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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

1 ; * Two Billion Rubles Reward For Sheild iMrtoii Relief OrfralulUi UMm> WW I* Pay Ttit (ONI Www to* ImaMM w MiMiif Moscow, Oct. M.?(By th? Auoclat 4 Prese)?Colonel WlllUm N. Haskell. director of tho American Relief . work In Runela. baa wired eulbort' I" ' ' UJLLJ - fI HI Knil KKi ^" BSjl - *v m ?? ? ni B Clot I X; they -Hj A foci ' H >g-1 ' ffv others '{5s Hirsh, I invii a appret clothe ngninj Yet wl of goo a gooc Rnf rti ^ | taste i -? - 1 jj L M ( n ?anc ^ V THEY satisfy?thai measure up to yo and scale down to you Scale of i . $ : ' * - Thete is no en ^ cords, Sports a wnicn appeal tc ;? Your Mor Airh { . ,; clo' 25 West Campbell Ave . ^ J - . ./ - HOME OP"I ii < . . ' r- 1 I '* : " . _ tat Ion to the. relief worker* In the Volga Valley to ofTey a reward of tlva billion rablw (about $M0) to any one who vaportR definitely the where*' abouta of Pbtlllp HhelUi. KltfbmondVa.# of the Relief Admialatratlon, who hap disappeared. The Government author!t...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

roim . WIWNRWS I Pf IS Arou AIL OVER CHI Leagoies Demand Incorporation of Liberal Plank In New Constitution. VI." I ?!??* I ft ilookrr E(Internal I aa' >?*? Service Staff CN rri *pondrrt ) ' M?..np Ort, SI.? Declaring that Certa r, i ..irka In favor of women ahotiM maertrd In the pmnotfd Cpiiii.i . .p of China before it la .tetllii . i . farllamt nt. Iradlnf Chi mow Hi i > art launching a wumta'f Mr rl*hi? r . umrnt. Th - u widespread awakening K' t'f th-. men of Ch na. and. irl t ? tlif .? . <5 atulrit a and foong k' vr.rr cated In Ihr m I anion aai> IS- Gov.- - i mho" *. a nation wMt Ca' II'- h" * living a. tempted K Th' ' men i r ?,1 ta moreincT or-* In Peking when a coup KV.. t-f from the Woman'* Hfgh|k n. N ' ^rhtHil "t.herti . ? ill-'Hwa r1"" ?I,i of wnme i of In ?I' latiOM I. 'h?- Con*: IfJllon. Keeling thai '.'in ih ? period of transition ' If h- t n to receive a hearing the v .i in ? men are making a del*r 1 " ? ft'-M to arouar th...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

RF'' ir . 1 K?. 9 KAYSE'S PREPARE FOR HARD BATTLE I Will Meet Strong Roanoke ., PoUege Maroons in SalenT Friday Bristol, Vs., Oct. tl?One of ths |rtittit football ssnsatlons of ths ovum ??iurday wn the 2u? to U vie* over 'thih?, K,n* "Torgedoee" ~2?! o!t"t,0?? Col1e?e .lev? ?* .^lc,or,, Keyaee !m.iV-r J l.hi? *re?tie?t teem# of the fhl w.- ?u,h#rn coll*K*?- It paved ull .TLtT l-r a n\uch trongrer erhedyi* Jf*? Vr ?M cauaed football enIII* # t0 <ipt>roach ** burstaam.4 .'.a* .Jr,t. t.?am t*y*<s In the r*nie and the full time been >ltn?. Kit la thought the mtf /srsrotd ve reached the }?? mark. The Varsity men were retired frojn the contest at the clone of the eec >n<l period end the tttne was cat short because of. darknesa. "The flrat two, ouartere were of It minutes each, the third of IS minutes and the last of six. Thla was by special agreement between the two coaches. The day was too hot for football ind several play...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

The Roanoke World-News . Ill?'.:ih? IPV? llAMikr VA nklMuj Ocr> no Liitct eur<3to Tutic* WUKI.I' aj*?i'HAru?. tfutsAJu* Kf+ipiht. Vm rlTTOlttt T* HsUbl kX KUltor. "1 fPWWleM Nrmcir t-?tr-1 AMMAtlN* Hlkm Nr*Pu'"i?h?-r? \ModaUuo Tbr Ao-n??l<*c frr*? AtWI Uu'tij of Lireu)?iloa ^KawwuU! Prr?? u rlHu?t?lj rn V to U>? ux- f ' r^i'unlii-ali'Hi of <> tMQtop (SutMichr* cre-p mo to If or oi>i jjOpwut cf .into 10 tfu? raw* ?n<1 ftew* lOP'icro orr?n If* r.TiEIOS KLI'RCSK.VI ATI V E vnutck * Ba'c? IOC Nr? tnra mix" Cbicaai BfeUm) at VA*t"":r? at K.>ar>"*e Virginia k' a? 9ec-i';ji C ta#? Mai Mattet P ~RATC? IN ADVANCE 1 1* Ccr.ta p?r ??rt uaraMe to t?m?r 2 Kit! rrt r-jr t>?yah a at tbe office BT M.UL Br ore jta; 96 OU Mll>. aix nK-ot.t? 9- 6u* BBto ibrtc ooii'&a 9> Ho Miff. one out'to 90 AO V Colon. .laical t-? anO all in altera of ocator pun b...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

I 1 4 ? , 3iti ' (Published b WlM AuUUtil W1UUAJI PAHKZE. LU)V Basketball Girls Practicing Hard; | Prospects Bright The TL H. 8. Gtrla' Basketball Team has now gotten down to hard work Ik anticipation of their first gai..e which Is sxpet-ted to be about November 4th. Coach Conrad eayat- The team Is progressing nkely and from the present outlook I expect a-championship team this year 6 Miss Conrad has been having abort actrmmagrs for the last week, and soma of the new girls have shown up unusually well, fhe le also trying out esch girl fur evry position end It looks queer Indeed to see Lybrook mm guard; J. Nsren, center; Hhafer and Mlcnael guards, while Giles. Lauhldcr - and Zacfcarla try their luck-at for* Ward. Ly brook, last year's captain and forward, aeetns to be the eariTC atsady good-shooter, while Shafer, Raid. Fugate. Michael and Dunkleberger are showing up well In center. Flreslnger dVllls. Lowe, Thornton. Turner and McNulty also show liiat before the season Is over they wi...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

n t t Bedford De Hear Pa Umkior Glass and Judge C. A. Wood rum Speak 3efore Larje Crowd?Roanoker Criticizes ||* Failure To Let Henry Ford In On Muscle Shoals Derelopmont?Crowd Large And In El | J ue Mood. r / Bedford. Oct. 23?A groat crowd for 1.000 Democrats a~.senibl.ed In jtha Alliance Warehouse in Bedford ] ( 11 o'clock today to hear the naB 'tlona! issues of the day discussed by two of Western Virginia's forettost exponents of Democracy. U. 8. Senator Carter Glass and Judge \ C. A. Woodrum, Democratic notuF~ laee for Congress from the Sixth Virginia Dlctrict. On the stage be bind the speakers were members of the Do mco ratio Kxocutivo Con>* fir mitrVt of -Bedford Countjr. ' | R. A Gilliam. tisnkenrf^MontVml'' and Colonel on the staff of Governor Trinkle. presided at the meeting abd with a few well chosen remarks reviewed the achievement* of the Democratic party in Virginia K and gave many reasons why Virginia and particularly Bedford County hod prospered under the I ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

m >?uii,'.iu i, i? i 1 PREDICTS GAINS FOR DEMOCRATS Chairman of Senatorial Committee Sayi "There Will Be Viotoriee in UnexD v pected Plaoes. (By The AmmMH PrfM) '\ Washington. Oct. 1*--Predictions of "substantial Democratic icnlna" to the electloaa for both Senate and House In States want of tba Mississippi river were nude In a statement tonight by Senator Walsh of Massachusetts. chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campalgn Committee noon hie return from a tour In the Weat. The returns in November. Senator Walsh aald. "would be Democratic victories in unexpected places and by very sweeping pro* portions." Specific claims wero npt made by Senator Walsh, but he said the Increase of Democrats In tho Houae would be plenty large. , Ttrw ? Cxflrt.' "When we consider the Senatorial situation." raid Senator Walsh. "We muet bear In mind that the terms of eight Democi atlc Senators expire in etatee all of which went Republican in !?:0. and only twb of which. Artrena and Montana w...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

f SOCIAL ANE || mrs j. w. sh: I Office Hours; 9 to 10 A. M Ph The I ruaut. ' T??? tbuumn l . v ?? K^HkVCktl i * rpritkltl the it - . I- Th. trtm .1.; > i ><s "Am; "Jnat ?ee our f.t cnrrr.itfa B flit ? * * j? ? a: li.iti. bear .il'l'j 1 r??'K Of CriCM r a! '.tie : M-f" I fled on 1- r, a, BWfcr do* ii f-i: r a:?o ? if l?auty K. Ana oh * o oar And w I <1 it > t t t RT 1 of>? r,t d <> J? n > <1 "r. Up," tip I * cSiii lay they had ? clif ! ! r ? ) *? ?*'' " ? mare: ?Kll*V><- S Mo; Ij; if. I V :n the I i" Jvr* ^ . k Time* Marriage In ? It a llona. Ilea r-Kra nk I In. Mr \| . y t t, t'Uy lt.it kiln have .??? I i:iv.'ati-'ls to 'he nai*?*?< f 1' I XI i .Kilter jf.iti M.i.-. *I>o?i I M: .T; \V it. p. .TT.The cere-- i.\ t i t.iK*- place <-n Tur'diiy aft. r* '.i-i -fi.i ?r T. nt -t o clwk ??l the K rv |(.?ttirt t'htireh. Marriage T...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

How Intellii Are Bringin Revolution / ?T BlWta. ' .An w Oil tkl If* of rivolullnnarv I UfHMi la our method* ?( education ? Have recent discoveries of psycho* legists, y wnlch the mental capacities of individuals may be aocarately measured, made possible fundamental Improvements in the school system in the direction of Increased efficiency and reduced friction? If eo Jt n how will these Improvemo.ite be brought about, and wjiy. and when and where? The first two questions are answered in the affirmetlvo by tbosa experts in education and in psychology who aro best qualified to know what la going on. ? Tnejrdectnre that there la good reason to think the next generation may receive a much more efficient education. witi- less friction, and at a cost no largo and perhaps .much smaller, than at present? In the series of articles of which (bin la tha flrat. I p-opose <9 tall tha details of soma ot U>*? nawly discovered methods, and to explain Just how they operate In th...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

? pTWEf.VB CHICAGO LAYING I FOR EASTERN FOE i'v/ -v> Stagg Expected to Spring Usual Surprises Next Saturday?Notre Dame Up !* Against It. I ?1y W?ltfr ( amp.) (By Srec al Leased Wire to The Roanoke World-News. Copyright. 1822.) New Vork. Oct. It?In vlewr of the comlt.g great Intersections! contests, .the *ituatl?n among football teams of the M'ddle West Institutions . Is of fjirin .Ur interest and Importance. In tie case of Chicago. Stag* has not sh..?n h's strength as yet. He Is samig everything for the return game on Mtagg held with Princeton j Mat urJ.i v. Straight football of the t? elmt'lrel kind was all he needed pgai-f-t Perdue, bu* he undoubtedly will *nrlng a eurpr, .j Saturday. He would rot be Mtagg If he did not, Changes are st.lil going on down . t Pr eceton Coach itoper Is InslstB? ?rrrr rrp^n dev-etopmrimsr the-Ricking game. With Cleaves and Van Qerblg b? is apparently well taken care of 'n this respect. He Is making a lot r. : -i in* 'ii mo un? ana working h...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

y-YOURl. Why It Pa .a Child by M< By ROYAL S. a Ommissiont of He fH London roeontly. thero was bold | and qne of Its features was a eon to check the waste of tor baby li caned for on the subject. How I 1 Several thouaaiHa of mothers enlerei in due time prizes will be awarded standard assays. This particular feature is an echo In that conflict the world cave up tl million boys and young men. Boy Enrobe to replace the wicked waste dt Boys are "cannon fodder" in tir heart-breaking to see the endless rowi military cemeteries. No matter wbe Jta'y. in the Balkans or on the Polii None a broken-hearted mother to par- d 'OS the penattv of the late err. No wonder there are prtoe oonteetaoa howtorenr fcoye! . as a matter of faet. however, there to no mere Important enbtoct then how hem to renr healthy children. The citiaonehle of the fottrre depends on the quality of tbla year's Infar-i life. The health of the child to * crest extent dot tormlnea the health sad duration of life of t...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

p, ^- tOURTEKN PROBABLY ' W THE WORLD NEWS CUaaltlro n?:o* rate* 7c it a# kr OOUUl'i O ?oc!< lo !t? Una Pi ,* Dili' ? ?!l?*lt.rd "4c per l?ch f . ' AU clamtlrd "lire rll*ln? *triotl? ^ r nub in advance F< Special cart) rite* to locf-ltriB ad Ht. eertia- r? >n r>plleat!t>6 Catb 01 ,?i accompany *1 out ofPI? * to?n on!* r? MtdClaaat float loo* oot permitted. N.J cut* or beaiy black-laced tree prmilM Alt adrertlaapirrta mutt reach tha R*V* bu?tue*# offi * by N 30 0- m. for . , publication utit tuoruinc Saturday* Hp b> s r uj H< rnoNE 3142. Al'TO.M'UUl.fc.8 Kr Ku.U'OrKK?A -N.> 1 cocultlon. JP33 mofl' I't.oriC '..ttTT-tV. 473S 1IM k Mul V !. KORl' 5EPAK, m food cyn Attoii, S ?IW ?Ml. KMl Second Arc.. v * w. ansa >. FOB, >ALt OH Wlix TKA1IK fur Sard car. Hf'" c-j i tr irr it i.i ir bilk Mil! Good location. jo o su nt ? *Jk I'booc i;>?? W. Rt; . " 4?0ft t * ?! ::I t'l/'s...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

Market and F GERMAN FINANCE HOLDS ATTENTION Foreign Exchange Falls Off On Humors of Bankruptcy Move By Former Central Power. Hr Hurl P. W?M. ;liy bpeclal Wire to tb? Hoasoke World-News.) Wall Street. New York, Oct.. 24.? interest In today's financial exchange centered upon the foreign exchanges awd the market for foreign govern jient bonds. The heavy aelltaw of frx??fc ' *??? went on, carrying them to a new low for tb? year. .I'jfuL-litrm&n mark continued to alnk and Italian lire and Belgian francs were forced down to the lowest yet touched tn l?i!. Sterling lost over a cent and was off over four cents truin last weks nigh. Xhli adverse movement in lev Kuropean currencies una acooutpan.ed - by conspicuous weakness in the uovernmeut bonus, especially tn the French securities. '*ne Stench loans In Farts and butidou were otf quite vharpiy. in the hew Vora tnaraut the French Is btoke over n point to the >(hcy weio laeutd. 'iD? 7 1*M ware down within a point ot the...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 24 October 1922

^ W' B1XTEKN' FREE THINKERS, m IN RUSSIA TO H GO INTO EXILE W'- . _ Soviet uoverrmeni uives nrsi Warning to Intellectuals B / Who Openly Or Secretly Work Apamst Policies. r Mo - ^ w. ;>t. : : Mail > ? The Mr. r\il?rg /,l-r.a.l t- r N rthern Uuheia nutit Jtic.i lo:>. jmiK i- 1 .? !(? ami i;. to rot * ?- |#? 11:? i\ -* t? the >? Viet r? : # rarr:? lik? a holt out of the 1 '.i.r ar;! ha.- left thotiearui* of toilers.: M e .1 kiiii-.n noimviJ: g. l' t < r tain.win fi'irt next. Kor it:it r:y n .-nil:*. since the d?v-l-.j f !r?-- anil llie r?> creation *f h of rich speculate!*. It h.i? Inn evident both to PP op; .>!: : ;? < | ttwrnnn nt and to ihe i n>n::r.f* lht'mjrl\M, that R.*. . i'? -iLa.ia of ilussiatia- were hegiu"J. lie ! fug-" the* were In the h .1 .Is of . ..et.ir.an dotntorshlp, n-d wi re 1< g.nnlng to become aa ' .lihio'P.t OS over. I rrr 'I hlnkrrs Artl*f. ' t, t.k:ng ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 October 1922

I 'TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" The Kouokt World-News Is the oeljr afternoon- smipapcr to Vlr|I>U recti Tin* three leased wire err loss. VOL. 40.?No. 100. 2? BRITAIN MUST KtlAIN WW WILL OF IL S. - Uoyd George, In Vigorous Address, . Commends AngloSaxon Alliance?Says Ema... n.Li J pn c tv 111 ray ner ueais ana Expects Others to Do Same?Reasserts Principle of Country Over Party? Peace Is Road to Prosperity. By F. A. Wray. London. Oct. 26.?(By the Internallonal .Sewn Service.)?-In a fighting speech before leaders of the National Liberal party, former Premier Lloyd George today brought the United States Into the British political campaign as an Issue, At the same time he appealed for national unity as the best means of extricating the nation from post-war difficulties. "There must be closest Anglo- ' American co-operation in order to Insure lasting peacjt In the world." declared the former Prime Minister. I.loy<l George- demanded that the British war debt to the United Stat...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 October 1922

Bll W I RACE ON AGAIN < Yfe&kee 8kippcr Changes Mind ft hJ(M Last Minute and Con. ~ , . l senis \o uompieie uomcsi. ? Crosses Start Ahead Ucho. I. ,] ih?i?r IS Mcurils n' III' :.??? rt I }'!?) s PMMl*rmin * r: It' . \o>. . hi'X*|?v?r. ha.I tlio kt.i' "f i ;i Iihiik | j can boa:. K f*' The c< . r live ?a. - l' > I >::i . .I. :i t j. innc K Upt up !.>. i?n HLm off v Mm t-> ? i: ! .? u< ui jP W4V ?}* |.. *r.i? ma'iv late BMkli until* n 'Jt ? !? ;nc part Mlat ?if w (; nan rrw T^BSfctPK ?ark- ,-*i\ ;?.V ihr m;n?it ' the Ite'tr." *f> I- :.!?. fKl|i|'.T jt l?Xpli> i 1 o.ri >?...n t > II.i! the fa ?4 ' -lai 0 s tin* f inni i t t?.Mi'i < mni'tie*. Skipper *-kll| llrltlKfri'Ul Clone. r. M iff not I'a llv the Interna .. r.a! .\t-w? Ser\l.ei? "T:> ?>? ;? svlih t).. iu;n We'll *}|.w ihrm wo can ww. no n.uimr \\;.dt obeiif...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 October 1922

* \ * ' BIG LEAGUES MAY BAR BARNSTORMING Bevival of Xnle Over Which Euth and Landis Disagreed Brings Unsatisfactory . Condition!. 4 Br ? ?! J. Wall!) New York. Ort. J5.?<By the International New* Her vice)?The business of barnstorm In*, over which Babe Hath and Judge Landls went to tbo mat at catch weight* no later than Last fall, la likely to be read rlgat out of baseball when the major leagues convene* her* In December. At the time of the Ituth-Landi* controversy many club owner* considered the rule as one framed on unjust lines and consequently amended It. This to their ultimate sorrow. The privilege la being abused In a manner hardly favorable to the beat Intsrssta of baseball. *Ball players manner of fly-by-nlght enterprises and are hlppodromiug their way aruund the coal oil circuit, according to Information received In official c?ctea here. It la ala^ hinted that not * few of the stara ar* giving the sunrise quite a play. In consequence, aome of the baseball played ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 October 1922

B SOCIAL ANL j| MES J W 8RI I Office Hours: tf to 10 A M Phi Thf RfMrft irto'i an Oi' T Should he' JHfcl holds me flea I? HgjtdUl Qther word*. IO\er rue; 1 could ii tr the maid alone. V. ~Atld *e< ner s? a rlar Twin) ' it ( distant,. thing* would Much t-lcv- ttiin they are. Pit's <tr?ar?> Bluff whin you lovo a maid , 'And u a ml It--to b oo, feliows ll Cets serious K When the ir ltd you love. love? youf i Beeerlli"! f or Mr aatl Mra. J. Walker ( aluwell. r . Society is Interested In the receptions which ate being given this fmiMrrioort ard tonight at v. alker Hsll. Virginia Heights, when Mra J. YYalkt he Caldwjil. a recent btid'j, is being Mreseni' i by Mr. and Mrs. M. M. ECsldvvvl) M'? iU M Caldwell receives with the honoret tn the ufternuon and -at - Bight Mr. ard Mrs M. M. Calilwell ' Mill Derive with Mr. and Mrs. J. [."Walker Caldwell. [ . (iursts of Or. mid Mrs. Kcyaer. fT" Mr and Mis YV. I. Brubaker. of ELurav. are in the city the guests of Mr ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 October 1922

WIJIWP |U 4 '* 1 "'" ' ' '. ' ' ' Leaders Of Social Set Leprosy >F Jmmtm MfClili. . IUI1 K?w? Servta* Ht.B Corr.r.i>orulMit ) Toklo. Oct. SI.?Bualneaa hu bean I mHAmtI ia tk? <? -? 1 ? <* ...? * ? v ?- ?ivm vi v?p?nr?c aoclety women with the appearance I* a Ulna* shop of Baroneee UHmoto. beautiful, wealthy and tfemocvatlo young noblewoman, who haa been named mmpr of a bualneaa enterprlae of the Data Kal, literally the armpathy asaoclatlon, an organlaatlon of more than one hundred prominent aoclety women. The proflta will Co to maintain a leper boapltal near hrre. Aa yet the bualneaa la operating on a limited acale: American yafne are the only commodity offered the public. But aa the proflta enable expanelon new thlnga particularly women'e apparel, kitchen utenalta and dlahea. all emblema of the Weat which are finding a favored place In more wealthy Japaneae hOmea from New - York, I'arta and tendon?will be added to the ahow-caaec and bhelve...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 October 1922

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