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INDIANA, imttng PENNSYLVANIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1922 NAMED IPOPE WILL ATTORNEY LEAVE VATICAN I'n., March Hi. In look after the legal mill- amin;v to Stale Health work i'ny .the Slate llcalli; Dr. K.lvv.'ird Martin (.'amtbria. Indiana, Smne' 1 - more I a in I countie. They Lumner. All.oomi: .1. Mork-y Johnstown; E. E. <'rep-., I'Vank It. Coder, Somerset: W. iVli-Fay.'li'ii, Gree SUCCESSFUL Crowd in Years I. A. A. Event Hall Last Night Musicians Order. NOTES (By InternaWonixl N*w» 8«rvio«.) ROME. Mairh Hi.—-f'ope Pins XI will break precedents on May 2!) by leaving the Vatican, accoiding to the (riornalc D'llalia today. The Pontiff's Pontiff's public appearance will occur at the time of the closing of the Euch- arislic ('oiuvress, For more than half :i century it has been ;v t •lulifion of the Church of Home I hat the Pope shall mil. leave the Vatican. LATR08E HOTELS WERE RAIDED ST, PATRICK'S DAY AND IRISH PEOPLE ARE FREE MRS. ZEIGLER HAS 88TH BIRTHDAY saw the 1. time this honors, the top in on A. A. boys, week, taking when they of the larg- Prohibition Agents Secured Secured Large Quantities of Contraband Booze in Surprise Visit to Neighboring Neighboring City. TWO ARE^CLEAN" Under th<> most, happy circumstances, circumstances, Mi'.-. Louise Hfigler celebrated her 88th birthday at the family home <lf>:5 East Oak street on Tuesday. Tlie honor quests received a number of pretty remembrances and the *-,n- ccre i^ood wishes from her many friends and relative• Among th» guests were her two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Kinghorn of Freeport and Airs. .1. M. Caldwcll of Seward. Leaders of New State Send Holiday Greetings Greetings to America —"But "~ ~ ~"~"~" One Voice Now, Says $M()KF OUT IN Alice Stoppford. OlfSUIXt UU I 111 DEVALER>TsiLENT hall was beautifully the- team's colors, while the large in- with the- team's , over-hanging the affairs to lie given in Lyric several years, in the giving first (benefit d<uu'o since three years a;.';o. can express the great felt iby Manager Creps in the large tournout of not only local .people, but of guesst, from nearby la"ge. with white A. A. engraverl not least comes the feature evening in the music- as Joe PVicdmun and his gang Virginians, an orchestra never had an equal in this on the ivories alone wa.« in himself, <-oming here leader of several years' .Sears, the little violinist, nowhere and. is widely throughout the United .States the cleverest musicians on circuit. Crianer, by his exceptional" ability on the trumphot, several solo seledjons. was out standing figures of the playing the stellc-/ pant of in "Dawn the Old Church the other figures in this were "Al" Smith on the tromib'ine and also noted as original orchestra, which /» (iovce of Federal prohibition agents, under the direction of Agents John A- King and Dan E. Dunmirc, yesterday, raided fiv<> hotels in La. trobe. When they returned to prohibition prohibition headquarters in Pittsburgh ate yesterday afternoon, they reported reported having confiscated whiskey and other intoxicating liquors in three of the hotels. The raids were made on search warrants obtained from the United States Commissioner. Tho largest seizure, according to the agents, was made in the Hotel Loyal, at filii Ligonier street, conducted conducted by .John Lee. They reported confiscating 19 quarts of vermouth 1~ quarts of grape wine, 12 quarts of Fernet, 10 quarts of Tokay wine, seven quarts of sherry wine and eight bottles containing bitters, which they said were found in the basement of the building. The agents reported confiscating a bottle containing a small quantity of whiskey behind the bar in the Hotel .McHenry in Railroad street. Wnen tht'v raided the Commercial Hotel at 91(5 Ligonier street the agents said they found a bottle containing 14 ounces of whiskey which had been locked in a refrigerator in a room ad. joining the barroom- They reported executing! search warrants at the Central Central Hotel at 1010 Ligonier street and the National Hotel at 533 Lloyd avenue, but found no intoxicating liquors. liquors. The liquors confiscated were taken to Pittsburgh and will be held pending pending action against the alleged owners owners . IJy DANIEL O'CONNKLL, 1. N. S. Staff Correspondent •DUBLIN, Mar. 1(5.- <Si. Patrick's Day this year finds Ireland under control of ithe L:ish people for the first time in centuries. Though political political views of the Irish people differ, there is general rejoicing over the nwwly won freedom. Tho InijM'nation- al News Service here which presents Si. Patrick's Day messages to the American people from leaders representing representing all shades of public opinion. iMrchael 'Collins, Minisr'|?r of Finance Finance in the Irish Provisional Government: Government: "This year finds Ireland shaking off the stranglehold of English domination. domination. Hitherto our work was to ;hake off England's grip. Now outwork outwork is to ibuild up the .Irish nations. We take up the woi'k with the same zest we had in the former task, it is not less noble or arduous. The Irish people express to their f-viends and kinsmen in Ihe United States appreciation appreciation for their generous assistance in the past. Friendship (between the two countries will continue. Ireland assures the American people that their faith in her will be justified." Ailhir.' Griffith, President of Bail Ivroann and [founder of the Sinn Fein: "Hitherto the national feast day found Ireland sinking further into ruin. This year sees the substantial freedom which 'Ireland gains under the Peace Treaty. Henceforth Ireland's Ireland's destinty will be in the hands of the Irish people, who are determined determined to undo the ruin that has been wrought and built up a free and prosperous Ireland that our friends in the United States may look upon wiith pride. We are happy to express o,ur appreciation to the American people of their support (of which we Continued on Pfijjc! 6 Column 5. BONUS BUZZ-SAW Republican Handlers of j Bill Will Get Harding Attitude As Soon As He Returns; Tired of Uncertainty. FAVOR IS SEEN JACOB BOYER DIED LAST Jacob Boyer, aged 00 fotmier resident of Indiana, the hojne of his daughter, Neal in Kossiter last evening past six o'clock. Death paralysis. Funeral services conducted in the home of his Noah 'Boyer on West Church Indiana, on .Saturday half-past one o'clock. In- made in Greenwood S, S, WORKERS MEET Dr. Lyell Rader, Country Known Be Principal Convention Three Sessions. PROGRAM By A. O. HAYWARD, I. N. S. Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON. Mar. 16.—Republican 16.—Republican handlers of the bonus buzz-saw in the House planned today to "smoke out" President IHnrding as to his attitude on the pending bill just as soon as the chief executive returns from his Plordia trip. Representative Fordney, of Michigan, Michigan, 'Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, declared he would go to the White House as soon as President Harding returns and endeavor endeavor to briatr about an announcement. announcement. Fordney will be accomipanie 1 by floor leader Mondell, Representative Representative Long-worth, Ohio; Representative Representative Green, Iowa, and other meimlbers of the Ways and Means Committee. They will urge acceptance of the bill as it stands. "We are tired of all this uricertain- ty about the Presidential attitude," they explained. "There have be«n hints and intimations of a Presidential Presidential veto and if there is to be one we want to know it." Fordney and others profess to believe believe that President Harding has not been correctly placed before the country as to his position on the pending bill. They assert that his objections objections were directed against Continued on Fage 5 Column 4. Much interest has over the convention 13, Indiana County Association, which been of Sabbath will A Tip To Our News Boys And First United Preslbyiteriah tomorrow ano'.-ning. There both a morning and afternoon in the Convention 'church, evening session in the Church at 7:30, P. M., when address will be given by Rader of Chicago, 111., most noted scientists in States. A full and detailed has been prepared for the "I note that the 'Sabbath of the above-mentioned township (Indiana and township), will hold a district tomorrow, Friday," said a "Being a delegate to Sabbath School Convention Altoona last fall it was my hear Dr. Rader and I feel one in the town and afford to miss hearing "Who is Dr. Racier? a chemist and has charge large laboratory connected Taylor University and became making T. N. T. safe. much more than a noted The last few yeat& the same, principles in depths of the Bible as he laboratory* iil Searching mysteries and you can with what results by he has to say- He is a big a big message. He is a humorist and a most fascinating speaker, not only holding his

Clipped from The Indiana Gazette16 Mar 1922, ThuPage 9

The Indiana Gazette (Indiana, Pennsylvania)16 Mar 1922, ThuPage 9
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