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MAHAN jl Evocato in Cause Civili e Criminali Giudice di Pace 3 Ufficio al Marshall Building RPENTER AVE. INDIANA. PA.gj Telefoni: Bell-Local Tutti quegli Italiani che desi derano fare la carta di cittadt nanza americana, possono rivol gersi al nostro officio, che on nostro Impiegato si incaricherà di esplicare tolte le pratche ne cessarie SENZA ALCUN COMPENSO. IL PATRIOTA PROSSIME PARTENZE DIRETTAMENTE PER NAPOLI, GENOVA, MESSINA, PALERMO "SAN GUGLIELMO 16 Gennaio 1915 "VERONA" • • • • 16 Gennaio 1915 "ANCONA" 20 Gennaio 1915 Adattamenti e servizi di terza classe insuperabili Eleganti e comode cabine di prima e seconda classe - Cabine di lusso zzizzz SPEDITE I DENARI IN ITALIA PER MEZZO DELL AMERICAN EXP- CO. Per l'acquisto di biglietti d'imbarco e spedizione di moneta in Italia rivolgersi a FRANCESCO BLAMONTE - Mar Siali Building, Stanza n 13 - INDIANA PA --- - - „ ■ / •' : / r I vA • > ; . ■ t *y B I!" 'ÌBFW : ~ I K'TllS r.Wtt *S: 't 7 ?, ; 'rj S 11 SI li 13 11, iT fi rs rs- n s* :t, % i il si si e ss I I r • I ... A f I ~ Un po' di soldi CHE PAGATE OGNI SETTIMANA ALLA SAVING & TRUST COMPANY Club di Risparmio per Natale Vi porterà' un Check da $63.75 - $25.50 - 12.75 (o un ammonto più' grande se volete) Proprio prima di Natale, 11 più' bel giorno dell'anno, quan vl occorre il denaro per comprare ai vostri parenti ed amie! il solita regalo. Se voi diverrete membro siete sicuro di avere il denaro quando più' vi occorre i i ————• ASSOCIATEVI ADESSO — Portate vostro padre, madre, sorelle I e fratelli e associatevi. , il 1 TUTTI Giovani e vecchi, saranno i ben venati i Per altre Informazioni, rivolgetevi a noi Scriveteci o telefonateci BANCA SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY D'INDIANA, PA. I * , \n\n TH E PATRIOT published weekly by I THE PATRIOT PUBLISHING CO., £ Office: Marshall Bldg., Indiana, Pa. F- BIAMONTE, Manager & Editor F. SMITH, English Editor. € A. L. FRASCONA, Italian Editor g Entered as second-class matter \ 26, 1914, at the postoffice " its. Indiana, Pennsylvania, under the' Act of March 3, 1879. r —— 1 R SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oews year $2.00 Aix months $1.25 One Copy 5c PREZZO D'AIIBONA >IENTO anno S2.OC Siei inesi $1.2." ■Tna copia $0.05 Marshall Bldg., Stanza N. 12 INDIANA, l'A. Local Phone 2SOZ Why the Immigration Bill Should be Vetoed by Wilson (Continued from Page 1.) lie foremost American newspa pers as "a lazy man's test." The same newspaper, (The New York Tribune;, voicing the senti ments of all fair-minded Aineri ■OOLas further says of that test: "It sets up no fair or just stan dard of eligibility. It is not based <oo. character, bodily health, capa eity for labor, sobriety or any oth icr of the qualifications which are *af real importance in those who the sort of work which falls tc the average alien immigrant. A literacy examination does not ex clude the knave, the idler or the parasite." Finally, in thd case of the Ita lians residing in the United States the "test" is objected to on thej ground of discrimination against their own race, as shown in the House Committee Report accom panying the Burnett Bill. The It alian immigrant is the only one pointed out in that report in such way as to show that the most ob jectionable clause in the bill is in tended against him alone. Further proof of the race dis crimination underlying the "lite racy test" was given in the Sen- Ate, when Chairman Smith of the Immigration Commission, oppos js-g an amendment to exempt from -LHe test immigrants persecuted for cs. eial prejudices, stated that 'such 4ui amendment would nullify the *3itire test clause." Any one of the above stated rea- Jms would have justified an ad- ten 111 0 M Us All Km. I>. Have you read the Constitution -of the United States? EL Yes. D. What form of Government is tiris? JL Republican. D. What is the Constitution of the United States? R. It is the fundamental law of this D. Who makes the laws of the routed States ? R. The Congress. H. What does Congress consist of? IL Senate and House of Representa aves. I>. Wlio is the chief executive of the United States ? EL President. £). For how long is the President of United States elected? JL 4 years. O. Who takes the place of the Presi dent in case he dies? XL The Vice President. I>- What is his name ? EL Thomas R. Marshall. D. By whom is the I*resident of the States elected? R. By the electors. D. By whom are the electors £erted ? is. By the people. JX. Who makes the lr.ws for the htae of Pennsylvania ? R. The Legislature. EC W\at does the Legislature con st Of? R. Senate and Assembly. D. How many States in the Union? IL 48. f®. When was the Declaration of Ekdependence signed? X. July 4, 1776. D. By whom was written? verse vite on the bill in either branch of Congress of them should constitute sufficient ground for President Wilson's veto. With immigration at its lowest | ebb and the certainty that the pre- j sent war will ultimately stop it al-j together by opening in Europe a; vast and most promising market j for European labor, there is no ex ,cuse for such legislation as the so-j called Smith-Burnett Bill and thej Nation's Executive should deny, t his sanction in justice to Ameri-j I :an fairness and common sense. Youth Shot by Du Bois Policeman —. (Continued from Page 1.) i Stahl saw someone in the offices; ' iom the street and a few minutes! ' ater passed J. E. Dußois, Jr.: Alien asked if he had been in thej >ffice Mr. Dußois replied in the negative and added that no onei lad been left in the office. The twoj it once hurried to the office build ing and started through. The youth, who had ransacked several of the office rooms, heard! hem coining and jumped through j m open window. Stahl saw him ind gave chase across the bottom I and adjoining the fair ground. The officer repeatedly ordered the fugitive to halt, but the boy paid . aot attention and finally Stahl j fired, the bullet striking the boy in the back and lodging in his ab- domen. He struggled on despite his wound and it was not until af- B ter he was securely handcuffed that the officer discovered he was wounded He was hurried to the Dußois hospital, where he is now in a critical condition. The officer maintains that he did lot intend to shoot the fugitive, that he fired to the side merely to scare him to submission and as he lid so Capassi stumbled into the path of the bullet. The boy has had a checkered career. Arrested by Chief of Po lice Palmer after committing- sev eral robberies at Dayton he was sentenced to Morganza. Several months later he managed to escape and returned to Punxsutawney, !where he robbed the W. S. Dins more store. He was again arrest ed by Chief Palmer and returned to Morganza. Two months ago he escaped for the second time and' his whereabiuts was unknown un til last night. His parents reside in Rossiter. —Punxsutawney Spirit, Jan. 1. D. Which is the capital of the United States? R. Washington. D. Which is the Capital of the State of Pennsylvania? R. Harrisburg. D. How many Senators has each State in the United States Senate? R. Two. D. By whom are they elected? R. By the people. D. For how long ? R. 6 years. D. How many representatives are there ? R. According to the population one to every 80,000. D. For how long are they elected? R. 2 years. D. How many electoral votes has the State of Pennsylvania? R. 34. D. Who is the chief executive of the State of Pennsylvania? R. The Governor. D. For how long is he elected ? R. 4 years. D. Who is the Governor? R. Tener. D. Do you believe in organized gov ernment ? R. Yes. D. Are you opposed to organized government ? R. No. D. Are you an anarchist? R. No. D. What is an anarchist? R. A person who does not believe if organized government. D. Are you a bigamist or poliga* mist? R. No. D. What is a bigamist or poliga mist? I IL WM wm MM* ft* ***** I 1 than one wife. D. Do you belong to any secret So ciety who teach to disbelieve in or ganized government? R. No. D. Have you ever violated any laws of the United States? R. No. D. Who makes the ordinances for the City? R. The Board of Aldermen. D. Do you intend to remain per jmanently in the U. S.? IL Yes. The best stores advertise in "The Patriot." I " <'