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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

, . I Don't |.py JL Be On Hand Folks It's On ) EXTRA SPECIAL TOMORROW GOLD SEAL OOKOOLBUM SUM $9.95 Just 95?9x13 Gold Soal Con* oleum Rage W Be Bold Tomorrow for $9.95 mi OOMB EARLY TO OBT YOUR CHOICE . J utt a few met High Oradt Dining 1 Prices. Oct your* ^efore it'? too late. MAHOGANY DINING Ktfilmr JJ75.00 10-Pten Wtlnit Midi Buffet, China Preu, Oblong Dining Table, E Leather Beat Bide Chain and one Hoet Chair deeign, 10-Piece Suite Complete. Bale Price EXTRA! Begular $326 10-Piece Brown Mahogaz I0U-1BCD A HI 101, DMUU1TL1 UBIOflf rOUBd COTH? Press, 5 Leather Beat Side Chairs, end one i rect Queen Anne design, 10-Piece Suite Comp SEE THIS NEW ENGLISH BE* BOOM SUI Regular $400 10-Pieoe English Reneissi of 66-inch Buffet; extra large China Press, ex beautifully shaped oblong Dining Table, 0 Sid Arm Chair. 10-Piece 8uite Complete, Sale P 11 BEDS! BEDS! SIMMONS 8AS I j Regular $16.60 2-inch continuous Poet : II Bed, newest pattern, full due or single. a. Bale Price | SIMMONS NEW STYL...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

Mr The Roanoke World-News Ke'ablletjfl JhfB koaa'oku * a - ' PaMiafced II>*r k.?cept Suodaj -BYTIM KS WOKI.U COfUfJKATIU.N, Tilura lijtuiloa. Kcaeokc, Va Jtrsira ) " hshbpkn. Editor. Mrinbera of ' AlMri. ?o New (paper Kutmahere- Aeeoetattoa VMtbrrn Newtpai'tr fubliabore' AeecdAtlOO 4" 111* A?>odateO ('tree J A9dH Bureau of Ctreglatloa Tbe AtKK'HifO I'reea It eai'aairely cn. IllirJ to the um> fur republication of all . Mn difpilch'a crr'fittd to It or not IjMfWlai credited to tnia paper and alau ' tte local ot*i publ abec Kcreta ~~ Foreign rtirkks'entati v k yrmlt< k t Hiiti. loc- new York ami Chicago ItMereO at Po?I^ Tt-e at Koaooke. Virginia, aa bevoo t C'aaa Matt Mattrr - V" RAlCS IN AD~VASCR 11 erica per ??k ratable in earner. 08 24 r?r e-ar ridable at tba office. FY M Alt i*.11. en. .. .e ihi tuinK tney are producing a Better newspaper than their communities deserve. The World-Newt doea not entertain any stieh views. It wants Jta reade...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

i GJlje 3ui (Published b; wiuum rum. tu>i High Life Ha* n? ? ? ? i rracucai aide .(if A. Victim.) S^s^jsniwrs: iSr^r, ! * * the "ujutan," m they nrtv? ?SJS2 T "** ,P*,r *?How etudtnte of ft tftln "h?nj?* neceaelty tor Mr. wanna bur ??f Ob. my. fcow of ton we Itoton with ntlmM *? i* harass?# of tho "iTy* vhdu," only to walk on. wttb or without certain bit of Ioom chance. that had manased to auy with ua thus farf Of Mum, wa'ra tlrod of 'Ma. but * ooMbln t do without 'am?what, we domes*. would a Hi School bo Without the "<!>? wannur Of whoa tbay como after- oor olaae duos tboy don't two that particular entreaty, bat they set our Money in the end. Toilgy wt hnv.. li. ever* thine and anything. from baits to "swlegi," at only two bita Ono laslata wa need aa arta band at forty cents. while another proven a lip?i pennant at only fifteen la batter! What? No. I do NOT. NOT you undoratand. WANT ay nana signed to thla artlala!!! JACK'S VACATION By Thlah Harvey t...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

Jpoar Many Virginia C\ r InHolstonP _?>rJat>l. o t M i it y* > itnca In 1 HKlt ainl Wo! Virginia uir In* HHm In thr fur lot <>t appolnt Klkta amrui.tvu hrro today at tha t'JlXlac a*?Mv'"? 'f 'he lloiaton con* Hmn of t.ir 'Methodist church HHu. The appolnttamts follow: Abtnrdoi: I?t?tnot?T C. rtchuler, yrnatdiry Utrtrr. Abnolon Station? J. a. Browi A'.-k-J n Circuit?15." W. Mort; Iterhan ? 11 K Cradahaw; THomitviilo-- <? IVr nht iilufT City a'i K. K. Johnson. iMlltol: Anil'f Street?J. B. Eir: XIary Strvi-tt < TDompi?u; Math Bristol?T. V Orr; State Street -?If. S|. AVatnon find It. T. XlrOowsll. Suoernnmary; A't'g'nla.Avenue?S. T. XC Xlepherte.n. West Bristol?K. A. Wlkle, Burt 1 y; Brlrtol Circuit?X. Y. 'Walker; Prcn.lford?S. C. Beard; Ceres?J. D. SuBaer. Supply; Chathem Hill? Tn to supplied: liamascna -^-J. A. Eilisen; EU*abethton?A. R llur.tr/; Kmory?.' Orr; Ulada Spring and Meadow A'xew?J. E. Orlffitta; J-...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

I YOUR h Here Are ? to Win Relief By ROYAL SL a Commissioner of He *~P*HRKE ia diMgrcMbW diaeaM wi or raaaiiaa pnaio, u the akin from strand mar atop brkhf I OWTMt tha MMMIpal x. Hir? tha -urtwa axamtaad to maka atira tha kid- 1 *" r? rtftit- Build up raw gaaaral health < ' ? ?- ? is | Aaswers to Health QiutioBj ' * ; X.M. a. H. Q-l am rorr nf.f-ahoul. 1 aant How CM I hat* Ikl* ouad tiai , kaopraetadr H work nsder oUatrir li?ht oatea: mora a day. Da yau thlak thla will harm my ayea? . A?I*top*i aaarrtaa to tha tkki far I THE HOMI By JEANNETTE 1 'IWa. -. i ^mTk* Authority on Houj to Bay Meat to r-pwi: day a af haat ty break fa at a and j i bet dtnnara are with V* cnt* I more, and tha boue?w!fe who doaa , ansae of bar own reoktns ?Ui want to! taaftaah brr mrmery cm tba aub)art of J 'dented and triad favoritaa. and al?o to ^wdd la bar ataaa of naw rfi ly? j Aa economy (a likaiy to be an Uenie tn tba plana of altnoai every one winter, It la ?M (o mm* anrau. , tad bay food tha...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

A . Bps* I Indian Skeleton i Uncovered a Ky. | Cherokee's 44 Happy Hunting' men Near Banks of Roanoke Are Found?Arrows end - Sections of Huge Earthen Wnat may have been the site r been brought-bo li*ht at the Viscose fAMndatinns for hnlliiittPR W hn fniit [ of trlpkets buried about twenty fe?l A human skull, human bones, pottery, a bone needle, various k articles have been uncovered by tht r; Keren, the superintendent, who wi i place them in a case for safe keej S History tells that the Cherokee Indians lived along the banks of the Roanoke river and In view of the fact that the ground, In the particular spot where these odd trophies were found, is extremely fertile and devoid of rock formations. It Is feasible to believe that the Indians utilised the place for the stepping stone to : the "Happy Hunting Ground" for their brave warriors. There is not the slightest doubt that the human botes lhat bavo been found, are those of Indians. The little bine heads -that were of such great valu...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

> .1 Squirrel Cage Chatter <m FOOD DOR Ml T? f i i i ' O jf?w ytftc SrloterBMlMlll W e We H'rvlce>-?*Ao RfM* RH of *?v*rRl eyore of golf enthuelUti at the arlllron. as. today's w?rM'? aOrlee sot under way. IjMimM, that horse- rax-In a has Coma hapk to lur, Seldom hai nM-Oalternant been rlfa on the FoMHHIii course unWaa It was when the Beauvala lattera war* read. - j>? . Am It la too life to matter much, thouaanda win ha anxloua to Know how jr? sat to,the Aquarium whara Tax fllckard la ataalns tkla togaH* of tha century. What will lataroot the early comora moat at tha Aquarium la?or poaalbly are?tha Ren. H Mouataln MeQraw, the \KSK? /? poJ?' Probably W||| atart Itfy. ?*"?p >o th? flrat (tmt. Da bo <*?> Id tajarad a?aln and likely will Hfitf - Uian nlna nmti ?* ??? ***** *>wt ?' looked forward drone of the Vdlo- * the itrtt|(lina gathering cf hockey dovoteea, b*?an to atamp' de to LMCKtniMi Aval, H...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

rap7 I < ft.. ^ TWKLYfc FOR SALE B " * -room house, oat block of F *er tin*. !%h Art, S K. large level lot. will b* in oat block of n*w Interin< <1 late School building. 19 minute* walk or allk mill. MI.ZSO. fl.kVO fath; monthly payments to suit puraknsLT. Oood ff-room houit In Waearljr He* or will eichmrt for renting t 171# cash* III per month, r It tots In Waienn. will ssll at right | Prlc* or wlfl exchange for renting JS' property. | ' Two lots In Rugby, will exchange I foe tight car B*autlful brick cared Lous*. South ttoanoke. I?.OOP Terms reasonable. S* tern in waveriy Place. rrom to* to 1750 per acre. Good Streeta Sit t water and lights. ' 1* Iota in Waveriy Place, from 1200 to |700 each This Is a fine proposition to build bungalows Lots In Mornlngslde Heights. 110 own fnd $10 per month. T. I. MATTHEWS IN Moaatafa Trail Halldlag I Pkrar KM tolnarii T. M. Hell aad J. H Kria.rr, J. E. (onN. LOOK THESE OVER _ A dand> d-room house, two h...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

DON'T LA T HE WORLD NEWS CtawiOod Idt?u ! ? ratoo 7a a Its* oouetiof word* to tho Mm. Dtoolay iMM Mo por lack. . ' All elusiSad KlmtWx ?>A la tdfua. ft pedal ?oak rtln to loa?mr? aa fllwrt <m application. CmOl mm mm?*ay all ool-al ion arton. y MtacUaat Meat! ana pot permitted. Hu rata or kun a . mttuc * .. *" man metatb* bjr^inp" **"i 0'LS:%su?ds!r? [ I PHOXt 3142. r ? 5 f" ????i^ A THOUGHT FOR TODAY ' Someone bu Mid. "A little learning Is 3 den ?erou? thine." A little advertising le expensive. But continuous advertising. tho' It Is little, brings home the hima ? * ' v YOU'VE LOST If you haven't consulted M. TCo. before buying your Fall To**- ' MITCHELL TAILORING CO. t , ;. ' g?n AUTOMOBILES oaT*s'XliTO'R tTcu\ita?^\i7m"ifA Maarl Chevrolet Sedan. wlU take to oto lew Chevrolet at tnKntbk prtW. UlMM Ma tana* or good dlacownt for eaah. Adlaaa "Sadaa". eaia Worl4-N?w?. or pbooa MM. S9X1 High-Cl*?8 Automobile Painting: Under Personal Supervision of J J. X. Wilkeraon...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

mgrr * ? Business Today * A Mrely newspaper controversy has developed b(t? 'n clothing dealers and manufacturer* on the one hand and some <f the defenders of the new tariff in the other, aa to tha probable < ff.cts of the wool duties on the price of men's clothing. Senator bruoot has stated that the permanent tariff ought. If asiythlng to make clothing prices lower. Inasmuch as the d'.tics which It Imposes on raw woo: are below those of the . emergency tariff law. and he ha* even Intiniattd that dealers are trying to n.ake the new tariff an excuse for profiteer.hg Quite naturally. ment to pass unchallenged. They point out that any comparison of duties under the new law with thoae under the emirgency tariff Is mi'sleading. for the reason that very little wool ?as withdrawn for entry under the latter measure, owing to Its joker providing double duties for wools thai had been "skirted." and most Imported wools were In that category. The emergency tariff thue has b...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

& ' . " V ' ' Market and Fi STANDARD OIL TO CUT LARGE HON Rf.'. ; #' Announcement of Increased Capital of California Sub -iumrj rime racior in Wall Street. (By ( art P. West.) , Tt'aarb^sTil-K^L^ ~ if B?etero Europe wu a influence i(iln In today' tnerk#iJ? ^ut t,'l mainly a heaaflv# one Uriin*. (ranee and lire all went fn klii. h5rP rebound occurred i??ei k ^"renchand Brit la h jnvtrnWheatwent tower and cotton higher. All this >u of course ' weal ?? situation ljr * week sko threatened by a to?. ^l|r.;.d r PV?h.a.ioa. had *he. e*n?ral Inreatiaaht list was undoubtedly helped by the Kuropean aevalepmeate.?bat on the stock ai?V h*4 the case the previous day. there were, other matwe of much moire interest ?end of much more bearing upon the price movement. ? t?ll A aaeaaceatat Keels r. * Of , Prime cons*<iu?nce wee the ^ sstisar ,sk2P?; pWMlaag?,?,5a % pwj treat has been dtacuaaina auch capital re-adjuatmenta in the Mtandard Oil companies for the last mon...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 4 October 1922

W* " ' r^r tUXTEEN' * ' KPBB==S: ? ? .... ADVERTISING BEST WAY TO OVERCOME ; PUBLIC PREJUDICE . Resident of Street Railway Company Urges Use of Printer 9 Ink to Keep the Public Informed. Oiler go. Oct. 4?Advertising day fter day. v?rk utter week, month *fler myr.'h?as the best method by which pufl'c ittPtlos may overcome t>ub' > prejudice. v as strongly urged by W. J*, .' sdjfr. president of the Jlnst b' I t:l* A- Suburban Railway Co. ep-nking h>'? before the American Kvt-iric Railway Association or.Ton ir Out I'rrrrat for Advertising. "Kt? rvr.liy going. progressive ror.cvii.s In any ether business spend ts? H an < re per cent of their gross en advert1.sing, many spend five percent." It declared "The average efr?rt railway rrmpany can. to good advantage. :?? a business proposition r <r. liii.te V-> the welfare-not only of the cunpanv but of the community served, spend > tie percent of Its gr ?? earning* on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

: .-^^rvrTrr .,,UI^IWIU* "<W^P|||ppp^ UUII r >j" . : ~ " ^ ^ ' v, " " r~~ 1 *77 * ^ \ ^' "T ~ " ; " ?....?. {"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY , M ^5fT%' "" . H 1 U "V. - O WEATHER EORECAST ^S: c (ivonnoke ^,aToiPJIx1~^S^sfSrsJ VOL. 40.?N<x 83. 18 PAGES TOD A V BOANOKE, VA., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBBE 5, 1922. P HI <K fB KBB CKNT8 Id RUSH FOI BASEBALLS Bi SECOND :.J2r HAWS ANP SHAW PITCHING SELFPW Players Jovial As They Discuss Affairs In Clubhouse? Yankees Throw Off Gloom and Predict Batting Orgy Before End of Day -Babe Says "Cld Man Psychology" Net Piayinn In Ser**'. Polo Grounds, N. Y., Oct. 5,? (By Tb? Associated Press.)?Robert Sh'awkey, relent "Bob the Gob," and curve ball filacer extraordinary ol the New York Yankees, faced the Giants this afternoon "in the second joust of the world's series tournament- The National Leaguers, bavins won the Initial tilt, Manager Hoggins sent Bbawkey to the pitching mound to baffle tho Giants la their course with ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

I TWO PLANS LI FOR ROANOKE COLLEGE [ FUND CAMPA GN Seeking to Raise $500,000? i tw 1 i rn\. A ? Auuareu inuudauu uuuuia | Underwritten By Church. V ? Meth ods i'-.'kmw toward the auc(fM of th" Ktnli'W'tueiif Kund (.'artipals n vl !' -muk. 'dlafie, achedii.eil tor No* < n I., r were outlined Jre*t< rda> at >n1 r.k held oil the rollece catii|iu.v ,.t Sui.ni attended t>>district chairmen ! i the fifteen Church I<i?t:u? in the Synod of Vlrstma. Tlo k>??l of the c*mi>u!sii isllt he the i a isntiK "I Jitm.oOd for lh? endow m< nt <<t the co.lege, t The ' i.uthera n Church in Virginia has un<l? r? i ittcii |: <i>.'nn). and In order to redeem Its t'lollllee la now |>uttiiiK < ' an intensive caiLvajm to Secure Hi- fi'in.I J5uHieM.ua >>Ratilaa It.>11 - lave endorsed the camriat...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

line WELI ^ By ALVrni fM to W? IlL ** 'OwiUfc*. ifi plain.. There are special typ< tourinr, tent-pitchln* and Ik and muffin ess of Hummer ha pests. , Portrayed fa the accompan leather fined with flannel, n fllpup fussy collar, pivot oh< *rrat fame aide pockets. " If you wish to wear a waist* O'iuipiivu, IX tttijreu, wi elose to tb? neck and U iodii ear-tabs, which. When not in 1 The CeltM Are la the One of the pet top lee of del whose mlnde ere on their I k nick ere. dl?p!arlrv# trousers, be adopted for all-day. sveryd tone nee spread like a aecre woman. At ntaajr summer re Invaded the dance-floor, and al smart country wedding the I netting polite tradition, wan mi knickers and the rest to the younger and to the dismay of Nevertheless, knickers have stand upon for town wear an that they will ever be assume pose Is about as grest as you lng Emperor of the United Hta of dross, y# Oallante OentUma even snore rn .de.ity, or perh i fay timidity, then My Lad ye has f...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

mr* V P'socim: am BV' MRS J. W SI1 B Offite Hours: 9 to 10 A. M 1 1 1 - * ??? OitliM II.IIT I ti l ? yfctW tnocnlii" - 4'*; ' vnter. It ts 1 Ik f f\' * * k Us Of ? h*rj. Pn & mn* \ . *Y hen fTl-c ? - ; ? H ?t e r .*4c?n i ? t 4 ii. I only h^ii i * < ij i'f ? hMi i * ?* . % x"? f :? i\ n ! the inIntert" ii I th'tiu i-r .. ? ' 1 < r : lir.ar And 11 y t . I - i' >u till for ?m ' I l.unrkitui I t Mlaa ah..finer ' Mr.. I , p? .. .. -tulifully I'C- .111' I -l.i > ..I <> !? Oi i. * ..: a illMon A\ riiU' ? u : < I M I?? ': ? SMiiilftier I .1 u ,-r e 4*hl.a* .?r -i - n *? : i r.l |l'*ti|riiirnt Aimminrnl Ml I ra. Low?? h..fl nor. Mr?. trie I;-. ' . I K! Hit. Mull h-i !? *.?t . w l-r r*'ri't>. .Mr. unit Mr*. i>"it' 1. I.ir' a'i\e .1 lovely Ira > rttrrifjy anil, wli.cn the rnf?|ii oiei of M: y Ann CI to" ShofTinr ? ? Mr. i-a i. ! )!?? I.-w wiis an tlOUTrii. Tin r n!. r mr &...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

V.,' ' .. " ' ' CITY OF HNPK imp m Necessity For Calling Extra Session Increased - By > Recent Discovery * * ?? t >' Itr GKOHGK H. NUtKIKO. r*,-" Waahlnttfll. D. C.. Oct. 4.?Ttia necaantty for the culllnic of nn extra eaalon of the Virginia Legislature baa barn- lncr?ai?d by the aery rr' cent dlaeovery. It la learned that the City of Hampton. In addition' to Mad' laoc County. ?>a omitted from the defective Senate v(>)|| redisricting' Virginia for representation la the State Senate and House of liategaiea. Tbt Virgin.a members of tbe I'. t>. Houee of Representatives believe that Governor Trlnkle will laaua the rail for the extra session before the and of the praaejtt year. The Constitution of 19QJ provided - foi decennial redlatrlctlog. making It mandatory, commencing lit- lil 11, though aa a matter of fact the CoaHappy Moth Children We y *T*HE value of Tinlac aa n family ' mHlclll' la attain very forcibly detnonat rated In the h...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

f The Roanoke World-News |fW ?..t, ..? ' K<> V S K' ? A K?1 F*b:Uh^ t..r, { . I. -It S-D^.y BLi .tWlCS i KIVKATION. 1 < v? |^_"Tuxil > l- ! - r.v r.,iu..r" ~* Abtu .UK>ntt'"B Soutbrr - l AfKv'lttlOO li<' > . ; ' ? fe a a: i t- . . >'i -a f Tb? ? :? ' :.. ? * ?n jo >' .?l n of Olhera . , cot A ?o , th? loa o > ? rv.o .) ?KNT.\T7\~R fY*l<<-k 4 ti - v ? Xi>r* n?1 Chlc?to Entrrrv .: 1 ,; K>.v:Mn V .'ftma. \? *, v . Mj'Iit u ?;; > in .ci'M't. I! o*'< . i r.i-r'rr ftv 7 % r *.. at Ui> I'.IKV rally < . . . S . IK) Mi>. * i s: %o Dai. i - - :!) ?l AO !)*? ?. ?' .' ? ! ? : " " I i . t . 1'i.v c, .... ? ... .an? . 'T I' M. I. > .Ul A M Bu?:. ?. rr-.- :il4i| t'J I 'f L>i| 'HH'i I , 3144 I Ciliuni II.n? a-ij a.I tnattrr* of oa?f i for ! i *r. i ?r .. ii]<lr...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

Bffg/i' .? , v H? / % STATUS OF WOMANI SENATOR IN DOUBT Seems Sure of Pay to November 7?Senate Privileges In Donbt. (By Special L?ii<;d Wire to The Roanoke World-News.) ? (Copyright, 1122.) Washington. Oct. 5.?Senator or not a Senator? That question still. confronted Mrs. William r???* >' Georgia. tod*y and attll continued to tjr the dust tn the Senate archives as It haa not been atlrred in a decade. 4 Out -of the dust the searchers dla/ covered today an old law passed la - 11(4 evidently with some such emer^ gency as the pl-esent one In vtew, and which provides that "the pay of a Senator chosen for an unexpired terra shall begin the day of election or appointment.** The law apparently, assumes that a Senator In either caae subsequently will qualify by taking the oath of dfflce In the Senate chamber. At thepresent time there seem* to be no way that Mrs. Felton can possibly take that office. She can only be a Senator, at best, until the election of November 7. a...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

EIGHT 'WJN'ANS PAY 1 BIG INCOME TAX Rpf ? .Two Residents Of The State ? Give The Government $290,292 For Year H ? ?.!<?><<.I II WtihiiiV r. ! -VirglrU paid ?!:? total paraoiiu .* " in corn ? tun I . . r n I <Io\. tmnifti! : r jur 1JH, standi- ? O.i statu In the . J''.r '! e - 1 1 s' 1Zh V i r Kims rrp : " . :n t person..1 . . f ' ? : . rpotfttl?n in- : > a * > t ? < ' 5*7. Which ? ?r 1 '.7 i : t' total net ir?<- ri r 'he ffhnlp Cnlte.l st.r-i*' . - ft personal nm1 r rj . . -1 : V ? c:t' la pal?l IVI.M4 t > - . t 1 pet c?nt : tl ! ; ' hj .ill the States. \rn t nrk l.rml*. Ni ir V. rk ! : III" r e'.iTOe It the ? ;;> i i?r.? ..-..i :i i" ?.?tlt-n Income ijt" p..id for l?7'i. tilllvweil hr IVnn?);v.,ri.i at. 'I Illinois New. York k'att pa.J fPLt e>??-1 nirt li of ! the eiit ' > t..\ce palrl tlv l>#<|. r a' : i- r. . r i? tiJ...

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