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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - February 7, 1920, Altoona, Pennsylvania The Altoona Mirror saturday Feil 7, a to watch our announcement in mondays Issue of this paper it will be of interest to to u = aug Otto lowest Price leaders Mead to Root out fit 609 a a Jil Avi fib Childre lingering starvation now facing austrian Republic by associated Presa i even in America our government has Paris feb. 5.�?lingering starve j tried for some time to counterbalance Tion is facing the austrian Republic i Price differences for our people by the plight of which has grown con making it partly a state charge but Sider ably worse in the last two months our Means Are exhausted. There is said or. Lowenfeld Russ austrian now no other alternative than to make state Secretary of food administration Ute customer it by full prices but our to the associated press today. Or poor population cannot afford to buy Lowenfeld Russ who is in this City j even the Small rations we Are Able with or. Reusch Aust Rian minister of i to distribute. Finance to raise funds to Avert a 1 a general under nutrition in the big famine in his country took a very i towns especially Vienna is the Cense gloomy View of the situation and j que Nee. Tho absolute want of fuel pointed out the absolutely necessity makes the situation still worse and if obtaining immediate Relief. All Relief measures undertaken Espe a Relief granted in december by the a tally by americans can bring no of supremo Council when Importuno in infective help. Mortality figures regard a rotations of hour to Austria were Ling children have reached fantastic or. Lowenfeld Russ said Heights. There is no remedy for this a postponed to a certain extent the situation except the granting of sufi food crisis but was far from giving i client credits for a Long term. By such definite safety to the country. Tho Means we would be Able to buy food general food situation can be Char stuffs at reasonable prices and perhaps a Terizer As lingering starvation. Our improve the rate of Exchange. T he necessities so far As Lour is concerned motion brought before the american no covered until the first of March i Senate i for the Extension of credits to but this is Only providing transports Austria is our Only Ray of Hope in arrive in time. This direction but the situation is so a depreciation of our currency which bad in Austria we cannot wait until Lias fallen in Switzerland to less than these credits Arn granted or until 2 per cent of its original value deprives foodstuffs bought with their Aid will us of every possibility of buying food arrive in Europe. In the worlds Market. A Dollar which i a the presence of Herr Treusch and was Worth 5 crowns before the War myself in Paris is for the purpose of is now Worth 350 crowns and thus i pointing out to the reparations Eom we have to pay for importations sixty Mission the necessity for immediate times their pre War value without measures to i event Complete i Terruj counting the great increase in prices Tion of the food supply.�?��?�.j.a.w.a.-,.1.1. A. Tit Altoona specially co. 910 Green Avenue specializing in Banta refrigerators a double air 99 locked for All purposes phone 1428-Mvav. Sub title of american film constitutes most menacing threat to vaunted English purity of speech. Big Bill presented to american army of occupation Many of petitions Border yith 1,10 am or Vicau town Niju a a9kin� 1 damages on Tho Contention that Tho my on tire humorous. Been killed by an american military policeman who was chasing distributed of contraband liquor submitted a claim to the americans for 250,000 Marks contending that her Solo support had been taken from her. The americans maintained that the German had been killed by Tho american Soldier who was acting within his rights in line of duty. Tho claim was disapproved. Some of the claims Are humorous. Last summer Tho 80th division borrowed a Goat for a circus at its head garters. Recently a claim was filed Fly associated press american Headquarters Coblenz Germany feb. 7.�?claims for damages to streets buildings farms and even individuals All reputed to have been done by american soldiers or american equipment of some kind since the army of occupation reached the Rhine aggregate something More than 5,,Ock Marks. Those allowed total approximately 250,000 Marks. Many claims Are unique and some without any justification. A woman who contended that her facial appearance had been marred for life owing to cuts caused by flying health of the Goat had been injured. This claim was pigeonholed. A Rhineland Farmer recently demanded five Marks for a bean Polo alleged to have been stolen by an american Soldier. An Katimy id in min loll heard the Case and threw out the claim on the ground there was to evidence to show that an american had committed the theft. Coast offers nothing. Democratic delegates will get no thrill on Pacific coast. San Francisco cal., feb. 7.�? t Hose who May come to san Francisco at the time of the democratic convention the latter part of june with the Glass duo to an explosion at an am idea of experiencing a thrill by visit Minnif inn Niin cent ill t no or inn oar i. _ j a a in terms�?13 Days credit or cosh a one Day Sale of brooms there Are 75 dozen brooms in this Sale excellent Quality carpet brooms in fact it is one of the Best values offered to the Public in a Long time it will pay you to buy several at this Low Price As there is no purchasing limit. There positively will not be one sold at this Price before 7 a. In. Or after 7 p. In. On the Date of this Sale. Each saturday february the 7th Trade at a Shaffer store. There is one in your neighbourhood. You will find it economical amp convenient. I a ii 111 in p i i a is munition dump sent in the modest i a a let a a. A in a. I. A i ii i intr to 10 j Jar a it a to v. Oust w ill in disclaim for 250 Marks. It was allowed. 1 a i another woman whose husband had arf7in Ai i i j a Many of the resorts celebrated in i Story and verse As the scenes of Des a Perate adventure where cheap boarding House operators commonly known As a crimps a freely plied their Trade of Shanghai ing sailors for uns Crudu a ions sea captains arc permanently j closed. Others have but the name of the places that once flamed with color music and revelry. Long before National prohibition was generally considered a possibility a bar a Bary coast a a Section of Pacific Street extending Back from the Bay front a half dozen blocks to where Chinatown touches Tho italian District had been rendered innocuous by the prohibition of the Sale of liquor in the Long Row of dance Halls there. The main artery from this District to Market Street san Francisco a principal thoroughfare is Kearney Street Dwiere once it is declared within an hour enough reckless spirits could be picked up to Start almost any sort of desperate Enterprise. Now Kearney is one of the quietest and most respectable business streets. Try associated press Lon Don Fob. 7. England tap prehensile lest the vocabularies of Lier youth become corrupted through incursions of american Slang. Trails Atlantic tourists Iii England note with interest Tho frequency with which resort is made to a Yankee talk Quot by British song and play writers seeking to enliven their productions. Bands and orchestras throughout the country when playing popular music play american selections almost exclusively. American songs monopolize the English music Hall and musical comedy stage. It is the sub title of the american moving picture film which it is feared. Constitutes the most menacing threat to vaunted English purity of speech. A the child at the picture is picking up a new language from Tho Slang american films a says a critic in a contribution to the London daily news headed a it he vulgar a i visited two picture Heaters today for the express purpose of collecting Slang phrases and of noticing the effect of the new language on the child As Well As on Tho adult. What the villain said to Tho hero when Tho latter started to argue with him was a Cut out that dope a and a Hundred piping voices repeated the injunction. The comic Man announced his marriage to the Belle of lumber town by saying to a of course the american child can comprehend these tilings much better than Tho British child who is quite unfamiliar with such phrases imagine a child going Home to Mot her and asking the meaning of a Fly we May Admire the tenseness of the phrase a forget it hut does Tho sub title a the Buna gone Daffy convey anything to a theater full of Cockney a in another picture a Man trafficked secretly with indians exchanging bottles of a tire water for heaver skins was sub tit led a Tho Bootlegger. A f j of much attention cannot be paid to the care of your Teeth but when one of them starts to decay nothing can save it except treatment by the dentist. The time to treat a tooth is when it first show of deterioration. Dismantle conservatories. Vienna feb. 7.�?the great Rothschild conservatories famous throughout Europe have been dismantled because of Tho Lack of Coal. A a it Nna Florist bought the wonderful collection of plants. I Iii he 111 n i rugs of Good Quality we have exceptionally Low prices on Brussels Axminster and Wilton velvet rugs this month. It will mean quite a saving if you make your Purchase this time. A Deposit will hold any Rug for future delivery. The regular meeting of Tho Blair county Republican league held last evening in the March Hall was enlivened by a discussion of a proposal that at a future meeting Tho respective merits of the various candidates for the presidency to considered but the majority appeared to oppose the idea and no action was taken. Vice president John in. Stouch presided and Tho committee on revision of Constitution and by Laws reported through j. E. Rininger. The report will be adopted at Tho next meeting. The idea of holding an open forum for the discussion of presidential possibilities was suggested by j. Kell who thought it might prove an interesting diversion and would attract a Large attendance and might to the Means of determining the popular sentiment in Tho Community. The suggestion was strongly opposed by air. Touch James Foust w. If. Neaffer ii. E. Deshong Samuel Mccurdy j. E. Rininger and James p. Bartley the consensus of whose views was that a it is too soon to discuss presidential Chester r. Anthony spoke in advocacy of the plan reminding the clubman that others Are discussing Tho merits of candidates. No formal motion was made and nothing was done although vice chairman touch ruled that there was nothing to prevent such a discussion if the club wished to have it. Short talks were also made by i rank l. Knode Fred a. Bell and Charles a. Piper following which the club adjourned to meet at the Call of president Hicks who promises to have a speaker Here to address t lie league. Cossacks hold Congress one Delegate from every regiment will attend All russian meeting. Berlin feb. 7 an All russian Congress of cossacks to be held in Moscow beginning feb. 15, is announced in a wireless message from Moscow the farm established for the elections provides for one Delegate from every Cossack regiment or individual military Section one Delegate from each Cossack tillage with less than 5,000 inhabitants and two delegates from each Village with More than 5,000 residents. The subjects to be discussed include the political position of soviet Russia the establishment of the soviet regime Iii Cossack territory and the elections of the Cossack Section of the All russian soviet. Many serbian cripples. Situation As to wounded and disabled soldiers is piteous. London feb. 7. Sir John Lynn Thomas the widely known orthopaedic surgeon of Cardiff who returned recently from Serbia says the land is tilled with cripples Many of whom a could be cured or improved ii modern orthopaedic methods were available. The state of the wounded and disabled soldiers of Serbia is said to be piteous. These men Are without tile simplest appliances and the country lacks surgeons with the requisite knowledge of new methods. The serbian red Cross society Iii great Britain invited serbian surgeons to come to England and study British orthopaedics. I Heyhoe Marke 1518-20 eleventh ave. Cob 61 St a to on starting monday at 8.30 a. M. A a Mammoth Sale men s army hip boots menus u. S. Army hip boots genuine first Quality sizes 7, 8, 9, to and la $8.00 value during this Mammoth Sale at exceptionally Low Price of $4 .45 \ every Man who works outdoors should take advantage of this special Opportunity / new Triplex Springs Iron out the wrinkles of the rough roads / the wrinkles of rough roads seem smoothed out completely by the wonderful Springs of Overland 4 Sedan. These Springs hold the wheels to the Road while the passengers ride in even Comfort. The astonishing qualities of these diagonally attached Triplex Springs have created an utterly new Conception of Light car Riding ease. Best of All this heavy car kind of Comfort is now obtainable with Economy in fuel and tires and remarkably Low Upkeep Cost. Overland 4, four door Sedan is started and lighted by the Auto Lite two unit system. It has u. S. L batteries. It is equipped with All the latest car essentials and conveniences. The Sedan weighs Only 200 pounds More than the touring car Overland 4 touring $94$ roadster $94$ Coupe $152$ Sedan $l$7s Prien. 0. A. Toledo. Ems decl to change uni soul notice Altoona Overland company Bell phone 537 900 Green ave

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