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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

[ ss ^cliotaiMrfce gdl I VOL. 40.?No. 92. 24 PAGES TODAY t BOAXOKK, VA? MONDAY AFTERNOON', OCTOB ER 1 6, 1 9 2 2. , . "pBICfi THREE C E N T 8 | ENTHUSIASM ; IS STRONG AT LEGION MEET L California Seeks Next Re union ? Colorful Scenes Mark Convention Eve? i Songs, Street Dances, Picturesque Dress and Above All Unflagging. Spirits Api parent On Every Hand? Meeting In Warehouse. New Orleans. Oct. H.?(By The Associated Press.)?The American Lesion opened It* fourth national convention here today, meeting in a converted warehouse on the Mississippi river front, decorated with flags of the Allied nations, and red, whlto and blue banting, the Legion beard the report* of It* national i-ommander and adjutant. The Legion has In no way diminished tn enthusiasm. Judging from the cheers and activity which last night pervaded New Orleans. Clad in uniforms, civilian clothes ' and the costumes adopted by State delegates, the veterans of the World War made merry, held impromptu street dances and gener...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

H^ttwo ?N TO ACT ON MATTERS OF MUCH IMPORTANCE r Questions Pertaining to Army and Navy Football Game Will Receive Attention Tonight. Ev'" lteidtriL < ' i-p' it* i.i..( ..*l pa*. ??' **a e t?C .? rela'* live to the j >...| ArmintIce l)ay 4- for-ttinll ? ir.. \\ i ? 11 tli. Arrn> anil > Klv?- irwl plana f?r tin* celebration If of Ntivfml" r1 II are anionic tlio matter tera that ?ll i mm up at the meatrf OK "< ??! 1 1 * . V.. I *? of the Arc rican l.i r inn t|, * .v. nine in l.rvlnn )' headquait.r- Maik.t Auditorium. Commaml- r Ihiglehy rlfli racier ixcil 5 Ht*- ii>.<tn,|.- 'lii- evening m a most Importhii' mi. h ml asked thai every ir.fmb-'t a!'--. I < "iishleral?Ic tuistness is i? I"' Irai sacte.l and for this reason a .1111 mlinicr la desluil The Ariiii - Nat y football Kilnr w ill be playe.i at iFair Grounds the sfirrno-'n of Nniniilu r 11 Armtstlcs f>av rnmcr "fi Sat unlay tliia yi ?...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

^^ureReMof J FORINM6E&TION ' E-S5-53 Hot'iSiter k M-^1 Sure Relief DELL-ANS 2S( and 75? P*ckag?? Cv?ry**Har# li '- , ' ' ' State's Teachers ^ Plan The Largest Conference Ever ( . Richmond, October, J4.?Tha Vlrl Bint* Koui-at tonal Confartnca. cumWMd of tha Blata Department of Education. Htate Tvachcra' Anaoclalion, MilDarlntendent'a AmmIiiIm x Trustees' Association, and th? Cooperative Education AMueitUon. Mill meet In Richmond during Thank*-. It riving Week. 18X2. Tbla- la out of :be largest Mtate educational gttb rings In America; The conference program will begin on tha afternoon of Tuesday, November 28. for superintendents and trustees. and will begin Wednesday morning and A[ tend through Friday for teacher* . .and other educator#. CHRISTIANSBURG Chrlstlanaburg. Oct. 14.?.Special.) ?A ahower waa given last Friday r evening at the residence of Mrs. Ittchard Shelton In -honor of Mra. Joseph Topper, one of Chrlatlana1/urg'n recent brides, who baa Just returned from a we...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

R I Unguis. . : HEALTH OFFICERS I GATHER TO HEAR | NOTED SPEAKERS i f m 4 R. ?? J Annual Meeting of Association Staged At Cleveland?Prohibition Commissioner to C)|. Deliver Address. gT [ '/ Clcv. la- !. ?> ' -Itf?il'.v tho Akfc f oeluleil l'rr? i?Tla: fifty.flrnt ait. . : nwl OK 'tit i- f tl . Attierlruii Pub *?C Mv.ll \ :..t II open. il here K today with ). >nrttt<ls? of oily. slate and niti-i! V ' t .1 iIi i omtnisKiorterfi. aw Well as oih* i public health worktrs from tin 1 i it.U ?. Camilla. M?xloo and ?~111>:i attendance. The con-vontlon ?nl close Thurnluv, Ortolicr 1?. Allan J. M.l-aujtblln. .M. IX. un etst.mt I'. S niitfi-ou yenvrul, la yres. Idem. Simultaneous MrrllH(?. 1 Four othe. piddle health organisations nr. mutiucr simultaneously? " Tho N;it:on..l. Council ofi Health. the [- t American Social HyglultO ansoctirt lirp. ? The aun ri. an Medical Editors Amu. elation ami tin- Ohio association ot f liidoatrl.il I'liynlclant. Aiiid...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

i ' HOOPER EXPLAINS [ ACTIONJHWAGES I Board Had Boon la Deadlock k Ten Days?JKaj Bo DU tents. (Br n? AhkIiM Prtw) k Chicago. Oct. 14?The wage bill of the nation'* railroad* was Increased an eatlmated 922.12B.00d today by a decision of the United States Railroad Labor Board grant k log Increased pay ot two cents an hour to over 490,000 maintenance jf way employes. Poor ot nine groups ot the United Brotherhood ot Maintenance ot Way r ' Employes and Railroad 8hop Work'' era were affected by the raise, ttu Targest single group being commot I laborers. The decision raised miniI mum rates ot pay tor the classei L affected trom the present 23 and 21 ^ - cents to 2u and 37 cents. . v/uairiuau nen w. - ngwpw, in i statement following the decision aid that the board based its flndlni on a general upward trend In wagei i for this and other groups of work' men and not on any pronounced ' change Jn living costs. The maintenance of way oftlceri In presenting their case to the ' board several week...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

The Roanoke World-News JE?taki?t?e?l IKfV HOA.SOKK >A ^BflMMUkWd Ctcn Oar Elivpt SunUay . KV ? ? TlMl-M VltiKLU CUK1VHATIO.N. ' flmrri Hal U1B? KoaiXike. V? ' JUftii~s F riVuaiK.v. Honor. Ktra!?n of AaMt-lcin Ne*it?t>?i Pjt>ll?bfrr Allocution iMklfn Nr*tp?inr Pbblliberi Aaaoclalloo . ?. TUr AMOClatcd frm r ' Aodit Bumu of ClrcuUuon Ttea Amu^alcv. irrai it laduairely enWH to tin uw for republication of all . H? dtipvcbct creliwo to It or nol oiUerwtn cr?*2it'd lo thli piper ml alao tin local otma v-p; ?nrO oereia ~ FOREIGN* REPRESENTATIVE Fraliok A Bnei |oc. ben Torn aod Oticato ( 55r3""kT PoetoBki it Koaunke. Vlrttnll H ai Sewn-! Cl.ni Mall Matter K HATES IN~ ADVANCE . It! eeoti per ??rii payable to carrier . - 90 Z4 per tear payibii at tbe office I - BY NAIL H; K Blllf one rear 95 OO I i -Dally. >ti o.oi<thi 9- -">0 n.n. o?,otii, . 91 (Ml ||) Dill). otw> row 16 DOJSO It TcutruowM Purine the Dot ?l Call* S1...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

lie BOND ISSUE L UBERALLY TAKEN I Orer?ub?crib?d By Billion Dol P ? -Two-thirds In Cash fk Subscriptions Pot Over I Ten Thousand Dollars. . B Washington. Oct. II?(By (bit Aa S aoclated /Praia.) ?The Treasury' new W* Qffartoii of $*06,000,000 of 4 1-4 per I cant. SO yaar bonds haa baan oversub scribed approximately $1,000,000,000. tt wan announced by. Secretary Mol Ion. Bpoka for eaah offartnga ctoaod L at noon laat Saturday. k Subacripttona. for which 4 1-4 per cant Victory notaa or December IS. traaaury certificate* ar# tandarad In payment, will ba received and allotments will ba made In full until October 10. ( Subacrlptlona received to data. ae-~ K cording to yaporta In band, were aald to aggregate mpre than $l.SSO.000.000 of wblch about $1,400,000,000 rapreaantad caah aubScrlptlona. Of tha caah subscriptions mora than $111,000,000 ware In amount* not ax caadtng 110,000 for any ona mbscrlb^ ar. and these have been allotted In full, leaving only $17$.000.000, or thereabout#, to ba...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

H i??. - 'p '"?? | SOCIAL AN I IB. MBS J. W SE I Office Hours- 9 to 10 A. M PI ^R. >kr Uf N lr i w.rp kmc. u:iJ you I A Bi.itJ-i' in my 1-uurt, I^Hr.- Ami if ' t!.n: 1 w?r< kmc By* Threktifii l y i.n* t<< thwart, Bl ? ' I W i > U1 1 I *1' II ? I'd leuvr j ,n liki.il thr :I.runt. R'.t Ami ><' k.'j. H Ami li I i?icil - nmid. I Aiid if I liitd my Jo\? tv litr Ph< d iriiii m 1 m ufruld! Hi , Bid hp i-i r"# d'u'iV < IniMy ct t * , Nil,: r5?. ? .: ! i limb up Ihcin with Hi #. Hi II j And T >u. in - l"\t', "arr fair, And i d<> l>>vr jr.-u tint! ^H t 1 Would ?u;rti;(]<r ;iny tbt'i.p i To njt.on ?: >nii with ytiii: H | But VoiVd pr? fi r Hi* royal creat; AVfm.iii' votiu joi iikn. nil tlip root! H ! - > ^'i rrn r ) Muni e at t ountry Club. The rro* d 111 several Htrks ! hUt i.J- 'I th.- dance at the Country _...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

uy* v? ?i I ' V . 1 A . r rmm^mmwrn % ta'":" " " 1 ' 1 ' 1 ,a5g=*i { J Ifcii 19 i-J.Ycl LalMM * .ft. * K 300 Pairs of Women's V yf Pore Silk . HOSE L \ Regular f 4. Ji <R1J2S ?8f I'l Seml'Fashloned, Pure Silk . Hosiery, shown In tho ever popu| lar black and brown, alao leading ' II , fall colore, doubc toe and hocl. all Boys' Heavy Ribbed Hosiery 3 Pairs, $1.00 Shown in colore of black and brown, the celebrated "Bear" Brand; ilzes 6 to 11%. This Hose is regularly 45cy value. 111 Children's School Women's Lisle Hosiery Hosiery Fine ribbed, la black. With seam In back, reinI b,??? ?nd?? jrt'tLr s ?%: regular 25c value?? white; regular ?5c quality? for .? 91.00 2 for "fl.OO Clean-up of Children's and Misses' i Socks, 3 for $1.00 111 Season's clean np of regnlar 48c and <9c Children's and III Misses' 8ocks, In plain and fancy tops; very special for 111 Dollar Day? 5 Dozen Men's Fine Fall Hats IflgyjjL Each Hat EE&SSp Silk Lined. CWwHK * Regular ^JjREs H...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

r * hlf u: . ^ TEN f ROANOKE ??'A?plo-buttir 1 > ., | i The old. ippyj '< v ire o.it and | ( * Uae hfaln T'.e uvury >mcko . 5j?*h burn Hit ' rk -it t?<K? rl*r? IWO? below the tripod to mingle With the ite-iru f t'-e bubbling J1 Opple grid w..r i- ! s; oe and t,o ploase he : ? r - ! t met the pUi?. A nelshhr *tt ' i ?i'tlfi4 a midMlfbl affair i : ! .. ? hatter and ) >! ttty - the ! .< mr prootfcsj FAhd then a ! ?' <J ' ' < onatafit I Jojlrrlnjr l? riv ir :i i ? >< i Votn? thy off ?un a: i t ' <* Die cnolt ! itiprlnr I'.iti ? . ) ?* ' to th* ?VOn of the ran.- Mid Hi<?th?r iS-ir p ? t le ih< reuilv lor aaii'pliix ?I - npt.>-b.itter. ' Old Virginia n pp'e-but tor with moke of the : '>? wood*, und the Incertsi- <f ? no'.ildi rine hickory and oaa and tt.n f'.iv.ir if burnished copper In It'?Th. -e Is no other quite ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

I ' 1" * ' I ' * ' at BAKFRflOGLAW "1 , CALIEOEXAMPLE Measure Regarded As The Most Comprehensive Leg* islation in United Sttaes Mr Carter W. W?m*ltr> Richmond, Oct II?Secretary M, >i?. Hart of trfa Btata Department of Utm* and Inland Flaherlee, In dia* cussln* rovrnuca racclvad by hla Dapartmont from do? llcanaa taxea.announcaa the' totlowin? ' Interesting Quacta: In HitJohn T Lewis, of Uecklen ' m immi mroujrn tb? Uanvral Assembly of Virginia a statewide doc law. Thta legislation fall*? to provide In terms any method for Ua enforcement, which proved a Uatal defect. Six years later II. V. Baker, of Sichlngham and Cumberland, put rough what Is known as the Baker Dog U*. Chapter 3>0. Acts of 1918. regarded as the mbat comprehensive .legislation of Its kind In the t.'nlted States- ' ' . _ . Maker Un'i Pro* Intone. The Itaktr law makes It mandatory for oach person ownlnx or bavins a do* under his or her control: or upon .the premises upon which he or aha...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

i||j| i |fv, "twklv k f iowsMms 1 I STflRFn Fonrt ALL! J OVB THE STATE J a I, I { BJaci.sburg Receive* More, Complaints Than Eve." Be- i 11 fore From County Agents lull I I I n.it d" ul j I# and > ..r- t ' iiiiili'i'inii j ml .it i i . . . j Ui a Hi i' t r Ibll j lase. .. > ? 1 he 1' I i ;.i t .. It. r .1*I' I f + ? ?? <' ' ' "" ; ? ? ? ft. : ; 1 - A Ill . ' . *v - Ol 1 j i \i t I t II I t I ?.*i? : I : tti? u i -l? .v t 1 .ifl'tl. MI.i .i f ? i- :.-!< :> ! V J?fl \ ... i lit j h . ? Uh -.it'.I i i o> i n Iri ! * *-. - If ..i j.. i . * au t> Obtl ail >1 . t t ii.>: m . - r - . k Iced In [ f ?. ro* 1 '.t t' \ .its.- . f tiu I H wb*..! !..< . t -i I t riiiii-Ji .i? I v Id p.r !:;! \ i \ r.i. i '? .if very | " ? i at j.i b.e m -1 m !i> at ! ..> . l>. !. it. - . l|m-h 11 Jl in :i k llnue. j ^ J. TS-* s.inou* Irn- l? t:.v att.;. j } , n or* -J f v...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

?1?????? III ( I lMWm /B^B1 The newl Stoves; in fact, a i _ ..i_ _i * * Iwnoiesaie ouyinj around on your p r ! 1 It is your own THE CELEBRATED BUCKS 1 KITCHEN RANGE Here In the Phillip Levy Store you will find Virginia's greatest display of Kltchan Ranges'. This Includes the celebrated nationally advertised Backs Klchen Ranges In plain, nlckletrUaqed. or enam jJed^rjpdels. These Ranges are built throughout at cast Iron and are abeolutely guaranteed to cook and hake In a way ?oat you naa a ri?ht to expect. Term* 11 low ti $1.50 weekly Oil HEATERS OAK If you do not want HEATERS I to at art a fire In your ' furnace or build a Are There J* nn Oak In the heater these cold Heater here in Just moraines and evenlne* **>e size you want? one ?'f our Oil Heater* ut a 12-Storo Burlnt will takfc the chill out of ... ryour home. AM slses; P?*?>r Pr?ca. AM add In plain or enameled on easy terms. Stove models now sold on easv pipe free. Price uptorm*. Priced IC'S wards || n? l...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

1 rOOETEE.V f&rdnance Wa. Natioi y ells of W( Richmond. <> t tSt""?-i*l>? With the war .i.'iiin bat Wtac fr?mi< bars of *C? In the NV.i r Ja-t.anr! with the fcwuttlt I'M. ; >c . ni'thtr (treat Mlfllrt from . rrt itw r> <l mon roblit* of <> ?,.">. i.nc gets a real action' nV. rt ::mto noutrh to rltners ai.-1 . !'> tlie won rftil provrc -- ? i..i? been made y the I'nlte.i r.n.l.-rlnk tor* dexllv . \r : * "f destrtiq. ( n alnce th- v- I War," r?l<l Bfajnr J..-K !. <?-,lnanrc t?f cer of the V f V?'l i;mI ttnanl. M h> t." tli" Aberdeen ? ? .? V MM.- ? rVTlHK i _ tony where I . w . s? I ilif annual ata and th v. ;-! .:. .? of post-war rtfnanee l.i-t v . Apeakinc i?f t o t :< Major I Iodic** Ijra he was .ip-via |v Impressed this Mr with t!.< n.-< whwh lun a?n 1 <! * ' p: Ill i f the ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

^ A I . .r mmm \ DISPLACING STEAM m Norfolk and Western Place I Material On Ground For | I The Change At Graham Graham. Oct. It.?Tn? Norfolk and VHttrn ft a 11 w a y la to dleplaoe Ita I UMia iiuttpa at Uraltaia with modern I electric purnpa and on yeet^rday ma* ^ tarlal won bain* lieuled to the srougd By . for tbo at^bllehinent of U>d neeeedary I equipment with which to affect the. I * change. Xha prcunt panplof ataI tlon La to be abandoned and two aiao 1 trie pumna with laraa Urlvlna power will be metalled. ft la unaarfetood B the power with which the electric puinpa will be operated will be fur* nlahetl from the Ulueatuue Junction power houee, by a specially high vol* tags wire. The Job entails considerable outlay I g' nioo.y a-,,1 severe! nrontao will __ ? ?in completing the job. I With the electric pumps'Tn MS# (lit raltsoad primping Station Will secome I ha omaiwi.t to ths city, as Uu us* I of (usl vrill b? entirely eliminated hi the pumping station, except perhaps ...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

* IT ji " SIXTEEN 1 I | MY MARRIAGE I PROBLEMS * Adtle Garrison's Sew Phase of I Revelations I of a Wife B^?iVi?i. nil k> rmti famo, Tae. >, The Reason Madge Felt She Must Give Up 'I in Desryair. IT was until T had mantH to ee-' euro * comparatively safe foothold upon the spare lire* strappe-d rn th? hark of the hl(r llmous'ne that the real danger of my position struck tn* Xly ? mind had been no flllod with the probhn of getting on the machine that I had taken no thought of the answer to the far more difficult question how wit ( to get off There had heen- .hut on* obsessing thought In me mind ever alnoo Tom ' ' Chester'* collapse. Ionian'* plan had Sictuded the tracing of Smith'* moret?t?nt* from The moment of hi* eonnlvedit-escape to tho ftmo when ATlon Drake rating upon tho mnln road for the i f iirerft-i-e of the llmoijstne. ehotilj take p the cha*e'. Tom Chester was to hnve i 2 >?'n the moat Important link in that thaln. for ho was to have witoes...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

H 1a ?i ?^ : | Sty? 3fui P (Published I ,ty. . I JMllor . ', . Amwii WU-L1AM fAKSEB. A A I. - WU I H I -!T I A Thought For ^ I . Today ? | * r t M?l M. OCT." I There la nothing mora Interestln than the dlatintcreeted Attitude c every form of nature. For Inatanc M. consider the blade of icraan, tlia slngl , flowar, tha (all lonely looking ?tre< W Bat how they stand out! Kaeb I pcriH-nallty that la not afraid to M I avrt Itaalf. You will nottca that aac unit of uatura hay Ha own work i perform, and la not Influenced I) what'* around ft, except In a broa< B general way. A tree usually do* k -* better In a foraat. but there'a ehai acter to a tree no matter where I grows. I How much areaUr la the eharaet* of man than a trcal. Are you atan4 I ' loa out In the great foreet of hum# nature. Or are yvn growing fflon? b To atand forth with a definite pia to vork out. and tk? determin?tiu to carry It through la aura to glv you praatlga and reward, and-you ,,flne Independen...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

mBMBWITKPN rl your 7 W Why Some ( | Odd Perversio By ROYAL S. C r* C inmissioner of Ht * ,\/Ol'N'i; c'r'< love a critical p( ' f Jr about tfic 11.310 they enter hij t ? are IS or 20 veara of age. At this t.rr.e they may lose their f come white, almost waxy, in compl the skin is ?rree' <h in color. Ther elation or ' Vs f the expected plum] ral appearance -C the skin is far fro On the s! fc'htest exertion there and inability to proceed with any p pitation of the heart and frequent other disturbing symptoms. There is in the condition under consideration of the red-Mood cells to carry oxygi to the heart disturbances. There may he the most remarkab'e perversions ' arret"' U fa not uncommon for gtrls to like - pickles. but these g ris car r- alk lead pencils and all sorts of ind.gestible and harmful thine* Tt'.e heart disturbances I have mentioned niav become s.i serious that murmurs irvelcp tin this account and bc~ - raoro - ; genrrsil weakness there 's no am! :t on...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

I [mm telis L WHY HFI MFD IIP ? .n il <m UIIV '? Ul i mm issue lawrenceville Delegate Sends Open tetter To His ColL leagues In The House 1 TAX INCREASE THE k STUMBLING BLOCK k ' Declares That Tax On Gaso* line Will Prevent Any Pur( ther Increase In Future f 7 . _______ ? Richmond. Oct. It.?Major Marvin fcmithay, of Latwrencevllle. from Drunawlck. who Introduced n PvasoKritnn ?h the second day of the last aaaalon of tha Oanaral Assembly against a bond issue. la now openly advocating a special aaaalon or tha tianaral Aaaembly and paaaago of a bond taaua under plan agreed to with proponents of lite bond laaue In the I tianaral Assembly, which will he a guarantee to the people of the Stale that the bond ls-ue will ba financed WW mnj inrrtmc in lh? general property tax. Major 8m It hey baa addressed a lettar to hie colleagues In the House of l>elecatea explaining tha provialona of ilia agreed rncaaurc, which la aa follows: trgaarata Agalatt laaae. "Hinca tha adjourn...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 16 October 1922

I F|r ^ ** | SnURMY WAS I- DAY OF UPSETS || ;, y. p. I. Holds Centre; Vandy I Ties Wi\l verines, and KoaI noke College Stages I Comeback. HA Auburn rif h . * ! JU-amn. it ^ ?*' ?flV followed l 11 I'fi-n 'rfne* I I? :;i J.i?i Sifirrtav ? conH i. .i t: , ."> made v. by the A'rr.y H : > i-'. S.i: vy ? fierce conI <S , S*r nirbill touchdown. H v. , f* r i i >' i'f ! lono tourh ' . V. .1!-' i:m'"r j?ni| I.op H * i ut fo <\f a was tbe only * t- .t. ? .*.rit uf t ijen . ur.tii wr.cn carsnn? . . i- ,:i * >.\?n points. and , ,. . 1 r. * rx;tj ? iwnety points v on-s ,*nca;r,?t Ueorgla. l! tfti.i'.sl i Aamplf of . tense *.'jls season was shown d ; r?Mi n on'. -i V.andcr' :t M.i ii-snc, In which the Vnn? t-.it Commodores who have Itver U .*? I * * r-tmc f" far In Id e Woi\cr::.ci to a- naught to . ..gilt *. !e. Held tin llnr > aril. It: the contest nt Nashville, which marked the opening of the South'* greatest g~:dir&a...

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