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

gar"; . . ; ,?( *, r ' -r 1 , , Jl I Two SShot By Girl In Fight Over Nut* 10, and Hilly Hlmpson. It. who etera hot lot* yesterday in Campbell ConnU' by Nor I no Mason, 14, daughter yf Hk MUM, are doing very will In local hoapita). where they were taken Ooon after the shooting. The trouble occurred when a party of children, who were gathering beetnuts. became* involved in a rock battle and the Maaon girl, hearing of It, secured a shot gun and fired at the two boys.' Wright was ahot In the abdogien and the 8imp?on boy In the neck, knee and arm. The Wright boy was r*lli't*d by an operation but wnpson still has the shot la nta ne?k. WUMKV MCtl-K I'HinOX Kewport News, Vs., Oct. <By the Associated Tress)?Nina women, rsraped last night from the dsten-.' tlon liouex- here. One. ? whit? ?? ? m??. I* th"?s?4tt t? hare led thrw?r J while ?IrU* negro>-? were utile to K?t out aluo. On* of theae, Mary field. II found by officer* after the au .thorltte* i^T-elveil report of t...

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

10 Women Shopping For Supper On Spree Kr' ' New Tork. o.i ??(H y International New* Service ?T?n women churned with din rderly c hduot urnj B... Intoxication wi re arraigned *>efuie ' ' Mhfflatrute Mctjeehan. in YnrkvtUr Court. Poller rerords showed that oil Bt* had previously birn nrro?te 1 on slftillar charg.s ?Mte or tnore times. BP- All the prisntra w TO ni retted T" during the tught In ?'. Qabr'tTa Park. When arralgnM the women carried loaves f bread packages of meat and grocertca. \iv:n< gone en a apree while " liorplnc < t supper. IV TilK IIAl'? NKW9 Brigadier General Sir Charlei Ftar' Ington. tbe commander of the Allied force* In Constantinople. ha* had an URUiualW brilliant and varied military career, though he ha* only just passed h'.s Both birthday He enter^ * ad the arrr.v at the age of 20. after completing the course at Sandhurst. He served on the British, staff In the South African war nnd wns mano. tloaed 'n despatches twice. -receivin...

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

iwattFl TRIHKLE TO TASK . . Head Of Prisoner's Relief Society Declares Governor Has "Poily - Foxed" Enough Mr UEOHUK M. MAXN1WU Wuhington, D. C.. Oct. f.?'Vvu t'hlinw nou"h ?boat thU thin* ?nd I believe that In eelf?ihJ1'"' y?u had better cat down to ?Jan<l alaan op thin**" ""4t to tht message aent to Oof. " of. * L?e TrInkle today by E. K. Relief" M Vr^"Jrnt ?' ttl* 2?iUJL &?? ?*. 4* aaawar to tha K7*I#or^. 'aouaat tor an additional 2ft. .Witnesses who will taatlry u RmmMi'i Km* t'f ...I?M$?.in* reiterates la his letter that Governor TrtafctS, la their eoafdranaa In ftiehcnond with Duddlac !?**. haturday, daclarad ha wai aorry ?lH .ha; had Pardoned George S555??k of Roanoke, after be taw roddock a name aliened to several of tha affidavits charging cruelty at fbd rrl?on farm. -Tor what reason did you make that statement?" aaka Duddln* In ale >dUar to TTTnkie. **\Vss it because that fellow had agreed to five out what he knew about the oonditloas at t...

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

I: Fighters Are In f Grrk. Kid Norfolk aad Offeree Dporillr I lad. Kurget HIM Fee Dial? 4. ' (l?r t'alrrley.) R jtSjr Special leased Wire to The Roa*,? tooke World-Ni* ?. Copyright. 1*2S.) BY "Xew Tork O-t f ? ClrcutatlnK ?. through the stands at the world'* arte* game jou run Into a* many fighter*. near tighter# and nearly f-' . dchtrri. ai >ou would find In -the JgJtdlaon Square Garden. were Tex (TP JMehard to announce a free banquet lo the profession with rash souvenir rs A let of the fighter* are fair ball rl*.v' re and a pug such a* tove Lntzo Is almost good enough for minor Uague company. But whether th< y can play or not?they - *re all fan*. And they are ail at the Po'o airounda Chief and foremost lc Ju k I'empify, In a press sent with a 1150 tweed suit and a ' Rolf rap as big a* a young balloon. Jack is not th nktnff of fighting. All y lie talks about ts baseball, when he J J* rot signing programs for the fans who rr^wd around him. Charley fW'erner has ...

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

j? ' / [ADVERTISE ] WORLD NEW3 L V awin?4 a*Mrtt?*M ralrt 70 I In. " couoline e vrorrfo to Um Um ir.tV\tf UtTtfkoA Mo pat locb AM BlanHlif ndoaMinal aUictlt nab la adtano* ^ ***" 10 it?*-Una M ? i "ttoafa to a policy too Cask sail acctnatpanjr all ont-ol 10 ma groart Mlaelaaaiftcattona oot ptHBinpd Ku nu or boavr btack-faoad iip? > pormittro ! MftiMM ott?? by Ii5o"VT^ Iw uwimilw ant anpilnr. SM?nUy? ' t*V> ? - r PHONE SM'i. 1 1 I A THOUGHT FOR T^OAY 80intone baa said, "A little learning It a dan, gerous thing." A little adve.tlslng it expensive. I But continuous advertlsln?, tho' it la little, brings home the J>ac?n. EEv [ / / Tlf j . - 1 DOLLARS COUNT Let tu anve you'a few dollar* on yonr Pall Salt or Onsrcoat. Mitchell Tailoring Co. - , . ' m AUTOMOBIi.KH TOM, ML!?Om ford i puMMV. In loot MKiittaa. pr.?o *toe. Maw a. D^ gaao kxihaMOE?Aimovi mw, MM eMtai r?M Ooepr. Ma at cactra*. tor ?oo<J M of bit awttui nolo. Bos Mfl Ho.v WoflJ-.V?i _ B...

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

, ? ?SIXTEEN The Investor Bwk TrmInal*i \ nlfd ArlltllVa Make ll> laaara I ali|?a?They Da L >< ? i l> ,.ir. strf. (!< A> Italia, lnim ' . 4 Hat r I a la. Or t tllltlra, llat Art Good {T . lai eslmrata. Buih Terminal ? * .tried business actlvltUa. w 11 also to repreR sent wrt i. ?'<mr?hit unique, render P., ImpoMlMe I'Ot'lM classification I of It* :?a'n? Tm y tlo not properly belong ami np the rail*. Industrial*, I or utilities I'ltra conservative InI Vfitori fearful of breaking away from I the beaten path. so to speak, may I ?; *look t;n> >1.> upon rhe Hush list. Kor I the more i> preaaive. however, who are in position t.i follow cariilngn hfr# are ?vmriil Investment issues that Should be taken Into account. What llu'k Terminal Does. IU'<h Terminal Company a rentals froui the big piera along the Brooklyn waterfr. at represent a good share of Its inton e...

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

mpr ??? 1 . ???* Market and F STANDARD OIL IS v AGAIN ID FRONT M. T. Oompanj Declares 200 For Cent Slock Dividend?r Movement Orows Confuainrr Va? - -? ? ? "??? i* r Hurt p. w??i. i, (By Fpeclal L.?i?fd Wlro to 'lhe 5 . lloanoke Wurld-Kewa.) (Copyright. 1111) Wall Street, New York! Oct'. %.?, y/(f*&myu efock market peld lomi attention at the outset to the latest ^' Turkish news. >Vh?n It was found. ihawever. that the break-off of the K peace n<K"ttatlona was only teta|>?r ary and that tbe eonforence ?bsM " probably be irxunv-d the itr-t of next - week, the Incident ceased to exert ?f? feci. >3 arest amount of Intereat could ;.hs*< he*n aroused In the possible recrudescence of the Knropean war acsre when the other markets out? ?M? the stuck txekasfe were so aaJrponceriieU. Sterling exchange caput . .'. down rather sharply for a while. but this use ex eptlbnel. Porelpn Government bonds, after starting In slightly lower,...

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

EIGHTEEN Havana Streets W To Be Named In Honor Of Brazil Havana. S?v* I* ?(Ry Mail! b ??To cpbim : ?.! * f -!'cwh?t for CuRL . ba's fall.4 r ! a Sr>r>-lal ?lluloDUilr in R-ntillatl Crnfe tannia) f l , r xh I.it at iJio K ?< Jnr.o r< . . \ uHii: has lipf . Jirovni a n. laiiRi' th?- name of To ll i s*'? to Brasll. Th? BJ;' rbaiiKr ? . ? . . :? u.th ui>t<rot<riata EV * - ? r -i as :!ic mayor upK proui : Rockefeller Gives School To London Ln-: ! r. v - ! -I \ v Mall) ? Thro i- :?i- sr-irwlty of John P. I'.orX." ' I.onion. t* >n to ha** of . nr.mil fohools In thi- v-r if \\'-rh ha* Mr*.nlv lioitun on ih. *r?t J .1 't of th* hillUIIPK propr.itii. on v hn !i lir rn than H.OOO.Oht) i? to Ii.rprnf Th!? Irnl'irtes provit> <n f,,r a 11 a' : hotr* for the l 'iv*-*"v vr* II rpltal, an ob?: tra fhue ? ?.v .?tori*s. nml an rnlmv t < ' tit. ilical school. Ilon?o* ;n T'n*;&amp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

'p--?" ^ ^ , >V^. ?T' V V~ ? ' I. " !.?. 1 J1U UW 'TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" | Cjif T\ jfj H* I "V CIV ^ O WEATHER FORECAST I iSStt'S ?1)^ ^0ailA0 Pta?"JfeD? ksrirj VOL. 40?No. 83. 14 PAQE8 TODAY ROANOKE, V A., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 7, 1922. <' PRICE THREE CENTS. I ' | ?^ ??? - - " '-- A -*"'-- * - [MAYS AND MQUHIAN pE UP BOX BURDEN ????? w?;ong John Scott Held AmerifhV cans At Mercy In Third ^Contest?McGraw Thinks1 |;^Tie Was Nearest Hugmen taMjWill Come to Victory? | / So/ American Leader Admits J Men Not Hitting Behind g Anybody. i Polo Qrounds. N. V., Oct. 7.? t By The Associated Pre*.)?Murk and mist lay cupped in tbe dark follows of the Polo Orounda this I afternoon when the Yankees met Mhe Giants in the fourth tame of Mhe world series, while Old Man Gloom sat In the clubhouse of the Yankees, who were reellnc under ftwo blows on tbe button by the aggress Its National League ehara| pions. The American Leaguers were-the home folks today and gave fu^ nereal w...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

I TWO WANTS BONUS FOR | POLICEMEN WHO I GARRY OUT RAID Major Taylor Proposes Ordir% :i 15 .f if.* mbp?-vuuncu ncivis Matter to City Attorney. The "High t'o?t . f Hoot Ironing la Driving "Kin \>"i:.j Apptum i: before the Oily Council' yesterday Major !?. K Taylor, uf the l*pllea Department. propo?e.l tfiat iin ftl nance adopted tvhlch would I flv* * policeman 110 for making a MM that Jed to the Conviction of a lienor law violator Th.- matter wa? referred to City Attorney It. C. JackMn for opinion. . The ten dollars would l>o distributed anionic the ?<iuad inakiUK the raid. It ?ai declared. An officer makinn an ordinary arrest for transporting whiskey would not he eligible t/i receive the extra oornpen at I on. The State i* ?an! to allow | ward to an officer. an?Jl war-I rants ean he Issued either- .In the panic of the city or of the state. Aa eaplaluvd l>jr Major Taylor the arafrants can be issued either In the dame of the city or of the St...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

' OF $1,000 FOR . MING NURSES ttoqaett Tor Appropriation For Next Year AHowod to ^ Ck> Oror?Report of Or ' ? - gamaauon B worn. *" - t ' . ' .? J City Council appropriated It.lM for ' tbo Visiting Naritf Association yesterdav whan called apou by a dale* gallon from that body that present* ed flcuraa and arguments to ehow that mora aaonay had to bt had for a the aaaoctatlon to yo through the r year. Tha city Health officer, I>r. W. B. roster. br. L. O. I'edlgo aad several ladlaa from the" aaaoctatlon aaada up tha delegation. After they had bean heard Councilman Vblchel movtd for tha appropriation and Councilman Stiff seconded his motion. * after which the money waa voted. The visitors- wanted also a Isrcee appropriation for nexf yesr*a work, asking They would pat an amount about equal to this from ether sources. Council put them off. say Ids thla could M left until tba 1 tlmo next yaar'a budget is prepared. Dr. ffoeter argued strongly for the s?Kr? 2Ess???Mni? S...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

' % x< *X)UR J" "SOCI AL ANI MRS J. W. 8H I Office Bouri: 9 to 10 k. M. P 1 i>nl(k I. r ITonlght . . and rn r (oul Is *f?IV I With tluj* fr?ts "f a busy day, I Tkt fa<-r of my say is dreary. And tl>? mtsis won't drift away. I. D**r and oi?r, asaiti and again, I Thla Is the story of weary men. <"> p. And >ir?!ikMli will com* from the .. ime ' f >Jlt?p. Tonight' *nJ the cares that we* I lue H*ve beaten my spirit* low. And the fcr.tfi. u( the flesh that tear Are rlmcir.it end will not so. Rut *11 the troubles shall fade away And le-a\e me strong for another day. John sun-It Herman. The marriage of Mia* Kdna Bitterman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8ylvester Kehltr Futterman, to Mr. John Chirton Johnson. Jr.. aon of Mr. John Chilton .Johnson, took place this aftarnoou at 2 o'clock at the homa of the bride's parents on Marshall Aevhue. 8. W. The ceremony was performed by the Itev. (1. litis Mead. In the pr...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

5# ' ROANOKER ENTERS THEFARMSCANDAL Ex-Convict, Censored By Governor ?Trinkle, Writes To Executive ?? ri m ?r omomaw m. iaknua Washington. IX C. Oct. I?W. I* pavla, altos Osoras I- Cruddook. formerly of Ra?1. ?- >? - ? from anterior lutt. p\ Written Governor E. Loo Trtnkle i'M wPMMlaf dMp regret that tk* fiovh ornor reoently d?ci?rtd blmMlf sorry that ha had given him a pardon. Da? *? snare to ratara tha pardon and Co b?ck and'larva oat Ma aaatanca J* the virctnla Itata Prison Farm M Trtnkle still racrats |Wln( tha pardon, provided tha Governor will a first ramova Cnparlatsndant Faan ~ and his assistant "Boss" Lams. ? ' . hnothgr chapter fitifcjf . '?*". trov#fiy between Governor Triable nd E K. Duddtns. Prraident ef tha ? Prisoners Rellaf looiety. over Pudding's charass of alleged gross mta| Management of tha prison farm and r his demand for an fnveatlfiatlon. Cmddash Writes Trtasht# v . Duddlpg had a confsrsneo In Risk- I tnond with tha Govsraor Inst Satnr* day on tha s...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

; Tin Roanoke World-News S-" . J IOASVHX. >A J PaMUhrd grtrj n?j Escvpt Bucdiy --*1 ? i - . I Tmt5 WOKI-D OOfLPUSATJOfl. Tlmrt Bulklio*. Ro?n<>*?. -V*. g'? Jiy ici P rugbCR.v KJnof. M'catxra of Nrwirmprr Publiatiarr Aagpttailo f . WWIUjllii Jir ?apoprr Pub.laiirra' A*Suciauo lt?? Araodatcd Pr?*? ^KT: - A Oil. I Buroou of ClreuloUoo Tbo AaoooulrC Trm U escluMrol/ ei IIC>?d to tb? um for rrpublic*!loo of o II mi dlapalcbra crodiud to It or o< .Mkrrlw emlilrd la (bli piper ojvI Oil tto locol o??a I'jt'. abro brrrio rORf I UN IATRLSILNTATIVK WMIICk A Batra. loc. Ntw Tor It toO CblCM i mirta at rwoiiM at ttoasoaa, vircuui aa 5ooooil C m MaU Matter | RATT9 IN ADVAsee IS ernta par ?e?b payable to carrier. ' f? "t par fir parab'e at the office. BT MAIL flllj. ?rr? T?*f lit tm'r. aix mupiba Daily. <hr?e monlba ..............fl .8 Pally, ona mootb . . 0J\ ' TV LEPHOMM ' ' Luriac tua Dar All Calla IX At Nl?t>t 6:3c 1*...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

V. -' mm*? I Sty* 31m (Published I 4 **%iluaji ram.. AM*tux}\ Seventy Girls j. Present To See \F !-? " variety rrogr&m r.vr <?r o. c. r.) ^ ?Luni"ri!LCiJb h#,? ?" ripillf choel r*L f,*n,<x>n r w r 1 r.?cll!l room or?r the iv.flv. -.1 ^ C?f?t?rU. About ? !> v.ViI.fi !^.w,r* p,*Mnt to hoar th* Protrtm .Rtportf from ?itl ?" co,"n,ltt#M wtro. roam ^ clfly* ?l*co? b?for* th? iu ?rr-" in hh( meeting will Mi J " at night and supver wlllbe Mnrtl < After the various reports wsra heard a vsry Interesting program was rendered. J... The first number vil I delightful t vocal solo "Qoodbr." sung by Miss Harak Brans. It was followed bra two-minuts talk on world-fbllowslilp bp Miss llstsn MeN'sal. Hh? aavo In hrtsf soma of ths things that ths Ulrlf Club ran do to help others. Artsr this ths president, Miss Mary I l.lnn Pstty, announced that Aunt Deborah's First I,uncheon" would ba *lv?n. Ths cast for this included ths following: Mis...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

I MU MUSIC CLUB RECITAL ' IS WELL ATTENDED ?? tor MKIrri Of Bolina llWIklr geaaloa? Loral Firm lV f* To Alf C??m? Work It la not very often In the cnart? of ft funon that a rout I n? meeting of ttM Music Club membership baa brought t<> it* ^Mention mora of Interact In the way of actual muelo and dtacusalon of thing* musical than was heard at the meeting Thursday morning at Thurman and Boone's Sle Salon. , One encouraging feature, among otbera. was the report of about thirty five new members and an urgent invitation to all music lovers to have ft part In the club's activities. Attention of members was called to the fMt that Mrs. R. C. Nichols Is at present receiving applications for new members of the adult division; while Mine Helen" Hlatt will be glad te discuss membership with students, or this class can apply through their muelo teachers. This year the student w?mb?ri wilt be supplied free tickets to either the first or third of the hrtlsta' concerts, the fi...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

.i s ; - 'V ~* 'f'' * 8 w-. E | y III . A \H Sa^EphJBfljB III i ? i i IX1ZA II! Gotham Gold Stripe .H,?,i*rT.... $3i50 I I'urc lbr*i4 silk. full f?lh. I ton*d. in black only; air ilwi; M ? rich, heavy quality. HH; ?: | Women'* Cotton | Hosiery, at . MvC III With Mam In back, ralnforcM * H- ' to* and-fc**l. In black and ror|H> 4 do van; aimca l<| to 10. 3}c. jl Special Of It High-Gra I Purity Nainsook'; "J Q^? special, at .... Xvv Iteady for ttp? nwtllf, white now; Inches wl4?; excellent | qualify. ISc. Purity Middy 'I QTwill, at IsfC Extra heavy quality, white ae enow; IS laehee wide; reqfular ISc value; very epeclal. at ISc. e Cannon Cloth; ,,OQA. special, at ... . ttOC One epocial let of Camion I Cloth, unuaualty firm quality; IS Incbea wide.- Sic. Sale of ?for the ei peglnnlna tomorrow. Monday, Men'a Women'a. and Children* excellent qualities, at way belo value* Th?- Shoes are of the qua! anl that will stand hard wear; a)*< est Kail faehlons. W o ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

? ' . " ^ ADVERTISE THK WORLD NEWS Qaartftad ?* art lain# rataa 7e a lltw ? ling ? word# to tba UM - r fttaptay oUMtted M? par inch All cMBM adrnU?lof atrtctir , Mk la adrisct pacUl cuti ratra to lon*-t?r? ad awtia i <o application ^ Caah mutt accompany ail ont ol " t ? not prrmlttKl. I H? cuta or bear? blacfc-faced typ? J pormitUd All adTerU*?D*ot? dim reacb lb* I IMmm aflci by 8.30 p." a. tor I rabltca LI on ocit moraine Saturday* I by 8 p 01 V PHOKI 3142. | k A THOUGHT FOR TODAY Someone has said. "A little learning Is a danI gerous thing." A little irirr tlilnr ia cinpnulrp Dut continuous advertising. tho' It is little, brings bome the bacon. Let us save you a few dollars on your Fall Suit or Overcoat. Mitchell Tailoring Co. ! Hlii_ AtTOMOBlLKS TOR SALE?One Forxl S piwrarr. In rood condition. Price >-00 Address A. V JJ**cara this paper, "88Q XCHANUE? Almost new. I a tee t model Ford Coupe. lot* of extra*, for rood lot or flr*t mortrace notea Box tlfl Roa nol...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

POLLY AND HEI JTirr ppoust \ M'l "f PtAwi. 1 ' lf!l^ JSiKlbcJ ; ?-,- , .. ^iic ? Liiue jokc*?nui : v.- -y _ , ' \ <SOO<5LeS Voo'LL F?Mt> Ooi-ns A3 LAfcC AttTUt? PAIQ. AO XOO THIKX "THEN TWtt fc<Ut? TWcr TMe V0JCA.P, ' ' ?i DOINGS OF THE E f (*jw>KUDWU?tocoTC? I Hi PVtvr tW Jill B^itift1' iffl Corbett Says Fine u_)|jrtOf Figging v v v? * nas men lam * *bre PrrtwMw >? ?MXT UwH [ ?fnliiH I* P> lp?i y ? K?K?eat of flucclac Game. y I ?ir Play. (Speckil Corresporsdent of The Roanoke tVortd-News.) (Copyright li:t by The World-News:) Itei Corbett thinks that the art of besbs has ?om by tho board. He r?s?rdj the fighter* of today merely ??4*hwhr?. Who hav,o no, conception as the fine points of the game as It was understood when ho was Champtoa ni the world. Corbett. as moot will recall, was probably tho cleverest heavyweight ?ke dver stepped hi to >a rtng. lis bona John U buiitvsiv for the heavyweight cha...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 October 1922

ISLVE ~ i MAKE GOOD I DURING WEEK ird Oil Stock Dividends ire of Market In Past eek?Tariff Affects Prices. I'nrk. Slo-'k prlcn rj|'n! :? . . \r r\ In lh:? ncfk mirhti, riai'.'jt up a per cent o' ih? .<-> ?< * ?>ist? Ined in the reaction which extended oxer three week*. Several In flu mere contributed to bring about the i<?ult. hut apparentJy the nvet potent whs the declaration of ?i"< k tli* idends l>? the Standard fit ?Vtjipa n i? * of California and New York, the f.>rnior doubling It* capital and Ihe latter declaring a C<>0 per cent div ideml and decreasing the par value of the sto. k from 110(1 to i t.'i. Tin* action brought about a heavy *pe< ulatlou In oil sharea, which undoubtedly had a buoyant effect on the re?t of the llstKxcept ,f?r another threat of hosi - tilitle* by the Turks at the end of lh# week, the pews was" largely favorable. Renewal of comparati...

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