Clearfield Progress, January 17, 1920

Clearfield Progress

January 17, 1920

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Clearfield, Pennsylvania MEMBER UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATION IF Yf; XXVT (.F.T YOI'R Plfe.' fiKSS; i.KT rs KNOW THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS THIS Local snows arici colder toniffht and probably Sunday. VOLUME XIV XHE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS, CLEARFIELD, PA. SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY n, 1920 NUMBER 159 PROHIBITION ACT WILL BE SWEET BILL Nobody Is Crying But The Booze Profiteer The recently passed Sweet, bill, which was ciiai'tod iiuo law, Decem- her LM, does not sei m to lie vrry wcll understood by ox-sci vice men, id I submit the following for you.- consideration and publication: Tin- War-Ui.-k insurance Act recont- has been amended so as to liber- j aliv.e greatly llie various i.-ions covering- allotment.-, compensation and i insurance. A brief ontlme of the, 'chan.n-es is hi.-rcwilh indicated: The H. S. basketball team jour- t Allotments noyed to Reynoldsville yesterday for; Allotments, otherwise I'apiily allow- the purpose of playing the second aiuv.-. v.-ill he paid to include four frame in the I ntor-H School Schol- months aftei- llie treaty of peace has nstie scries. It was the first This increases for lads on a foreign floor and (he payment of family allowances by j those "fnri-iners" just. naturally thrr months WASHINGTON. Jan. Y. Kramer, federal ln Ull. tuni, -7 tion commisaioncT, today predicted that wholesale arrests ot boot j for total, (not permu may be expected soon in all parts of the country under! The local boys are not m.nli temporary disability. Constitutional prohibition Which became effective last night. to very brilliant start ras, Old New rat "With a thousand detectives at work all over the country to- said Kramer, "we plan drastic and effective measures mak- Nvil, gMl{ ing the law effective." Kramer said his prohibition army of .selves before tin- season closes. children special agents, lawyers, and state commissioners had practically PunxsuUnvnoy liish al.-o mi t ,ie- ,10 child HI 00 100 no completed their organisation More than one thousand are a, rLDHlW work today preparing- to enlorce the law to the lettei. Pullxsv. 2.i. nt u'on ddier Slit each Kramer declared. Assistance will be given them by officials ;ll is paid if the. I Miss Helen Vorke. noted at at DuBois last evening in a close .......u... WASHINGTON. Jan. let the British pull the ,tod soprano 'over your eyes." was the parting instructions given Admiral of the Justice department, postal otlicials and the internal rev- Brookville and the letter team were disability is rated as iot'ai or and Mr. Wadsworth I'rovemlia, bari- simms as he left for Europe to command the American naval f.mie bureau. The law also requests help from local police. amMhe victors. disability i. naed us an accomplished accom- the Senate committee investigating the naval other state, county and municipal otlk-ers. This moans more partial J- awards todav. Simms did not disclose who gave him these ta- than oilicers are ready to suppress boot legging and illega ou, but left the impression that they were from one, sale of liquor, according to prohibition headquarters here 1 h, fiii. (Ui. This announcement yesterday Washine1on Simnr; was reading from his official traffic in liquor, wines, beer and all forms ot intoxicating bever- Bethlehem o 2 if total temporary disability in music circles about the ,-ity caused in Washington. Mmro., vas igo.s is completely outlawed throughout the United States under n i .noo month.' for three-: no u-mail ripple of deli-Jit amonff .report: of the naval lessons of'the war. His disclosure's created flhV constitutional prohibition amendment and the Volstead en- j----------------------- fourths disabled th- compensation were fortunate enough to jn the crowded rooin. A complete investigation of- forcemont act. Liquor canont be manufactured, sold, .trans- j ANOTHER WOI.K STOKY would three-fourths ?r w ,f the management of the Navy department dwing thrwar.1..... ported, imported or exported for any except non-beverage pur-1 poses and then only with a permit issued by the government, i This applies to homes. WASHINGTON, Jan. first step in Congress to re- imburse the holders of large stores of liquor, now virtually a in- total loss, was taken today by Representative Sabath, of Illinois. th.- j.. pn that ,ht. He introduced a bill ordering the Bureau of Internal Revenue to the Yorkp-T'rovendia 'iitiin- an .-ponsiliilil in siyiiiriL': the -contract will be light. d call a full committee to make a sweeping investigation. After the hearing adjourned .Admiral Siinms said that hia ig instructions had been given by a person in the Navy Be- the stock now on hand and to refund taxes on liquor that cannot waters Little Montgomery cn-eU. h" was n'liir be Mis v, mi n wa. u. Monday. DESCHANEL DEFEAIS C the rocky point below tin- camp. Since printing til two twii tie- be.-l i'lieatrical event o'f season. Il mijrht In- recalled PRESIDENCY OF FRANCE lie S HO pev me I IOIJJMI 01- lecuiMvo jhy Mr. we have heard fror, .'LJiMon. if the''disabled that en The Progress j.dned in the .several sections the jn J of Jli.s Y-uko and her -up- woll and w.ll have more to say on and that is savin- somethii.K as wa.-to space on ;that subject from tioi'1 to time. i i i i a n udd i t lonal j In tin' meantime it any ol our rend- naid worthless attractions. Dij her prc- 1 ________________________ j ers have any information on this sub- "u'n jviim- visit, liere York'1 the., VERSAI1.LKS, Jan. Descha.nel. President of the iJect let us hear from them. j Law ,lc l-uril1' of Dpplllies. Was elected President ot France, by a' been chan-ed a, to meth- i I'ul Ualian opera, and made i TO HOLD ITS ON NEX1 joint assembly of the Senate and Chamber. He succeeds Ray- mond I'omcare. Peschiinu! has been a prominent figure in French politics. Ill was first elected President of the Chamber of I) after a career in minor nllices. He served until 1 was again elected in Ho is a member of the Academy and two Academy of Science and has written exten- sively on political, social and economic questions. A total of 880 was cast out of which lleschanel received Premier t'U-tncnceati withdrew from the. race yesterday. ods The payment for, hit that she was the talk of the town converted insurnuc. which matures i ill'" n-.-xt day. llr. Provendia sanK through death or by the h-al clos- in the opera 11 Trovatore the loUmv- j, operjnions 01 ine mmu uaics and yoeoived a.pplause on I mir o lie msurane contiact i> ni.ui'.1 i i iMi-m'irx- 10th vv m entities 111 from Hie most romol'-- nines. Among "'t- eoinl b-isi iJin. at p. ill. t., u 111. ui onlioird with tile in-tired, who equal o.i.-is. 101 .v MUIM 902. Mhe natiW trilies oi Alnea II was me ,vlyment made to a concert team .vhii-h is sin'e to i At this meeting a report 0 the HKSOCiaUOn an a French! beueiiciary'in one lump sum 'or and everybody will look for-; presented to the bond holders an election of m Dolls Long Popular. There Is simple evidence Hint thft of dolls as an assistance to the pern I Inns of Hie mind dales annual meeting of the bond holders ot the Clearneld the opera il Trovatore the follow Association will be held at he oHice of J. P. O'Laughlin'on. and received a.ppla Who the Cricket.7 Inilivi.l.iHl .-i-.-Uft cbirp- v, ill, no .I M'.n ii ,s uv n-ir. The Thoughtless Answer. A r-enain Kansas City physician will never know how near death he day uillv in ihi' I ime. At hi rtrlil 'ilrpliv lOtidm lor. b iiiiorcnmli of probably the; nnd her sn-I :i-, 1 fu fine n ine-mom hs-ohl in ibp worhl. ihu molhr-r asked, "Well. Avhnl i ilo yon ihlnU of my ItaliyV" and he i 'I ih. It's a normal eliilil." .instalments of thirty-.-ix montlis mv' more. This will remove the greatest He Knew Papa. obji.-tion rais-d to the insurance in VHS .insi i.......vei-in.ir from the iiast and makes ihe isurance now in existence. The per- lilted class id' insurance beueliciar- j( enlar.ti'cil to include al.-o. n the room. up: f, foi-nnrly.....i. 1 Iter si nke him tor il If von will till you "eis veil uncles, nephews, brothers- itD't uev li." .in-law. The charged hi'vc no; j lieen ciiatm'ed. i do., discarded. was iibte to sit up she said: "Mamma, I'm Koinj; to ask diiddy in to interested in the ,de- to To Start a Clock. 'merely as a brief outline ippiiiii ol1 a clod; may be due of those who wish informa-p d wheels. Thoroughly slini- information IM'- olitained affairs will bfe ..........._.. oflicers for the year will bo held- School Auditorium. j FA'ery bond holder and is rare inde.-d that. artUs of j velopment of this beauty spot c f Clearfield is urged to attend. calibre a city the of. -rne Association is making a success of their venture-and Their coming is a tn-at ,n-e particularly anxious that the fullest publicity be'givetl we must thank the the they are _______________ i administer in such a way that the people of Clearfield will benefit STOCK Of'KN'j.NCS to the fullest extent. j Wonderful improvements have been made in the park and greater ones are contemplated. Let every citizen have- part this civile work. YOltK. Jan. .Prices .ii oir i 8. CHI- l-'Z. Kiem-ral .Motors at i ed at M.l.i.Tt, bv at Mr; j the "P luif "M.in wan'-- t, Uinl It all lull.v a- CUM y. 11. ihf LLS UNABLE 10 MA l-.'d upon tin- sjirl's illy, for site Up a ie! sa id br.mhly .li.n't sc.ili] any lotigor, I i...i '-iin-e I t'-el enough1 ii now." Not for Them. tmii a, sunum-r and 1 1, jviiurr f "i let- i Can Absorb Much Poison. and horse-, fun laki-- in nines mil' h n; i: plohr' in cnnipari--im ir hodv ;is man can. Tte' stwm NO- pigeon ,-Un J. S. I nleitt. in stuff. ini: Post 1C. TOUIAS I'OSTMASTKH K po.-liiiu.-t'-r for In l.eatb val'-y. sum- olle ,.vil! kil, a hu. j run1 u-mperal lire in sli: t-oars to itraiees, I per c of liumldity. WASH1XCTON. -Jan. and Flouse confej'ees the nomination sent jn pflv.rts ad.iust their difference; between the Cummins i'" Lh" Ksch raih-oad bill arc- in a deadlock 1hat threatens tolbreak in: inP the it was learned today. Both sides so far have i Hria.- wa, r.am'ed failed to yield in their differences on the most vital''factors- f Littenlng In. A MIHM rlt-von year-! of S lm.-nl.-il a .lei lee Well Fixed for Eves. Foundation of True Ses'jty. The trtti-s; ari-e-; from :i A M.II! i- ra. Consider the Centipede, a I'li-la...- I" -l.-j.po-e MUS. (HI.I. Sfl'FKKS STIJOKK Mr-. K. I'-.. -iMiny. Tho.--e thf anti-strike socfions the Cummins bill- WHAT IS IT? 1> ;i. v.-tis vi-k Ai.'-x.-.rf-i'-r Kn- PARIS, Jan. Allies today apparently have adopted !1 "'inpletc-ly attitude toward Russia. The Supreme '.announced last night in an official dispatch that the blockade .against Russia would be lifted'at once. i j. INEWSPA'PERf ;

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