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

r:~jsr^ - . . ? * , Tl ! - - - . .',i i ' i ' ' ' i ' ' ^ Sift 3lut (Published b BdHor- iMiium WILLIAM FAMUUL LLOt Seniors Who Have Paid Dues In Full Balow U a Hat or danlots wJu> hara ittld lhatr duas Id full for tna term. Tha and of this waak. marks tha last dar that enterorlain* uonar clitumtn un u?? flfty cents by paying their (our dollar* In bulk, and they are urged to awake to a aenee of tbelr responsibilities Tbe lUt ' follows. - Hubert Bondurant. Zany Kreba. Helen MoNeal, Mobly Hrown, William Parker, Kdtnund Morris. Ruth Beard. Katherlne Uogtln, James Hart. Jewel Mason Gay Vest. Lewis M?r Neac?, Doro'hy Glbbony, Howard Avery, Virginia Pettlt, La vonU Wright. Hasel Stump. Jeanett* Smith. Louise Steele, Fred Pulton. Cary Thomas, Fred Hoback. William Plggat. Claud* Hints, Ciaudln* Kennedy, Morale* Carter. Katherlne Boon.. John Wllllgmson. Clara Nort. Ann Simmons Kdwln St Clair Mary Will Giles Kunlc* Barry. Dimple numbers. Lucille Goena, Vivian Hpence. Prances Peralng...

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

p. NEWS OF A" W : UPON TOWN IS f MUCH OPSIRED 5 Q 4 ' V* 9 11 Doctor Says English Girls | [' Smoke Too Much, Advocates Use of Pipe?PrinI K cess Is Modiste. I K' ???? London. Oct i*. ? fTjr International Nrus jiervlce.)? Flaming reds and brown tntm m'ngled with every bad# c* r 11 i n K l-af. art the prevalHnc htr#? wur . by every we Itressed w>?p -n In London Just now HR- Jvsvei hef?re hn\? the milliners and rood isle* let the l, elves loose In such R a riot it cotoi and "Hrlghler lx>ndon" has uday become a fact Instead vf a hrsse In contrast, colors for dance frocks ore laklnp their tones from precious i ones th.r winter. floss, tinted Jade peridot green and lapis lazuli ore prominent nmong soma of the won-'e-ful ops ?tnt dance fabric* which to td-tnak* so many of tbe n*? * enlna frock* SU'fi an1 tln-'ous crepe, with ' a ? rurrn; nr TTTtJ TITIITPTT*7' ' TTlT these Jewel frocVx Thetr lines are mainly of the stinp e order, the lore linn of -re fifteenth century, ...

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

| V- 4 ." * RUSS MONARCHISTS r PIAN MEETING TO ; BACK FAVORITES . --"--.rv" Or&nd Duke Cyril's Manifesto Stirs Groups Who Will Vol Admit That Ozardom la Terminated. * * 1 a London, Oct. .?(By Mail.)?Some? thins akin to consternation haa haan _ ' caused In Russian monarchist circles * by Orand Ouka Cyril's recent msnl* faato claiming succasslon to Csar Nicholas II, and a conference will taks place at Wiesbaden to And a way out of ths difficulty caused by rival aroups of Russians who will * not admit that the Russian' revolution terminated Csardotn. Belgrade Cirosp 'Net Warned. * The Belgrade group of monarchists, which considers itself (post representative, was not warped of Orand Duke Cyril's d-"Mslnn r "A in?t In any case bava supported him either as the auerdlan of tho Russian throne or as a candidate to It. according u> the Berlin correspondent of the Times. The Belgrade monarchists' hopes are centered around ur?no UUK? Nicholas NlCOlSleVltch, and they have...

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

^Intelligence I Aid the Brit m+nuurtziif KJ* P' . w ? M? limi t Hlltta. Kfphft United States spends a large I Bm on education of Its children. New BTork City, which is by no means at I th? top of the list aa to per capita I ^ Spenditu re, will invest IS50.009 B OVery echool day during 1>C2-19:3. I "i Xn the past ni'>st of us have taken I, It comfortably for granted that our i huh nut ntilv the moat expensive in tb* world. but She E?Mt Id the world?and certainly :> $ RjlVa.1 a- we fcav? an> right to expect. If t*t today we ere no longer no Mtally uncrlti. a] All ith of people ' k>ve beet. xait ining the technique iSplSf teaching with a view to Its improvement. One of the most bolllg rent and drastic of these groups bnavo been th? psychnlog at*. who. v ahtii hev re: through tcllimr wii.it I Pay link of the old-l.'.shiuncd diss I tucrn and the old-fashioned teacher, laevr thesi looking as thougn tb. y ; ud .encountered the American...

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

* ' . . * ^I * fl I v V fe. ' ^ ^^HBQQSHBQnslSI jEBS?HB0E^PyQ^9ODK i^z^v v,w*> , '^^^^BCf#yirffQo<jj!tfVwjnl^OP WWW}\WQQM rWhat Veel "*< - rIt means that you can and furnish or refurnish y< per room. It means gettinj price. A Co I Jen Opportunity . : 5-pieceComplete I ! In this complete Kitchen Oi "i bake and broil perfectly; a Kite he !*** antrinrm a# 1 aWah anil 4i?ma ? ? H *vi u?: oanuK ui muvi auu nuic , a I |*| well constructed white Kitchen Ch | K v Tenrnt 1 ' 'j ^ | A 7 Piece Bedroom Suit i III ,8 yours now for only 111 , ? At.^i.s jo>y pnre of $99 vou gj; pound,*joll?edge, all-cotton Matti Dressed with ample drawer space . !'h, lows, massive Continuous Post Brs of pleasing design, and a Saniti I Spring. I ' Term.: $5 Ca.h, $2 We . I Bed Davenette. Suite and Library Table? | Jig! "No on* nerd bo without sood-lookln* IM lor. for h?r? at laat la a completa Living |H within reach of all' Included la a 3-pi M IPS Davenette Su...

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

I I pMPfF I BIJLJ.E1 TOPIC KProfessors of Agricultural Exp.periment Station Labor 1 r:.'.. \> o.u: m rive icars l'fi ouujeui Hii' - - _ ?Wlackr?>tirk ? ; ?Pullet.n V> Bl by lYoltM n> ! ! Kromnir and ffc. A. \V. \ . .a AkD jftOUurn! Exc?r -rn nt Station, entitle!! fElackflto and itdiir* of Tobacco| iM Their r.t^ol." k vi .v the rc?u t If a Ave nr?" ttnly ' f three dl BMn by the I vnarttnt tit cf 1*1 ant Hubdloifv Koarrt. ?Ju* M-- t e t'ienr? of 151? Kui* nd It'!' uu" ciaJly ?? vcre. | K^lirvcv made Ir, 1:<.<i abouej fhat| per cent > 'he tooac o Pelil* In h State w - e af! 11? it a t ti b;nek lire id In 1? pt r it cf theao wildfire I ! alto iTfuT' Loaec* of the Htnte 1>S0 ?pre in-.n r?J ul 2J million und*. u. : t the n veratre price I [ Salem. Va? Oct. 21.?A rural poet, sends in the following effusion which no doubt lie Intends a* hi# contribution towurd the "Apple Boost," which 1# on at present: A...

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

v GIVES CLOSE-UP W WILSON IN PINCHES * > : vj '; ' Former Secretary Lane's Letters Published With Intimate Details of War Cabinet (Uuiom. Big League Men 8ee Trouble Ahead If Small OlUes Play In World Series. t I Br Tk* IumI?(c4 Pr?o?) Boston, Oct. 24?A series of his* torr-mmkiftg letters, deserlblns .in ftaietl * * tuvrivBii w#r wavinci and giving an Intimate picture of Woodrow Wll">n u ba appeared while preeld'" over the secret meet Inge of his official family, ia made pabllc today. The letters.-written by the late Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the -' 1* " Interior In tbe cabinet of President Wilson ftom 1913 to 1920. hare been published by Houghton Mifflin Company. Tbe volume 1s just off tbe prees.1 The correspond etico reveals, among other things, bow tbe President frequently lost patience with the tremendous problems confronting him. and how at dtber times discouragement crowded him.-to such a degree that be was prompted to tarn bitterly upon his advisers ...

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

P>pbtbb> pis H W CHiNA GROW ! 1 men in GFricE1 Version of Government Funfls By Officials Erings i Kation Nearer to Consortium. 'to"".- ? ' i it thi< ] hx over 11 .* r. ii, ? hen | fVhe ! ; H (he li ti !.? r* !<-r two K>nth? s;?!?r* : ?,. arw% the ui)!1 T \ < ti .;h" i ko fcfclUh. oU: ... * tur. inn-Ms u it - | l.non I'nnd* Diverted. HI n?.v t |>r? \ 1.1. .I that lt.t. riiii m an I I"ijI.!:c pit' i? 11 i? Hidily m Mf i: hi fav.il : Mich rrnntu n - t t ?|u< iali> the proWon*. * ..up. pulur a 1111.111; il.o p >ltlclanv nt btncl s.ipi n >1:1 ..f .ill kOBey adv.in. '.l Th" m>>rc thinkniK jusis of t'Mi'..'*e say It iy ntc.-ysary : in? i rinese people arc id r> i i\c be benefit. Of former loans It hns been est I* lated that approximately live cents lit of every dollar went for proper fevernment purposed _ As a lesiflt be business of polit...

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

I mm bank r in better shape Amerloan Control and Loans Liquidation Policies Are Bucces?fttl. Manila, Oct II.?(Br International News fervirs.)?T?o"' "liquidation ol loans'* policy Instituted In tho Phil* tpptne National Bank by Ita mana* Cir. B. W. Wilson. Is bstlavod to hat* mads as exceedingly favorable Impression on United States authorltie*. The policy consists of these doctrises: Oo Slow; get potentially guod nterprtaes op their feet Instead of forcing failures; renew loans If payments haVe bean made, gel ad large payments as possible, and Increase '.he security when practicable, and. ro. king on this basis, depend upon time, good crppe and good volume of rxports. Control of ? favored. Tnes# policies if followed, .:Ifl2s8K^?J2S Xi.&rS5S Pill ??y wl?* to espouse eh th# Qovwnmant. which , ?wm It. mjf p. afar. " j1'" working clonic theae r ay. ???? <*,?" '7' lUl, and whan ' &? flf4,? ?i Balls, mads ?'ft* Wood-rorbaa mission, ranch ad P" fu^^had. I...

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

mXTKEN PROBABLY .. ?: ??= ! R. t ...I ? . P I i T HE WORLD NEWS ^ -' ClaaaiBco adrertialnf rate* 7 c a I In. aountina 0 wort* to 111# Une Nj Diap.aj Saaaifirt 94c per loch t V AM cla#?iBrt ad remain* atrtctl) fcyS 'rah u> adrance r' '* Sped*. rath uvea to i or*-terra ad <-rua?r? >o appllcattoo Caat mutt accompany all oot-ot Mfafr ! 'om oro?r? LJ I MiKiUiiSctUou oot permitted, i 1 ,?u cute or bta>y black-faced typi -1 PJ|' DrroilM All a>l??rtl?emrot? mait reach tbi nu'iant oBlee by 0.30 p. m tor L-- vuh'lealton next morrunf; Siturdayi by 8 v a FHONK 3142. 1 _ 1 AlTOMoBlLKS IX ill AN M OTORCTC LK ~FOR SALE^ln pcKxi o< minion Trice J?5 11 aold this [; wee* riiooe 1918 J. 4807 1 OR >A1.? OR WILL TRXDE lor lord ctr. ryu ty in lot near Silk Mill. Good locati ui. _oo oemrot walk Chens 1507 \V. . " ' - " 4400 fS-ED CLO0ED CAR?U?bt Overland Sedan. rrvodltlotiaJ. refloiahed. new battery, ri'Ov. Cord lire?. Harper Mot...

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

SEP ME RAN MAY BE DROPPED f Joha V. Footer. ?SpotUl CnrTHHourVnt of Tbo loiaokc World-New*. Cuprrtcbt. ms.l Now York. ??tk- ? ? la Um number of same* played In the world serlee from Bin# to htm. ban not Ht well oa the stomachs of the old guard. U waa forced upot. the majot league owners by a comb nation of circumstances. They are not fighting the seven-game series,openly today but there le a felling on the part of some of them that If the Series were to he played aome year between Bt. Louie and Boatun. ' exempts. and were to be settled in four games, (bare would be a deficit In the treasuries of. both clbbs. The present high rate of uaverand general expense would make any other result out of the question In view of the added coat to wb ch cluhs are put to prepare for the series The trouble with the series la that it hae grown po big that tt la awal?<? low|nr everything aUc lh bSSsbsll aa a single factor.' The fact that the series recently held in New Tork resu'ted In all ...

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

eighteen , f . Father With Prosaic Cognomen Picks Fine Monickers For Sons fv <I*opUr r.'irr M->. ?">. t. t;?(I3y the Rv, International. N< < ? Service)?When K'. "Bill" F<t <- i' Marshall, ?a* very ft younR t'h< I a |'t).? .11 handicap his (; parent* l.ui.c u him bCRati to pall. Bgp&nrw is ii' .r-:.ito a name like K' Dill; to euavi'v or subtlety. no nla !:!*Pht?r. fl.ii, . '.it ?. r clue*. So ?'t> r i .. -inikf. \vh< n Itlll's pro-' gmny n ntris.hK amply und ! >* platoons *l i-.mt iibonr" for monlck rt of In: hlunln > and distinction. .Bill (on There are nine of the S little Sti>- all boil, and lillj gave them i? m im In |lfv that he hail never had. lt;W ? bv> a, r< adliiK from left to r>pi ' r otherwise, are: Hoirn, Tan :o. l.av i'n ero. Marvllo, Kosco. Otto. : w and Y;in*o. '* FOR SALE 9_-room lio...

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

HP PPPPPWWWPBW1 - : . . ' ? Market and Fi INDPWM instomi Movement Was Reflection of Sentiment Toward Individnal Issue* ftnthar Than General Sentiment._ ?r Mwi p. w*?t industrial section of tit* stock mar. *9 '0m? extent by tbe steadiness^ and occasional periods of f.r.?tf.A*yla? ?? railway and public w" tha chief char-" a?rtna the aroaier par. of tM-Ulli Ol) the Block eirliinva r<.<io w It * ? again a movement nor ?# ssntlalty Interested In the larger u?pecta or tha flnanc.al situation. buf (baorbM) rather bjr considerations sffading for the moat part temporarily, the. raarliet for tndtvdual etude*. Selling eaa heaviest In Industrials. In which trade recovery has been dlaappo.tying. or where speculation lor the rise fleet spring and again during the mid-summer campaign, had been over-done. The one group which was represented by the shares of fertiliser and chemical companies, which, when the time came in the early part of the year, were suffering from such acut...

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

' ^^Hnnty f BONAR LAW'S SEAT I SOUGHT BY MAN 11. OF LIBERAL IDEA Sir George Paish Opposed to n?ij J tit *. !uuiu xiuaiumg ?uiu w <11113 Free Trade With Open Immigration. Mr J. t. Henry (lly. Si > . ! i.(.iw4 Wire to The ileaI ke W(irld..N>*? ) New 1 .-rk. Oct. i'.V?otatcstnen ata.-uM he ic nontuta rather titan |>oUNo ! -? ? authority than Sir Oittr.*' 1\..M., tlif t.il!. array haired }trlti?n l.i.U'1.1I expert Kilo will opPon' t hi- t"'? Hrttirh I'remter, lionar J.aw {it election to the lloune of Common*. running a? n Kreo Traler ?lid l.lh'ral, is responsible for that declaration. Ini.Ni'V York to participate 111 the convention of the American Manufacture ' Kxport Ansoolntn.n. w hi- U op> nt-il today he displayeJ to a'l with whom he came into r.vht.ict a_n Impatience to uet back hro-e te jump Into the fight In one rj the Camnw division*. 1 u-i j "rv r.uir. I>U CIIII ruiiiMK C - " fc.vurtiMj " ^ remarked today In Inn k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 October 1922

Tbo Roanoke World-Newt la the only alttrMOn ?ffW la Vlr|m receiving three land wire service*. VOL. 40?No. XOtr / 2 PARLIAMENT IS FORMALLY niooni urn UIOOULVEU Bonar Law Endorsed By Conservatives aAd Unionists ror parliament Prom Glasgow Division ? Thirteen Hundred Candidates In Field For Commons?Labor Commands Attention. London, Oct. 3d.?(Br The Associated Press.)?A proclamation dissolving Parliament wae signed br King Oeorge tbla morning at a privy council held at Sandringbam, the royal estate In Norfolk. The proclamation will be gasetted tbla afternoon. The proclamation fixes November 20 as the date for the new Parliament to assemble. The King also signed a proclamation, summoning Scottish peers to meet at Holyrood Palace November If to elect the sixteen representative peers of Scotland to serve in the new Parliament. Honor Law Kodonrd. Glasgow, Oct. 26.?(Br The Associated PreM.)?Prima Minister Honor Law waa unanlmoualy endorsed tpday aa the Conservative and Unionist candidate for...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 October 1922

r i lluman moves I to reopen case WMttel Claims insufficient Hfeppoitunity to Argue ObI lections to Oleason'g I Plaint. N. Y.. Oct. St.?(Or ?c'ated i'rese.)?James A. we*.thy banker, it was oooy, bat begun an effort a tbe ('rocecdint? in which t unroccessi uity to divorce IT. Stulman and to bav? liuy declared tne otispring rick K. Beavuata, an Inuiun . Brennan. counsel for Mrs. said today be had beeu 1th an order direct.ng Mrs to abuM cause beto.e 8udirt justice Mu rev ha tutor at iiaie on Saturday wny the ocrlrdlngs which resulted In Irmlna ?,f the report of Danicr J. Oleason. In favor Oilman and Guy, should not reJ. noon, characterised the alep va to re-open the whole cl.1iceedlngs. ' but declared be >e!lrve it wuu d succeed as orschauser'a final or ler con:he report had been signed t day mi filed with the 8uiurt'Clerk of l*utnam Couni rmol Ki.iJuah Time Glvew. us J. Sullivan, of counsel for Indicated the course the as wl.l take In nn affidavit to the new order to_ajtow ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 October 1922

-p|Ml RULES LAID DOWN F.OR APPLYING NEW TARIFF SYSTEM {Tariff Oommlssion Kff Act Ob Own Initiattoa on Utt Ohanfes?-Interested Persons or Tims May Apply. Washington, CK-t. ii?(By Tit* Associated Prsss.)?Investigations to ??."w w> mctHiir ror etui*i la tariff rataa aa prorlftd for under the oocalled flozlblo provisions of tho naw tariff lair mar he mad* by tha Tariff Coamlaotoa on Ito own Initiative. under rulea of proeodaro made pub.to today by tho oommlsslon. Thla applloa not only In tho caao of ooction Sid. dealing with anfair mothoda In tho Importation of aoodOL but also to aootton SIS. which provides for "ah Increase or decrease of as much as to per cent In the rates flsed by Congress or for the declaration of American valuation ae the basis for assosslng ad valorem duties. Under the new rules application for an Investigation under these sections, or section S17, dealing with discriminations by foreign eountrlee against American gooda and commerce. may bo made by any p...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 October 1922

an. 1*1* A RCCDY /% f 1-?jW I M (A 4 Girls and Women % Who Are Ailing t tlkai Tk't Manilla Say* U at Vllal Imp irtam-r to Yna Liu* i Ma Depot. Va ?"I suffered Srlth ?!>min i trouble for five years g and oould not do nnythlng for one K. year. I do.-tored with two different B doctor* and thev did me no |?w1 J K took Dr Pierre* Favorite PreaerlpC tlon alao u?ed Dr. Pierce's tuition B < Tablet mil Healing Suppositories for two month* and was greatly bens' . eflted I feel better now than I have for five years. I can truthfully lay I thai Pr - Plerre-a r*mniln are the 'heel f ever used ? M'l. Lena Reedy, ."R F D No. J. Do* IS. Health ) wealth. Oo not nenlsci the inoat valuable an set you hava. On to your neishhorhnod <tru(t store and ?vi Favorite Inscription In tahleis or llnuld or send tPc to Dr Pierce President Invalids' Hotel, In Ruffalo. N. V , for trial okir of tablets and receive rood medical advice, free of all expense. < Adv.) Kidney ani...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 October 1922

pwp J VIRGINIA VARSITY GETS A SUM Fly, Scrub Quarterback, Has Been Promoted to First String Team uoa for the JohiiA-lfopK id? gaol M {?? ? sw^u" ssrw 3 po?nr. who hu bm i?mil|> Mjnbl bu bee? pMNMlo the varaity aad will probably ha nuimi - OB? ? the mvUr Uami M Boon W ha has foamed tha iifulh la tba practice Tueaaay. which was tha flrat' real workout it tha wraak. on account of tha mm'WonJajr, tha flrat varalty waa weakened by tha loaa of Campbell, who naa bean forced out of tha play again on account of Injurlaa received In tha V. M. L game. Scrlmmaca . waa held flrat aaalnst the wet-aba and then asaLnat lb* freshmen. who aie prtrolns for the ra*e with the V. P. I: f reanmen on Lambeth field neat Saturday. AftiMt the acruba the flrat traratty had little trouble In coins orward. out prosreaa waa alow asalnat the heavy flratyear line. It ?av only when the freshman rerutara had been replaced by subs that Cameron. Olbeon. Walp and Little, who were then In the varalty backfleld...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 26 October 1922

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