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Li(svMf Cwrdft Thhms St. incorporated l VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATUR&AY, MARCH 29, 1919. cutting out the wl ul tactics of the Democratic ad nlatratlon. In the Herald of ber 17, 1917, we find one of th "box scores" published) where il as said: Kleh- x jobs were wbolished at a saving of $80,888. On November 28 tho Herald Joyfd y said that the re afooiteJUnjc Board of Works Jobs right and loft informed the taxpayers that tl y should bo tickled to deatli as is savin e board ! arsBv I virT 1 ' '"'.jfc JTrTt JbsKsLdSBBBatk '" would oo in pov Just 200 more nocks and six days. By .this time some of the gullible taxpayers wero ready to believe thit they wouldn't S?JSBs9BfH9MBBSBBBUBBBLseV fivB I have to pay any taae at all, Judgln? from tho great savlas being done by the "reform" admaaistration. But what a sad awakenteg. Near Mayor Smith's lower tax rate was balanced RnB8fntTgBnBS,Sair "mVBSaBSSSBSSSSSSSSSSJ by a higher assessment and tho Board of Works .now announces that It won't bo able toelean tho streets JHttMpl& HSjtftMHHeBHBnf very good this coming summer bei fiSL. it aABBBBHBJBSBBBBSBaBM cause of no funds. Now comes the occupational tax, last straw the whereby the cltisnns are to be gouged because oi mismanagement p ftho Bolshevik! administration. Last May tho saving board announced in sorrowful tones that in deference to tho wishes of tho Government there would bo no street LW aHtSeHfc. HHPHf JKjSyL, TafaftTB work to save etc. Thus SSBreTsBBr-L- : iS t Hfl ftavlng somo nforel money, but tho sbsip , t bbsssb s$lyJ(.TiipesejBSSKr'k e sbk. occupational tax comes just the same. But tho pmze statement of this saving board ! was this past BSBBMS "" UB) " '" mi,, week when Mr. I Brumleve announced that his board had cut off OIVILLNS BEING SEARCHED BY SOLDIERY eignt asn wagons ana sixteen men, Berlin Government has soldiers stationed at points who stop peoplo Bavlng ?1G0 a day, and that the garbage and ashes jwere being gath and subjecf them to examination for the purpose of locating concealed ered just as emc ently as before. weapons. If this is true rhy didn't Mr. Brumleve and hid colleagues cut "Tho war should havo brought, this needless expense off right after peace must bring, an Irish settletnoy camo into power? The ment. This is the message r would administration has hac.n In leave behind and take home." power nearly sixteen months and FORBIDS DUBLIN WELCOME. many a (.ally SI 60 could have been From London tho Associated saved In that time.' And maybo the Press cabled on Tuesday that in reoccupational tax wouldn't have been Declares the Problem of porting tho issuance of tho proclafoisted on us. mation at Dublin forbidding meeternment Must Bo Settled But the one dark spot that s'tands ings and processions in that city on on the record of the Bolshevikl adthe dato of Prof. Edward Do in Ireland. ministration 16 the Keystone police Valora's arrival and reception, tho force wished on us in the past sixMail says thero was somo military teen months, and (o rub it in one activity in Dublin on Monday. The bf tho speakers at the school of newspaper states ten armored psychology for the Keystone police Americans United ns Never Before cars were landed that from a steamer said that an effort should be made Desire to See Full in during tho day and that their pass-ag- o to keep the police' out ot politics, through the streets of Dublin .Justice. ' , meaning to keep the present aggreattracted much attention. gation of comedy 'cops forever, or It was announced by tho Sinn until they went back to tho plow or Fein Executive in Dublin on March etreot car platform. The Herald 22 that Edward Do recomplains because j tho Keysfonera Spent Seven Weeks Hero Studying cently was elected Valera, who IrePresident of wero not pralsed fpr" surrounding a land hy tho Sinn Fein organization, the hentlmcnt Regarding saloon last Sunday and arresting would arrivo in Ireland on Wednestwenty-thre- e Nntivo Land. men gathered there, day evening, March 2C, when the but fails to mention that on tho Executive of tho Irish Parliament same dato five houses wero looted would voffer him a national welcoma. and ono mail knocked in the head The announcement added: and robbed, with not even a clue AMERICAN OPINION DEFINITE.' "Full arrangements will be made secured by the Keystone police. The v for marshaling the procession. Tho to mention that Herald also fails Lord Mayor of Dublin will receive although the Police; Bulletin haa him at the gates of the city and puonsnea jfnr twenty-ninoeen ' him to the Mansion House, The "tlmo the years this is thei first time that it problem of- is'Cflpe to solve Ire- escort he will deliver a message where for to has been used to hide matter from tho Irish peoplp." tho public. In reporting robberies, land, and it must be settled "In etc., the Police Bulletin Ireland and nowhere else," in the crimes, Sir ST. JOSEPn CHURCH. caiofully omits tho name of the vic opinion of for Horaco Plunkett, who departed the British Isles on tim, tho scene of tho crime, etc.. in On last Friday evening the well There's a little party of rural tho Adriatic after seven weeks to this country, devoted largely residents who aro going back home studying American sentiment re known nurse, Miss Mary Coady, dewith the idea that their Keystono livered an Interesting lecture on cousins aro getting the swelled garding the issue of his native land. tho Spanish influenza and Infectious "The war should have brought diseases cranium because of their promin- peaco and must bring an Irish setand the method of treatence here. The other day four ment to bo followed in these cases. countrymen wero in town joy rid- tlement," ho declared. Sir Horace presided last year Over 200 ladies and young ladies ing a little and all was lovely until over the Dublin convention, which attended the lecturo at St. Joseph they hit Fourth avenue. Knowing Hall. On Passion Sunday, April 6, nothing about the traffic laws Or had tho support of tho British bring the Franciscan missionary fathers but which failed to tho semaphore they just kept among tho from Cincinnati will begin a holy coming in their little "fllwor." The about an agreement mission at this church, which will Irish factions for traffic cop, a former street car man last until Palm Sunday, April 13. Sir Horace's statement follows: and of course originally from the Easter and Tuesday "Americans are united as never annual Monday festival will the sticks, throw up his hand for tha take before In tho forty years I have place at spring rural joy riders to stop. They tho Vernon Hall, Story and thinking the wave of his hand was been coming to this country in a Frankfort avenue. full justice just a friendly greeting, waved desire to see aspirations of done to Ireland. back at him and kept on coming, the national LOSE TWO MEMBERS. ono of them saying that he believed They want tho difficulty out of the way, both on account of the vital Keystone cop the was old Bill At tho meeting of Division Splven's boy from Gravel Switch. principles involved and the Immense Ancient Order of Hibernians, Mon-I, number of your citizens of Irish The Koystoner, amazed at their deday ovenlng in Bertrand Hall prayfiance of tho law, rushed out in birth and blood. . "That question will, if not set- ers were offered for the reposo of front of the country boys and said: tho' souls of Thomas "Gol dern your hides, why didn't tled, continue to disturb your do- Patrick Gilligan, two H. Brown and veteran memyou stop when you saw mo wave? mestic policies, where it raises fal39 division who died in the bers of Now get back thar." Awod by tha issues and threatens to becomo a past twothe weeks. Thomas J. Langan, rage of Bill Splven's boy they start- serious embarrassment In your for- L. D. Meany and James J. McTighe I have been assured ed to back and backed Into a eign policy. were appointed to draft suitable Fourth street car, despite tho shout- over and over again that nothing resolutions on their death and five ing of the "hick" motorman, and else In all the peaco problems of masses for each wero ordered to ba tho little "flivver" got all the worst tho Allied touches America so said at tho earliest possible dates. and politically. of tho collision. Then hjs majesty closely, morally constantly asked my County President John H. Hennessy "I have been of tho law, a former street car man said all were pleased over the St himself, gave the poor befuddled opinion as to what, in theso circumcountrymen another roast. Ho said: stances, ought to bo done. I would Patrick's day entertainment and a not help toward a settlement in neat sum had been realized for the no"Consarn you, I got a County Board treasury. tion to take you all to the town Ireland and nowhere else can sat If lock-uI guees you will want to isfactory settlement bo reached mo sue our car company next and get I wore to set out tne terms oi uamages for your dern machine." solution I should personally prefer. The poor daaed joy ridors muttered Moreover, there havo been political many apologies to Bill Splven's boy changes in Great Britain since i and drove Badly away in their little left, which may havo to bo taken dilapidated car, and they will have into account. So far as I can judge some bitter experiences to relate at this distance the situation there about tho swelled head Keystoner is growing ripe for a final effort to policeman around the old grocery solve the problem,. "Mv inauirles In America nave store. Woe be to Col. Petty's Keystone boy when he goes '"back related rather to the urgency than to the manner of settlement ot hum" on a visit. One night thle wek a Portland this I am certain. The solution will iHI'.MMtipjajaaassssssssaMfflsj i avenue barber was awakened close be greatly simplified if the unan eaNgsjsBKESssBBSsaasE& to juidnlght by loud knocking on imity which I have observed in Looking out his this country is maintained. Whathis shop door. rvSJEBSBSSBSSBSSjaE B9 may or may not window he discerned a Keystoner ever the President hammering lustily at the entrance. see fit to do or say in Paris, I feel visions oi arrest ana a miamgnt that the moral sense of the Ameri $ BBflaaBjwHsSSSBBaiBBSBBHR'1 ride in the petrol wagon floated can people must be satisfied, and policies freed across our barber's brain. Sum- their politics and SBKnBvBBSSSBrHwRSBSSBBBEK moning up courage, he asked what from false issues and embarrassthe comedy cop wanted. The Key ment arising from the actual state stoner nearly knocked the barber of Ireland. "I am glad to find that on ono out of his front window by saying seems that he wanted to have bis har vital point Aemrican opinion for the cut." And the street car policeman, quite definite. The plans was supposed to be on duty watch-I- n partition of Ireland, which from jiover the lives and property ot time to time find favor at Westthe taxpayers. Maybe they told him minster, would no more satisfy at the school ot psychology that he American opinion than they would by the sentiment of needed a hair cut. Tuesday after- be tolerated noon at 5:30 one of the Keystone rs Ireland. There may be many soluwas standing at Sixth and Broad- tions of the Irish question, but there When the way In full police regalia with one is only one Ireland. exception. He wore1 the uniform. Irish neoDle come together, not to carried a club, but on top of his talk over but to work out a united bean wore a white alphine hat. The Ireland, they will be faced, as is laughing spectators didn't know every other modern country, with disguised or that the problem of holding the balance, whether he w BOY HERO RETURNS. some of the darned slickers operat- - even between the agriculture and Hartry Skinner, d interests, la this task, the la oar midst stole his police dustrial cap. Anyway Oils dtselple of the fulfillment ot whiea will dispose of who served two years with the school ot Keystone psychology didn't the soealled 'Ulster difficulty. Ameri-kao- British and Anaerlean armies. This veteran's home is at Spring-ieflhe was famishing amea.caa ofttataa, sympathy aad adviee young Ohio, amasenwat, I ,kJ'irwHl UteifBl! tr-slI .. man-iowe- r, i PRICE FIVE CENTS. PALLIUM ' PRESSING Necessities Faced by Knights Columbus in Their Over- sens Activities. fa "Will u Complete the- Installation tho Ar,cliblriiop of New York. - ot of Except For This Vestments Differ Iilttlu From Those of a Bishop. 'HilfffH&&i'& Athletic and Theatrical Entertainment and Recreation For Our Troops. t itwiiw&xSffltBBffe sfcl SHBsT BssffiBimSiisMBlifloWisnMi Church View on the Present Critical Condition in World Affairs. Eighty Thousand Soldiers Near Mans Beg for Athletic Equipment. L0 SYMBOLISM OF ESCUTCIUSON. WHAT EDGAR A. MARTIN SAYS, s With his Installation In St. Patrick's Cathedral the Most Rev. the Patrick J. Hayes became Archbishop of New York, entitled to wear the ermine cappa magna and the lamb's wool pallium, and to exercise the functions of supremo spiritual director of the clergy and faithful of the great Archdiocese of New York. The ceremony of installation, conducted by tho Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop John Bonzano, was an admixture of ancient rites and symbols, which are a part of tho church itself, and of modern thought and practice. The presenco ot a host of priests in tho military uniforms of chaplains of army and navy in itself gave A moat unusual touch to the entire picture, and mingled oddly in the pageantry of' tho .white satin of the two Archbishops, tho purplish, red of tho Monslgnorl, tho dull gray and brown robes of the friars, and tho black cassocks and white surplices of tho simple priests. The occasion was chosen by Archbishop Bonzano as a fitting one on which to express tho church view on tho present critical condition In world affairs. Most diplomats make such utterances at banquets, usually arranged for that specific purpose, new 01 mo but tho installation Archbishop of New York gave tho Papal diplomat the opportunity, for It came In naturally In his address to Archbishop Hayes when ho began to recount tho conditions tho oxalted prelate would find facing "Archbishop Hayes," ho said, "begins his administration at a moment that is critical for America and. for all mankind, In evo.ry.jIo-partmeof life problems of tho gravest 'character multiply day by day. Still trembling from Its mighty conflict, tho world is Impatient to clear away its ruins and build anew the structure of society. Law and order, individual right and national existence), science and civilization all aro involved In this crisis. Religion Itself is not exempt, nor faith, nor hope, nor the virtues that have hitherto served a the' basis of freedom all are at stake, all dependent upon the issue to which events are so rapidly moving. It is plainly seen that tho world has to learn a new lesson, or to learn again what it has so long forgotten, After trying Its own wisdom and finding It a failure the world must go back to the wisdom In the of Christ and his gospel. solution of these grave problems, America will have her full Bhare of opportunity, and likewise of responsibility. According to the measure of her wisdom In this crisis will be the weight ot her influence for good upon all other nations." Archbishop Mayes in his response touched) upon world matters, and fervently proclaimed that the success of tho Peace Conference depended upon tho spirit of Christianity in which It was conducted, and the extent to which tho teachings of Christ govern its decisions and connt B ill ., JWBtm'Z ' T PRINCESS RADZI WILL OP RUSSIA. Formerly held a prisoner in Germany, entertalnlnc Lieut ReDDv. of the Rainbow Division, at her homo at RolandBeo on the Rhino. 19 for his installation because it Is his "Feast Day." All priests are expected to choose somo special feast day, and they usually choose that of the saint whose life most REPUBLICANS "ro-for- PLUNKETT . symbol Impressed them in their student St Joseph has always been regarded by tho new Archbishop as Seeking to Quiet Dissatisfaction his patron saint, and Joseph is his Over Morrow Machine confirmation name, chosen by himTicket. self when he was confirmed in the faith in his boyhood. Tho only changes in tho vestments to be worn by the Archbishop, as compared with those worn by Local Bolshevik! Administration him as a Bishop, will be the addiDaze Taxpaj crs With Oction of tho pallium and tho capuche, a small hood attached to .the cupational Taw As a matter of fact, when Bishop Ordinary over officiating as tho American military chaplains tho now Archbisohp woro tho capucho. In ancient times this hood was Where is Enormous 'Fund tho Hor- large enough to bo put over tho nlrt Told Ufa Was being head when needed. Tho one now Saved? used by Archbishops is very much smaller and is simply worn as a days. moz-zett- a. Self-Go- v- him. clusions. tho Pope was in no haste in promulgating the appointment of the new Archbishop he expedited mattors to have the new Metropolitan take actual chargo of his see. Aside from tho importance of having a permanent head to the great archdiocese, there was a church reason for the hurry. It is a law of the Catholic church that annotating oils used in various rites, such as baptism, ordination and extreme unction, must (be not over a year old, the church year being measured from Easter to Easter. It Is at Easter time these oils aro blessed, and they must be blessed by an Archbishop. Therefore It 'Is a necessity if the clergy are to have these oils for the ensuing year that there shall be an Archbishop to Hence bless them before Easter. the special haste in investing Archbishop Hayes with the full authority of his office. The ceremony of installation was an Informal one. The main feature was the act of obedience on the part of the clergy, who will thus pledge their fealty to the new MetropoliJweLfHsSsBLaBK "i sk tan. This ceremony invested the new JsttkA' .' V- Archbishop with the full power of his office, though his investiture will ' not be complete until the Imposition ALB ', ,1 bbbV 11 of the pallium. The pallium is a , V TeTK. eapa which goes on over the head W. TBh &MSBBTSBBTem. and rests on both shoulders. It is made of wool shorn from lambs raised on the "Vatican grounds, and woven into a fabric by the Sisters - "nsjpiBBjjijtjii ot St. Agnes in Rome. Symbolically, the pallium means that the Archbishop is proclaimed a lamb of God, Under the rules of the church, the Archbishop hu already requested the Pope to send him the pallium. Under ordinary circumstances this would be stent by a special messenger, and considering jhe R0YAI BRIDE AND HUSBAND, tatortaaw of the archdiocese it Princess Patricia of Connaught may be even is these times, though married to ..Commander Alexander. It way M mauea. i.. aamsay, m tne xoyai urmsn Navy, Archbishop Hayes chose Karen,1. "While The symbolism on the escutcheon of the arms of Archbishop Hayes is as follows: The gfeen shamrocks, on a golden ground indicate both'th'o faith in the Trinity and tho" national orlrin of the Archbishon. Tho St Andrew's cross which quarters tho shield Indicates the parish in which the Archbishop was born, baptized, made his first communion and received his earliest religious training. one of tho The crown occupying quarterings shows tho Arphbishop's devotion to the Blessed Virgin, and of tho further fact that on one feast of tho Virgin, and of the Presentation In the Temple, he was bap tized, and on another, September S, 1892, the Feast of tho Nativity of Mary, he was ordained to the priesthood and on the same feast day in 1914 was preconlzed Bishop by Pope Plus X. The eagle of St. John the Evangelist is a tribute to. John Cardinal Farley, who chose Hayes as his Auxiliary Bishop Bishop, while tho Lion of St. Mark is the heraldic designation of Pope Pius X. who made tho new Arch bishop a doctor of divinity, a and a Bishop. Another change, ana an unusual one, in the Archbishop's coat of arms, will? be the placing of threo crosses on a blue background In the fourth, or lower quarter of the shield. Theso are symbolical of his tenure as Bishop Ordinary to the Catholic chaplains in tho American military service. At tho bottom of tho shield are the words "Mane Nobiscum Domino" (Remain With Us). Among the ornaments worn as in signia of episcopal rank in the Catholic church aro the ring, cross and crozier. About the fourth century of tho Christian era tho adopIt tion of tho ring was effected. was worn on the middle finger ot the right hand in tho early times because it was with that hand that the Bishop ave the episcopal bene diction. Mon-signor of office. KEYSTONER ANGERS FARMERS. l lift in. W v ?- - BjjpjejBBj: 7 , -- 1 method in its calendar to injure Stanley In tho eyes of tho voters. Baffled because of his election to tho Senate for six years tho Herald now planB to make trouble, if possible, for Stanley's frienda and followers and seeks to create feeling between them and the followers of Lieut Gov, Black. Tho organ has two Btrings in its bow. Endeavoring to create friction in the Democratic party, it is at the same time seeking revenge on Gov. Stanley for his success before tho people of Kentucky. Then again there Is growing dissatisfaction in the 'Republican ranks which tho Herald seeks to cover, and that is the growing sentiment against tho tr. o. l. Dosses planning a hand- picked ticket for November and ig noring tho wishes of tho party voters and tho aspirations of any leading Republican who may not be on the geographical olato. Somo of the dissatisfied ones say that it Is time to have a now deal in tho party, and begin by dropping Morrow, who seems to have an d mortgage on the Republican nomin ation for Governor. They say Mor row is the, typical machine poli tician or tno old school and with a d machine "ticket it wilt be for tho party in November. Then again what fun the Democratic orators will have in referring to the slate and the packed convention and primary. Well, the whole anvil chorus was out in full bloom this week and tho poor old BolsUevikI administration now conducting our "reform" government is getting knocked from Butchertown to Portland and the river to the city limits. The garbage mess, the joke vacuum street cleaner, the dirty streets and alleys of the Board of Works; the Keystone police department, the "hick" the flro department, enter City Hospital of the Boar's of Safety were all coming in for a good many knocks, but insult was added to injury when the council passed tho occupational tax Tuesday, which is meant to raise an enormous fund for the "reform" mlsmanagers to spend. Much of tho kicking is done by the good brothers and sisters who were active prohibitionists and fought for tho death of demon rum and the abolishment of the cursed saloon. Now that they have to pay for somo of the deficit it Is causing them acute suffering. It was alrlgnt to financially cripple the liquor man, but when the "drys" have to pay part of the loss well, that's another matter. But the joke of the whole thin? is tho right about face position of administration, Bblshevlkl the which from the first day of its inauguration has been ladling out "bull" about the enormous amount of money It was saving the taxvay- ara ilia ' mMiM imaiAMapv toWa that were being cut out. etc. The Louisville Herald from day to day Mtbllahkur "hociMrM" of how ' 'Tr much the near Mayor was sarin la Hert-Searc- y' iron-clahand-pickegood-night The Louisville Herald, the organ of the Hert-ScarcRepublican machine, still continuqs to rail at Gov. Stanley despito its- - failuro in 1915 and 1918 to defeat him for Governor and Senator. In theso cam paigns, tho Herald did not confine policy, Itself to a partisan but stooped to every vile and low e, - Gov-ernmn- et, dog-go- ne Hert-Searc- y p. pay-as-yo- u- x their overseas activity at this moment is the demand and need for entertainathletic and theatrical ment and recreation for our troops," said Edgar A. Martin, Just roturnod from Paris, where at the Knights of Columbus headquarters he directs tho order's overseas legal work. "Next to tho paramount question, 'When do we go home?' our soldiers aro most concerned about entertainment and recreation," ho continued, "and they want, above all, plenty of baseball, lots of sparring exhibitions and then entertainment such as is provided by theatricals, preferably vaudeville So urgent Is tho' call for these that I was sent to tho United with William StateB to P. Larkin, Director of K. of C overseas activity, In providing additional athletic paraphernalia and considering the best means of providing additional theatrical enterDirector tainment for the boys. Larkin has already placed additional orders for 2,000 baseball outfits, each consisting of, twelve balls, Six bats, four gloves, a mask and a chest protector. The order calls for immediate delivery, an.d these Supplies will be at the disposal of American soldiers abroad within a few weeks. limits the JThe Government Knights' shipments abroad to 350 tons each month, but during the next few weeks supplies of an athletic character will be given precedence, and It we can't get enough of our supplies over by heretofore used methbds we will try to persuade tho Government to permit us to do it by other means. More var than a million of our boys ' there have many hours to themand time selves every day now, hangs heavy on their hands. They cravo excitement, they need recreaThey tion and entertainment know the season for outdoor sports has arrived In this country and they read all about the preparations of tho big league baseball teams; they read about the coming championship fight between Willard and Dempsoy: they got the results or tho recent indoor games at Madison Square Garden; they are familiar with the" startling revival of all outdoor games and they long to enjoy somo of tho games and contests scheduled. This of courso Is denied them, bu they are not to bo denied the pleasure of participating in similar games and contests if it is within, the power of the Knights of Columbus to provide the means. "Not a day passes at our Pari3 headquarters that a half dozen camp commanders do not urge the immediate need of more sporting goods for the men. For Instance, at or near LeMans there are perhaps 80,000 soldiers. They are begging for athletic equipment ot all sorts. Give them enough baseball outfits, enough theatrical entertainments bulwarked with worthwhile photoplays, and they will be happy and contented. Leave them to their own resources and a spirit of unrest will permeate their ranks and discontent will follow. They are willing to endure their exile from home if only they have means And themselves. of entertaining they must bo provided and they are going to bo provided with it by Knights of Columbus If we have to build factories in Europe ourselves to manufacture needed equipment." with the American military authorities, the Knights of Columbus are fitting up a gym nasium In their new club building at High Holborn, London, for entertainment of American soldiers and sailors while they are visiting in London. Bob Warner, of Boston, a former holder of the New England State skating championship, now serving as a Knights of Columbus Secretary In the British Isles, will be in full charge as athletic trainer. He is planning some boxing contests between men of the United States army and navy. Training will begin as soon as the gymansium is complote. Meanwhile Warner has in hand three well known boxers, who will compete American for the championship of the Ameri can Expeditionary Forces, which 13 to bo decided in Paris. faced by Knights of Columbus "The most pressing necessity In -- r t i . il i' famous cnom coming. the United States under the (ausof high digaltares of the Roman Catholic church this spring, according to announcement made in New York last Friday. The choir, which is the oldest and most famous known to the Christian world, will come here la May. It is composed of thirty-tw- o choral chaplains and for many centuries tfeeec singers hare had the exclusive of staging, at those serrteei and eoclesiastleal functions at which Use Pom oIKolate la person. The ttsMa Oholr was toaaded 2d the fourth century: pices The famous SIstlne Choir from Rome will make a concert tour of , ln-l- ng tfriv-ile- ge 1111 Fifteen-year-ol- u w d, -- "lJ J 12JE&3'J?XJ0:KY AXVJL&JEX AMJ&H2XGAJ&.. J nation that nurtured them are slan- tlon bo settled and Ireland may LEAN UTON MY ARM, MOTHER. or deliberately have at last peaco and contentment. dered by Pray lean upon my arm, mother, JOHN O'CONNOR, falsifying newspaper writers. As to Your form is feeblo now 2927 Fourth avenue. conscription, lot it bo remembered And silvery aro tho locks that shade that when the first conscription act Tho furrows on your brow. passed in tho English Parliament In Your step Is not so strong, mother, In 1915 the Liberal party, then As In the days gono by. power with Asqulth and Lloyd But strong as ever Is tho love George as leaders, of their own acThat beams within your eye. excluded Ireland cord humanely When I was a babo, mother, from its provisions, knowing that bbbbbv With itondor lovo Inspired she had done a noblo part. FollowYou carried mo for many an hour ing Asqulth's retirement as leader, Until your arms woro tired. and the accession of the Tories Into From childhood up to manhood's more than partial power, with years, Curzon, Balfour and Bonar Law and Though every pain and ill Carson in the saddle, true to their You watched mo with a loving eye, old traditions they Included Iroland . You watch my welfare still. In tho conscription act. The Irish And shall I fall you now, mother, resisted this that a remnant of the When all your strength has flea, race be saved. For this they aro Neglect to guldo your feeblo stops assailed and held as disloyal by tho As through life's valo you tread. Tories, and looked upon by such Your oyes aro dim with age, mother, men as Mllford as not worthy of Caro lines are on your brow, But notice at the present time. Tho Httlo feet you guided onco did not Australia, Now Zealand and Aro strong to guldo you now. South Africa resist conscription Then loan upon my arm, mother, also, or rather refuse to enact a Henceforth life's journoy through; conscription measure? Why aro not What you did so long for him, they held up as disloyal? Ireland's Your boy will do for you. part in tho war instead of consuro I wm sssssssssm C j?Gk!'M deserves tho highest commendation, ENEMIES OF SCHOOLS. and no baser He was ever uttered than that- they conspired with tho In several States of tho Union enemy. proof can bo No better vicious and unscrupulous enemies furnished of Irish loyalty than that of tho church aro urging tho enprisoners the Irish in German actment of laws to destroy the camps refused to go forth to fight parochial school. Much to tho In German ranks against tho Allies. shamo of their honest and straightOne other turn given tho question LOOKING OVER HIS WAR TROPHIES. forward citizens Michigan, Minneby tho correspondent is to endeavor ANCIENT CAIRO SWEPT BY DEVASTATING FLOOD. sota, Nebraska, Missouri and Florto show that tho Unitde States has Private James Lee. of Company D. 107th Infnntrv. innkine nvr Mi - A flood, the like of which has never before been witnessed In Cairo, ida aro sorely harassed by these trophies he gathered from tho Huns during swept that ancient city and wrought hundreds of thousands of dollars no right to recognize Ireland at tho HIndenburg Jlno and professional bigots who at a time St uuuyick worth of damages before the waters that ruined everything In Its path tho Peace Conference any more than uufcuiiuuieuis. recog NEW AMBASSADOR TO FRANCE, when harmony and concord aro receded. The upper photograph sho ws street cars half engulfed by the that England should have most needed aro striving to enwaters of the flood, while tho lower one shows tho ruins resembling nized tho Confederacy. First let mo Hugh C. Wallace, of Tacoma, kindle tho baleful fires of hatred. Bay that if the United States does after an earthquake. those left menaco to as much for Ireland now Wash., named by President Wilson Although a standing H. J. BAKNOM, PruMtirt and Minagtr. P. MMKQH.iJR., VIei Pn$. and Trail. as England did for the Confederacy to be Ambassador to Franco in sue- - American Ideals of political and re- J while Belgium Is a mlxturo of Ger- the Irish in America will bo satis- cession to William O. Sharp. In- - Hgious liberty, their machinations, man and French peoples. Moreover, fied. Then let mo say that England sert: Dr. Mary Walker, famous as utterly devoid of honesty and com-th- e Ireland has, como under British rulo practically recognized the Confedwoman who was authorized by mon decency, seem to havo placed by force and conquest. I defy any eracy, as shown by tho Alabama Congress to wear mascullno attire; them in a position from which, man to point to a day within the claims payment, which would not der cover of law, they can put an last week. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, centuries that have elapsed slnco have taken place If England were end to every school In which tho Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, namo of tho Saviour Is spoken Ireland's conquest by England when not fully responsible. Tho stato of LAND FOR OUR BOYS. Promoting Underhand Propaganda sho has submitted to a union and affairs is altogether different In rewith reverence. How any Ameri- Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricR, has surrendered her rights as a gard to tho Peaco Conference It All of tho Enellsh Rne.aklntr pnim. can, partlcualrly If ho call himself Against Ireland Smoked Fire Proofing, Floe Lining, Fire Bricil separate nation. Don't bring for- Is a congress of nations, convened tries that have taken part a"g in tho a Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. of 1800. not only to draw up a treaty of ward the act of Union From Cover. war are making arrangements to mystery. Tho drive on tho Catholic That was a transaction between tho peace, but more specially to handle OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. English place men who composed disputed questions between nations, send as many returning soldiers school is because tho Irish Parliament and eo as to secure a just and lasting back to the land as caro to go. Can- - from tho first days of tho republic PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07, In England. brothers The h parent to send his Father John T. O'Connor Presents their peoplo comes ada has her plans well under way, t" right no part peace in tho world. Ireland confer- as have Now Zealand, Australia themselves had WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth and MnfinalU. Irish reputable school of his chIld scope of tho tho and aV Strong Flea In Behalf of quesin It, since they could neither at well withintho United States is as tii nitich t7 t hif,0rfny wn choosingishas never been since,ence and a ! that time vote for a member of well within Its rights to take up the wr?, " Irish Freedom. " rJn,.Mnn Parliament or hold a seat therein. Irish question as it is any other fh whatever their protestations, tho In" So tell me, when did Ireland cease b denied that tho can City 2360. ,.. Main 2360-made by tho Govern- - fa . i 1.. to bo a nation? A nation sho Is question that may bo brought for ward. If any of our colonies, Porto ment it is found that wo have mill- m" apart from England more truly than country which ln- Urging President Wilson Only That Rico, Hawaii or tho Philippines, lnds' Bists that tho child bo allowed from Franco across the channel or It lands suitable for homesteads i. .1 or indeed tho now much be- came demanding lie Recognize Right of .ii would bo perfectly within tho right acres that ought to bo adding to rated Germany. I dare say there is of Great Britain to bring Self Government. tho hb0e,rrn1???l,U5?l7ia?d g,Vn? SavSur heritage given Mm Inby thl not a writer in England today who lnfluenco sho possesses to all. In of the world bear 0'ndaep,e?fdont, Catholic school alone is tho child could declare that Ireland is no ? to EF,,rit a statement would bo their behalf without any offense of Hi nation. .Such ed to understand tho true dignity f: barCki?E V10, PF" ridiculous to any Englishman. It la tho United States. Tho case an imago of Almighty , n n 0 E. CHESTNUT WITHIN SCOPE OF CONFERENCE. not a colony, indeed it Is not, Poland, LOUISVILLH, KS. t,1i,,Int,Cri?r God, and a being destined for union Armenia aro considered, t aya,,,a10 aml? with God in eternity. In no other though It would consent to bo If tho exception of given a government similar to that and yet with JX!10?' iho pub,1,c la,nda of school la 10 tnught th0 sacre(lne33 ono of it3 of Canada, Australia or New Zea- Poland notgovernment. own accord the country, to tho soldier. Ho has of submission to authority, slnco It is being fhS d &nSr?S5 ,th,8 SrGat, P.irt all lawrul authority is derived from Rev. , John O'Connor, pastor of land. That would instantly settle seeks self t namVsier,d Holy Nanio church, speaking as an what the writers call a vexed ques urged for them by thp allied peo"!e God and has its sanction from Him. ,,, ,., civil in making v,a P ihaa tn,u,na t tion. It Is vexed because England tions, not for tho sake of tho American, makes tho following , n,nn pim ple, but to havo buffer States for great West. But to take this land. rimnf. nt will not agree to a reasonable setstrong and patriotic plea for justice Then such 15,000.000 available acres of It, and an(1 , forwarding the true pros-tur- n 1529 WEST MARKET STREET homo their own protection. Had .,,. f ., af to Ireland in tho Loulsvlllo Herald tlement. whichtho Gladstone House States as they are only an it over to tho soldiers will a i passed the wi rule bill, of last Sunday, which we print In of Commons, but was rejected by agglomeration of peoples, differing ?,iUlre Governmct!l1 aPPropria- yet the larger Amorlcan states have religion and lan- !LJ?;h full for tho benefit of many who tho Lords, been adopted and en- in nationality, m?nCy W'H b noe(le(l t0 been spared the plotting and in- may not have read It. poll- Father acted there would bo today no guage. Even Poland has a larger EiaMJrfan,.d P CntT7. of theso ,S t,C tr'Sues O'Connor says: vexed question, and Ireland would sprinkling of Germans and Russianss andSntrha1tnan0iylngld!e- tlclans. It would bo dangerous aDd ca?,.ba however, to believe No one need now look far to be as peaceful as Canada or Aus- than has Ireland of Orange faction-Istthat tho future er ,3 secure Tho attack l8 deferred, and English place men, carpet- made over to tho returning realize that there is consternation tralia and as loyal. baggers sent over from England to camp in the United In tho British Cw,try not abandoned. As long as a crucifix Ireland's representation In tho States. Tho Irish House of Commons has been her's do for tho Irish what tho old time WhaJ llanSs ln a schoolroom, recalling to . . did for the bettor use could bo made of a t bomb has struck homo. Tho army only in part within the last ninety Yankee t o,i ' ? .i, peoplo after tho war, mis of the Fifth Liberty loan than this? " " "' 01 emissaries that England has years, and only within tho last fifty Southern " outrage them. Perhaps And to what better use could it be 1UUDL ,n filled certain portions of this coun years anything like fairly ropre- - govern and ,..i iwii mo u urt cu lit? ..i v1,1 ITUltt. till? try with for the past four months, sentatiro of tho Irish people. But the most farfetched reason for Eng- H'MVVU .I .....1. 1U1 11. 1UIU1U UL tack. America.uiuuai AL. S. SMITH, PROP. notably tho city of Washington, what can some eighty or ninety land's opposition to Ireland having the nation? money in tho hands of tho Tho advanced by this which has been busy with quiet, members accomplish In an assemGOSPEL OV HKALTH. propaganda bly of 670 members, tho vast ma- correspondent Is that an Independ- Government will make this and underhand rather projects of tho against Ireland, which England wa3 jority of whom are hostile to them. ent State so located and because of other The Ameircan Red Cross, coming Theso land3 out from the tremendous duties and not slow to realize after Wilson's As to tho House of Lords, it is Its proximity to England would bo Government possible. of obligations of its war service, faced peaco. But will give homes to thousands "self determination point" became nothing short of Impudence to as- a menace to England's prominent, would at once loom up sert that Ireland has representation as an eminent man said recently In soldiers homo from tho war. BOTH PHONES 810. at onco tho widespread human sufon tho horizon with better right therein. Those very Peers who sit reply to tho samo statement, Engfering caused by war. It found PACTS LITTLE KNOWN. than any other nation held in for Ireland are her most bitter and land has a nation much larger and problems of food and reconstruction thraldom by a more powerful one, unyielding opponents as must bo I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. and op- nearer to It than Ireland France 771to be tho most of sucn magnitude Tho Irish are said smoked from cover and no longer pressors. Again, Mllford and other from which, sho could bo more easily flnancC(i by governments. No volun- able to stem tho tide of sentiment English propagandists como forward attacked, and Ireland being far moral nation in tho world. tary organization could handle their Approximately four-fiftof tho solution. No voluntary gifts could In this country, rushes out In tho and tell us that England would set- - moved from other European nations, open at last, blustering, bellowing. tlo ithe Irish question if the Irish with England interposing, would not Irish People are Roman Catholics, entirely provide for their ellmlna- Ireland's population was tlon, In turning its thought there- lying as John Bull always has done would permit it. No more sinister endanger England in tho least, and HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y 8,175,124. It Is now but four and foro to tue particular object toward when brought to bay. In Thursday's lie was ever uttered. Let mo call Is there not to bo the League of a Courier-Journthird millions. tho Washington attention to this one fact that can Nations for protection? which Us futre activities Bhall bo From May 1, 1851, till tho end directed it li natural that tho I correspondent, M. M. Mllford, ex- bo easily verified to disprovo this Ju3t think of a nation of thirty- poses his hand and gives us evi- falsehood. When In 1893 tho Glad- seven millions fearing a Httlo Stato of 1911 no less than 4,367,493 American Red Cross should face tho dence that Louisville has been well stone home rule bill was passed by of only about four millions. The peoplo emigrated from Ireland. great facta and probloms connected Tho average wage of tho agrl- - with publlc health. So during tho represented In the British ranks In tho House of Commons, and there truth Is England fears for her com Washington. For out and out was a prospect that it would pass merce rather than her peaco or "u"" luuiuui- iu iruiauu umuro summor thirty or more overseas n ..,. .v.og British misrepresentation, rintv lying, In tho Houso of Lords, no qther safety. England has always retarded tho war wan between $3 and $4 a tnminn. confusing and brutal, nothing llko than tho present A. J. Balfour, then Ireland's commercial growth. Her WeeiC. f i,nmn vrrUI Tfirlnlm n pneTiol nf Gladstone's first homo rulo bill vu u,ni, It has appeared in any newspaper in a Tory member of the Commons, resources are left undeveloped, her nt cunHnn nf wv .. MVMHIit this land. rushed over to Belfast (Carson fisheries, tho most prolific, aro ne- nao inuuuutcu in uiu vuuiiuuuu 111 nlnnnllnAca ot wholesomeness and n lOOf? Anvil y4,M,t0 .,! n,l Until this took a was then unknown) and delivered glected, and her Industries except in DMUlUg UJf Oil) VUICO OXOt hand the Irish question has had no a series of incendiary addresses to Belfast aro nil, her magnificent harvvvwwwwvtwvvwvvvvvtvwwvvvvvvvvv Local government was given to thoroughly versed exponent In this tho people, inciting them to resist bors, excepting two or three on tho FOLLOWS IRISH EXAMPLE. country. All others have been home rulo even to the point of re- England side, aro as they were in Ireland by the Conservative party frH"M"M"W-44HlH"H"H- groping In the dark, talking, writ bellion. Tho Houso of Lords finally primeval days, untouched by tho by tho local government act of John aicCormack, tho famous ing, discussing a question they little rejected tho bill, and this they did hand of man. It Is not armed at- 1898. Irish tenor, became an American InTho term "homo rulo" was ... - citizen on St. understood, but all at once a light for the second time In Gladstone's tack England fears from Iroland, day, re- UVtiWik i1 veniea 07 ino iaie rror. uaipniiui, nouncing his alleglando to King has dawned on him and with smug days. Does that look like England but her commercial rivalry. dog- wanted to settle the Irish question? assurance and cmui louuiv 01 itiuu Ireland asks today the right of George. The ceremony was con- matism ho informs us that Ireland Even tho present home rule enactwill be satisfied ducted by Hon. Victor J. Bowling, (1846-185In five years Ire- - JustiCe of tho Now York Supremo Is no separate nation anyhow, not ment, poor as it is, has been hold with nothing less, and her faithful 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, a colony, has had full representaup by the English Tories and Bel- friends in this country aro rallying land s loss in population, througa CourL Two yeara ag0 lhe nor tion in the British Parliament and, fast Orangemen, and not by tho nobly to her side. They will not ttartiOnnn'n?nSeaS0 S"011' received his first papers of cltizen-oh, ye gods, her Peers have sat in Irish. It is unnecessary to follow bo hindered by any species of misMcCormlck shiP in Philadelphia. the House of Lords: is more a part this corresDondent or or threatening in his other representation celebrated tho event at night in of tho British empire than Canada ' meanderlngs, but one or two other calumny. ? 7 This Is what Infuriated mninwt ,P SSmmo fc8 th0 Hotel Commodore by singing or Australia and has no more right of his accusations against tho Irish England, Sho . can coerce tho fi,lhTTCUr,f TbUti was "Th0 Wearing of tho Green" and before tho Peace Conference than need be noted. One is the Irish Irish at home; Indeed Ireland is JTeCtyTth,0 JllSQ,0t I3EXOKT13;s. "The Star Spangled Banner" at the New EUKland Or California. This mnrliipr flnrlnt? hf Into war. TMn today under martial law, but Eng? "'J1 dinner of the Friendly Sons of St. m inn no?!.1 SOOS-- a Climb. Main Is characteristic British tactics, lie, people ever behaved more loyally land can not turn her machine gun3 Homo City 290S tenor lives on West EnT1 fallen to 34,000 Patrick. The Strt. onnnsltft Ca.r- lie, He; if all is not believed at than the Irish at that critical time, and brutal soldiery on those of the 1913 this1 ffv.H,wnnfh aCreS. TTa uww least some will be. Suoh Is tho only By the volunteer system they con Irish race in the United States. xiuii, xr uc&iu YTH 4ii;tv xuiv uibj. uo nlon resort In tho present predicament. trlbuted moro men proportionately There is no doubt but that tho has a home at Collender's Point, England has not a sound leg to to their population REFUSE BRITISH: ORDERS. to tho army sympathy of a vast majority of Noroton, Conn., and maintains an pleasing way dwelt upon tho neces-- 1 HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY stand on in resisting Ireland's claim than England or Scotland by con- Americans is with struggling IreCounty slty of unity if the Daughters are. estate, "Greystones," in day tho Tho to a hearing at the Peace Confer- scription. Tho Irish regiments dur- land today, and the American peoplo h WIm TVInVlnw ITnolnnil T.nnilnn to reach tho heights to which they ence, Mnnnrmtnir tnmmi nrsr aspire. At tho close of tho meeting' ing the great Von Kluck advance aro willing to assist her, as was (New York) Division cracked tho iiio titt-f DIVISION S. When we read in Mllford's corre- Into Franco in 1914, at DMons and evidenced In tho magnificent vote in HIndenburg lino it received orders to tho Knights of Columbus during light refreshments wero served. spondence that Ireland re- to rest from tho British General fho war. is not a other points, formed tho principal our House of Representatives The tenor is thirty-fou- r First and third Fridays, Hlberataa commanding the sector, but instead separate nation wo can safely wager lines of resistance and behaved, as cently ln her favor. na ni,i ima tn Amortnn in CAN'T BE BEAT. Homo, 0 Portland. a dollar to a doughnut that he has our own papers then told us, with Mllford pretends to speak not sent back word, "To hell with tho 1904 and was first presented in President Tim O'Leary. rest give us a barrage." declared nnn never read the history of nations, a gallantry unsurpassed. merely his own views but thoso of n tjoto- Vorv hv namr Tr.am- Tho John D. Mooro Tobacco Vice President Walter Murphy. especially of Ireland; that ho is as Last fall at tho beginning of tho many others. Ho would have us t?, ??.v- - FnclB Kelly, of Albany, mersteln in tho Manhattan Opera Company i3 breaking records dally Financial Secretary John Ignorant of Irish history and of last Liberty loan campaign Lieut. believe that there is a largo party umtbn. ibuuu8. uuuyiaiu .ui luu xwljiilv- - .fclMW . -' with its fine War Hawk twist, which 1850 Portland avenue. English mlsrulo of Ireland as .a SaUvauge, of tho French army, strongly opposed to the President seventn, m. an aaaress ln Now Is made where tobacco grows and Recording Secretary John A. boy is of tho pro- - spoek at Macauloy's Theater. ' He allowing tho Irish question to como York City on Sunday. The division aiEMORIAIi FUND. HELP has tho genuine mellow, warm Martin. blems of Euclid; that .thl3 pro- - eloquently told us of the almost before the cosference, and that they finally rested, ho said, when after flavor that gets at the cockles of Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. nouneement of his has been whls- - hopeless resistance to tho attack of aro of tho opinion that it will re an enure aay spent "mopping up" At last week's meeting of tho your heart and keeps you wanting Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-hapered into his ear by some Indus- - tho German phalanxes on tho ceive no notice from him, hut doubt-- J German machine gun nests it re- - Daughters of IsabeUa, recently dally. It smell of from a British airplane clr- - ganlzed here, Mrs. John Woodbury moresunny fieldshas the good red British friends. ports, to which they camo less 11 mere do sucn a nunmer xney nel the and Sentinel Thomas Noone. Indeed Ireland is tho only country within striking distance of ln 1914. aro of those to whom "tho wish Is cll?.ovrhead a note whIch road: in a feeling talk explained tho earth, and either for a smoke or a Tho Germans have evacuated movement to erect a memorial to In the world that Is today as purely That the lines were thinly held by father to the thought," and aro of chew it can not bo surpassed. DIVISION 4. 01 me same race as it was at tno English and French troops, and that class whoso weight Is negligi and the HIndenburg line is yours." , rathor Abram Ryan, tho poet prle3t pnmiwnv nlttn mAniifnpfiirfta This trm beginning of the Christian era. The that England's troops on that part ble. aro Tho of tho South, with tho gratifying famoua jed TCaf brand of smoklnir Meets second and fourth Mondays, Celtic people are still moro than of tho field were composed of Irish levying no political blackmail how FORTY HOURS. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. result that tho Chairman of thoinT.(1 Pnnwine tnhnnon. whiio thnir of tho Inhabitants. It regiments, That tho case seemed base this assertion of MUforld. They weiraro uommmeo was msiruciea fnmni,H n rc. and nino nihhnn President John J. Barry. Is today racially what it was when hopeless, and orders to withdraw aro making no threats whatever, The Fcrty Hours' Prayer in to receive donations and present twlstn havn hPfin on thn market for Vice President 'Mark J. Ryan. d Henglst and Horsa were effecting were momentarily expected, when but as an honorable and f0r e cSta8 troek will them to the memorial fund in th9fort Recording Secretary Iawrence s and havfl cortalnly st0od Augustine'B name of the Daughters of Isabella. the their little Saxon settlement on tho . word came to lipid if possible for ed body of men are heart and soul take Placo at st Q tlme and uso gloriously D. Meany. Keutlsh coast of the British Isles, six hours more, that three fresh in the movement to settle the Irish Financial Secretary Thomas J. ", and long. .These brands aro kept on Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. a It Is ody more truly a nation than French divisions would then arrive. question at the peace congress and mv uvWiua FT,, HUIQ AT4MI.Q (, LUO XkUlgUlB Ul UUIUU1UUO "SS, rtliU d sale by all live wires' among iltlU high mass tomorrow morning, with open to the publlc. Announcement merchants, and the guarantee our England or France or Italy or Bel- - The line was held, but when relief are acting in the open and not Treasurer' John F. Burke. of xne peoples an tnese coun- - came and the shattered Irish regl-tri- e as are England's em procession and exposition, and the that Father Barrett, chaplain at glum, Sergeant-at-Arm- s Company Patrick ConMoore Tobacco have undergone more than ono ments were withdrawn they left 80 issaries in this country today. The services will continue until the Camp TZachary Taylor, well known John D. every twist sold. nelly. Anglo- - per cent, of their numbers dead or endeavoring solemn close on Tuesday. Thess for his eloauenra and rare wit, Is behind are not chaag in this time. The Sentinel M. J. .McDermott. (he wounded on the battlefield. 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Main A East Franklin Street KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE Home, city 348 j.. J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST Highland 1033 JOS. GROCERY WINES, V. SPANINGER AND SALOON, FINE LIQUORS, CIGARS WHOLESALE 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. 370 Baxter Avenue Ladies, Avoid the Rush Brlns your last year's hat to us early and save money by havlnB It reblocked In the newest shape. We Have Thirty Kew Shapes To Select Prom. Our method of Teblocklnp, a cleanexeat ing and dyelnff has proven success. Our forty years of business 13 our guarantee. When you brlns your hat to U3 you are brlneinu it to a reliable Louisville concern and you will get the best attention. MESSENGER SERVICE tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, berths, etc. Prompt and reliable messengers for all kinds of (personal and private business. Phone City 4414. (DAY OR NIGHT.) 000 SOUTH FIFTH STREET. We purchase and deliver theater Falls City Straw Works 713 WEST JEPrEKSON North Side OO-A-- L St. STBEET Bernard Lump c QA FISH FOR LENT. FULL SUPPLY t We are now prepared to deliver coal promptly to all parts of city. ST. BERNARD MINING CO. (Iiccrpouted) Both Phones 932. ALL KINDS FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Carner Feurth and Jefferson RIVER PISH OYSTERS AND SHRIMP SMOKED FISH Both Phones 2040 S -- rriG iSI!Xsh (L CORNS,BUNIONS tflfrowhiE mhJ Abwrmjl Nails Sclttlifleally Traits Dr. Cor. Brook and Market Sts. MEN'S BLACK OR TAN Uriah Z. Litsiy Chiropodist 507 StarlcB BothPbo: JOHN B. RATTERMAN BaiMiaJ WORK SHOES $3.50 to. $600 These Bhoei are ,world heatorj they look well And they stand designed basffs of service. They awthey renoad built for service and der that service. leaves several children. Her fupress representative. neral took place Tuesday morning How lit- with requiem mass at St. Mary "Clerical domination! tle they think who use that phrase Magdalen church. of what a tremendous tribute it is Sunday afternoon the last solemn to tho Irish priests. What is the secret of tho priest's Influence with rites were held over the remains of tho people? It is nothing but the Patrick Hourigan, of 2100 Bank recognition by the people of .a street, at St. Cecilia's church, with truth that in Ireland tho priests many friends and relatives paying have been what ministers of religion tho .last tribute. Deceased had been should be everywhere, tho fathers long a resident of the West End and guides of their flocks. In Ire- and enjoyed the friendship of n land the priests have always stood wide circle of acquaintances who beside their people, comforting, en- mourn his death. couraging and helping them in dark days their safest, most unselfish, St. Ann's congregation on Sunday often their only leaders. Let the suffered the loss of another of its Protestant minister by Bimilar deeds oldest members, Mrs. Hannah Grifsecure similar influence over his fin, aged seventy, widow of Daniel people, no Catholic will seek to Griffin, who resided- at South and diminish it. Would you deprive a Edwin avenues. Surviving her are minister of religion, because he Is two sons, Daniel and Timothy Grifsuch, of his rights as a citizen and fin. Tho funeral services were held of his influence as a man, an edu- at St. Ann's church, conducted by Would Rev. Father Hill. cated man, a good man? you rob him of the secular Influence Tho funeral of James Fitzgerald, that traditional service has merited for his cloth? Finally, should wo fpr many years with the Avery Comnot bo honest with ourselves . and pany, who died of bronchial pneurecognize that If religion Is not a monia at his home, 324 North mere pretense with us it is the mo3t Twenty-thir- d street, was held Monimportant thing in life, and should day afternoon from St. Cecllia'3 Influence our every action? It Is church. His wife, threo daughter.i not something to be put outside the and five sons survive him. He was n years old and was well backdoor whenever we choose. A ' minister of religion then, If he Is liked by all who knew him. at all a worthy one, Is entitled to special regard as such, and his ad- ' Michael J. Kline, seventy-on- e vice has a special valuo even In years old, beloved husband of Baro bara Kline and long a faithful mem-Tiwhat might be considered very affairs." of the Sacred Heart congregaIn their desire to avoid greater tion, passed peacefully into eternal evils tho clergy, he thought, might rest Sunday morning at the family at times have heen shortsighted in home, 2212 West Broadway, leaving their counsels, becoming "rather too' a wide circle of friends who mourn severe a break for a naturally con his death. His funeral was held servative people," and obtaining, Tuesday morning, Rev. Father requiem high "for a defacto government an obedi- Walsh celebrating only to a de jure one." mass. ence owed In the present trying tinies, how ever, the Irish priests have surely Saturday morning Rqv. Father shown themselves sound both In Brey celebrated the requiem mass head and in heart, true pastors of and conducted tho services over the their people. remains of Miss Montgomery Wat-so- i, an exemplary member of that GET OUTDOOR AIR. parish, whose death is mourned In Holy Cross parish. Miss Watson is According to the calendar la3t survived by her mother, Mrs. Julia Friday was the first day of spring. Watson, and a sister, Mrs. E. M. Whether the beautiful balmy days ITuber. She was a daughter of tha have come to stay with us or not is late John B. Watson. Influenza a matter of conjecture; but when caused her death. fre3h here we should take all the air and sunshine they afford. As John B. Vogelsang, seventy-thre- e the plant not only draws sustenance years old, a retired dairyman and from the earth and has the constant member of St. Columba's church, watchful care of tho gardener, so died of pneumonia following Influmust it likewise have air and light. enza at his home, 3403 West MadiSomething similar Is perceived in son street. He Is survived by his man. It is not conducive to health widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Vogelsang; to bo always Indoors and never two sons, Ben J. and Anthony have the benefit of fresh outdoor Vogelsang; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph air. Outdoor exorcises and walks Exly, and a brother, Matt Vogelwhere wo breatho tho fresh open sang, of Rockport, Ind. Father air and enjoy the bright sunshine Maloney celebrated . the requiem Many mass and conducted the funeral are a grand tonic for all. weak and sickly children would soon services Saturday morning. grow strong were they transplanted up rooms Into the from closed Grief over the death of his son, fresh air. Tho sudden change of Louis Selbert, victim of influenza, temperature is sometimes dangerous caused the death of Jacob Soibert, and may bring on, colds and other aged seventy-fivat his homo, 3026 serious ailments if precautions are West Walnut. Forty years ago he not taken. It is always of vital Im- Introduced one of tho first brlck- portance to wear clothing suitable maklng kilns in this city and until' to tho weather, and many of our recently had led an active life. He best physicians claim that some of is survived by his widow, Mrs, Marour modern dressers are too thinly guerite Seibert; three sons, John, clad. Bo out in tho fresh air as George and William Selbert, .and What can bo three daughters, Mrs. Dan Schneimuch ' as possible. healthful or invigorating der, Mrs. Henry Nlckles and Mr.i. more than the fresh air and sunshine in W- - H. Karst, of this city. His fuan open field or dry woodland. neral was held Sunday afternoon from St. Charles church, where na POINTS WAY FOR WORLD. had long been a communicant. - , . sixty-seve- mun-dan- er Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY See us about anything In real pstate. We soli, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. The- - SnKv. Of The, Hour. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. fn Loans to those having regular' in- SAM L. comes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTOR FOR or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOiUb F. R. TOOLEY, NATIONAL DISCONTENT. 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h Building, Room 1, Courier-JournSt. Despite the continual and rather 415 S. Fourth Street. Home Phone Shawnee 868 vociferous denial of the partisan is a great deal of pres3 there menacing discontent In the country. X. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY WM. P. BANNON Unhappily enough, this querulous Incorporated. any restlessness is not confined to CONTRACTING PLASTERER particular class All of people. SOUTH WENZEL ST. classes, except the profiteers, are Brook and Bloom affected 'by It. The workman comBoth Phonos 4202 City 8380 Cumb. S. 15S-- T plains of high prices, the returned soldiers of unemployment, tho ordinary citizens of curtailment , of Home City 2803 "SOUTHERN STAR" liberty through a thousand and one petty laws and regulations, and REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY SLICED BACON workmen and soldiers and almost aghast at the "AU Ready for Your Griddlo in tho everybody else stand FRED HORNUNG, JR. Morning" unseemly quarrel between the PresiPLUMBING AND GAS FITTINa dent and Congress, and ask: AVhat HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE next? What next, indeed? Con712 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. gress has adjourned and left the Incorporated Louisville, Ky. country In a muddle, and ho would bo a prophet who could tell what Home Phone Shawnee 80S DEAD ANIMALS the next nine months will bring us. HENRY GOSS But it is to bo hoped that some HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID strong men will keep their heads Roofing, Guttering, Spouting and try to lead the people out of Call Homo Phone City 721; Tin Roofs Repaired and Fainted the wilderness of discontent. This Cumb. Phone Main 721. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty by recognizing only bo done can 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. grievLOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. that our citizens have serious must bo met in a ances which spirit of frank helpfulness that IL1MBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. bears with it no odor of the settlement or the soup kitchen. There All Kinds of Footwear For the A. Lazar, Manager Is entirely too much philanthropy Whole Family Money Advanced on Your Plain Note and too little social legislation. 312 West Jefferson Street Two HAMBLY'S Stores Wrist bands and sweaters and hot baths are excellent in their way and (Second Floor) Shaw. 1710 place, but they are a worthless sub- 20th nnd Portland. City 7164 Home Phone City 2967. stitute for a means of livelihood, a 18th nnd Magazine poor relief for high prices, a mean exclfango for curtailed liberty. These The best GLASSES you can get last, a livelihood, fair prices and THE liberty are the present demands, are the only safe kind to wear. ''Ask Any and of course men will ultimately Oculist." get all three, if not by fair then by Correct GLASSES are as important foul means. History has repeated OPTICAL as the right medicine and WE makt itself and will do so again, unless those who are charged by, their ofCOMPANY 'them. fice or Influence to bring relief do so quickly. And let them not waste 013 Fourth Avenne, Louisville, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. time on palliatives; the day for such is gone. They must striko frauds at the root of the evil and give every man a fair chance to earn a decent livelihood, in the full liberty Else Bolof an American citizen. shevism will appear on the horizon. America. TlcSMOKERS I "BREVA" ROBERTSON al dl 'i 508-51- 0 M 21 CJ JrjrrtJt , MADE THEIR VOWS. Miss Edith Schaaf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Louis Schaaf, 1007 East Elm street, 'New Albany, took the veil In the Sisterhood of Provi s, dence at St. near Terro Haute, on Tuesday. She is a membor of a class of nearly 100 young women who took the vows of the order. Miss Schaaf will be known In religion by the name of Sister Marie Celeste. Miss Schaaf was reared in New Albany, where she Is widely known, and was edu Mary's-of-the-Wood- W. MARKET LOUISVILLE,. KY. A complete lino of Furniture at prices that are always the lowest. Satisfaction guaranteed. MEAN GOODBYE "As TO MR. FLY Screen with Dow's Screens. DOW WIRE & Ner to You as tbe Neatest Phone' FUNERAL FLOWERS j IRON WORKS cated in Holy Trinity parochial schools. Eight months ago she went to pre to St. pare for her entrance Into the Her sister, Miss Lavette Schaaf; Miss Mary English, Miss Margaret O'Hara and her aunt, Mrs. William Dunn, of New Albany, left Monday night for St. to witness the ceremony. Mary's-of-the-Wood. Mary's-of-the-Woo- Ill Incorporated. BOTH PHONES. W. MARKET. A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 LADIES ! IM(h4ftH Stfafl LMH.C mnswmiftc fourth MtYtoe laitvie mrr KdT e, FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET SPALDING SHOE CO. H1SHTEEKTK AKD MAPLE District Out of the High-ReOPES 872X1X08' nt Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. ii. B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 'M"H H' SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A J. 5c 810 XrSCHHE A.VBKUK TclepheM 1MM. RASTER MONDAY. iBcst Cigars Made foH'W'M"t:H'' On Eastor 'Monday, April 21 tho ladles of Holy Trinity parish will provingly, , give an entertainment in the hall at " 'Twill be more oompanlonablo Kentucky and Dupuy streets. Games for thJe little Jon4eees!" she said. will be played both afternoon and DOUGHNUTS. gasped Danny, "The Joneseei" evening; lunch will be served at all (To doughnuts z z add "and who are tiwy?" times, and supper will be from 5 to spoonful of ground ginger. The "There's six of theei, Danny, 3 o'clock, a special spice will not be detected, and the my wedding present to you." There will be lotto Party for the children. deughnute will not absorb the fat. dear," said his new ;wife. "They're one-fourth Cardinal O'Connell, speaking In the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, said the great nations must learn from Ireland tho lesson of maintenance of faith in God and tho law of right. Ho added: "It is a certainty that unless the ruling classes, those who have tho power In their hands, recognize the eternal laws of justice and righteousness and follow them the world colIs" inevitably on the point of lapse. Ireland for seven centuries has stood up against the Avorid, against the prldo of tho world, tho eyes of the world and the conquest people of the world. The Irish held fast to the cross. You have taken our lives, they said, you havo taken our lands and our money, but you can never take God from us. learn Now let the other nations from Ireland, because Ireland saw what they never can see God on his throne of Justice. That is tho only lesson today that can preserve any nation on the face of the earth. If Ireland is wrong then there Is but nothing left for the world Bolshevism, but Ireland la rignt." LOOK AT SKIN. To judge a good ham, see that tho skin is thin. Old hams have thick skins, and they are apt to have a strong flavor. EVEN MATCH. , formed. When they were safely married he cleared his throat and announced to his bride that ho had a confession to make. "It's about the wedding present you.' he said. I have for thought that is. I well, I calcu liated it would .be a- nico surprise I have four children at home wait ing to call you mother." Mrs. Tracy nodded her head ap- Danny Tracy, widower, did his second courting through a matrimonial agency and in time formed nn alliance wltii Abigail Jones, widow, who, ilved in a neighboring State. He 'went to flier home for the ceremony and seemed rather ill at ease while it was beings per- Brine us vour last vear's Straw let us shape it Into this year's latest We telegraph Flowers Everywhere mode. We aro in a nosltion to do the .best of work at reasonable PERFECT FITTING The Right Rev. William Turner, prices. D. D., the newly appointed Bishop of Buffalo, will bo consecrated toCleaning, dying, reblocklng of SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES morrow at the Franciscan Monas- Ladles' Hats in thb latest styles. Bishop-elec- t tery in Washington. Turner requested His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons to consecrate him and the latter promised to offi515 West Walnut St. ciate. The Franciscan Monastery i3 located Just about three doors from he has Dr. Turner's home since been attached to the Catholic University. Editor, has made scores of his readors from 50 per cent, to 500 NEWEST IN STYLES. per cent, on investments, who have Oculists' Prescriptions. to buy Bits of ribbon aro In favor again. followed his "tips"inon what mining oil and and when to sell, Organdie overblouses are very stocks, during past year. He knows SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY smart. "Who's Who" in tho oil game. AU iNcoEFOKATED .Short skirts are again stealthily information strictly confidential. advancing. Fourth and Chestnut. Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil The short sleovo will remain for Journal $2. (Free with each new subscription a beautiful map of S1t your boy aa eflaoatton that wlU tho summer. p'repare tbna for Ufa. The walstless dress is already a, Kentucky oil fields an artist's Idea of an airplane view of the State, thing of tho past. inches.) Writo ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE The late imports of blouses feat- worth ?5; 14x22 copy pges, 113 W. Broadway, r.olvllle, Xy, 16 for free sample ure the short sleeve. 2 are illustrated, Flowered satin petticoats Conducted by tbe Xiverlan Brother. building, Louisville, Ky. Classical, Scientific sorts of dresses. and worn with all BulnMa Courses. Preparatory Department, Largo Not for some tlmo to come may Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Oya&a-aluTerma moderate. women expect any price reductions lire. Beajamln, Tit. in clothes. Fringe still holds Its own and finishes the tunics of many after noon frocks. Some of the newest French hats are smocked all over and made in . JOHN P. BECKER close fitting toque shapes. In 'tho advance guard of summer clothes aro distinctive gowns of OPTOMETRIST, black satin with a cape to match. strips of white mercerKnitted SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES ized cotton that are joined by fagotvulgarity of tho new evening The ing aro tho newest fronts for vollo Twenty Years' Esperieuce, gowns worn In London has mado blouses. Prices Reasonable. The use of white cotton fringe the mothers of Mayfalr and staid offers many suggestions; for adorn- women throw up their hands. Tho S15 Starha BuMiai, Thir4 Fleer FaHrtk h4 Walat. ing summer frocks, both of linen ball gowns are described as "mere fringes." Phone City 1180. and cotton materials. BISHOP TURNER. Walnut Straw Works OLD MAN HARRIS ro 411-41- Inter-Southe- rn . jDRirois: I &o JK331TJOKr5r "KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN: COMING EVENTS. b-- ) April 11, 13, 15 "Pilate's Exclusive City Sales Daughter" by Holy Rosary Alumnae Every Tire in Academy Auditorium, Fourth and PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Agents For Park. Retreaded P4rtd to the Sodl aad Mortl AdvMcemeat of Ifkh American ud CttboBCi April 21 Entertainment for Holy RACINE TIRES Ancient Ordor of Hibernians. Young Men's Officially Indorsed by By Us Trinity church in hall at Kentucky Institute and Catholic Knights of America. and Dupuy streets. Guaranteed Guaranteed "Retreading With A Conscience" AprlL 20, 21, 22 Annual carnival Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., InccrportS, 5,000 Miles Council, Y. M. I., In hall, of Trinity 3,500 930-93- 2 SOUTH THIRD STREET SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINOLECOPYSc Baxter and (Morton. Racine Adjustments Miles April 21, 22, 23 Holy Cross n Matter. Entered attht Loultvllle Pottotflco TOM MOORE, JR. South 703 Phones-Ci- ty 2408 E. O. STIVERS Church Vaudeville Review, in school Wsri Srwe St hall, d and Broadway. AMrwt all CmbuhhiIssIIsbi to the KENTUCKY IfllSH AMERICAN, ) May 6 and 7 Annual charity entertainment of Ladies' Sewing Soimproved in ciety for St. Anthony's Hospital at tism and is much fyA(COUNCM) health. Phoenix Hill Hall. May 8 Moonlight excursion of. B. Mr. and Columbia Athletic Club on Steamer Wednesday Mrs. J. for Riloy loft Carrollton, evening Island Queen. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919 and will visit Judge R. W. Slack LOUISVILLE, KY and Mrs. Slack vat Owensboro beforo KEYSTONE POLICE. returning. purpose by a bandit leader who can WILL HESITATE. Iveystono comedy cop3 we are, by turn on them at any moment, gum, Matt J. Winn and family are preMorton Mllford, the Courier-JournEnvied by all tho folks way back paring to make tbelr homo In Covcorrespondent at Washington, UNDERPAID TEACHERS. ington because o his new duties as hum. will be a llttlo more careful in the is an educational Just now futuro In circulating tho stereotyped awakening there In LoUIsvillo that brings English propaganda concerning tho "CONSISTENCY THOU ART A JEWEL." to the front the salary question for Irish question and tho Courier-Journteachers. All admit poor pay pro; will be a little slower in A DRAMA IN TWO ACTS. publishing matter that was an Insult duces inferior work, but this does race, judging not apply hero desplto the admitted to the whole Irish In all cities tho size of from the barrage of letters and tho fact that receive better followed ours the teachers volley of criticism that v r WITH RACING treatment and salaries. Hero and Mllford's article, which reeked wlfi ' ( Ctc.x Rev. elsewhere school teachers are seekprejudice and falsehood. by O'Connor's answer published ing new occupations, attracted Father better compensation, and now ones in our columns today exposes tho to fill tho vacancies aro not coming veiled English propaganda of tho forward. Louisville obviously must Washington letter. pay the market price for teachers. It must bid more than it is bidding. AMERICA SAVED ALL. of a The economic consequences Every now and then the pro-- J great change In the purchasing English press in this country pub- power of tho dollar, first reflected -t-4 " that England In a higher cost of commoditfos lish thd assertion " saved our coasts during the war, and then in Higher prices for labor ACT I. and attempt to convoy the Impres- and services, are not to be avoided. , Time September, 1918. Scene Louisville, very grate- If there is to be school efficiency, sion that we should bo Near Mayor Smith denounces racing and says it brings a bad ful to John Bull for our salvation. If thero is not to bo the confusion element to the city, etc. This propaagnda is repeated ofteu Incident to lowering teaching standmonths elapso between first and second acts, and in with the hope that it will finally ards, tho teachers it would seem the About six Mr. A. T. Hort, tho big Republican boss, becomes a meantime be accepted as gospel truth desplto must get more. And it should be heavy stockholder In Kentucky raco tracks. leading borne in mind that the richest and the- fact that many of tho are those figures of the Allies (not English) most powerful nations all by with the best school systems and say that America saved good coming into the war. Now comes they havo not established Lieut. Col. Frederick Palmer, who systems because they are rich and and acted as observer for Gen. Pershing powerful, but they aro rich and who was in close touch with powerful because they havo estabsystems. school In every phase of the war. Ho says lished good compare England, in an Interview with tho New York proof of this Times: "If we had not come into Franco and Germany with Russia, 2182, cou, the war I "think that the war would Turkey, Mexico and Greece. Where to-da- y. have been lost by the first of May, the teachers aro poor paid the most : 1918."." illiteracy prevails, and there is ttis same story of poverty, revolution PEOULLVIt POSITION. and misery,' regardless of race, climate or abundance of natural reIf it be true that the proposed sources. In Louisville Wo havo constitution (made in England) of teachers whose ability can not.be Louisville Gas & Electric Company: ACT n. ( the League of Nations has at the surpassed, but unless they are Scene New Orleans. Time March, 1919. Send a man to give me an estimate President's solicitation been made a treated right they can not bo exIncorporated for wiring my home. Near Mayor Smith and A. T. Hert, the Republican boss, are en part of the peace pact, then tho pected to continue their important joying the sport at the Now OrleanB race track. S? 311 West Chestnut Street J Name American people have been put into work of educating our children. Moral Reform 13 alright if It doesn't affect your friends or party a peculiar position. For they must Address. bosses. either ..accept the league plan which HAVE A CARE. they do not want or Teject the lie. Japan insists on the Orientals be- You town folks get a "good laugh manager of the Kentucky Racing peace treaty and remain in a state every day Association. of war with tho Central European ing put on an equal footing with Seeing our funny capers at your Indeed it is hard to powers. A pretty situation, isn't Europeans. big pay, Arthur I. Reeser, who has been ATJIER BAXTER HONORED. seo how Japan's demand can be Tryin' to put slickers behind tho RnHnnprl nt (Tarrm RtnnlAV. Tayhi. it? Now wo wonder what would has been released Irom ,tho army The many friends and admirers bars. happen it the new Congress re- denied while Japan herself is in- Our boys like it better than the and is with his mother Mrs. E? of Rev. Edmund A. Baxter, forcluded In the "big five." This is a called or repealed the declaration of cars Roeser, on .Third street. merly of St. Louis Bertrand'J war in other words, declare that a matter that deeply concerns tho No bell to clang and no fares to particularly tho people, , punch, The Sarto Club was delightfully state of war does not exist between American us and tho Central powers, and workmen, for should a majority of Easy money for graft and plenty entertained Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Agatha Schaefer, free lunch. to settle its own the members of tho proposod leave Europe 517 East Eighth street. New Albany, League of Nations concede Japan's Podunk was never a home liko this, Literary exercises were tho feature. affairs? claim to racial equality, it will bo Our country kin don't know real Mr. and Mrs. H. Jansen announce bliss, equivalent to robbing Americans of MUST COME. '11 soon own the tho engagement of their daughter, tho right to determine who Shall or Ij,ke a3o a Miss Florence Jansen, to Frederick A new note crept Into the cele- shall not bo admitted to citizenship. Jn ft jlfynlty chaps wlll D0 dono D. Manning, of Fltchburg, (Mass. No MbBHHBsH ', bration of St. Patrick's day this tms wouia cenainjy do going a t brown, date has been yet set for the wed bbbbbbbLISS'smHbHbbb1bbbb year. In all previous celebrations little too far- farther than any red- - Crooks and burglars will soon have ding. to relax home rule was the goal which was blooded American would tolerate. Thomas Hogan, of St. Louis, arpointed to as tho end of Irish' effort. All of which shows that the peace Every cent going to us and the holdup tax. rived here Sunday to join Mrs. HoNot so this year. Homo rule is in treaty should bo subjected to th gan and baby, who have been visitjJK HK ing Mrs. Hogan's parents, Mr. .and the discard. What Ireland wants closest scrutiny by the people before Mrs. John T, iMalono, in tho now and what her people are de- it is accepted, otherwise they may termined to have is independence. It find too lato that they havo flayed JBHsraBBSI BMSM&V may not come this year we do not fast and loose with the rights and O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Goodloe expect it to como from the peace privileges of their great free na- have returned to their apartment in after a tho Welsinger-Gaulberconference but como It must some l Mrs- - Robert Ryan left visit with id", Tuesday pleasant week-en- d .. day. And It is idle to talk of peace muu.1 - iUD x Cu&u l .,wuo .. ror a vlslt at Henderson. ul and Mrs. Frank Harcourt at Pewee and justice as long as Ireland is first published wo said It looked as Valley. Come on! Now for a real tobacco treatl Hit Miss Rose Henley was last week denied her right to nationhood. if it were drawn by a British hand; (Miss Nellie Larkin, who has been M,,ss Jenn,e ""lepage Presl- up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and now wo have tho word of the at Meadowbrook. confined to tho home of her parents, MUST CARRY THEM. dent that it was the British draft . sec how this waxy, mellow, old twist warms Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Larkin, which was accepted, and wo aro not Miss Dorothy Davis has had .13 514 West Market street, New Althe cockles of your heart. The smell 'of it If President Wilson carries hla surprised to find that its effect, if her guest for a week MJss Doris bany, on account of a serious illness church, this city, were highly alone will take you right back for more. Ask to a conclusion lie will convictions of scarlet fever, Is now convalescent pleased this week to hear that this nrtnnfori wmild crlunlfi us.r nation-- . wom, oi mioomueia. grow to be a very weary man, for muvvwu, .. beloved priest had been awarded the for War Hawk! At all live mrchants! and progressing toward full Internationally. George H. Geddes, on an Eastern Croix do Guerre for bravery and tho cause he so valiantly espouses ally and business trip, wa3'registered In New meritorious conduct while serving as Guaranteed by If small lias many ramifications. SnOAVS STACKED CARDS. York City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Boyles, for- an army chaplain In France. In nations are to be considered at all, lately of two army offensives Father Baxter merly of this city and Mrs. L. Donahue, of Oakdale, had Now York, were here on a visit was on duty day and night with In the constitution of the self- there must necessarily bo no exceptions. If Poland deserves freedom, governing dominions of tho British as a visitor for the past week Miss this week, preparatory to going to front line units, administering the LOUISVlLrF KY. South America, where Mr. Boyles last rites of tho church to tho why so does Ireland. Ireland has Empire there is a clauso which MaDei Mnrpny, oi uanaaa. will represent a large banking wounded and dying under shell and and gives .Ihe Imperial Parliament Of the draped herself in ,aackcloth Halsey Malon0f who bas fceen yls. machine gun fire, his coolness and der of Hibernians. It is not prizes will be of a high class, as -ashes these centuries grieving over United Kingdom the right to review uing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John daring being an inspiration to the definitely known when Father Bax- will also the numerous features air. ana uurs. J. Jti. jieiungur, ui officers and men. the chains that drag her from the and annul, If it so desires, the acts T. Malone, has returned to New ter will return to this country, as that will be offered. St. Matthews, have announced the Thls.yrk- Father Baxter was decorated at he writes many- - of tho chapperfection of power she might well of the subject Parliaments. engagement of their daughter, Miss Ballon, France, dn thfe presence of lains will thattho last to como be"PILATE'S DAUGHTER.' be nope to gain through freedom. Her being so, then those Mrg- Elmer' Hancock has returned Helen Hettinger, to M. J. Hogan, of three French and two American cause of the shortage of priests over voice has been chanting for all these dominions have no more real right to her home hero after a delightful Akron, Ohio, formerly of Louisville. Generals, l)Ut the priest's only com- there. Tho Alumnao of Holy Rosary ' - visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The wedding will not take place un- ment was: "Tho real heroes are In Academy years, "England, let my people go." to representation on tho neace conwill present "Pilate's I A- - J- - Williams, at Pewee Valley. heaven; 'twas they who won the til after Easter. Daughter" at the academy auditortho MACKJN COUNCIL. And it would be strange indeed that ference than war." From time to time friends ium, Fourth, and Park avenues, for the promise of "safety for small States of the Union. Nevertheless, Mr and Mrs H 3 Angermeler of tine chaplain have received letters CLOSING, OF MISSION. Gtfackln Council, Y. M. I., had a throa performances, beginning Frirepresented and P. B. Langham were visitors telling of the many sights he had nations" would be so narrow that those dominions will be Monday night, day evening, April 11, the following Tomorrow night the well attended seen and the horrors of war, and rousing meeting a number of forci- two to be given on April 13 and at the conference and In the General in New York last week and guests It excluded Ireland. how the people of the e iei MCAipin, nmmnM of tho T.oaeiiB of Nations..01 and successful two weeks' mission sections were suffering, devastated when there were a general discus 15. Tickets may be secured at the never a ble addresses and and conducted by the Passionist Fathers word did he breathe but his own sion of the proposed amalgamation Rogers Church Goods CompanyGoods Great Britain which shows how well SUDDEN CHANGE. Mr. and 'Mrs. B. S. Mattlngly, of Church the who have been spending some time Kruip and AuU at St. Patrick's herolo work with the boys at tho with the Knights of Columbus for Store. has stacked the cards. We are auspicious of the sudden In Alabama and Florida, will return church will come to a solemn close. front. Father Baxter was a gradu the erection of a $500,000 building The services the past week were for ate of the army school of chaplains that will become a Catholic com change 'In Carranaa's attitude toThirty-fiv- e per cent, of the Ameri- - home early next month. NOONDAY LENTEN SERVICE. the men, who thronged the church trained at Camp Zachary Taylor munity center for a large number ward the church in Mexico. It now can army. 40 per cent, of the was who UBderwent both morning and evening. Very and went overseas last July with of societies. Much Interest J Until the end of Lent a appears that the wily old bandit is American navy and over 50 per'Rn opQrati0Q Rt gt. Joseph's Inflrnl- - Rev. James P. Cronln, V. G., the the but many members, h Ohio Regiment. manifested, service will held Slaying a deep game. He' has per- cent. of the American marines were ary, is steadily Improving and hopes pastor, has every reason to be owing to lack of time, could not each week day at be12: Iff promptly Rev. Father Baxter came to this o'clock pleased with the results of this mis city In 1911, Deing appointed as be heard, therefore further discuB-sio- n to return to his home next week. mitted a few Bishops who were In Catholic. noon at 'St. church, Brook sion, said to be one of the best ever one of the assistants at the Dominiof the project was deferred for street, near Michael's by the pastor, Market, hiding in Mexico to openly take can church, becoming Spiritual Di- two weeks. Miss Florence Murphy, who has held in Louisville. the Rev. A. Reinhart. The increase possession of their sees and he has HEART DISBASB FATAL. rector of the Young Ladles' Sodalbeen visiting relatives and made In interest and attendance at these IiADD36' SEWING SOOIBTr. asked for the repeal of the clauses many friends in Jeffersonvllle, has MOVHD TO LARGER QUARTERS. ity and director of, the training and services has been very gratifying. Joseph Frey, President of the returned to her home at Vlneennes. supervision of the altar boys. After the constitution which outlaw rt The Ladles' Sewing Society of St. B. Morgan, practical hatter, 52S Very Rev. Father Crowley's term religion. He is well aware that the German Soman Catholie Central (i IfiRTHDAY OF CARDINAL. Is now in had expired as prior In 1917 Father Anthony's Hospital have made an sta- - West Walnut street. States, Albert Malone, who Federation of the constitution will not he efeanged died at his home in UnitedYork City tloned at Norfolk, Is has been Cardinal Bourne, the great Arch spending a a position to take eare of the trade Baxter was temporary prior for sev- early and energetic start for their New to bishop of Westmintser, last Saturunder his regime. k that the on Monday from heart disease. Mr. three weeks' furlough with his par- - in a much better way. He has eral months. He has served as annual charity entertainment, birthBishops and priests now in Mexico Frey, who was created a Knight of ents, Mr. and Mrsj John T. Malone. had many years of experience In the chaplain of the Knights of Colum- be given at Phoenix Hill Hall on day celebrated bis renovating of hats and any work bus and was an ardent supporter of May 6 and 7, afternoon and even- - day anniversary. The Cardinal was St. .Gregory by Pope Pius in are entirely at the "mercy of move Ini. These good ladies are wonting born at Chapham, England, and Is Ms nanus win Be taken Irish and i m Germany stxry-nv- e returnea plaeed Mrs. jonn jr. They are eetlaws by law, was Born and easae to this eotmtry from Martinsville uettcen after a i oare of in the best advantage. His ments, being an active, worker for anil 1ann!n to make this year's one of . the ablest churchmen that to Sunday wars asm ' '' frut tolettef twnirMlly tor aJn his youth. the affairs given by theAaeleat Or-- 1 affair eellpse all former ones. Tb,e country has produeed. jtwo weeks' treatment fer rheussa- - prises are very reasonable. Second-Cla319-32- yjattta8ataattt9tt8iB IIJIOORE& OTIVERS ILESOFWERVICE JO&xmXL AJS&EbmX&AX., 1 Thirty-secon- ,W al A Wealth al Of JL, r Comfort etc, etc. At Lowest Cost L MAKE ELECTRIC WIRING THE FIRST - ITEM on your reconstruction program. DO IT NOW at our low prices and take your time to pay. ELECTRIC SERVICE is the biggest improvement you can make in your unwired property. CALL MAIN OR CITY or use the pon Inquiry Coupon 1 Louisville Gas & Electric Co ? lsH ' - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsB SOCIETY. I t, !,,.., J -- -- John D. Moore Tobacco Co. K.. ...... rr - Pike-Hick- ey ten-min- ute Thirty-sevent- ttrty-eigh- th Oar-TW- in iiz, Irish-Americ- an ihf - XCOSraNCJOKY i IRIH AMBMOAH '"- -" s Boys' Norfolk Suits For Spring - S'B iip ,J;'l$j Im ill MtJb II ' ' A VM - ;li i 1 mine For The Kiddie I I IfJL t 2s JySts JflPanW y gfc ri L, 1 t &. ttf JHrTMrbT H III 5 aaLLLna V $8.50 to $35 New Hats, Shirts, Hose and Shoes For Boys Confirmation Outfits Are Now Ready For Your Inspection. I TRYING TO BE FAIR AND REASONABLE - I their city and their country; but democracy itself, tho to Socialism Christian Stands as Bitter Foo Catholic social movement of any Move and Bolshevik! country, must never bo confused 1 In a recent communication received from the United States Deparwith politics. Much les3 may It ever ment. be Implicated in seditions and revotment of Labor at Washington comment is made upon tho situation relutions, or in "the pr6ference and The comunlca-tiogarding increased wages of street railway employes. preparation," as Popo Leo wrote, CONVALESCENT. states that the department realizes that tho.National War Labor "of ono form of government rather Socialism a Menace to Religious than another," for "It is not lawful Thomas Morgan, for many years Board increased tho wages of street railway employes to a point conto glvo a political meaning to Chrisa prominent figure In Irish Catholic siderably in excess of the scale generally paid before the war. The Education, Justice and circles in Louisville, is convalescent communication alBo states that the increases in wages, together with tian democracy." Morality. These clear statements, which are at his home on East Oak street, directive for all Catholic popular after an illness of grip that for a tho Increased cost of coal and other commodities, have made the street V very acute and that although tho Federal authorirailway situation 4C:JMMMMnnn action, should bo sufficient to silweek occasioned his family much ence tho enemies of tho church who uneasiness? Since tho declaration ot ties have recommended that increased fares bo given, this recomat- many cities, not had any Christian Democracy Styled by Popes accuse her of political aspirations mendation has up to the present time, in war Mr. Morgan has been employed We are giving special department at Washington realizes and has Important results. or Intrigues. They show how In the as Catholic Church Eftention to Confirmation and at the Government Depot in good suggested that this 'The situation should bo brought to a more satisfactory one work which brings the church where ho nas given BesLLLLLLLv I fort. service, evVJaBnnLesnnnnnnnnnL into close contact not only with the First Communion Pictures, 6 3fc" ills legion of friends and basis and that unless something is done to bring about this result spiritual but likewise with the soacquaintances will be glad to learn street railways must either bo acqired and oporated by tho public or o at special prices. cial life of tho people, no taint of that his speedy recovery Is pre- that under private ownership and public supervision the cost of servsuspicion should be cast upon the ice, including reasonable wages and a proper return on the investment, dicted by the attending physician. NOT CONFUSED AV1TH POLITICS. purity of her motives. must be met in some definite way. sees tho situation The National War Labor Board therefore But Christian democracy, it is FUNERAL THIS MORNING. clearly, either that there should be municipal ownership, in which event urged, has turned aside from its aged positive work for the welfaro of tho Cavanaugh, the city would either have to pay for tho properties their fair value 311 S. THIRD ST. Mrs. JMary elghty-thre- o years, widow of John and operate them for the benefit of the community, with perhaps a "Christian Democracy" is a term masses in- order to combat SocialCavanaugh, died Wednesday evening deficit to be paid by the taxpayers, or the other and more practical employed in two important Papal ism. This is true. It has done so at her home, 2515 West Market suggestion is that under private ownership, with same public super- documents to designate tho Catholic persistently and in every country. street. Mrs. Cavanaugh had been vision, the cost of service, Including reasonable wages and a proper re- social movement. It Is made to Christian democracy, as both Pope This alternate with another current ex- Leo XIII. and Pope Pius X. strongly a resident of this city the greater turn on the investment, must be met In some definite way. Popular Ac- Insist, is the very opposite of social part of her life and was a member moans that if the wages are to be reasonable and a proper return on pression, "Christian PRACTICAL of St. Charles church, from where tho investment is to be provided for that sufficient revenue must be re- tion." Tho former title, adopted by democracy or Socialism. "Christian Pope ceived either from the traveling public or from the municipal govern- Catholics in various countries, was Democracy," wrote Plus, Hats Remodeled, Cleaned and her funeral takes place this morn' attacked by "many excellent men" "ought to be understood in the ment. Clean- ing. Surviving her aro two daughDyed. Panama's Bleeched. It is needless to say that the community would look with dis- who considered it ambiguous and sense already determined by auing and Pressing of Men's Clothing. ters, 'Anne and Josephine Cavanmisconception. At the solicitation of manyJohn B. Stetson Hats at Low Prices augh, and two son3, John and 0"o- - favor upon having to meet any deficit to bo made good by the city, open toapparently lay in The chief thority, which is far removed from confound- that of social democracy and is friends, both in the city and county. sepn Cavanaugn. and in addition to this It would place heavier taxes upon all classes of danger Street. 520 West Walnut property owners, whether they bo large or small owners of real es- ing it with political agitation. In based on the principles of the I respectfully announce myself as a LiTOR his encyclical now known under tho Catholic faith and morality, espe- candidato for County Commissioner tate. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. The department puts tho.mattar so forcibly that it is well for the name of "Christian Ddmocracy," cially on that of never attacking in of Jefferson county, at the NolJjoa are irafferlnr nnnojraneee. IneIr In-1 thli prlrate nature community at large and especially citizens in every walk of life to face Fop Leo XIH. sought to dispel any way tho inviolable right of vember election, 1919, subject to formation of James G. Caldwell, former memtho situation. Which shall It bo? Shall the city of Louisville stand these fears and allay tho dissensions private property." Tho reason for tho action of tho primary ot thff ber of tho Board of Works, opened other dtie. then eontult u. All builn f .trlctlr confidential. the ball in the local campaign thl3 for a deficit to be paid out of the city treasury or shall some arrange- caused by the word. Ho himself did this opposition is not therefore Democratic party. week, announcing for the Demoment be made by which a return can be granted to the Street Railway not hesitate to adopt it after giving political, as Socialists would make, duties of I am quallifed for Later men believe, but purely moral and Commissioner, having the a memCompany so that reasonable wages can be paid and as tho Washington Its orthodox explanation. cratic nomination for County Combeen It Tecurring again in missioner. Squire Joseph Muenning-hof- f authorities recognize a proper, return upon tho Jnves.tjnentprovlde1 we find encyclical of Pope Plus the religious. The actual political So- ber of tho Board of Public Works ot X. cialist movement is a menace to the city of Louisville "for six year3, famous' is also being mentioned for for? Adv. on "Christian Popular Action." religion, to religious education, to years of which time I was the same honor because of his reOne of tlte main questions neces- Justice and morality. It is on these three markable race in the primary in Chairman. I was for several yeara sarily touched upon In this connec- grounds, and on no other, that tho active director of the Louisville and TRINITY COUNCIL. JUST FOR TODAY. 1917, and there is quite a boom tion is tho relation of Christian great body of Catholic working men Shopherdsvllle turnpike road (Preston-on for Dr. H. E. Mechllng, the well Members and officers of Trinity democracy, or Catholic social action, is opposed to it, and that Christian street known athlete and referee. "Doc" Lord, for tomorrow and its needs road). Council, Y. M. I., are giving serious to the political movements of any democracy can not avoid answering I do not pray; is back In our midst after a year's I have also been engaged aa a country. Tho accusation that tho Ky. stay at Washington, where ho Keep me, my Lord, from stain of sin 'consideration to the possibility of church Is seeking for political power the challengo of social democracy. farmer near Loulsvlllo for many 233 S. rourth Aye.. JjonUrille. establishing a centrally located was Just for today. served as a dollar a year man as J. H. UAM.KR, Flmldent. never perhaps more seriously Tho ono teaches that man's supremo years. I know tho needs of the Catholic Community Center. Tho Let mo both diligently work, good must be sought In the life to county. M. J. DONAHOK. Be. and Ttra. head of the Reclamation Departbelieve In good roads. If organization of a separate corpora- and persistently made than at tho come, but for this very reason it elected 1 I And duly pray; ment for soldiers' uniforms, and will devote all my tlmo to present hour. It will bo well theretion, to include the Knights of oven the poorest do all has many flattering testimonials Let me be slow to do my will, some length tho would secure forenjoyment of the the county's business and county in Columbus, Mackin Council and fore to quote at Leo XIII Prompt to obey; of here below the fro mthe War Department and offianswers of Pope and his earthly rights and privileges which my power to assure tho economical Trinity Council, has been sug- successor, Pope Pius X.. upon this cials for his splendid services In Help me to mortify my flesh Jefferson an honest and gested, and work on tho plans is question. They Just for today. are implied in his sublime destiny. administration. This Leave Your that department. year promises to afford us progressing. During the meeting and authentic documentary the final The other, on the contrary, would In local poli- Let mo no wrong or idle word be a Democratic evidenco Monday night, at which there was Unthinking say; turn away his mind from the things tics as the voters aro more than to a largo attendance, announcement or rihow that Christian democracy, of eternity to absorb them in tho A strong Set Thou a seal upon my lips anxious for a change. popular action, can In Catholic was made of a pla'h for Increasing nowise bo Identified with politics things of time, hazarding tho loss Just for today. ticket selected in a primary free Where This Trade through membership tho and may never even bo perverted of both. the frbm dictation will win easily In Let me dn season, Lord, ibo grave, I3i7nnnncrr medium of tho greatest campaign to servo political ends. In season gay; To guard, however, against tho Mark is Exhibited November. Trinity has ever undertaken. Let me bo faithful to thy Grace that Catholics, It would bo a crime, says Pope final misconception hampered in tho Prof. Do Valera's arrival. A Dublin Iventy-Foa- r Hour Service Just for today. DEATH A SHOCK. Leo XIII., to distort this name of as Individuals, aro on Tuesday IMPROVING. today my eaTthly life Christian democracy to politics, for exercise of full political liberty, so dispatch receivedsome militarystated ac 512 S. Second St., Louisville Patrick Welsh, sixty-tw- o years old And if Should ebb away, lone as this does not Interfere with that there was although democracy, both in its Mr. and Mrs. August BIzot, aged philological and philosophical sig tho laws of God or the precepts ot tivity in the city and that armored respected resident of the Give me thy sacraments divine, and a residents of New Albany, who fiave nifications, implies popular govern- the church, It may bo well to quoto cars had been landed from British Sweet Lord, today. West End, died suddenly on ThursFATHER TROST PASSES. been seriously ill of influenza at ment, yet in Its present application tho directions given on this subject steamers. day night of last week at his home, In Purgatory cleansing fires street. St. Edward's Hospital, aro reported It is so to be employed that, remov- by Pope Plus X.: Brief bo my stay; Wednesday telegrams brought the 44ir North TTwnty-elght- h LEXINGTON MISSION. apparently steadily improving and expect to ing from it all political significance, During tho was It is certafh, ho says, that the sad news ot the death at Buffalo, good health,day lie early Jn the even Oh, bid me, If today I die, soon be In able to receive their It Is to mean nothing else than a present constitution of States, otGo home today. and Trost, ing N. Y., of Rev. Father Vincent Rev. Father R. P. Cahlll and Rev. walk, returning friends at their home on East Mar- benovolent and Christian movement ters to all without distinction tho and at,st; with he took a short Lying in a bed So, for Itomorrow pray, its needs some years ago stationed a newspaper. ket street. do not in behalf of the people. For the power of Influencing public opinion, John J. Maher, Dominican missionat Boniface church and was recognized ho was reading the paper, but a But keep mo, iguido mo, Jove me, laws of naturo and of tho gospel. and Catholics, while recognizing tho ary priests, will open a mission to- as one of the ablest missionary few minutes later he laid tho paper ACQUITS 0'LEARY (Lord, wihich by right aro superior to all obligations' Imposed by the law of St. Peter's church in Lexington priests of the Franciscan order. down and breathed bis last. MemJust for today. human contingencies, aro necessarily God and tho precepts of the church, Muoirow morning. Father Maher was fifty-siyear3 Acquittal by a Federal jury on independent of all modifications of may with safe conscience enjoy this here last fall with Very Rov. M. J. Father Trost was came x after a bers of the family More unable to Cardinal Newman. attribute the cause of death, but prove old and his death themselves Ripple, P. G., conducting a mission four counts In the indictment charg- civil government, while at the same liberty, and brief Illness of pneumonia. For Coroner Carter found that he had ing him with violation of tho time they aro in concord with every- capable, as much and even more at St. Louis Bertrand's, and is a MANDATORY. IRELAND'S been died of apoplexy. The news spread espionage law, and disagreement on thing that Is not repuguant to mor than others, if in the resident of Now York City. Father the past several years he had g of the Cahlll Is connected with the local stationed in umcinnau, wuuio he rapidly and everywhere was reCharles Grasty, correspondent of the fifth, was claimed Monday by ality and Justice. They aro therefore material and civil ceived with expressions of sorrow. the New York Times, cables from Jeremiah A. O'Leary, former editor and they must remain absolutely people, thus acquiring that author- Dominican missionary band and rewill be burled. Besides his wife five daughters sur-ri- Paris that Irish independence under of the magazine Bull, free from all political parties, and ity and respect which may make It cently celebrated his silver Jubilee him. Tho funeral attested his an American mandatory has been to bo a vindication of his American- have nothing to do with tho various even possible for them to defend in the priesthood. popularity, the solemn services be- mentioned in British counsels, and. ism and proof that criticism of changes of administration which may and promote a higher good, namelv, ing attended by friends 'and acot the soul. These civil rights one English statesman is a Great Britain is not disloyalty to occur In a nation; so that Catholics quaintances from all parts of tho at least advocate of that settlement thio United States. Witnesses testi- may and ought to bo citizens ac- that many and various, going so far are fcerlous city an fying against him wero branded as cording to tho constitution of any as directly to sharo in the political of what has been heretofore the State, guided as they aro by those life of the country by representing Insoluble problem. There no longer perjurers and paid tools of CANDY THAT' SUITS. laws which command them to love tho people in the legislature. EnexlBts tho old fear of German plot- English propaganda. God above all things, and their cyclical on Christian Social Action. ting in Ireland, and in any event neighbor as themselves. Encyclical Victorious veterans of the Ameri- American supervision would safeWHERE HtlSn STAND. The Pone therefore desires that drmy returning to their homes guard can on Christian Democracy. Catholics, like other citizens, should that point. While this sugfrom Europe via New York express gestion Such wo aro told has always been "prudently and seriously" prepare The Irish race in America would novel, and in a sense their appreciation in warm torms of startling,is It illustrates the prevail- not be for a League of Nations that tho dlsclpUno of tho church. .To themselves for their electoral duties the service rendered by the differ- ing breadth of discussion in re- hamstrung and fettered the United the same effect Pope Pius X. wrote wherever such are Incumbent upon !ct yi1 btbYbh! ent war relief organizations. One making the world map. The Brit- States even if it freed Ireland, be- In his Motu Proorio on "Chrlstinn them, In order that so they may connnBMnBs . Popular Action," dealing with tho tribute their own share to the comof the items some of the men men- ish are especially under d in cause with the world iwould English same subject: "TnTnTnul .9mbTH ftp tion particularly is the hard candy this regard, many English states- control the world not be kkkkkflhkkB7ejeBHBkkBBaBkkkft mon eood and aid to lift up civic Christian democracy ought never and national morality to tho high supplies by the Knights of Colum- men maintaining that the British fVee or any part of it. lo mix in polities', and ought never piano of gospel principles. bus. After Dr. E. W. Buckley, of ' a state of eB to be made use of for party purJ St. Paul, national physician of the Empire is aggregation mind rather WILL DEVELOP .MANY. of territory. than an poses, or poHMcal objects; that Is Knights of Columbus, had made a ABANDONED. dominion and dependencies RECEPTION survey of war relief conditions In Their has been not its province; but it should bo An illicit distillery France, he returned and prescribed are but loosely bound together, and found In the Black Belt farm in a beneficent activity In favor of the cohesive power is tradition, From Dublin press dispatches that the Knights isend over tons ot the real asd sea supremacy. Lowndes county. Ala., of which neople, founded on the natural laws, bring news that tho Executive Comlanguage and the precepts of tho gospel. hard candy for, the boys. Shortage our neighbor, the Perley A. Baker, Superintendent of This gives Since this, as we (have seen, is of tho Sinn Fein party Issued of sugar in Europe added to the of America, Louisville Times, a spasm, In which themanager. TimeLeaguedevelop many a vital question ana a poini upon mittee an official statement lato Tuesday attractiveness of the hard candy as It says: "It's Ireland that is now is will which wre are constantly attacked night announcing that the public a sweetmeat by supplying the boys the mandatory for the United like hypocrites in the prohibition t the present day, it will not be reception planned for Prof. Edward r nHenHenBnVBnfleeS with for their health States." forces. superfluous to quote another docu- De Valera, who escaped from an upkeep. The Knights, following Dr. ment which has the sanction and ex- English prison on February 4 has HMBjeTeTejej MBjeMnaBTsT Buckley's advice, have sent tons of SENSE OF HUMOR. ALUMNAE FBDKRATION. cesses the doctrine of the Holv been abandoned. The statement exhard candy abroad at a cost of many HQnererJB sTererereTseV ee. We refer to the instruction of plained that Prof. De Valera had jo. vKSeneerJ thousand dollars. They have found U& iieaKenaeB .jgBMTeMKiX aneaeeTiTeMe; It is said ot the Archbishop-designat- e decided to have he Sacred Consrertion of Ecclesi sent word to the committee that he It the candy immensely popular with third ha been convention of the the SK. Paul, Bishop Austin of Inon "Christian Popular did not believe a reception for hlra biennial 'aSuBKBjBMHBeMn SsVeMpnU the troops. with "a astical Affairs ternational Federation of Catholic Dowllng, that he is giftedwhich en- Motion or Christian Democratic Ac would Justify risking the lives of I 41uimme at St. Louis from May 30 bubbling sense of humor In Italy." It bpara the slgna citizens or Dublin. 4on ftaMWi APPEARS IN DUBLIN. roeflPinenEV ' to June 4. The Hotel Sbatler will ables hto to see the funny aide of ure of Cardinal Rampolla. We on ' '&t sSki It was announcedparty March 22 knV w&wm? John MeGarry, a Sinn Feiner who headquarters. This meeting was even serioua things, and thereby re- 'pad: of Ireland escaped from Lincoln prison with ooetponed from Iftet October. store the proportions that make for Christian democratic inWitutlons that the Sinn Fein De Valera a naoffer Prof. Prof. Edward De Valera, and who Is be their cliaraoter, should would welcome on Wednesday even accommodations sanity." for the "hatver a member of the Dublin Corpora sa looked upon an manifestations of tional expecten NEW U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL. tion, .appeared at a meeting ot that nd entertainments .of the vMtors he KILLS KAHTff WORMS. Mies Stella R. Christian popular action, based o ing, March 26, when On is ire in the hand of Monday of nominated body Wednesday. Dublin is per- TUHck, Governor of Mteeouri State A. Mitchell Palmer, and oil the precept" to arrive in aDublin. e mutual law proclamation was is- VISCOUNT AND VISCOUNTB8S. oa' y President Wilson to be Attorneye fectly quiet, and the people gen- Ohapter, and Miss Pauline Boiaiin-'- r, Earth worms in flower pots pul if the gowel. They must thereforp this week Viscount Chlndra, tha Japanese sued at Dublin by the British Govthe by mixing a little shows the ot be rwiarded es mean for Trustee of the Alumnae Federa-io- be destroy Oaerfer- 0nral. Insert. PlWMli,Cast Augus-tf- erally welcome whloh abeeaee of Htn representative political end, or fo ernment forbidding meetings and enee in Paris, to the Peaee M 4JttiraneM It had M. A,, veriud. toteaeeo with the eMth ir of Lfihoulie "Ac,. fearM would take place. Mm Clare I. Ooffan, pot any form of government processions tbre on the data of ts President. mmb 'hantrln? lUr arrived were. I CONFIRMATION PICTURES ft"4 I New York Studio LiEW'S ct at ;;mark tm i j o :: LIGHT ON STREET CAR SITUATION. Washington Authorities Believe in a Proper Return On THF f HI IRf "J JjlilJSL" ' ' H- of sharing In the political life of Cathojlcs as citizens have the duty Investmsnt. James G. Caldwell For County Commissioner n Jeffer-sonvill- e, ll$M'?WnnMnnnnT Jv'STeleneak lki - 33. MORGAK hatter HHnSeHnBenLB - 3tanflHE Start the Season Right raluB'V! KODAK FILMS well-bein- ve anti-Britis- h, H'innVPKenenB open-minde- " , lE& Anti-Salo- on carbo-hydrat- es ' x L n. J"'v H-$b$W- 3tey3$ t -- 4 "--i- t ' V - Tjaj v S.Wri.J'. it- - tf? jaaawvriTOKY ireisR jdC;xercJ 4 j o 0 I) O k Bacon a son -"- HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVENIK SONS MARKeT STREET tNCDtPCAtAreo m $ INCORPORATED We Qive and Redeem 5urcty Coupons. We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. Pre-East- er Silk Sale Offers Wonderful Values SEE OUR Easter Offers! THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU. 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Spring styles in Wool Batiste. Fancy Dres Silk Fabrics in all desirable shades. Hawaiian Cloth and Dress Voyles. All the new models and styles known in WILHELM THE KAISER AND VON HINDENBURO. These are the last photographs of the Kaiser. Tho photograph was made during his last visit to Spa, Belgium, where ho abdicated and fled to Holland. He is 'shown at the extreme left talking to Von Hintze Insert: Latest photograph of Von Hlndenburg i . THE PENAL-DAYS- ! 3 All-Sil- Artistic Spring Millinery Women's Fine Footwear in all the latest styles. Spring sale of Men's Light-weigUnion Suits. ht DANGER The Propaganda for Federal Control of Public and Private ft m rSdf Mulloy's New Blend Coffee A Schools. For 90c jcsowh oarrss that isQTTAXITT. fob its rans 2 our JOHN M. MIJIvXOY K. I. A. Adjournment of Congress Offers Only Respite From Tlircnt- ened Measure. In an endless variety and offered at popular prices. When Ireland hopelessly complained; Oh! weep those daysthe penal days, a persecution godless When reigned; Wihen, year by year, For serf and peer, Fresh cruelties were mado by law, And filled with hate, For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Our Senate sato To weld anew each1 fetter's flaw. More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing with Oh; weep those days, those penal deposit of more than J!8,ooo,ooo, is the monument 100,000 people built a total of confidence by the days people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Their mem'ry still on Ireland Oh! weep those days, days, tho penal I s Men's Silk Shirts LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK UNDER THE BIG CLOCK weighs. MARKET AT SECOND Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sola Direct to Consumer. T. lOUISVTXliE, ST. 313 W. KAMXEX Return thla advertisement with remittance and we will hlp Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. Necessary to "Watch tho Propaganda nnd Keep Eye on Stato Legislatures. They bribed tho flock, they bribed the son To sell tho priest and rob tho elre; Their dogs wero taught alike to Upon tho scent of wolf and friar. Among tho poor, Or on tho moor, Were hid tho pious and tho true; While traitor knavo, And recreant slave, Had l'iches, rank and retinue; And, exiled in those penal days, Our banners over Europe blaze. tYJ-JH4JJM- MADE IN LOUISVILLE. run M.-- K. - inter-Southe- rn Life LOUISVILLE, insurance Co. icy. d, BILLS HAVE BAD FEATURES. JAMES R. DUFP1N, President. an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeprogressive company, whoso treatment of agents and clean, policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of tho very highest rank? Why not take l BUY IT. IS EXTRA GOOD. SOAP 1 Oil - CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 or 20 per cent, more than tho law requires. 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The recent adjournment of the Sixty-fift- h Congress has postponed MAGIC-KELLE- R but not removed the danger repreA stranger held the land' and tower Of many a noble fugitive; sented by the movement directed toINCORPORATED No Popish lord had lordly power, ward the establishment of Federal "k'k'k'kjcick'kjckjck'k'k'k'k'kj The peasant scarce had l'qavo to control of schools. We may well CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK. live. assume that the propaganda conJudge Kensaw Mountain LandTs, Above his head by the promoters ducted of this A ruined shed, movement will not be influenced his son, Capt. Reed Landis, and No tenure but a tyrant's will; materially by tho recess thus afford- (Mr3. K. M. Landis together for the Forbid to plead, ed. Their activity was illustrated first time in several years. Capt. Forbid to read, anew by tho introduction In Con- Landis was with the American Avia TWO-PIEC- E gress at a late dato in the session tion Service in France, and during DJsarm'd, disfranchise, Imbecile stay over there ho downed What wonder If our step betrays SUITS of a new bill, making more string- his Tho freedman, born in penal- days. ent the original Smith bill favoring twelve Gorman fliers. THREE-PIEC- E Federal control. gone, they're gone, those SUITS The notorious Hoke Smith bill freedom of education in this regard, They'repenal days! has "a little brother," as Father P. is not a fit model for America, noi All creeds are equal in our isle; WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. L. Blakely, S. J., expresses himself ls Italy. In fact tho BEST SERVICE IN TOE CITT. in America. The name is Towner, bill Bismarck's at Then grant, O Lord, thy plenteous grace which purports "to create a De- tempt at controlling education in Our ancient feuds to reconcile. partment of Education." H. M. Prussia. Let all atono Towner halls from Iowa, but his Tho propaganda conducted by tho groan, bill Is as vicious as that of Hoke N. B. A. has assumed vast propor- For For blood and and open wrong. INCORPORATED dark revenge Smith, of Georgia. In fact the tions. Mr. Crabtree, Secretary of Let all unite Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. clamorous supportors of the Smith the N. E. A., reports with great For Ireland's right, bill, viz., the National Education satisfaction that Hugh S. Maglll, And drown our griefs In Freedom's Association and the Bureau of Edu- -' Field Secretary of tho National song; cation, announced that the new bill Educational Association, gives hits Till time shall veil in twilight's contains certain amendments, which hearty endorsement. Further, L. V. haze appeared necessary on account of Lampson, Organizer, The memory of those penal days. National baa features of the Smith bill, and American Federation of Teachers, Thomas Dans. that the enthusiastic natrons of tho approves of "tho Smith bill as latter had agreed to adopt these amended by Rep. Towner." The INCORPORATED SINN FEIN RAID. Towner amendments. American Federation of Labor has Guthrie St. City OIC Off Speed Bldg. The Towner bill seeks to estab-- , been marched out repeatedly in The Associated Press reports llsh Federal control of education, favor of Federal centralization of Main OlD from Dublin that the bigegst raid e., a Department of Education education. The latest endorsement NAME, PER TON. WHERE FROM. arms with a Secretary, equal in rank to has been given tho movement by by Sinn Feiners .to obtain "Taylor" . . . Western Ky. the Secretaries of other Government Henry Sterling, lecislatlve renre- - which has as yet been recorded took departments. Tho Secretary is to sentatlve of the Federation, place on Thursday morning at the "Harlan" . . Black Beauty 6.75... have a salary of $12,000 and a School Life a Government airdrome near Santry, six mlle3 "Pioneer" .Straight Creek 7.10... of assistants. Tho bill appro- -' Hcatioh, dedicated as it seems to the from the Irish capital, when Sinn priates $100,000,000 annually, the project of federalized control of Feiners numbering nearly forty ov"Jellico' . .Wilton Mines 7.10,.. first payment to be made at the education boasts of other endorse- - erpowered the soldiers on guard and end of the scholastic, year 1920, to ments. Cut wo havo reason to snlzfifl nler7itv Knrvlno rlflpa. Thnro encourage tho educational work .In doubt the accuracy of at least some wero only three sentries on duty DOMESTIC tho single States, on condition that of them. Mr. Crabtree states for land eight more soldiers were rest- STEAM mo .3k.ui.es aiiuu .ict ami instance inai every aay ne receives mg m a guarunouso. They were ui.ii.ieu emumeu uuequaio compulsory resolutions ana letters irom juiciii bound and gagged and wero tied to JAS. J. GRADY, Sales Agent JAS. J. McTISHE, Sales Agent school attendance laws and shall can. but does not sav whether thev beams in the hut. The military mok. a. HAiiun, Manager have mado the basic language of in- - are all in favor of or opposed to a tor cars at tho airdrome were disstruction in the common school Federal 'monopoly of schools, while abled to prevent pursuit and the Drancnes in an scnoois, public, as a matter of fact at least two raiders mado their escape. private and parochial, the English magazines published in Michigan, language only. . No part of this American Schoolmaster and li"OOirS CATHOLIC FAITH. may bo used in any erator Topics, express their doubts GOOD way for a religious or privately en- - and great apprehension concerning Marshal Foch was reminded that dowed, owned or conducted school the entire proposition, If You Want the Best We Have It. or college. How insistent the propaganda Is March 21 was the anniversary of A circular of the National Edu- - may be seen from the policy advo- the beginning of the great Gorman cation Association claims fndeed cated by tho N. E. A. that each offensive toward Amiens and was that this bill leaves the administra- - Stato adopt a programme along tho asked by Jules iSauerweln, of tho INCORPORATED tion and control of education in tho lines of that of the Federal Gov- to explain by what methods BROOK AND A STS, States, but tho bill demands in un- - ernment and press all tho "force Matin, ofmistaKaoio terms tnat tho secretary that can bo put behind it upon tho tho Marshal had turned the great fensive into a Gorman defeat. The of Education will devise an auditing legislature." It reaulres no system and that a Federal auditor stretch of tho imagination to as- - allied Catholic Generalissimo re- THS PHIL. HOLLENBAOH OO HOLLBNBAGH'S WINS HOTJ8B wlll examine the accounts kept by sociate vith this policy tho belief plied; "You ask me to tell you much in tho States. Courses of studies must that the bigotry evidenced in MichiKarl A. Holienbach, Prop. rHCORPOZUTSD do suDmuteu to the jiign authority gan and Nebraska aro in lino with a few words. Victqrles are won by science, that is true, hut also by in Washington, and moneys will be this Federal plan, Importer and Dealer In Distillers Of controlled by tho same high Secre- Results of such pressuro .wore faith. When one has faith one tary, to whom reports must be mado probably tho memorial sent by the does not retire; ono stops tho enemy AND LIQUORS WINES OLD PORTTJNA SOUR MASH in detail. If these provisions are Oregon Legislature to Senator whore one flnds him, You tell me "HOLLKNBAOH" PURE BTB carried outt what will remain for Chamberlain; also tho action in that I gave victory to France. It 144 South Third Street soldiers who IH W. M&Ib St. tho States to dp and what will bo Iowa where tho House endorsed the was our admirable Lcmirrtll, Ky Home Phone 1191 left 6t State control? Smith bill while the Senate rejected gave It, I havo but ono merit, that This paternalism Is. camouflaged it. All this indicates a spirit of of never despairing," The writer asked tho Marshal if by five lofty purposes, highly lauded propaganda similar to that resorted by the N. E. A. The purposes aro to in securing the adoption of tho his strategic science was a doctrine ostensibly to encourage the eradica- - prohibition amendment. It is re- - that could be taught, or if it wa3 tlon of illiteracy, appropriation ported that at least in four Legis- - rather not that faculty "to divine genius." and lmprovise-r-'Calle$7,500, QQO; to encourage. Ameri- - latures tho voto In favor of "Strategic science," said Marshal n of foreigners, appropria- - bltlon was directly against tho encourage sire and will of their constituents, Foch, "can be acquired, but it is to $7,600,000; equalization of educational opportu-- 1 It Is imperative that the freedom not a group of formulas or a set of nities and teachers' salaries, ap- - of education, endangered by these principles. It is a knowledge proprlation $50,000,000; to encour- - attempts at Federal control, be which tho chief must make part of age physical and health education, safeguarded. It will therefore be himself so ithat it will guide all his appropriation $20,000,000: and to necessary to watch the propaganda decisions. This mental discipline provide for preparing and supplying and to keep a vigilant eye on tho can be gained by a etudy of history appropriation state Legislatures, a number or and by a Btudy of concrete examDetter teachers, which may declare for Federal con- - ples. It must leave the mind of $20,000,000. Jieieronco Is made In the propa- - trol of tho entire school system of the commander so open that he acts ganda lltoraturo to other nations the country. Legislators should be on accurate information and not on such as France, Italy and England, advised of the sentiments of their preconceived ideas and hypotheses. But the most 'brilliant qualities of with tho suggestion that America constituents in this' vital question. intelligence aro nothing' without the must Imitate these nations. C, B. of j. V. In ' will to victory, The battle won Is England, however, the Fischer bill, j : the battlo in which one refuses to MAKING SILVER BRIGHT. which is praised as an advanced measure, has met; with great oppo- A few drops of ammonia In tho admit one's self beaten, because the sition and was radically changed , water in which silver is washed army is to the 'chief what the sword before its final adoption. 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Back of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and ,tA I tfJKHS- mm KS ii frsg! sm vcrri . v. r. u. n- ::i 1 SI d TBfttaW f.JDtX Iiiii-? i5Sl Jt&tl IfS'Sil rJMiJ ' VI wealth in the Ozark Mountains so great that Missouri leads all other states! It has the largest lead and zinc district of the world. The holdings of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company are. at Mansfield, where the Mother Lode of this greatest of all districts comes nearest the surface. Tremendous Profits In Lead and Zinc There is a vast empire of lead and zinc . ". rass H& :'- y ca WS&3& krJ BrA - v-- 'i?W4 '"..'iS?. VW m B3BjMfcii3KjBBwWBB E rj r Four Tracts Of Forty Acres Each tracts is immediately between the mill of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate and the Red Bird Mill of W. E. Caldwell.' Two test holes have already been drilled on this tract with excellent' results and another is xjow being drilled. Work is to start on the sinking of our first shaft at once. The. price should advance just as soon as the mineral is reached in this first shaft. 40-ac- re One of these S Louisville lyiansfleld Lead & Zinc Co.. Inc. 409 Starks Building, Louisville. Ky. il t".. I am interested In your proposition and would be Clad to make an investigation without obligation or. my part Kindly send me copies of your booklet and fullest Information. - trass te&i&i HB Namo Address ................................. ...,. ,... Shares Now Selling At One Dollar Capital Stock $500,000.00 Over $200,000 Already Sold I.L .Acrfc( w asssjKcgwsie m vi S ?& 'SK ftt5uKi'iS3w?? BjBBjBjjBJpjgwiHgw 2 B M P' "P rt WW PJgWMBBBBl Tbc ir: ?.:KiJ'-'- . v- - J.7 wv m jm m " V INCORPORATED. U Sft"' 409 Starks Bldgf. .p JjitlVtHe - lentttck) ... City and Main 215 i. M. CRirrCHIR, Pndmt. T.J.T.&DEELEK. Vfc DIRECTORS: Mahon. Nat . W. E. NEWB0LD, Treasurer. NAT. C. CUItETON, Secretory. Prwrfdent. Cureton. T. M. Crutcher. W. E. NewboJd and T. T. Beeler. C . ffWfrwiSlroitrifrt' aafel lf1 fiOBBBroraroBrsr, xmxmxt i -- - admojioAjsc. t, AND RUGS CLEANED DYED AND REPAIRED Thoroughly cleansing and restoring original beauty of the colorings. IV Swiss Cleaners and Dyers INCORPORATED PHONES: 2207 9 t Office: 617 South Fourth the .Department of the Northeast, system, each department, such as dl-le- ct Plant: 909-91- 5 South Sixth St. fcj v- - j . having its Director. He receives his appointment and authority from the Director of Home Activities in Now Haven, Conn., headquarters of the Knights of Columbus, which is a corporation holding a charter undor the laws of the State of Connecticut. Under the -- ; ' V ; Departmental Director are sectional supervisors. Each supervisor has in his Immediate persbnal care several camps. Each camp has a General Secretary, with full authority over employed In all the Secretaries 4oixHH1kBBL JtKTOfcLdriA OHIiihMH buildings in the' camp, and each ltfesBlnXaHnKAHKMiH building has a head Secretary who acts as a sort of foreman over lha WtmBaEBmSk i tHstiiilSHraLsiiiiLsiilsHP!M$&HHBl5H3 staff attached to the building. By this system a close tally is kept" on tho work of every man employed by the organization, tho Secretary being head building checked up by the camp General Secretary, Just as he checks tho Secretaries attadhed to his building. ' ': The General Secretarles'aro checked . ?? by tho Supervisors, the Supervisors by tho Departmental Directors, while each Departmental 'Director Is hold responslbla by the Home Director for the .efficiency of the woric in his department. The Home Di rector answers for all domestic war work to his, colleagues on the Com; mittee1 on War Activities, who in turn report ito the Board of Div rectors. x i. The) Homo Director Is bursar for THE ENTIRE COMMISSION OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE. all funds expended for construction, ONLY WAY TO LAND HIM SAFE. equipment and maintenance of Abovd Is the entire Peace Commission which framed the constitution of the League of Nations. Seated, buildings in domestic camps and right, left naval training stations, salaries of land; to Slgnor are Delegates Chlnda and Makino, Japans Leon Bourgeois, France; Lord Robert Cecil, Engprevalling in now countries like Orlando, Italy; M. Kramer, Czechoslovakia; M. Venlzelos, Greece. Standing, left to right: Secretailes and domestic supplies. Delegates Pessoa, Brazil; Yoshida, Japan; Col. House, United, States; Secretary of tho Brazilian Legation; this and like Australia with tho old To tho Home vDlrector of. OverM". Dmowski, countries oFEurope, ''where theldea-oPoland; II. Vesnltch, Serbia; Secretary of the Belgian Legation; General Smuts, England; seas Work, whoso headquarters Is a union between the Ohurch and President Wilson; M DiamadJt Rumania; M. Hymans, Belgium; llajon Borisall, United States; Wellington in New York, falls the task of over Koo, China; M. tho State is as old as tho Church Rels, Portugal; M. Sclaloja, Italy; M. Larnaude, Franco, coming the nearly What They Have Been Doing and older than most of tho .existing difficulties of buying and shipping States. Tho system was Ingrained the Past Week General Into them from the very beginning Knights of Columbus Great War abroad huge quanties of comfort bus, as a nation-wid- e organization, commodities, providing means of KNIGHTS OF IIOWBIIS News Note. of things, long before tho Chilstian are prepared to anticipate whatever Work Still a Hugo commotor transportation of these era, among tho Jews and among the bolshevistic movements may be modities onco they arrive abroad Thing. pagans as well. Tho pagans made launched. Long before our country and selecting the staffs of SecreState religions, if such they can entered tho war, long even before John Silk and Dave Rellly, of be called, out of their Idolatries ana taries who must handle tho distri the war 'broke out in Europe, tho Late News That Will Interest Division 4, are on the sick list. bution among tho soldiers and sail superstitions. But the United States Knights had carried on a conMembers Here and Division 3 will meet Friday even- established a new order of things Must Spend Millions For Relief of ors overseas. Outlines Plans to Have Industry structive warfare against Socialism ing and the Ladies' Auxiliary next in the matter of In tho New York overseas oftico In this country. Experts in IndusStabilize Into tho Ways Their Country's Fighting Wednesday. of the K. of C. there is a purchas and with that freedom of developtrial relations toured tho country ing department, a shipping depart your Membors are requested to make ment it is only natural that of Peace. Men. under the auspices of the Board of ment and a personnel department. their ticket returns to the division people should expand in mind as Tho thlid degree was conferred Directors of the K. of C, giving The personnel department must re 1 well as in wealth far more rapidly Secretaries promptly, public addresses on the subject and on a very large class on Sunday applications for overseas ceive all Tho members are still talking than those in countries where class question classes check up on the applicants, Knights of Columbus Will Fight holding public people regarding to at Cincinnati. about Father O'Connor's great St. distinctions prevail and where one Close Tally Kept Upon Work of service, to enlighten the the Fifty-tw- o K. of C. chaplains and report the (Military intelligence class does tho thinking for another day address. Patrick's dangers of Socialism. 817 secretaries are connected with Bolshevism and Combat Bureau of every O. K obtain passclass, When people think for themlivery Man Organization "Now the K. of C, through its The parade and mass meeting at overseas service. ports and supervise the clothing, you can always depend upon Employs. All Extremism. eighteen hundred and more coun- the Indianapolis met all expectations, selvesmajority establishing a rignt-eou- s equipment and transport of Secrethe The Knights of Columbus have cils throughout the country, is an the festival being observed in splensystem. The sense of fair play taries. agency for constructively combating erected and operate 314 'buildings did style. Overseas tho Knights of Column-buis inherent, and while there havo any new forces of disruption that hero for tho American forces. Manager Walter Murphy, of tho been bigoted attacks on Catholicism, war work is divided Into zones. The exemplification of tho third Hibernian ball team, is already always based on tho sophism that ARK URGENTLY NEEDED NOW. Headquarters is at Paris, where Prepared to Anticipate Whatever arise. With whatever healthy dissatisfactions may crop up among degree at Syracuse for a class of claiming the pennant in tho Twin a Catholic could not owe spiritual commisloners, one two overseas Movements Bolshevists labor circles the K. of C, has no 160 brought delegations from all City League. allegiance to (his church and be a skilled in handling men, the other Would Launch. more or less interest than any other tho surrounding councils. Tho Hibernians of Rome, N. Y patriotic American citizen, these havo full In handling finances, body of American citizens who stand Brewster had a hard Job getting charge, Lawrence O. Murray, forhad a most enjoyable celebration of havo been continually growing The opening of K. C. recreafor a square real all around, but tion centers at Antwerpofand Rotterwindfall. mer Comptroller of tho Currency, St. Patrlck'a day In the Catholic shorted lived, and tho tendency has rid of his million-dollthe society, to a man, is opposed to dam will bring the total placed always been to tho establishment He resorted to all manner of tricks and Edward L. Hearn, Past Subuilding. Association costly accidents with other peo- preme Knight of tho K. of C, are STAND FOR A SQUARE DEAL. the Import and practice of foreign abroad up to about 250. Bishop Drossaerts attended the of the complete freedom of religanarchistic doctrines and will fight They havo St. Patrick's day mass of the Hi- ion and conscience that is a part ple's property, gay and enormously tho commissioners. Richard L. Conroy, of New York, them with all the power at lt3 bernians of San Antonio. Thoy had of your system of government. I expensive parties and an uncondi- France Germany, England, is the fifth Secretary to die In the command." suppose the work of the Catholic tional surrender to every hat check x and Italy divided Into zones. a very imposing parade. service abroad. Ho had been la soldiers Supreme Flaherty, he encountered. James Rev. John F. DeGroote, pastor time the In the war will end for all pirate through his millionHe strug- Over every zone there Is a traveling Knight of A. Knights of Columbus, Franco since August, 1918. foolisb. statement that their gled well, but Supervisor, responsible for the effi JEWISH AVAR DRIVE. the of St. Patrick's church, presided at religion was a bar to their discharge not very wisely, Little Rock Counpil will celeciency of the Secretaries employed has returned to the East after an tho Hibernian St. Patrick's day citizenship. The The national campaign for tho brate Its fifteenth anniversary on The Knights of Columbus aro un- at the camps in the zone. A pur extended tour of various K. of C. celebration and banquet at South of the full duties of their chaplains dergoing Catholic boys and the remarkable experience chasing department exists in Paris State Jurisdictions which took him Jewish war sufferers, tho drlvo for April 27 with the initiation of a Bend, Ind. in the American armies in France, of having to spend at the rate of to supplement fho main purchasing as far south as the Mexican border which will be made in Louisville class fitting for such an occasion. The Hibernians of Clinton, Ind., side by sldo with their 3u,000,000 in a year. Tho money department In New York, by buying and as far west as San Francisco. from April 7 to 11, has been comAn initiation into the fourth de were treated to a stirring address brothers, havo burned Into tho must the" es comforts and other supplies for tho Commencing with spent quickly, Maryland and mended by the tho gree will be held at Sioux Falls, S. by J. P. O'Mahoney, editor of the history of the world its most won- sence bo their contract for with the soldiers when and where these can Virginia, he worked westward and land. Words of greatest men inhave u on May 7. which Is the dato of approval also Indiana Catholic, at their St. Pat- derful page. Over ' turmoil of fire and there in that American peopletowho havo entrusted be obtained in Europe cheaper than southward through Georgia, Texas, come from James Cardinal Gibbons, fixed for the dedication of tho new rick's day entertainment. blood no one these millions up the leading Catholic prelato them is that the they can be landed from America Louisiana, New Mexico, Arizona, in Cathedral there. Hibernians fittingly celebrated St. was stopping to inquire as to an money will go for prompt relief to on the piers at tho French seaboard. to (Montana, Nevada, Colorado, America, a statement by him folArrangements for a fourth degree Patrick's day at Fort Wayne and other's religious beliefs. The only the soldiers and sailors of the reThere Is also a Personnel Bureau Washington, California, and then lowing: exemplification are being made at Lafayette. At Fort Wayne the questipn was as to whether or not public now, when they most in Paris, for on arrival In Franco back to Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, "My personal regard for my many Lincoln, Neb., to take placo on OcRight Rev. Bishop Alerdlng was one were wounded or suffering or urgently need relief. They are suc- war workers must have another O. Illinois and the East. The deepest my tober 1, when 150 candidates needing help, and the giving of help ceeding In spending this large sum K. by the military authorities, also Impression received guest and delivered an honor by Supreme Jewish friends and their deep sense expected to receive the degree. aro many acts of appreciation for to the last extreme was never of money wisely, with what might an spiring address. indorsement by the French civil Knight Flaherty on his tour Is the of kindness and generosity impels Bishop Chartrand, of Indianapyears the St. Pat- predicated on the religious beliefs be termed extreme care, with maxi- authorities. For seventy-fiv- e The most remarkable fact that there is an entire unity strongest Thoeo of the helped or helper. to speak has rick's day parade in Now York City boys were all Americans, fighting mum results for men in the service. feature about the entire K. of O. or of desire on the part of the people me admiration in tho the nobleterms olis, K. of issued a circular praising of and the C. and wishing that every has been under the auspices of the for American ideals, and their high Because, from tho first moment they ganization, both at home and of the United States to have indus- charitable work of they havo under exemplary Catholic Join the Knights, Ancient Order. This year's was a idealism, their chivalry and their realized into what an immense un- abroad, is that the immensely com- try stabilized into the ways of taken." to enhance their power for good In grand success, over 40,000 dertaking they had thrust them- plex work has been handled by a peace. men, The spirit of unity among tho the church and In society. many of them just back from the bravery havo won the admiration of selves, the Knights adopted a rigid staff unusually small and at an ''Anybody making an Intelligent people of all classes and creeds the world." Terre Haute Council war, being in line. When asked the attitude of the system of administration and opera- overhead expense of substantially survey of tho United States at tho could not better be exemplified than lutions asking Presidentpassed resoWilson to In less than 2 iper cent, of tho moneys present time," foe declared, "will by Division 6 and the Ladles' Aux- church toward Socialism tho dis- tion, and adhered strictly to it tho universal interest which is all the subsequent enlargements of contributed by the public. The find that the end of this war dis- being taken in preparations for the use his great Influence at the peace iliary of Utlca attended mass and tinguished prelate replied: conference that the people of Ire Knights have never lost sight of closes conditions akin to the end campaign here. holy comunlou in St. Patrick's "The church must, in fhe very their war work. of all Through the extensive council or- the fact that they were handling of all wars gratification In victory denominations aro Workers lined up, land may be permitted to determine church, 260 receiving, and, with the nature of things, (bitterly oppose being' the form of government undor Socialism ganization and through the medium public money, for which they must less accentuated than an eagerness and entertainment and supper In the that form of s will predominate in evening enjoyed the best celebration which has come to be known as of a publication of national circula at all times be ready to give an to havo things restored to a peace the organization which will make which which they wish to live. footing. The present time is no ex- the drlvo for relief 'Bolshevism and which, has anarchy tion the Knights of Columbus were instant accounting. held for many years. JewENJOYED CONCEBEP," The fact of their economical ad- ception to the rule that an unrest ish war sufferers. funds for Shamrocks from Old Erin graced as its chief doctrine. You know able to prosecute quickly their first very hard to find two porsons independent campaign for funds, ministration is amply proved by the follows In the wake of war, even of A the table at the banquet of tho Cin- it is A large and appredaMw .audiFortunately the Ml3s who will agree exactly on a defini- which was successful far beyond generous programme they have been victorious war. cinnati Ladles' Auxiliary. URGES MORE TAXES. ence enjoyed the sacred"'eoncert many their hopes. During the process of able to maintain in the matter of good senso of the American people of SocialismThere are fKalla. Walhllneer. of the Dublin tion Sunday night at the Knights of Royal Academy of Musle, and Miss Kod CatholicB who believe in So- - collecting the money they launched the giving of largo quantities of insures us against what might be Mora clerks are needed In tho ofHall, Mvelvn Collins, a talented vounir ciansm, dus xneir conception or their work by forming a Committee free comforts to the men In tho truly termed the turbulent condi fice of tho City Building Inspector, Columbus Singers'when the Louisville Society made its Jubllatl r, pianist of Cincinnati, played Irish Socialism Is that it is a doctrine of of War Activities under the super- service. The K. of C. policy of "ev- tions prevailing abroad,, even In the according to Secretary J. M. appearance. The soetety brotherly lovo and vision of the Board of Directors, the erything free" comprises all thoso countries of our associates in tho melodies during the courses. Exchange. At flrst public of tho Builders' effort for the establishing of even committee being made up of mem little things, such as candy, chew- war. This makes it all the more a meeting of the Exchange It was was organized by John HodaML The Chairman ing gum, soap and towels, station- necessary for us to bo on our guard the opinion tbat the increase of who Is the director, and is comJustice as between all men. With bers of this board MOST WONDERFUL PAGE. such a doctrine as that the church of this Committee on War Activities ery and tobacco, which a soldier's and so carefully and skilfully building In Louisville wquld neces- posed of thirty of the most prom lnent singers in Louisville, Amonz Jiii hfinr ih'a donarturfl for the nas no quarrel, Dut it nae a most is chief officer and dlreetor of all parents weuld certainly give him manouevre the nation from a war sitate more clerks and their pay those on the initial programme were interesting and decisive quarrel with the Socialism K. of C. war work. The home di had they the opportunity to do so. to a peace basis that we shall avoid could bo derived from the proposed Mrs. Alma Doerhoefer, menial City an Miss Flor-Tirt Awf Arl It TVJtr Preaches that the possession rector, being Supreme Secretary of The Knights have operated on the all of the disturbances that could Itkmrt n ivah It 111 illuminating interview we granted Y1 " Klpp. Mrs. Joseph F. Hubbuch, iw ww the TCnlehtd of flolnmhim. la thor- - sound doctrine that a building con- arise with even the slightest mis- Ing contractors and allied building a. ihm rMrMMitalilVMC Aren-i"- 1 ftv a Miss .n v.,m iw,ii,un, Mrs Rose Brnwine.Whlteaer, Marie bJahop Cerretti, who spoke as fol murder of its poseeeeor and' the con- - oushlv familiar with Eeoeranhloal taining free creature comforts 'for management. Mi Stella Mrs. organization In the United States, the soldier and' sailor visitors is "It is not true that there is a contractor on Tuesday said to the Dr. John P. Becker, Messrs. lows oc the poMtion of the OauielM flecatloo of his goods." gootl opportunity for propagandists Kentucky Irieh Amerloaa the the ana mereiore aamiraoiy auiiea ior better than two buildings with ?oph UTAH IN MNB. Mueller, Christ; Peter Sohreek, breathing "since and no of extreme radicalism In this, coun outlook for lrildla operations tbte Mi the task of exercising complete eu attJw nf th TAtholk' try at this ttma. Certainly we are season was rather gloomy. Thre ader, John Hodapp, Joseph V. chrch ta this country In iU rela- - The Utah Sanate has passed the pervlslon of the K. of C. work in free stuff. , October 12, this country. difficult are. enough olerlw for the business Hiabbuch, Andrew Kleraenz, John ttoMfcip toward the Qoverwment is House bill making confronted with some NwUos! triHBsaeted. and addiUeeal taxsa will Klchard and the Kooh brotbaw. Tjtf the K. Art. it in 10m mmm too la Aim- - CMumbue day. a legal holiday. A The home detartateat of aeoord-in- g The celebrated vifeyootlt,-- CoHefa.' problems and out of these ' eeseert is oertata to draw-St. of trsHa, But It to hardly fair to fllmllar bill was 'defeated two year of C. war work i operated trMfe. wuWur arise. The KJhta Bolshevism j cause less eaildriag work Immense attendance. to the military departmental in tienftl nanMblp. , nlUw for the spread of make u cootraet between ooadittoac i o. ipHHH!H8r lpi( I1HQQBH AtSrHsVc Wti rani flBm M Mi F ".V . t4fim l?e, REMUNERATIVE EMPLOYMENT "t - HIBERNIANS. f VERY BUSY "" heart-breaki- FLAHERTY ' s ar Bel-glu- m non-Catho- lic so-call- non-Jew- - Voll-me- "" ju.iihu i, 1 - lrt Colttm-found- ed ad addt-.JW- K A Ma