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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, June 05, 1919, Image 6

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A story of men and women, aristocrats and
peasants, freedom and bondage, love and
laughter, tears and hate.
TOMORROW
The Mary Pickford Company Presents
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In Jean Webster's Celebrated Story and Play
Daddy Long Legs
The Funniest, Saddest, Sweetest Story in the
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Effie Shannon
in the wonderful production of
Ashes of Love
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Doors Open Promptly at G p. m.
Comedy Night Fun Fun
Gale Henry
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JAMES AUBREY
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MULES AND MORTGAGES
Admission 17c
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THEATRES
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IXGOM.IR?''Ashes of Love." ?
At the Tiv.rcnVar Theatre tonight
"Ashes o? Love," the latest creation
of Ivan AbeamsonV. interpreted by
James K. llackett, Effie Shannon an i
a'l!-star cast, will be the attract!' v..
RlCIIMONI)?X<rma Talniadge
One of the mc?t thrilling and dra
matic pciturcs ever seen upon the
screen will be s'ncavn tcnift'ht ?.'? the
Richmond/ Theatre, when Joseph M.
Schu.k presents Norma Talniftdpc
in her latest Select Picture, "The
New Moon."
"The XN(w Mccn,'' is a rvtcry of a
Russian Pvincess w^o brcomc- a
ncasant j^irl ant! the leader of a bin
of women who refuse to. ob-?y the
mpiest issued by the Revolutionists,
ordering all women to register in or
der to ba nationalized. She snv.itr
g-les the Women cut of the province
and finds happiness in the reun::>n
with her fiance.
FIGHT WITH BOLSHEVISTS
Red:-. Suffer Severe Repulse At The
Hands of Eslhonian Troops
Revel, "June ? Official reports
from Estneniar. headquarters state
that there* is furious fijrhtinp: in the
Gateehina sector and claims that Bol
shevik attacks near Luira have bsen
repulsed an ! that the Esthonians
have advanced in the region of
K reutzbiirjr.
Tiiero is no mention of Petrojrrad
in tin- report.
TIRADE BY BERG Eli
Ssvalist W'ho is Barred Frora IP use
Says "Ruling ("lass" Throttles
Freedom
Washington. .Tune 5.?Victor Berb
er of Milwaukee. convict :d of dis
loyalty, but who is seeking: admis
sion to the House of Representa
tives as an elected member, issued a
statement Tuesday on the bomb out
rages which has caused general in
dignation as well as surprise.
Horner charged that the outbreaks j
resulted from the throttling of "free
.-.petch and a free press." Some
members expressed the view that his
statement was as revolutionary as
the prcclamati n found in the efforts j
of the terrorist who was kiih.-.l by j
the bomb v.-hich wrecked Attorney
Genera! Primer's he.use. and that it
cculd rot fail to prejudice his cr.zo.
'?The bomb outrages <{ tho an
vrchists nro insane, cf course," said
}>(.?.statement, who ic occupy
ing an office in the House Office
Jiuiding pending a hearing: before
I Election Committee, "but this
insanity is tho natural result and
j the logical answer to the insane
Ifpcceh by the ruling class.
"Everybody who knews anything at
| all knows that Socialism and anarch
ism are direct orposites in theory,
principle an 1 tactics. However, and
hue democrats will aerce with them
in the. dcanard for a free press and
for free speech.
"Just now the plutocrats believe !
they can quell all new ideas by
| passinjr special legislation, by em
blcying spies and by usfing all the
force available. The capitalist? by
tyrannical legislation and force may
thus retard Soealism, hut they wifi
surely get anatvhism. They invito
a cataclysin such as the world has
never so; r. before?a cataclysm in
which their class will be simply
wiped rut in the end.
'?'This is a warning, not a threat,
because Socialists do net want the
chancre to come that way. We pre
fer progress by evolution, and we
w'ant Socialism not Anarchism or
Coir.niur.irm: But force will r.ot pre
vent progress in the ncd.
"Rcmcmbor less than a year ago
the KaSsev was on? of the most
powerful men in the world. Less
than three years ago the Czar was
the autocrat cf 170,000,000 people.
Where are they today?
"It is true our capitalsts rulers
may fcinv a League of Nations. It
v.Tr'be tut an alliance cf plutocratic
srovcrr.mor.ts against the c'-mmun
i-'ts nations cf Europe. Such r
League will be> r.o relief against ar
maments. higlv taxes an<? wars. On
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YEAST POWDER
the contrary, there will be more ar
maniints th:in ever. Ar.d our coun
try will lead in this respqect.
?'And since ideas cannot (>' ex
cluded the bayonets and by prisons
the Communists \\;iii eventually win
,ir..l the present civilization mav be
l'rt cntiuly. The good in it will
tro tiv-v.n with the bad. .And a terri
ble retribution will be meted out to
the capitalist class.
SITUATION IX TOLEDO
High Tension Since Labor Riots Tues
day, When Two Persons Were
Killed.
Toledo. Ohio, June 5.?The situa
tion is at a high tension today for
i nvirg tli? labor riots of yesterday
when two persons were killed and 2".
ethers injured near the Willys-Over
land plant. Eleven men were shot.
With the plant a .train shut down at
che request of city officials, Mayor
Scareiber frankly admits that the
situation is beyond control, despite
the large number of returned sol
;i;jis ar.,1 citizens police who have
l.et-n sworn in. Xo word has come
f".j! i Columbus as to the sending of
tro. ps here in liife witn the Mayor's
appf-al to Governor Cox immediately
folK-wing the rioting.
Crowds again gathered at the plant
this moinng but found a sign giving
notice of the shutdown. A number of
workers who sought to enter the
plar.i were jeered by former em
ployees, but there is no report of
further violence.
In the section of the city near the
nlant and populated largely by former
Ov^rhr ! workers feeling against t!i ?
so! iiers is running high. Leaders of
fhe latter today declared that they
shot in*o the crowd last night only
liftir : score of shots had been <li
rooted nt them. The shots by the
soldier;? v^ie declared to he in soif
CANNOT ACCEPT
Austrian Press Shows Bitterness in
Comment on Allies' Terms of
Pence
Vienna, .June ??'*Unacceptable, bo
cause impossible," is the verdict of
I the Austrian government regard in ?
j the portion of ?! c peace treaty sub
Jmitted to the Austrian peace delega
tion at St. Germain last Monday.
The Cound! of Ministers, accord
? in.tr to the Nene 1V:,ner Abendblntt,
has decided ".ins: 'mously not to aceopt
the terms.
Chancellor Rerner, head of the
ministerial coanci! vvt/o is now at St.
1 CJi-rmain as f1* airman of the peac?
; delegation, is nnderstood to have
voted by proxy.
Austrian no ^papers were bitter in
comment rega*\l:ng the peace terms.
"The treaty .* wore? than our worst
expectations." raid the Neuo Freie
Presse. "It w'il 'ead to complete ruin.
"They have torn the living flesh
from stupsfied Austria," according to
the Arneiter /: :tur.g.
Th? None Wciner Journal declared:
"It is unaccep'rb'V."
NATION-WIDE STPJKE
O-mpieJe Suspem-on cf Wire Activi
ties i.? Imminent.
Washington, June ?With Syl
vester J. K'ner.ramp. international
president of the Telegraphers' L'n
icn in Washington to direct the
fipht for the c.peratcrs, indications
\\< re late last night that th'.' nation
wide stiike of when:on would be
called within forty-eight h' urs.
r. II. McDowell, president r,f th:.'
District local, said that complete
suspension of wire activities hero
was- imminent unless the Atlanta
trouble Wi;s speedily settled.
Beth the main Washington offices
of the Wesi-'tn Union and Postal
Tclcgiajh will be affoetcd. with al!
tiie private wires of the press asso
ciatiens and the immense amount of
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FROM THE
U. S. Department of Labor
If you are not advertising, then advertise because
it saves money for you and it reduces the price to
the consumer.
Advertising prevents profiteering. It insures
honest profits and makes them permanent.
The message of the U. S. Department of Labor to
merchants and manufacturers and to all progres
sive American business men is to advertise.
Tell the public about your goods. The consumer
has plenty of money. He is willing to spend it and
we-want him to spend it on American-made pro
ducts. The easiest, quickest, and most economical
way in which this can be accomplished is by adver
tising.
Start your campaign right now.
U. S. Department of Labor
? ROGER W. BABSON,
Director General, Information and Education Service.
W. R. WILSON, Secretary
traffic filed by the government seri
ously affected.
From his headquarters at the Na
tional Hotel, President Kcnencamp
authorized a committee of twenty
members to organized labor t" inter
cept a party of strike breaker?
brund from New Yoik to take tha
place of strikers in Atlanta? and
ui g; than tc turn back.
Atlanta. June 5.?Striking1 in sup
pott of telephone operators who quit,
work to ccnrpel reinstatement of
workers dismissed because of union
affiiliation, 2<>0 men and women tele
graphers employed by the Western
Union walked out today, incidentally
seeking adjustment of their own
grievances.
Telegraphers employed by the Pos
tal Telegraph Company will not be
callcd out. nor will the strike be ex
tended to other cities at this time,
declared Charles F. Mann, strike or
gan ize;\
S. J. Koneneamp, international
president of the Telegraphers' Union,
approved rlio strike vote taken by
the Atlanta telegraphers.
500,000 ON STRIKE IN PARIS
Paris. .Tune ?There ar<
at present 500,000 persons on strike
in France, according to an estimate
by the newspaper I.a Verite. Of
these 200,000 are in the metal trades
in the 'Paris region.
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Silk Skirts in Colors and White
Fancy Silk Skirts, in striped and checked effects;
made with fancy pockets and trimmed with self- coy
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Navy Blue and Black Taffeta Skirts in smart
styles, also moire and satin striped failles, in the
latest models $7.95
White Silk Skirts, in a variety of styles, priced
from $16.95 to $29.75
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Which has just been started in our modern laundry
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made new.
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