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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 October 1922

W*- ' ' ' ? [ YOUR E _ WhyYourDo to Give Vital 5 l|}, By ROYAL S. CC | Commissioner of Hes I A LONG time ago Sir William Oa [ AA "What ia required no*' in popu In business, but in hahlth ** A writer in a European nowspi wise thing recently: "He who promises health by ma of health, or aomothing in a bottle, 01 ^ a false prophet, a quack or a fool." There can be no doubt, as po writer, that a Httle knowledge of d more constant thought about the h ideas, for he aaytt \ . "Every momentary discomfort ii interpreted to' mean cancer of the ato suspected of conveying cantor o* tub after hearing their first Uctars oa heart Oieeese, troop In large numbers U) their I , profs?or in order to have their. own I meet alarm In* card lee ermstoiM fileg- I Doom teaching In ao-aellad sea W*"? >n>e??4? from pwrnu who arc exuaDy ?>n?rtl. defective. 4tpr*v?4 r otherwise unniubli for iitch t*MbI Inr. and the effect of their effort* te often ( Unltew for those whom It Is eqg...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 October 1922

I Bj .vjpr BBPr wmt I SIXTEEN I ' ?' - ? ^ . _ I Hi I / The Investor I Snail Head a ll|)rratli( a* ?ikI aMIarlrt rrf ni( "ark aa B t . A . I adrr Hartlaaloa'a . I'salral. Of tea Hair B liiHtd Itnnd BK1,^.* i.i*t?. B re "eV"' Vre<juen' ly ''I""' a '"I* and prnaB Jnymut e> "i; pun h?n ? u amaller B road, aa ?!. ! I'lii-aico. lturtlngton & I Qutney h.us' t ? -dorado At Southern B fourteen yruii ac i, H seek* strategic V . advantages Iturlmitmn Itself la ?wn Ml by ih? CJreat Northern and NorthH *rn Pacific. r>I curse. thus cunnfclB Inr It with the Paget Sound traffic. HP; and lha C.-1- r.ido .v Southern now. B happily, gin ? I* outlet on the Clulf B of Mr*If". While the Colorado and B Southern earnings In themselves B cover fixed t. barge* hy a comfortable B margin, the investment poaltlon of fl the bond* l? urta'.ly ?t roiiy.tl.ened. It B inuat be apparent. by'th* 1< it 111 tip ton B link. Colorado At Southern Is chosen B becauae ...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 October 1922

- J Market and F TBI CUTTING" * ENGAGES STREEI National Biscuit and Radiator ?1 Join Diatribntinf Oonearns. Qther Rumors Have * An Influence. r Sinart P. Waal. (Uy Special L?im<I Wire to ttaa Roanoke World-Newa.) Wall Street. New fark. Oct. 11?" Inter#*! In the market* today (fain . converged upon the fluctuations on v the Stock Kxchansc. Itv otb? directlona. the' price movement ,*ai steady and unimportant. Inlimitrl. " - e-1 beginning a week ago. had craaed to ocean on serious un?aftlneft*. the for, mat alanine of tho armistice protocol had little effect. Hterllng Kaclialtge got aboVe" 4.43. and.continental rate*,' Including German mark e. wer? higher. Theee changen along with somewhat higher quotations for European Government l>on<la wai all the response there <- v*i to the peace agreement. The eto'k market, following the . modern day method of procedure. . ' wan rather a collection of - special mover (or apectal causes than anjr general...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 11 October 1922

I J.- < v:--- / wgkef': . ^ jibihtekn ' ANBTHFR BRITISH ' AUTHOR EFTS IN f. POLITICAL GAME Henry Arthur Jones Recent Convert to International Politics Raps Own Government. < Hr !>?? I<1 M. I liurvh > London, f t 11 ?illy t)i? International Nttte rv:u' t?Gone tire the t ' days when t e'a'imtm had lnterlt national prlti-s t-r tlielr own little plavthlnt Every l.?iv llrt'iind (reran to he tin ttutho: > on ii.t< rt.utlouai affairs liow. MnrpM A-T-.th has had her Ulna. Tludypi I Kit'.intr, the author. ivi? thru-t into :h" tie'd. General Kredorli k >l:i'Ttcr Is <lu kerlnt; with the suby et if d there nre any number of others v ho ate <1nbhlln?t In the maiti r in an an at- ut way Interuatloii!*ut politics t-' i fair to take ttie place -of hri.U'- at I <iher indoor sports. Henry. Arthur Jones-., playwriKhl nnd author -i? one of- the rerrnv IronviTte to the frame of Intern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

\ f : *? '*' ~ s y,' ^ * r^v '. 1. - . _. * ... ' .. L ri? . . ? ;,i . -J ^* ' '(?'' ' ^ *. t- JS "'Riff-V; 'JR& . . TODAY. NEWS TODAY" | ^jfT\ M H NV. *T O WEATHER FORECAST^! | ashless ??!]? pi0fIjLi"Js tID^ | VOL. 40.?No. 89. ^ 16 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, VA., TflUBSDAY AFTEBNOOX, OCTOBER 1 2, 19 22. PRICE TBRRB CENTS fl r U. S. WILL AID f WHEN EUROPE t AIDS HERSELF Washington Said to Feel That j !v ^ Conditions Are Not Prop!-, tious For Economic Negok tiations?Debtors Make No Economies to Meet Obligations Here and Seek Other i Loans, Which Government i Frowns Upon. f" ? - By ti*orgc K. Holmes. Washington. Oct. 12.?(By the international News Servlco.)?President Harding la willing to call an international economic conference i, any time that world conditions appear to be favorable to the success of snch a gathering. But absolutely no steps toward launching such a project will be v taken by this Government until the t President and his advisers are convinced that conditions ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

W* pi$Two I NO GREAT RUSH I FOR LICENSES TO I HUNT EXPERIENCED Number of Applicants Considk' erably Below That of Last ' Year?Game Not Cornel ing Out.' T'o Ait '' u*fl " ' ^ '* supposed to tin m rr t>- J4f il In .Ihttv purls till* nuulmn thai. it ha.? t>< i :i in sonle 7Mri not as : . hunters are proy parlay: to hunt it evidently. Not i nultc as n.:ii v Iiot'nses are be ng ^^B sold. Beginning with September 1. 271 had be- n sold jure up to today, and lan year in the same- p? riod the number va? a little more tlian JOO. , A rtaaon-for this is ili.it the M?tuirrcls and dotes.' m hi> .ire almost the only Came that i.e be killed at present, ? are pot > ,: : nut wry mu.-li now. said a I'ji'ii I CiilU' authority today. This, be >a~d. i* partly -due to the. linpnmfr.iir.'.v . 1 r\? w atlipr that his* I* accompanx <1 toe full season so far It makes s^uiriels nay closer to * their ties'* <i In oilier hidi...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

1JCANNON CHARGES || FAILURE OF 0,S. ' V?thodiit Bishop t?Us otOb i nervations la Hear Hast to L Hew York Oatheriaf. f Of Tfc# AmttotH Prtw) ! * N?w York. Oef. 11-^-Dlsbop H v James Cannon, Jr., of Birmingham, Wrm\A\m., addressing a meeting of tha Federal Council of Churches and of the Near Kast Relist at lbs Yals Club hero today, charged that the H United States "as a Christian na l tion had failed to meet its responaiHr tillttea" in the Near East situation and urged that the Government H take immediate action to stop Turk* lah maasacres. Ii Henry M. Morganthau, former smbasaador to Turkey and Dr. H Henry A. Atkinson, general secreH jtary of the Church Peace Union, H Joined the Bishop Cannon In urg . Ing that the United States Govern stent should throw -its moral aup-port into the balance. against the V Turks. | N'tllkln Attract. I The meeting today was called *wlth the purpose of "arriving at the H truth of the Near Beat situation " It |waa attended by Itepreaentatlv.ee. of VAroerl...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

\] | SOCIAL ANI MRS J. W. SI *jx | Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M PI Without Ou> oft meat. !#' | WIUiqvI conter'n-it, \liht .9 life ' > Contorted mind* like Dm can aucl ! ,'w> 8wt?l h?>n. j i >1 *o >t, and tlcp I K Like butterflies n at -no ir reck. ?' jB Contented rji.i>'* tr-i rot 111 town*, tf. \Vh?r? Mar* i.i. .'a- j'vjv rnd old :f WS That till ?hw nlimm ft.ii, AVhen thtv dra.v nvur t> NatutVi world J Huch qu.et high's *?"e"IT hate again, ft tl' .\r.d ?.<lh. v ken early mortiing r , 5' com* -. i j 1^ Thuit <1 w } re ru?tetiea. Hi* flelda? M lith 111. X are white with. i.iuohroon n:f: tomh?. LI J ?W. 11. luvlr. la Literary Jlcvier.' ttrlitini at Walnut l.roi r. > t Madr-llargrr. "Wainut Grove.- the handsome ' It country hitni of Mr. and Mr*. Davlc II; Harvey Larger, of HhawavtUe, ivai |J| the t -tn* \\ e-dneaday night. at I i I a o'clock of one of the prettiest wed...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

I KREPM I M FOR ACTION I Dismisses Five : Men After j I ^ Verdict is Rendered in J Case at MartinsviHe ! I Mar ilnav lite, Oct. * 11.?Judge Tur S' n?r Clement this week discharged Wfl. Circuit Court jury when It failed to j <A render a rerdlct or guilty In a oaee. i If C. L. Ratcllff *11 lh? man tr>ed ; I and after hit acquittal the court I, MVtrdx reprimanded the Jury of flva I telling tho man that In hi* opinion , B, the man waa clearly guilty. The clerk V'l of the court waa ordered- to strike. a ihelr aatnea off tha Jury Hat. remark* . I inf at tha aama time that ho did not I want there to serve any more *o long I aa ho waa Judge of the court. . Tha off ice ra In this case testified II that on Thursday. September 21. V they had gone down on lianry Hll ton a plaea and located a new a till. ao on Krlday morning about daybreak | I 1 they rode Into the underbrush to t I nwalt development. They had been tm-(u about an Hour and a half wban '? " nian cam* stepping ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

I I Tie Roanoke World-News Kb, ' : i?"I I ?' _ * KOAHUkl * A fllkiltM k>?r? Ui; ln?.l sund-ay * WTI t TIMKS Wuui.il CUHIXIKATIUM, _ Aim buixux ftoAcokf. fa . I E*wBc? f ruaccu-N. kJuo/. Mao, j.-n of ftpta Kaoapapar pubUiMr* A Modal I oa I'. Malfcu u Vr?i,?,<f KuDilabtra" Aiacoaltog Tit AaaeclateO t'naa 'r^ | Attdit B.urraa of Clrrvilalloa I _ T*W Aa??-.' tiT i i-m it riotutitcljr aoWltil to tbo um for rrruB'leal too of Ail . Ma a diao>tcf"a ctIiuu to It or not Mb If a laa rrtiiiud in tbit pa oar and alao fij Ma lacal o??t pab. >ArJ Ltraia | 7~ ' roKKIGS" RU-RK S L XTATIV L \ WfalieA A Balta to;. Xrw It or a Al:d Chicago 7J JfcbtaraO -at lining?- at H" iwoa?. Virginia. ft I .. aa Arooo 1 t:?a> Mail Mailrr KATC? IS ADVA ST* 11 orata t-or ?o> ptrat'la lo carrlaf. MCI prr rur ;trrha ai Iba c!iit B _ . UV MAIL /S Pally, ore rtir f'00 S Bally, an upuiba 9180 " f pally. lhr<-? n -'!La 91 bO Pally. on" ino:i T*lU.f...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

! "Jl . 3tat (Published 1 '* *dlUWlUOXJt PARCXO. L R* Ha Sa>?3 m ^ i All Indications Jt, Said To Point To Hard-Fought Game Everything la in readiness for th* t , cam* tomorraw with me freshmen F from V. P. L Coach D?vlijtw?rday V cava tha "Btateamen" U>* crimen as* of the year and th? whole quad showed up ?o advantage. Today will ha ? -* . ?? --wee ?V h*I IIWVIVV BUU SfWlEg down under punt* and kickI of fa. The forward ptw bu not been worked eery, much on account of the absence of Whltlock. but the other back a are getting the knack of It and the overhead attack will very likely prove a great ground gainer for "Hi" tomorrow. Reports from Blaekaburg tell of a % heavy team with much experience, and the local boy a are euro to have a hard fight on their bande. Two of lent years star players, Moss ard Rbert. will probably be seen In the V. P. I. backfield. and using these ae l a standard the "Techmen" are sure 'v to have a fast and snappy baokfietd. Coach Da &a...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

ii I I F-* * b^P^sioht ^ ir-1 scoi Turn P DailV Finds Foreign Scouts To Be Very Interesting H y Ml; ntrtl Uhit, tticr.he < ' T roop 23. Written it request ct Soul Ktci'utlvr Withers.) The ld>a ' f Soo.it Fellowship ucross the ere* is t|.;itc a new idril to many Hoy SooUt.? i.i America. audsstitroUKh the Wor d )trolherhood of lJo)*" I section of Poya Life, the official j stout mafiiuie, tnuuv internalioniti. friendships may t.c rst.lt/llsltoO, giving them a clear and more com ' UT WORLD-N Published Every Thursday * f | Roanoke Scouts hikir lean In the light of a brother, both bring originally front Knglatid. the "mother country." and with broad I virion and similar Idea* aliout trade, commerce and governm' tit. both have the same spr-ch and similar idea* which milk" them a* two big International brother#. My Australian friend '* m. enthused with American Idea* that Ivr had mad- application foi" an honorary membership In Troop 51. Ilonri noke Hov Scout* and w# ha...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

" DRUMS NOW' ' ARE HELD LIABLt ' ** Fulwiler Says Ignorance o Fact That Prescription is J Forged No Excuse > UUliinond, Oct. ? 1?? Ignoranco ? the (act that prescriptions (or llqut era forged doaa not rellavc tba drug gist of hit responsibility (or maklni such salsa of Ihiuor. K. A. Fulwllei 4 federal prohibition dlrsctor (or Vlr 4 Klnta, dsclarsd today. Ho docUro that the dyugglat must know tha tha prescription la valid before fllllni any presented to him. Thla conten tlon. he aald. has Ww " I court*. " , " ? Forced prescription* mad* thai \ appearance In Illchmond on at laa* two known occasion* recently.~am o?* of them waa tilled before th druggist bacama aware of the fact No action against him I* contamplat ed. howeVrr. In the other case th forgery waa discovered by the drug ? a lit. who requested the proapoctlv purchaser to retnru lu an hour. ax plaining that be had no liquor in bl atore at the time. Federal prohibition agenta wer then notified of the faka preacrlptlo...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

I ! W 111 KF'??? I ^~ 1 YOUR I IP What "P I f,S iff and What to By ROYAL S. CC Commissioner of He; T*^ ID you over pinch your finger IJ clot form under the nail? Did r in the eye and have a black f kin? Thc?e conditions are duo to i of breaking the wall of a blood-ves: Bitting the blood to leak into the adj; *But there may be such leakages Y#Anlt nf inlurv hn? th?> r*?nlt nf rtiu m?v occur anywhere in the body. \ ". la just beneath the skin it makes a s< >' have won in a "black-eye." The doctor calls discoloration si puric spots." The condition is known ~. Purpura is not a disease in the K fevex, or malaria. Purpura is a syn . weakness of the hlood-vessels. ?r pfd ^ Borne alteration Tn TH? blood. It Is not Unusual for the skin to look ] blue, but In ordinary blood stagnation. | due to sluggishness of the circulation, | pressure of the thumb will cause the blueness to disappear. In purpura.how- I ever, there !a a blue or purp'e spot which I remains no...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

fMfiREGAAE IS DRAWING CROWD % Indications Point to flecord y*Breaking Attendance on Saturday t Vt, Oct. 11 Indication* tier noon pointed to nn nt\. "" V, V- I-"enUl colr WjwjrbrrrifcniTitiyTTrr t would shatter nil known cr,?*** at n nrldlron ?U?b r. If not In th* history of frai* oiaie. not excepting th* VirginiaJjaroiloa conteau h?r* In tk* pant. VUob at which ticket* h*v* Wn on sal* for th* p**t wok iMortid * ruth for th* pasteboard* a Mice Monday. with th* r*ault that practically all reservations in grandstand* hav* b*en told out. A record-breaking Enwd. Bald Major Lawrenc* T. >rl?*. chare* of arrangement* tor V. F. ton if w* do not **ll another ticket. Indication* of ike Interval.all over th* Mouth In th* fine, th* moat Important to ho fought out on th* |lo**l gridiron thl* fall, also I* th* I number of -eque?ta for reservation* tor room* received by luteal hotel*. Th* leadlog bostelrl** have re**rv*d mora room* f- r per*on* coming to the gam* from North Carolina and ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

ip ?' pljrmiLVB I HOW CAN + fn : m K1'' - - , g. X HE WORLD NEWS CtaaatfW adttrttalnf ratae Te a IIim eonatitp 0 merit to t&* Una Dtar ?- *Jaaat6*d Mt pat tneb V' . All claaalStd adrrrua'.na a trial.? ' i r*?l- us ad'anaa ttpadaj rt-a ratra to Iccc-tann ad ranio" ra '0 appllcat'-oo Caab mitt aetcmpanj all oot-ol town rrdrt * . Miac aaaiSMtiora not p-rmlt'ed 1 - paroi it tad A'l adtarttaaniarta moat rradb tha I roatnaaa otrioa bT >30 p m. fca pabltcallra rrit mort.la?; ?iturd?.?? bj 8 c D 1 rHO.VE 314C I NOTICE We inline mrn'B and womcn'a coats and orercoajA?Phono 5T3-J. Mitchell Tailoring Co. "411 AUTOM')BILiK8 TuR SALT?Ford Coup*. almoel new Phone - .'90 H 34311 NEW CHEVROLET SEDAN, run oiiljr 500 tnJ?, cheap. learlnf town. Aldrnt K.156. on* WorldNcwa Office. 3517 7 PASSENGER IIVDSON. rood runoiuf condition. pailit . and upbolatcruif food. Pro* ' Perm* to food parts. M W Turner. I'hotin .'INlil and 5H7. 35-8 ONE SI>ORr MODEL ALTOMOBILC. to A 1 cond...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

4 Blfi BAMES WHL , DIVULGE RATINGS ' i ? i i Centre-V, P. t. Among Others Scheduled For Saturday? ' ** Army May Prew Yale. . ^ Br Wilur ua?. U (Ry Mpccial Um?1 Wire to The' Wo?* j tioha Wwrld-Xcffe <'??< >rinht. H'Pi i Now York. dct. 1Z<? Plenty Ituportarit (?m.jd appear oti tin-- fcrlil. Iron Hcbedulo'fbr next p?tmd?r. T>j btflu with, there win ira one Of the interned tonal nwttlnn. of Ilho reason. Yale meeting lown at ? New Haven. Among other important contest* will be Urown-Hyrecuac. at * VrovtiieOo#; ( hlcBBo-N.irthwest. rn *t . ' Chicago; Georgia Tech-Alabama. at r Atlanta. Lrh1?ii>Kutirrr?. at Uctklr* hetnt cm-Weal Virginia, at Pltlaburgh; Princeton-Colgate- at Princet ton; H> rdu?-Noir? tiirmr, nt l^ttfav?tt? Army-Auburn, at tfml Point; I Navy-Hucknell. at Annapoli*; Vnnderbllt-Mlt-higan. ut NarliCille; Virginia 'Pol jr-Centra. at Klchrnpr>i; JVaaplnB* ' ton A Jeffsraon-Carnaaia Tech. - at...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

1 . 1 MBbPtTEEN The Investor r W: ?' >! Ttm Xulra Offer <4<?ala(r( Otrr *off lil.inni loarliln. In B- TMMa el I'rrllnln* llnwd \ UWf The; Mold steadier. Good ahort-t?nn r i?? offer distinct W Mvantayi? ?.?< ' i c. ?li-'am maturlH (Ida. whr:a U .? -pcitanl to praW (Hurt the prliii i'ia intact nurktlWln, for lh' pr t i f repayment , Mon at parity i?ud? t> hold prices V raldtlxly > i .r i Ictrl. tilven two fi1 per cen: i-rui y if riju.il quality, fc' '#?r nan plr. ? r.-- t I" repaid In a r*' year at I mi. a- l . 'ler In twenty. Ave yeat r-t.rjn l??u? ra Ohculil l i (1 j! ' i.-.ari n twenty. t r: : in a period of tleI Clin I nit . -p.! r* ' 11 'Uld loaa less A. Sfwin _ k period of rialn< ill gain leia ori-r pin i r 'm-. who are jjB likely i " -9 ' . t-rt notice, ? thfif . ii ? f- -ew.l inM vesture f falling feotid tuli.i i rt.tiTri pntrs are 9 eapei ai... . I y ir.y rating and M reimi?;i j. i ?' .term noin a da...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

I. Holiday, in A A The grain exchanges of || Chicago and St. Louis were H Closed today. fINDUSTRY HALTED \ Binrairat Pfc' I : Xditor Says Regulation and I Other Causes Prevented I x , Roads Keeping Pace I With expansion. P Xow York. Oct. 12.-l(8y TUo AdoI clat*<J Pr?u.)-ghorU|? of railroad I transportation laoo graat an? Mr I>?> u > no* oniy iinnnnA DDI for a Ionic time continue to limit uctlon and com mere* of all kind*. Bel O. t>unu, editor of the ItallAge, aseerted at the annual con* Ion of Associated Business Paha re today. 4 Bjoei every other condition la rabla to an Incraaaa of producand commerce and a revival of parity, ha declared. 10 present transportation sltuauraa aggravated. but not created the coal and railway ahoptnan'a la. Mr. Dunn said. The cotidlis due mainly, be added, to a it Industrial revival and conimer. activity and to a lona decline la expannlon of raMroada. 'reduction and eonmtrci ara tryto Increase as m...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 October 1922

p f "*' ' N " ^s"/' T ?"" 8IXTEES i FRENCH OPPOSE i PLAN 10 IMPORT I' GERMANWORKERS Other Than Actual Work ol Restoration Acceptable,* But ? No Other Will Be Tolerated. >lf Frank K. Mason. (.International New* Service Stafl Correspondent.) Paris Oct. 12.?Frances, plan tc lisv? ih r::ian>* work out her repa. ration debt by bulidinit hydro-electrl< ;j? si rations has resulted In a storm ol protest from the devastated areas For two years Uermany hus been at ... . tempting i" arrange lor an army 01 German workman to conn int< Northrrn Krapce and. rebuild th? country she devastated. Up to now the two (iovcrnmenti have not beet al lr to come to satisfactory arrangements. Germany Claims that French reparations profiteers tnalat on getting fm'r pn lit from the business 01 it won t. be dope. (Hi|r<>l?u to Old Koea. -We cannot ask the people whc hav e su(T? red so much from the In1\?-!rr to permit German workmen tc , cni&am...

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