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May 20, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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F~ ................................ [!u i i [17 i! [> i~!, ! L~ !i!i~ ~iiil L FIERCE FIGHTING IN SOUTH OF IRELAND Baronet's Daughter Is Slain: Violence Is Worst Since 1919. Belfast. -- ),f[s~ Barvington, only d,,ughter'(ff Sir ('buries 13arrtngion o{J Gienstal castle, ('OlIDly Limuriek. and head 02 the Masonic order in North ,~,iU)lSter, and l'olive ltlspeclor H, ii'~gs were shot dead from ambnsh Saturday r~ight by civilians while mo;oriiJy, from Kiliosually to Newporl. (!ourl)y Tipper dry. Sir Charl+,s is ex-high ~het'iff of County I,imerick. Nine pnlicetnon, two soltlievs ahd several other persons were kille(I Sat urday and Suede3 in allacks slid coun- ter alt~(~ks. Fof general and organized violence ~al.urda.y and Sumll~y probub|y wore tile worst sittt:e January. l.~)lP. Pierce fighting followed at[ atta/'k oil the Bandon police barracks. The military a:ad poli~o swept the :,(re~ts with Dlachlrze gilns. AbO~/L lh(~ ~tlile' time armed civilia~..~ mareiwd th r(,ttgll Duamanway, Conlnty Cork. )acing foi+i lowered by auxiliaries ill motor lort'ies, ';#he )' S h [~t a Z~ (I liil I eli ~e~r e t'~ i 1 X ~ ~ t ' ~ e S in the ~treet.s to de!~y ;|lOll* I)urR!l*',t's. All roads south and west of Cork have been trenched at many points. CORK HAS NIGHT OF TERROR Prieat~ Civilians and Two Constables Are Killed Cork.--f~atnrday night wa, s a night of terror in Cork, following the bombing of the police barracks at Blackpool, The heine el Liam Boi~ile. Sinn T,'ei~l member of the British parliament, wa~ )'aided. He wa~ absent, ))nl a pr'iest. who was slaying in tile h;mse, was shot and later died. Patrit:k Sheeha.n. q republican, who was newly r~aarried, wa~ shot through the heart After the shooting a sevgeaul and fo'nr policemen, while going :[or a priest, w~z'e fired ~pon. Two eoa+ stables were killed an4 anotixer wound- ed. MARKETING PLAN HELD SUCCESSFUL Chieago.~The general offices of the Americma farm bureau federation, an~ tier whose leadership the nati()na] co- operative grain marketing plan" incur-i porated as the United ~t~ttes Grain t]rowera was i)larlgL1FiLted, antlounced that organized agriculture was pracLie- ~,lly a unit in favor of the plan, Reports o,f favorable actfo~. It was said, have been received ~rom ~arm- er~' ergauir, at.iona in Kansas. lowa. Ne- braska, Washington and Idaho. Whe wheat growers" ass