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April 08, 1921 - Image 5

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IRISH WOMEN

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by 'Phis

3(Dela.yed) -W-1
ation and the sus-
the Irish Natonal

ell recognized throughout
ni by British, government
se task of subduing Sin
s and restoring peace has
en-fold more difficult by
*Wherever one goes in
hie hears extolled the
e w;omen.",
Ad Irish Army
telter, feed and bind up
of" the "flying columns" or
publican army. They col-
or the Daili Eireann, they
se and do a hundred other
all to women in war tie.
f them do outside womanl's
sphere of activities can
jectured.
triclkland, governor of the

lican army who shot and killed the 14
British intelligence officers on Dub-
lint's "Mlack Sunday" last November.
Prof-lamation Publi ished
A1 proclamation recently spread'
broatdcast through Ireland was head-
ed "'Stand Fast!' Say the Women of
Ireland." After lauding the Republi-
can army the proclamation continued:
'W Ne men and women of Ireland will
stand by- our army till the certain day
of victory. We glory in their heroism
under torture and in their deeds of
valor in the field. W~e repudiate the
caluimny that our brave soldiers ar'e a
'murder g-ang,.' WVe must defy the
ettemy's intsolent: con nman4l to refuse"
food and shelter to our own country-
mten. WVe scorn all p)roclamuations
that woulh'make Irish mnen andl women
traitors to their country, and we will
be -as true to- our soldiers as Nurse
Cavell to England's."
F~ee Fights to G~et :Bill Reported

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TODJAY AND TOMOURROW

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wunder martial law, told Lansing, Mich., April 1.- Represen-
dent th~at women carried tative William 0. Lee of Port Huron
ndef' their skirts and has started a campaign to get before
Jes, bombs and revolvers the house legislation providing penal-
used by the men respon- ties for landlords who refuse to take,
number of ambushes of as tenants, persons having children.
in the Cork district. According to Representative Lee he
-the last six months of introduced a bill early1 in the session
ing has more intrigued making it a misdemeanor for land-
!on of newspaper readers lords to refuse 'to rent to families
est of the 14-year old containing children. His measure has
)f Cork county who, wvear- since been In committee, despite, ac,-
:) around her body, was 'cording to, the legislator, his efforts;
scurrying across a field to heave it reported out.
xis machine gun.! The billis patterned after one spon-
cording to report, accom- sored by Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., be-
is parties of the Repub- afore the New York legislature.

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SUNDAY - MONDAY.

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Beautiful Catharine Calvert has the loading feminine
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SUNDAY - MONDAY _ TUESDAY.
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The great.Italian impersonator in his famous stage success
OVERTURE Pique Dame " Suppe
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cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives youI reail enjoyment,' and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Thcts -.Facts--FACT--

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"'N Tirii INVISIBLE DIVORCE" NATIONIAL ICTuaaI

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SATUIRDAY1 SUNDAY

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real RexBeach
fun, and tin-
giles with gen-
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WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
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rYOU Ire Hin e,
Joan Ca,-Per! r
Can love be~ the, motive
for a deed of brute fer-
ocity?
Was it love that made
Pierre Landis brand his
wife with the mark Hof
his ranch?
A dynamic picture of
American life, played
by an excellent cast,
SFRIDAY. - SATURDAY
,Smuel Godwynai
Kathminue Newlin Burt

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