The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri on January 24, 1921 · 9
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The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri · 9

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'N98 18-9 fie 3 N95 A8-9 I aii t Itt thAt sk-o- t- sie - ' dli 11 IIS 1 '?A' 101 '1 ' I z rif ' r 40' it Ill Pe-ii 01 ill J kilt' r v illat 1 RN A I 'i- i Mitli 6 Nitilla7 1r 1111111k t Itstiambl II tinsues ' 04 lomosip it Immo 'I I Anil 1 Clam a 111111 1 musk mar' 1 agio N914 )1 I V) 1 'N914 1 §9 611EFUGEES NEAR A CRISIS Iwo WEEKS WILL TELL FATE OF 130000 IN TURKEY - 1 CoxsTA !culverts Jan 23—One hun- t- dred and thirty thousand friendless homeless poverty-stricken refugees from 1 Crimea many of them diseased some A formerly soldiers of General Wrangel ' : I some civilians who had fled from soviet n domination are spreading the poison 1 of discontent and hatred along the banks 1 of the Bosporus 4 These refugees constitute today the treatest most delicate problem before -4 the allied nations And that is saying 34 much for the allies are confronted In ' the cockpit ot Europe—now shifted a'-‘roastward from the Balkans to Asia It T 41inor—with four other immediate prob- (lees burdened with disaster But the most pressing is that of these refugees ' MUSTAPHA KEMAL ANOTHER MENACE 1 t ' The second in importance is the ever bolder conduct of Mustanha Kemal The third Is the necessity of taking joint -' action on the Greek Irredentist &spine Pi tons Then there is the constantly in- creasing menace of the spirit of Bolshey- 6 ism and the clash of allied interests in the near East What Will happen to these refugees? i - Repatriation is impossible They would not go back if they could for they would ' be goine to almost certain death under the soviet dictatorship which they have : fled to escape They are starving and unclothed They are restless nervous apprehensive A hundred or more rather than face an uncertain future ' under the charitable arm of relief associations with the promise of a more or less precarious existence have chosen to "desert" and accept service in the legions of Mustapha Kemal the Turk WRANGLE'S MOPS ARE severs:mai Thirty thousand of Wrangel's troops are encamped at Gallipoli Twenty thousand more are at Tchaldja Seventeen - thousand are at Lemnosa twenty-five hundred have found quarters at Salonika Another thirty thousand are mattered through various parts of Greece and Tunis according to the American lied Cross Near Constantinople there are seven thousand civilians Hospital eases numler two thousand of whom the wife of Baron Wrangel a sufferer from typhus is one 1 Through all this horror there are stM ten thousand unaccounted for while confined to narrow cramped unsanitary 1 quarters on board filthy vessels anchored 1 In the Bosporus are five thousand more 'who fled with Wrangel from bolshevist 0 'as excesses in Crimea 7? Adding to the restiveness and fear is the impression caused by France's an- nouncement that after February 1 she g will refuse either to feed or support in ' any way these unfortunates Near Gaul-poll the announeement has created that consternation which is the forerunner t of panic Refugees recently attacked I ' their Senegalese guards killing twelve i 1 of them and wounding scores before they could be euelled by machine guns t4 REFUGEES RESIST DEPORTATION i Efforts to deport the refugees to Serbia or Rumania are resisted stubbornly - —and the Wrangelist soldiers openly threaten to mutiny if they are sent to Crimea which would he impossible anyway in view of the soviet government's stand Moscow feeling herself happily rid of trouble would rather see the 130000 foisted upon the allies as unruly wards The soviet wants to put on the entente the burden of feeding and caring for them and the soviet is especially desirous of seeing whether or not the allies can suppress the disorders partially due to the taint of bolshevism that runs through the former Wrangel army which is bound to increase everyday henceforth Wrangel the anti-bolsbevist leader is himself a virtual prisoner confined aboard the steamer Lucullus LACE OF resins HITS RELIEF In this situation the American Red Cross and the near East relief associations are doing their utmost to alleviate the suffering But they are handicapped for lack of funds and the fear that France will carry out her threat As it is they have no co-operation from entente officials According to Maj Claffin Davis a minimum of $25000 a day is required to feed the refugees Major Davis has left on a trip across the Caucasus to 1 investigate conditions regarding repatriation s Although the present sanitary condi tions are described as satisfactory the medical officers fear an outbreak possibly an epidemic of cholera or typhus in the spring They are endeavoring to forestall such an event with what care 1 they can take today of the weakened and diseased thousands thrust upon ' their limited facilities - CON STA NTINOPLE CITT or D REA O Constantinople—always a city of hr' znoll—is more than ever today a city of dread There is no employment for thousands Robberies and other crime on a vast scale make the city unsafe day and night The local population is suffering almost OR keenly as the unwanted guests Two and a half million of people are crowded into the narrow confines here and a natural result has been the skyrocketing of prices placing everything but the barest of existence above the means of all but the most affluent Within two weeks the refugee One tion will have reached its most dreadful aspect That is unless France reconsiders her decision to refuse salvage to the wreckage of Wrangel's war which she herself provoked and supported until its collapse The alternative is that Great Britain or America shall take over the responsibility of sustaining the burden and control over these refugees until normal conditions return If neither of these things happens the hunger-mad Russians will assuredly ' break from their concentration camps and flock to the armies of Mitstapha Kemal where they can at least be assured of food nod clothing And it is significant that Great Britain had hopes to use these very soldiers as mercenaries against the Turkish leader ik SOUR WAGPS smr vornur glEPEPORr ?ranee Has Decided to Quit reeding Wreckage of NArangcln War and at Rank to Muntapha lirmano Mar Result I IPMMEIMMINEMO ray of Workern lliock Return of Normet Price Level Prom the New York Item Id If the announcement is correct that after tho 221- per cent wage cut by the American NVeolen Company the pay is till double what it was before the war even though working hours are shorter the problem of industrial readjustment is not yet upon the edge of solution Priem Of textiles have come down they have comb down heavily Put ob viously if in F pito of high comis they are driven down by the irresistible pressure of the law of supply and demand rather Mut eased down by lower production costa the IIPVI prices are neither so sound nor so permanent as they should he to restore and maintain economic atability Prices of anything can come down anywhere at any time because thn bet-tom of the market falls out Put for prima to reach a normal level and stay it a tiOrtUrti level raw material wages and overhead emits must travel down the same hill by the some road to tho same journey'a end Otherwise the consuming public must stand prepared to be whipsawed again when the surplus P Ply has disappearNi and tho high pro durtion cost again determines the priee of an artiele in a market which eannot obtain enough of that commedity to satisfy the consumer's demand for it What workers as well es ether consumers with a limited purehatting pewor need more than anything else now is an adjusted wage to put less price which moans more value into what his or any other maa's dollar buys r000100MOMPIIIIEROMMIIMVOMPO !MCI PPO1011"'7' I r7-p 1111MIMMOMEININIVIVRIMPOI IIIMINIMIMMiMIWI MESIIIIMElli 6isinn MN MINI MIMIMM1 TM1 KANSAS CITY STAR MONDAY JANUARY 21 1921 We Bought 25000 Garments--the Entire Surplus of the Largest Manufacturer of Aprons in the United States Every One of Fine Quality Fast Color Gingham New Styles Best Workmanship! On Sale Beginning Tomorrow in the Immense Room Formerly Occupied by Toy land! The manufacturer of these goods has always sold to jobbers only—never to retailers Consequently -with most jobbers overstocked with high priced merchandise which was not selling it left this manufacturer with no outlet for his product He had to keep his four factories running and he made us a proposition if we could use 25000 garments We bought—at prices so low as to be ridiculous—at prices that bring you the greatest values in many years We could not buy goods of like qualities today at these prices—we doubt if an equal opportunity will ever occur again Every Apron and Dress of genuine fast color ginghams in beautiful patterns and colors Brand new spring sty les very carefully made Illustrations are taken from the garments—every one is exactly as pictured Thrifty women will buy in half dozen or dozen lots Scores of extra salespeople to serve you quickly PLEASE SI1013 AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE $5 and $6 Gingham Dresses Every One of Genuine Amoskeag Ginghams Every garment contains the Amoskeag Label Known the world over for its splendid wear and the fastness of its colors! Hundreds of patterns and color combinations —plaids of all kinds checks and plain colors trimmed with contrasting materials and white pique Sizes 36 to 46 A i $250 and $3 Gingham Aprons ‘ Every One of Fine Alone Are Worth Fast Color Gingham itr-- '-- I Much More Than the Price Good serviceable Aprons in the daint- fn Made-up Aprons of exactly the sem lest of styles—twenty-one styles each il lii n quality material and in the same styles Every One of Fine Fast Color Gingham Good serviceable Aprons in the daintiest of styles—twenty-one styles each in more than twelve patterns of material! Small checks all kinds of plaids and plain colors white self and contrasting trimmings Sizes 36 to 46 Out-of-Town Customers Should Order by Mail! Order by the numbers and prices shown beside the illustrations Or cut out the pictures Be sure you state size pattern and color preferred AND MAIL PROMPTLY Kansas City's Profit Sharing Store te1 I- anomonsummi Four Important Facts About This Big Sale! 111111111EMMIMMII IIIIIPOININEOM IMEINIMIEMI MMIMUNIVIIIIIIIII 1 25000 house Dresses and Aprons are included—the opportunity for select tion is unlimited—there are a great many styles in hundreds of patterns 2 Every garment is made of genu me fast color good quality Gingham 3 Styles are new—the designs that will be most popular this spring 4 Women will recognize these at once as the greatest bargains ever offered in high quality merchandise Jones'-111alnut St Second Floor IR All the New Spring Styles Beautifully Made Note the wonderful diversity of styles in the illustrations—over-blouse effects with sashes belted styles yoke styles with back and front fullness panel front and vest effects etc Long sleeves and various style necks and eollars 1 Made-up Aprons of exactly the same quality material and in the same styles sell regularly at $250 and $3 each! Serviceable fast color gingliams of known qualities selling regularly at 30e and 35e the yard! Sale Starts Tuesday at 9 A M Walnut Street Second Floor Sale will be held in our great room formerly occupied by Toy land—just South Df the house Dress Dept They will be dvided into lots according to size Plenty of extra salespeople—no wait ing! ittain Twelfth and Walnut Sts 111 ! f EES NEAR A CRISIS rm 4111EMPIIIIIIIIIP AESIIMMEIP 111111111111111011PPIWOMMUMNIONIMPIIIMPEOPIMMIMPPPID illEIMPRIMPIIIIIIIMISPINIMP1 ' 151)1 u i ' PEEKS WILL TELL FATE OF 130000 IN TURKEY 1 Ils i 1) '” ' (0 - ' j )g' t Ifas Decided to Quit reeding I ( kage of Wrangel' War aud ' jtnittitt S5 sbil 11002) (1) no ut cile '11 g gig I auk to Mustapha Iceman 4 ' n Mar Result --------- vine-Norm Jan 23-One dhum ' s1411 tk sl thirty thousand frienless V ft et e I poverty-stricken refugees from many of them diseased some - 1 f 'Z0) k- I 0!) ' soldiers of General Wrangel 'Riau who had fled from soviet tArAttrilttRISTSVJ? 1 led IR AWL ( ion are spreading the poison ttent and hatred along the banks ' t osporus refugees constitute today the 1 most delicate problem before :d nationsies a And re that confronted is saying ' '111011 ‘I po i We Bought 25000 Garments--the Entire r Surplus of the Largest Alanu ' - )( ) the all in 4 ' kpit ot Europe-now shifted s 99 r N - 1 from the Balkans to Asia iacturer of Aprons in the United States Every One of Fine Quality Fast L ti et e with four other immediate prob esiA ' ' rdened with disaster But the 14- " in If -it ?ssiug is that of these refugees S -1 441 411 4 Color Gingham: New Styles Best Workmanship! On Sale Beginning AlAtvi APRA KEMAL ANOTHER MENACE I rt t tiL St t ?cond in importance is the ever- e CV 1 se ' -lit ' kg 3uduct of Mustanha Kemal The ! the necessity of taking joint tb ic im Tomorrow in the Immense Room Formerly Occupied by Toyland! t M 0 bio 4 ti the Greek Irredentist tiepins ' ! lie Nos Phen there is the constantly in- 41 t --a- w1! i menace of the spirit of Bolshey- 0 II le 1114 - A ' ri The manufacturer of these goods has always sold to jobbers only—never to retailers Consequently -with most jobbers I the clash of allied interests in 1 k yipb East overstocked with high priced merchandise which was not selling it left this manufacturer with no outlet for his product ! il '711 Ift 1 I N111Y11111 41 ' Will happen to these refugees? I WM Ille 01114I In if Ilion is impossible They would ell Vit 11141111111116 He had to keep his four factories running and he made us a proposition if we could use 25000 garments We bought—at ack if they could for they would 0-al t9( It tree - prices so low as to be ridiculous—at prices that bring you e greatest values in many years We could not buy goods of ' to almost certain death under 11 li I et dictatorship which they have ‘Pi- - ii lint PII I like qualities today at these prices—we doubt i the an equal opportunity will ever occur again' escape They are starving and ! I'l P 4111111ii :ii- They are restless nervous sillIlikil NFo riAlli Every Apron and Dress of genuine fast color ginghams in beautiful patterns and colors Brand new spring styles very 1 1 11 i $:"14 111114 nsive A hundred or more ftil111 pil Munk than face an uncertain future carefully made Illustrations are taken from the garments—every one is exactly as pictured Thrifty women will buy in 8 1 1 le charitable arm of relief asso III WO ail 4 1111 with the promise of a more or IL 11 121 half dozen or dozen lots Scores of extra salespeople to serve you quickly PLEASC SI013 AS EARLY AS I POSSIBLE i carious existence have chosen 1 1 : t 11111 i 10 ?rt" and accept service In the ' an too ill III Il U of Mustaphe Kemal the Turk be oil 11111 $ t N6LE'S TIWOPA ARE seserreetee VIMII It - I At I 1 iii 1 :1 r thousand of Wrangel's troops Pitol0 °IMO itt try i i mped at Gallipoli Twenty thou- III Ili ) i -1!' ere are at Tchaldja Seventeen i 11Pi '1 ' d are at Lemnoea twenty-five ' sIltli v es ss ite I and $6 Gingham Dresses m : have found quarters at Saloni- tete' 1141 other thirty thousand are seat-111 1 ' N 9 - 9 2 1 1:1 Ll 1 ' trough various parts of Greece ilit Ms nis according to the American ' ' 'LI 0 Every One of Genuine All the New Spring Styles N22 SS ita 111 lif ly 89 Constantinople there are seven sikto d civilians Hospital cases num Amoskeag Gmghams Beautifully Mad s e t q Ng 2 t p thousand of whom the wife of s ilarrilw tolek P ' Vranget a sufferer from typhus 99 i --7- ' l'hi Every garment contains the Amoskeag Label !c regularly at $250 and $3 each ICI I '' ISi' in the illustratiNote the wonderful diversity of styles t- 1 Sr Y Igh all this horror there are stM ' ' ' int 40 Knowti the world over for its splendid - ons—over-blouse effects ausand unaccounted for while 1 Arse it : i to narrow cramped unsanitary s s 44 ' e wear and the fastness of its colors! Hun- on board filthy vessels anchored s sA ' - en iosporus are five thousand more trr la ily dreds of patterns and color combinations ' Y' '( ) la 7 with sashes belted styles yoke styles with ' ' d with Wrangel from bolshevist I 1' 2t ' I back and front fullness panel front and te-'-: Lisi 14141‘ —plaids of all kinds checks and plain i I I r r t ' r 'V 't ) in Crimea 01$1 vest effects etc Long sleeves and various ' i i 41 - 111 ig to the restiveness and fear is ilk P416 -1 I 111111114 colors trimmed with contrasting materials r -- iresson cuse by France's - latd ill Nap style necks and eollars tiI'' fig nent thaad t after an- an February 1 she ocseI AO! li d white pique Sizes 36 to 46 use either to feed or support in - :S y these unfortunates Near Galli ' - t -1 VPIOI il announeement has created that ) t I'l 414i: ll ' aation which if the forerunner pi el la 'y 0 1 lt- I Tam i lc Refugees recently attacked ejleso I enegalese guards killing twelve 9" '' 114 I I I it 1 irlie Li and wounding scoreS before they s i:! tr: - 11111114 ' 250 and 3 Gingham Aprons i s ) a euelled by machine guns s e I Sly 1 r FUGEES RESIST DEPORTATION tS to deport the refugees to Ser- !ti 110---7's 'is lap II 1 - II I il I II ii I' I 411 tillqittl Rumania are resisted stubbornly 1 ' -s the Wrangelist soldiers openly I'-' 1 '!!'"!) 4 4 d '4 N23 4 a to mutiny if they are sent to i e" L E Materials Alone Are Worth 4 which would be impossible any s P I 89 Eery One of Fine 1 i i View of the soviet government's I se ( ss I i t i lw I III 11 - t vd Fast Color Gingham 40- 0 Much More Than the Price i my feeling herself happily rid of l'''''' tzr Ni lial" 1 I 7 I 191 t would rather see the 130000 irtal upon the allies as unruly wards ! Good serviceable Aprons in the daint- f Made-up Aprons of exactly the same -14 ' ! 1 I 1 vie wants to puhe ent tiN491-1 s - sk 11 101 1 li I '' 1 " Illi 111 1 lest of styles—twenty-one styles each il i quality material and in the same styles 1 1 ‘ l'i Ittla 1‘ ' rden of feedint g and on t car ente ing for e ' 1 :I11 7 I t -141' 1 L and the soviet is especially de- h -- : ' 1 he allies e s more so tr than twelve patterns of material! ' sell ! lai ' )t seeing whether or not t la press tbe disorders partially due ' - S :: Small cheeks all kinds Ill 1 ! taint of bolshevism that runs of plaids and plain It) ' Q30 Serviceable fast color ginghams of known N19 IT : o 1 the former Wrangel army ii ll sisH- ' qualities IN colors white self and contrasting trim- is bound to increase every jlay st Irth es selling regularly at 30c and 35e $189 ‘ Its gel the antibolsbevist leader is 1 li-''-- minrs Sizes 36 to 46 k the yard rd! at4— ' Is P the steamer 1 ! a virtual prisoner confined 41 dal" laj b " e:! t ir st - mer Lucullus es :1 4 norli 5 LACE OF ruNDS HITS RELIEF A ili: i:il If IN- Ts fit Ito I' N920 Iti ' sis situation the American Red Ain ind the near East relief associa- 11 !Meta Four Important Facts 99$ ire doing their utmost to elle- s load 14 a i irq Out-of-Town Customers Sale Starts rues- le suffering liut tey are n- es asionsmome Aseeneommova 4° for lack of funds h and hadl the fear a6V Should 4 t--TiltiVell I ' dati at 9 A M t- A'1"' "A' A'' - Se 11 ranee will carry out her threat N2 4 VA" ill 44 About This Big Sale! (v11 -:f 6 ''rli is they have no co-operation :ntente officials 99 f at iiii 1 eseme t Walnut Street rot 4 rding to Maj Claffin Davis a Ili qgl 111 i 0 mo 11111P1111111111 IMPIIIIIMEMI 111111111111111111111111111 Ot 4' im of $25000 a day is required grit I i Order r the refugees Major Davis has 4' AS f t a trip across the Caucasus to I ilti en III N95 1 25000 House Dresses and Aprons Second Floor Iii IT ' gate conditions regarding repa- '1 st 1 tillat 111 $189 are included—the opportunity for select IF - -: : tl hp ‘ 1 go 1 tion is unlimited—there are a great 'fp t! 1:11' tilli i ''''::' 11111411$12 7 II: i sugh the present sanitary condi- I s s- I by Mail! many stles in hundreds of patterns Sale will be held in our re descried as satisfatory the 1 'I--I-' si r- LI y ' 1 officers b fear an outbreac k -I A k 1 110 n epidemic of cholera or typhus ' s 1- - 1111m1 2 s s a 0111' i spring They are endeavoring to r Bill" '01' - -- Every garment is made of genut treat room formerly occu 1 - t v f': A ' ilk uch an event with wat car : a- SS'ee' 4r II s h 4 ! pied by Toyland—just South an take today of the weakene ed ' o t see Order by the numbers and me fast color good quality Ginham It 7 V:71 -- p t 0 62p‘ 1 tdeasesi -housands thrust upon s s' 4rN ' ' ' ) prices shown beside the illus Itt 4 i imited facilities 41 '''S ' ilik : 3 Styles are new—the designs that Df the I louse 'Dress Dept I 11101 r )NSTANTINOPLE CITT OF DREAD trations Or cut out the pic will be most popular this spring They will be dvided into lots I tantinople-always a cit y of tur- 777 - ''- 1 p I a c 1 ' ' ol 1 sII : tures Be sure you state size 1W ' 1113 is more than ever to itY 4 Women Will recognize these at according to size Plenty of 1 td There is no employment for - ( I il tut i i t ' N 2 7 once as the greatest bargains ever of extra salespeople—no wait- - i l'41 'flw " iiilll 1 nds Robberies and other critue ' : - eI pr -I A ele pattern and color preferred I - : iiiii t 1st scale make the city unsafe day 111 A' '' Illikol '71111 'tl TIN ND MAIL PROMPTLY fd high h ilirr7 it war i JA AI ere in ig quality merchandise ise ght The local population is suf 11 1 iii! hit 4 '4 19' 4 almost RR keenly as the unwanted e Two and a half million of peo- i 1 '' t '4 111-iki: 49- Jones'-111filnut St Second Floor a crowded into the uarrow con i ' rtip' - ere and a natural result has been II 111 rock ti s'1 ' ‘ eng f pries placing every- : 1 I 4:-tta6 tt F---------- (lie barest of existenee above evally-7-11 N17 N 11W ut t P Si ans of all but the most affluent 1 ' I ''11 -It''! 'M ' - - lin two weeks the refugee saute Ilr' 99 111:‘ IL p© At list ft10 quiet ill have reached its most dreadful ' I- 11'' 4 s -3 I Tb:tt is unlese France recon E: k 4 11 4 1 her decision to refuse salvage to I i :-Itlil )iI:7IT-II'' it:44 ITE?1 4 IINJI 43' : - - i 1 1 eckage of Wrangel's war which 1 I 11 I 'I" iii° 1 ! '' rself proveked and supported until e es 11 N93 81 $1 so - 1441-14-' f lapse The alternative is that I s s lel - i I Britain or America shall take over I t '111 11-t I -' 11 N I I q V ! Tonsibility of sustaining the bur- I ! k 4 og I Kansas Cites Profit Sharing Store "Hain Twelfth and Walnut Style ' 1 1Pi-- d control over these refugees until 1 1' P 11-liii”r ' 11 ' s)'l) I I conditions return et is 1 itsts I -:sIs 411s's' i s ''" it her of these things happens the 1111 I eir':9 mad Russians will assuredly eM ''' 'Pt' - from their concentration camps 1:411 AO -1-1a- :- 4 - 10 1 :'t t toil to the armies of Mnstapha t'Sr sgsltilemli ertIf s -- il '''-siI 1 I'"N ' es III: ll where they can at least be 118- Ns 6 4! isil ii01' '''' 71414:6 ""4-1 ( of food end clothing ' ys3-sssel e se s -s ksse (9 " ' CS4-7 73 Se 141 f: it Is significant that Creat Brit 9cp IA e 471k 4! ' ' t:?b :I : I t 1 il hope!) to ORO these very ROldieTS N - No ' ' II 'foil : Itt ‘ erconaries aguinst the Turkish t - - e (-4) I I s I ' N i if 0 ' Ii‘ r 3 i i — 4fr 1711 4111!ii1- i it-'1 i :tit :7: 141: )) ly t t i i 1 Qcti i A IE WAGPS srirr vornur 10 1 11 4 di 0' a4i: sr '' 1 1' :144 !"1-11 0 ‘t t III k ill t li 40 lip 1- af 'Workers Illock Return of il dlit 1 Normal Price Level -IVO IF ---1 - ay ‘ 4 1 : 0 S 1 im 1 - -1 ---- : -1 10 11 h IA- ‘ 1 11 a New York Herold 1 rt 10- P 404k P111 1 r ' k im:6111111: a' 7 I: he announcement IA correct that 1 il :- to: s I 4 d f 14: i fillt) 1 II the '22IS per cent wage cut by the ' 1 I : 41 ' s'11-41 '' ' : ill ISI '?A' I r f ean Woolen Company the pay is 11 :41 't:' : t I °Wile what it was before the war i '' Li It ses-t- ' Ili WW1 att44- ' ' Li a :- tag tr iioluti:" 111:ik:1f" hough working hours are shorter ' ' r 141 ill-lt i se 41 s -: I IVS- ef' oblem of industrial readjustment IIFIle i -s-- e m! Ali iiii -‘411114kaiir Olf)81: lit skiil'4rg 4-i-f u ILI 31 ‘is yet upon the edge of solution li 1 - 4 ' 1'Y- 1 o 1 gyr --ii 4 c 1 -44 t III !es of textilps have como down f I Fitt ' 4' j A lave come down heavily Put oh- i i ' I' 1 i --s ms- MIS ! ) 1 1 i I iii 1 y if in spite of high cost!) they are imiiiiir': -lit Immlati it I it li Ttl 11 ) ' f i down by the irresistible pressure ills iilt:11 4 I I 1 I 1 i I T:-tz : 1 tirl' law of supply a I tic demand rather Jr ' l'a VII: 1 1A 1I i Ip 1 i II 1 I i p 'i c eased clown by lower production 111' ' ' I il l - I I 231 lot-1J ----: the new prices are neither so 'Hiii-H- I ' t' l' n 4 1 ' 1 I nor A() permanent as they Meath! - 11 ' ( ' -- 1: s- st et de ' 111 11 11411111111111 restore and maintain economic to l' 11 i 1111 1 II' ' :I 4 8 ' N912 ' it I ity :II' III- 1 II"I 1 1 'li of anything can come down 1111 1 I 1 I tt 1 111 1 1 gel ' r 9P it Immo h 1 i t IMP Rt any MHO beCa1140 the hot- st Ii 1 : ' ( e-o h I III al 1 V I Imps til elIi P t If the market fall() out- But for II - 1 ! 1 III s :i 1 !' Ili mit a 1 to reach a normal level and stay I'l ! 1 ' 1t ! noriell lesee raw material WilgI'0 it 1 P' I- 11 ' ill ' um i v 7 i ' veritend costs sliltit travel down the " 1 ' - 1 I l : ' 1 st tlit 1 he eame road to the same t I I ' t I -I ' -1 1 I 11': ' 11 1 SW ' 1 hill by t I I I it' es ny'n end Otherwise the renown I 11 s I t 'lull IS i it Ili : sac tattle DMA Oland prepared to be s : : 1 III Ell j 1 - l' '' 1 se tet ! ts'111 1 c awed again when the surphie pep t915 ne disappearNI end the high pro N28 I - i 11 :ii ' v i N214 jo otriz 991 - in cost again determines the priee s189 1 ! - $ 69 artiele in a market which eannot N29 $1961'9) t ! 1 enough or that twine-elks to N910 I Y the comminer'e demand for it 194 It I It9T oft' 1 or Nt16 t I tit workerm eft well lit4 other con ' 94 1 99s 1111ba II with a limited purehasing pewer e l'Zis more than anything else now is an vs i se 1 s led wage to put leo prim which 4' i s I more value into what his or any 1 - ' 1111111111110111111111111111111411 -- Mans dollar buys 1 1 IIIMIIIIIIMOS ' -111111111011MMIMMONIIIIIMMIENSISIMEIMINIBMMINJ a ' la 'i P r - - ' ' ii I 4 lif!1 e -

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