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   Western World, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Des Moines, Iowa                                Major Holloway spoke of the condi tions in India Egypt Africa and AUK lions of tons oi wheat nut ricf from India while neonlo wore left to starve to cleaih The progress of Canada ns comnnrrd wiih hat of United States was set forfJi When tlie great German military juggernaut wcis rolling toward antl it scorned the French capitaliva to lie destroyed When the Knglisli were flghtlng with their backs Io the wail we slewed in rmci them and saved Francs from nnnllillAlloii Wo pilirt our debt Io France now what about owe Ire land not as UllKili fts we owe Franco but ten times more Aro we going to pay one and let theother go at the hequest of England When George Washington sent word to congress to dpntl him money to clothe feed and arm hs or the cause was lost and when congress liacl no tnoiiey a small Kroup of men ia Philadelphia gathered together all their worldly goods and sent Washington in hose days an enormous sum and all of tliosc men were members of The Friendly Son of Si Patrick Ot the 55 men ivho gathered in Philadel phia to sign tlie Declaration Inde pendence 0 were born in Ireland John Hancock tUe first to sigu was an Irishman Tic man who fired be first gun in Hit revolutionary war was an Irishman fifty per cenL of VTash Ingtons army were Irish Lord Clin ton SKld they no win because no many of fighters were Irish It took four Englishmen to conscript onn Irishman and when they got him over here us soon as it got dark he over to the other side and in the morn In ET was shoolin hell out of the British Unless imperialism 15 hrotfMi peace cannot come continued Major Hollowly Ha pleaded for the reali zation of the ideals for which our hoys fought and lied you sec a dumucraey recognize it This country lias recognized 11 republics since the signing of the armistice The Irish people are the last white race In bondage A free Ireland means n free world and enslaved Iru lend a fight between God and dark ness At the conclusion of Major Ilolloways address an opportunity was given to tliose present to Join the association and hundreds availed themselves of the privilege THE WESTtmv WOHMT The fallowing resolutions werfl adopted No 1 ive the citizens of tho United States of America endorse the aclJon u lie rlsh people In he es tablishment of their Republic ami plndgd nunelves to put forth our unit ed efforts to lay before our fellow Xo 2 That we urge Hie Senators and fruiu tn to uso Uicir Influence to IK recognition of the liiiili IlemiMk liv lieSuVunlnleut of flic United Stales NV 1 Thit wo unnnlmonsly con demn the present reign of terror in United by the British garrjsprj I Irohiid including Hie burning of ih of Cork an i other towns ih lestrunion nnd pillage of prlvaU Hie demolishing nt erani cries antl industries the torturing am killing of defenseless prisoners ans tlie outrages upon women including nuns in convents the nssn sin niton am imprisonment of Catholic priests an other forms of savagery before whicTI our present civilization stands aghast Ko 4 That we commend mosl heartily the steps that have been ttikon for the relief of ho suf ferins Irish people ami plmJge OU7 support to any effort that may be madci to this tnd through atilhorata tive sources Vo That IVP protest against lit ilonnrlallon of lxrd Mayor nonilrl 0CilIaglian and urge thtLt he hf treated the consiideration dm ftrni as a ilistingufehei citizen of the Irish nnd the democratic illy elected mayor of one oE Us 1m port a nt municipalities also aairibi tilts violation of ihe traditional pel try of our government fonn liltion in according the right of re fugts and anylum to the citizens of freedom Xo C We commend the iiress ot Iowa for whist it hiK done in the PreKpntation of tlie Irish nuestion auiJ we urge the officers of this body in their v sir ions cnmniunitifjs to bo on lie alort for inaiiciouM ottucka nnd to heever ready to present the truth No 1 Thiit in the pursuanceof the principals of his organization vro ptedse ourselves to bear always in mind tliat our Jim allegiance ami our duty are Io tlie Republic of the United States and that shall not do or permit to be done in our name anything contrary the best inter est oi the United States No P That a copy of these resolu tion be furnished the iiress the President of the United States our Senators ami Representatives in Con press also hat Iteration Ko 5 be Wired to Secretary of Stale Colbv Secretary of Labor Wilson No Rcsnlvcfl that we extend our thanks to the Des Moincs Council of the American Association for tlie reuoenitiQiL of the Irish Republic for tUe many courtesies extended to the DES MOINES THURSDAY JANUARYS Im HuspocKnlly slUmiillftl JU Hrv T IV nnimill niahoj nf Pos Moiiicj Kov J Mnllny lirV 0 J SmafJ Lun Uev J 1 Mm Iliy Sioux Citv John Oalvin Ioun cil llluffs Opal llolini IXis Molncs John McXilltj Fort DiKlBc Joo McCormick Corlar RapiiH Tlio fulloivliif were convnitlon ilclc HOV W CALDWELL Funeral Director 723 Sixth Avenue Phone Market 538 I BETWEEN LOCUST ON 7J2 SOMETIMES DISAGREE for Women Ruilt on three dislincc Itusls to fit the three types of feet as described beJow GOOD LOOKING TOO Come in and See This Shoe OlTKTAItF ORDER BY MAIL J Miaa Opal Doling Jamfs V llarl Miss Miirsarrl Mlsa Jean nolle MurpJiy TrRtik J Doniihou Jo erfi Beh o a J Goott wln OhiirlOB Clltonnell Miss Mary K Kiirkc Patlick H OBrlon Ilnymonil Wrjplit llnrnuin John H Trarfev Churllon Hci J OSulllvan Hum Ijohlt Ruv Thoiims J Iivem Ma son City HBV P S OCoiinar lion ILyan Gco A Kolej Hey J F Coslello OulhUc Cenler Hey T P Murphy Bayanl Hoy M J OConnor Jefferson r J Murphy Knoxvillf Tier M A OConrwli Jlus catiiif John I Kreen Mssler son lowa Cily T Rev Win Slintuv tian Eldora James Tro nev T J Ellshnri Rev P P Lnrkin Kniincisburg Roy L J Sayagc P OClrady Fort Dodge Ilev w P Des mond Hev Hiiinphries W llfiiro Dr I ixjivry MC HI Rev J JGriCTin Ueorge town William Ilrnlhers J T F JuilKe reen Mr Jjuiiairi T Jv Kernan Jolm iMcCoy Edward Ianfly Eihyarf Dunn Kenkul Mrs Miitla Crosier Mri Mary nonnhoo Lion Kev J C MiJior Lost Xatiun Krv O J Kmnll Masonville Hey ODouinH Mason City Rey p f OConnor E G Dunn Mrs S G rook Mnssena Itcv P K ODonnell P H HiLllIean I Mc Cflrvilk1 Sioux tily Very Itov T 1 McCarly Jlev J J Murphy T P Clary Rey M T OCoimoll Wall Hoy James Slaltery Brnila KUvnrl Downey Waterloo L F Mc Uiiryry Riv J M Mnllny Hoy F Slnttery C B Huston A Connolly rset Tlcv Luke Ilimkott Weal Libirly Hcv Kissane Akron FiMiicis Wreij Allies Krr J 31 ijihell fliul Joseph Juilge 3ns Mar Atlantic A L Moreland Miss Ruth Mordaml Miss Music Marsliall Her P X JlcParniolt T F Jnin hin T P Brohony Attflulion Leon Hyan Ceo A iFoley IF V Coaiello Uarnum Hey J L Filzpa trick Bayard J p Murrane Marv Clonti Mary Cox Burlington Hey James Cilrtln li J Canny Carroll C Ilealey Ueo ODonnoll Jtev Stephen llntkr Cellar Joe McCormick Charles City C W llc jnillen M J Lofms Omrchyillo Rey P J Casrv James lavin Tom IValsh Claire P 11 Cain Clinton Rev J A Murray Council BlulTs Albert MrCInn Rey LM Culjiane John 11 Galrin T J Lcary Col M A Tinley ljn B Reardcti Llutn iiiings I A Hanrnhan Davenport Ada K Cannon M V Gannon llov I J Murphy licv s Davis ir J Toiler Vail J 1 McCnrinack Foi da J P Mullein J II LynHi Otliim wa It F Moroney Albia M C Pal VCS 1 rr Hicllllionrl iForist Citv Rey P Cretan Aincs Cas Mar tain DulnuiuG T J Hal hue J J Murphy Waiikot Key D Khcthy Hiooklyn Itcy 1C w liar ron atnart T J Shaw J K Cnlro Gen 0 Ryan Amlinitc iillni Helm olin Saund ers Hov Apileliy nelter and Moreover it IK not known iliit the siuie jiiojiiiiils of tlii djj nisliT wlUih nloivcl tliis waiTjorgenei01 in his trillions cam paign were givcn over to the re ing1 of th3 biblknl narrollvcg stTlbing the he wns endeav to Hike or had And ivha mora edifying ontry ol victorious officer Into the Holy City Jlero indeGd onfi ttmls a parallel witlj JIurdclLHti Crdfrey oi Houillon ind so many other sterling Chr tions Holy Sepufcfire Guardianship Blame tins bepn itMohel to Gc oral Allenby for returning the ko Hasilica of tic Holy Sepulcli ECOII hat tlo qncslfen of Places Is not a Uriiisb one nlan thtirpfore undrr the all thtl tbe fineral cotiltl do was it respeci the ttstus quo awaihrp tbe Uorlsion of the properly appointed Commission this state of continues thf two Turkish families in charge of the entrance to the Enslliea are following out the old system opening antl ihe ilfinra wt the established hours nml us in the are still piM by the commutiltfes living in he Holy Sepulchre To avohl any of the Inconveniences iMiich formerly vis litinid tlirough the Indifference de or iioslect of these Turks sol diers of tlie Allied Nations mcmnt guard in at he door of the UIFJ Hca to supervise and enforce the prompt ami punctual nerformance of this duty Whether this right firantej o tiiestfamilies by Salatltn In 1IS7 will iTe anally rescind ed and if so o whom will the kcvs lie delivered remains with the srie cial Commission to decide Instances however ot the send will nnd good intentions of the prewidiiifj snvernmrnt are not Ing The exiled Carman and trinn relicious conimuniliBd linvc been granted permission to retHrn and it is to thai Die Jay is not FrancTscans Upheld Agnrnst Greeks Jo a rectHl tritlral fjtiintton wliicl had dLVoloped beiwcfn the cans ami GrooVs work on UK ntwiy discovered fourth cen tmy of tuo Agony of mir Di vine Saviour in the Garden of Gethse mnno the local govcrnmont display ed not only tact and prudenro but a Illicit perception ot the merits of MK The Acting Governor Mr H C Luko ii to bii highly comidcnOcMl for the sfrciiuDus part takeu in itffair which promised to be pro nounoertly Moellne He argu ments of the combined force ot sixty Greek monks who were still fresh from ihulr spiteful acts ot vandalism much in vogue amoii hem in the past under their former prolectorH thn Turks the intrepid Governor sus tained he rights of the Franciscans ordering the work which this rowdy ism of tliu Greeks hid Interrupted to be resumed and at he same time promising prompt and drastic fiction nBainst any who should repeat the sfjimlnJous conduct of injuring a dearto evcty Christian In view of these facts it is to hoped Umt time will be allowed for I tie devcloiiHient of plans which are as yet only embryonic The cause of Holy Places wiil never be aid ed by harsh and uncalled tor criti cism Hut if a spirit of patieuco ami fairness be in evidence then IeUtr things may he lonfced for problem many ind difficult will at o Hpoidier solutfon and sntis will be given to all coiii nsd ILL OF SLEEPING SICKNESS By N O W O Xews Service Detroit since Dec SCth with a mysterious malaily which has nuzzled loilors who have Just diagnosed his illness as sleeping sick ness the Hey Thomas Moylan C S 11 is noiv reported recovering Father Mo Ian is assistant rector HOLY PLACES AND THE LEAGUE Continued from nigc 1J Uio Franciscans as officinl the Holy Places It is ftvident thai criticism if iiny pnrtujukir rovcrnment arc as yil uiHlmcly anil Us aiinnintment fomejihd y iinintlcTitw are fniile A time will linvc to tin nllnwn to transpire at tor the appoinlment of the liefnre anything like dcfiniUre Kiiliii and BnltleniPiits niiiy he loukcii for From wltat has been Pniil there have been the statements mad tnn Ttiinj tlm rnstoration nf ihe Cornicle o ihn rrsinuscans This and all HMT ill the Holy fill dtcidcd only by nc ahovc fomnjisslnn It is well tliat UiiM fhnnld lie distinctly umlrr i wlh io Imvfi a pr fiivfi of i he nros rtnt lay cniuli tltitis in liililne That there is nutrh illMpiminlmpnt canrxit be fit nil vondfrrd n Ijin fvery olhor country it side nf Pal M t i up has unhappily ia fiooillv shnrw of worrier ins soul in palirmai during this JiTiofl rf walhrul wailing wen very few traces nf war wreck ace and this is particularly Intf of Ihe places hallow hy sacred niflimrlis of ChrlMs Passion and IVatb out if whih the Turkish ar iilis anil ihrlr Germanic Allies were mauuiuvrcrl hy the suliprlor ablllly nf I hi British CommamlorfnCSiief It Is a matter at historical record thai Illis nolablami memorable cam iarrh1 cm evcluslvcly hy lull triiciiid has left unsullied nnd mi hy shot ir shall every lihrlne and sancluary Icaying Moly Land In Ihe full pasesMon of those rich treasures which mam for the prin ciples sel up by ih saviour of man klril and which If adhered lo will FEB ALMA GLUCK ZEFREM IIMBALIS I In Concert Together Ticket Sale opens at Chase Wests Saturday Jan 29 MAIL ORDERS NOW 5250 JIOO Plus 105 War Tax OEO F OQDEN Mar 4 IS Shops I1MD FEB 19TH THt WORLDS GREATEST OTCHESTRA CONDUCTOR TOSCANIINI And Thn LA SCALA ORCHESTRA 0 of Ninetyseven and 10 WarTax MAIL OliDERS NOW CEO F OQDEN 415i ShopTBld r Asaimipllnn CollPEO Sanlwlch IOKO nutliorlllcs were kept huy TI Out almomalor of maty pross m cwHlMVJnB 7 rumor that ho had Ho nonhern part of he 5latca Colsuccombedto his lllwV A Qypsie Rover A Bright Romantic MusicalComedy Under the Auspices of of Columbus Direction of Edward Riley At Auditorium Theatre Feb 2 and 3 Beautiful Costumes Catchy Music Gassy Dances Clean Breezy Comedy Special Scenery Exquisite Light Effects t A Chorus of 90 people including 60 of Des Moines most beautiful and talented girls Tickets Reserved at Oillespies Drug Store Tickets including war tax   

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