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Prospectus for 1021-22 on application. Patronize Our Advertisers WORCESTER DEMOCRAT AND THE LEDGER-ENTERPRISE VALERA REJECTS BRITISH TERMS Feeling of Hope Grows Despite Blackness of Outlook; Will Fra,me Reply to Premier. OPTIMISM NOT ALL GONE Scoffs at English Claim of Dominion Home Rule—Tells Daii Eireann Irish Will Resist With Force—Declares Secession Is Not in Question. Dublin. —“We cannot and will not accept these proposals.” When Euinon Do Valera arose to ad dress the Daii Eireann at its second session he was evidently nervous. He began to speak, hesitatingly, in Gaelic. Then, turning toward the newspaper men, he explained that lie thought it would lie better to speak in English. He said: “What I have got to say is address ed to tlie world. I will speak in Eng lish because both foreign and British papers misinterpreted my remarks and because they nre telling the world that we turned down fair proposals.” He then repeated: "We cannot and will hot on behalf of tlie Irish nation accept the British peace proposals.” There was a hush for a moment and then all tlie men and women who could he crowded Into the room rose and cheered the president's remark. They cheered also his declaration that no partition of Ireland should he proposed and that such a proposal would not be accepted. Tlie president spoke of war —real , war —but towards the end of ills speech he seemed to arrive at a more con | dilatory mood, especially toward Ul > ster. He said: I “The Irish question must tie settled > upon a basis of right and justice. We J mean to arm ourselves to the utmost > in order to lie able to resist t:o the ut* | most of our power. > “We tell the people of tlie north of | Ireland that we have no enmity against > them. We would make sacrifices for | them that we would never think of , making for England, because they are | Irishmen living in Ireland. Eor one, I , would go a long way to satisfy them.” ‘ Ills reference to the north carried , weight, because he was again cheered 1 as lie made the statement. [ Next in importance to De Valera’s > speech was a general order read to the J •ftWrs and men of the Irish Itepubli- t > can army. Tlie order forecast that Hie J Republican soldiers would lie called > upon to make greater sacrifices than ' at any time in the past. Frank I*. Walsh occupied it sent in the body of Hip had, Imt De Valera saw him nhii beckoned hint to come to j the -OcaVeer's dais, where lie took a j sis't at the left <.f Speaker Sean Kelly, j As Walsh advanced toward his seat ( tlie cheers were deafening, and these | were renewed when De Valera deelnr t ed Unit while Ireland could not yet | furnish national security for the j 000,000 raised in the United States lie < pledged his word that every penny | would lie repaid. < Finance Minister Collins repot toil to l the Dull that the government lias a j eredit balance of a million pounds j sterling. t There is n growing feeling of op ' timistn in spite of tlie speeches, j The Daii Eireann adjourned Its pith [ lie meetings indefinitely. Hereafter it 5 will discuss in secret session tlie Brit j ish government’s proposals and its rc- I ply thereto. | Mr. De Valera in his speech before S the Dali Eireann said: | “An association (in (lie British enl [ plre) that would he consistent with our | right to see that we were to be tlie 5 judges of what are our own interests— j a combination of that sort would, I be j lievo, commend itself to a majority of | my colleagues. | “But it should really he a combinu | lion in accord with tlie description the Rrltish themselves gave of tills offered ■ association. Free and friendly co-op eration is one tiling and forced co-op eration another.” Mr. De Valera went on to say that I here never had been union, therefore there could not lie secession, and Unit if the negotiations were to be con tinued Ireland should act as a sepmute nation. MARSHAL SELLING CIGARS Austrian Generalissimo Reduced to Keeping Tobacco Shop. Budapest. From field marshal to proprietor of a cigar store tells tlie story of Harman von Koevcs’ fortunes since the war. He was tlie last gen eralissimo of the Austro-Hungarian forces and had received the highest military citations for heroism In many battles, hut he lost his entire property when a portion of eastern Hungary was turned over to Roumania. accord ing to the peace treaty’. CHINA TO ATTEND CONFERENCE Accepts Invitation to Disarmament Congress Without Reservations. Washington.—China’s acceptance of President Harding’s invitation to par ticipate in the international conference on limitation of armaments and far eastern questions was received by the state department. Throughout the text of her reply China makes it plain that she subscribes unreservedly to Ameri can views on disarmament and tlie Pa cific and makes no reservations of any kind. firestone Again Reduces Price £xtra Firestone first made the low price to Piant No, 2. This permits the of $13.95 on the Standard Non-Skid, price reduction on this tire from May 2.* Unusual purchasing power $16.65 to $13.95. No such value has through big volume of business, and ever before been offered tire users, the great efficiency of its $7,000,000 If your dealer hasn’t the Kxtra- Plant No. 2, manufacturing exclu- Size in stock ask for our Stand sively 30x3T£ size, made this possible. ard Non-Skid type at the same Now, the production of the Extra- price. You will still be getting an Size 30x3 Yi tire has been transferred unusual tire value. Cords That Don’t Blow Out t You feel secure on Firestone Cords. year —IO,OOO, 15,000 and 20,000 Because Firestone Cords don’t blow miles, and the tires still going out. Your repair man will tell you strong. See your Firestone dealer he hasn’t seen a blowout this past today. Name below. Firestone Cord Tires are being sold at lowest prices in cord tire historyi 3f1x3b1—524.50 32x4—546.30 34x4U—*54.9(1 Sold by J. MILTON CLOGGj VERNON P. STEVENSON, Pocomoke City, Md; S iii j Safe Most Beautiful Car in/lrmricu More Than Par Value At the new price of $1635 the five-passenger “Glen brook” gives you gratifying evidence of how far your dollar can go today. Here is a brand new product not an old model carried over as a 1921 motor car. And it is a sound, practical investment because with the Paige first cost is last cost. The “Glenbrook” is endowed with the thrift idea. It has respect for your pocket book when it comes to gasoline, tire mileage and repair bills. And as for performance Imagine a motor that accelerates from five to twenty-five miles an hour in nine seconds flat! Then you will have a new vision of what to expect when you sit behind the wheel of the “Glenbrook” and accept any challenge of the road. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, Michigan Manufacturers of Motor Cars and Motor Trucks Pocomoke City Garage Telephone 102-M Pocomoke City, Md. NEW PRICES OF PAIGE CARS Open Cars Closed Cars dmbrook; 6-44, 5-PM. louring . *163 Coupe, 6-44, 4-Passenger .... *245* Lenox, *-44,3-Pas*. Roadster . . 1635 Sedan, 6-44,5-Passenfcer . • • • Ardmore, 6-44,4-Pasa. Sport Car . 1925 Coupe, 6-66, 5-Pasnger . . . . 3755 Lakewood, 6-66,7-Pa*a. Touring . 2875 Sedan, 6-66, 7-Pasenger .... 3830 Larchmont 11, 6-66.3-Pat-.c-i.ger . 2975 Limousine, 6-66, 7-Pat, senger . . 4030 Daytona. 6-66, 3-Paan. Roadster . 3295 All Prices f. o. b. Factory, Tax'hxtra Saturday, August 27, 1921.