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4,- 11"-it:AAN q", twon:,.47,?. ,P?,;'47TT.. SOVIETS ATTACK PLANS To FEED THEIR STARVING Famine Proof Offered by Vienna Aid Official. BY WILLARD EDWARDS. (Chicago Tribune Press Service. New York, July 14. Special Rather than admit the existence of a widespread famine in Russia with its attendant implication of a foundering government, the Soviet union. it was disclosed today, is waging a bitter warfare against plans in this country and others to save millions of Russians from starvation. Alexander Troyanovsky, the Soviet ambassador to the United States, has played i loading part in this cans nalgrt Or denial. It was revealed. lie has declared stoutly that " there is no starvation in Russia today and bacii:ed this up with the assertion that organizations formed to relieve the famine are - intent on discrediting the Soviet union and seeking Co stir up feeling against the republic." Here's the Answer. In contradiction to this statement, Dr. Ewald Ammende, secretary of the "Vienna aid committee. today released a flood of facts and figures divulging the vast extent of the destitution in Russia today. lie offered proof that not less than 5 million persons starved to death in the Soviet union in 19:11 with all indications pointing to ao even greater disaster this year. 'Ili-revving to the Soviet ambassadors statement. Dr. Ammende commented: The Vienna aid committee. organized to save the lives or millions from starvation in Russia. has been attacked by Ambassador Troyanovshy as seeking to discredit- the Soviet -onion. This is entirely erroneous. ri he sole ;Om of the committee is to help the destitute inhabitants or -Pussia in the new famine Which is evil:it-fie. The committee is not anpenling for funds in the Coned States but simply wishes to :Acquaint t tic public with the facts concerning the present ca Last rophe lit the So iet 1 tlion. liVp are convinced that the Sovit L government will yet change its 'virns On the intestioil teiiChing Calls 5 4iflhin stimate Low. The estimate of Ci million persons who perished last year of hunger in i4oath Russia is a conservative One, D. Ammende declared. Several le place the number of deaths at 8 or even 10 millions. he revealed. " All I his fact s a re con firmed by vfl rions foreign eyewitnesses," he said. "The correspondent of the Jewish Forward or New York states that 40 per cent of the Jewish powilation in White Russia and the tTiraine died of starvation. The German aid committee reports that 140,000 of the 1,000.- tie Germans north of Caucasus and in the Volga district died of lack of food. " The 3,loscow correspondent of thel Manchester Guardian reported that the population decreased by 10 to I per cent in various loealities in south Russia. A correspondent of the independent Vienna newspaper Neu e- Freie Pcesse, Nvhich is friendly toward the Soviet Uri inT1, wrote that As many victims as in a great war died last year starvation." Exported Grain During Famine. Perhaps the most tragic feature of the famine was the fact that the Soviet oYcrnment exported at the height of the famine more than 1.700,- Inn bushels Of grain, Dr. Armlet-1de revealed. "This t,: course," he pointed oni. " I o tw000rA :orPign currency, nees.',tir-,,- for the purchases which the So's iet made: abroad. There is rio doubt whatsoever I hat the grain in Avilich was exported would have savrd the ihes of a few millions of illiie Their leves wcre not only not !iaved bpi; i :s siili heint,' denied that there ww,, a 1 mine - in the districts fulicerttoL "The famine is nol, a iz;;.--iiizr ieel detii; Ammende declared, "hut a ruudamentli in tore and cattle breeding.- The Soviet government's oNva lion May 27 in increasing the fp ice oC bread b 100 per cent confirms the prediction that even grealee famine confronts Tiissia lids year. Pr. Amniende pointed out. Expect Poor 1l'arve4 This Year. " The Soviet decree stated that this nieasore had been taken ' in anticipation Or a poor lin rt est ijII I 11 he droilth in the '4-mllirtal areas.'" lie re-, marked. ",ln iPNV or tins. it must be feared that the catastrophe this ycar Ina y lake on alinost,unimaOnable dimensions. , "There :thew-iv this year a scarcity of lociel ht ,Russia. even in itiP towns. Sinteulation has already begun in bread prices. Renotts 'have been received lately that the 1.-aitternmeal buying la rge (want it les of grain abroad. The government has admitted the deslruction of a part or this Near'5 rpp if tbe famine al tains. such proportions as it did in 1533. when there was a, fairly p,e)od. - ern p. what most, exteut b ilds year with a meager crop?" Ti ni Vienna a id comm it ee was formed in view of these facts to aid the ancrerin -millions in - Russia, Dr. A mmende said. r1ji a rdi naba re bishop of 'Vienna, Pr. linnitzer, 'is president r the organia1ion. (Oiler officials include Dr. Erich Stnekl. head o 1liQ Protestant church in Vienna. and Dr. D. Feuchtwtatig, thief rabbi of 'Vienna. It J4 strictly a nonde1tomi1)stio1.al. organizatioa, Dr. Antmende stressed,. Arrived recently in the United States to acquaint America with the emergency i1 Russia, Dr. Arnmende Was amazed, lie said, at the attack levided against hint by Ambassador Troyasiovsky and tattier representatives of the soviet Union. 134 Mi. Speed Wins Britishit King's Cup Airplane Racell HATFIELD, Hertfordshire, England, t July 14.--(LP)-11. M. Schofield, pilot- ing a monospar plane, today won the king's cup in Great Britain's annual 1 aviation speed contest. Schofield flew i bix times around the 25-mile course at 1 134.16 miles an hour. ' Thomas Rose, piloting a Miles Hawk, finished second, A while L. Lipton was third in his De t:. Havilland Moth. Originally there AvzTe 4 t entrants, but elimination9 reduced ,f I ho number nt ioinpetitors to ten. I 4r".:-.kr",:-4, 1.1 4 ,0 Bottle Hurled a Queen Mary (left) and King George (center) appearing as interested spectators 'recently at the Wimbledon tennis championships. Yesterday a bottle was thrown at the ruling couple as they motored through the village of Harthill, England, on their return trip to Holyrood palace from the races at Hamilton Park. They were unhurt in the urprecedented attack. Avme Photo. , Ti GIRL WITNESS IN FILM TRIAL IS FOUND DAZED Left After a Threat to Kill Herself. (Picture on page 10.) I Py Uje AsAwiaied Press.) I Los Angeles, July 14.--(41)June De-long was found tonight wandering along Western avenue between Ninth and Tenth streets in a dazed condition. ::;11,0 wils found by Nellise Child, a writer awl of ao automobile Fra n rd. who definitely ideal ineu her ;IA tilisitig state's v., it ot SS 1;1 tilt' " MrOtid tiltwals :Ma Mite Ta hen Poison. Miss De long, Gerard said, gave every- indication of having taken poison itt an ;I tICInpt to commit suit-ide, as she had indicated she planned 1(1:t iI hcr anai t. incnt when .no disappeared snortly before noon today. Gerard and his wife immediately stated for the tlistrict atatorney's offie with Miss Df.tong. '11c, poirO: NVII'lP is De long was found is within a block of her former residence, where she was living at the time of the afidged " lid party " in which she has testified Dave Allen and Gloria Marsh participated with her. Allen, former head of the Central Casting corporation, Hollywood agency Nth ic h handles the 17,000 extra film players of the motion picture capital for the : various studios, and Miss Marsh, film extra. are Oil trial here charged with violating a, statute per tattling to the public morals. Sorry for Friends. Miss Delong told Gerard, he said, 6he ran away from her apartment and the surveillance" of a police worran because Gloria, Marsh, the defendant in the morals trial. was in trouble, and I felt so sorry for her." ' Miss Delong collapsed in the back seat of Gerard's car en mine to the district attorney's office. She 'could not talk coherently. The owner of " the most photographed hands in Hollywood" disappeared from her Hollywood apartment this morning 'while Miss Marjorie Fairchild, member of the district aaornevis star of investigators. was abJent for 1:i minutes breakfasting. Miss I'airchild returned to the apartment to find the state's witness gone : Had a ambiing, tear stained note on tafie indicating Miss Delong planned to commit sivide. T. k. July 14.--(1P)--Boliial Cors i.jiti heat back Paraguayan attacks it the Canada Chile sector of the t ;ran I Itaco, the high command a El tumneen today, "..Nt 9:.l0 a. tn. yesterday." its communique s;:1'.ht, "our troops of the Third dit'ision repelled n, ','..;ticong enemy thrust. ca nada Chile $;ector lire from Lolitatt kttieTirft forcing. ,I'ara!:,,11,-Iy6 trom,:, to abandon thcir " The enemy left 71' dead on the field ur battle, aJoong them two officers. Three teachineguns band grenades, Fines, pit,' other munitions NV ere canto red, ".Al Iaii lu Uwe sectors wert:t imensitY. What a variety of meat values to choose fromevery one of fresh, wholesome quality that gives you the needed summer energy. National Look for the Harding brand stamped on this beefand, know it's the same brider,, Navel juicy Corned Beef for which Harding's restaurants a r e (bone in) famous Enjoy it with plenty of frPsh cabbage. Also on sale. Nice sliced cold. Try These Grilled Together Calves' Liver Genuinefresh anceule tender 29c lb. Sliced Bacon Je lke's Pure Margarine Boneless Brisket zikz,"- &J.re , THE COMPLETE MONEY-SAVING FOOD DISTRIBUTION :SERVICE 4,tomeattamonsommi AN ITEMIZED CASH REGISTER RECEIPT - WITH EVERY PURCHAS-E vommia, '0 THE COMPLETE MONEY-SAVING voimilmoummormononn, FAMOUS BRANDED Rib' Lamb Chops, 33o lb' Lima Itide Loin' Lamb Chops, 39c lb Lamb Patties, 14o lb. . CL & Subs., July 16-1$ No. 2 cans Try Them in a Cool Salad AMERICAN HOME-RED Make delicious summer salads that are both refreshing and money-saving. Try stuffing solid tomatoes with kidney beans and celery. Waldorf Tissue !M2MOZ BOLIVIA CLAIMS I A NEW VICTORY ' IN GRAN CHACO Bricks and Bullets Twice Shatter Tavern's Windows 7talay 'looming scven n hurled if,-,.ks through the windows of Samuel SandliP'S tavern at 3101 Wentworth avenue. Sandlic replaced the glass, and early ' yesterday lay down on a cot behind the bar to see if the gang would return. It did, and tired a dozen shots t hrouh the windows, shattering the glass and bar fixtures. Rivalry atnoug neighborhond - tavern owners was blamed hy police for thp a aeLs. ""Itzwommti MANUFACTURERS i grm 1 fronarrito , Vi, -- -'.. IDon't nay more elsewhere when you can buy a Beautiful BRAND NEW Bohner Piano Accordion here for only $23 and also receive FREE COURSE OF PRIVATE LESSONS. , ....- ISuspect Seized I EDINBUIt(lif, ly bottle or a large as landed with a lowl pop behind the automobile in which iitg George and Queen Mary motored into Edinburgh late today. Authorities, who described the uecutrenee as a " sensational incident," seied a man who stood at the rear of a crowd watching the royal couple pas. lie was taken to the lliarthill police station, and it was understood he will appear in court Monday., The lang and queen were returning from the llantilton race course to Ifolyrood house here. A large force ot police lined both sides of the highway from the race track to the city. 'TWO NEAR DEATH AFTER KENTUCKY 1 'I ELECTION ROW 31auchester, Ky., July 14.--CPfTwo men were shot, both probably fatally, in a dispute today over whMlicr, one of their neighbors was legally qualified to vote for school trustee. Both men, Kelly Sams, and Hugh Spurlock, .10, were clerking at tht school election. Several men drew gitas and started tiring when the argument started. The shooting took place a I the Lang-don school house near fled Bird, on Bear creek, in a remote community in the southeastern Kentucky moun tains near the Tennessee and "Virginia state lines. Today's shooting recalled ati affray last year arising over a school election in which live men were killed, near Prestonburg, Ky. A week ago toCay, in Wolfe county, a man and his wife were killed after the man's cousin, a candidate for school trustee. called to patch up an old quarrel and solicit votes. The couple died instantly from shotgun wounds. REHERSALS FOR 'EPIC OF NATION' GET UNDERWAY The first dress rehersal of the Jewish pageant, "Epic of a Nation," to be given in Soldiers' 'field, July 29, will be conducted this afternoon at the Mcrrison hotel. The pageant, which wrii involve 5,000 participants, including- athletes, musicians, and dancers, will climax the celebration of Jewish community day. Eight hundred children will be included in a huge flag drill. They are being trained for their part in the event by Emil Gollubier of Jewish Peoples' institute. A chorus of 1)00, and a special picked choir of a dozen voices, : together with 'vast orehestra will form the musical background for the pageant. historic Jewish music will predominate. The entire drama will be conducted by Leo Kopp, widely known musical director. NAME CHICAGOAN1 AS SHAKESPEARE 7, THEATER'S HEADItitcrc IvaN Iowa City, la., ;tidy 14.---(,!1')---B.Iden j. yuP, Chica:-4o ShalespearcaP actor and director of the University of Iowa theater, has been appointed head of t he Shakespeare Memorial t heater, Stratford-on-Avon, it was announced here today. he will conclude his summer work at the university with the production or "41ymbeline" tomorrow night and two other plays in August and will assume his new position Dec. 1. . . Payne was born in Newcastle, England, in 1881, and began his theatrical ca ITP1' at the Theater Hoyal, Worcester, at he age or 18. Ile played various S7Itakespeare róles in England before coming to this country twenty years wgo. , SHOT IN BAND WIFE. James Manuel, 31 years old, was shot In th,t left hand last night by his wife, Adele, 99 years old. in their home at 4192 Wentworth avenue. Ars. Manuel told the Stock-Yams police that their quarrel developed alter her hushand struck his stepdaughter, Fran,., 14 yoRrg old. IMMalimPIN lilum..10MOPM.MMft DISPOSAL HOUSE mem - corileisnoira PP ' $ 30-D-AYS"-1111-AL With Exchange Privilege Brand New Hohner PIANO ACCORDION Reduced to Including a Course of FREE Private Lessons ITerms 50c a Week 4r3li Manufacturers Disposal House 223 So, Wabash Ave.- 4Zejl. tniii Irk a 101Ad. CHICA GO SUNDAY KILLS ROBBER, ROUTS 3 OTHERS IN GUN BATTLE lieernaa Arthur Franz of the Chieago avenue station last night shot and killed 011P , j t )11 r robbers wilt) : I ried to hold ttp : ;.0 1LIemb1 s or : the Bakers and '.;, 7'.-0116-7:'- 1. Confectioners National union No. rk.,::t 2 in their head-Iv Quarters at 220 P ):1 'W est Oak street. : h e other three bandits fled. : ;reY-; The slain man , - 4.0 , was iden , tified ' tk : at the e o n t y t . - morgue early to- d a y as Edward : , Hula, .15 years old, :-:' - . 1414 South Crawford avenue. The poul.,Em' identification was FRANz. made by his widow, 'Patricia. The union members had gathered to deposit funds for their benefit association and 1,509 was in a safe at one end of the headquarters hall when the bandits appeared. Policeman Franz, W110 was detailed to the meeting, was sitting near thr3 safe, which is across the room from where the bandits enteed. , Seeing the policeman, they opened fire but missed him. Policeman VranZ emptied his gun across the 60 foot distance to the entrance, striking Hula, who staggered to the street, where' he died. - , , The robbers 7abandoned an automobile which they had left Standing-outside the door. The car,- believed to have been stolen, had the license 11111Th ber 763-259. The police were tracing its ownership early today.. FIVE ROBBERS IN SEDAN HOLD UP FIVE STORES Five men traveling in a sedan last night held up five chain stores on -tin northwest :Ada, obtaining a total tir $750 The stores and the amounts stolen were: A Kroger Consumers store, 5917 Irving Park boulevard, $220; a National Tea store, 4125 North Maplewood avenue, $80; a grocery at 6011 Diversey boulevard, $125; a National Tea store, 4105 Montrose aye-pile, $25, and a Kresge store, 2158 Lincoln avenue, MO. FOUR SHABBONA STORES ROBBED. Shahhona, JU., June 14(SneciaLlRohhers lag!, night, entered the, C. P. Hallam drug', mere, the t!. A. Moor eonfeetionerY, the Fred Lane pool hail, and the C. L. 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LONDON, July 14.--rFascism, Naziism, black shirtism or what have you has gone into the distard in Great Britain as a result of public horror at the German blood bath. Consequently the Fascist movement of Sir Oswald Mosley, which was never much more than a bad joke, is now not even that. People don't laugh at something that is dying. Before June 30 -Mosley was carrying on an extensive campaign through, out the country. He spoke practically Solid crisp head& SticA 'la ill Tomato Juice Corned Beef totted Meats CALLS WIFE A NITWIT 'DURING BRIDGE GAME; SHE WINS A DIVORCE St. ,Louis, Mo., July 14.---M--A husband's privilege does not extend to calling his wife " nitwit " because her bridge game is below par, Circuit Court Judge Fred Hoffmeister, ruled in a divorce suit today. r : , , He granted Mrs.- Lucille Ginsburg; wife of a clothier,. restoration 0f her maiden name and, $100 a month alimony after Mrs. Ginsburg testified her husband, irritated during a, bridge game, threw down his cards and called her a " nit-wit, a, fool, idiot." Gins, burg did not contest. the suit. every, night in some- provincial town and pbtained considerable publicity. Since June ZO he has continued his speeches,, but has, been ignored by the newspapers.. Even his audiences have dwindled to a vanishing Point. Calls Oa " Great Rally.'!' The -campaign' vas to , have,' culminated in a gigantic rally Aug.' 5 in White City,a great exhibition ground Mosley -boasted- he would- have ari audience of 50,000 people. Today it w:A?,"',7Pot; SUMMER sRLABTAST Pest Toosties , oh Berries end Cream Poached Eggs Broiled Bacon tutteredloost LI Coffee SLIMMtit' LtrArcacoAt Hot lootHoo , Stuffed? omato Saiad Sandwich Spread iSandwiches Chilied Cantaloupe iced Tee lee.t..ft r MinA 13'11 4:111- I SUIVadira Olives Sweet Giverkins liceod and Outtet Sandykilts Assorted Cold Meats potato Salad Stuffad Eggs Cook 1s Root lest Sale of California Valencia Oranges AND THE SEASON'S riNa.,-r FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CALIFORNIA VALENCIA rIN relltkti 'fp 4 Liston In: WEBM 1115 A.M. Daily except Sunday. AIED WCFL 8:15 P. M. Mon., Thurs. and Fri.., National Tea Food Flashes. 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In' Hyde Park- the police will be in charge, and Mosley's black shirt huskies will not be able to beat up interrupters as at the Olympia meeting recently. It is ,also more than, likely that the police- will be called Upon to protect the ,Black Shirts .rather, than throw out:interrupters. It also is Significant that Mosley , has not, applied , for permission to erect speakers' ,stands in the park., All he has requested is to be allowed, to, bring , one truck into the park.' It is presumed,. he will speak trom tpis, vehicle, Not even a permit for - loud speakers has been requeSted. 4 : Loses Taber's Backing. Ostensibly,, the' reason for canceling the Whi.te city ' meeting 'is that it might interfere ,with a sports meeting here one day before and one day after the Mosley Tally, but Gen. Alfred C. Critchley, chief of the 4 company operating White' City, denies that he asked for its cancelation.. 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July 16-1S , ing a monospar plane, today won the i 4 woo -,-,.::-.. 0 i ,,, ',''' ,''-', I. i i Including a Course of ' it 1 I Incorporated colored roll king's cup in Great Britain's annual FREE Private A A , N , 14cal . .,. .:, ,--,-f, :,-,' ';', "or aviation speed contest. Schofield flew i .-1.,,, 4,.' 1 4,4, , mail orders well serviced 14:!1 RA A e.- Lessons i t WI ' t t,1 A 1 0 Al L six times around the 25-mile course at I Don't nay more elsewhere when you can buy a ' Mandel' e Shoe ClinicFilth Floot--Stote. ' , ps , ., y (le 134.16 miles an hour. Thomas Rose, Beautiful BRAND NEW Bohner Piano Amu'. ' ,.' 1ft i ., ' '1.411 -' amik.,, ,,...x 'h... ..) . - ' ' k..,,..o --.,e --- 0 ; 1 l ' ,-,-.,--0-4---- - 414",,-s:,..A 1 0 0 D .,1 . 1,144..p:S ellen here ter only $23 and else receive FREE I Terms 50c a Week L A s - Piloting a Mlles Hawk, finished second, ' I COURSE OF PRIVATE LESSONS. rva void) IF t Er 0-nurr while L. Lipton was third in his De 14.1 Manufacturers Disposal llouse iavilland Moth. Oiiginally ther wrT a stor e e .,-- .1 e of youth a store of fashion - - 4 0 E 9 THE COMPLETE MONEY-SAVING FOOD DISTRIBUTION:LammERVmmmICE re uce mt ! 00 entrants, but eliminationg dd f 1 223 e .3o. Wabash Pen M".. Tues. and I- a store of moderate price -...----.- -..a..,..-- the number ot competitors to ten. -1 a Wed. Unlit 9 P. LC ,J AN Iy,EMiZED ,CASH..,:REGIS,TER RECEIPI WITH EVERY PURCHAS-E i 'A'. 4 - $, '.- t 0- .,: , ' ',---- , t , , ., , .-t,...- 4, - . He, granted Mrs. Lucille Ginsburg; I be allowed, to.. bring 0ne - truck into I wife of a clothier, restoration of het the -parlt..! It -.is ptesumed, he will s :s , : ,:. , -. ,K. .1 i ,g t . ' ' ' :- , '',i'6: '.':': e -1 ' .' - : - .,. , . . . , . . ' ' - ' . ' ' ' Black Shirt Movement Isl ?:::,,-:- :: 1 : ,:.,-,!it le: '. : it ..:... :' -: . 7 - . . .. maiden name and, $100 :. a month . ali- speak ;from. tbiaorehicle, Not even a k A . i', :; ! . .',..'.;;:::.'4.,'.'-'--s; .:..:"Ak' 'II T he A I d fa t ., , it ' .14, t..0. .. .;',' ' ', r, - . - - .., . t . after Mrs . Ginsburg testified he p ,..,.,. . & ''' i : - ern-,;speakers has been re- .:,:...-. ,1,--..,..,' ft-::- :':::----.:f-.,,:' i'.,t f . ' ,,, .....: 4c -: ,.-' ''''-- s !, ,,,et,f , z .-.4 . . -:..,- 1 mony a . ... . ..-.' 1 '''. . Dying Out husband irritated during a b - , ridge , , "-:" ,- ( - : ',' ,.... '--4 l' '1 ' - - quested.: , , .; . : : , ; ; 1-'-'4'''..!:' l'..',::,-;,.,--(.'-',..-,: Health ;, , ,, . .,-; ' - ,, ....e . 0 ,-, s? ,., , 6- , 7,, , ,- , . . game, threw down his cards and called : , - .Lose's Taber's Backing. .. F f., 1, ,'' ,-....,,! '1 s,r, i e .1- .,. ,,,t ' , her a nit it a, fool, idiot" Gins, - '' ''' ...",,"'' , .2 ' ,, .. -4 :- , - ,Z- '4...-V. '- ' ' i A V.::;-,,:' ',. , ':,- "'-',, and Beauty . t..P;',..(s.:;;:".,,,,,i,:....,...;1-. ,..7:.,-. ,s74,.:7,.., .....c-ril. St - . . Ostensiblyi, the:reason for canceling , .. .,...,-,.., --:;-. -, ,..-4 ':'-- : '--- ',- , ,,,, ,'-::,! - - . .,- ,, ,-,,- ,,:' '' , -: ' - 1:,,-F-a - '. '.. ' '''. 7 ' ' b in,' did not contest the suit . ' ''' A BI JOHN STEELE. - 1- ,-, . the While city . meeting is that it -e I r Li-ti.:,i.i..,4-..,',..i.4.4,.i,,,,J 1 -- )k' -0, ' :s-, '. ' ,-- - of s, ' -- ; - , ''..t. s. ,,,,, , , -. '--, I rebiengo Tribune Press Servire.1 might interfere ,with a sports meet- . 11 - ',''':,, t,,,,' - -I; ,''"'st,. ' .' a ''''kaz, k'.-, ,i' ,' . Be sure to hear M. Robare (health i. . "", , 'i , ,I :i e , -: - ,t, A ..,,,,- - , Is , - - , , , , '., z . .....- , , .,,,...;-,,,,,,,-- . , f , A LONDON, July 1.4.--rFascism, Nazi- - --,-- ing here one day before and one day night in some provincial town exponent. lecturer, traveler. and ' ''.' "" .- ' ' '!' ''. ' I, 4 .,-, .! ,z , , a., a , ', ,,, ,--- ,- ,.,,,. . ..5,- ,..1C.e' ;;:, , ' 4'1' I - 4- eeery after the Mosley Tally but Gen Alfred ' a P 4 ism, black slurtism or wha, have you , . 1. . t) t . is revelations . n " - :'-.:' ---t ' ' e , , '' P" ,' :' '--. ,-': ,- 7 '--- -' - 4'. .. . -', . :' ,T',.::'' and obtained considerable publicty . i. linguist) present nad '''''' '' 7 has one into the distard in Great : ,. , his C. Critchley, chief of the, company , ' ' ''''r ',' ' - f''' ' .', ' ? '--s i' - ',,i ..,:- 'i : -.;,.:i.,, ?...-:4,4 14',-1, ' ,!!"..',, g . . Since June a0 he has continued ni onstrations on the fundamen- ' ' ''''' ' )4' ''" '' ' ' , .,. , ... ,,,,' 4 -," 'sO - ' ,,. , le te'"' 2 Britain as a result of public horror at ' operating White- City, denies that he 'elm f h ea s s. f of s dh and beauty. ,1 ,.. - -' .,'''' ,i s': .4 ,",.. ,,I, ' - ' ) . ; 1.? ' ' ";- A' '''''''' ' - 2 ke ' Y the German blood bath. Consequently asked for its cancelation. - ALL WEEKMAIN FLOOR, STATE ,, -.,, -is . ' ; . . . , . : t e .- st,, -- t ,- ., -,?,, speeche but ha been ignored by ,,,- s;,,, -..." i ', , ! -., !,-,, a As- .- -,..&. : 't, : , I ,,,, ., kt , 4 ,, ,,,., -.,., 44; -..,..4 the Fascist movement of Sir Oswald the news''papers'... -Even his audiences Lord - Rothermere's Daily Mail, r .4 - - ,,,, ,i have dwindled to a vanishing point. ', - ,f--r ) , - -- -: 1 -: - - , - -- - I , - 1:, ,- 3,,,,,,R,,, Mosley, which was never much more ' - ,, ; . which has been supporting Mosley and daellmilmagemmmalmilammil - - - - -, - ,. Calls Oa ' Great Rally.. , ., , , i I ,..1 , - ,. it . : i, , v .. : 1, t ,,i ,- '-',.., 1 . r?.., than a bad joke, is now not that . .. . . , attacl;ing parliamentary -institutions, . l ' , . ., -. 4- : S: 't ,, ' f ' ,i'''''' 11' '5' ''' 4- I: -,'"'' :' -c - " -'-' :. ot .."' .-: , ,,it'"::.,."- People don't laugh at something that "The -"campaign was to , haNe . culrni; has now gone fully constitutional, and , ' g' ,, qv .t . , 'tinmeiSubscribe for the Tribune . ,-,. b ,' .: . ' ' ) It ' ,, c'::''''.. t '',1 '. . . . ,, , Lit ''',,. :. '. ' i-,,,. ,, , is dying. , , nated in a gigantic rally: Aug.' -5 in the nack' Shirt leiaoder's Iihaimse ahardlys . ,Ya ' lt - ? I . tr.', - ' is4 1 :: '--- ;i .. - :t-' ',i-vt :.;,:rk . - ::- iff.f:'' -, - Before June 30 Mosley was carry. White City,a great exhibition ground, .recei.ves. any ! mention . 4-, . , .! i . .. , ,. ,.: 1. -,, -'4,-44 ' : ,,,,,,-4,00,..m.' :' ' '. '',,'''" ' . . e ''' ' . ' . . 4: ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' NZ : : ' ' , , , ' ' :: : ' . ' . ' . . ' 4, , , : ' ' s ' - ; : t ' - . 1 ' ing on an extenive campain through - ' ' ' , sg, Mosley - boasted-, he - would- have -:,an published it is tucked away in some ii,,',....,,,,,, s ' ' i ' - ' L:1 " - - ' '-'0 ....':.4- 0-- ,- r . '' ,, ' ..0.---4 """s:i If 4S:bi out the country. He spoke practically audience -of :50,000 people. 'roday it 'obscure 'corner. iv-,7,-4, "-, '!"-"or .1'.-71"'"'.." 4, '-i''''''''. rr',,H i, . : " . ' ' - ' ' - '--- 4,-,:x--- .1s ,-- '---- ' 44- iii":444 . . ...... . i k 4, r ' A-4 ; ..t s.. -4. ii,;,..;,.... ,i..,,,, ' '1, i lo. Ast N',4 .1: . . ' Ltg,,,,,,,,4 .":,va, 44 ,,i,t-,,,-''''':,-4:'-'.0 ? ::::- . : ''' :: : -: ..., - 41.fte.alt,11.14.1.0911110411.1.4.0...S.61P.ILIWW, AM ' " -00't t'vtrrtIt'Verrtle'Y'Ct"'"1.Pov; e:11r,Mcitz:o10,6,111 '2,...,-,qr !,,--.t.o-,..,-",...,,n 2 ,,..-!,.,,,.1,..,...., I )r Le re al s. of h1 r. o S. )d 1 1 1 1 1 1 'OT.ITTAI A Ni FRANZ. tricia. ad gathered to benefit associaa sale at one hall when the iceman Franz, .t meeting, was hich is across ( L he bandits en- diceman, thy Policcma n , across the 60 CABBJ ranee, striking , Solid cris to the street, , ng , :e e I - ..: - - - - 1 , , ., , , i , , , , , , - - ,- . .. , , . , '5P PART - 17---PlArat 7 , , IP'' ttl , - CHICA GO SITNDAY TRIBUNE . JULY 15.- , 1934. - - - - - T ' ' ' : .. , . . . . . , -.... ... .....111...1:1"1"11 ....C.A.:, S ... . ,-....... .......... i..... I 1 FASCISTS r........ was announced that the IN'hits City "110131Kosnilissimilmr. 11"Ironvet I --..............,.......-.,--------.......... rally has been abandoned. instead it . 1 v - , ', A TTI A n I , , 1 FEED SOVIETS 111111tilt I , Bottle Hurled at B . r e ' Britain's Ktttg and -Queen ".. ,. , ' ',BRITISH CALLS WIFE A NITWIT will be held in Hyde Park Sept 9. . -.0!') ell , - - , , ' DURING BRIDGE GAME; In' Hyde Park- the police will be in , grmahlARtsoadat, 114J- vemixotxtracti charge, and Mosley's black shirt ' '4 , fi.. , ,, k ,,,,,,, . , , ' ' RuitiED By . B 1110.....;110MEIMMInillinomilMMIMII.imEINEIMMIEMIIMMEMINMIIMM..........................,,,...,.., .........4..., ,... 0 ,,,.., ,,,r, .1 , I, 1 t huskies will not be able to beat SHE WINS A DIVORCE up ROBARE'S interrupters as at the Olympia zneet- ing recently. . t is also more thanlikely that the baSntd,,,slaporullysileAgloe. ly- 4 --lP- )----' Aiius- police '. will :be called Upon to protect Biliciddpilliu . , , BATH Itt 0E1111 ANY . . - tulhaet7xlaoc: g tlyS,hhiarsts .nrgatthaepr.p,,liteh.clai,iforthproewr. piely,,,,sz,,,..,,,,,,,,,,. .... . , , It t:Interrupters. It also is significant :--' ':':',' , ' 'i2 Lb. Pkg. 'dojeus not call.: : , I '''e HEIR STARVING , .,, b , ., . . ' 4 '. , :. . - . . ' r '''''' , ., i , P.,' K .,,1 -.... , '::, i . , , . . , , ' 4 F-,?.ito .4 ,,,..,, ..::--4-,,,,-z' , ., -4, s i -:: mg his ' wife "nitwit '',' because her op -, ', 1- , CM' .,,,-,-,,,,,,,, , ,, , , i .. ,., , . , , 4. , bridge game is below par, CircauitbCroidugret mission to erect speakers'. ,stands in a-i':,';' ,'-:-".. :,r..,,-..: , , Nitz il - .. -,: ,i : ;I- 4 ," . , ,',', A1 . Judge Fred Hoffmeistet ruled in a .cli., ,;'' vorce suit today. ' r : : , r Ait,11.:; 1.1ibesrilnipise,sorutarel:eudz;ehedke isiwnti 11;:,,i:'1.:!.;.',:::-,!tr-',..".:.:....cr:,- - r.,, CIIP 10 . . ,,,,,, 4 . He , granted Mrs., Lucille. Ginsburg- "':,',1?:' --:,,, -, - a ';', ', wife of a clothier,. restoration of her! .' '' . tbthlea: - Fame Proof Offered by -, 4-, :, ,4, ..1,, , i: , 4 . f i . 9.. ' ' 1:' . A . ..':. .. Black Shirt Movement Is ?:,.7,..... , :,.., y:,,, :...: .: ;from, thisjcvehicle, Not even a - . . , -. , ali- speak ';';-::!'::::.1- t' ::'::'.--,. : :...,,Itt. , :1 The Aid fa . ,., 4. ., 1 ,t.' , ii ' -14---,,,.1,4, . '..': maiden name and $100 a month : , ,, ,, - . for,loud-,;speakers has been re- ..:, -4o ft,:. :.:.:., , : ,... . ,, ; . 7, " , mony after Mrs. Ginsburg testified he permit, . i. " ' ) ,,14,,,-:. ''''-';,',:''', ,- - - !, ,,00. t: . ', 12z t-, : - ' Dying uut. . 1 husband, irritated during Vienna Aid Official. i,., :, ..., .4, ., .. . -,A!--:,:, .., :,:,,;, ,:,. , , , - --,:, .., . . . , , .4 ,,.... Health , . --, ; h ,. . ,-., ,4 , game, rw down ,his ards and ca clled Loses Paper s Bac , ,. . .. -, 0 4,,' . , '-, y- : -1 ,o ....i, - 'king . F E, 1 . .! é- ? - , , , the . , . , her a nit-wit; a fool, t." Gins, sr V - ';',- ,-- ' ., ''',,,, and Beauty . rn- A burg did not contest the suit. , 17,,.,...,,,.,, Ostensiblyi, the reason for canceling , :,. , : ., -..--- -;: --, ,,,,1 ,,, - .- , . -4' , , ' ,.i--, ''.';'- ! - ' ..-- ', '-'-' -,!: '''''- '', ,': ; ' ',. . :,'.t BY JOHN STEELE. - . BY WILLARD EDWARDS. ; . . i ,-,,,'...... ' ,,::;',;, , .- .'7..ri ,-4, ! ' ' , ... ,,. ., the While City . meeting Is that it Liiti.:,i-;,,,,,,i.,J ' F, ,,,z- V .14 . In" ' ' 0 -''' '''-' - -' '-- - 1 tetile,ago 'Tribune Press Service. might interfere ,with a sports meet- . (Chicago Tribune Press Service. t ,,e I ,,'',,,, . ,:,'''' :,t ., ''.'st ' -a 'k''li,:f 5 k....:? i' , v Be sure to hear M. Robare (health . . '. '' ,-11 .0',. -A .or:$,.' f, t , .... . i" ' t'tt .1'.. .-., ,,,,,e."si;-eler,,., v, -, , f ,,,,, rc .1 .. I town g Y LONDON, July 14.rFaseism, Nazi- . . - - --- in here one da before and one day New York, July 14. Special. , every night in some - own after the Mosley Tally but Gen Alfred exponent . lecturer, traveler. and , . ir -, .:-,- . t , , a , i s' - - , -",,- , , , , -,, If ', -.'i,' !:, ism black shirtism or what have you , f , ,i, ...., r'' li '' and obtained . considerable publicity. - linguist) present his revelations a Rather than admit the existence of a i: ,.. , . , s,., , .' ,,I,' . ,i- --. , ,....7 ,. ,?...,:, .1,1. .... .. , .,, 4 , . .,,.. ,,,i ,i,e.,, -, : -,..., '',.. ..,, Since d V.,', ... has gone into the discard in Great C. Critchley, chief of the, company nd ' June 39 he has continued his .. - . , demonstrations on the fundamen- opelating White City, denies at e i f health and beauty '' that h - , widespread famine in Russia with its .!,!;. ' ' .';' ' .;,!.-- ,,s,',,,, '- ' 3 ,'S,''':-..,,- 1, ii. ',t 4'4,1,, I, ,,,IR.,.- ' -- :-) - ' - ; , ,44,1::; -.... ,,,,,r'fr';'' -,,:,,4,j-,,,,- ,.,;,..5, ,:, ..r 1 Britain as a result o public horror at speec ,,.,,,,,,,,,..f hes but has been ignored by ., les o. , '' the German blood bath. Consequently asked for its cancelation.. - attendant implication of a foundering ,,;. , !I -, . '-.. -", - ... ,f '; 4 ,- e ,,,, .,,,,,s , -,,:4 - ., ,, ,k , ,,,,$, .,,:e ,,,,,, t,,, :7 el',A;:' 0:,,,, - ,,,, t , ..,, the newspapers. -Even his audiences ALL WEEKMAIN FLOOR, STATE z , - 1 ,,-- , , ,, - .. -.,-r' 14 , - , - . the Fascist movement of Sir Oswald , Lord - Rothermere's Daily Mail, government, th which has been supporting Mosley and e Soviet union, it was e f-- 4 - , 1 r,- z 1 , .- , 74 , , , ., have dwindled to a vanishing point . Calls OfT " Great Rally.'. , , ..11.1 - - .,.-' 1 ' .;.- .. A --'. - - l','.,,, 3.,', Mosley, which was never much more - , , , 00111.611111"1 - - -- ' ,,- disclosed today, is waging a bitter war- t , ,,,..: , t ''..' , , t I - 1 , , ':-., : ; '. : k, ' ' - . - 1 i -,,,' - :,-. --A-- 4 . A.,' than a bad joke, is now not even that attack-ing parliamentary -institutions - - i!- , :. ij ., p 1 , -, ' , w 4 A 4 . ,....1, , --T ,....-- S d-1.110P ,,es11111.17 nntl i e . . , . , .. , , 4 . , ,,, . 1,,, , . iS I -, .. ' ' ''' ' .. ., . . , A .::: ..,'',' i People don't laugh at something that 'The rcampaign vai to ; have ,' culini; has now gone fully constitutional, and : 4 u 'e sEL P, t ep: al al odlri ,k.v ,k1;-...d ,,, , . , , , . . ;. , 4,1 .1 az .1 al Ira Tt rt not;egt rr.11 I Sgla:-.1t .11;I:fILA recently at the plenty a fresh, wholeE zs they motored DO- , ' I. ' 1' qualily foods races at Ham- ost Zre'l LA t. itit ROZ C:41.1. 16.'4311 1 I kir: 1 A 4 have them here at Nati et s, s - - , '-' , loto.1 At'A otA6 () a.-4.104...1...moopose.roon , .......moom, for all your summer mi 14.'1' Ise yes' ------ - - - 0.00.'--- Our Fast Fresh Food 1 sloe. Isscdt'a ) - SUIVIMEr L , vivira ice rushes them to BRER 0 001 so 4-,,,,,-cAe woo' - sRtmsrl's - supic'tlic stores at the very pea z. looevosiofill. t frestineas.--and our eco DT HERS , usacoe w h ta 6: se et'' in Lif".1 11'1" 'ECorlei 07; olive s: 07: GIthoutensmrsketl ical distributing mei at s , sonavi.to make their prices ref BATT LE c: stsu:1,:trom 00,w , ingly low. it lo I varl of the Chi- tuttere sandw ead tate salad dyes S the World's Fair Be stuffad tgls asi. niAht bbot Coff de i See the Crowds Arrive ' , - ;vow ked Tee :11à to" r"ro:.-... - Broiled:1130 nwith sp, Cookitts Root lest yr. , le', ,,, , le ' 074 , 3t- 'p, c, i Lova Itimmos...IX a"Mat..8"OeteseAwewas al 111111"1111.1vP. cr., h, A, ..,,-06,16- ' ' ,,1 T' t. ..0Vakih;.'A -s tt 0 A t ' .1 . Sale of California Valencia Oranges ---t -9 '64 1:: ' N tt . Oe,!, c 1 -r:t , t ';;. AND THE SEASON'S riNEcT FRUITS AND VEGETABLES "Id, ld ' 1r , 4 ? ; 0 .,-- ,--7,,., CALIFORNIA VALENCIA - 4.,! .,.!,- ,,,,,,,,,,,..4-t,i A, v,t .0 . At I' . Doz: ,,,, . ,i C 1 , , ; - Alt . a ot , , juice size 1 , l' ,i c .. 7 to, , , ; . . '.k,-,,.;. -,. 41, I (252-288) 'riieram-ri .,........4 Daily except Surday. Aho ) , - Listen In: WEBM 1115 A.M. e ' and Fri..." National Tea Food WCFL 8:15 P. M. Mon.. Thnrs. DOZ. Flashes. Rich in juice and so flavorful for desserts, ' med. siza 29c igDe:Ti-ze 35 41 salads and your breakfast "pickup drink." (2oo-216) (150.176) ., 1 , POI:it-TM A Ni Fancy hie Wt alasasaaname FRA:s..Z. Full 1. c:)) ' 7 -, Patricia. 1 ort hsni nnihPrPd rtfri fin enk,q 'NERW Cobblers 15-lb. c ,,,,,,,,Ir ,e1 1146161 Af AC .71. , ,,. 4-tA 4,24:4,01 :17 i ,:..! r F to: , , A -.'-'''''-',--',, ; , , . ,, - 71; , 1 - - - - Ito tV74-I; IF- ,'-1 0 4 I -6- C ) - . ..t. -.,:ib'',i):-,,i; 1' I I 1 I ' '.''-f',N4'4. 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C tizers and for stuffing celery. 7221 IA-Pt p. r. 9 c ) I 1 1 1-1b. 2 etns. 25 ( Jelke's a; I I Goo Luc! Margarine jar jar 1 I I IN OUR 250 MEAT DEPTS. , I ,4s.1, I , , ! .. !.....,. , ...,..., . tt C ti 1 W & . What a variety of meat values to choose fromevery one of :-....,H.::4,-.",:'t, L , 1 .:;:,,,,-.. .:.4 ,,A , 1).) I 1 1,-. . i.r1 1! 11, ' tip S,.A , . i.' , fresh, wholesome quality that gives you the needed summer energy. - . E:,f,'.,c;u.'',,p.iis,::-:-.,. . -Iiik, ,,,,.- 1 , .,,k,,..-..,,,r.,,,,,,,..1.,:,.'A,,t .. . --... 1 0 C ' , ., :,;., ...:5,,, .:. -,.0.,-. ioe--t., ir , , , , - it so co ,,,.. rn- . : l't want to OA FAMOUS . , , . --''.'sg97,-,::::-ifr: Trkt-;-'si::6;':''......11eivf,filefaini 1 1 her shoe 'V 4! - 7 ; 41' 4 '' ' if:''' BRANDED . , - - !!-,1!, bbier, too, ! ! , , , , he thought ! Try T in a Cool Salad ow it away !, , --,- -, . ! . , mirit ,e could do a " . 1 lt:zi .4, . , w , 1 t 6:11 1 . , . ......:h RII.CM A4p; HOmot Aran no nu 4. - ,, ' - AM MERED any sh oc . n in t or7 L " -itOigiat' 'IMP" abal 111141 111611 Agasormie .1tAidalv NINO lotizik Bat arthal tal 1 I y Look for the Harding brand ,,,, stamped on this beefand know it's the same tinder,' - , 1 Navel ' Boneless ' C eans juicy Corned Beet for which s an s r Hardin g ' restaurants (bone in ) " Brisket 1 Make delicious summer salads that famous Enjoy it with are both refreshing and money- I 11 11 Irt - PP

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