i H ???\ ? > | If r. n ' " ^ . . . i . . ...! . u - ( !?" * , ?...!! f , - Mly m- I j..,:.- 1 1: . hat tli.it w lit ' , t .... . . il.o.r? ?\ !> I,,. S . : ami ' iftM-r h. rv ' - ! T.nios S'l J.'Tf fropi t;. ' ! t .1 k ! 11 IT ill! I'll* v ,ii;?! > . : t ' i* vt<? y. o*i ti not | |- . tin N ittct v i _ t, ' in ? ..ll!.I hot 5 . ' v . t- i . " l.i' li* limis.-li J f i , :t i . . . i ! h (.arto t lint ho ' t... . . ' ; i; t :i':li r\..| il.l.l? On It.-1. :i ii I 1 .1 > .. I !? ? I' I.1 . . fin r li..? In. ii h . h i . i \ .'.I ii II h tit.- j.??*.- | t. !.!. .i - r. if . ri ? . that was on t.. S IwtiU'Hi M\ < ;.j>.? !. ... ' .I ' >.< 1.1.1>.i.l ti.il.ii III.a t ? r !i i: li t>ll I t I'O lii? il will I.f ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

I. .wp?^1 '. _ ENGLISH GO' FtRSl NOWJEE LIGHT Consider America's Best Can Teach British Pros Things U. 8. Used to Lssrn. i of rur riar*) (By Special Luh<] wire to Th( World-Newe. Copyrignt, l?xl) ? .There Mtini to In t aiapoai tion I* England to Mllovt that tfit tripe of . tha English professional golfers to tha United States are likely to cease, at leaat temporarily, aflat thlr year, because tha golfers In tha United Htatea now ara in a podtion where they can teach golf to their English cousins. The visits of the English rroa have been Interesting event a , rum the time Harry Vardon ft rat Journeyed acroea the tcoan and waa tallowed b an anthnalaatlc gallery , over the cnarme of thle country. Out . Bow the.. American* lava developed j 'Into A nllllra 61 instructors I oat end of constituting the instructed. In thta connection. H. II. Hilton, tha great English authority aayat "In light of peat events the American 1 golfer la JaetifUbly cent* to the eonclualon that a time h...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

V SIXTEEN | MYSTERY APPEARS I TO BE IMVABLE Jersey Authorities Reach End H of Resources With No Clue to Slayer of Rector. New 1 U'mwlck. N. J.. Sept. 24.? (1(* 'l he ,\ >!oi latcd 1'ress.)?The author! t n two counties tonight adtnltte.j th.it every clue concerning 5 the <1 4'. murder of the Ilev. Kdi ward \v. Hall, rector of the Church i f m. J hi The Kvangellat. and Mrs. Kiearor Mills, the wife of the church ... n - w h ?se bodies were found un ilrr *4ri apple tree a week ago Saturiltv. has carried them Into nothing m. re than a lahvrlnth of theories, It j<1.r < nowhere v fear that the drama that "pre...lei the death of the rector and the a. vton's w ife would never be rel e<omed evident In the minds . f the detectives on the case tonight. | Mr? Hall, the widow of the ratir- | i! tc<! re.'tor. has been tacitly abaolv- , i.' of ct i.nectlon with the crime. Not t r... person a* yet thrown Into , the limelight of the In...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

I * - ? USE FOR , . -- iin iBaywH ' THf! WORLD NEWS DialM ad vert lain a ram 70 a llaa counting 0 aorda to tba Una DUpla* -laaaifled M? par ?e* Alt eUnlM advrrtlalnf atrtrtlr ' ??afe in advaoca NnW eaafc rataa to laal f ad n?>r? to application CaaB nuil accompany all Mt ol town order > MUdanMScaitOM MM Mo ruta or bnnrr bUefc-fMad Urp? parmilta* All MI?ihiw>uU Bint m?k Ik* hu'tnr** offtc* by P 30 ?. m. for publication or it morulnfi fnurdaya by A p m 1 PUOXX 3145. j < A THOUGHT . FOR TODAY' * \ Some one has twhat you want. i Some one wants ; what you have. < Let the classified, ads. connect vou. Al'TUNOHILUI ?KVK>: rA??EK(iVl?"cHANDUt?7^ rloaad j car. A 1 Mckuln) condition. ck?p. F. O. Button, 001 BoRterard, Hxlrzn V? 1035 ! FOR BAlJt OH KXCHAMOI*?Bludabaker . r >ad?trr rX'filrni condition Will aril or M'hMi# (or lot or otbrr property. Box 013 1757 i i CHE VIIOI.KT 4PO TOrRlHO?Will dlapoox of lor quick nale ...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

"> > Bp- EKJHTKFN I ?Tg demand for I NEW -SECURITIES Several Large Flotations in fViow?States and Cities Heavy Borrowers. K I *tnt? 1 I'll- I *i - at lone of a mia tallied \. , V () ljtati.1 fur In w fcorda v.: i, -ill last ?I'fk In tile I Mr) :i.4! u it . Ii most offer*. H{ In'al'i: l- i ' I t Hi wrrc Hlifiirbvil. B-, Th' int.il.w.i* ,|.-rably below I ll.at of i nt ?.ck when 1172 525. t'00 H u ' i n ! - v n I i i: k !i t ollf. I but iv < ;; a'' v. ,lie weekly average B -.ire. ir.l (ear of I a .-r. i I :n?m of the so Idler a' I i.u? ! . 1 hail a lei lUttey to <-ur(all H' t I offeringi ami a:? > t i<t < fractionally. 1'orH>i f ! !? -v. ! r |iri ??ur? ineM i( the nlu't !.k" Kurope con .em ?\>r ib? .N'i ar Kant situation ' - Il-.vvev.r. teere was a Kooil dminil' I f.-r the It?*. - crude of nop-taxable B isvurv n'.-l ! r l-:Kh trrade first mortH rare I ' I ' I- V I t'lS the llo.it !n*f B ....

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

T?1?BSprMg. UBLL. JL.. I II ... T Market and Fi UNCFRTAWTY IS' CAUSE OF LET-DOWN General Suspension of Speculative Activity in 8tocks? j Late News Hopeful. Mr *imh r. ?mi. iu; IIKOHI MUM \S' 1 r to Ttl? Koanoke World-Nawa.1 Walt Street. New York. Sept. IS.? Uncertainty over Kuropeatt politic* ? > a factor -In today'* market*, which were marked by ieaa eventful action* ttinn any day during the current month. However, thl* uncertainty vm by no- meane the .whole explanation for the x-neral auspenalun of Inveetment and aprculative fcn </ : lea. Inv Over-Sunday new* Interpreted In the main aa hopeful yet hot at all conclusive. (,'ons.-4juenUy. while the foreign exchanxea went higher the rlae wa* amall and the aatne wna true of foreign Woverntrtent bond*. The Investment market waa more - concerned over Turkiah affalra than |hr epeoulajlve " market, but there were other Influence"* at work Inducing the dealre to get a better line upon the volume of new eecurtty Issue ...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

|p?PKiAN ' Court Hearing in October On p a. Injunction Against Lookouts?Would Form New Klan. P ' Wiii' to Trie Konnoke \\ ^ I'opyrltsht, 1S>2S) Chttti.i-.. ih'i. T?*nt?.. S>pt. Ji N*?.l< n-?> ii in lb? rank* of Vi- K , ix i\ K it n?? uruminnl -to r?ii y l-y \\ II Holmes. of thin city.' hi oft .1 or l. - k out Klan Number IS. r? er'li ? ,joined by the Atlanta orcnt. "i ft n. fuiullonlair. o*ten*1M> <f alleged money differ-no ?. I : ;? < or.ling to the local kllijrit^, lop* mid kleacle*. bti? if I ft* I ?"Ut? were leading a re^cl.it n.ir) movement In the bonum of tn. i. .hi Tin Ilolini ? |>'an. a* outlined loll h . i .?: s i the elimination of lmin .-in; W .sard William Joseph 81miin i>i> tii.-l nil tli- "inner circle" of lh< At .1: 1.1 can 11111 Ion. Holmes and hi.- t I 'lun have Joined a new orga.mz.ilh n kna *11 a* The Associated KUn-. ah.eh h. said already had a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 September 1922

5S Elje Roanoke&1 o d i>-Nc?> 5 ;-~| VOL. 40.?NTo. 75. 14 PAQB8 TODAY BQANOKE, YA., TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPT E M B E B 2 <j, 1 9 2 2. PRICK Vfl^R E E CENT8 TOM WATSON SUCCUMBS TO OLD AILMENT Hi Pir.tliresnuA Ohararfor In . , ? Georgia and National Politics Dies In Washington-^Asthma Is Cause?Wife In South, No Refatives At Bedside?Had Served Half of First Term. Washington, Sept. 2d.r? (By The Associated Preas.)?United States Senator Thomas K. Watson of Georgia died suddenly at his bone here early today. Death was due to an acute attack of asthma, from which Senator Watson had suffered recurrently for some years. Although failing health -had ipterrupted Senator Watson's attendance' at Senate sessions frequently in the last several months, he was In his seat Kriday when the Senate adjourned and his' friends believed that be was then showing Improvein.nt II. ? - after dinner last night and passed away shortly after 2 o'clock this morning, tie ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 September 1922

i8EPnnTS pi| riwsiin I coi.i ef president Char]'. J Smith of ft Roanoke College Returns Rtpnil.1 - . piuit ?. . -I to a . ; ? ?"v.' h: ' r * ' ' ' tnret iir . it Hi"."- ? f , . .-if ..I Wyii-v . : K-M ... Acc< r'! t . b ; " n "t t rr >ulo I v 1 Dr. Srr.i*-. n r",n:* l .i\? n!' breti * . ..! < ..< ! !. r .11 .i liavt-l v that ! :* ?>J- ?" 1 > ' h-~v.it - | r>< or*- . --* v.-in . thf c >:"!i' 1 m ' tr tJi-nn-f 1 .- I if \. ?v v. rl: ' City ?. f 1 ' T!il? v ' ll ciii.-' ' 1 i.: -? . 1: tin * f 1 an a lij'- < r... 1 I tl j: im: t hi > aelt ( I tr* . i |N"- Hil.il ! ?orr pi > i.iMii i i o : - l-\ iu-i. * 1J1.1i I frirnrt* i f i' ? >:. ? ?. >? I.fought ! thi> 11 .1: : 1 \ .-r $.- > >.| ". i Tli* coil- ? < p. r ! i.<>! wr. k tx iili 1 ' th* yr. -t . 1 -i! ,t, li- . M?to- ! ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 September 1922

1 >. l-"\. * 11 1 11 " ALFONSO PEEVED WHEN SOUTHERN GIRL LEAVES HIM I Atlanta Visa Oa??? ?* V* VAVUVUi Reports Spanish King Poor Dancer?Met Other Royalty. i i i r (By Sp?eUl Leased Wire to tho RotBoko Wurld-Xewe. Copyright. IMS.) Atlanta, Qa.. Sept. 11 ? Tho King of Spain la not only "a rotten dancer," but ho acted llko a 'pill" at peauvllle. France, when aha loft him | standing in the middle of tho ballroom floor white oho tripped over to apeak to her dad who had Just appeared In the room. Bo save Mlsa Katharyn Dickey, pretty Atlanta society girt, who has just reached home from a European "tour accompantd by her father. ^ Jainep L_ Dickey, prominent liuliranoo man, and her ahum, Mtss Wll'When the party landed In New Tork something about the episode t Deaurllle became known and hllsa Dickey was called "The girl who anubbed the King" But now, telling for the flfth time what actually happened, she declared - that the King was the "pill" end not herself if yon don't think he...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 September 1922

| -SOCIAL AN I K | MBS. J. W SI I | Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M P I hum: A N I) HOOT. p The r. J.: " sunny air. BdowJ y \ t% ' l r?l anJ bee. \ TaK e- ,?:k ri?>f little care, fJ That ti '.< : rlow it ceaselessly. ) j -it my t .< < n t the flower; r "fr if s-jmnn'i, Kardcn queen. I AVI . I.m-- "' .j t v little hour?" j\ u J *!.?? red: "I am seen." I J 5 v* t < ?t; i to the root, p. "l j: i* t' .Mtth ccitent," it am Id. ir-. i' tier underfoot: I J k :> u r iv l? i -vi-rhesd " . ?'.'Mi Jiiiui's I'lalt I.unifcrnn l or TIIh Sajilrr. "T.' s Man.-a Mal-t r was hoOtcns of t a t-aMtifwllj "appointed luncheon toat 1 .v r m . complimentary to J.' >!.?? i i.-.-t ? >i yu- r. The itv.-'s included only a few very ir.-un:.f* Tmi.da of the hunoree, * Ci-vr's ! ? .a< I II i tor e!,;ht. T.uni of >tr?. It. I,. Miirnna. j - . -M*r. Nat .<1 i TvmiiKf.. of Wili. li.imsl ere lo'itur-t &am...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 September 1922

jV? * ' ? IWSWILOBSfRVEl:; DAY OF ATONEMENT i 3pV K * 11 1 + of Sunday, October 1, Inaugu- ft rates Yom Kippur, Holiest . Day Of The Synagog v; of Sunday ?venln* October 1, Inauuur- ?"* AIM with sraut aolainntt jr the L>ay of ' Atonaoitnl. or yom Kippur, tha holl at day at tha n- ??? *' vtnlni, (id inln'on'Sondi]'. from * morning 'till efeotlde. the Jewish *n' people of ltoanoke will (ithtr In the J Synagog for worship. ?" ?Thl? day wilt bo celebrated JfJ throughout the Jewish world and V* thoao away from home will eadsavor L*, to be anoni the family circle oa lb la solemn occasion. Soldiers and sail- . * ore of Jewish faith are (ranted fur- c? louche In order to obearvs appro- >' priately this holiday. Wher dvsr the y? Jewish people happen to be, they w? will cease from worldly concerns and wl (lee themselves wholly to thoughts foi f repentance. . More than any otber holiday of the "< Synagog, Vorn Klppur revives the of - confidence or the Jew la th...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 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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