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COMMUNISTS BAN PflllTICAl PARTIES Will Not Tolerate New Organizations. Fearing Inroad of Bourgeons l K . d i l ' I K M i l l I li- (1 m « » i \ ) * M l T Y H " i l \ K i l l ! i nunili" · [" « ' i i i tt i. · 1 1 1 n K i n ( i t h t | ui i t v \\ ' ' M k ' M l ' i i MM I M ' M \ I i H I I.' u l I I ' ' - H i l l X I H ' I ,1 M M I 11 i i ' tn i im ii 1 1 1 1 1 i | ^ ', ^ I M t I M 1 M N I 111! I M ' i ' i ., I t / i n t , i n I ' £?oiB \ * k - I t , ^ , , , P I , l | V f [ I - I I I ' M " ' I i · i . ] 1 1 1 IM 1 I I I I I I | M | l | ( l | | . I ' I \ ThENI-ON EYKNINO TIMES. THURSDAY. MAT IB.-1922. NO AID FDR CHILE IN EXCHANGE PLAN H In c l a i m e d . w o i l d · ip| m i | i j . t r mm*y t n l h i « . i m o u i i t o f . . n m n i . ' n P«»o A f o r d m j ; to e t o n u f n .-, n ' l r u l » t l o n of WOW^Ofl r «.| 0 * w. i l d » iunpl« lor lh« n*rrl ( ( J f t h * I MO-.I 1 . · n · uii } r i i f - l H hr M ri * n t I · v, s I .on il r t ' li .1,. ,, n "f ' f * i ·* t ' * i i M i r ' ' I * i - t i i l i i l . i w in if. I I I I * I I I L ' I S P T i l f » H t 1 \ « · - i n i ' 11 i ' \v c t r ,tt in t : I - - i M d ""' IM i MI f , » - 'i-n I , i t i , , u | i 1 l« i 1 · -i "r if i in M r n u l l , v !(, i ' C ' - I v t i - . , . . r i i - i " 1 i 1 i - *. i n ) M * i » io*t. ' i * -[ i | n v n \\ | · i i i i i l l £ \ i i n m r nt i l " i i i « t ) J n l t l l - n! J i en «m r U t i l i z i n g Surplus Stocks Cold Not Practical in South America I'l Mid i I", M ,|M - T h o |,!in - I l'\ AnipriiHti nn^O' ii r» In - r u l u x -'o. k» nf (told m tin- .-'Hli-i^jir ih«" IMPIII fit i ( rr YOUTHFUL CRIMINAL of IS JfOS* bAHGEROUS , , O K I , \ H O . M \ C I T Y . O k l , M n M - s rm» t u r n nut tfl lf ' [ H k o r u l r ·« "therR im in|t to t h r ntlK i Imiit in.l ,1 n \ mrrii in Tin- ' old' b r r n rrrmrlrd ( i Imr h i h r I d 'nril i m n 1 t h e t ' I ' » i f ",,'h ( l . r k if liicliiiatu n i'f nnirrr fi Thi ( i u n 1 rl \ li.ui.' _ , , , , , . ·" f "' l '» " " ' T l i r i « e " ' f " t l « ' H \ ' I " ' , , " l ('" ' ( m i I I I I - . I H I i i re b a n l m p | p r | f r o m S O i , , · \ , 1 ' U I ' - " f nn , d I · n u k x:ml · K i l l nil in urijilp ild Tin Miuilii j| , n m i f i ! '!·' inrltinji pinni tn Kill t h n n ihp ni.1 I i p titrr ' u r In « v I'll it or Up KHTI i i,l ^n \ i t itn « rhun'-p ' ' Mill trt t h e \oiint rr mifi'il "Kht placf jinri ihc f t i ^ i t 1)00* IK tn Khrol ' C|| ' .t his «t, trim nt op M r » nt n u l bi i i i i ' n - " i » l n n f u n d f n r r "t I ' l i l l x i t u m ( i ^ p i i * r . n 'I h i " f u n d a m o u n t * t n 1 1 1 t" 1 pi -Of i i ' p r n x l m / * i 1 ii.oiii) p,,,| ,,f v n , K h ,, h-. \ r^x CHESTNUT COA1 and all other aizes H--d Co- 1 Buckwheat to E«f, in H- d Co- 1 stock. SOU COA for Manufacturing Plant*, Factories, Etc. Cement Tf»r Fiakhmf I Vt,s Plaster Par · Will. J. Phone 484 FtRRY ST., AT EWING THAT FIT · MIDOIWOAK per tootV A Remarkable Sale of Used Pianos and Players is Now in Progress. Many Bargains! "Cutie," " M a r i e ' \n%e\ Child," "Caroling Rolling Stone and o t h e r big hits in thw Muax Roll Sale at 43c. Three for $ 1 . 2 5 . LAUTER PIANO CO. 107 EAST STATE STREtl i ' r i i ' ! j l l s - * i i i i p l i l i . . . i - - - ^ n r s H m r n i I i r i i l u M i r i a i M i " " f ' l t B i J i n i \ v. i u i l \ \ r ] (ini» -iHn^ .n t i \ i t v t n w r t n l S l u l i i u / i ^ v . i l u " b ^ i x ^ M - r i e n td long j i p i m j "I \ i r n i ] m.u l i \ a n d , i n i c 1 i i n t h e d o ' U r . R r i d u H l l y hai f . t l i f r o m t h e » ( i f V K i n c of t h i c e 10 I M I" I ' M i '11 m o i l ' h i n 10 '(i 1,1 ni i l i t L | M ' K I ' b i s r l i f t n i K r r d t d e t r i m e n t i n m n i n i ' M i i ' l d I n : n \ p « f o d i i p i t i ] i l l ' ^ - o* ' i i ' i n » .1 u«f u i j i ·- i i t ^ U u f ,1 i r ' mi H n m u n t of it 11PI i l I M I . ' t l ( t g U M s : i f l M ( 1 * . r j . · « l i l i - Jjt Ly t l l f l l v p n f t h o i l o l l r i l i u t s r r i t i» n u t t h o u f r h : ' M i l I I :· d v| I 1. !, ' 1 U n i l li 1 l n 'I I i I J 1 1 1 ' H p o - i i ' j I C R U l . t l l u 1 i f · i i h a n c p i n n i i l t i t n b r i n g a h o u t ,i n o r m a l |-*«umtition of U a d » between , h f t w n i o u n l i ii « 1 A m e r n H i i e x p n i i i t o Ch!l« i n 191«. ' i ( - ( o r d l n n t u rig i n s p n h l i a h o r t In !,-» \ i i i -i i i i n u n t i | i ' J ' i o oon "On t o l i l , » ( M I - \\ ii j i i n I 4 _ 1 i h v \\ t\?v I r ^ i II i n 100 n. H, nun _ , ],| ,,, .,, t ' h i l p l i i t . l« i n i i u m u l . i t u i c t « K O l i I \t i M i i i s e r s i n n f u n d t K u i i v t [ M J S H l t i l ' 1 l l ' O t l l l l I H J U or «t I I ' l 1 17.1 t i o n ( .f U w [ 1 1 ^ j rn i \ f i r T n i in '" - nf V P . I M w i t l i tin i i i i f n t i o n of tvt,i i l i H h i n c « i ^ n l i H l n r i k u i t n ' i n i o i r I U I H t KM i ». U M i b f h t - d e r i i R ^ -vo M - em i n t h p I n i t f d S t a l e r T h n h . i n k » o j l d r m | lo\ I h s sold as a \ " if. 1 1 -' i i o i u c r n b l o ,ind I ' Ih' J 1 I'l P r ! 1 I f n \ Th*. |,rr«* nt c Iii i '^i v '··'sion f i . n ] Specialized! Hand '1'ailored, Smart,Likeable SUITS at BROAD AJTD f RON! EXAMINATION EMPIRE .%·££ 9 N. BROAD ST. lv V N '!! a . H. WLRTSCMAJ iK« ft SON IVLDOOGUS NAME AND POKHWT I B Ttt MST KNO»T SHOE TlMDt rt«X I IN THE WORLD · TT STANDS FOR THt UGHEST · SUMAia) Of QiALiTlf fj THE · LOWEST POSSIBLE COST · " v/ v ^--- .U "l, - - « - - s. ,|W$»M«J«; TMl RETAA »we£ W. I,.D( $/00 $ROO ALSO MANY STYLES AT ~$*66 ^ $ft 00 W.L.DOUGLAS PRODUCT IS GUARANTEED BY MORE THAN FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN MAKING FINE SHOES FORMF^I AND WOMEN , ·hoes for tlie pric« th-t money c«n bay. The«iii-litj Ut -.^ne^. Only by en.-k- iii " ~ HIS J*«T VW/THE KttAl W.ILI IS STAI4VO ON THE SOLES OF AM f WWCH UIMSASOHA«ur elitwfc*.r* at anywhere -^r »r prices. Our $7.00 and $8.00 shoes are exception«ny good »«N'M. W. L. Doutfias shoes are put into aH of our 1 08 ,to»ti at factory CD tt We dp not nwke one c*nt of profit until the shoes are sold to you. It U worth dolors for you to rr-.-euiber that when vu buy t^oet at our stores YOU PAY ONLY ONE PROrll. No matter where you Bye, shoe dealers cim ·upply you Hh W. L. Douglas shoes. TKy cost no more in San Francisco th*n »K_ J do m New Yovk. Inmt upow having W. L. with the n.me«Tw}rct«naiKe ^1 fr 01 «f* P«y «ir* proT'tt. v ,the f-ctoty and MTC money. W. L. DOUGLAS STORE: 29 £. STAlfc. ST., IKENTON """" SATUKMAY I ROOF PAINTS \ I T E are specializing at '* these prices. Fine ail wool materials, finely tailored Suits that will give lasting service. Donnelly "Ihirty" and "Thirty-fives" are all beautifully hand tailored, "cus- tco»i»ed" s h o w n in a wide range of models for Men and Yo«ng Men, including the new tweed sport models. Come in and look them aver. Frerl'k DONNKLLY , ««*. Cut. 14-18S. Broad St. You Spend Money To Save More Money When You Buy Good PAINTS property owners well know that a dollar spent in paint when paint is badly net k j better than a dollar in the bank, for eventually h« have to take two out to pay for repaira that a a worth of paint would save. If you know your buildings need paint thu ·p.ing paint th«m by all means. We'll be giad to go over your job w«th you tell you the right painta £o ut furnish estimates. Don't wait! Right now is painting time. Brushes For Every Painting Pujpose Bru»he» m«H- for hnrd u»* brntlc* that wan't come ^^rt «nd »poil votir work BrushCT of all kind* and for every prnnting need. HIM. t SATTERTHWAITE^S PLANTS TO PLANT NOW CABBAGE PLANTS 1 Sc. per Doi«» 75c.p«rlOO. TOMATO PLAMS 20c. p«r Doi -i. $1.00 per 100. PEPPER PLANTS 25c per Dozen. $1.26 ptr -100. EGG PLANTS-- 35e. p«r Doz.n. S T R A W B E R R Y PLANTS »1 00 p«r tOO W.75 p«r 1,000 A S T E R P L A N T S -- 35c. p«r Ooz.n « as Shown (2.75 for 3-lL optuing, 3 ft Rnal P«i--., Poi J. Paint*. Va, A%t , "Wt P-- lU, Solid 8r«n«, Will lint a lifr I nr P» r tQU»r« f«4t. tc. C»lv»nn»d--\ rrr d u n b l * P»r au«r« feat. c. · Q U « r « ffrot, 2*^C. SCREEN DOORS $2.25 -' v Bert Pa/nr 5/iop Trenton F Glass Cc ,, 312 SBro^l . I P«r 10 rod r»||, 15-.«. D«r« W-.d BOc 0«rV »0c -n. U II-'«. Ll. WM-. 70c 12 n. Lt. W*td. ·«. Lt. Waid, Lt. W..4. ft40 Lt Stitl Fence Posts Cx B« D^», hi Wai P: If ft. Me.! r f . f u 7-fu 7»c f 7'».f», ft. Me. u norm WAMKN ST i Fancy Top Q«tt*. l $390 up PoulUy FFNCE 3 -foot. P«r 1Q-r«d roJI. 15.75. RADIO CONCERTS DAILY SiraRK An Old Fashioned Friday For Tie Soamer Perc/k and Faacjr Work Seuoi Up to 20c. 4 4 ' Knitting Wool, b-'l.. ITU nddi and «ndi of wool a*r k n l t t l n « and croehAtlaf, la a splendid 'rang-* of color*. up to H.M " «,, Ooodi 4dC odd lot, int-ludina- Houa* ?s, Towelj, ChlMr»t»'i Dresse?, Cent«r«, Scarfi, etc 75c. Tie SlHr ( pr The tube OOC 200 yards on tub*. --Second Floor Remnants, S i gths Broken Lin ..17c offering worth while savings/such as only the "Bargain Store" is noted for Every department has been \etooth-combed for short lengths!incomplete lines, etc. Prices have been^t astonishingly low to insure a speedy clear. ance tomorrow. 25o. Talcum, Most popular, hifh q.^1 talcum in America. Our Prf- Up to 19c. Chambray., Unenc, Quilting Calicrj. and ^ PriCe DUh Toweling Fjill pieces; slightly imperfect; yard Up to ?5c. Unbleached Muslin, Khaki Kloth, Die.s I A Crash and Tea Toweling, One tableful; lengths from 2 to 15 yartU, at yard ·-- » ·· *^ ^^ ^ v^ « · · x^- · * ^.^ BVlr · Remnants of White and Colored Fates Thriftr Women Will Be Oat in Full Force for Savings T.Ike lOc Up to 29c. Lpngcloths, Ble-ched Mmiin, Underwear Ca. u brie, Drew and Apron Gingham*, One tableful; lengths from 3 to 15 yardi, at yard Up to 35c. PercMe., White and Colo.cd Storing Madr»«, W*-h Suitings and Figu,ed SaUens, One tableful; lengths from 2 to ISyarda, at, yard f ;'«rlain and Drapery Rcinuauts A K r j d a y M]p t h a ^ )op ^^ variety and «av- ..39e Children'i op to TBo. Union Soiti at.. Odds and ends |n bojv* »-v? rls' gauze unjon*. So e with waist attachment; other* plain with shell knw or bloomer style. 5c Up to 50c. Drapery Thousands «f yartls gome; for a sorljr! ni£r- hits not Ixvn p j u a l r i t h i s scdsou. Up to 25c. Scrim and Marq«ij;tt« CHurt» J nin^» 6c yd K ^ t r n t f o n i ) | u a l i t y . W h i J f · i i ' l PTH. also onlorcd dots. 1 tn .") \ a r i l l i M i j f t h s . Pretty 45c. and 50c Cretonnes, 25c Yd. 29cyd . And the 89o quality at 39c yd. ?r^ nl c l P H r m i i - e of thpiw? h a n d - »imp S i i m m o r H r o p K - i i f n t'olort V P rm. jfrpen. blu«-, brown, gold 1000 T I M Onr»-« StHpt 35c each Odd lot. i n o i u d i n * N'ottmgham*. they up to 13 th . at 3Sc. »tr,p. i : T n m n t « . In IrnirthB from I ,,| r Pll tem and color, foi (., h draperlf*. }·^ ' 5c Odd* and End* of Women't Htc* *ir'.. ^"H!ue up to 3.x 1 . f a r h , j n - · l u d i n j j a few Collar Sts and s, slightly toiled Ties. VMT-THO M«n'» o n l \ . ' up to 50e. 1,200 R«hk«r Stiir Treads, 10c F ae l« Regular-25c. vaj u «. Size 9x24 inche.. fln-'i OOo. 4 p OlOfll, ^ir IOC Two-plaap, »,ay Hale nt a very fine quality. 6 to 7ik 8we-te,» at V neck and elbow ale«Te«. Nsvajo btripes and pl*in colors of navy, black, periwinkle, jade, gray and mo- hawk. Wonderful, value, this. ·Children'a 19 to 19c. 1f|^ Va*Uat lUC Gauze. Low neck, no aleeve style. Sizes 4 to 14 year*. 39c. Vwtsei *ml 4 A Br--«l«y O^Uir fl.'i... I wC Women's dainty neckwear made of- gingham and linece. Some plain, others a«lf trimmed ; also, combination style. .1500 Yarda *11 «H1lr A yt Fotdardi, yard...... v l t w * R«Rular valne,^ ;the yard. This is not figured, ''^ub »Uk foulards in about 30 handmaa and P0niJt««'i 40-Inch Wool Canton In 12 Colors; %« , u l«r 13 Yard Valut, »t, yd. to 50c. the garment. \f 'ol-8»-a-rivrr nainsook. Broken 2Sc All K nl|o rolors. m a t krd prior. Bioiuti and d r i r Onp-htif off and e n d s ; broken 2Sc dd Kit*; formerly up to T.'w. e«rh. and of ilitra and ' i n p r i s i i u j IH^UW k n i t . ·,,,] m ^, n g||r . (Join* for * q u a r t e r 69c (ireaf picking fur hunter* Knday. $1096 Coitt t-i Jj^JQ and HerTinnboiw Humrorr Sport J'oat* *nd Cjipm Newest plain '·"lorn and plaid*. Him fnr n o m r n and milifi. Uftfl l«wn. Whit* »M dim; -,e low ·t i. 7 U 1 4 I We K»'« Wf- fc 'W-t«t at Cle\prly f«*hi d i i n n y fr»*h and H u f f . . *"'""« " »"«hm(t hut ihepnee t«C... lining out all oddfl ami end*. tt M in M«df of W«rk, brown and . - twnJBf uritlnit tablet of limn paper. Only a f ew 'i ?| 3 . Thrr-f A 94 Plbr» «Ik HOM; pair... W l C The thread silk how i* f u l l fmhioned : the fibre nilk ha\ iieamed white and color*. Woman't Cotton Han, Value* up to 49e. pair, inc l u d i n g BiutA^ and other well k n o w n brand*. Black, w h i t e , cordovan, balbriffan and aplit Ineludinf almott every kind of ailk and all desirable lengths. $1.00 M ~M. 23c Noted "Universal' fashioned of excellent mtwKn. Cot on liberal pra' portions. Made to aell for $1. Friday, MB. :-V. Mra'f Oottoa HDH 4P IOC 7 K 1 ** for a J B^I-- f . Reinforced fooT Mile* of in fh«tn. l /t 0 ·a T IOII lie u Si-'a, , * r l to 49c. valurn Plain eolor» and white w i t h fanry top*. Up U »JI Ta.J MZBBOV RH At H-V f.lnl torchon, elaay and fllet crochet PVom l to - inebe« rant AT » t fcr K«tr« UM.al ·nd tath *r* hair ribbon cbrck*. KWSPAPERl iWSPAPfc.RI

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