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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES POLICY DEBATE BIGS CLASH He's at it Once More asr?rs' rpociatlon convention row h-insr held in Chiairo. Mr. Dailey u r.i.4.iacr of Sj-rlngbrook pari; and Mr. Dunkle har.llf-s the put'licity fcr the local park. Various events are be-in held in the loop hotels and at VThite City, Chicago" largest anr.ie ment park. The delegates exptct to be Lack Friday mornir.p. I Phe'an's motion, cuttinp: ofT fur ther d-bate. On th.. Phelan motion, senators viitin? in its support were: Hepub-li.-ans. Caldcr. K!ffo. France. Knox. Lal-'olJette and W.idsworth. Total six. Ierr.ocrats Kin p. Phrlan. Reed. Thorr.as and Williams'. Total five. tirund total, 11. Sn. McLe.m. republican, of Con necticut, also oted acainst tabling tho motion but later withdrew his vote l.ecauso of a pair. 1 AT RFTMODITIi I-OOli HOOM. Rcmodeünp is at its height at th-- Koehler Ä: Schaefer cit;r store and pool room on S. Michigan st. Par titions aro beintf torn out and the walla repainted. Bu5iness is roinr on as usual but Mr. Schäfer says that the store will even l etter be able to accommodate its patrons aft er they are settled in their newly arranged quarters. Radicals and Conservatives Disagree at Labor Conference. - I I Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads Women's and Misses fancy Voiles, Organdy and Batiste Dresses, large selection all sizes. 12 OOL Off WQl) ooß OD lim V ATLANTIC CITV. N .7.. Jun 1 !V nadir.-il and mr. rvativo .!!-c it"-; ?tndir.? th rnnntrurfion cn .rr.tlori rf l)f American Ff.k rat ion Th rontrst, which aro-f ov r a rf--3l'jtion propoir. inauciratinn rf a policy of ir.ni.itivo ar.'l r'f rundum within th" ranks r.f oranizf-d la?. or. was marked ry a '!p!ay of l,:tt r ffltr.tr, whi'h as was th- r -. y--tTlr. r s-il: in th radikal -mnt h'-tn; rw-hinIy l-fv-at j A vr.tr on wh.-thr th'rf .-houM r a roll rail on thf r ' ;;t ion dis closed th'-r" w r only d l ;; it -O'U of aVo;;t of''" favoring th- m-i-.Hurr. 7 his was int-ri'r'-'l as r'rr'-s'-ntinc pvon mnrc than th r : ; t x I -mum ratio of raliral.s within ortiari iz! Jal.or. Th clash dvf-Jopd aftr a!! th rir If -tra t .-- radicals as wt !l as cn--rvativs had .doj.t-d unaiiiiiio j-.-ly a r"-oJutin ;i .-.-. ilini: I t n; a.'-f -r (fn--ral llnr!".-(.n fr his "hil.or jü-k-y" and raliinf: nr. Pr s'f ';!-n to rmovr. him. Inrin- th cmsiil' ra tion of tho resolution, which wa amonK' thf pr.tt nunih'T di iM.-d of today, tho j.o -f rna s t -r vTnral was f.r-vf-rlv critici.--d y 'If !"v it--s and t'Tiiif 1 an "adniinitr ati rnis!:t." No d- ! -ifit .- d-frnd f! Mr. I!urUs"n. ."'iim-s Committee A soon as thf initiativ and rf r- ndum resolution was rpnrfd, Japis I)uncan of Satt! d.'Iar'd th rt.e.tHiiro was for th f n 1 i t of the "rank and !:! of uork'rs." !! avcns.-d th rso!utions eoimnit t-. which T( oinnir n 1 f.an-rnn'Mii -en in th- rne.a-.ir af -it.i; in: p:-'. -Kn .H f and hoMim: th- 1 li f th rank and fw' was nor. int'll.---nt f iiou'h to consid r important iucs tions. "You preach ano.it lenio.-rafy and yet jou won't h it in o-k'a n'i:e! la':-or." hotly l'!ii.d the dl -i:ate. Ielevrate I o lit 1 lUhl of -tro;t. a nisi .I the cornm;tt and ortran:z-l lahor in genera! of Iesirin "to t hok' any new id as.' Charles O. hay of X.-w York. I I eira? or th thatriil .-?ae ,vori; ers. denied that organized la lor w.i s rncraed in throttling new idr-as, ad ding "we ,irr, hmvever. cn;'ai;t(l in killing o-.t 1 1 til nw id as h-sin l to kill th- Amerit an lahor organi zation as it today.' He asserted that he and many oth er leleK'ats were convinc-! th. la hor movement would he much h-tt-r orf with only half as many mem bers, if all these mem! eis were loy al. He invited "th other half" to pet on' or organized lahor and con tinue its efforts to hrinc about :-.' c : a. 1 revolutions outside of the organization. - -., . - - - - . .:. ' ' 4 s -- . . - ., : . .' . - '. . , , . 4 .v ..- .. , -., ' ; i - '. ..,;. ' . - .. i ". ;.... ; . - - -r-l - '-;.- 'J '' i -sj.r .J ; u - , . . ; . - - , w. f r ' J . - .. , ' , '.'. - ' ; ,. . ,- , .. :. . i v.V-V v; '-.;:. ,;-:' :; . .,:..?' .:W f ' . if. . h v- -4 , V' ' - . ; f ' . ' ' V, 'A'-, ,;".-.;r' y .-; ..: - C' ltr'r f t -: w ; : y- i- h: . ; ' -v .;r - ' ' ::. .::, ?i . y, -. - .... ' N't; .V. J ''i , l ''.:' ., n.- i z f i Ar -'v y--:?v.,n-r i,vy v'-y" -r vc k. or A " ri' villa. V ! 'rar.ri- -o 'V- . eommanb r of th Mexican rebel forces. American ' : h e n - 1 Cr..- Kl 'Ir.ii.d into Jttarr-z. Mexico, and forced the iel troo..- (,;it of tin- city. This photo of Villa was made durinff the i . u'i ! r trouble 1 1 1 '. 1 . BERLIN DOUBTFUL AS TO GERMANY'S BOLSHEVIK STAND j it th'.i! v. l.'-rflA' th's i-omes. :h-ur,'h it is fair t say that, as a aas-;. th (I.'iiiian peoph- are tir-I :' ar. ari-1 tiiiti'-'.- sni.i kiuK of war. and lon't want to hav to rs'a-t to I ! -oflsh'-d to notain th ir aims. Two Sals to Question. Over against what the worl.inc ma:i, the int Ib ' tual or radical may think, if nurse th : lies the class which wants to ilim; to the doc trines and customs of the past. Naturally, thb" lass wants to avoi! 1 o!hovism in the commonly a. -eepteil version of that institution And. its fforts manifestly tend to ward kepin in che k, a revolu tionary -pint that could conceivab ly wipe out the capitalistic systt in. In a nut-h( 11. hor. the situa ti-.n as it apptars to careful stmbuit: is this: (Icnu.'iiiy wants a new deal industrially and otherwise- and is t ndimr toward it all the time; but the majority want it without the ni'in ) stagnation and K'nral turmoil that marked bolshevism's birth in Ku.-s.a. system of 50 estahlishments scat urtil throughout the country. The local store will be closed honor of Mr. Kinney ull day Thürs ".a y. TWO LOCAL MEN ATTEND AMUSEMENT CONVENTIO! 1'. P. Tailey and W. V. Dunk! ire attendine; the United Fair Ma' News of City's Business World OWNER OF SHOE STORE CHAIN DIES SUDDENLY nrrni.iN. Jim? c.r-; many p' boishevi-f That is a nies-' tion one h'ars frpu-ntly in the ; lnitel Slates, aloi; with an -' pr ssed loubt that stu h an ait. ime; will result from h r prsent ndi- : tion. The ar.swnr here i the sanie it 1h lonl.tflll if . ma n" l: ! t th extremes to which !;uss;,ui 1 o'.si.e vists did. but that forth, r chant s in th- so, in 1, political anl i n.I ust r i.i 1 : '" Kinney, own.r of th local j .structure can and may be effected js shoe ompany. Ji, d s;:dd-nly Tucs Krantvd lv the k.r.est ohs.-rv.-rs ; -y e ninu. ii-oi'e I?inil. the lo I'.ut. ly and lar.:e. the ;..rman h ts ', ! str manat,'T. was intimately been te Ion- act utorr.ed to taking ac-riaint. .1 with Mr. Kir.r.ey and had or.l.rs. to l.-i,lins- an onl-r.-l. u i. t ' I ' I u n t ! ' Vl.-it.-.l th.- latter at his ( life, to suddenly burst out :::t. the h,,riiM in s' v' y,"'K ' :"- ; extreme . f 1 -h e i--Tn . m the j The corporation started t n years i other hard, tvw.v.r. lore :s a p..s- : 1:: .rly. X. V.. with a small Mb Hit;, that a .-.. iatism more t-.,r i v aj.'.tab u.v th, oni!-ir.e,1 reotir..v-s na. hirej- than atiytluru this . .. untr . "f" th" oMiipaiiy amount to $li""- has so tar cxj'cri n- .-d. will -op.-.c to " ! p.ls. I I'l'oni one small -tore h,s become. IladicaN Want Social. -m. t!;r.-:e.k t!.e . -1oit.f Mr. Kinney, a; The radicals. rr::iüit on h-d-he - j . ' vim. want to s. i ap:tai:-:n iloi'.e nway with, and are anxious t ha a s.'i i lisri instilled w h: h wi make the -u'. f l.tw..:i ili.-.-.s n;irked than now. How-r. they lel!ee in effct:': tins u: .ulu.ui;. and without hbodsh.ed and riotir.u' They do m-t clai'u that the so . sv5tem must r.-'---- irilv ! . ir.stalb.'. Don't Add Rent to Your Furniture The HOME FUR NITURE CO. is out of the hi;h rent district, so you oiiIy pav ' for furniture. "HOME'5 Furniture Company 326-28 S. Michigan St. KILL MO NT RAISE BEER BAN Senate Tables Rider to Ap propriation Bill by Vote of 55 to 11. TV.SHrNC.T "'X. June 1?. A mo tion by iMn. Phe'an. democrat. Cali fornia, to add a rhier to the agricul tural appropriation bill proposing exemption of beer and wine from war time prohibition was tabled la the senate late Wednesday. to 11. Sen. Phelan prjosl suspension of senat rules barrincr his rider, which requires a two-thirds major ity. He spoke hrietly in support of limiting the war time prohibition act to distilled spirits only, but no discussion cani from i'iolii. l ion .oi-vocat-s'. When Sen. Phelan concluded. Sen. Gronna. repuhl:-an, of North Da kota, in charge if the aKiicultural appropriation bill, moved to table That are Dainty and Durable, Cool and Comfortable, Sheer and Summerv at our b i g store in abundance. Unusual mid-season yalues now on sale. THE STAR STORE South Bend's Most Popu lar Shopping Place. MICHIGAN and WAYNE ii iPECIAL wqj)oqPq)J WATCH US GROW- S. W. Corner Michigan Street and Jefferson Blvd. Fir. P I mm UL.HW uuLmga pi DENTIST Cor. Michigan and Wayne Struts, over Star Store Better Dentistry Moderate Price OLD LOCATION This office is thoroughly remodeled and equipped for the purpose of giving to the people of this vicinity better den tistry at moderate prices. Dr. Carson, who is in charge, is It 1 & l t 1 C Q..tl HaM J kitrinn Uaan ä a f n V. Well Known lO me people Ul Juuui ucuu, uavu.t; uwwi taiuu- lished in northern Indiana for 34 years. Twenty-Two Years in South Bend WHEN THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE It says to many South Bend men 'Time for lunch at THE WASHINGTON." THE WASHINGTON res taurant and self-service caf eteria is Converting South Bend men and women into "clock watchers' But after a delicious lunch in this cool, airy, homelike place, they're ready to dive into the work like the Yanks went after the Huns. Your clock is trying to help you. The next, time it strikes "12," just slip under your hat and follow the crowd to the WASHING TON. After that you'll be glad to join the ranks of "Clock Watchers." AT MAIN AND WASHINGTON 5 egeiaiMes Must be fresh this w e a t h e r to re tasty. Ours are fresh every morn ing and they're carefully selected. Yes, we deliver Free. "The Home or Bell will call FerndelP The Fernde Grocery and Market Corner Main and Colfax. Bell 382; Home 5382 AI Wben you think of Uomcfur ntsblnB think of "Sailors. ! ES i ri 4 Plenislimö tnc Guest Room tut :itj-.,I th it th- oUt; lit t" "!!. 1 thfv o-!r.i';.4in that t.. r.iu. h t th- 1 k:i;.-'-r'. h ?;.:!.;" h.s ' -r. ! -, tnir.r d. Iri!i2try hl nr.. 5 rcv ;". chances .r.' th. r v. h.:t: "!:. ' 'i; thoso rror ir.:-it:-:-s h r.. - t r f h into th it'.uu- ! F.r l::- i:ano. in -a.h f:v". : . r r.:- : r f staMihnif nt th v- i- a h-:r;t h- r.it." or f: r.- i'. . h .!--."; s ih.. industrial rnl ;. ..f th. -.t r .-i. r 1 1 -Ul.kr p!.io. Th tn.-hr i' :.- i . of union within .4 ur Th- ous tra-ls still h. - th .r Union., hut in .ni ht. :; lh- o. ui. cils Kr,vrrn i h i irt;.-'.:'. .r . .-,(! lishir.r.t with, ut r ;r.i ( rafts o::;; '.. - . Want Horn IV.tOt ltrf to1. Th S' -!uno;N -lo r."' j'.r';. ij-.iV in po'.iti. s dir. -t!y. tut :t 1 - - Cvahl- I'rfir. :h:s ;.:-:r. r- may l..t.-T arl- 4 pi in n:.r . -r like th- r.';-. in v .irk:;.r:i'. an soldi n' rour.i :'.s t S ' : !s Howi-vt-r, th -!. h r is that ritt: i'.;y - : and w.t .th tl-.f rt : I .h--.. r of no. i:.il t.:.-.s. i -r r: .a ill '.- r.rh "f th.- f.Ti:.. r.t u h: -h h mark' i h- r r'-r.t i tit..' she u;i' flti! i' ;t t-.n'iv t' : 1 : a sit.- i ..- Hut. th- sanity c i h. : a- s. a- Th. wrrl-.!!;,:!.'. m ii r- ;t. h- ;:. ir.: hira a jrratr :.tr ::: t:. HlOW to furnish, i i economically and well, the guest-room which is infrequently used, but so important when occupied. Wh 1 1 f m STARTING FRIDAY MORNING v.-:::;v-.hr,;r is a problem that we can i ! .li;iu!i.;!.;..;i.,!l.!i!;;ii Ö HI I 1 ' ' i i d il I' 1 1 rr I i I I ' -LT tv-r solve fcr you. We commend some inexpensive but tasteful suites, in white and ivory and black enamels. Among the embellishments employed in these suites are tinted carvings, painted panels, cane inserts and decorative drawer pulls. Comfortable Beds , Dainty Toilet Tables , Commodious Bureaus, Handy Lingerie Chests and Chiffoniers and Winsome Chairs are to be found in various woods and finishes, at moderate prices. Many of cur choicest offerings at reasonable prices, were made and decorated in the celebrated shops of Berkey & Gay. Sale iff! T S5 M il Lh SLIGHTLY WATER SOAKED Lightning struck the Sprinkler System in the Lamb Shirt Factory last Thursday and water took the starch out of the neck bands of 45 dozen high grade Racine shirts. We bought these shirts from the Insurance Company and place them on sale tomorrow at a ridiculouly low price. Nothing is the matter with them only they need starching. Most of them have detachable soft collars to match. Every-one was made to sell at $3.50 and $4.00. Get your share while thev lasL at . . j v . : i Li Don'! Miss This Opportunity Come arly k i il IS !! I 1 9 I 'ri 1 f E r H s i: is i ! iwnitute Co, things of l;tf t.1...-. h has . . Lefcre, w nh f v. r -,v r'r. r h ! 1. . . , and better y.ty tl.a:i h- h.:.l t:r..l. r thf r. lm of ; !-- .-.r 1 s li. in.'.iir't;".""' f..'.!'','.MM'''''.''.,lM'Ml:,MM1!'M(lt''l''!M!'',nrl'''!ll!,''''',''''',,'''''''MMI't'M"..tii.iiii W S3C