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

mm m P i I * ^ ' [Market and Fi (stock market is i rather puzzling fenfuan ixcnange Stronger, , While Liberty lesnee Week, en?Mexican Oils More Sensationally. t (?x Stuart P. WnI) (By. Hpe.lal Leae.ft Wlra to tha Iloanohs World-Newa. Copyright, IMS} *mi\ Ifitraet. Naur bork. Oat. 17? PuVthar recovery . In sterling ex<ikn(?, ri-nawa'l weakness In Liberty l<>n4s anl a gerlre of nutating varla* lions In tha ato.-k market wera the principal happening* la tha financial aituatlpn today. . . Abort H.tl MtrUlif stood at ttg bight at alnca mid-jummer. Although rrtlll oft 7 %enl* from tha top of laat tJuns. It wa? up almost exactly a ear*" responding amount from tha Saptam* bar low. Jtmt whan aataa of atarllmr to craata dollar credit available tor tha first payment on Oreat Britain"! War debt were coniplctad la notnethlng that baa not bean dlvulaed. LSwt tha general understanding la that thay were In progress during tn# thraa aiouiha of tha middle of June tc t...

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

I EIGHTEEN ' EUROPE'S BUROEPT" SUPPORTING ARMED i MEN ISGROWING Immense Number of Soldiers Continue to Be Trained to Arms in Southern and Eastern Sections. n? r.t. Sr;>t :: B>- Vail. >?Th? I i ? * tv.?? V3nuu!sh#d In* the I World Wat hsvc lierri reduced to 100,. b' 0 irt"" 'I'm any, ?r.d 3c.0'>0 each for Austra-Hnngs ry and Bulgaria, according to flie now spaper 1 <a 17 per a. wM"h h.1.? iftllfi'trd statistics p~ fr* i.l'nrv etrer.gfh of various Pi. countries tn Europe from official sourc rr Man* Jnldtn* Trained. Tie paper < *'!? attention to the ir?,it' rr.?r number of soldiers Mho are htlT.K framed to arms In muthrrn and (*s'?:n K.rop. In the Balkan*, w h< re the spark tint brought about the- vm.tlaitratUrn was, ignited. the rscsol t* particularly" bleb. it declare*. 1I rrc-.\ with a population of i $ne oo.i has an arn>y*bf 30<>,000 men. luR'-S'as a, lilroso hy nature and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

' "w. j . . r .. 1 *"" 1 1 "^ ' ' 1 * ' ' .?' . 1 . / - . - . *M?* , ;=S= flje Roanoke P^ld-Jmug S=| jTOL. 40.?No. 94. 20 PAGES TODAY- ROANOKE, YA., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 18, 1922. PRICE TUBE? CENtTB BANDITS ARE TAKEN AFTER , BRIEF RESPITE I'1 v - Desperadoes From California Jail Fail to Make txpected Resistance ? Wilson Had Had Picturesque Career? Was Once Ordained Minister?Seemed to Dominate Jail Situation ? Officials Suspended. f * Low .tngrlrs, Oct. 1H.? (II) the International ??? KervIcc.)?Herbert W11 won, "mil lionairi* minUtrr bandit." ami hU two companion*, AdamWard and tiuldo Kpingola, who tucaped from the, county jail early yrntcrduy, aw captured ? * Mt 9.INI a. m. today In a realy' ih-oce here by the poller, who hud nurroutidrd the house fob lowing rrrHpt of a "tip" (hut Ihr in11 were lb?*rr. The bandita aurrrntlerptl without rmlManrp. iHy Forrret Wkltf.) (Ry Mprclal I.?-aaed Wire to The Rodnsa World-Newa.) (Copyright, 1322.) -L.o? Angele*. Calif., Oct. II.?Com man...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

J- v AMFRTANS PI" I FOR GREEK RELIEF IK ftefagees P.micstricken As I Await Evacuation By Sea. I I' AH Work Abandoned. Kl> Roaoato. s 's ?' J'v Th < I ' i">vn 1ri? |>e. com* a jtj- ?h?M Ortfk tvjru. I' h'i rti Thraor. K^TWenf> -> Kt-.t : . jiaNic-atrli-km *. ^^nkttd lirf . (lie Turk I that ??ivt .i t ; "fjn" cr<.*wu fn 'iHyrnii thr. v..k- .u-. H Kvrry I..' . . - rh?- Turks ar I klm< ?' nt >t .. . ! ti"thli:?f can HI t>?a^ :r- t r I* that Ilin Km? - ti Mniultan[*Ott?lv vtl*!l ' !'.? tt....p* ?.( I.I,', rupatli-i. i.' ! : : hopes t" but a - .* .1 :?r b?m. t n hlinn. If ..: : I. ' in lor*, th.c event. thf v 1 t \i: : :i : ? i Mr., popnlat! .t. . ! ?: I ,n.i1 any pretense <.(, normal duties and* hut < i.'l.r,.; silting tin *rav.,; beach* ? i-' - . \ . ?!i' "-ft r the " hip* ? lr ?i r t < . * A ?.? t? u ith tih.nit 1 #<>(&...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

r' f : ; ^ I; i J.I?I .1 I mn EIGHTY NATIONS ' TO DISCUSS THE ' UQUORQUESTION Convention of the World I League Against Alcoholism Will Have That Many Representatives At iurunvo. 1 '/' ' Toronto, Canada, Oct. it.?-fBy tha Aaaoclated Hreaa.)?-Mora than to natlona ara expected to be repreaented at tha coiventlon of tha World I League Agalnat Alcoholtam. to ba bald hera from November 14 to !>, according to Or. Erneat H. Cherrlngton. general secretary of tha league. in no previous convention or conference. Including tha famous cengraaa of rellglona In jChlcago years [ .. ago, have ho.many aapara.tr and distinct natlona :gathersd and participated aa will have part In thla convention. Dr. Cherrlngton aald. . Important Qweatloaa Arlac. One of the Important questions to ba dlacusaed In that of International , relation* regarding trade treatlaa and other agraementa reapectlng eelfdeterminatlon of natlona In regard to establishing and maintaining liquor control. The conduct of llquo...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

i PARIS SHOUTING i THF MERITS OF K WINE DRINKING I Americans Arc Invited to Visit * the "Land of Liberty"? f . Producers Advertise In Newspapers. I'arl*. Oft M.?(By the International News Service?Ho Americana In Furls need t?> ho urged to have a drlti k ? R. The ass-viated nine producer* of France < vol. nllv think so. They advertised Hlikiy In Fnirlish IanKuairi> newspapers recently the | merit* of "n\uK?" and "hlanc." Three' advertlaemenia Welcome "our I , Amerlcnn friends" to "the liberty #?f I . . tiur lund ' and to 'our ripening vine- I i yard* r "The poulti and the YanJt. shoulder I I to a ho vrl'lr' Iti the trenche* * ha red I ens with aiK'tlo r the ration* of their ! home land >os one ndvertl*entent. 1 "They exchanged nine for chocolate I , and were Well satisfied ?Uh tile . I tiadc. I "Thousand* aid hundred# of thou- I tatulK of Amrrp.ins have followed Uiem *lnce the tl.iy* of the crn^stlcr. I nnd tliey. too. hu\e found lotlilng I...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

1 i PEERY CONQUERS I WYTHE MEETING I ???. I Enthusiastic Reception Given V the Candidate for- Cort| ares* in tha Ninth I - WytbiTlll*, Oct. 17 ?George C. Peery. Democratic candidal* for Con reaa from the Ninth DlatrlctiaClaude A. Bwanaon, senior Hcnator from Virginia; C. Baacomb Blrmp. prcacnt Representative of this dlatrict In ConJ, H, Haeetnger, Republican candidate to succeed Colonel llamp. and Attorney Karnes Ciller [ !*. of Tazewell, spoke here yeaterday afternoon at political iMia meeting*. Opera If ease Crowded. The Wythe County Circuit Court adjourned Ita Bret day of the October term at 1 o'clock and gave the town over to politico, which put on aomo - of the ''old time glory before the afternoon waa gone. To hear the Democratic orator*. Bwanaon and Feery, besldee local speakers. aom* . (LOU Democrats and a lew Kepubllcana - packed the Town House lo capacity lor two hour* and a half. Mr. Feery made a aplendld tmpreaalon. and hla advance "to Washing-ton" arouaed much political...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

r ^ I ' Tie Roanoke World-News SS*tat>'l?tifd |0?? L1' tO *M>lt ?A I ruSii*tC0 K?ert U*J t?c*Ct Sunday EWOH! I> O'KfoKA TiU.N. Hui'dtl 4 It'MlHlkf. k? T rl*lll)l lijT twollnf.- "" w?: ?! * i*u" i?nor? AMontt'ort *?t'-ii?t \??c1 Jtloo tv ?1 ?*'?? I b. Tu of CtrcuUiiun >If-.! IT>?? t# r*'!u#i?ely en i tit? i f rf(?inliraitim of a>i r'trr erf i ml to tt of not iiiifO id ihi? pun and ala> 'e t'j' tftti-o rifreia UN HL'I'RKSENT ATI VK itx >f? t ora !:(- CSicaet tiA ai K.i?n?.Ke Virginia it'!itt tfai tinn K 11 V r.s IV ADVANCE fc. 13 err ? t*? urf?* to carrier f6C4 ir I'lf il- f ?t 16* office liV NAIL Elllf - tfl? ? lilW Ai)>. ?'" lour'' Do I j ft-*- r ; # 91.VI J Dally ot.- :?' 9" VI J " ' T f H' 'N KS 1> . ttlC t??T t Al. IV. ? 314". 4 At Nl.'M ? N l. f 3c A M Sj Rtli'mi" iT''<- 314".' 1 - l\]it..r I I c 1 3114 f I Cm.m ot m iV nl m iltvra el m*> ' for i 'i...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

I I : 3ui i (Published 1 MM: AMMM WILLIAM PAtSU. LLU Library Course, Something New In Curriculum (Br OtM? Hrhllllag.) Th? library rourte, a new Institution In high school, tomiiu of nine > month* of training In general library > work and counts aa one unit toward graduation. Only high grade students of the advanced classes are eligible for the training. They must be apt at learning and show enthusiasm and Interest In the work.. The I course requires fourteen hours of library service each week: two hours oa each school day and four on Haturday. one of which le -t aside for lecturee. The your.g ladles who have undertaken the course- tMs -year are Misses Katheryn UunkUhiii'B.r ntm. . pi*' Rumtierg. and Ptttard. Tli* work d??? not qualify the stgUnit for a position aa a librarian, hut It teaches her the eaaentlala of the eyatem and gives a haata for library training In caae ahe wnta to take up an advanced course in that line of ' work. _ * The opening lecture, give...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

I ? SllfHT I | SOCIAL AND I V MB8 J. W 8HE I 8 Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M Pho I TIIK A VMKII. " I How shall you Know that I love .vol? \\or<li air ruin millul things, Thai butter and full at lyy heart's wijiI call 1.. a bird with broken wings. I a . How shall you knovr that 1 love you? i> ar. lay your gulden head Cloaa to my bieatc till my soul has I cnnlresed f Thai you arc its wine and Its bread. How shall you knovr that I love you?. Hum my holy with name < . . My arh< ? aliall rise In sun| to the skies. IVlth the triumph of my name. , ?Virginia '1 ay lor McCormlck. KiiiisrrlpiluM lard Parly. The rul'scnption card party to be given by me iloanoke-Kalero Chapter of the Isimville Normal School Alumnae at Hotel Koanoke 011 8atH urn ay ufie.noou will be one of fhe largest of thia season. Indications point to a reservation H of one hundred tables, k E' " Thi? card party will be ror tne benem of fho tund fur the student >?u i l&...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

W) [ SCHIATTER, HAII ED" I AS MIRACLE MAN, | DIES INJT. LOUIS . One# the Sensation of "Dirine Healing Art,'' Aged Secen. trio Ptiws In CompnrnB tire Obscurity. I et Louis. Oct. It?(By th? Awo< CltUd Pr*U.t?A ?rnvn>fi mmtA ? h??? I5,**" ' MttnlMM it the death of Schlatter, who Become mtionoiijr known a quarter of a cen-e 5??7 through ble cllana of power ? to heal, wae sought today hy police a coroners inquest eras ordered to determine whether a mystery was Involved or hemorrhage Induced by pneumonia waa responsible for death. Schlatter died In a rooming house here Monday night. Tho woman told . a physician ehe was the aped healers nurse and that she was. lea vine to visit a spiritualist In St. Louts - Cosnty. , Mrs. Acnes Schlatter, a, lecturer for a church publication, came here -1- from Kansas City. ho^ last niaht and " declared she believed her husband had met with foul play. She said he had a following of spiritualists who opposed bla contemplated eonSrmatlo...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

I HlON OF | P THE CALENDAR A I ROMANCE OF MAN I, Xgjptu.r. Pyramids Said to I Hare Been Erected to Aid I vAstronomers In CorcpntI If ' Days of the Year. IEa IVaahmn . t*S the calender. !r> tlio days when U" Mill ro t) Id < ' ! <!:;> ?.< 4*y. throng 1* 1 ho 11 when the luH^%ar * rrck< i??i u* r year." M to tha present ' me < ( .,-t almoet unN HfitwrsaJly ir?o<t tirns tins 3 -la a romance of 11?* history of man. W I'lecirm together i c ri.w known fact* ?>f the taUmlir's life atoiy. a.dentist* v| knvo fotir.il rtlffi-r?-1:t Interpretation* and ttsc? for w-ll known facts and 1 remains <J < I U. I*t tntuliU *mw I J For in*t?pi < . . ->"i rtii'.^" i-? MO.'M n. f Cotswbrth. . "1; .n u recent inlr* \ Ilea lion ?i the ran-American Union. I I the well h: ;ii ; lie ypt inn pyramids ^ Were not trroted early monarch* ef thnt realm as p.ii.r.unn Ms i^tlnlr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

. ?^ . ROANOKE COIIEGE PLANS TO RAISE ' ENDOWMENT Fill 1 Enthusiastio Meeting of the Executive Committee Held Yesterday W. W. BOXLEY APPOINTED GENERAL CHAIRMAN .Splendid Reports Are Coming in From All of the Oam* paign Workers Th? campaign (or the Roanoke College Kndowment Fund ?M for* mallr launched tn Roanoke yeater. da/ at a meeting to the office of . Mr. W. w. Boxley. who baa been appointed general chairman. Tbo executive committee, which m>? J i V?4V| u?7 IV tUlll^USVU UI ; Mosirs. W. W. Boxlcy, D. W. v Flick wtr. W. C. Stephenson. R. H. Angell. G. W. Tompkins, 1. E. Mlobatl. E. L. Stone, J. B. Fishbarn. Dr. W. R. Whitman, W. 8. Battle, H. M. Fox. J. H. Matthews. H. Powell Chapman, Jos. H Chitwood. I! C. Elliott, James C. Martin and Judse John M. Hart. The meetta* was an anthnalastie one and all present registered tbotr Intention of helping all they can to make the campaign In Roanoke a success. There was t general feeling on the part of the committee that a general ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

r TWKI.Vg V BRISTOI HEARS ~ T PEERVADDRESSj ^AmaIa? CuinriAAn A !<*A A IOCIIcilUI On ill loUl I MldU U .Speaker at Rousing Meeting Held in Ninth District Bristol. V.t. Oct. 17.?Bristol -i tlemocr ary last night swung wide ' the doers of the city In an enlhuslaa- i tic. heartfe.l welcome to George C. Peery. Pemocra'ic nominee for Con-1 1 Srvsa In ttr Ninth Virginia district. 1 and Henator Claude .A. Swanson. who 1 address,..1 a in rtmg of atiou't 1 800 1 persons ut me Virginia High School ! building. : The enc.k rs were delayed abont 1 an hour by a ti mobile trouble oil the road between trrre nnd W yt heville. but the rgixoiion accorded them was none the lis* warm. An outburst of cheering and applause occurred 1 when Mr rcery mounted the rostrum, i II? was introduced by City Chairman 11. G. Ia?\lnd?.r, who presided at the 1 (nesting. i The audier.r? entirely filled the I spacious auditorium of the High i School builumg and many were forced to gut seats in the balcony. Ther...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

? PATH BEACH NOW , PR THAT II 1 IS FORWEAt.THY Mefobors of the Yacht Club Want the World to Know That Waters Are Free to y tv - AH Kinds of Oraft. .West r.iro Beich. rim! .Oct. is.? <By International Me w e terelee.) ? Palm Beach hoe been looked on M the mllllonalrea' playground, and the ? Palm Beach Yacht Club la determined - that this reputation ehall be broad. eaet no longer. Membere of thla elub ? tah ?h- * * * .... 7?."" *? *?"??' tnst the I ?r?Vu ? C *r* 'r** to *" 'UM.b**P revlvsd at Uk? Worth lying between Palm Peach "<* *??l Palm Beach. The yec-tit club 1* erecting a handsome club home i.n the Writ Palm Beach aidi ; of the lake with all club bousing facilities. . a <.umber of small sailboats now ore to be .seen la racee almost daily on tbia picturesque lake, aud the fleet aeon le to be Increased. In the daya before the automohfl? and g<?..<| aulltns and canoeing on local em?ra were popular paa11'nee Mow the white aalle ...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

I MANY METHODS OF I MASKING AIM; I I Ways and Menus of Opposing Football Teams Form Subit;. Ject of Deep Interest For Spectators. (Hj \%nlfrr??m|>> ?.f j|- <By Spf ru1 [.?'?? l w, re in t)i* KmBoko World-New.-. Copyright. i:c:t New York. *.?<?. K ?J'trhaps tho layman would ?.. moie ut >? foot.1 -ball todav? ,ird tl re l? nu question H about tile rent ( '.he l?ubIj? l? B the ifunie?'f he knew a little ia?re H r about what wn- c t j; ?m undercover ? ??? * 't / ; . i i n i i ii n i >: n.- Ain't It a Grand WHEN Youva MET < W?F?i'S HStATlveS \ ,/nr.e sort of" fet) i f liste<Y will-jj I I WA?*JT To , I ? -and AROOMD THE, HOU^E /^WHAT'3 -TH? IDEA ' I t^OT RUNN'^G A H I havjen'T They AN)T \ elsc to go ? i m * > will face Columbia minus several i stars and Fordhant prnhahlv will play Georgetown withotit Bretinan Bt ccn^^B ! tf r. On record Georgetown lias a ' alight edge. H "While the Tiger Var...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

I * fsTAWHOlF J NOT iW GRID 111 I Far-flung Alumni Convenient P Otuii Break From Syitem I By Service Ac&demiee I and Others. I Br Waller Camp. (Special Ctrrrepeedeat of Tha World Xrwo. tCop/rlpbi. IMS.) I N?w York, Oct. 1>.?No on* woul< a have believed la the olden day* o iniercoMeclate nthlot n that a Mar: uhmii niTtn would be 'to play more than one ftm? i?i< from home, that on# same bain* wltl tha Army. As ahowin* bow tlmn change consider tha fact that thl , year tha Midshipmen ara to pla; Pennsylvania Hiata In Washington D. C.. and the University of Tennsyl vanla at i'h ladelphla. Tha annua Army contest will also ba played It Philadelphia. Th a Involve# a cnanaa of attltud< i toward sport by the Academy author itlaa.' They have come to realise tha tha public should have an oppor tunlty of seein* the embryo nava officers in action on the *r dtroi and that In return there la an awak ened public Interest In tha aervlc&l...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

HOMES wr m -?? = == I- ?' Tin WORLD NEWS kP? ' ^rui r?a *dir?t)?laf rata* 7c a lto? couolina d words to tbo 11m 'I D rp ? -!**alS?d Mc pr* 1Mb AU oa??;flcd a-1 r?rt :?in* strictly \*i3 ui idvucf I ,?p^iu ? ? r?tr* to Ioas-l?rm adI SF* - '* "? OPPllCAttOB. Cut rrr.ri accompany All oat of to?:j ort*r?. I M.rc.oMiflCAtlooo oot poralttod. I J?v mil or baary Mack-fac?d typo pcaitlrd I . A iCiBilimfiiU mail reach tho I '' I.IBIW i (Tic* by 8:30 p. m. tor I pubJlr?t)ot> nat mortJn*; Saturday* | by 8 t DC 'I i rno.NE si43. I NOTICE Wo rt line men's and women coat* a;.(| overcoats?Phone 573-, Mitchell Tailoring Co. ' 2411 ACTOMOBLLKS )('H SALE EV OWNER?5 aae n po r Che ct a iwd condition. tire* fair. v> m?. aiao m-y battery. Will accept fa ,.?! 7r:ejdiooe 304S-J. 1314 W. Cam - !. -- ami TpK IlEST CAR IN ROANOKE for tl money. Hudeon Super Sport Model, ft Tire ? heela. ftna mechanical conditio: I>-i:-.hoee Ganii on Church Ave. rhoi 4 I" 40-i ltM ? MODEL FORD SE...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

I I I YOUR~l Why Aph Some Injurie Bv ROYAL S. < Commissioner of H f^RESlDING over th? nervous *y f it* movement*, and retiring a the body, U the human bram. ' Somehow or other the intricaU in organ has to do with the mysteries .' tisitiea. Just how it function* and body knows. There remains moch tho operations of the brain. This organ consists of several body and several lesser portions. T most familiar to the average persoi filling the vault of the skull from bump On tho back of the head: Thii * ' brum.** The cerebrunTia divided tn runs right down through the middle iw? portions ars called She "cerebta hemlapheree." - . The cerebrum laa't.a smooth nun !tk< a roou'ded form of lemon >sllr- On th< contrary. the surface of each heir I sphere le thrown Into folds and rldgei caTe.1 'convolutions." When It is sectioned, the itructure o the hraln earr be studied. It Is fouu pot to be a nolld inaaa. for each heml sphere ts hollow In Its Interior. ...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 October 1922

H ^^11 ' St J |E*? 6 * I ! EIGHTEEN -' I UNUSUAL TfiFSPASS I CASE COMES IIP IN I COURT ONCE MORE IK Pennsylvania, Farmer Has I Aviators Arrested For Flyinp Over His Farjn. (L V : IS ? i fly I tit. - ; N.-.- v. r?. . I?The I, ..ill in the a- I' < ( '.?) l\ nnla i, v .. r. . !tj? initial t Kati ? i e ! Justice of H* the r< i . i" i t: i . r?-. It ftlncc tint i t r* . it .iri? a!. l.i' . I r -i < > Net in nn<l 1. II .*- > . ! > t 'i K at latIon fits. t . > . ;-t. over , 'I. t.f T_ J' i.iol". nonp toWtl. J-'a - no r 1 t.> the meti ? " a* " it - ' - iuo.. ? ui.4 h?i went l i_t i. a .-O. *-* "f'' "i" lilt 1 It .. it-' ttt?|. tlMmrd ' i t." llatih" i'ali> mti<I on rliurRe of ' . I ma t i"i.? were i ? \ ' :if Kame >. I -; .i ? . a r on laml I - ; |:j -r.il In ?."irl tliev t r f f itrm. I>ul . l' >. i toot on it. ami I * l . i : ' v .it t t...

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