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

I * * Ld ' . . i HOMES wn iilf .jsa?TJ ? ? > ji y y 1 TRI < . World news CtmiSad rata* it t tin ?aoiin? 0 ward* lo ib? IM i ' >OwiMm iimUM M? pet lack AU c!u>IIM adrarUrtna trlctu 111 U) ' ld>U4? ' ?r**tat cask rim to lonf-iarai *0 r?rlia?ra *0 00 Ural too ? J Catb must accompany all out-ol town orttrt 1 M taciaasiSea liana mot parsiitad rata or baaty black-facad trt>? permitted All atfrartlannta mnat ftaak iba btiiinaaa oltloa by 8:30 p. m. far publication oart mo retort Saturdays \ by B o m ? PROVE 3142 r - NOTICE " v ivuuv iuvu ma wum<*u I coats and overcoats?Phone 67 3-J. Mitchell Tailoring Co. T4ti ^ * ' A LTOMi >UIL?8 FOR au:- Ford Coupe, almut now ? KI-.opo gypa n. 3*3* JfOB 8 A LB?Outdoor RotMtr, A No. 1 condition. 10-2 moacl, Tents. Phoni -07"v/- SSST FOR CALK?2 SIS. Over land ?0 Roadetrr Stale and ciljr li cnae. $100.00 caib Ideal Auto A Tire Corp. 711 Franklin Road 3713 ANYONE 1IAV1N0 ...

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

jpp559' BprKNTr-Two % MEET TO D'SRIISS I BRITISH POLITICS j Conservatives Consider Fur t -ther Support of Coalition? Press Looks Fa: Election. k. loikioi-. i lat f I'r?e? - lul-tri ol Die i 1 Mini' . BOIiril In v I .1 > ' ** nctlli - . i... . .1 .. . . r of it.< . ii ...Jvr?V| ft; >f l'r.ti" V V -K0. i tK m?-. in".*. -i m \n>t? i t'lun . , . Uu\trr lit.. > Willi ? ?*.? tf?. i. .1 :' < tl? I - ? I I i it 1 ' Mil; t .. . I . t III! r. 1. i : .1 ' .>' I ; lt..r. t - : t.v 4 ' I'll-. .- : i i.*1 . .. . .. !. . .i -..I ' it l> M.(. ! I l< '? t .1 J':il tr. II III. I > . '! -I. 'IM lljt.ll i,' I : ?. > . t ... in..' ,t I'll- ^li"t I i . .**; il. < wr.lit.n t .. i .. . : > < iiiM- : i.?.l I \|.n I llc.Mlr I .ITri* | T hi;' ....I 11# i - n\.-.I i hat tollu\ > It.'. I : u - '.ki > ' I..Hi .i Ui-.IMV f,r... I. i*. JI. t...

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

I x - . iw Lr I Market and F; [CASH BASIS OF r BONDS A SURPRISE I Gary Says No Steel Stock P Dividend Hm Been DtaI cussed?Liberties Lower I On Liquidation. I Bjr Itaart P. Went. I {/tf Special Leased Wire to the Boa* I w?i IVur.d-.Mwa. Copyright, 1??.J I Wall Street. Mew York. Oct. IS.? ^ The moat important Incident In the' tilnanctal newt utrtr the week-end wae tho publication ot the detalla I u( the eubecription to the new gov* ?run<ept ii'..n I' 'to tho?. who bad thought of It* being Ut?ely .. retunclng operation, an toe eenie. that the bulk of the HeonUa would be exchanged tot Vie* K tury not?a and-other outstanding I ehort term obllg. lloita, the an* I nouncetnent wne a decided eurprieeI At I Matter ot fact, of the total of I l.ilU.IIOO.vOo dollare applleatloua for N the loan all hut came IMm <-a?h --1?? r ~ ?vin, infM Will (tl thv entire 1SOd.osv.BOo the conversion of the Victories and other short term notes falling <lu? Wltniu the neat two mon...

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

bri I K ; TWENTY FOUR I SPIRITUAL CAH I LEADS F FLOCK '! TO JAIL CELLS Newport News Cplored Cult Disregard Warnings to Worship Quietly and Suffer Penalty. ill; John \r<bi'r Carter.JL > Bjr Special !. . Wire tcr The Roa pohe Wo: J v. __ Copisflttht, 1J.:.) New poll N> .1- la., LK'U' 16.?"Tile j:?l?e Kid i;i? not >o disturb the white luiks at 4 a. hi , but the Lord told me to wake up both white and lilaci: sir,mrs linn sleep with songs ' of corn cth'ii 1 obeyed the haird and the judge t>ui? me In jail." , This hjj the wall today of the J-"1'. Reverend bightfoot M'cheuux, negro ? v?r.i;iItst. who has continued to lead his "janetitled horde "of singing, weepjiig. eheertnic foliow?r?" through the itnois of lite city In the early hoars of the morning despite . the warning of the police justice. Not only was Mlcheaux thrown Into the jail, kpt .ill of his followers came with.ti the clutch of the law w hc?i . rnty -efuaed l>i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

SSS ? I]c "Roanoke lUoHiVXew:* SHf W Y?L- M.?Xo. 93. 18 PAQE8 TODAY ROANOKE, V A., .TUESDAY AFTKRX QOK, OCTOBER 17., 1 9 & 2. - PRICE T.'q.E ?V?C P N T S?"BB 1 apathy seen 'in attitude ' on election i ; Spellbinders of Congress and t?_ Cabinet Da Heroic Work to Defeat Famous "General." Rival Campaign Managers Voioe Claims?Hull Caustic In Criticism of Harding Letr tcrHo Mondell. ? I By ticorg* K. HqliKi. I Washington, Oct. 17.?<Bx the I International Newj Service.)?j tsequently. re-elect this 'do-nothing' Itepublli-nn Congress. t'oinpnrrs With WIIms. "iTesldent Harding In doing In .a -bundatx.ut way what President Vr'llaon -did -in a direct way in 1>18? tak for the.return of Cdngtesn of hia >rn political faith. "President Wilson's plea was for the continuance of a Congress to austaln an Administration- which was successfully conducting a great war. "President Harding's plea, on the other hand. In effect ask* the Arnerl^ A can people to. co...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

I! ifariTOr I GET TECH CENTRE I GAME NEXT YEM Coach Moraa Said to Be Will ' i&f to Waive Home Game | I Under a Two-Year H ^ Ulchmor. 1 lTi'itiii'ly * il! tctl th? [ rirgtnita T> 1 I]- <' 11 I'cllrgi foot-I H ' Oa 1 (ante : * i" xt yup and prr[ ' Hmp* t.< } ( i authorities I H of th*><- in?tun rtuih an H i#reem?.n' H Coach Cti. ' I M'Tan. of Centre. In . srIIIIt>(c ! > wll'i a home Rome In Danrill. >ji,i.- iwii.mi.' contract. It l? ur.ler-i- 0 nml if ihia la the caae. T?. h jui r?tilrt will in. in I their Jhll < iC.ik ' ment at Richmond. j L'nd.-r II. -i...! the 1S2I iiamo : aroul.l l-v |m-?! hi i>?-h territory, H intucn . i?_ would (five Rich a m<>n<l a . '? " more \ ( am, ' provide\f u i ? g r? e rf.rnt I* reached orf j thin e:ti- ! ! II xhtldtlnn. Ci>|(h >1 rat. wax delighted with the IInn i.t .11. "Mini ht...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

' iiliTI ' AN OLD STORY IN i BECHUANA LAND - Chief Xhama, Remarkable 1 Man, Maintains Christian * Influence Over His ' Subjects. I . *e- - London. Sept. 20? (Br Mail.)?For] i .flfty years B?chutnt land, north of Cape Colony In fkiuth Africa. bu enioyo< peace and prosperity nndor Chlof Khimt, with Great Britain! leaning a helping hand when needed. Khama. said to bo tha oldest native ruler In Africa, is now celebrating bla Jubilee. As he looks baok over the years ' he sees much to make him happy, but nevertheless he |a disturbed as to the future of the pro teetorate. Ills son and heir belongs t___ < > the Itjr order; looks upon Khama as an otd fogy; does not believe as he does, and snows no Inclination of following In his footsteps. For . twenty-flve years tha sdn has been airay from home, and has not seen his otd father. He turned up only Just In time to attend the Jubilee celebrations. A Meaaarkable Mas. According to tne story of hlm told by the Buta...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

^^^B f 1 S> ^ * * ; M ' . lli ALIEOED RADICALS 11J ARRA'GNEO IN IViiGH. ^B | j, William Z. Foster, of Stoel Kstrikc Fame, Among De i I fAnrlnntn Rovprnmpnt I Claims Communist Base. ff JV 81 Joseph. Mit'll. ?>ot i: -iBy The * fail >K*iali<l I'ress ? Arraignment of (.twenty nllrgrd t'nnimiMilsii charged FjWIth plotting to overthrow the Uov. L1' wrnnt-.it of th< l.'niltd States hy E 4 force. ?a< set f--r today, the first I J test ff Michigan's tititl-syiidlcallsni ? | law, v hlch v us passed as u w ar time i )tnt:a-ui<'. %-J1 Slxti.'t'ii of tin. twenty tni'i ?irn I ' arrested \urmt - when officers w J .ss doi't'l clots ti "'i it w oodctl glen Hear S { lirldgt mat., this tcj?tami tr.it r.7. J ruptol what the 'ioviTiimiivJ ctutigrV 1 was tin national convention of the * I Communist 1'arty of America, ttpreJ aentatives in this c utnfcry of the llilrtl J Intc rnatlonule of Moscow. ? * Between seventy an&lt...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

I I g, Woodrum C i Receptioi (By Staff Correspondent) i Floyd Courthouse, Oct Id? \ Speaking to a crowd that filled t every nook and corner of the hid> * torie old coartbouee in Floyd ' County, Judge Clifton A. Woodrum, | Democratic nominee for Congrees ? from the Sixth Virginia Congree- i 1 atonal District, swept all oppoelUon j before bim -today and In a strong ' and forceful manner established t himself securely In tbe Republican i stronghold of the Sixth District J I Although restraining at all tlmfts ! from any partisan feeling, relying t simply on the reasoning power of bis splendid audience and pointing out the failure of the Republican r Administration to measure u& to the needs of the country. Judge , Woodrum Was repeatedly stopped t In lha rnnra* n? !>< " rotundi of applause that swept [ through the old building. - - J ? Iwtri Crait! t . It was said that never before In ): the history of Floyd County had a a political speaker fr...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

rr ' The BujnuRd WuilU-Hewb I ?*tat)Uabr<1 lnMJ fBOA.M'U I A 'ablated Era.r t>?? Lieept Suoda? ' nu? WUMU) COJUURATION. I > Xlmc* BulhUBI Roaook*. Va I * ' JOWflS '' rUUBLMM. Editor. I - j Mtsbera of American New?>ar*r PuNiiherr^lkaoelatlaa A*utbrro Newspaper Itibllaher* ^Aaaodatioo I Tbe Aa?oc!*i*?l IVeaa t Audit liuttu of Oreulatloa I If? Tb# Aaaoc alrC ITe*a I* eaclualraly Hh I titled lo tbe re* for republication of *11 I ?wa diapaichae cr?.li vro to It or aol Mbrrata credited is tail papa* ?iiiJ alto tha local otwe p-o. ebtd berela ' rOBElGjT Rtl'UESENTATlVK Fralick 4 Bate* idc- Sew Tora acd Chtcapc h Katcrod at r~wto"flioa it Roaooka. Vtrviaia. feco-id C Mall Mailer I ~ RATE? IN ADVASCB 14 cetit? per *?i parable lo carrier 96-i prr rear parable at tbe office |?.? t>T mail . . i Pallr one *rtir . . $3 00 ; Pally, an nj.ntba ..Alt Ml Daily. ibrre tnortba .SIM Daily. on? inooib ?o.afl TELirUONBA a; r-risp iLr Der } AK Call SI4...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

I ' ; w r OJIjp 3lui W (Published to. I ???S I '1 3C I 141 tof AitMiot 1 WILLUJI PARKZft. LLOT | Many Magazines L Are Received At wf - Roanoke High I A great per cent of the money B . obtained from tlr* exchange of ?e?Bj end-hand book a In the aehool book* g etore la osed for the auboerlptlon to I nimlnafl tn h* ? ^ * ?5**T' Th*r? ?m nu(UTD?i which ???, s*rry course may uae. "The Atlantic Monthly*' la used In the Sea lor KngHah Class. "The National Orographic Magaslnc" la required tor Geography claaaaa. "The Currant > Opinion," "The Literary Digest." and the "Sucreaa" are In uae In the Clvlea . claaaaa. The Sclenea claaaea Uae the "Papular Mechanics." **? 1 "Th* Popular Science Monthly," "The Hclentlflc Invention" and "The Journal of Industrial Engineers." other magaslnes which tha High School aubacrlbca to are: "The Classloal Magaslne." "Tha American Magaalnc." "Tha Journal of National Teachers' Association." "Tha Natlon'a Business." 'The High School Teacher." "Tli# N. K...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

Blfc?MfcBC===-r^ rr rz;-fr. ^^H|pBBMWwaBMg=^ iT' u' ' ga I SOCIAL AN1 MRS J. W. 8t I Offlo* Hours . 9 to 10 A. M P I Bi ' ' " Kr? l?? Tk? M?M. [ AApaln Ih. t * roif ahould die. B Tk*t a lily .? frac? should fail. R P, That ?1? K should dim a sunset sky 1,1, A>d a rainbow isi-?ry |i?l?? And lo era ny Kood-hy! I Alas, that youth is Ho*!-? r"j .' Swifter than ?< Is ?wllt That dearest hopes have wlnifj f??t n E, . And I0V0 5 * turn*!*nt Sl t. A9 thailusy as ?wo*t So kiss mr w hilt wc may While lips ?i? still afire. ?'Y For all t'"? surely rreepe a <1* ? s ? w hfti f.ri#-* 1 h #> dprir di ?irr - li To a?h<-* and gray. Too ati-ely e--mra the nlpTit -. i. W h> n tto >t?r >>f love ahull Oat. And the biltrr anoW oftime lie white And lha aoul would beat forget Tho old beloved delight. ?Manilla II>r<! Turnar in Boston >."{ _ Transcript. Too hnppt tlplia Kratarallj...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

W k * m -i i i i?aaacass r , Could A me L Europe, . I (Mr M?tf IUfM> rour y*?rs u? next month th( s resteer war In history eauie to at M "t** Three years a(u last June th< Pi peace treaty was slined, which wai to bring a restoration of proeperltj end hapstaeea. Today all but on# ot the art at sowers which were slgaa . lories to that treaty appear to hi daotdadly worse off, economically, am A at a tower ebb spiritually, with gray K . Of Clasatlsfaatlon and uohapplneai amonr the rank and Slo of the pee ' pl^rhan they were on Arailstloo Day t ?urup?an? >r? roil4 of kaylng ths \V hether Ik* ?h*ni* Ik true or Ulm Ik ??* of little moment. Tk* rea question for u* Ik whether or not wi ton do anything, ma ? prop!* and ai i* WWgovernment, the richest and rooai I y^vjrrrful people and io?*rim>nl 01 I dnrth. to rescue the old world fron It* plight. t It may be true?prlhably It la trm . r-that the maa* of the people In th? vnlted States are not at pres...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

i BRISTOL Tfl GREET ;! BANKERS OF STATE * More Than 400 visitors Expected in the City When the Sessions Open ? PROGRAM IS ANNOUNCED v EL I Roanoke Speakers Will Ad"I* dress Those Who Attend ' Activities for Ladies ?' > Bristol. ivt. 15?More than <00 visItora Irn-lu'iiM.- 1 ankers from Roanoke and Lynchburg nro expected to be ! " there next Saturday for the Joint meeting of croup number five of the Virginia Rankers' association and group otic of the Tcnneaaee association. Feature? of the day xvlll be a luncheon at the country club for the vlvea of visiting bankers, a luncheon given by tho Chamber of Commerce for the bankers and a banquet at night at the Virginia high school building for the bankers and their wives. J. II. Mat the us. of the First National Rank, of Ilounokc. Is to load a general discussion which xvill be held during the business session nt the high school. It. U. Shirley, chairman of the Virginia Htnte Highway Commission la i on the program for a...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

I SAYS FRANCE WAS REAL PEACEMAKER L 7 r an klin - Bouillon Also Charges Greeks With Smyrna Holocaust?Entered _ Negotiations On k Own Hook. mmw wmif rrvMt Perls. Oct. 1<?It vu the paI clflg policy of France comblnsd with tho sincere deslrs of Mastapha KePubs to ovoid war and not the IVHlab display of fores, which previ ated war la tho Near East, a war | which weald have soon assumed the proportion of the great world conflict, M. Franklla-Boulllon. the special French envoy at the recent Madaata conference, told nearly a bun1 dred newspaper man of flttoea naI tioas who gathered al tho foreign office tonight to hear the French delegate tell about hla mission. -"It has been said in England that the British fleet and British troops k alone halted tho victorious Kerns 1ista." said M. franklin-Bouillon." The truth Is that ovary time fores was used and the Britlan troops ware relnforeed negotiations with Mustapbal Kemal Pasha became increasingly more difficult. Hlamee Umh* lor Tir...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

t* TWELVE | [ YOUR i [ WhyAnylnt \ Demands Imm Bv ROYAL S. i Commissioner of f ON'K Jay while I was away la phone in my room in tb? On the line was the wife c IT- -A Inr BI? inrr ninuiiK simigc pears very ill and we wish you cou to advise us." she said. When 1 reached the sick-room prostrated, cold and almost pulsel a terrible night of agonizing pain Since the patient had vomitec it was natural for him to think hit with him and that this was the c This wa? his thought, no doubt, serious view of the matter. Food found symptoms. I telephoned at once to a famous special 1st In such allmenta He arrived wtthli a few m.nutee. ordered a trained nurse and did tlie heat he could to rallv th ?tclc patient. It could not be done, hew ever, and At nightfall the Bufferlngi ended In death. The post-mortem showed ulcere of thi duodenum. The duodenum Is the beginning of th Intestinal tract?the part Into which th< food passes Immediately on leaving thi stomach. Kor various reasons It la pe...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

I i' ^ PROGRESS PLAN ; , AT JOT President Alderman Outlines I the New Work for Ye*r at Convocation Exercises ' i i k HOLD SPIRITUAL IDEAS Prinoipal Speaker Declares OiTillsation Will Become I vruei uuiii Colleges Aid yharlotteevllie. Oct. 10,?Calling upon the con*r?s OC America to maintain hgh spiritual Ideals Dr. J. H. Kirltland. Chancellor of Van* derblk Un verslty, who delivered the chief address at the convocation one retire of the ninety-eighth eeeaioa of the University of Virginia { hero today, said that "Our clvlltma- . tioa will become dry, hard and cruel aaloea the coliegea preserve that spiritual outlook which creates In reality the new It even and the new egrth." . [ Maey Stedeate Karelled. President K. A. Alderman of tha University snnoui eed a total en* rollmeat of 1,041 etudente from 10 Stalei end eta foreign countries, lie tOM of the ptopoeed Inauguration of a school of public health undar the V aafeglcle of the e?e*eSl?? se .ool of the iilana to enlarge ths graduate ...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

I a IK FOUBTEEy [ homes" wn THI. WORLD NEWS CIaml3ed adrertlrloe ntM 7c line V cououac 0 word* to the Uae. Diaplay claaalflad Me per tack. All olee*1 fled ad T*rt later etrictly eaab la ad?ao?e. r UpedaJ r*?h run to loor-tann adearlier-* in application. Cut arvjat accompany all ont-eltown OTdrrt. I MlaelMtincatloo* oot permitted. J*u cota or beary black-faced type 1 permitted All adrcrUaemraU moat roach the bgatneea office by 8:30 p. m. tor raMicetlOB next momiuc Saturday* by p. bl PHOXI 3142. NOTICE W a rulitiA mpn'i nnH wnmon'a roals and OTercoati?Phone 673-J. Mitchell Tailoring Co. ^ 2411 AUTOMOBILES *S?fori " Court, aim oat "new". Phone 2203 K 3430 FOR SALE BY OWSIR-SpuOTrr-Cherrolrt. in food condition. Uree lair, one new. aleo new battery Will accept fair offer. Telephone 3048 J. 1214 W. Campbell. 381>9 THE BEST CAR L<* ROANOKE for the money. Hudeon Super Sport Model, flee wire wheel*. fine "mechanical condition. Dunaho# Carafe on Church Are. Phone 4210. 4...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

w I I rW NEEDS KICKER 1 AGNNST WEST POINl v Kicking Advantages Analysed. Tale Hot Blue Over Defeat / By Iowa and Hone Idt jured Seriously. Mr Walter Ciay. (By Special Leased Wire to the Rof noka World-News. Copyright, l?r?.) I* - Near Turk. Oct. IT?When one ? Cakos up with a Navy man tba question of thla year's Army same, ha la fftways blithe and hr?r?-f?l subject of kicalny Is introduced I 'I'hca a mental vialon vi the Un ? 4*W minutes of that dull gray car lust November at the l'oio frotndi when U? watch'' t his t am atruyyls UN id very yout tine to bold on 4o Victory It had -welt earno4 In earlier play, s?'.ms to clutch hla (-. heart with an ley hand, He remeaii.era oiriy too well hla r-tleC when the a hlaiIn tile? just after the wet and yri-asy ball had y>oe atltherlna Ions the around barely outride tlu Navy goal. That brings ua to'the nutation <>f what actually will happen in the Army-Navy gume this year In rase the N i .7 Jots not find a kicker...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 17 October 1922

I I I ? ??.? B Kin Fill ~! ikWIH/l L I U II l-U ! IUNLFSS AMERICA ACTS VERY SOON federal Church Council OffiC" Ixial Says Starving People Cannot Think Straight. ^ IT ?''Mv Mir In? ferrtAtt>*n?l ? s*r\!?* ?? Europe *, . %lli iTa*!'. .\'tn n< ? uv*.tn houn.N y. I Thin j.\?flv Ti Ail* by T^r. A h*',' ^ S MacKa?Inn.*!. Kcneral rrsiuct' . ' Mw E . .1. r?l i 'ruifwll n< IChutvln-v >i; ! h;> return from tin Stend'.] 1 .r penr t ill r. "Th* p- !' ?f Europe ran t think ?*ra:cht ' 1?r M<o*l-.irlarid ilrcUrwl. [ "Thr\ *t- <:.r\;ilk That i* what * 1* wr.'M will, the world It la iihrrr l.?rc|.h?ar??t::.iv I., criticize n starving ufi t ro.h.- is ?i <t calmly ruI tional." The prohhn.s <>f Europe. IT. }!? Vjf-latid -aid air fundamentally ecot.ninlc. tiw\ not nnvil they arr solved *111 there h- any improvement In politic*!. phjMral anil e\en moral I conditions "They eat he worked out only w...

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