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for beoety This attractive gofch^ mesh bracelet with its safety clasp will secure ami v beautify a lady's timepiece. White or yellow gold. 16.95 Tax included. Charge • Budget Layaway Accounts 614 13Hi Sr. N.W. (bet. F.i*dG) * Dl. 2773 r — I •oby No. 2901 — Cynthia Amt, do ugh tar of Mr. and Mr* Otorgt O. Iwca, 4027 WilltM Tori way, C h a v y Chora, Md. —Chavy Chota Stadia THOMPSON'S I Remember Distinctly' Shortly after the mysterious Wall Street bomb blast of September 16, 1920, a photographer snapped the confused scene above. A horse-drawn wagon was said to have carried the bomb, and the driver set the fuse and escaped. His identity has never been learned. CHsd&iK titeutJhl Scott t&Citd 40 odd jkwtC ■MW.MaWW.In UA.fw.Oai .'.: / .. By November, 1919, on estimated 2,000,000 Ameri cans were on strike. Climax of the work-stoppages wos the walkout of Boston police. Above: A policeman who stayed on the job instructing a mounted State guardsman. (Third installment of the book, “I Remember Distinctly" compiled bp Agnes Rogers and Frederick Lewis Allen. Other installments will be published in The Star Pictorial Magazine from time to timeJ ’IXfOES of humanity in the ’’ epoch immediately suc ceeding the First World War differ but little from those gripping us mortals since the shooting stopped in the Sec ond World War. The same fears, threats, problems, in ternational greed and mis trust exist today—under dif ferent labels, perhaps, but the same nonetheless. In the days following World War I it was Bolshevism and anarchism which chilled the blood of the more conserva tive. Now it’s Communism.