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

IN PUNCHERS ALL KCOAIM HEROISM I OF LOYAL COLLIE ere-hearted Companion Bares Injured Plainsman I Prom Thirst With Water I Carried Prom Pool In" I Shaggy Coat. City. Mont.. Aug. S3.?Tickle Htli? herd and the friend today of tb# cowboys of iho sunbaked, sac* all oovered plains of Kastorn MonHia. For "Spotty" Stewart, -who has Hi this part of tba cattle counHfor forty years, first as an Indian bt*r and scout and later as a hard ing cow-punchsr. own hla life to Kkle after three daya of torture on burning dry plains. Brickie Is a collie. Three years ago Hrtty." christened Daniel when he Ha^born In Scotland slaty-seven - "> """< ??? toiin, io?n oniy nip, and look him to hi* horn* near ro. *fcot|jr" at on* time owned a * hard of bald-faced cattle, bat ? Itrd was wiped out br droocht d cold winters. Me Named Him Tickle, loon after ha picked up the collie p he tar ted oat a?aln. and *wllh ? doc to help him haa cafed for a r oalvea and yearlinca. He aare Mated the doa Ti...

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

. . IJil.J II IIV 111. p i'WENTf.TWO I Danville Police C The Installing lttOT ll*. Aug. Tha elty counHI and the police commission totethrr he* a sounded the death knell o Slajhi Harry tVoodlng*a policy of vnlercy In dealing with offenders in 'he P'li'T court over which he has :>re?)?ic-il (or the past quarter of a .-?i:tti. > ' is* offenders who have In the past foui .I a ymle taskmaster p residing a* e r> reived the shock of their llvea on rt.iMr.it the u nnotmcensent that r eet.it e ?>ctoher 1st tt will be a case f "p.-iy up vr so up" in the police rourt I'ey Tlaae By Installment Kor I nr Tiers It has been the eustline of the mayor after fining offr: ders to accept from them part - |.j>njcnl of their fine and to accept the piedffe of finishing the payment ",.ii the successive pay day. Very "* often the period of grade was extended In Ir.stnnead where heavy fines twvrre pa d out. Now, nil of that has r s?t to stop and when the ...

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

a ; * J ' "* v II, . I . ' I . ' " Women ofEpiscot Raised The Sum Historic Ainu Bum Which V Mince* to Present J *'Vr>P i of Southwee Anvalms basin on which haa been placed a total o< 9M14.M9.lt In tffta by won?an to the ?plscopal Church, f will ha iim4 at Portland. Or*f?a tJoptcmber 7th next whan tha Won' aa'a Auxiliary of tha Church, mac tins , la oonneetio^ with tha Kplacopal Ganaral Convention: will praaant thalr thlrtaanth United Thanh Offering at a special convention service. Tha amount ot this triennial offering will not ha announced^nptll the day of tha MrrlM but It IB confidently expected that It will approach cloaeiy to three quarter* of a million dollars. Tha oSerhK of tha woman of the ^Diocese of Southweatara Vlniak will be presented by Mr a. W. ? Mingo*. ' United Thank Offering treasurer. Mrs. T. I>. Hobart. of this altrf Is preaidant of the Woman's Auxiliary oC. tha Dloceae. A. po man tic atory of woman's devotion and Chrldttan keal surr...

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

V ? J /' PT v m TWENTY FOUR f W INKLE 10 " f CHRISTEN SHIF Oovernor's Daughter Will Officiate at the launching Of "The State of Virginia* . ) Au* * .? l.lttte Mix* Helen Pie Trtnkl* l? t? ehrlaten the new % * ?*;. Tk* state of Vlrstnla. tb be l*i' h? d at Wttmiiiston. l)*l, t .September * t'h* Imi'ttlon came to Governor TVink'* tod?y from tiavlea tV*rfleld. prerMetit of the company having the ?htp bu^tt. ami the party will make the trie from llaltlnrore to tvilmmrt"" In'Mhe private car of Vr. tvartleld Mrs. TrinMe ami Colonel Hiram M. Smith. chief of atafff. will alao make the trie Governor W. .D. ri?ii?v of nelawnre. alao bent ah invitation t" Governor and Mrt. Trfnkle l? be the at the Executive Mention on September g. fo;if>M ni the christening. end to attend the i>elusvare btgie Fair oh M[ that day. I This invitation was also accepted. }"- The party, will leave here the nluiil hi ->| Sep!ember 5 ROCKY MOUNT Roc v Mount V?. Aug. 2J.? (Special.)?The...

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

# / f ' ' ~ Politics, Say Astor, Mm Cleaning ' UMo% l?t. ? .?<?r Ik* hur> Jhwi torvio*.)?Lur Hum# AMf kU M ?NIN t? kM? Um kn> i- t Mm ft Mr M, ft IMMI I* IWft BM ?mpnatlcaUy 4*ctar*4 tftl* hr.Tjer 5 'HHi SSvnf^'"'" 4affiiKi " ' VaoMad a* **aMN ImIIHI,* SirfM mi U know rtlMl Ik* rtf>rt&*'Sf.W2*K,ria; r** Hi ft* mm* mrrwhtr* CM*. AIT mm MMH MMM f* **11tlc* only ?kM forcad to do X> and Mill ****** only u many aa ar* .sa'.AWj;? % &ufrafe^2 lulfMurr* mn took ma onto tti* *?or. I tu aaarad, too. But whan I a*w tear Uojr* OOorgra waa a ha kin* I couldn't Help lauahlna at the two ff them. I to mad to than and aaUL 'Buck up, aa nil a ma n; It ftn't &a pad aa you thJah.' and aomahow I i?t thdm onto the door with ma." Lady Aator ran her Bnaara through kar fair Mt aa aba aoaalderad tha aarly aapartancaa of kar office, altar LMtam Boer. "Aftar tha M. P/a had hear* ma talk faw tlmaa thay daaldad that I waa ...

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

I; K^TWENTV SIX iiiFSt toll 1 WOMEN student: " TO BE NOUSEWM > University of Cincinnati H Catechism For Brides t Answer Before Taking Matrimonial Plunge. fi-i v<1?' A - .<?UuallAratlc [f^V f.-r Pel ! . !.j' a change I ihe The cl-fa*! . e.l clrl w ho thou( the k'' past the gate* of mat rv?nv w 'th .< h*' d-errlroldered trot " nu * <! n - iper!! IJll knowledge < haf<r.t mI.n1- r ?'* tj>? ? w ill .And tl she has i '?t ! -r v laim to a stea Ilia trim .a J 'b' This ? M!?? Klorrr ct A Otis' vli f.'.thi- vi a '< 'at mti of sriris. A * X;** l>tti ' wh; t<> know, for aha h ^ Jus*. recentir ton made head of t m lirw drpat 'nurt m the school I ' * women at ih? l'ni\emit} of Clr.cl natl at ! is to begin spreading h partu .. ..r : ol f gospel tl.rt u Z' the cla'e'-p.tn* of tnat municipal ed V catlora. ? rp: t?? within a few da; llnmr-MiUlnii I'rof raalon. * ,I|l n-....

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

teMMPSMBa II 111. II Unsung Her Sleeping " > ^ > " *" *1 ' "** ' Wld^estar. inwt -fl?Aft* tho tmmnl hsrs Thursday ?rt*rnoon of Mr*. Frances Kelly f*J, who died suddenly t* CttjDherlnut Md.. of oxalic acld> poisoning. taken by tntetftko Ibr mKi, i wwjjhf ot Confederate veterans pcscenb,pointed to % grave nearby. masked hp a rough-dressed granite stone tad terlBa/ In deeply ohhahb I attars P name, "Lsam Areola," mm sunt ot Mrs. Peary, and re galled an Incident of the Civil War that had MO* VIM Arnold luioui u i I#ml tveroleo ??4 Confederate aeonf An ut of ben. It was related. ? salted In "StoadYalf Jnekeon's marvel one osptott is trapping sn irmjr of 14.000 red?e*l nMm ?t larpere Ibrey.. W. Vs.. In tbe let* lupmer of 1H2, capturing 11,000 V> of tbem, including Brig.-Uen. NelSOA d. MBss^ft mc? ot M4 MtllleiT, over )M wsgnar said enormons oMgtlftn Of camp end garrison equipment. rwt net or w?? MIa Arnold we* Um daughter of Jdbij Arnold. *1 Vln...

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

p .-'-y* 1} i Bhr?N"n' ktqht ilaO THIEVESlsf B CHILDREN TO ROB E-5 ANDJ1STORES !liefts Increase With Cloie ol Schools. Managers Find? More Boys In This Line of Shoplifting. Ph:'?<!?'r* Shoplifting a f;v? : r may rot >;>**! to !ardr~f 1 . i itmnali (he oit ltir'C:. r o iy . f making monry. it th.> n.i ?s?r* if tl.i ?o oatabllihanta In this < !!? art- at their wits' * ud to combat the a tivitirsi off Juvejilll* th.c\e? In the Opinion of otic Rf the i: . ?!.?* ' ? \ i y >J ? cstcrday )tfter tw>> child-en hi..r li'vli Cft'-l|Cht KMtMlir.c trinkets the l.ttle ones are { JaiorkinK t.-iilrr :(ir J.icrtion i f thy e'.iplder ci imifial* J S. H Trom. ii.irat'r of a 3 anil ? J5? frr.t ?t. rr ^t T - n h m>?| Market Utreifa. (tar? I. a? h ? furl ner opinion that i'f vmnti 'i season in the pcholds *a> resp-'tislbie f.,r the Increased tin it* i.t "The wi re; .? it Is." said Mr Trout '"tha"...

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

. American League -1 ' w York 7S ' M (N I L0?l? ? ? T? 'H .t?? ttntt M *7 414 Mv*to?4 .*... ? Ji 4H ':::::: ? :.E ill toaton ...s... ?? Pi* .MS At Waafck s&.tssk..?' *?K"55to. _ nunuMUi. AVg. II,? u y (imeiy Ittlng washing!? wm easily (rem Detroit tut, today- MopMiit was iron* ia the plschrs, while Detroit aed (Mr pitchers. att of thorn either lid or laeffactive. Hollowajr, who erM la the final . round, Joined Mrdt Friday, etatat from- Asnote. la the Soeth Atlantic Ueagueetroit did J04 ddd?1 it ?. (ashlagtoo.. ldd Idt tlx?T Id 1 FtHetle. Moo? Olson. (follower ad WoodalJ; MogHdgfc and a Parity. National League _ ttSdlH off tlahe. Mdal. ^ Won J.??t Pet. row Terfc ........ Y4 4d .dlT hleago dt t? .MT V Louis #T 14 .?J4 faetaaatl d? M .?4? tttsburgh dt t? .14 > lladelphla 41 1? .tdd oeton 4d Yd 111 ,* mi?lie Yirtitlsy. At dnrlsMtl, t-T: Boston, d-d. At Chicago, t: Philadelphia. 1. At St. L^>ql?, t| Near York. IS. At Brooklya-Pttubarsh. rata. cm..,* ? ?t...

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

TH i K'l'Y IF YOUR CC I ?-r- - ?=??rraa T HE ' WORLD NEWS i C .?4e-1 n-lvertlalnf ralce Tt m lloe 0 eorde 10 tbe lin? ) r> ?p!j? rim:fln) Me per Inch AH < ! ?; fled ?Ir?rti?l0f etrtctly . fv4 In i.!unce .apeetaJ .*.'> rate* to tonftcna ?d 1 r"-.ivtt ou application (.atb irutl ae-ompioy at] out of! to?'> ord- n .ViacliM-.AoatlOM not permitted. N. rata of bear; black-faced type permitted All ? 1"-uaeoarota tea at reach Ibe ?r??? office by 8 30 p. m. for "i-uai cml Cionuof; Saturdays tj t ( n. THONE 314?. a-- < AUTOMOBILES E< H ->\! > NT n A R(J AIN?Emn tourTn* . . H ie n Call at Nclaon Bard~ v ? P03A run SA'K? iiar-1 o-paaecncer car. to cood condition at a bar fain 711 W. Salrra .?o I'tion- C'i4? M WJtl iHNM'Un. 1P1U MODEL, TOURING In po**! ootid Mori. new ttrca. Account lcav1-.r or < Will conaidrr reaaonable caah .Br i'hene N A W Branch 37. 9051 EoK *tLK?1 j ton Eord truck, in yood conu...

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

I Market and Fi I N. Y. Stock Lirt" I SnS^0^: If* ?IS5 H . Am Can ? * ii% Am Car and Fdry ... lt? lt9 Am HMo A U p(d ... 7?* 7?* Am Intar. Corp. ...... s?<4 <>? I Am Mnaood Am a. * Roflii'tnr"','. <3K cj Am ?u?ar ..... ?av? asm m Tob- ??* ?* :::::*,MA 'J!5 K >4aSr ?ssr?:nj .at ,ai Atlantic CoaatlAnn 111 * ?7I*F AiLQuifA w.i. ;;; m " ?* ::::: % 31 Canadian PaoiOe 141% 1441* Central Leather ...A. dlfl 41% Chandler Matern ..... 44% 44 Cheaapeake * Ohio ... 74% 74% SK'ffiivv. HS Hi afisikSafaf .p.~ ?{| *iS . ? ? ?<>? . 14% 79 Columbia On* * Bloc. 144% 144% Cora Product* 111% lit pfe;:;:|l ill s:::s!"fc&&::::::. !?8 jj& Oonoral Motor* ...... 11% 1JU n8 ?. laland Oil ..' .. " llltaol* Control itiu l?r% inaplratlon Copper ... 41% 41 ;nt. Harveator ] ?% lo> > Int. Mor. Marin* pfd ., it 41% Int. Iinr |4% 67 Juvtnclbl* Oil 14% 14% XallySprlnj. Tlr* ... 44% 44 ...

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

py""" * THIRTY TWO -* * PARTNERSHIP. WITH EMPLOYEES HELPS BUSINESS An English Company Demonstrr.tcs the Advantages of Treating Proper Kind of Workers Well. V.c 7.?i By J^all.)?At the :li >-Mxblla]|tnent of "Uei-r- Kr. : i r?. l'qfl Sunlight."' J.c-rU I., verhulm* Iim long demonCERTAIN RELIEF FOR INDIGESTION 71 "Up' * -i !?:. ! i*? attendant III* nh.ii" d>t-pi pk.a. hfurt-bilrn, -sour s'oma i?. p:nvt.? pains. dynrnury, dlarrh.ea. rnj|. , rhclera morbus, chronic i.Cir.it: -r.. pus. etc.. and e\?n ? k. i-roin headache* arc iiow dit ' ; traceable to disorder* Jn the diC"?t!*-e orctu* and can now qu' v relieved with new cord.al c.v'.ed A n'l-Kernicnt." orlclr.sfed t? ? druccist arid recomfrdei he physicians. 1 The f- ' before It Is fully d,Ee>-c: ;a::? putt I n ?c Into solution toxic r-:? - r * that are absorbed Into the Irr.tatinc the Intestines and * ;; r.p up inflammation. To a-rtd tt. * ;i'j simply hava to previ rt r-rtT.tarlon by usinc Antii e-r-': '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 1922

I * .1 EBB H>1)? ^mmktJ?Jotgljb -3>3etD ? 3 | | yOL.4Q^-N?. 61. 1.0 PAQES TODAY BOANOKE. VA? TUBSDAY AFTERXOON, APOU 8T.8 8, 1922. PBICB THREE CgWTI !] RALBOARO LEGtSLATIVt HEARING AOJOURNEO [ TOMEETWEONESDAV iGrable Telegraphs President I and Cummins Asking For Amendment to Transportation Act to "Enunciate Living Waoe Principle"? Board Will Not Go Outside Act. Chicago, Au?. XI.?(By The Aiaoclated Press.)-?'The Railroad Labor Board today denied the motion of W. Jett Lauck, labor statistician. that the board immediately define the principle or a living erase. In ease hi the malntennee ot way employee who are seeking Increased minimum rate* of pay. At the request of B. P. Orable, president of the malntennee organisation, the hearing then waa adjourned until tomorrow moralng. ' Mr. Grable announced he was telegraphing President Harding ud Senator Cummins, one ot the authors or the Transportation Act, at Washington today, aaklng them to present to Congress an amend...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 1922

TWO f llNESSl P DRIFTING TO f S. JEFFERSOf Number of Concerns Openoi and About to Open For Business In That Section. * .? <11 South Jefferson Streei a I.i-k and Franklin Jloac jMat f r a short time were vacant rop'ril; being rented. T: e te-r "'in formerly ocruple \ inr .mil Itrorn at No. fill Jcf fir?< n Street. a ill be opened Mon <i?v tin rr in if by It. J. Staton, vh ?ill operate a grocery store. Th ootn is t in?: r. modeled and add! tional shelve; put In. This will no * t>e a t vln* store, Air. Statoi decland this tnornltiir. John Vlat tornierl v <f the firm of Vlar am v.'ll bo associated with Alt -ijt<>n. Tire s'orr room situated on the ens I.. ,f Ji t. r.?"n Street, jtext to thi .<i \>art I'ry OanlnK establishnaent i? huttr :"it "in repair for a tenan ? ho ? .1 ... '-iipy It within a shori iiii ''. i; -* understood. Two r< t'.rms have taken ove ?toic-r?. t .* on the e...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 1922

SLASHES IN FUNDS ALTER CAMP PLANS ' ~ 1^1 " ' ,'H Guards Of The State Were Tc Hav^ Visited Virginia Beach In A Body COST VIRGINIA S15,OOC I i ' a Federal Government! Share Of The Expense Placed At sieo.oeo ^ Rr CAIITKH W. WOMKLKr 111. i.muihi, AU|. 2I.WWIIJ) |M r?ttirn of Mm lieth In'aigry. Virginia National Ouord, from It* encampment at Virginia Beach. the itlrd Virginia National Ouard regiment proeaodod to the same encampment. AdjutantOoaoral Sato originally contemplated tho encampment of tho entire. National Utfhrd forco for a period ol fifteen days. and also tho sealing of a t>t a to rifle team to participate In tho National matches. Owing to a reduction In tho allotment to tho State from tho Federal government. and to a decrease la the State appropriation by tho last Ueneral assembly, It was fgund necessary to modify these plans %y the elimination of two separate companies, neither of which was a pert of any technical unit. Otherwise, the original plans are being car...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 1922

The Roanoke World-News R RatabtlahaO 1MB * mL . koinou. VA. P***tHba? ar?^DM_Sac?t Buadar mm niM WORLD CORPORATION. Vr_nMM|(lil. Roaaoho. Va ^^^RjBS^yT'mRBPRN. Rdilor. BS3ES *t MmtIcm Si?K?pir Pub'.uhero' AMoeUtiai Um Mi MW Publlahrr*' AmocUUcn TM Ao?oci*t*d Prroa Audit Bureau of Circulation H Ha AaaoeiatoU fiw ta **ciuai**l/ ro Ml tMtad to tba UN for ropab'.icatlou of *1 H; d:?v?tchr? c. edited to 11 or no KaibiroMt mtftiO la thia papor and ale tba local no* publiahod hrrota ^P" PoRuon reprEar.ntativr. R ******* * Rata*, toe. Now Tor* arxLChlcaei Bntorod at PootoSlct at Roanoar. \irrtn:a aa Second Claaa Mall Matter RATES IN ADVANCE It nan par weak pmytbt* to eorrlor. 10 24 par year noablo at lb* oBlo*. BY MAIL Dally, ono roar IS Ot H Dtllr, at* Biontbi f- M H DalIr. throe month* II 51 I l?*l'r. oao month 10.M I TELEPHONES Durine tbo Da* Ail Call* ?1C At Niebt 5:30 P. M. t* > 30 A. M. udaeaa Offkca 3141 MtlortaJ Cnnniniil . ' 1144 Coaun ua teal Ion and all tn atiara at aa...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 1922

I | SOCIAL AND I ^ MM. J. W. SHJ ^B aMBBBBBaaanatss OfOet Bonn: 9 to 10 A.M. PI H mii t Ifet woat about accustomed task. As qulatly as before. I Put roH* In tbo yellow bowl, Nov curtain* at tb# door, Folding .the ihwti oho laid sonio I Of'^arVndar lucid*. But In h?r room?an *mpt7 room? Mho had ao prM*., ^B ?Julia Johnson DaVle, In tho Eep^B tember Lyric. I Itatortalaod tor Btuu Amelia Mrs. H. H. Oardon. of noar Baloai. 1 sal kostuoa of a boauftal pru-nup. ^B tlal auetlon bride* party yesterday I ^B afternoon. oompiiuientary to Mloa Amelia Harreycutter, a foridb of next J Three uklti *MM?d in play. and a delicious supper wag MrvH after the (tnt, ^ . r HfeMTtfttea Bmm at Ciwtrr Ctak i An event of interest to Country ' Clan members I* * no titer fcubeoripl Ion , One* to bo |ilM at the dob boas'. . on Widntidsy night. wars 1?d Iter- : nis'i Orchestra. of Cincinnati, u-. 1 mill dispense the muelc. This orchestra will fill a return engagement, having played at the club oarly In August. wh...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 1922

K bryanwDTgo to party's aid Commoner to Take Stump For Democratic Ticket in Nebraska? Support Ends Long Inter-State Feud. Washington. Aug. 59. ? (By the International Nt? ? S? rvice.i?William J arming a Hrjtu will toss hla old campaign hat hark Into the national political arena this fall. It waa learned today from Bryan himself in an Interview. Bryan announced he would "take the ttump" for hla former' political enemy, Senator Gilbert U. Hitchcock, who la seeking re-election to the Senate from Nebraska. Bryan's endorsement of Hitchcock - officiallyends the oldest feud within the l>emocratlc )>arty and one which a decade ago threatened to deatroy the party. Back of llryan'a statement wua the apparent purpose of Democratic leadera to heal every political wound within the ranka In order to present a united party front In the November election* Their hope. a? voiced by Bryan, la the election of a Democratic House as a preface to placing a Democrat in the While House...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 1922

4 MEE BGNER ' RIDGES'DEM lin Wild In Fifteen Round witest?Fights Like I Tiger At End B York. Aug-- II ?Johnny Do*' ftttrin Italian ntitflltec. ??c ilr dsfendod his SrorM Junior Hrolghl" tltlo tMlfkt, rWrtTlM Klgsa' dorialon tfttr a is round Bt with Vlncsni "I'oppor" Null Brooklyn. ths first round Dundso oont i to his kaaos ?hk a sharp Bo tbo chin. Martin was wild HlsSOd oft so so ths op-edy Ital anced about him. rushlnp him la a aorte* of vtdow oxobanaes i ?con<l. L)un<1|t landing clean4 ofteaer. They both Jumped ahead la U? third, (ichaacki punchea to the Jaw. VT fourth waa another aeries of IMliilfiaahttto hol.lJa* Ma a the punching. Ho waa made r 3fi;;v?";a? K-~ n# ami dodging tactic* IttUo and clipped Dundee with hard to tho chlaaereral time*. Martook the Italia* In tho sixth hard rtchta to th* law. r slowed down In th* #Tenth tor Martin had ahaken. Dundee a rlaht upporcnt tho ItalMn tod a two Headed aaoanlt to aad. Dundee started a punch Ins i th# ith aad ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 August 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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