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Notro Dame was years ago by founded seventy-fiv- e tho Rev. .Father Sorin, a French missionary priest, who Is burled In the cemetery at the university. VXTO A good VOLUME XXXVIII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917. Irm American JWJ and his candidacy has met with a reception that has gratified his most ardent admirers. Senator Robertson during his eight years' scrvlco in the Legislature and Senate developed great strength with Democrats throughout tho State by his ability as a speaker and parliamentarian, and these gifts wero ever at tho command of his local constituents of all factions. In tho .'discussion of any bill pertaining to l 'the lnfrfitfl rf iflin rirnnln tion or administration Senator Robertson was in tho forefront at all stages, and this has not been forgotten, Judging by tho many offers of support he has received slnco tho announcement of his candidacy. As an orator and campaigner ho ranks high and his nomination will add untold strength to tho ticket Tho Louisville Herald published with great glee tho remarks of tho disgruntled Democrats at tho Brum-lov- o meeting, but so far has failed to tell of the awful row and discord going on In the Republican ranks. Tho Chilton-Searc- y machlno aro planning to nominate Undertaker John Maas for Mayor, but aro meeting with hearty opposition, especially from Herman Monroe and his friends. Mr. Mon-ro- o says that Maas has never dono anything for his party, whllo he (Monroe) made a great Tecord at the jail. As for Huston Quln, the other possible Republican candidate, Mr. Monroo designates him as a goody goody or Sunday-schocandidate and ono that could not win in November. Mr. Monroe's friends also say he would havo the backing of tho Rotary Club and negro vote. All of (this bodes no good for harmony In the Republican ranks and tho fight will soon be out in tho open. Tho Herald of course will support tho Chilton-Searc- y selections. 1nr-ier ol it I EI Norao Wilkoe i Union Made Cigars. PRICE HVE CENTS. BENEDICT l,eans Neither to One Nor tho Other of the Warring Nations. Robertson In tho Sheriff's race this week camo as a surprise to many CHINA. Itoekcfellcr Wealth a Factor in the Service of Foreign Missions. ETERNAL REST. 1 and worthy soul passed into heavenly rest when Mrs. Mary Holloran Flynn, beloved wife of John J. Flynn, cashier of tho First National Bank, died at her homo, 1410 Hepburn avenue. A Appeals In Name of the Prince of of strong character, devoted woman to hor to the World's duty as wife and mother always, Peace Itulcrs. her strength of character never deserted her, and was never more manifest than during the weary days and .nights of illness, when to aio Has Done. Practical Work in save her devoted family tho pangs that her mother's heart told her Relieving Horrors of War they must feel only too soon, sho showed a cheerfulness and 'fortitude Struggle . that were tho wonder of all who knew her. All tho devotion that lovo can know was lavished on her and everything that could ameliorOF MEN ate suffering dono 'for1 iHor. 'Mrs. TODAY THE FATHER Flynn was a native of this city and was deputed' to have ono of tho best voices in Louisville. For many in St. Patrick's While the fortunes of war change years she sang 'J ' as the pictures of a kaleidoscope choir, and laterSt.was a member of GUARDING THE COAST. Brlgld'a tho choir of from. Flanders to Gallcla, from the Besides her husband, Mrs. church. Flynn carrying h Carpathians to the Caucasus, from is survived by four sons, Thornton guns,Tho U. S. S. Pennsylvania, superdreadnaught, torpedo twelve four - teen - lnch guns, twenty-twh tubes. and four four the Congo to tho Balkans, subcon- Flynn, who Is with a theatrical Left insert Rear Admiral Frank Fletcher; right dnsert Rear Admiral Redley McLean. sciously' the whole world looks to troupe In California; William, Joone figure, rising- above1 .the warring seph and John Flynn; also throo nations, leaning neither to one nor daughters, Misses Mary, Harriet and the raising of direct food crops. Inthe other, but appealing in tho Angella Flynn. Her mother, Mrs. stead of 2,309,000) acres 3,500,000 name of the Prince of Peace to tho Nicholas Holloran, and two broth acres will come under tho plow or Bpado this year. One criticism that princes and rulers of the world. ers, Edward and William Holloran, Is qulto just is the absenco of 'Any "That moved by the sight of so also survive. Tho funeral was held many tears, so much blood shed', Monday morning from St. Brlgld's plan for tho provision of agrithey delay not to bring back, to thoir church and was perhaps tho largest cultural tools and machinery. The blessing of over held there. Rev. Father Jan-se- n New Plans Propounded For owners of tho blg,igrass farms are To Be Featured by u Bruinleve peoples tho equipped only for cattle raising and peace. Let them not suffer our was celebrant of the solemn reTicket For the Democratic Land Itcform Stir they naturally object to being comvoice of father and friend to pass quiem high mass, assisted by pelled to buy tools and machinery People. unheeded." So did Hie call to .them Fathers Raffo, Maloney and Nomination. for one year only$ Even the little in Oils first encyclical, when he took To tho bereaved family is men havo not tho equipment to deal up the theme 'from his extended. the heartfelt sympathy of with tho situation? properly. It Is and in tho same vein a wide circle of friends. Ireland' 13 now ho lias exhorted his children ever Proposed Effort- - Aim at Doub- true thatwith advertisements being Disgruntled and I2x-- flee Holdflooded of since", "clama, non cesse," "cry InHOUSING MEETING. ling of Uncultivated ers Should Be Itclcgatcd American motor plows and other cessantly for peace." And as the Implements, but unless some scheme weary months go by over and ever to Background. Sunday afternoon tho Knights of .Area. of organizing their purchase and more does the world look to him for Columbus hall was taxed to dts fulluso on a basis is In Popq, Benedict's est capacity when President .John tho Initiative. worked out they will do llttlo good, first encyclical letter, written In tho A. Doyle took tho chair at tho quargreat Irish tillage - days earlyof the nvar, he laid his terly meeting of tho St Vincent do Tho Thin End of Wedge For for theare too bulk of for profitable Senator Sam Robertson Enters srahll farms finger on tho causes of the war. He Paul Society. Owing to the mission machlno cultlvatlo; Itacc For Sheriff With SurBreaking "Up Grass did not point to the Kaiser, nor to at St. Paul's churca the Rev. Euthe Czar, and say "Thou art the gene Donohoe was unable to be prising Strength. Ranches. RECENT. JEATHS. man!" 'But he said, that tills mur- present and Rev. Father Deppen derous conflict arose because "from offered tho opening and closing The funeral ofaMrs. Delia Luck-or- t, the lack of mutual love among men; prayers. Every conference in tho wife of Chrifrt Luckert, 1474 adisregard authority; unjust city was represented, number for South RANKS hold quarrels Between the various presenting members for enrollment MORAL RIGHT TO THE LAND SaturdaySovotnh street, was Ann's ROW IN REPUBLICAN morning! from St classes; material prosperity became The reports created much good feelchurch, Rev, Fathor Hill celebrating tho absorbing object of human en- ing, as they showed that 883 fam Mrs. Luckert tho requiem mass, deavor as though there were noth-- ,, ilies had been cared for and ?1,800 ''years old and liad was Over six weeks ago it was preWriting from Dublin to the Chi- many sixty-siging higher or better to ho gained." expended in relief work, tho whole Besides her husfriends. And who will gainsay him? His at a cost to tho society of only cago Tribune, F. X. Cullon says all band sho leavesj tnreo sons, Frank, dicted In these columns that tho Bruralovo faction in local politics first call to tho world was for a 51.79. This is surely real charity Ireland is discussing excitedly the Joseph! Luckert were endeavoring to organize what solemn function of atonoment and work and makes a record for tho new scheme propounded by the Christ and they termed an prayer, which was held In Eui'opo Vincentians that surpasses any like Board of Agriculture for the inNo fairer hudwas plucked from In February, 1915, and throughout organization. Tho address was de- crease of food production, and one the garden ofps&onts' heart than or administration ticket" to contest the other continents on March 21. livered by tho Rev. Fathor Alexan- can almost tell a man's politics by little Mario Loufif, Mazzonl, infant for tho Democratic nominations in der Wllberding, O. F. M., of St. tho attitude ho adopts toward it stateThen was recited from myriads of Joseph's and Louise the August primary. This of pro- - If. "ho is a Nationalist he blesses It. daughter of Cbjtfies church, and was some at ATazzgn- ,- Tthir,iLjA$. .Green street. ment was scoffed sawbya. chance- -tho ""In- aTrd"tfhe iff"tt'UMoh!3th ni)unenoflitrfcbest-harpoliticians, who to sun, inai wnose were icnuony Father Wllberding It There aro a few cross currents to rest remains afternoon. Tho iaia possibly unload an unhcard-or by himself, In recent years. prayer, composed beSunday reviewed the life and work of St. of opinion. If a man is a big land unpopular candidate of the Demowhich are revealed tho bitterness reaved parents have the consolation of his sorrow and his sublime trust Francis and those who had followed owner, Unionist or Nationalist, ho that an angel awaits them in cratic ticket under tho plea that ho his example. curses it, while if ho is a small heaven. was friendly to the administration in God's power and mercy and love. cultivator he Is likely to look on it or organization. It was contended But the devastation continued, and CARDINAL GIBBONS' MJJMOIUES. kindly. The secret of the advocacy In theso columns that tho proper in May he ordered the three days' and tho opposition Is that It Is the of Funeral services over tho remains move would have been to encourage fast. In July he addresed a powerTimothy J. Foley wero held Sun"Thero are few Americans living thin end of tho wedge for breaking day afternoon ful and pathqtic appeal to the heads Aloysius all who wanted to announce for writes Cardinal Gibbons, up tho grass ranches where bullocks church. His wifo at St of the warring nations for peace "in now," can died several yeara any office, letting tho bars down so remember the things have taken tho place of men. This ago and ho had been making his to apeak, and with an the 'holy name of God, in the name "who Nation has tho policy of our Heavenly Father and Master, which I can. I followed Mr. Lin- alistsbeen generations, of thohas been homo with his mother, Mrs. Bridgot Democratic primary an exceptionally and for by tho sacred blood of Christ, tho coln's dead body in procession when Foley, 819 East Jefferson street strong ticket would havo been Unionists. Now that price of human redemption." But It was 'brought to this city (Balti- opposed by tho for producing more An Industrous and upright man, chosen. It Is dollars to doughnuts the he was widely known and was gen- that men like Charles Cronan or they were In mo mood to listen. more); I have seen every President food necessity Again and again has he appealed to since his death and have known grass has come, it Is evident that the erous to tho poor, by whom he will Scott Bullitt and others would have must bo plowed up and the be missed. most of them personally. I was a no opposition for tho nomination the faithful to pray incessantly, and grown man and a priest during the question of how it is to be dono because of their strength and pop finally we have from him the beauticivil war, when it seemed as if our arises. Many friends and ularity, It would havo resulted ful thought that tho holy com- country wero to Tho Board of Agriculture has Is- tho death of Mrs. relatives mourn in tho but dibo permanently M. elimination Barbara of others, in munions of millions of Innocent sued an order that In 1917 all hold Schmltt aged seventy-siwhich other words being a survival of the children offered up for ono Inten- vided. Very few people now living ers of ten acres and over must till Monday morning at tho fittest. tion can not fall to move an of- have seen the country in such dismore of their land than occurred her daughter, tress as I have seen It But I have pursued If fended God. they did in 1916. If tho occupant homo of G37 Underhlll Mrs. Charles there this course bad been Brumlove street She would havo been no But Popo Benedict has done lived, thank God, to see it in won is unable for lack of labor or any aondl, much more than pray tor peace. Ho derful prosperity and .to behold it other cause to till it himself, ho was the widow of Fred Sohmltt and ticket, nor would there have been has done practical work in alleviat- grown Into ono of tho great powers may let it to others, or falling that leaves three sons Fred, John and given ,an opportunity for a fow dis Younger men may holders to air ing tho horrors of war. Since of tho earth. tho department may enter on It and Frank Schmltt. Possessed of a gruntled disposition, their grievances in public. There March, 1915, numberless trains tremble for (the future of this coun arrange to havo it tilled in any way kindly and charitable try, but I can have nothing but hope she was held in high esteom by her was and Is no crying demand for have passed through Holland and that seems most convenient Tho Switzerland, bearing thousands of when I think what wo have already way selected has been lotting 'In neighbors and members of St Mar Mr. Brumlove's candidacy, and it is passed through, for I can see no conacre," wounded soldiers and exchanged and it Is over this that tin's church, from where tho funeral believed that he was beguiled Into this move by the above class, who civilians back to their homes. Few troubles in the future which could tho whole trouble has arisen. Un- took place Wednesday morning. saw an opportunity to possibly crenewspapers failed to note even In equal, much less surpass, those der the present Irish land laws an Mrs. Mary Bullen, wife of Thomas ate dissatisfaction In the Democratic an obscure corner that these trains which have afflicted us tin bygone ordinary lotting of land to a tenant Dullen, 2534 West Jefferson street. party, which at some tlmo or anmoved at tho initiative of the Holy days." In perpetuity, a These words form a part of the becomes only letting payment of rent died Tuesday night of pneumonia other had honored all of them. In Father. Then in regard to prisonsubject to tho illness of preface to his "A months. ers not permanently disabled: At Cardlnal'3 Fifty Years," just Retro- It is in practice the extension of and an her husband several survived the opinion of many thero is not a Besides pubpossible chance for Mr.' Brumlevo his suggestion equal numbers of spect of Also tho old Ulster "tenant right" to by two daughters, sho is Mrs. Shlley to win in tho primary because of in his preface Cardinal tho whole of Ireland, and really French, Belgian, English and Ger- lished. Graves and Miss Mary V. Bullen; Mr. Cronan's greater strength and man prisoners nro taken to Swiss Gibbons records himself as tho last amounts to dual ownership. three eons, Albert Thomas H popularity, nor is It believed that hospitals, where they are interned living father of tho Vatican Council, Thero is another form of letting Jr., and John R. B., Bullen; of her Mr. Woodruff on that ticket for and nursed. As many as 15,000 agowhich at its inception fifty years in Irish law, which gets over this mother, Mrs. John Bourke, he was the youngest Bishop in practice, and it Is called letting "in and five Sheriff will havo a possible chance, French soldiers have been in these therefore conacre." This means letting the sisters. Her funeral took place being unknown, it is safe to say, to hospitals at ono time, and the others attendance. In his book paper one of land for the growth of a specific Friday morning from St Charles 90 per cent, of the Pemocratic In proportion. Still on the subject he Includes with council some crop for eleven months only. If church, Rev. Father Raffo saying voters, but thero are bound to bo prisoners, It was found that at reminiscences jof tho dairy of an old strong men on some parts of the one time the French wero concen- extracts fromexplaining some and an tho lotting in conacre wero to bo the requiem mass. events tho end of tho department's policy with their victory a com trating German prisoners in the un Introduction than Saturday morning the mortal re slate andticket will be secured and the journal. The no ono would object. The largo promise healthy tracts of Dahomey, and the of later date papers include rcxnlnls-censeMagdalen Mrs. mains Ifermans retaliated by sending tho published Leo XIII., various jubilees land owners would bo glad enough Schranz,of widow ofMary late C. J. a winning combination for Novem of trench to the eastern marshes. The sermons, tho funeral sermon for to let to their smaller neighbors Schranz, were takenthe St. Mary ber. It is earnestly hoped that Mr. (to and receive their rents without the ape Intervened, and both regulBrumleve's friends who aro still tillage land Magdalen's church, where solemn loyal Democrats will shove the disGen. Sheridan and considerations trouble of personal ars were withdrawn. of Catholic old in tho making of the superintendence, but they fear that requiem mass for tho repose of her gruntled knockers to tho rear and iFor those human deeds tho Pope Republic. . tho present head of the department, soul was offered by Father Gause- - not conduct his campaign solely for officially thanked by King T. W. Russell, who Is a Nationalist, pohl, tho pastor, as celebrant, as- the purpose of giving tho center of on behalf of the British by the Rev. Fathers B. H. tho stage to the down and outers. will introduce men who will refuse sisted HONOR ERIN'S SAINT. ernment; and the German Chan- to leavo at tho end of their eleven Westermann, Daniel DriscoU and In this way thero will be no sore ar conveyed al30 tho thanks of Of course they James P. Cronln, V. O. Mrs. spots following the primary. On Sunday evening, March 18, months' tenancy. country. For this work the Btand havo a leg journal, tho the feast of St. Patrick will be cele- will not they will to public on in Schranz was for years a resident Local Democrats wherever gath tlsh Socialistic opin- of this city, and when taken ill havo but 220 Ir Leader, wrote editorially: brated at St. Michael's church, serv- law, behind them and public opinion ten days .before sho was fully pre- ering this past week severely conion demned tho Brumlove meeting tn all tho terrible carnage is Brook street, with elaborato In Ithere are few men who will ices. The services will open with a makes law quicker thanIreland under pared and fortified by tho last rites Saturday night, not because ho or any other of the church. Surviving her aro present in his frionds wanted to Tun for office, less reason to be ashamed of grand march by tho societies and part of conditions tho world. two sons and a daughter, Mrs. Leo but because of the fact that the Irt they have played than tho children of the parish bearing their Tho men, moreover, really havo Schmltt wearing green scarfs. meeting was dominated by men who . In face of all mother banners and a moral claim to the land, for it as. or countries which call Tho panegyric will "be delivered by la agreed that the system of great had served as Democratic officials ST. CECILIA'S. kves mothers, the Popo has the Rev. George M. Connor, the grass ranches supporting few famfor years and their only grievance was that tho party didn't choose to liimself today tho father or eloquent pastor of St William's ilies while tho population la strug The Rev. R. G. Lyons, O. P., of keep them In for life. This same . Holy Father, you alone church, after which thero will be gling to cultivate tho less fertile with special soil Is uneconomic and bad for the St. Louis Bertrand's church, will class will bo found flirting with tho be laws oi muman oroiner- - solemn benediction I ask you, Holy Father, music by an augmented choir. A country generally. It Is bad even assist Rov. Father Craney when the Republican party after the primary,' lall tho homage of my re- - special feature at tho close of tho for tho landlords, but they prefer Forty Hours devotion opens at St, if no opportunity presents itself for Cecilia's church at the high mass to them to get back In official life. services will be the blessing of all present with the holy relic of St. It because it clears their land of morrow morning. On Monday and Another phase of the local Demopossible trouble makers and relieves Patrick. Father Martin O'Connor, them of the invidious necessity of Tuesday the Rev. J. P. Vallely, O. cratic situation which Is not reLVTJIAIj FIGURES. tho pastor, will have a cordial rent collecting and enforcement of P., and the Rev. Antonlus Enls, ceiving hearty approval is the pubfor all who attend. lished editorial statement of Gen. payment. Now they seo this free- 0. P.. will assist. Mnerleon. Cardinals will on Thursday, W. B. Haldeman dom from trouble threatened by tho figures In the diamond FORTS' AT START. when In a sort of dictatorial way QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. department's policy of settling small iNotre Dame this year. he Insists upon the Democrats incultivators on the land who, the tries who will be pres- Forty football candidates were dorsing Judge Sam Greene for redeclare, and rightly The monthly meeting of the landlords celebration to be held llrst two weeks of June Queen's Daughters' was held yester- enough, will never leavo once they out Monday when spring training election. This is a matter for the began at Notre Dame University. voters to decide and the friends of Gibbons of Baltimore, day afternoon at the Knights of set. foot on It is estimated that the scheme! Coach Harper plans a strong eleven Loralne Mix and Squire Wheeler IBoston and Farley of Columbus hall, when nomination President Cavanaugh, for officers for the ensuing year will about double the area of tillage ror tms ran, wnem me xoia ana oiue will have a say as to that nominafaculty were .mads. The elsotiea will bake In Ireland, bo that one can see how will start tha hardest schedule ever tion. 10, and tha Mttle of the land we devoted to arranged The entrance of Senator Sm to entertain io.uuu place at the April meeting. , o five-Incthree-pounde- Sectarian Hospitals in China Are Backed by Foundation Fund. Great Disadvantage Which the Catholic Missions Labor Under. A TASK NOT TO BE SLItiHTED ns twenty-ono-lnc- - IRELAND PRIMARY Hfe-glvi- Mon-agha- n. martyr-predecess- - ht "anti-organizati- on d en 'bui-ises- 'j f parade, which will disband at the entrance to St Louis Bertrand's church. Many automobllo owners have already proffered tho uso of their cars to carry the children, tho autos to be gayly decorated in greon bunting, fiags, etc. President John M. Riley, of Division 3, was present and invited tho members of 4 to Division attend tho 6:30 o'clock mass and .recelvo holy communion at St. Patrick's church on that morning, all getting, away In time for the parade. Division 4's Entertainment Committee reported that a splendid, programme was being arranged for th'e evening In Bertrand Hall, some of tho best local talent offering their services for tho occasTon. President Thomas Lynch requested the members to have their friends decorate along tho line of march and Councilman Thomas Dolan promised to seo that a detachment of Irish and police would lead the parIrish-American Ono of the most striking features of tho public life of Christ was his tender solicitude for tho sick, the lame, the blind, the leper. He made them to bo well, to walk, to seo and to bo clean. But to each of the afflicted, to whom his loving kindness brought healing of body, divine graco and power brought healing and strength of soul. It was through tho portals of mercy and charity that the dlvlno lovo made its entry into tho souls of men. And ever slnco those who havo gone forth to carry out the mandate of Christ to preach the gospel to all nations have mado lovingly ingenious nso of tho powers of healing and corporal works of mercy to gently draw tho souls of men into the net of grace. The ST. PATRICK'S DAY. hospital and medical branch of tho Real enthusiasm was manifested mission service is ono of the strongThis at tho meeting of Division 4, A. O. est aids to evangelization. II., Monday evening in Be'rtrand fact has been shrewdly appreciated by tho many societies Hall, when County President John II. Hennessy announced that many sending missionaries to foreign would take fields. Especially is this true of Catholic organizations part in the big St. Patrick's parade tho missionary societies working in on Sunday morning, March 18, and China. Not only havo thoy estimated that tho Right Rev. Bishop O'Don- - In Its true proportions the great aghue would deliver tho sermon at importance of China as a field for the solemn high mass following the missionary endeavor, but they have non-Cathol- ic ade. MADDENS THE COUNTRY. x, one-tent-h persons havo beci arrested in Ireland, Henry E. Duke, Chief Secretary for Ireland, told tho House of Commons Monday. Tho arrests wero made under tho Defense of tho Realm act, which empowers tho pollec to "arrest per sons who may bo reasonably sus pected of having acted or being about to act in a manner prejudicial to public safety or the defense of the realm. It was not proposed to try these men, Duke said. A competent military authority, (having decided to lssuo tho orders, under the Dofenso of tho Realm regula-tidn- a prohibiting them from residing in Ireland, this bad boon done. John Dillon, one of tho Nationalist leaders, gavo nouco that in consequence of tho "unsatisfactory character" of Duke's statement ho would ask leavo to call attention to tho matter in the Houso. Later In moving an adjournment of tho Houso in order to call attention to tho recent arrests of Irishmen, Dillon in Ireland declared tho situation was extremely serious and said tho Government had taken good caro that it should remain so. These arrests, Dillon said, showed a sign of a change of policy in Ireland; the men were being banished without any reason being assigned. Unless tho Government were prepared to put them on trial and formulate charges against them It lad no right to ask for a blank check for Its policy. Ireland in reality now was living undor martial law. Characterizing tho arrests as "Inconceivably stupid," Dillon accused the Government of reversing tho Irishi policy of the last Government, and predicted that the policy of provocation would continue untlj some bloody explosion or horrible disaster occurred In Ireland. It was a strange coincidence, ho said, that tho arrests wero made just prior to the dato fixed for tho Irish debate in Parliament Thero existed, said Dillon, a section of people dn England which did not desire a contented and united Ireland, but wanted to drlvo Ireland back to rebellion and hatred of England. Tho Government's policy had created Sinn Fein-er- s by tho thousand and had tho country. Twenty-eig- ht ro-qe- nt mad-don- od wel-co- I it Lenten sermon' at St. Leo's church, Highland Park, tomorrow evening, services consisting of rosary, sermon apd benediction. The Lenten services of St. Leo's are sermon and rosary and benediction on Wednesday evening and stations of the cross on Friday ST. LEO'S SERVICES. Rev. Father E. A, Baxter, of tho Dominican order, will deliver the proportioned their medical and hospital servlco to this importance of the Chinese missions. China is but awakening to its own posslbllltes and will doubtless grow in strength and power like Its energetic neigh bor Japan and oven surpass It It need hardly bo pointed out that to win a country of such vast possibilities for tho Catholic fold Is not a task to be slighted or underestimated. Not only have the Protestant missionary societies, as wo have said, understod the importance of hospital and medical service to the as the misslons'but report bf tho Rockefeller Foundation for 1915 and but recently published shows, known how to secure for themselves tho immense financial backing of this enormously wealthy foundation. Tho Rockefeller Foundation maintains what is called the China Medical Board, whose avowed purposo is as tho report states: "To assist mis sionary societies to strengthen their medical schools and hospitals by providing equipment and other facilities and by making annual grants, as may bo found expedient, for tho support of physicians and nurses selected by the respective missionary boards subject only to the Foundation's approval of the professional qualifications of the appointees." In accordance with this avowed purpose the China Medical Board appropriated during 1905 $451,683 for the aims and purposes set form above. Part of this sum was spent in taking over the various schools already maintained in China by the medical branch schools of several American universities. Nor Is all this lavish expenditure of money The without palpable results. board's report sums them up in this wise: "Hundreds of physicians are now practicing in China under the auspices of theso societies (missionary societies of the various sects). Their patients number tens of thousands annually. . . . Half a score been of medical colleges havo partially manned started, and equipped, and theso colleges are being availed of by hundreds of Chlncso students, with such preparation, more or less adequate, as circumstances havo admitted." What an enormous lever this fund means to tho causo of Protestantism in China! Wo who have tho causo of truth to champion and propagate must needs bestir ourselves and rouBO ourselves to offset in some small way this great disadvantage under which our Catholic missions must struggle. And right now we have ample occasion to do so, and that effectively. Were each slnglo ono of us to stint himself in some slight manner by way of pen ance and to put aside tho little tributes of curiosity or love of sweets, to charity, how large a sum wo could total for the help of the missions which now, during the world war, aro dependent almost entirely on our generosity. A movie foregone or a sundae or candy foresworn will soon help to fill our mission rnlto boxes. Whero love is great the eyes of love seo far. Zeal Is tho generous mother of many apostolic Inventions. Tho eagerness brethren to wla of our new fields for their causes should really shame us Into apostolic If lovo of our own cause be not strong enough to move us. C. B. of O. V. they--have, -an-uu- al i non-Catho- lic self-deni- al, CONVERTS IN CHINA. There were 100,000 accessions to the Catholic church in China test year, bringing the total number of Roman Catholics in that country to 1,788,383. BCBkrcTDXJOKTSr UHtlSH IJMn&RIOAK. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIGflN. nM BVKRY SATURDAY. to th Sestet m4 Mwrf AitrntummmAt Irish AsmkM aad CdMftss ei HHufsrtsni, Ysasac MtaTs OtftektitT Iaacaa by Aastsat Cafeeite BalgUs o( Asawiea. Iastitate PUBLISHED FmsiIIhHw KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JTilMTINQ OO.. UP-- , SINOL8 COfY f YfiAR DOLLAR HWSCVIPTION PKK, auws rt ui 0dr IBACONasoH We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. iU . fcHpHh rt ' Pt - .sCl AstBMCAH, ftattor. .atr aC ! to ' MJOVCrt MMI - 1; ' '!" Jft21 Wsst " trm M. CmAJJtstpfl LOVISTIULK, KT JOIN OUK BOYS. Many or tho splendid Influence that will surround them, axe making applicanon-Catho- lic COUNC ffl NEW FASHIONS Now Showing in I I Oar Suit Section. for your own sake; you will r SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 The best informed Irish opinion Is adverse to conscription. Home rule will scarcely bo accepted at such a price. Even the parliamentarians who favored recruiting seem to be opposed to the conscription system. It is an interesting situation and people are waiting to see if Lloyd George will succeed any better than his predecessors in solving Irish problem. the ever-prese-nt You will bo interested in them ; these wonderful new garments may be purchased. boys, because ouno T OrilT- - .,. lis .,,,. i&.oa t i $da.Bo tion for membership and being accepted into the Catholic Boy Scout selection. The materials aro Poiret twill, velour de lain, m' ' IN'' ""'M llll. movement. This great movement men's-wea- r serge, gabardine, jersey cloth, taffeta and wool J J? BY MAILED FIST AND RELATIONS SEVERED is being encouraged by tho clergy poplin. Notable among tho colors shown are French blue, and spreading rapidly over the chartreuse, apple green, citron and gold. Wo have always country. It Is the purpose to reach Mrs. J. Of. Misback entertained COMING EVENTS. an abundanco of good models in navy blue and black. at her home on South Preston street that class of boys over fifteen years a delightful Washington birthWOMEN'S SPRING DRESSES $5.94 TO $24.88 ; ADOPTED COUNTRY. old who often pass from tho influunder with party March 18 Entertainment day auspices of Division 3, A. O. It, in anniversary In (honor of tho fourth ence of the sodality and Holy Name I of her little daughter, A Collection That Numbers About 400 Styles Whilo an effort is being made in St. Patrick's school hall. Society while they are too young Evelyn Dorothy. Covers were laid Avoid the Easter Rush. mo quarters to cast suspicion on bo March 18 Entertainment under Choose from all of tho most fashionable materials twelve. j to join the societies of men. 1ouls-vill- o forolgn-bor- n auspices of Division 4, A. O. H., in for lirlnp- us your old mllan or hemp hat French serge, taffeta, Georgette crepe, satin, charmeuse and presents a good field for the the loyalty of our Bertrand Hall. from last summer in fact any kind MACKIN COUNCIL. citizens, and whilo Congressmen are silk jersey. All of the exquisite new colors aro shown, be- of material. We will clean, dye and Catholic Boy Scouts. April Feast of Nashouting that there aro a million reshape It to look like new. D,on't be. sides an abundanco of models in navy blue and black. In J J; by Trinity Council in club tions At Ma'ckin Council's meeting misled by fake advertisements. This spies moro or less in this country. house. a collection of this size, there is, of course, a model to suit t Monday night, attended by several Is tho only place In tho city that VEIUED THREAT. We It Is well to recall what foreign Sam knows how to do ladles' hats. new every taste, and an almost infinite variety of trimmings. April 14 Annual bridge party of nundred people, o, rip and resew them Into tho now models Fox two years tho United States born soldiers have done for their Junior Circlo of tho Queen's Daugh- Robertson delivered a patriotic and spring styles. Th1rty-flv- o jjj SAMPLE COATS $5 94 TO $29.88 masterly address, his subject being on our counter to select from. Our against the adopted country in another national ters. htas been protesting do tho tho "Present World Crisis." In the customers know wo years Inbest work In the city. Forty business Choose from 350 samples and odd coats at prices that aro holding up of her ships by Great crisis, suggests the True Voice. Dr. courso of his remarks the speaker Is our guarantee, we clean, dye and caaMonc83g8apcKK8aacK8x8aoga3 your hat at tho small cost of much below usual. There is every desired shade from Britain, and her pr&tests have been Jdhn G. Coylo has pointed out that took his hearers on a trip to tho reshapedye $1.00 them moon and from there looked down polish work. ' a good black no shoe Shadow Lawn green to black; tho models are excellent; Ignored. Freedom of tho soas has tho men who saved the Union came upon the terrible conflict now besizes rango from 12 years to 54 inches. as did tho jj; been interpreted to mean only such from many ing waged on mother earth. Sen- Falls City Straw Works The freedom as England was pleased to heroes of Uhe Revolution. ator Robertson's address was tho permit to neutral national A now records wore carefully examined, flrst of a series to be delivered on 713 West Jefferson St. night of each order in council has, howevor, con collated and bound up. In 1869 Miss Cora Parrot has returned tho last meeting month. The spiritual retreat to be siderably modified England's stand were published by tho United States after a short stay at Nazareth. given under the auspices of Mackiu CHURCH PRACTIOAMjY BARRED. In tho matter. Now our ships may Sanitary Commission "Investigations Mrs. J. A. Jaglowlcz and children Council will bo conducted by the put in at Halifax for the purpose In the Military and Antropologlcal are visiting relatives at Hamilton, Franciscan fathers at St. Anthony's Mexico's now constitution, which II church, beginning March 21 and is of a most radical and Godless of "6earch" by tho English authori- Statistics of American Soldiers." Canada. ending on Passion Sunday. The nature, was promulgated last Sunties, instead of being forced to put Tho figures are to be had by any Dan Saxton has been enjoying a services will be at 6 o'clock In the day by Carranza and his followers. In at Kirkwall. Ships which do not ono who cares to road them. regulation of week of rest and recreation at West morning and 7:30 in the evening. Strict Government Including enlistments in the navy, Baden Springs. voluntarily put in here are liable Everything was reported In readi- the, church ds provided for in tho NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEPFERSON ness for the athletic carnival to be now constitution. to bo seized and forced into the about 2,760,000 men enrolled to All ministers of prize court; that is if there bo a preserve the Union, Hickey and B. J. Pike were held this Saturday evening at tho whatever cult must bo Mexicans by of whom E. F. a programme suspicion that their cargoes are 2,480,000 were whites. There were In Gotham last week, registered at club house, when athletic fans that birth. This regulation will cause WE HAVE PLENTY OF will removal of about 2,500 will Interest the Spanish tho Hotel Grand. enemy country, and 186,070 and colored soldiers destined for an he presented. priests. There are fow American should thoso ships try to enter an 118,044 colored sailors. Of the enministers in Mexico at tho present Miss Mario McGee spent the past time, probably less than' ten. Engenemy port, why, there is a veiled listments in the army 1,523,267 week at Bardstown with Miss ANNIVEHSxlllY CELEBRATION. lish and German clergymen are threat that they may bo regarded white men were natives of the Cecilia Mattingly . Tuesday night Branch 25, Cath- equally (few, but there are quite a as onemy ships. At first sight this United States. These men were of Miss EsBelo Hoffman has returned olic Knights of America, had a well number of Frenchmen among tho now order appears to be a victory all the constituent stocks in tho from a visit to Mrs. Sara O'Bryan attended and enjoyable celebration Catholic clergy of Mexico. No min anniversary and ister of any cult will be permitted of its twenty-sixt- h at Shepherdsville. for neutral nations. In reality it Is country. These great installation of officers, Col. Joseph to teach in tho public schools, and simply a notice to neutrals that were English, Scotch, Irish, Welsh, To Show You. The Special Sale of Mrs. Albert Herrmann, of P. McGinn, one of tho founders of only may give instruction In tho England Is about to inaugurate a French, Dutch, German, Slavic, Benton avenue, M. recovering higher grades tho is from ery order and known in almost ev- nor may any of tho private schools.policy religious sect bo porSuits and Overcoats Is Attracting of "frlgbtfulness" of her Spanish, Italian and Scandinavian at her recent illness. branch of tho country, occupying the chair and ably assisted in mutea to establish or direct schools own. Thus between the two classes that time. Of the white soldiers Special Attention Just Now. primary instructions. Miss Margaret Phclan had Miss the dispensing of hospitality by of Tho of belligerents neutral nations can born outside of the United States constitution states that the Josephine Fettig, of Seymour, Ind., Henry Schnttger, the genial Treas- State can, not escape being subjected to enor- 176,851 wore born in Germany, not recognize any comurer. Tho installation was conguest. or her week-en- d mous losses to their commerce. That 144,021 wore born in Ireland, ducted by State Secretary W. T. pact which will tend to lower, lose Meehan, assisted by E. A. McCarthy. or sacrifice tho liberty of man, Miss Mayme Constantlnc, of the war is a trade war no one with 63,532 wore born in British Amerwork, education or tho has been spending a Announcement was made ofpray- either through and that therefore an atom of common sense will deny, ica, 45,508 were born in England religious vow, week with friends in Indianapolis. death of Tim Foley, for whom and it must bo also apparent that and there were 48,410 other foreiers woro offered. Financial Secre- tho law will not tolerate monastic the belligerents are determined that gn-born soldiers from various McDevitf, who was tary Bernard McGinn reported the ordera nor permit the establishment Miss Cecilia of such for outsiders shall not profit by tho countries in Europo and elsewhere. the guest of Miss Olive Winn, left branch in good financial condition whatever by any denominationreligobject. All public with several applications in prossituation created by their struggle Among them were John Tommy, a Saturday for her home at Cincin- pect. Among the many present ious observances shall always be for the control of the world's mar- Chinese serving in a Now York nati. were Capt. Oscar Maier, Joe Herp, under tho vigilance of tho authori ties, and marriage is to be re regiment, who lost both arms and kets. VALUES UP TO $15.00 Mrs. Joe Lammers had as visitors Wllllant Cushing, President of the garded as a civil contract. Tho Committee, and W. T. Meeboth legs at the battle of Gettys- last week Mrs. John Kleeman and Central simple promise to speak the truth Veeneman, Sr., of and assume H. A. NOTHING BUT ItOBUKKY. burg. The army and navy of the her father, Frank Hartz, of Tell han and Council, who made timely tho obligations is suffithe State City. to constltuto marriage. Tho Union represented the llborty-lovln- g talks and ald their respective cient could not havo framed worse As far as wo know neither the dovll many of tho nations of tho Miss Ellen Finnegan, who visited branches woro moving along satis- laws. blockade of Germany nor of Eng- sons of Nearly half a million of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Finnegan In factorily. H. A. Veeneman, Jr., forworld. land has given rise to such riotous Jeffersonvillo, has returned to Madi- mer Secretary, made the address of MAKING ALTAR LINENS. scenes as the blockade of the thoso who fought to keep the Stars son, Ind. the evening, advocating closer union Stripes tho flag of a slnglo among the branches and a central of tho poor by tho grasping and larders A number of Catholic vounc cirls ,born outside of the Mrs. J. C. Carroll has been enter- building where all would meet. All havo organized a sewing food trust has been responsible for nation were society were then seated for a delightful which will meet during Lent taining at her home in Jefferson-vlll- e for In our largo cities during tho past United States of America. collation and cigars and an making linens for altars in poor for Mrs. Maggie Foley, of Lenten to believe There is no Teason convivlalty. month. There have been many inhour of real churches whore tho congregations VALUES UP TO $20 00 foreign-bor- n citizens would Nashville. vestigations into the high cost of that our aro unable ix provide them. Meetbo any less loyal, in tho day of trial RETURNS HOSH3. ings are held with the Misses Hayes, Mrs. V. T. Kelly, of Now Albany, living, but as usual they all began on Third street, on Friday of each guests this week Mrs. John at the wrong end and finished no- than they were nearly sixty years had as and Miss Kittle Nilblack, of Dr. William Brown Dohorty, who week. question Brown where. If it were tho investigators' ago. Those who would has been surgeon at New York Eye their loyalty are themselves to be Rockport. Ind. purpose to really serve the masses CHAPLAIN FOR CHILDREN. and EaT Infirmary for the past I 111 1 1 1 H I H 1 1 Mrs. Michael Thornton, of New three years, will arrive in Louisville tho first thing they would have done mistrusted. Tho Rev. Father Fehrenbach, who Albany, spent the week In Cincin- next Sunday and will engago Jn his would be to investigate tho differpropaganda nati visiting her brother, Thomas specialty eye, ear, noso and throat. has been In poor health for eomo The ence between the physical value of time past, will continue as chaplain made little headway heforo the Tuley, and family. at St. Joseph's Orphan Home, fillthe plants and tho capitalisation, Oregon Legislature. Vicious bills WALSH WILL SPEAK. ing the place of tho lato Father Misses Eva Beaucond and Mary and then provide a means for elim- were killed and the convent InspecFather Fehrenbach Is Greene, of New Albany, are home Attorney 'i nomas Walsh has ac- Bachmann. inating every drop of the ocean of tion measure and that (taxing church from a visit to Miss cepted an invitation and will ad- a popular and zealous priest and a water in the stock. Capitalization property lacked votes for their en at Nazareth Academy. Wllma Greene dress the Holy Namo Society of St. host of friends pray that he may JThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth based on the earning power of any actment. Philip Nerl's church at tho meeting Boon become entirely well. Miss Stella Barry left this weok to bo held Monday might in business Is jobbery, nothing moro ST. WILLIAM'S. for Washington, where she will be Hall. The Holy Namo Soand nothing Hess, and the law should How many anon have you met the guest of her brother, Robert T. ciety has taken a firm hold In the INCOKP01U.TXD provide a means to punish this class who want war with Germany? Barry, and Mrs. Barry. Rev. Georgo M. Connor, of St. parish, and as Mr. Walsh is an William's church, has sot aside the of thief the thief who trades in Think this over. ' Those who want Sole Owners Re&iatered DIat. No. 32; eloquent and entertaining speaker Thursday evenings of the Lenten stock issued on usurious profits. war have Interests and will not After a pleasant visit with Mrs. he will doubtless be greeted by a season West Main Street. for a series of discourses Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 Martin Goss at her home in Jef- large audience. Besides the enter the .ranks. explaining tho various petitions of fersonvillo, Miss Anna E. Tracy has the Lord's Prayer. Friday nights "trade in futures" also helps to returned to Indianapolis. SHELBYVILLE. will bo devoted to tho Stations of boost the prices of foodstuffs. This There Is a growing suspicion that the Cross. Father Connor is assistONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account Miss Mollie O'Brien, of Shelby-vlllkind of gambling should bo made there are more Tories in tho United During the Lenten season the ed Saturdays and Sundays by a Is hero on a visit as tho guest Sunday evening sermons at tho priest from the Paasionlst Retreat, a first class felony, and unless this States today than there woro ut tho witn tms sate, conservative, Fitzgerald, Church of tho Annunciation in Mr. and Bank, to which yon can add $1.00 or more Is done, beginning of tho American Revolu- of 959 South Mrs. P. J. and Seventh street. of of which tiho Rev. John and will havo three masses on Sundays. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 eliminated, food prices will continue tion. Riley is pastor, will be preached by per cent. No cost to you whatever. to soar until tho hungry people John J. Crotty and John L. Lynch visiting clergymen. Lost Sunday FRANKFORT. fifty-fowere In New York the past week evening tho church was thronged, The next Senate will have The same courteous attention given the take the law into .their own hands. being present, and were much sought after by the many ReDemocrats and forty-tw- o depositor of$1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. The riot scenes are but a warning John A. Brlslan, well known In goods peo- to hear tho Rev. Patrick Walsh, of Senators larger metropolitan dry of what is to come if conditions do publicans. Sixteen new ple. tho Sacred Heart church, who Frankfort financial and church cirwill come into office. opened the series with an able and cles, who was suddenly stricken not take a favorable turn. Miss Bezzie Hannon and Miss convincing discourse on, "Tho Mean- with pneumonia whilo at his desk Uader the Big Clock Second and Market, in the Farmers' Bank, and has since Mario Walsh, of Chicago, havo gone ing of Lent." M'KENNA'S FUNERAL. FATHER IRISH PROBLEM. State Government SHperviaioH. been confined to his home, is now to Atlantic City, where they will V much bettor and will recover, news CLOSING OF MISSION. Tho funeral of the Vory Rev. spend three weeks before going to Latest advico seems to indicate that will be welcome to his friends give some Charles H. McKenna 0. P., founder New York. that Lloyd Georgo will evening at 7:30 throughout tho State. Tomorrow SoHoly measure, of home rule. The pro- and Apostle of thoMonday Name Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hagan and o'clock there will bo a solemn closmorning daughter place FORTY HOURS. Louise returned to their ing of tho mission conducted this visions of the bill will include all ciety, took New Patrick's Cathedral, week at St. Paul's church, Jackson not recognlzo the in St. City, and was attended by home at Now Haven after spending and Kentucky, by the Rev. Benedict Ireland and will York Tomorrow morning with solemn a pleasant week here with Mr. and t. claim of Ulster to separate Cardinal Farley, 200 priests and Mr3. Joseph Price. Hanloy, C. P. The services have high mass tho Forty Hours' devotion more than 400 lay members of the Tho policy of making a been well attended and at night will open at St. Cecilia's church. McKenna's body Mr. and Mrs. William Schlegel the church was crowded to hear coming to a closo on Tuesday. The divided Ireland te acknowledged to church. Father tho Church of St. was taken from Paselonlat. A largo beautiful services will be conducted be a failure So the Ulster inalcon-tent- s Vincent Ferrer, with which he had havo returned from their wedding tho eloquent will congregation doubtless be pres- by Father Craney. tho pastor, and make trip to be satisfied in been associated for many years, to tho and will mother,their home with ent to receive the Papal blessing. will have his assistant, Father Drlscoll. At Mrs. Wallace bride's Cathedral, with more than 1,000 Renfro, of Crescent Hill. tho evening: devotions there will be some other way. But the pertinent the Holy Name Society present a number of visiting priests. TRINITY COUNCIL. question lie what d ,the price which members of the prooeseion. Bishop marching In the Miss Lillian Trudeau, who was Lloyd George will demand in return Hayes sang the solemn hdgh reNEWPORT. Sunday various seriously hurt in the act of justice. quiem mass and the Very Rev. Ray- dent at Thirtieth and railroad acci committees afternoon the lor thie of Trinity Council arBroadway, Is Meagher, Provincial of 'the Mrs. Elizabeth Reiley, of NewWill H he conscription in Ireland? mond for the Order of St. DominiCi to which able to be up and Teceive her ranging the club "Feast of Nations" port, celebrated her ninetieth birthmet at house to hear reMany mem to think it will be just Father McKenna belonged, delivered friends at !her home on Thirty-nint- h ports, which were most encouraging, day anniversary Saturday at the this measure. England needs more the eulogy, in which foe quoted street. booths will be named after the dif- home of her daughter, Mrs. Eliza The war te being prolonged ewvio... xrV.TTontui vu m roaaaa atea. J. Oliver Williams was one of the ferent countries and will be very beth Ducker. Maple' avenue. Mrs. JOR beyond all human prevision. It mieonarv ever known in this guests in Nanhville at the wedding attractive. The .meeting Monday Reiley was born in Alexandria and Fifth was well attended, and has lived in the cotinty all of her COUNTY COMMU may lat much longer tbaaa people country. Mgr. Lavelle gave the. of Mlse Margaret Claire. Taylor and night President life. She is a sister Subject to the action Meantime 4ne final absolution. Rev. T. JU Crow- - Henry J. Loremam The ceremony i abounded with interest. ooys rang ward Reiley, who wiil of Judae Ed generally auppoee. celebrate his Hairry tv VTinr- - mi m TvmiW .7. -" ffu Berfonned at St., Josesn's wu j ii uenneeay nas vae emtio party. Primaj . Pajamas for women are increas regiments are being depleted and waa one of line priests assisting at o&ures, me nev. I'nuwr r. j. J .J1 il h anniversary next am wimiwuwwa fivuna i w 1817 ingly in demand. I WMJ, surpass all others. ttwdT anuben mwi be kept 9. the aieason officiating. vx " a! IBBp Tho new creations are remarkablo for their wonderful diversity and becomingness. 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P., has been conducting a mission this Home Phone Shawnee 80S THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H CO. week in Buffalo, and Rev. V. O. Cleary, O. P., opened a. mission on A. O. H. HENRY GOSS INCORPORATED Sunday at Cleveland. All of the BOOriXQ, OUZTSSISO, SPOUTXHCI Distillers Of Southern band of Dominican, mis DIVISION 3. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH sionaries, whose headquarters are Tin Roofs Repaired and Pointed at St. Louis Bortrand's convent, are First and Third Monday, Hibernian nOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECTAITT 0 Home, Portland. Louisville, Ky now out of the city. Mil West Broadway. JLoaltrUle, Xy. 528 W. Blain St. President John M. Riley. COVINGTON. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John MarFlags were lowered to The Great American 803 East Walnut StTeot morning in honor of the tin. John J. Financial ' Secretary Wall Paper and Window Shades emory of Carroll McNamara, Secretary of tho City Commission, Broderlck. TAYLOR & WILLIAMS Room Mouldings, Picture Frames Troasurcr Daniel J. Dougherty. whose funeral Avas heir from St. INCORPORATED. and Window Shades 'Made to Order. Sorgeant-at-ArPat Begley. City Mary's Cathedral. CommisLOUISVILLE, KY. Homo Phono 2517. Sentinel Thomas Noone. honorary pallbear sioners were the ers, with William Crumley, AssistDIVISION 4. ant City Solicitor; John Richmond, I Thomas Milet, Arthur Toner, An- Meets second apd fourth Mondays, Greene, drew Shoemaker, James Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Fred Moser and Al Stoltenkamp, President Thomas Lynch. Secretary to Mayor Craig, boyhood Vice President John J. Barry. friends of the deceased, acting as Financial Secretary Thomas J. active pallbearers. Langan, 807 West Oak. ; 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Recording Secretary William P. 1818-182- 415 Fourth Street CONTRACTING PAINTER West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. SOCIETY DIRECTORY United Council, Y. M. I., of New Albany, is early in the field and is making extensive arrangements for a fall festival, which will be held at the club house tho third week in October. OLDEST BELLS. i YELLOWSTONE half-ma- st WHISKEY in tho United States hang in tho belfry of the Spanish Moorish Cathedral at St. Augustine, Fla., and bear the date of 1682. MARCH INTENTION. Tho oldest peal of bells anywhere i DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT i; j i "The Responsibilities of Home Lifo" is tho general intention of the Sacred Heart League for March. Surely it Is a most timely topic for earnest prayer. Never in tho history of tho nation was homo life at such a low ebb. Indeed it seems as If there were no longer anything of the kind. ;WMMHffBHMMMMaWHnHiHni.l I ! j I y BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER Prompt I "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.;; McDonogh. Funeral Climb. Main Directors 2908-- n and Embalmers BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBGraBL Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dig-na- n. Vw ScbbbbbbbV ! ! BOTH rECOJNrjH?. Homo City 2008 hbbbbbbbbK Sentinel J. McDermott. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE ; ; Y. ' wwiiHt imiiiimnnmniiiiininiiH CUMBERLAND bbbbbbbbB BBBBBBBBbV H,. nHFjrHy$BBBBB ' bbbbBNJ na'llflteArBBBBBBr ILL FbT ,! bbbbBi! sp ' OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER "? aP4BBBBl it 1 HOME PHONE 88 MAOKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday evenings at Club Houbo, 344 North Twenty-sixth. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. LI MAIN 3971-- y President A. S. O. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 4WMVwwtnuwmvMwwwuwiwwvvwuvwvmwwwWi First Hubbucb. Raymond G. E, Second Vice President Link. Vico Presidents-Willia- m JOHN F. OERTEL CO. A INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. rbbbbI IbbbbbbV LOUISVILLE. KY, Buckel. IbbbbbSbbbbIbb!?3b Financial Recording Schott Secretary-MVlllia- A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Caie f Secretary Robert &S2S 3Boist MqJjo. BWimtot(iwjtiitif GRAN W. SMITH'S SON IAL. S. SMITH, PROP. Street. VW rj9sSRlH Morris. Treasuror George J. Thornton. Marshal Joseph Hohman. Morris Inside Sentlnol. Outsido Sentinel James Hill. FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. VINCENT ASTOR. But-time- r. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. !! Frills and fluffs have returned. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, JR. JOINS RED CROSS. Archbishop Messmer, of Milwaukee, has become a life member ef the American Red Cross Society. To the Membership Campaign Committee he wrote: "I heartily, in- dorso and recommend the American Red Cross Association. Its work in bringing succor and health to the suffering, in war and other calamities, deserves the support of every American citizen." ASHAMED OF MEASURE. I Funeral Director and Embalmed f g BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. If $ Heme Pheae Shawnee 484 CambcrlaHd, West 11 RATTERMAN Caaeel Free SCANNELL i INCORPORATED. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY 3 tt)Flatrear. faaeeeeata H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CalOSlTCCBtt Telephone 1022. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING 20-f- t. Two-stor- y Grand jurors who have been visiting tho. Catholic charitable and educational instittuions throughout Georgia report that everywhere they found perfect sanitary and Other arrangements and all tho inmates happy and content. Criticism was impossible and tho visiting officials withdrew with profuso apologies and compliments for tho Sisters for their excellent management. When the grand jurors visited St. Stanislaus Novitiate at Vinnvillo they felt deeply humiliated and made abject apologies for tho unpleasant duties Imposed upon them. Public sentiment is aroused against tho vllo inspection measure. Leading Georgia papers now say tho law will be repealed. BISHOP O'DWYER. of still in doubt. Flounces will again feature the lingerie frocks. Longer and narrower skirts have been definitely accepted. There is a decided vogue for dark silk blouses In stripes and plaids. Many of tho hats for Southern wear are made of tho "bonbon" pink grosgrain ribbon. Purple linen combined with 'mustard or gold colored linen will also be a smart combination. The Angora wool sweater, with a wido hip belt, will be the favored one for the summer of 1917. says that Advance information gray linen in tho coarse weaves will be very smart for the late spring. A fashion of which wo will surely seo much this summer Is that of the separate coat with the lingerie frock. MARY'S QD?T. One winter day, some years ago, an English tourist was tramping through a poor district of Conne-marHe passed the church. In the churchyard ho saw an old woman praying before tho statu o of tbe Blessed Virgin. ' Of a kindly disposition, he stopped and asked the old woman why she was praying to tho image. "Shure, your honor, I'm not praying to the image; I'm praying to the Mother of God, and asking her to help mo in my distress, for If I don't havo ten shillings for the agent on Monday morning I'll be turned out of my little cabin on the road." The gentleman put his hand in his pocket and handed her a saying, "Here is the ten shillings you want. Go homo, and give up your superstition. You might pray forever to that statue before It would glvo you ten shillings." Next day he passed by the same place, and saw the old woman In the same position and occupation. "What are you doing here now?" he Bald, indignantly. "I'm thanking tbe Blessed Mother for answering my prayer, and helping me In my distress." "But she did not help you I gave you the money 1" "To bo sure you did, your honor, but it was her that put the thought into your good, klad heart God btars yo," Rev, J. Fox, D. D. a. . Tho success of the barrel skirt Is LECTURES AT COLLEGE. Last week William Link, of Louisville, delivered an able lecture o to tho students of St. Francis at Cincinnati, entitled "Wireless Telegraphy and Its Uses." Mr. Link Is quite capable of dealing accomHo with this subject. panied his talk with illustrations. The speaker is a brother of Father Conrad Link, O. F. M., Oldenburg, Ind. Catholic Telegraph. Col-leg- Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 WIEDEMANN EfCOHrORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. 8eld at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceUeatfiavM GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. " BbB , SOUND AT HEART. Wo havo not lost our faith in tho American people. Beneath tho surfaco of a national life which seems to bo growing fatally Indifferent to all high moral Ideals under tho corrupting Influences of great wealth and prosperity, thoro still abide the latent forces that though they slumber do mot die. Before our civil war thoro wero many who affirmed that itho nation was sunken In selfishness and the lust for gold. How magnificently it rose, however, when the great call came and a holy cause demanded sacrifice and service! War is not the only instrument in the hands of Him who guides the destinies of men to rouse them from and their shameful By the summons to some ease. sublime service to humanity tho national heart, we believe, will yet bo stirred till It reveals tho hidden depths of Its moral strength and devotion. After all It Is relatively only tho few among us who have succumbed to the demoralizing influence of wealth and luxury. These aro not the nation. Tho average man is still sound at heart. UBIQUITOUS IRISHMAN . tilHaBHBW PBBBBBBBBBnt THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT m??A't BK ' lllBI IbbbbbbbbB bbbbHbbbb JBbbPT b JBBBsWH IbbbbbVVbbb. WW' f MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- eta befeund aer at rfasr cable prises. Louisville Atl the late md aew Stvi s and Stureet Business MAIN College A.yrBSTXJ9 tbe 'Nearest Phone "M Net to You Oar Special $3.00 Spray tr Special $5.00 Wreath Flowers LonUvllle. Tbe largMt value ever in Fuse-ra- l offered la 723 For prompt delivery cell both phones. -- pflO fourth Mttwt kmindar'J fanram telerahed rrywbr.' Dr, O'Dwyer, tlio famous Bishop Limerick, is now eeventy-flv- e N. W. Cerner Fourth and Jeffersan years of age. Ho Is a Tlpperary man, 'born at Holy Cross, whicn also the FOR SALE MY IIOMn2422 St was Archbishopnative place of tho Ryan, of PhiladelXavlor. Lot 30x200 to alley. All late improvements made. frame: phia, who erected a simple free6 stone foundation, rooms, halls, stone Celtic cross over .his father's closets, complete bath: kitchen with hot and cold water, sink, drain; water, remains In tho old abbey. Dr. uaa for light and cooking, electric O'Dwyer was tho only eon of the available; cellar, cistern, hydrant; He cranes, fruit, warden, lawn, chicken late John Keating O'Dwyer. yard and house. All In condition ex was educated at Maynooth and was cept outside pain imp. May take ordained In 1867. While a, curate smaller house In trade. Moko offer. at St. Michael's, Limerick, in 18S6, n. JAuques, 3Z67 snawnee. he was 'appointed Bishop of LimLOT BOx erick. As a keen publicist, with a FOR 240 to alley, Grand, streets made: water, jras. sewer, elec trenchant style; as a controveraJ&list tricity available; car line next street. on education questions, and as a snawnee zztiv. writer of letters not always pastoral, the Bishop holds wn authority WANT TO KNOW. by no means confined to hie owa countrymen. England has marked out a war aoae In the North Sea tind baa CLEANS KNIVK8. warned all ships to keep out of it. K it is wrong for Germany to mark Mix a ltotle bakiac soda wKh out 'a forbidden sons, wby is K barhbrkk; you will ted tMn very easily. rUfht for JBngla4T NEW BLEND 65c 2 1.3 Lb8. 10c In "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND STREETS n, New Blend. Special rebate ticket good for trade wltb 2 2 lbs. of c SALE-PARKLA- ND 20-fo- ot 30th-32- d; voi-faUi- In his description of Interesting 212 Went Market. personalities in tno unent, iwsnop Dougherty, formerly of the (Philippines, bat now la Buffalo, N, Y In passing, speaks of the ubiquity of the Celt. Going one day to make a call at a mission, house dn. Hong Kong he was met by a big ChinaINCORPORATED man, garbed In true Mongolian style queue, a musand with yard-lon- g Clean Grocery Stores. tache and goatee. Bishop Dough"The Best For Lets." erty opened a. conversation by inquiring If the Chinaman spoke Orders for $1 or more delivered French, and received ..tihte" reply, to amy part of the ,4y. 'Wiiat's the maitw wWh you? Sure, I ant Father Keneally from Cork." world is tfae natural bridge over The greatest natural bridge In the Cedar creek. In Virginia. JOHN M. MULLOY, 'QUAKER MAID' (Formerly with Spencerian) is still doing that e work that Spencerian solicitors have told you about for past sixteen years. Day and Night Classes. Phones: College Office, City 7883?; Cumb. Main 458. Residence, City 4879; Cumb. West 129. Mr. McCarty high-grad- r. l. Mccarty - Under tho Management of 6Hre Terns key yrayere am ilmto tana Xer life. teat rtM ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE IIS W. Breaaway, lemfarville, Xy. Cesahotte r tha Xavorlaa BretBira. BcieBtiae aae Baetaetat CtaaeleeJ, CearMe, Preearatery DeaartaMBt, Lees wmuataa- - PeeL Well Baa Own austere, re. jejaea, vm ! xcEjoDXJOKir HEiRMAN STRAUS rOURTM AVENUf irisn ambioajkt. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE CARNIVAL. WW SONS MARKCT STBCgT J j Battlefield by the ladles' Auxiliary. Held up toy the Library Qommlttcc, the work will have to be repeated at the next session. ATHLETIC iHCOfrPOffAreO We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. MR. LOCKHART SAYS WAIT FOR THE The Mackln Council Athletic Club carnival takes place tonight at the club house, and to thoso Interested in athletics it will be well worth the tlmp to witness It. There will be six exhibitions, opening at 8:15 with Prof Koster and his class of olx. The second net will uncover two star athletes In itho role as a d boxing exhibition, Merlin Hogan versus Jolra McCloud. Hogan Is undoubtedly one of the best athletes In this sec tion. The third will bo a clever balancing turn rendered by the famous Meyer hrothers. Jeb Decker, the old Manual football star, and Merlin Hogan will furnish the fourth act in a wrestling exhibition. This will bo followed by a rapid acrobatic exhibition on the parallel bars by Prof. Koster, whoso feats seem almost impossible. The final boxing d act will be a exhibition between John McCloud and Kid Schmltt. Tho latter Is a well known boxer throughout tho Ho has wallopped such Bouth. fighters as Johnny Gary, Kid Patterson, Kid Phillips, Joe Wilson and many others. This carnival will be tho leal thing and will he the occasion for a large gathering. three-jounthree-roun- Htmfmmttmm INCORPORATED Co WW WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. 4t a,miSHKkw A Marvelous Showing of Spring Suits For Women and Misses Styles Thoro is a of Approved Correctness. - havo had the approval of tho world's leading fashion authorities. Tho suits on display here are tho very first of the approved styles to ho seen in tliis city. Most alL of the models arc individual, controlled and made especially for grcatjsatisfaction to all women to have the now styles first, especially when it is known that these same new styles this store. Tp see these suits is to bo informed of tho new style tendencies. Tho collars the sleeves the jackets-t- he skirts, all give authentic information as to what shall bo worn this spring. Won9ou.vu SOLDIERS BUILD CHURCH. derful materials in colors of a new brilliance; also plenty of the conservative weaves and shades. Special groupings at $25.00, GREAT MILL END SALE Starts Monday, March 12 With tho leturn of tho New York troops from the Mexican bolder camo a. story of how the Catholic members of tho Twenty-thir- d and Fortyseventh regiments of Brooklyn built a church at Pharr, Texas, whore they were stationed. This was without a little settlement church and none of tho regiments stationed there had a Catholic chap lain. Tho Rev. S. Parkes Oadman, Congregatlonalist, who was chaplain of one of tho Brooklyn regiments, heard of tho predicament of the Catholic soldiers and. set out to help Getting out his motorcycle them. he scurried around tho section until at Mission, four miles away, ho found a French priest who had been exiled from Mexico, the Rev. Francis Dupassleux. Father Francis responded and the first Sunday In camp ho celebrated mass in tho ieglmental canteen. After that quarters were set aside for tho Catholics in tho Y. M. C. A., an -- ana 90u.nu. ENIGHTS OF , . UhWUk JVfcVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV I VCl? itfl VWsDlW DA V n Late News That Will Interest Members Here and cordia, KaB. More than fifty candidates aro In lino for initiation Into Newport Council in the near future. After tho Initiation of another class of fifty tho Knights of Hastings, Neb., will arrange for a bulld- - Fifty candidates received tho de grees at tho recent Initiation at Con That time comes for every man. The only way to pre pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put 11 in a savinga account ai interest. 8 AVE FOR A HOME-SA- VE FOR OLD AGE -SAVE AND 1NVEST-SA- VE FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE FOR INDEPENDENCE. We pay 3 f per cent, on savings and help you in your investments. FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. Capital and Snrplna, $3,750,000. - Til, ii.h.uiijjl- -. vvvwwwimmHMwvvwwwwuwwwwwvwwwvi FURNITURE STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Tho meeting of tho County Board was the best attended In two years. Tho juvenile auxiliary at Richmond, Ind., started with twenty pf Water-bur$25 to tho y, GREENE'S Service. If yon want expert service just call us up. We havo never been out U10 wnr begun and aro thoroughly 0110 moment sinco equipped to Iinndlo all work of ctcry description. You can rest assured if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Anto Delivery. Parcel Tost 0 dyes for D3TEITG INCORPORATED. BOTH PHONES-26- r Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges ing stamps. Good Furniture PULS CLEANING 426 S. Fifth St. 35. DYEING CO. Louisville, Ky. at moderate prices without members. trad- charter Ladles' Auxiliary Tho Conn., has sent Gaelic League Fund. JAS. GREENE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. THE AUTO PLANE. 209 Speed Building Both Phones 157 This combination of aeroplane and automobile shown at tho Pan- The Ladies' Auxiliary of Columbus, Ohio, gavo a creditable and American Exposition is a touring pleasure car for traveling In the 4e434SK$4K&3S43 enjoyable Gaelic entertainment at air and on land, capablo of holding threo passengers. tho Chamber of Commerce. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 W. P. McDonogh, T. J. Langan altar being arranged on a piano. ing on their corner at Third and DAN J. HBNNESSY EDW. A. AXMAN and D. J. Rellly, of Division 4, Father Francis at.onco became very Denver. drafted resolutions on tho death of popular and the' soldiers thought Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Tho Mardl Gras roception of Newtho mother of Harry T. Colgan. ho ought to havo a permanent port Council filled tho largo GovBy popular subscription ernment Armory at Fort Thomas. St. James church at St. Joseph, church. mo wm do tno benenciary or a the lumber necessary to build a How Irish night, with all trimgrand concert to bo given by tho frame structure was purchased. Tho mings, will bo celebrated the Elder by building work was dono by tho Council at Cincinnati on March Hibernians on St, Patrick's day. 10. Every member In the city should hands of tho soldiers themselves. With tho addition of twenty-seve- n The church has an altar, stations attend the 6:30 o'clock mass at St. of new members tho council at tho Patrick's church on Sunday, March nishings,cross and some other fur- Beatrice, Neb., is entering tho front but there ore as yet no INCORPORATED. 18, and receive holy communion. UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson SlreeL pews or Also Is rank. meet Monday only one benches. vestments thoro all Division 3 will Fifty-tw- o young men attending set of for 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. evening and President John Riley occasions, which Is a little irregular. Notre Dame University wero given Home City 405 Camb. Mala 415 urges a full attendance to discuss Tho soldiers who havo returned are the second and third degrees at the St. Patrick's day celebration. doing their utmost to raise funds South Bend, Ind. County President Feeney and (the to supply the needs of their church, Bishop Grimes, assisted by priest division Presidents are engaged in which is still attended by hundreds members of the order, celebrated Where the 1 horns JSBHfiMBfil Where work is quickly a inemoorsinp campaign at Minne of soldiers remaining In camp. brightest; tho solemn requiem mass for dedone; l not stop apolis that will at threo ceased members in the Cathedral at Whore the work cooking Whore figures. Syracuse. KRKIJS AS MINE HOST. lightest; real fun; Milwaukee Hibernians are preparThe biggest event for tho Cathing a royal welcomo for the meal Herman Krobs, the veteran olic people of Western Kansas oc- Where MHiiiauH K2ZI B Where baking giro decooked best; Walsh, of Massachusetts, who will light; of tho Central Consumers Com- curred In Dodge City when a coun"day pany, was host to a gathering of his cil was instituted and forty-fiv- o speak at their St. Patrick's Where the range stands canWhere drudge Is oat of celebration. the test friends and customers In the nowly didates initiated. sight Perry county had a real Irish day and handsomely furnished rathskelThat's where the Spcakor Champ Clark presided That's where th at Junction City, Ohio, when a ler of the Frank Fehr Brewing over the Washington birthday meet "Quick Meal" come "Quick Meal" eomea class of twenty-fou- r candidates was Company Tuesday afternoon from ing at the national capital. Judge la. la. Initiated, Ihere wcro 150 guests 3 to 6 o'clock. A Dutch lunch was Morgan O'Brien, of New York, deQuick Meal Gsa Ranies Sold, Iastalled and Highly Reootamsadetl at tho banquet. In banquet stylo and the livered the address. served Messrs. McCarthy, Curran, King, guests were given no opportunity 215 Holmes and Browne are preparing at any stage to worry over tho high CUTLER VS. ZBYSZKO. VA1-(A1X- -(A . an old time Irish dance specialty cost of living, tho host and his asW. MARKET ST. for tho St. Patrick's day celebration sistants seeing jto it that the Inner o Tho winner of tho man was not neglected in the way wrestling match next Monday evenat Bcrtrand Hall. Niagara Falls Hibernians havo de- of food and drink. The Magnolia ing would seem to many to bo the Garden ferred their silver Jubilee celebra- present cabaret entertainers wero only contendor with Lewis or Olln and made merry with a mu for tho right to meet Steohor for t tion until fall, thus enabling the Assisting Mr. the world's championship. municipal sliver jubllco to do held sical programme. BOTH PHONES 2399 Krobs to entertain his guests wore has been thrown hy Stecher, Cutler URww "KESESBHHVBg without a counter attraction. Col. Charles P. Dehler, Lawrence leaves the honor between tho which other Divisions 3 and 4 of Minneapolis dfve us a trial for Jlirst-claRelchert, John Fred W. service. We are as are engaged In a spirited member- Stengel, Frank Schwartz,George W. threo mentioned. Tho winner MonM"M"M"i-H"M"I WfrM-- l 1 1 1 lb Senn, close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and day might should be matched with ship contest that will not end until Kremer, Fred Kollnor, Charles Olln or Lewis right away and In ; ; M. J. EMNN. UVJRDiCE J. VEENEMAH. f. BANNSN, Jfl.. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable September 1. Tho challenge Was .. accepted at tho last meeting of Di Schrelber and Max Norkowltz, rnc. i Hft. Vise PfM. I Trta. that elimination tho logical conchauffeurs our specialty. Qive us a call. Swrriry. tender would bo determined for vision 4. PREPARING. Stecher. Tho housewarming of Division 1 Bishop Thomas F. Littis estimates II of Niagara Falls on Thursday night APPEALS FOR MISSALS. was, an Interesting event in the his5,000 and 10,000 tory of the order. The celebration that between all over the world SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Catholics from Tho Catholic Church Extension of Robert Emmot's birthday was will be in Kansas City in August Sewer aaa Calvert Pipe, building, Society, 750 McCormlck also a feature. to attend the Catholic Federation Baaaea's Fateat Lidded Pipe far Steam Ceadaits, be very grateful Cuii.Ij. So.ilhOGO-Columbus, convention, preparations for which Chicago, 111., wouldextra missals on Homo, City .'ilOl of The Hibernians if priests having Wall Ceilarf, Draia Tile. TMrifiei Brick. X Ohio, headed by tho Hibernian aro already under way. hand would send them to the sorire rrseaaa, rice Lining, tire Br lea Rifles, and band, will parade on St. ciety at the above address, so that Grate aatf Beiler Tile, Gresat Fire Clay, Calauiey es. & Patrick's day and attend mass at OFFICER TO BE FREEST. the many requests now on file St. Patrick's, church. In the evenpriests may be from missionary INCORPORATED. OFFICE 928 WEST JEFFERSON ing there will be a lecture and high John F. Markoe, of St. Paul, for- filled as quickly as possible. The class musloal entertainment. mer West Point football etar, has great scarcity of missals in this HOMB PHONKS CITY CUMB. MAIN 607. Coal, Quality There seems little hop for the resigned his commission in the army country" at the present time is due Na and Europe, X WORKtf :13tkeadBrck. and Msf hoIIs Ave, Bet. 9th 10th. 1 bill granting a site in Arlington erect wherestarted for Florissant, Mo., to the war inExtension and for this Society is Office he will study for the reason the tional Cemetery oft which to and Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia Aven 11 t i i i 1111 11 called upon to make this request. i the memorial to the Nuno of the TRY A LOAD OF that of Division Thirty-tw- o divisions will turn out their full strength in the St. Pat rick's day parade in New York City. The A. O. H. ball team In the local Catholic league will be a splendid advertisement for tho order. Joe McCarthy, of Division 4, is iccoverlng nicely fiom bis recent operation at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. The second initiation of Arkan sas' baby council takes place at Helena on April 15, when a largq class Is expected. L. J. 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