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10, 1930. Britain. Lets Him Talk Scotland Yard Eyes— But Doesii'l Squelch—Sir Oswald Mosley By MILTON BRONNI-ll NKA iietvlco Kiafl Correspondent LONDON, Nov. lO.-Elisland's Jurnplng-Joluujy, Sir Oswald Mosley, wlio Has changed his politics more •cftcn llian some men nimnuc their shirts, is still being allowed to speak Ills mind, Mosley. nn admirer of N^lsm and Fascism, is today the bene- flelsiry of n tolerance that, Hitler 'ioiild not extend to a German nor • Muss:)Ini to an Italian. Though Moslem's country Is engaged In n deadly war wltli Nazi- land, Mosley is permitted hl$ howling dervish net of attacking the government and demanding peace negotiations. He is also permitted to publish his weekly hair-tearinc sheet—"Action." | Hails I'dKlral Merry-Ga-'Houml ! P:r one who is comparatively young—only -J3—Mosley has boxed the compass in his political beliefs; and (heir bounced back. Rich and heir to a baronetcy, with an honorable record as n scl- dler in tlic last war, like most or his class lie -entered politics as a rigid Tory and was duly elected to Parliament. With an abundant girt of gal) and even more self-confidence, he' was a young-man-in-a-hurry. He wculd not, stay hitched. He became :i sort of Independent Tory. Then one fine day lie dirt the flying trapeze act and landed squarely in the Labor party. > The young aristocrat kepi a sort of salon for the Socialists. He became the fair-haired b:y of Labor Prime Minister Ramsay McDonald, who made hie Chancellor * ,thc Duchy of Lancaster, thereby' creating many heartburnings because lie jumped his Oswald over tlie heads of many men who had grown grizzled in the service or their party. But, once more M:sley did not' stay hitched. He left the Labor parly and started his own party. This olccl of malnutrition. But- Mosley MS not idle for long. He created his own British Union of Fascists. It was largely imitative. Prom, the Fascists of Italy it took the black shirt. From Hitler it took the salute and the theatrical meeting at which all the limelights arc flooded on Moslev when he ccines on tlie stage to speak.. v From''.Hitler, too, it tool: thi> idea of a corps of hefty young men to act as guards inside the meeting hall. From Hitler it lock its anti-Semitism and sent its sophomoric speakers down into London's East End where trouble was often started. !. Mosley Wants to Slop Ihc War Tlie uar has not stepped Mosley. He has now started a stop-the-war campaign. His thesis is that neither the people nor Parliament were really consulted. He wants n plebiscite on th2 war. His paper screams It in every edition. It proclaims Hint the great Oswald is the leader who can give the British people peace and security. One of his staff speakers said in b:ld tones: "British Union is tbr, voice of (ARK.)' COU1UER. NRW8 Filipino Labor Wins Majority of Disputes MANILA, P. I. (UP)-LnDoVlian won the vast majority of its'ills- pulcs wllh employers under President Manuel L. Quezon's "Social Justice" program tills year, according (o a report released by the 1'hlllpplm's Department, of Labor. With Die cncoiiWBcmenl of Ihc Philippine government, laborers Ihls year liave obtained legislation providing for nn elftht hour working ctny'imd n minimum dully wage of one peso (SO U. S. cents). Those Increases have Mjinulnted n slini-p «nin In Jalior unions. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Pri«» Kirby Drug Stores <'»>!; (o (he Department of . <n Mrlkc.s niiil labor .disputes Involving, iSftw ivbi-kw,- were i-o-hloi-cd during tlic first linlf of ;r,:w. sixty'cf the caws vcro settled in favor of the Inbor- eVs, fiu> in f,, VOl . or (.mpioym, I lie ivmalnin fi y> disputes were suumuioii to die court, of industrial llt'latinns nfler Ihc Depurt- iiient nr utior fulled to effect conciliation PA'GE THfiEl mm ms iiuzm tvmiim BUY OR it urn unuKd P , S (|», fa «, WM I ,.„„(„„ .. . II upUi, It ?REE .lib to, ,.*,, «ll «l lilt Hot linn ritaidlw c( prli,, MOD COOKS > IKI ho JWTTHH CAKKS with FASHION STRIKES A NEW NOTE... Sir Oswald Mosicy says a fislful. the people. Mosley is their leader and no power on earth can blackout the voice of Mosley and peace." Maybe so. Bui at the la»l meeting he held, Scotland Yard was alleged to have had shorthand writers there taking notes of the speeches made. If some day the Home Office decides that such va- porings are not wanted in wa;-- time, ihere will be a blackout with a Big B. As a tail-piece to (lie above, here is a qu;t«tion from a London daily newspaper: "In Fetter Lane there -.vas a Fascist bookshop devoled lo the outpourings of Sir Oswald Mosley. They suddenly folded up the other day and disappeared with all their ranting paraphernalia. This shop is new occupied by a firm lhat specializes in decontamination suits. We make no comment, but'we just thought you would like to know." . , ~^To Hold Box Supper At Shady Grove School Elephants have been known to live to an age of 120 years. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICK ASA WBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Alberta Dees. Plaintiff, vs. No. 1079 Charles Decs. Defendant IVAKNIN'R ORDER The Defendant, Charles Dees, is warned lo appear in the Chancery Court, for the chlcknsawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Alberta Dees. Witness my hand hs Clerk of said Court,, and Ihc seal thereof on this the 16th day of November, lUo9, HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Elizabeth Blythe, D C. G. W. Barham, Ally for PUT. J. Grahnin Sudbury, Ally. • A d Lltcm ' 10-23-30-7 Accompanied by PATENT . 1 Sleek black gabardine highlighted ,wi(h iialcnl in the flash of a heel or toe, Hie Kleam o[ a vampl Only 1.98. New Elasticized GABARDINE . .. Clinging eirdle-fill High-riding stcpins (hat hug your instep . . . trimmed with patent or smooth calf I Daly 2,98. There will be a bos supper and entertainment at the Shady Grove .school, south of Manila, Friday niijht at seven o'clock, it was announced lotlay. I The program will be presented by the school students. 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P^k^e ';.::.;„.:..:., . E a 7c PICKLES Green Beauty Sour or Dill,.., '..-.. :•,'•'., ' Quart 13c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI Snow White Long Cut 2 for CRACKERS Fresh and! Crispy IZIH^tVfio- .OATS Crystal Wedding Large Box With Crystal Ware !: I.LL;:1 Ea. ZOc ALCOHOL Rubbing Compound '. : ., }. v : pj^ \Q C COFFEE, Jack Sprat, Y OUR.first taste ex.: plains why so many arc switching to smoolli, rich-tasting BoUoms Up. The' generous, s lo'w mash way it is made explains why it is the finest possible-whisky .-it ilic price. BROW».rORM<N DISriUEBr COMPANY iNcosposmo AtLeatwin3...1aXentjtl;... 5)^ jj^j KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKV $ PINT I SCLBERNAGLE Little Rock, UALlYJ»ROqUCT ' COMPANY'," Exclude DWrtbiitora for Artaiiw Tine BtutT, Dcmolt, Fort Smltt, The Coffee Yon Hnvc ,,^ For; Percolator or Drip; \ M5LK ; Large Only "Swiss" '. .3 Cans^lSe' PEARSRosedale"Halves in Syrup No. 2J Can " "•-' V- '^F a l8 c SOAP P and G Giant White Bars ; •? t' \ u GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless Size 54 ....~ ':~. "T" Ea 5c APPLES Pelicious Extra Fancy 88 Size ' 2 for 5c COFFEE Maxwell House Reg, or Drip 1 Lb. Can 26c CHILLI, Carton and a Can of Beans, Evereood . |4o PORK ROAST Shoulder Lb. 16c LARD Loose Pure Lb. 9c LARD 4 Lb. Bucket Pure 40c D. S, JOWL MEAT Lb. 8c HAMS Half or Whole Lb. 21 c BEEF.ROAST Best Grade Lb: 23c HAMS Picnic 4 to 6 Lb. Avg. Lb. 19c BACON Wilson I Lb. Box 27c BUTTER Brookfield Lb. 33c BACON Sliced rind off Krey's Lb. 22c . We Deliver 104 S. Division Street Phone 184 C. L. NABEUS GROCERY & MARKET Fri.-Sat.-Mon., Nov. 17, 18, 20 "01VNK» AND OMUIATKI) 11V TUB KilOOBI! GHOCKHV ' * G COMPANY No Limit D. 1, Jowl, Butts ib Regular, Ib. WIEKEBS ST, Ib. . . . 19c Cold.' Dulsy, )l>. . . . 28c f-ivcf Titlls, II). !, Ib. . 19c I'urc Meal ' LI), $, Ib.. .. 19c HENS Home ' Killed, Lb. PICNIC HAiMK, SwifCw Circle S I'o uiul 19 C NEW MINCEMEAT Ib. 15c , Ib,. 25c Morrel's Pride Half or Whole Jb. 19c Selection of Sea Foods & Fresh Fish Standard, Pint 25c New Crop Kull-o-ftlllk, KII. 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