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Are Made With Gelfand's Mayonnaise Dressing T!.e pureit of com bined to ile'itfht the palat). Get a Jar Frpnr Your Giocer Today $*J.OO Round Trip (I m lutliMu WarTai) EXCURSION LURAY, VA. Afford* an opportunity to vi^it the wonderful Luray Caverns Sunday, May 30 KPRI Itl. Tll?l\ I.EAVES ?AMll\UTO> MHMI A. M. RrKirnliitf. I.ra?r? luraj Station ? too r. m. Str lljfr?Coaault Ticket AfraU Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Decoration Day, Sunday, May 30 Special Excursion to Luray, Va. PRIVATE PARTY Affording opportunity to see the wonderful CAVERN OF LURAY RM^rvatloos should be made immediately. Kntire trip, *6.75. Hotel rural a (2) Included Apply or Phone J. P. Smith Hotel Arling ton. Main 6550. THE EAQLE AlLKKiCAN-CUlMSBB RESTAURANT * III Ninth St. N. W. mN8K SALON NOW OPEN. Dlnaer Dtnrm, 6 to 8:S0 P. M. ?opper Dure*. i0:S0 P. M. ta I :M A. 1L THOMAS' JABniN Hl'filU Raslnena l.anrh, 4ir, II to t Dally, ?peelal Dlaaer. 75c up, I U I r. M, Saodar Dlnnar. 11 A. M. ta S P. M. Spaehu attantlon (lvto ta aft(r-Ul?t? tartlaa. Talaphoaa FrankUa 7711. Government Ownership Strong Feature of Program Given to G. 0. P. and Democrats. A platform indorsed by 750 000 haa been ami the Republican I ?ad Ditnioi'i'tilc nadunul roomllleti j with tin' demand the) be incorpora- | led in the plalfoints of both parties, i George I*. Hampton, mtnugins direc tor of the KarmerM' National Council, nnnouncrd hi'|n today. The main plank* in the platform are: Government ownership und con trol of the railroad"; Government ownership of the merchant marine; packer control legislation; payment of the war debt by taxing war protits and excessive Incomes, a tax on land and other natural resources held for a peculation rtnd a rapidly progressing ta\~ on the capital value of properly with an exemption of >1*5,000, and Icgislat ion providing cheap and ade quate credit for farmers. I rgea I'eraonal liberty. The platform also demands legisla tion exempting farmers' co-operative organisations from prosecution un der the anti-trust laws; the "restora tion of personal liberty" by j-epeal of III** espionage and sedition acta passed during the war and the "end ing of militarism." . Hampton In letters to Will Mays, chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Chairman Homer Cummins*, of the Democratic Na tional Committee, declares the people should give political parties instruc tions and "if political parties follow those Instructions they are entitled to the support of the people, otherwise they arc not." "The farmers demand that the ships built with the people's money shall remain the property of the people," he writes. Favor C. S. Ownership, "The first demand of the farmers is for Government ownership and demo cratic control of the railroads, be cause the three months' tragic experi ence since the first of March with pri vate competitive operation of the rail roads lias driven home to every thoughtful American that such opera tion of the railroads is not only un democratic, but uneconomic. "The farmers claijn that the con centration of the credit of the coun try in the hands of a little group of financiers is un American and is throttling agriculture as well as in dustry, and demand legislation and measures to make credit as chcap and available to agriculture as to any other equally responsible and repu table business." r ITHE BJC SHOE STORE Store Opens 8 A.M., Closes 6 i'.M. Open Saturday 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. | Kinney's Big Friday and Saturday I Bargain Low and High Shoe Sale ) Ten Big Specials! $2.49 $1.98 98c $1.98 $1.98 $1.98 $1.98 $3.00 Men's and Boys' Scout ft Q Sh9ts tpZ?i70 Ladies' One-Strap House I Slippers . Ladies' White Low and High Shoes. | All sizes. Big values at Growing Girls' White Button 1 Shoes | Children's Barefoot Sandals. Big 1 value. $1.69 to Children's Play Low Shoes. i $1.69 to ?. Children's Patent Mary Jane Slippers ( Children's White Low and High 1 Shoes Men's Low Shoes, samples; sizes 6 to 7 y2 Extra Special 1 Fashioned Pure Silk Black Lace Hose? regular *2.65 values?while they last? all sizes $1.98 There's No Excus* 'aying High Price# for Shoes When KinnLy's Prices Are So Low Kiraney's Service Guarantee With Every Pair The Store With the Big Plate Glass Windows G. R. KINNEY CO. i>r. 729-731 Seventh St. N. W. Th, l.nrcex nrlnllrr. In ?nrld Open Saturday Nights Until 9 o'clock THE GREAT The Burden of Proof Rests on Us Committees of Citizens are invited to in vestigate this sale and verify every state ment?inspect bills of purchase and make comparisons of merchandise desired with our fullest co-operation. BELL SALE Trousers at Cost Plus $1 Every pair of worsted, cassimere, white flannel trousers will be sold at absolute cost plus $1?a wonderful chance?men. ?-.V The Most Startling Clothing Event Ever Held in the Country Our Entire Stock of2,200 New Spring and Summer Suits (ALL-WOOL GUARANTEED) Will Be Placed on Sale Tomorrow Morning POSITIVELY AT COST PLUS $5.00 FOR OPERATING EXPENSE By this method you can now buy jk The Famous Bell All-Wool, Hand * * Tailored Suits as low as 17 This means a saving of $15 to $20 over the ordinary Retailer's Sale Prices * ? Jtf REMEMBER, WHEN YOU BUY AT A BELL STORE YOU HAVE THE ADVAN TAGE OF THE TREMENDOUS PURCHASING POWER WHICH MEANS $8 TO $10 BELOW THE COST TO THE AVERAGE RETAILER It is only the earnest response of the public that will enable us to continue this co-operative spirit, for our overhead is figured on volume! $5.00 is far less than the average retailer made on a suit in the days of low prices. It is only our tremendous outlet and low oper ating expense that enables us to sell clothes on this ridiculously low margin of profit. The Fair Price Commission Allows 331-3 Per Cent Profit l or example: \ unit that costs $30 wholesale, can l?e nold for S1"??by our method thin suit com!h you $30 plus or $35. A suit that costs $10 can he sold, with fair price commission's fixed profit of 331-3 per rent added, would ordinarily cost you $fi0 ?by our method this suit costs $10 plus $.'?'nr $4">, n savins of $13. Bell Clothes Shops STORES ALL OVER THE LAND TWO WASHINGTON STORES 920 F. Si.N.W.: 941 Penna. Ave. N.W. Cost of every garment is marked in plain figures. See ticket and add $5.00. NOTICE?Dealers will not apply at this sale as this is a CONSUMERS' SALE ONLY ALL alterations arc FREE?Sale starts at 8 tomorrow.