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‘ALL QUIET' BAN
ROUSES BITTER
GERMAN FIGHT
Bad Blood Is Stirred Up
Among All Factions Over
Film’s Suppression.
B'J United Pres *
BERLIN, Jan. 9.—Suppression of
'he American film version of “All
Quiet on the Western Front,” fol
lowing Fascist demonstrations
pgainst it, has stirred up a great deal
of bad blood all round.
Left wing leaders are angry over
'he suppression of a pacifist film
and complain the same objections
are not made to militarist and
patriotic ones.
The censorship has become a
<arget of political criticism and
movie-halls are being turned into
battle grounds where those of dif
ferent opinions fight out their dif
ferences, not merely with words, but
often with their fists.
If any film nowadays can be re
tarded as showing a tendency either
towards pacifism or towards militar
i m, it is likely a row will follow and
the police will have to be called .in.
The latest film to become a storm
renter of political dispute is “Flute
Concert in Sans Soucci,” where
Frederick the Great, the founder of
the famous German military system,
and his troops are seen.
When the audience was leaving
'he hall at the first performance
a free-for-all fight required police
interference.
New film called “1914—The Shots
at Sarajevo,” which deals with the
causes of the war has been
suppressed.
In consequence the demand is
raised that the censorship should be
abolished altogether.
Einstein Approves Film
Gy United Press
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 9.—Banning
of the motion picture, “All Quiet
on the Western Front,” from Ger
many “means a diplomatic defeat
for that country in the eyes of the
world,” Dr. Albert Einstein, noted
German scientist, said today after
viewing a German version of the
film.
“Action of certain groups in bar
ring this picture disclosed a danger
ous weakness on the par>; of the
government in deference to the cry
of the street,” added the scientist.
AIRPLANES DROP FOOD
Stranded Fishermen Given Relief j
While Awaiting Rescue.
Gy United Press
LONDON, Jan. 9.—Airplanes
dropped food, clothing and fuel to
sixteen fishermen stranded in a
small boat on an ice floe eight miles
off Styrsudd lighthouse today while
an ice breaker was en route to
their rescue, a dispatch to the Ex
change Telegraph Company from
Helsingfors said.
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Society Girl to Wed
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An engaging member of capital society—and newly engaged—is Miss
Barbara Vandenberg, daughter of Senator and Mrs. Arthur Vandcn
berg of Michigan. Her forthcoming marriage to John Knight of
Kalamazoo, Mich., was announced in Washington during the holi
days. She is shown above in a charming new portrait.
HUNGRY MEN RIOT
N. Y. Officer Hurt in Fight
With Jobless Mob.
I Gy Umlcd Press
NEW YORK. Jan. 9.—One police
man was suffering injuries and
several demonstrators were recov
ering from bruises today as a result
of “hunger marches” organized by
unemployed Communists in Brook
lyn and Manhattan Thursday.
The marches ended in two sep
arate battles between police and
demonstrators, one in front of
Borough shall, Brooklyn, and one on
the Bowery.
In Brooklyn, Thomas Cummings,
deputy chief inspector, and
Lieutenant John Hale, alone stood
off an' attack by 200 Communists
on a Salvation Army relief depot
until police reserves arrived.
The riot on the Boweiy occurred
when several hundred marchers, re
turning from a downtown mass
meeting, attempted to break up a
Salvation Army breadline, a police
man who intervened suffer-d a
broken nose.
An English scientist has jest
ed that street lamp posts h made
hollow to serve as vents, for gas
leaking from mains and sewers to
lessen the danger of explosions in
cities.
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yonr own red-blood-cells—that la
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that they are the “ships" that
sail in the blood and carry nour
ishment to aU parts of the body.
Also, they remove impurities
from the tissues.
Ton can recognise a lowered
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feel—such as body weakness,
lack of appetite, underweight,
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IDENTIFY 45 SKELETONS
Old Records Reveal Remains Those
of Soldiers Under Lafayette.
By United Press
PARIS. Jan. 9.—Official French
records identifying skeletons recent*
ly discovered at Williamsburg, Va.,
as those of forty-five French soldiers
who served, under Lafayette and
Rochambeau in the American war
of independence were found today
by Warrington Dawson, special at
tache of the American embassy.
JANUARY CLEAN -UP SALE
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HIGH-GRADE
FURNITURE. RUGS and STOVES
20% to 50% OFF
—Our great annual store-wide cleanup of all Living Room Suites, Dining Room
Suites, Bedroom Suites and Odd Pieces that exceeds anything in our history.
Here s an oppoitumty to choose the hurniture you have been wanting at
Savings That Will Thrill You—Easy Terms That Will Delight You!
Following Are Just a Few Examples of the Wonderful Savings:
Comfortable Scoop-Seat
Occasional ja qj-
Chairs /I
L '^ e comfortable back and seat is jac- HS|wM
L F fj quard. And the double doweled and
slued frame comes in attractive walnut
” Only 50c Weekly!
Regular s Cotton and Felt
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FURNITURE C 0.—243-249 W. Washington St.—Phone LI. 2506
THE ItfDIANAPOLIS TIMES
LUOTEO BANK
SHORT^IOO,OOO
Assistant Cashier to Be
Arraigned for Theft.
By United Press
CHICAGO, Jan. 9.—Federal ex
aminers have discovered, they said
today, that the Lawrence Avenue
National bank, which was myster
iously robbed on New Year's day,
had been in “serious difficulties” for
ALICE WHITE ENDS COUGH
BY QUICK, NOVEL METHOD
Stopped Cold Caught at Dance
in Time to Avoid Spoiling
Sound Film Next Day
Colds always make one feel mis
erable and may bring risk of pneu
monia. And in the “talkies” a
cough, sneeze or hoarseness will
spoil the sound film. So Holly
wood stars now end colds with
Ayer's Pectoral—a pleasant rem
edy which hospital doctors have
found to be the quickest and surest
of different methods tested for head
colds, coughs and chest colds."
“During a recent dance,” says
Alice White, “I became overheated,
cooled off on the veranda and
caught a severe cold. The next
day, my cold was worse. I was
advised to take Cherry Pectoral to
clear up the cold promptly—in time
to avoid spoiling the sound film
that I was scheduled to make the
next day.
“The first pleasant spoonful of
Cherry Pectoral brought quick, wel
come relief. By night my fever was
gone; I was able to sleep without
coughing. The next day my voice
was in condition to sing the theme
song and I felt good enough to
make several dialogue scenes. The
day following I was simply astound
ed to see how quickly Cherry Pec
toral cleared up my disagreeable
cold.”
months and was short aproximately
SIOO,OOO, In addition to more than
$70,000 taken by the robbers.
John E. Malloy, assistant cashier
of the bank, the only national in
stitution closed in this district in
t.weniy-five years, will be arraigned
Saturday on a charge of embezzle
ment.
Malloy was ordered held after he
reported on New Year’s night that
he had been called to the bank by
four men, who said they were
examiners, and who looted the vault,
forced him to set the time lock for
its maximum period, then took him
to Milwaukee and set him free.
It was seventy-two hours after
the robbery before the vault could
be opened.
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AI.ICE WHITE
Star of ‘’Sweetheart* on I*arade,” “Man
Crazy,’* "Tho Naughty Flirt.’*
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first thought for colds. Ayer’s Pec
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etc., which cause one to perspire freely.
These remedies give temporary relief
but open up the pores and thus risk
pneumonia. Ayer’s Pectoral does not
open the pores. It can be taken with
absolute safety—even if one has to be
fut doors.
.at 215 W. Washington St.
We Indiana Pry Goods Cos.
What Our After-Inventory Sale Means To You
It Hurts Us to
Cut Prices So Much
.. But You Profit!
Here’s What We Mean By Cutting Prices!
Clearance!
fpCOATS
Ts S’) 2-77 .
This is the opportunity of
a lifetime to save!
98c Ladies’
Fabric Gloves JJJjQ
All sizes, large assort
men t.
49c Printed |% Q
Rayons /
Eight and dark pat
terns.
59c Brassiere O K c
Striped rayon effects ■■
$2.98 Corsets QfL
A real value ....
Rayon Striped QQ
BLOOMERS OO c
$2 and $3 Women’s
HATS
In this group you
will find plenty of c I
attractive sty les
to choose from. ■■§
Opening Saturday
Bargain Basement
WITH BARGAINS GALORE
1 / Price Sale
y Remnants
Jr ~ M What a furore this will create. Tables of
£ ffl remnants at '/ 2 Price. If ticKet is marked
f a soc, you only pay 25c. Don’t Miss Itl
89c Boys’ P"
BLOUSES JiMg
Os fine broadcloths
98c Boys’
COVERALLS njjc
Large assortment “
Children’s if r
School Hose |HC
A good sturdy hose..
Sale of
Wash
Fabrics
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Values to 39c
1 2V2C
35c Fine
CURTAIN NETS
This is indeed a mm ■■
timely offer. A wide •n
assortment to choose ~ | Q
from w#
AT 215 W. WASHINGTON ST. ONLY
$1.49 Women’s Gaiters $1
Choice of Tan or Grey
$1.98 Ladies’Shoes $ 1
Limited Quantity
$1.48 Children’s Shoes $1
Mostly Black
Just Arrived ■
New Print
DRESSES
1931 Styles
$0.95
Don’t miss this big Dress
value. New 1931 styles at a
very low price.
Sale Women's
Purs Thread
Silk HOSE
Truly one of the m
biggest hose values Mm SB
in town. Every pair Q
perfect ■
Sale of $1.48 and 98c
WASH
DRESSES
Both long and short gmi 4m
sleeve styles featured. # Q
All guaranteed fast i
color. V
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79c Waterbury M
CLOCKS ft He
A real buy
49c Week-End O
CASES yjjc
Ideal for school use
Luxury COFFEE 4 Q
The coffee we made 1 mj S
famous "
89c 81x90
SHEETS
These fine quality mm
sheets are slightly
soiled, so out they 1 71C
must go w
.JAN. 9, 1931
$1.98 Ladies’ A A
Kid Gloves Hf|C
A big bargain...
LADIES’ M
UNIONS llHc
of part wool .... “
$1.74 Colored asM
Sheets ** ]
Size 81x90
$2.98—66x80 ia
Blankets */•***
Peppcrell. Part wool ™ 1 “
$1.49 Girls’ "7 ft
Hat, / Me
Mostly fells ■ **
$4 and $5 Men’s
Wool Pants
How it hurts t? . jtfj QO
cut prices like V | vU
this—fine qua!-
ity men's wool S
pants going for |J|L
98c All-Siik >9A
CREPES /Me
Mostly plain colors.. ™
$2.98 Felt * gfl qo
BASE RUGS * |l££
This is the popular B ——.
6xo sire .., ;
$1.98 Ladies’ A
HATS jMc
Choice felt or satin..
39c Colored OP"
Pillow Cases m z\ C
Fine qi Ii t jr. hut <BH
slightly soiled
98c Ladies’ M A
Umbrellas ttMc
This i a red hot bar- ■
*in
Men’s Broad- —f
cloth SHIRTS /HC
Values to J 51 v 19.. "
RUMMAGE
SALE!
5 C
10 c
Osn’l Miss This!
Men’s Chambray
WORK SHIRTS
Cut roomy, indeed an m ja
excellent shirt for Q _
this low price

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