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DECIDE NOT TO
PUSH MARTIAL
LAW ON IRELAND
British Government Said to
Deem It Inadvisable at
Present.
NEW DISORDERS BREAK
LONDON, Nor. 26.—Although violence
in all Its forms still stalks through Ire
land, the British government has decided
not to impose martial law at this time.
That the advisability of imposing martial
law on Ireland has been under considera
tion by the Cabinet since Sunday was
revealed today.
News of fresh disorders was received
during the day. Michael Moran, a Sinn
Fein volunteer, was shot while attempt
ing to escape from black and tan police
men in Galway. Martin Lyons, an ex
aoldier, was shot and killed.
The body of Dennis O'Donnell was
found at Mitchelstown riddled with
bullets.
A serious clash between civilians and
police occurred at Millstreet, in County
Cork. Houses were burned and shops
looted. While,civilians were attempting
to put out a fire bombs exploded in the
burning houses. The women and chil
dren fled from the village in panic.
The Roman Catholic bishop of Galway
has received an anonymous death threat
if any effort is made to interfere with
the soldiers and police in that district,
according to a dispatch from Dublin.
The telegram added that the bishop
had notified Sir Hamar Greenwood, chief
secretary for Ireland, that he would be
held responsible if any attempt were
made on his tthe prelate's) li’e.
SEE BRITISH FLAG;
SMASH CLUB WINDOWS
NEW YORK, Nov. 26.—The British
Union Jack, along with the French Tri-
Color and the Stars and Stripes, flew
defiantly in the upper windows of the
Union Club on Fifth avenue today, fol
lowing the smashing of the club's win
dows yesterday by 6.000 rioting Irish
men. The exclusive club was besieged
by the Irish, enraged at the sight of tne
British flag, following a memorial serv
ice at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in honor
of Terence MacSwiney, the lord mayor
of Cork, who died hunger striking.
Order was not restored until 300 po
FermcaYCocmcft
Pettis. Annual LAMP SALE
Lamps Complete 5Q0.75 A Prominent
Made to Sell for _ Manufacturer Made
$65.00 to $75.00 Jpr Concessions on These Lamps
Types of Pedestals and Shades
Bases Shades
Hand Carved Mahogany, Verde, Flat Empire, „
Hand Painted Japanese, Hammered Brass, Oct^onaTShape-
Polychrome, Antique Gold, ’ '
Stippled Gold, Dull Tiffany Bronaee. OW. Bros, exquisite silks form the shades,
J and the linings are of genuine silk.
The bases are equipped with two-light cluster Some have three different covers,
chain pulls and long connecting cord and plug. All have long, double ■ silk fringe, with silk
aprons added in some instances.
Also Junior and reading lamp with adjustable Gold galloons and long chenille tassels add to
arms. the charm of many.
/ . ,
This sale for a limited time only. On account of the extremely low Lamps will be displayed in our
Lamps for Christmas gifts will be prices at which these lamps are sold windows and on the first floor, as
held upon a small payment, balance we are obliged to rescind our usual w*ll as in our third floor lamp sec
* to be paid on delivery date. rule and can not make exchanges. tion.
J
* - —Pettis lamps, third floor.
PETTIS BBT GOODS 0Q
T-IHS. NEW a TOPIC IBT. IBM
1 Icemen had been hurried to the scene.
Three of the rioters were arrested. Club
officials explained they were Ignorant
ot the MacSwiney memorial service and
that the British flag was flown in honor
of the tercentenary of the landing of
the Pilgrims. The club is opposite the
cathedral.
militaryUponors to
SLAIN BRITISH OFFICERS
LONDON, Nov. 26.—Impressive mili
tary honors were paid today to nine
British %rmy officers slain in Dublin
last Sunday, whose bodies were brought
here for burial.
Ceremonies for six of the slain officers
were held in Westminster Abbey and
services for three others who were
Roman Catholics, were conducted in
Westminster Cathedral.
FOUNDER OF SINNS
PINCHED BY POLICE
DUBLIN, Nov. 26.— Arthur Griffith. M.
P., founder of the Sinn Fein, and acting
president of the Irish Republic in the
absence of Eamonn De t alera in the
United States, was arrested today by
black and tan police.
Professor McNeill, another prominent
Sihu Fein leader and others were ar
rested at the same time.
Mr. Griffith charged that police agents
had recently sought his life, hut have
failed to'frighten him out of his ordinary
routine.
“I did not attempt to disappear to save
myself from assassination,” said the Sinn
Fein chieftain. “I continued to go about
my affairs as always, eating at the same
place and sleeping in my home every
night where I could have been found by
raiders if they sought me. This is no
surprise to me. I have been expecting
arrest for soipe time.”
Mr. Griffith was arrested in his homo
and his seizure caused a great sensation.
In many quarters he has been regarded
a moderating influence.
The arrest of the acting president of
th’ Irish republic was but one incident
iu the increasing activity of the soldiers
and police. Reports of arrest of promi
nent Sinn Feiners were received hourly
from all parts of the country. More Irish
people have been “rounded up” by the
police since last Sunday than in the raids
which followed the Dublin uprising in
1910.
TWO KILLED IN
CORK BOMB BLAST
CORK, Nov. 20.—Two men were killed
and three wounded in a bomb explosion
here today. This was the second explo
sion in Cork this week.
In the confusion following the explo
sion police were at first unable to ascer-
tain who threw the bomb. The neighbor
hood where the explosion occurred was
surrounded by a police cordon in an
effort to set a trap for the perpetrators.
Boy May Lose Hand
Special to The Times.
ENGLISH, Ind., Nov. 26.—Ferris
Longest, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Longest, residing four miles southwest
of here, may lose his left hand, which
was badly mutilated when it was
caught in the gears of a tractor engine.
Longest was helping Bnchrer raise
the traetoT from a mud hole when the
accident occurred.
Three fingers were amputated.
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26,1920.
Sailor Dies of Wound
As the result of a self-inflicted wound,
Casper Bailey, 19, a sailor, died at the
City Hospital last night. Ills toother,
Mrs. George Chapman, 1230 West Nine
teenth street, tod the police the boy was
afraid to return to the Navy because tc
had overstayed his leave a few days.
Bailey was at his mother's home when
he shot himself.
FORMER KAISERIN RALLIES.
DOORN, Holland, Nov. 23.—The for
mer kaiserin, Augusta Victoria, was able
to talk with her children today. Phy
sicians believed she will rally from her
illness. Prince Adelbert and the for
mer crown prince left Doom today.
JAPAN PLANS
LEGAL BATTLE
To Carry Fight on Alien Laws
to Supreme Court.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26.—Japan is pre
paring to carry its fight against the Cali
fornia alien laws (barring Japan from
land ownership) Into the United States
Supreme Court, according to information
reaching Washington today. It was re
ported that the Japanese government
would shortly institute litigation and
that Japanese officials believe they can
No Phone , Mail C. O. D. Orders or Layaways
TOILETS
15c Jap Rose talcum powder,
two cans, 15^.
25c Palmolive talcum powder,
15©.
SI.OO Palmolive toilet water,
TOC. *
25e Blue Rose lip stick, lOC.
30c Ricksecker’s shaving
cream, 19©.
SI.OO Fame hair tonic, 69C.
Babcock's 76c hair tonic, 59C.
30c Sozodont tooth paste, 19C.
—Pettis toilets, street floor,
front aisle.
Women’s House Slippers,
$1.39 —Black aad gray felt house
slippers.
—Pettis shoes, street floor,
aisle six.
Men’s Felt Slippers, $1.90 —
Have soft padded soles. Gray,
black and brown.
—Pettis shoes, street Door,
aisle six
Women's SB.OO and $9.00
Shoes, $3.95 —Broken lots of
shoes in various styles and leath
ers-.
—Pettis shoes, street floor,
aisle six.
$5 00 to $7.50 Untrlmmed Hats,
$l.O0 —Lyons and panne velvet
hats, amall and medium shapes.
—Pettis millinery, second
I floor.
$1.99 Shopping Bags, $1.48 —
Medium size shopping bags, car
atol leather.
—Pettis leather goods, street
floor, aisle three.
$1.75 Velvet Bage, 69c—Nicely
fitted with mirror. Black only.
—Pettis hand hags, street
floor, gisle three.
Art * Goode Packages, Half
Price — Odds and ends of pack
age goods. Different garments
to choose from.
—Pettis art dept., fifth floor.
$2.00 Cook Book, sl.2s—'White
House cook book; contains valu
able recipes.
—Pettis books, street floor,
aisle four.
$3.50 Bibles, $2.49—H01y Bible,
■with ideal helps and revised
questions and answers.
—Pettis books, street floor,
aisle four.
$2.20 Engraved Cards, $1.59 —
Fifty engraved cards, with cop
per plate. Name in script only.
Pettis stationery dept.,
street tfloor, aisle four.
35c Stationery, 23c —Iona fab
ric, In pound boxes of sixty
sheets.
—Pettis stationery dept.,
• street floor, aisle four.
Women's $1.50 Cashmere
Gloves, $l.O0 —Cashmere gloves,
silk and fleece lined. Black and
gray.
—Pettis gloves, street floor,
aisle four.
Infants' $1.25 Crib Blankets,
75c--Beacon crib blankets, pink
and blue combinations.
Pettis infants’ dept., second
floor.
Children's $2.98 to $3.95 Gar
ments, Half Price —Dresses,
creepers and rompers. Sizes 2
to 6 years.
—Pettis infants’ dept., second
floor.
Women’s $12.50, $12.95 to
$16.50 Blouses, SIO.O0 — Wool jer
seys, tricolettes, In all the soft
shades.
—Pettis blouses, second floor.
WALL PAPER
40c Oatmeal and Harmonalla
paper, 22%©.
35c and 40c Living room wall
paper, 25©.
30c Plain color paper, 14? 2-3f
10c Decorative bands and bor
ders, s©.
—Pettis wall paper, third
floor.
Women’s $1.75 Petticoats, 89c
—Outing flannel petticoats, in
dark gray.
Pettis underskirts, second
floor.
Women’s $4.95 Gowns and Pa
jamas, $2.98 —Outing flannel
nightgowns and pajamas, one
and two piece styles.
—Pettis undermusllns, second
floor.
$21.50 Fiber and Wool Rty,
sl6.9s— Ten rugs in fiber end
wool, and fiber; sizes 8.3x10.6
and 9x12; regular price $24.75--
*18.05.
—Pettis rugs, third floor.
75c Rubber Mats, 45c —Rubber
door mats, size 14x26 inches.
—Pettis rugs, third floor.
$2.00 Rag Rugs, 95c —Odd lots
of rag rugs, size 27x54 inches.
—Pettis rugs, third floor.
$1.50 Hand Bags, 79c —Smart
hand bags of caratol leather in
different sizes.
—Pettis leather goods, street
floor, aisle three.
59c Watch Braclets, 39c
Ribbon watch bracelets.
—Pettis jewelry, street floor,
aisle four.
IYETTIS Dm GOODS CO.
-re.i.c ,as
make a strong case in their efforts to
have the California legislation set aside.
Treaty negotiations between Washing
ton and Tokio are in their final stages,
but belief is growing that the agreement
will not settle the status of the Japanese
immigrants in America. No mention may
be made of the Japanese immigration sit
uation in California.
PRISONERS ESCAPE BY PORT.
CHERBOURG, Nov. 29. —Seven of fifty
American Army court-martial prisoners
from Coblenz, who were on board the
transport Pocahontas, made their escape
by breaking the glass in one of the port
holes of the vessel. Four of the men
were recaptured.
$8,95 Middies, $4.45 —Wool
jersey middles, in navy and red.
Sizes 12 and 14. Just fourteen of
these.
—Pettis junior dept., second
floor.
$4.50 Corsets, $2.25 Royal
Worcester corsets, flesh color
brocades; sizes 20 to 30.
—Pettis corsets, second floor.
5c Floss, 1c — Royal Society
floss, odds and ends.
—Pettis art dept., fifth floor.
$2.25 Stamped Scarfs, $1.69 —
All linen scarfs stamped in many
pretty designs.
—Pettis art dept., fifth floor.
$3.95 Chenille Rugs, $2.95—17
Chenille rugs, In dark blue, light
green, roße and green.
—Pettis rugs, third floor.
Men’s 12'/ 2 c Handkerchiefs,
10© —Full size handkerchiefs,
neatly hemstitched.
—Pettis handkerchiefs, street
floor, aisle three.
$9.50 Fur Collars, $6.95 —Coney
collars, large shawl size. Black,
brown and natural.
—Pettis fur collars, street
floor, aisle two.
38c Halrbow Ribbon, 320
Taffeta halrbow ribbons.
—Pettis ribbons, street floor,
a tale three.
Women’s $1.50 Vestees, 89c —
Luce and net vestees, white
and cream. Many with collars
attached.
—Pettis neckwear, street
floor, aisle two.
Boys’ $1.45 Coat Sweaters, 950
—Sizes for boys 8 to 14 years.
Oxford coat sweaters.
floor.
Children’s Up to $8.45 Eton
Suits, $3.89 —Button to neck
style, brown, blue corduroy
suits among them.
Pettis clothes for boys, third
floor.
Boys’ $20.00. $15.00 and $12.50
Suits, $5.00 —For boys of 15, 16
and 17 years old. Knickerbocker
suits.
—Pettis clothes for boys, third
floor.
98c Madras, 69c — Rose, mul
berry, blue and green. 36 Inches
wide. *
—Pettis drapery dept., third
floor.
55c Voile, 30c —Plain white
hemstitched voile.
—Pettis drapery dept., third
floor.
85c Oil Cloth, 59c—Oil cloth
in tile and plain white.
Pettis drapery dept., third
floor.
25c ’Scrim, — Colored
border scrim.
—Pettis drapery dept, third
floor.
$1.25 Novelty Sateens, 89c —
Floral and figured designs.
—Pettis linings, street floor,
aisle two.
75c Printed Sateens, 49c —
Foulard designs, In figures, dots
and stripes.
—Pettis linings, street floor,
aisle two.
29c Percales, 15c — Bookfold
percales, 27 inches wide. Light
and dark.
—Pettis percales,'street floor,
aisle one.
$1.50 Shirting Madras, 98c —
32-inch Bhirting madras.
—Pettis wssh goods, street
floor, aisle one.
$2.60 and $3.25 Art Linen,
$1.63 —Heavy art linen, oyster
white, for art work.
—Pettis art dept., fifth floor.
$1.25 White Poplin, 75c —Yard
wide, double thread white pop
lin.
—Pettis white materials,
street floor, aisle two.
38c Nainsook, 170 Plain
white • nainsook, soft, silky fin
ish.
—Pettis white materials,
street floor, aisle two.
$4.00 Longcloth, bolt, $2.75
Fine longcloth In 10-yard bolts.
—Pettis white materials,
street floor, aisle two.
$2.85 and $3.10 Sheets, $1.47
"Mohawk” sheets, size 63x99 or
72x99.
—Pettis beddings, fifth floor.
$2.25 Silk Shirtings, $1.39
White grounds with handsome
satin stripes.
—Pettis silks, street floor,
aisle one.
$3.00 French Serge, $1.50 —40-
inch navy blue French serge.
—Pettis woolens, street floor,
aisle one.
35c Ginghams, 19c —27-inch
ginghams, in plaids only.
—Pettis ginghams, street
floor, aislo one.
59c Serpentine Crepe, 29c —
30-inch Serpentine crepe, in
small checks and stripes.
—Pettis crepes, street floor,
aisle one.
TURKEYS PEST TO FARSIFRS.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Nov. 26.—Wild
turkeys are plentiful In the vicinity of
San Antonio, according to hunters. They
are becoming a pest to the farmers.
mow rare®
For Expectant Mothers
Used Iy Three Beheratiohs
Writ* tor Booklet on Motherhood and the
Roby. Free.
Bcadflold Regulator Cos., Dept. O-Dl
ATLANTA, GA.
$1.65 Black Taffeta, $1.29
Soft chiffon finish, 35 inches
wide.
—Pettis silks, street floor,
aisle one.
$4.50 Satin Charmeuse, $2.75
—Black satin charmeuse, soft
suede finish.
—Pettis silks, street floor,
aisle one.
$2.98 Garbage Cans, $l.B9 —10-
gallon size, heavy galvanized
iron.
—Pettis basement.
$3.25 Covered Kettles, $l.B9 —
6-quart size; has strainer top.
—Petti* basement.
20c Toilet Paper, 7 rolls, $l.O0 —
Fine tissue paper, 1,000 sheets to
a roll.
—Pettis basement.
NOTIONS
19c Shirt Buttons, 12©.
5c Bias Tape, 6-yard bolts,
3©.
25c West Electric Curlers,
18©.
15c Clark's Rubber Shirtwaist
Belts, s©.
10c Bone Hairpins, s©.
49c Scissors, 23©.
—Pettis basement.
98c Beads, 48c —Cherry red
crystal beads, graduated.
Pettis jewelry, street flo-r,
aisle four.
Men’s $3.50 Pajamas, $2.50-
Outing flannel pajamas, blue and
pin stripes.
—Pettis furnishings for men,
Btreet floor, aisle six.
Women’s 35c Vests, 17c —Tai
lored top, swiss ribbed vests,
regular and extra sizes.
—Fettls knit underwear,
street floor, aisle five.
Tea Wagons, 33 1-3 Per Cent
Osf —Any tea wagon in stdtek—
mahogany, walnut; in various
designs and periods.
—Pettis furniture, fourth
floor.
Women’s 25c Hose, 13c —Cot-
ton hose, in white, brown and
tan.
—Pettis hose, street floor,
aisle five.
75c Casserole, 29c—White fire
proof china, 7-inch size.'
—Pettis basement.
$1.25 Celery Tray, 39c —Semi-
porcelain with rose decoration.
—Pettis basement.
$2.75 Chocolate Set, $1.48
Imported china, two dainty dec
orations.
—Pettis basement.
$1.65 Serving Tray, $1.29 —Ma-
hogany finish with matrix de
sign in center.
—Pettis basement.
$1.75 Candy Jar, $l3B--One
pound size, needle etched de
sign.
—Pettis basement.
$1.75 Celery Tray, 880-Cut
floral design, figured foliage.
—Pettis basement.
$6.00 Water Set, s3.9B—Three
pint pitcher and six tumblers
with floral cutting.
—Pettis basement.
98c Vase, 49c —Cylinder shape,
10hi inches tall, plain glasa.
—Pettis basement.
$11.98 Rutenber Heater, $8.95
—Switch in cord.
—Pettis basement.
$6.50 Upright Toaster, $3.98 —
Toasts two slices of bread at
same time.
—Pettis basement.
$5.00 Desk Lamps, $2.98 —
Goose neck, adjustment, green,
brass and bronze finish.
—Pettis basement.
$1.25 Wool Wall Mop, 680
Each —Canadian lamb’s wool.
—Pettis basement.
$1.25 Garment Bags, 88c—
—Moth proof, dust proof.
—Pettis basement.
50c Metal Glass Silver Polish,
38c
—Pettis basement.
25c. Magic Aluminum Polish,
15c.
—Pettis basement.
SI.OO Punch Cedar Polish, 69c.
—Pettis basement.
25c Kleanco Kleaner, 15c—
For cleaning floors, woodwork,
autos, etc.
—Pettis basement.
75c Royal Polish, 38c— 1-quart
size for floors and furniture.
—Pettis basement.
79c to $1.25 Knives, Assorted,
59c — Butcher, bread, Hieing
knives.
—Pettis basement.
79c Soap Dish, 39c —White
enamel, for stand.
—Pettis basement.
$2.98 Fireplace Screen, $2.49
30x30 copper wire, fine zuesh.
—Pettis basement.
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