Bedford Democrat Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 3

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Bedford Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bedford, Indiana Ready made suits Are Good business Many men who Haven t Felt they could be satisfied with Leidy made suits in the past Are being satisfied with them now. They found the custom tailor s prices High too High they bought ready made clothes for the saving. Then they found they were getting the finest tailoring possible Fine All Wool fabrics Correct style a Good fit they la never change Back now. Get ready for warm weather buy one of our Palm Beach or mohair suits we. H. Cosner the Home of Hart Schaffner amp Marx clothes. F copyright 1920 Hart Schaft nor amp mar opera House to night Kau Versal Jetco a $500.000 it eduction Ide race of a a Hulk Ifie veiled it cell rain of Siam oui tie murder in the mosque the dash of the Black horse brigade across the desert the fight in the streets of Stamboul the Dagger j3uel in the Sheik s harem the fiery Romance of a beggar girl and the Gallant Captain of the Black horse loopers the lavish arabian flights atmosphere of the production. These Are just a few of the never to be forgotten features of the year s most stupendous picture. Now playing. Stari Ini Ama Sfer Pio Duflon by Ama Sfer a a Ted a go a to created admission Balcony adults 30c. Lower floor adults 40c.children 20c. Children 20c.War tax warfare was ust card secret records just made Public show Germany s bad plight urged by people and a rms a things cannot get worse Quot declared von Hindenburg. Quot the War must be shortened by every possible berlins secret protocols on the Suh Marine War now made Public include an account of the conference held at i less on january 8 and Al. 1917, Between Field marshal von Hon Denbury. General Ludendorff and Admiral von Holtzen Ortr. And other naval officer. Admiral von Holtzendorff advocate unrestricted a boat War toward which he asserted the German emperor and Chancellor von Bethmann Hoh Wec seemed to be lukewarm. He added that von Bethmann wanted to make diplomatic preparations in order to keep the United states out of the War and that the foreign office believed that if the unite Ltd states came in South America was bound to follow. During the course of the con Erra ton von hoi Niendorff ured that von Hindenburg become Chancellor the latter repeatedly refusing saying he i could not talk in the Reich stae. War must be shortened. The Field Marsh Fri finally declared for the a boat Campaign on the basis of War with the United states. Quot things cannot get he said. Quot the War Njust be Sho Teneil by Erera possible general Ludes Dort agree Ltd with this and von Holtzendorff continued i Quot the people and army Are cry ii out for unrestricted a boat j another document gives an account j of the conversation Between Klem marshal von Hon Denbury. Go neral la j Send Orff and Chancellor i it a Bethmann Hollweg at Pless on january 9 j 1017, at which von Beth Iann said Quot a boat War is the card. It is a 1 very grave decision. If the military authorities regard it As indispensable i am not in a position to deny armed against All. Field marshal von Iii Devil org replied Quot we Are armed against nil eventualities against the United Stales get Era j Mark Holland and Switzerland. To need the most and energetic i action and therefore unrestricted to a boat War from february 1. The a War must end quickly. We could hold on. But our allies could general Ludendorff then further sex. Planned How unrestricted a boat warfare would Benefit the army which j he a Deil Quot must be Sparel another i Coninie von Beth Jinn Hollweg a Lecla Reil America s Aid. If she conies in. Quot will consist of foodstuffs flt or end haul financial assistance flying Nijiu ii Ines and a Volunteer Tuuling Quot we will fix them All Chancellor von Bethmnnn-ilolhveg., in agreeing to adopt a lie cd it i it of advocated ventured if Switzer Jan a connies in. And the French it Jirine through there Quot Quot that would not he favo Nible Fnu no a military Point of View Quot said von Hindenburg. F Low Cost High value for a few Days we will give a tube free with every casing sold at Price fully guaranteed Choice of four Standard brands. Ford size Only. Figure out the is Martin Heltonville Indiana Frank d. Hatfield �h0.ne1 1phonb Quality a my so a vice masonic Temple Coal Eastern Kentucky Indiana no. 4 Ai no. 6. Phone 145. J. Henderson amp sons for taxi Call 398. Roy Parham. Osteopathy helps All cures Nany injures none. It regulates and adjusts the human machine for the cure of both acute an Ltd chronic ill. No charge for office by or. Perry Only in Lawrence county. Phone 85. New offices. Masonic Temple. Hid from army four years four years More in jail. From conies a wanting to slackers the world Over. J it an Simon love Ltd at Louen France when the War broke out. He did not relish risking his life against the germans but in a country where conscription is rigidly enforced. One can shirk the draft Only by hiding. Simun hid himself in a Bam so effect Lovely that he was found Only last year. Now after being con it Leone Ltd by a court martial. He will be hidden from the world for four years More and All that time he will do hard n. Smith successor to Burton amp co. Insurance a surety Bonds Over Franklin s drug store wanted 50 pairs shoes to repair each Day. Goodyear shoe repair shop phone 43. John Meno w. R. Martin lawyer a my no a i Wmk a win Bedford Indiana increase in Grain crops International agricultural Institute estimates jump in i Ilia and Argentina. Ottawa in the Grain crops of India and Argentina during the coming season Are estimated by the International Institute of agriculture according to advice s received Here by the department of agriculture. The Indian wheat crop for lit2t is estimated at 3g4.tmx .0 0 bushels. This j is an increase of 84,�0 mi00 bushels Over last year and is 10.000.000 in sex j Cess of the average for the five years j ending in 1�18. The Corn crop of Argentina Isey to mated at 2ri8.g92.000 bushels compared with 224,000,000 bushels last year and a five years average of 106,000,000 bushels. R. L. Mellen attorney h4viat it Tom in Ike a vim will a Fatmi at of fkr to Liaa Twriz m. O Brien insurance a a Al estate and Loans Mke Oer 5 and 19e a we. Smitti de Square rooms 3 and 4 Bedford if at Firat Yoh Dent 8uccm4�?. Oelo Bui a Crai Alii a. A Kapum. Atty Salman. A a Bof Al Oral Liaw of cola Baa unto been mar Elfid and divorced. Of Cire jn0t obtained Belr third Maiv rage s Walls insurance and real estate Loans in # walk m no 210 1ey a for Sale a
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