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

- ?V ' OLD MYERS ARE "t TO WIN W. & L Three Varsity Men From Last Year Unable To Work Last Week, Will Enter Line < Speelal ? Tkt TImmI North Carolina titate guino only two J days off. the Washington and Lee varsity l? putting tho last few daya Into hard work developing the more complicated plava and the forward Mfflif and trying to work out the i weakneasea shown up In .the Emery and Henry game Saturday. * It la probable that three varsity men from laat year who were unable / to get luto the game (Saturday be* cause >( In June* will work Saturday arid'that should strengthen the var* slty materially, "Hop'' Arbogast and j Tem Item Is. ends, and "Daddy" Potta. tackle. In spite of thess additions, the Generals are far from being over-confident of the result Of the gatuo. but expecting u hard battle from beginning to end, the Carolina Wolfjuirir having Hie reputation of puttjng out a hard, accsppy eleven,. ??and fr?>m all thot-le' known of th...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 5 October 1922

< " ' . KirrMN I (jiip inn PaLS(Published by I *- K A???(jnl K ?VIU*JAM I'ARKKB LLOTI Sixty-Five Girls At B. B. Meeting | The (\r?! m* !Iiik of the Qlrls* basket-hall ?<jt? I if It. 11. S. was held yesterday afternoon ut 3:20 tn room 14 with uppr \imutely sixty-five girls - prevent. This large number of (tlrle coming - ut certainly shows that the team will not suffer for lack of material this year; and from all In, titrations the t'?m /if 19I2-'ZJ will be the best yet. This means shell have to take off ail the honors of being the Mute champions. At the meetInn Mr. Parsons spoke t? few word* on the outh ok of the team for this year, and told of how the girls could get credit for ;heir athletic work. Mr. Itonnotte also made a number of announcements. The rest of ths afternoon ? as spent In a general study of the game and rulea. conducted by the coach. Miss Conrad. Mlsa Conrad Is.a graduate of Handolph-Macon and ha; had a great deal of experience in coaching. HI w...

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

, ? / P' ' / Jjfsv";* . \r !, scoi Daily ". .<.... * Three Troops Hold Out-Door Meetings Three troops followed the sussest Inn In u * * * ? m m ?uini??i?ri Bulletin and held out-of-door Bieetln*eTroop 14. of Ht. fMl'i Krformed Church, with Troop t, of Belmont Presbyterian Church, u (UMti. hiked to the top of Mill Mountain. The .hlklas Iteelf wpe noit enjoyable, and | on top of the mountain a bis camp fire was built, around whleh 'scout-1 Ins some* were played. Troop 24 held their meetlns down by the river, around a bis -camp fire, and Troop 4 announced a ^nature study hike for title, week. Certdtnly, the eeetnlnsly Incidental thlnss, such aa looklns down on the city, and | look I iik up at the stars. and benrlas I the holeee of the nlsht, produced more thrills and save the heye more real pleasure and more tblnsa worth rememberlns than a doaen-meetlns* Indoors would have' done. Uusloe?a meattnsa ara all wall and sood. and Indoor uatherlnsa are neoesaary, hut that Is ?ot re...

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

I ~TV> .1 v , > Half a Billic [And Plenty {Hj llrii'r lillirDt Tho usr....". ? >>: . -v lick ir. i u it m it fo* our Kuii...- r it r I'Uwt*. Ik!** Sy par t of t i . ' ? i V .*? "K I' ? blink of .? !' ' : J' calu?trpi>h* in . : -.i That c?tum I'ln in- v i < < ! avert d. bit< is si . ' ? t"id worth tuil> ?:. k. j ; ? . : i .* f.utor* of "* , Ktakno' ii *i r.i..'? il l tio limiK.r? C*n l-i- : ? ' * u k n a u it t'lfe t their ! s 1. W ..It MlOUltl be t? * ...' f -? t. cttiii'liioi? Ttl? I III' s . ! Hi it hi tne BUt 11 IS: ' .. II.I- 1 Hilil III" It by A c1 rrj\ sn.i * i '** f ? it u ru.*tan<" s? wiucn Inc.i.U. .1 the .. :!.< of currency, a >vi!i!''S t-dnct *i n: the vtlun.c if export*. a ! a r< ' r r:. :!. prrt.dt<hard linn s ? have hceii felt Hut i i.i't It ? !? tic ade durinc the past h\r tred > at * The "*:< u...

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

f>ofr? 6 | Why Regular v Growth to th j By ROYAL S. CC Commissioner of He ; XV 7 HY do tome children remain i \A/ giow rapidly and attain to ' . court# a child ia likely to ret parents?therefore, heredity haa torn sleeolopinent. Bat there are other I ' fci,? ? ? w * - " \ o*te macn 10 ao with the physi child. the moment I theII disregard ? another almost equally import Beat and sleep are of vast import i 3x>ea of sleep in a child is eqoivalen n adult. It results in fatigue, low Taitora of development. [_ There can be no doubt that model ,Oar ancestors had nothing to db af tei , use of ma u4 electricity awl their Jnrraastii thwMl have turned nlyht tade day. The lithttec of meats te 00?w tact or eeatrtbuftnr to dalar te tetttar tbe children to bed. ? * here frequently sbssrwd the. dlf' *(* betsme wwU) sed ottr ?Wtaea. Is tits ml districts there is s? bight Usht oot-et-doore aaeept that \ Mate by the "Srs?toe" ee -!l*ht?ln* ha*" Ceaatqueotiy. the eodatry childraa ...

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

^FDUHTEKV White Sox Take First Of Series (Br l'k< kaMrlalr^ Prra) N' Ckiuiio. ?? (. ??KJJie stulllcan'a [ M?V7 bulling put the American ItSSJTue ret'.-i -entatlvea out In front }? of their iram? rivals In ?hs first to decide the city Cha?ni>i< i!".'i.| the While So* winning to It was the thirteenth conpecutlve \;ri ry ur the American Leagi ere o\ i r ihelr rivals. Mullig..: I ad a i effect day nt bat ^rlth f< u. hits In as many times at the plate, a-.-l he Marred also In a brllll.tr. t ilo-i t ! y. t>>- pulling down a, lino d r.\? u:.J diul'llnu u. man off first. Tl ? N'aflrr.al* Jumped Into the lead in ths first tnnlpg when awalk. a In the first Inning when a walk, a run. l>r. v Jpnts. w ho pitched great ball at*s;i>?t th< Wh.tr Sox last fall, replaced A Ir'.dge in the eighth but w as lian men d ) aril. Fahcr i-.i-d up with his comfortable lead an I the Cubs registered their final run...

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

ITWirTHr -?i?r^ ADVERTISE TBI WORLD NEWS QiotoOil tovarttato* niM r? ? itoo mWw ?m4i to tto Mm totof toUto M? w taek A I) HitolU tfwtMM otrtetty <oto ib toiiM i ItMlil coob ntn w n?if to * rwttort >e tpcliraitoo Coafe muti iwoaPMjr to) MVtl t??? ?tot MUrlitollrtoliM sol pwtottto _JV? cute or ton bUck-laaad UM rj ntn * ' 5 u? yp t* I X mHmiIii mtt aMtalaat SaMuUay* II WOM RUT v A THOUGHT FOR TODAY ' Someone has aald. "A Jittla learning la a dangaroua thing." A Uttls adra. tlalng ia- expansive. But continuous advertising. tho* It la little, brings home the bacon. \ i * YOU'VE LOST a* If you havan't u Co. before buying your Vail Togs. MITCHELL TAILORING CO. AUTOMOUIAJCS rok IAH *0? Ford l-pumpf. In food MBdtlloo Pr rw i!00 Adortm A. I'.1U, <w tsii mi>. 2USU roa IALS?Hudmn Super. Sport Modrl. la 1m airtalftl condition. Moat bo MM st Met in Dun*hoc trolktn. 34 OawS Are FBo? 4310. 2071 EXCHANGE A (moot new. leUat nMll t Ftrd Coupe. Ma of extra*,...

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

TTKK* Business Today P>J" ktetall trj.le for the country a* a Ij. Whole I* b.-tt* r than a year a*o. acBh' rordlny to it.- r< i>< rjt? cmpltcd by i,> the f<d*ra. Itwrrvr Hoard. Net a sal-a by .1' i nrtrii. nl storm v ere K J.; pir r'lrt k.r.-?t<r during Aitguet tf1 m, than tor ll- rr-?p n.iintt month of P 1 1921. I'm' ' > ' I' - r. rcrve district* [ iho* an iiicrea*.- and four a de. creaee. pi t-'nil'jr. 1 with last Jrtr, I"?1.' The M'rir . .i;..-':? Kansas City. l?al. |??. ari.i \tlanta districts were the ones tatllnic t-> show a anln. and f smaller sat--* !n three -again point to th- lowered p*:r.-ha?lna inner of farming cm mrr-lt lea. Of the at* big ar->ups t r.ta.l stores for which the l;.?.r?. lion i d -.implies an Index of ea'.s. ' v<- cd Improvement over m > ' >' nti' Thf?f were tlepartita t ? mail order liluaea cla.m r?o rv ?t.,r. * c...

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

HE" -\ j Market and F: MARKET LIVELY ON GENERAL FACTORS Renewal of Forward Morement Checked a While Ago. Late Trading Irregular. (Rr Maarl I*. Wnll <Br HD?cI?I I ??.?< ? - ?-* ? ? -"VM TY I'J 1 lie noke World-News) Wall Btreet. New York. Oct. To?I?T ? ? another lively day In all the market*, but Vith no fresh Influences at work. the stock exchange It was simply a case of renewing a- forward movement which waa Interrupted a month sao because It had hewn aolng ahead too fast and because the speculation for the time being had beta . overdone. -A situation of thla sort always uaMa for re-adjustmevtt. and -the reaction which sot In after l-abor l>ay. and continued up to the close of last waek would undoubtedly have come about under any circumstances. Hut It waa helped along by the crisis which developed for a week or so ad the result of Turkish demands upon Thrace and the menacing military moves at the l>ardanell?s.. . The political troubles se...

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

K BC? K10HTKLN CONTINUES HEAVY ' Winter Apples Begin to Move With Yield Smaller Than Fali Varieties. i Chicago. Oct. ' ?(Uy the A5jo' , elated I ? .--The f?afrti's moveincut i f and trteitblti la fully 4S.0"' .1** nh-.id of laM year, .deep.te th? : ?li'>rtage reported In some i-1- - .'.'tTi.-ta according to todas e ii ! . ! ' iir?' of the t'nltnl Males I iit.iu of Agricultural EconORj lv * A l .o v ! tr.croaMng ?on<*-al supply of i : --1 'Isvae it striking f.r.ture ! t.i. -I'untlon during the Inst \? < ( k S? ptemwer. Potatoes apples n l iim;.. * comprised twothirds oi ??k? fruit and vegrlatde A'p'ii.nt- About too carloads ? ' pot note .Tr v-d In Chicago dally. Xvtv York iiti*] Chicago dally re* tired n .re than f "0 rare each, of apple* ."-urine the week. Movement of pro-luce sualty continues very hrt\ v 'hri'.uah October. I'rlcaa have held ns St. a Is 'a* could tie expected under lib- r-y! supplies. . potatoes rent irued weak decl tiinr five to ttm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

w- ^A' J ^ W[ *' 'I TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" N ^3fT\ H | % ^v WEATHER FORECAST I ?SSs g)p |{0M0kf P*0flil"|stiu^ ^^51 VOL. 40.?No. 84. 18 PA0E8 TODAY ROANOKE, VA? FRIDAY AFTER NOON, OCTOB BR 6, 1922. PRICE THREE CI NT8 | IMAMS as MAW SWITCHES SELECTION v > | - V .rfm~h - + * Lineup an ir A %TtrnMn iA^Abbs iinr Witt, cf. McCor Dugan, 3b. (Nation* Ruth, rf. kind plai PS* R. Meusel, If. Klem Schang, c. al) aecon Ward, 2b. Hildet . E. Scott, 8?. (Americi Hoyt, p. base. Score by Inning! i Giants .... . Yankees . . . . . ? Polo Oronnds, New York, Oet. 6.?(By The Associated Press.) ? Tha midget msnbger.. Miller Hngr. gins, shutfled the deck of the Yenkee pitching staff this afternoon and then led with his third ace. Waits Hoyt, in hopes of winning a first victory In the world series fro mthe Giants, who are already In the prond possession of one game. Manager McCraw looked with critical eye over the Giant barters, but gave ao intimation of bis choice for hurling duty aatii ' game tim...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

SAID TO HAVE ? MET DEATH ON WEDDING TRIP Married Hore Lr.st Tuc?daT and Is Rrnortrd t-? ve Been Killed Hear ? Washington Wednesday. ^Vtlter K i ? n. Ib rtj "* * i ! IViiVif, i*?? '? I Rd*. whu.li,.,::. : y.sa l.lUiv V> v?l. >t Stuart. In-'.' i.i-t TiK'dJttj'. w ltH?d near Wj.'.i :u:i i.. l?. e, tli? Uowlni i].?> ?n :>ul vmoliilv Heck. rcunl i t t a Uit?r received y Mr* A 'ft 'ii ?* . cf Mi'lwiy, It sulu rb i'l Ihn . : ? Tli* letwr w u? I. in Mr*. Untnnum, I relet In i of .Mt? Tfi m.m-in'*, .mil ran ruth.r i.-.- it .11 l nul nay low the h> hi. rit >;ri fil. i,,.r nlii ic t happi n 1 ii 1 hi \> l ift ?i nl 011 to My tout lit vte.s liiumil at I II KliHk \Vtilnr*liii inmamit 11ml Intrnir: I wu? at a ml'H k that altarlaptt? Wr. a'niT Mj L 1 li.i"n were marri?a i>> the Ki t .1 i.ullicr iii?t>*r. Mater <f S: M.irk'.i i.ulhetan Tturch. t{o? ;-i:v. ami left here fot (Vtakh...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

pp I ^ ~v V %OUfiifI RELIEF | AT LAST IN SIGHT ii. '! Shower* Pr?dioted For Fir I South Tonight and In VirPginia Tomorrow Hight. knU la lk? wkUk tea ?te ii*?l?I part * tte caaatry far fte laat Imr ? Ova mikii waa aaaa later la tte Walter Kama fcrvaal. wklrk aaaaacat that a>>aia waM he Nulk, followed by Mkm so atarday m litutar *%kt At least soma temporary relief *u la sight for the whole Booth la the next 24 hours, the Boreao predicting bowers In Georgia. Florida. Tennessee and Kentucky tonight and Heturdsy. gbowera also were forecast tomorrow or tomorrow night la Vlrslnla and North and Sooth Caroline. Despite the extent aod Intensity of the drouxht, however the damage to crops has been exceedingly smell. ag'rteulturiats d.-. lure, because of the harvest generally being- practically over. The most aerioas effect has been the retard ley of winter wheat-1~ sowlng. Rural commonftlee la wide areas also have suffered from the drylnc up of streams, wells and reservoi...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

H^== ? SOCIAL' ANE MRS J. W. SH Offlc# Honrs 9 to 10 A. M. Pb ("Tjs apt fcr to?o ? > Ilf? la 'Ana Bin ! toe i Oar l? tout the t '. n|"?t l?(f, A droprlna tear. W* Bay# no t rr.c f> rpu/t " ay the noure A*l mux "ton 'a ?4T?n ?n a w.rld Ilk* lift H)t(l v ! 1 v * I .. ? i n 1 ? '??< hive : Unc. o/ 1* t/.e Wow ii'rrtu ftu ... I 'Ik' >-> I II everl ' ha t)*y F(!f <1?? ? . i i> * h bl'azeil tall . Holir after ho - silil til ii.n; In new ?po!' --Allan; "The Kfv ar.d Mm. t. S Miller will celebrat* th?ir if<il'l*n viilillnt? b?t"relay night wtlh a liomn rumiiiK from I to 10 o'clock a! their tc*ldence On SurnlJ.* Iitgli' a m rv1. * will he given f r th- It*-v an I Mr? Millar l the Church "f lh?' llrrthre.l. of whim Mr. Mlilrr i? the r??lor. Mr*. rt. II. lbnm|iiin ttrturn. llnm*. Mr< II H. Thumiuon. of hlllerur. Mollis' h?? returnwl to her home after a delightful vlelt to her ron. U)-Jlawr and da...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

-e? ' *' f v f?. - \ *' j v JAIL AT NORFOLK ; SCORED IN PROBE Jlew Building Recommended \ By Committee?Find Bed* I Held Together By Ropes Norfolk, Oct. 6?Immediate ir?c? tlon of t now and modern Jell bolldi|( in recommended by the city Jail committee In n report aubmltted today to Judge W. H. Sargeaot. of Corporation Court. Part One. / The report la the reault of art Inspection made by the committee Sep* tember 2?. and aete torth. In detail the follnwin" >" ndltlons found to aa4?a* U t?- - * - " *' iat uuuaing: Jail overcrow ded?In one room containing flve beds there were eltv* en Inmate*, and In another contain* In|r eleven beds there were twentyaeven Inmates. Treeent structure "badly planned and In need of so many repairs that It would l>e an economical nteanure to build an entire new structure." Main sewer too amall, resulting In gtoppag* and overflow of toilets In orrldors. m Cells on esst aide - of bultditfu (occupied by negro men In which V*e awn never sh...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

' The Roanoke World-News lalabUai-rvl IS*? f' HOAVOKi. Va *?bllakr<J K>rr) 1<j7 E*opt S-.ndiy ?ur? TMK? WORLD CORPORATION. Xian Buikliot. Koano*?. Va. ^Tgmus i' ?Isn r.'itN. gpiiof. Mrntxn of ' Attartrao Kc?apai>er ruMtiUfrf A Mortal I oe oulbcro Kr??t<aprr Putuiahrra' Aaacdatloo Tbr AMOdairtl Prraa AlVl'l Bureau of Ctmilallob fill A MOT1 a tr?'. rrr? it rxctualrtl; UtW to lb* m for rrpubllcatloo of alt awa diapatcbca c-e.vtrrt to It or oot Otherwtaa cretlitcO in Ibla paper ?n<1 alao tta local n??i pubi tbr J berala jrtlRKJOS RSi'RKSE MTATlV* . Fralirk A fli re loc, .Sew Torfc and Ctllcaao katrm] at PoeT-iffim at Itoaoobr. Virginia. at 5rc""'i v i ?? nan ra res in adVanc* IS <*Bf? r?-r ? crs ray able is carrier. Rtj 24 i?rr T'sr p*yabt? at Ibf office. HY MAIL rally. cn? jnr . M 00 Dally, an moot be 93.30 Daily. three mnnlbe Dally, one >noi,.h , . . . f 0 A0 TEI ErTTo.sffS ~~" puriof the Da? All C...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

Radicals Sp Of Americ In the Ru - * i tkittrlnkuiir, Rutaln D-p'. 11.?I (Br Mall )?Difficultly and ?IUa*n- I tlona h?a aliaaaai? A '??u inc iiiiriiui ? *j,u*b Autonomous c.m*122 -V^1" * "' hrphenSSzi... b<,r*,?<? i' ii>?. sett*ii, ^members of the communI ' iS Mf? ma*l4? thii - way r>ack "*'?? ot mX item tn# Un' ?d w?nt io ill* crl* ffLJS Th?:kJn, V* m,n~ w?Tch. u #? ?ri??V #t? W?t. slY"i?ro ,.? . Haywood, the au^hir^t ii i leader, and a #. LKuJI,Un * ?* American as*?W eome of them are bef.iJL J? ft come -nut. and they brine . !.turmoil which they eay ?ulu<. wlh* ,wo towns where the colon late have settled. Mark Cdafaalen Resorted. #. *' Kamerovo, where the reel fields are located, and at Nsdajenskl, Where are the steel" works, there is naming . out confualon. My the men who here cult. Home hitch has developed as to the conceeelon, they ?*?Urs. as a reeult of which the promised activity In production ha* Jealous***0*** ,0t? wr*n*...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

IP HplSwMtT . F^hr -llui ' Published I iMitor W1LJAM rv?iK?H L^XJ Sees Juniors ? In Danger Of Registering "O" 1 t.e r -s . f I'I held a abort Vuilrc >> *; ?:? r<1?y. immediately .,: * ' ', the purpose of *ork:ti; ?> ' - rpir.t an<l enthuaJasm. M- Tte addreaaed the meetmr :? He t that urilesa they woke t t - v :'d r- if later aero for the f?: v: . rn' "Yi?u have two huni!r?<i !> ' -uemhere." he de?Jnre<! "arid tt -re are only fifty prea?n' l 1 a ?. He put t ' up to them square. V s.?>." c 'hat it they over <?i>cted t t t i n the map they must K't ' ? and pu?h.. "Cooperation arid push are the only thir.ua that wl'l d,.. the trick," ha titdared Calltna f'.r rrtticiam and commenta,he received several helpful sugicestfi-na from member's of the- claaa. The queath n of ai t-er.danc# was brought titt ? nii I Va mi11 i - t :, . r? u a f mi n<4 r* V>a ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

I Tomorro\ III FREE! FB k ?TOMORROW? | 60 ALUMINUM STEW PANS B 60 Quality Brand Aluminum Stew ] ^ will be given away absolutely free! ' . : 4 I Quality Brand Aluminum Wai Starts at 9 O'Clock Sharp t Every Piece Guaranteed 20 Y _ What49^KWU m ffirtT 7>h3 SSu&iFryPkn TklOMmtSt %lf7o I ___ LQOJgj ' , Juit a few more High Grade Dinii Prices. Oet yours before it's too late. | MAHOGANY DINI g! Regular $275.00 10-Piece Walnut 1 II Buffetj China Press, Oblong Dining Tab! f Leather Beat Side Chairs and one Host < I design, 10-Piece Suite Complete. Sale Pi 1 EXTRA! ? I Regular $325 10-Piece Brown Mai 60-inch Buffet, beautiful Oblong round ( Press, 5 Leather Seat Side Chairs, and '< rect Queen Anne design, 10-Piece Suite < SEE THIS NEW ENGLISH ] I ROOM I Regular $400 10-Piece English Rei of 66-inch Buffet, extra large China Prei < beautifully shaped oblong Dining Table, .r Arm Chair. 10-Piece Suite Complete, Si BEDS! BEDS! SIMM...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 6 October 1922

PURE MAD ABOUT GAS BILL ? GIRL CLERK SOOTHES TlUlt'a \\ b > A t rmlnlnr Vnlff (imli ) imi ti 'I hi- I mplnlnt K*; ikJom 88 Chicago. t 5?If you've wonr>>4*red why a v'n.i.n meilr you when W* Mi comi*! >1" b'a* company ; that la Pl !!.> !."I- - III* was too high, ktri 'i the r. W'nn ..ti rt i.larlr valuable to publ c ut;!ito- companies because they rmdi ; uivirm complaining customers." e.< >1 Martin J. Insull vicepresident ? : t: - M-Idle Wot Utlll. tie* Corf.,:. at a meeting of Its worn, n I r.ployi*. **They make a better Impression than nun. . .;? p belti r-feeling toward m.f ;> l;.?t a- enterprises. "Then '* no r< aeon for the belief thai God rnatfd women simply to be stenogrnnhrrs and clerk*. They hare executive ability and are well fitted to take h'gh offices In public Vtllltie* cor; orations." PLEADS IGNORANCE TO STILL IN A KITCHEN W-inehest. r. Oct. 5?(SpeclaU? Ernrst Kitchen, nie...

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