"Loyal people everywhere are requested to display the flag of the U. S." on Monday, Jan. 16. They are asked to ring their churchbells steadily for eight minutes at high noon.

Because on that day President Coolidge will visit Cuba? Because on that day good will in the Western Hemisphere is to be promoted by the Pan-American Congress at Havana? Is Jan. 16 a national holiday, a hero's birthday, an armistice day?

No. The cause for the flag-waving and bell-ringing, as requested by the Anti-Saloon League of America, will be the eighth anniversary...

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