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LOUISVILLE, SAT IrIh inalienable right children, rights bi tlal duties of pa sorted. Tho rig as set forth so jestlcally In the Law, must a inirably domj'lli letter on "Thi tian Education','1 Bishop, Right ReV eart, ot Covington The N. iB. A. am Ing have been Bh lo their lo essen- bp. sis- - INTIUBENT jjkowxtaxi CAREFUL .PUftwr American I uAur iivnih wi SERVICE uAiii mrtin V livery Louisville Carriaca Incorporated g ljrif r mi Hscori I Taxlctt C. $ n BCBC3XggffiaaatjREBfK3KaHHi lY, MAY 24, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DEMOCRATS Are Indignant nt tho Bushwhacking Methods of tho Bingham BRITAIN'S Anxiety . i thlsfeisad.-- of .Canon Ohris-seholar- church. and ma- - isterai f it Sifor Settlement Strongly. of H.self hjsh . ly Qnex't Inn .Maiilfejitlnr Press. ifnand Uros- - Why the Attacks on Senator Who "Was Vindicated ' at Polls. and claims througi in order to alien of common sense Soma of tii Kens. been awed or hyi lence by this vast ': God-glv- jj " The Louisville Herald Has llccoiiie Jealous of Opposition Support. therefore to arouse assert our London, England, j tho America of Ing great surprJ yet accomplished numbers of Englii been able to do. body of American; Jfearers have laed Into sl it 1s time slves and to Fights. From js &, ilerlcan, ijthelr aims megaphone. expressions ihd follow- - cltl- - Keall.e Entente" Can Xol He Cordial While Erin Is Denied Her Rights. ork oxnress- ' oiica Jias not letter to league of Xatlons Covenant to But Xot to America. Vital1 tho large HENRY WATTERSON'S MJ5M01RS. Democrats throughout the State are asking themselves if tho urnal and Times have not gone over body and breeches to the party, and the continual fawning on A. T. Hert, the Republican National Committeeman and sole boss of tho G. O. P. in Kentucky, has aroused tho indignation of Democrats, "who expected the Bingham papers to be true to their Courier-Journcolors. Day after day ithe and Times .resort to methods calculated to Injure party success in Kentucky, and it is time lor tho Democratic committees, State and local, to ask Mr. Bingham where does he stand and why the bushwhacking policy is continued. First a tirade of abuso and criticism was leveled at Senator-eleStanley, and despite tho fact that ho was elected by a good majority In a Republican year,-ian hone3t and fair election, tho Bingham press does not relish his choice by the people. Senator Stanley's record as Governor Is not on trial now, and furthermore his record must have been satisfactory to the voters of Kentucky or he would have been rebuked In No vember. Then the Courier-Journand Times dug up a cock and bull story as to the Senator being denied his seat, the wish being father to the thought, and now that ho haa been sworn In they rofuso to be comforted. Every act of Mr. Hert, the Republican boj. Is glorified and his d absolute control of the convention at Lexington Is construed as a praiseworthy effort. The l and Times have .gonoso far.liu their support of the Republican boss and his party that tho Republican official organ, the Louisville Herald, has become afraid of its prestige in the party and the other day took occasion to question Democracy in the tho following .editorial: "Some Idea of the revolutionary spirit to be found in Democratic ranks we must assume our morning neighbor STILL TO BE COUNTED WITH THE DEMOCRATIC VOICE, THOUGH THERE ARE TIMES WHEN IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE." Noen"ort is left undone by the press to create friction In Democratic circles among tho supporters of Gov. Black, Judge Carroll, Lieut. Col. Denhard or Col. P. J. Noel, and tho Idea Is thrown out frequently that neither will have d chance to defeat Mr. Hert's Right ticket In November. here It might be salQffihat this opinion Is not a populagjone and the Democratic leaders and party followers know that Kentucky is normally a Democratic State, and with the thousands of soldier boys back homo either of the above named Courier-Joct al Courier-Journa- Hert-Blngha- Anxiety for a settlement oi the attempts were mad which met with Irish question is manifsteing itself tho same fate. strongly in all tho 'British reader note Wo suggest thatj including the hitherto hostile parties, Tories. coming from how this statemen Uie Labor party was scheduled to London, shows upn e implication take action on this vital subject advanced by the 2J; IE; A- that the during the past wek. it is said that Fisher bill in Engl id is In effect victor Hartshorn, one of the AX AMERICAN' SOLDIER IX GERMANY. BATTLE FLAG FROM THE FORTRESS OF MET,, bill. same as the Si the powerful of tho leaders of most the American soldier untangling traffic at Coblenz street crossing, matter of f t England re- As a Gorman flig that flew over tho fortress of the City of Metz when Welsh miners, will propose a- homo d A la gards private echo street and Broadway. with friendly motion in Parliament which eyes and gives tin financial sup- - Allied troops occupied It, brought to the United States by Commander ru,f,bo seconded by will Jack Jones, an port. The logical elusion trom Howard Hlnkle, ot the Salvation Army. by the followers of Democracy elated Irishman, who Is a popular labor Is that the these conslderatli now, and once again It might bo eader in England. Both the Britbill st be. defeated' he was ably assisted by Daniel J. ish masses and classes have apparasked by Kentucky Democracy: made to share and similar bills Gallagher, Past State Deputy of ently come tox a realizing sense of Bingham, where do you "Mr. fSyJa carried on Its fate. The pro; Massachusetts. Supremo Court Jus- the '"-- ' '" stand?" mv em en 10 netwpnn by the N. E. A. imj or or jeaerai tice Morschauser, of New York, a America and Britain can never be You'll have to hand it to Selden ould also bo control of schoo member of Poughkeepsie Council, coraiai or solid while Erin Is deR. Glenn for uncovering tho bunch prudently, patient and strongly visited camps, instructing foreign-bor- n nied the right Of of Denhardt-Morro"slickers" who Its Activities For Hill Directed opposed. soldiers in the principles of and without America's have been busy circulating rumors d Against tho Freedom or J. of C. V. citizenship. Unarmed Men in High Places Who theiras to withdrawals of Democratic support the League of Nations is Martin Conboy, of New York City, uoomed to a status little less imcandidates for Governor and stories Education. HeI)M?d Soldiers to Wiiutlio' LTHS. IlKCKVf distinguished himself for his mas- portant than that of the old Hague of any kind that might create fricterly4 direction of the draft' in the tribunal. War. tion. Mr. Glenn told a reporter that Deep gloom perved the Sacred .. . metropolis. he heard Denhardt was going to The League of Nations covenant Heart parish whenRbecamo known Dr. E. W. Buckley, ot St. Paul, is vital to Britain, but not niwc!ir. withdraw and threw another bomb- Government Publications, Dally Saturday mornlngSIiaiMrs. Mary . supreme physician of of C, lly so to America. If a referendum shell into the ranks of the disturbWhalen, beloved WW of Dennis D Press and Teachers' Organizaers by saying that tho story of the in patriotic is taken on - took a loading ,part Whalen, had passedpii to 'eternal life Supplemented Work of the Organl- drives in the Northwest. William Indicated, thethe matter as Is now Brown candidacy came from the fate of the league tions Arc Used. xation by Important "Work at at the family residue, 2022 West, S. Mulligan directed the raising of may be decided in this country. Denhardt camp. The story served An Broadway. Mrs. tftJSlen was a delinearly $400,000 for the K. of C. in adverse popular expression of the a good purpose, because It exposed Home. vout woman, an eajESSl worker for kCorinecticut before he undertook ac nanots would consign it to the in tho methods of the near Democrats her church and almys- - Teady to who will bo found dn Morrow's The Action of Catholics tive chairmanship of tho K. of C. ternational scran nllp. ". in England assist her friends Sfct'nelghbors, by camp after the primary. William ing the arduous labors of President War Activities Committee. was holiln the highest whom she pa- Wilson. Against Objectionable nw ! Larkln took leading role York,- coming toThis the British hadBBeen a patient Big Men Who Helped' 'Drive the.1i trioile work In aGreater New In She esteem. ST. HELEN'S. apprehend, and tliev an(1 her Bills. sufferer for a lonwftni6 fchlp of State tpn'io as .know that much will denend for the utor volunteering his TftVft death was not unexpected. Mrs. American Director of K. of C. over - success of the' league nroieet on th Last Sunday mornirig a large class tory. " Whalen leaves seyija. sons, David, of boys and girls had the happiness eas work. James J. McGraw, an-- treatment t of Ireland's troubles Edward. James, Dennis, 'Jf&hn. of 'receiving their first holy comother K.' of C. director, helped to Hence the British nervousness for AWTalen, "and two Frank and munion at St. Helen's church, Shlve-l- PROPAGANDA TO IJE OPPOSED. daughters, Joseph MKathorlne and increase production in the Oklahoma the.' speedy elimination of this ques- Misses Judge Leche, of ti6n from international politics. Rev. John B. Pelfer, tho pasFor,t or nor sons ALL PLAYED IMPORTANT PAUT oll fields. John H.- Paul Marv Whalen. Reddin, of Den- tor, celebrated the mates and admin"- -' Louisiana; America is now asked to enter are In the army andjtwo are still In istered the sacrament. On Juno 5 ver;Geo. D. Monaghan, or Detrqlt; into an alliance with the other great - powers of the world for the .nurnnsA Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue will , Tho Interest taken in the uroDa- Martin H- Carmody, of Grand RapmoriilngwReviv athej:, $&-jfvisit St.Helen'a and administer tho .gamla conducted by tho National Monday tilidM.AflPJgcarJaJteaUrilR. Stl. establishing. ..permanent interna,, i!r jrating'ftie requiem jhgbr The thousand-od- d Walsh i o. men of, the In their cities. sacrament of confirmation to a class uciucauonai Association in favor of It bocomenrfrtlnent muss and sneaking words of conso Knights of 'Columbus who wore the a revised version of the h of thirty-fivMaurice Francis Egan rendered therefore, as pointed out dn the inMnn to the bereaved husband and K. c. brassards on their uniforms distinguished bill for tho creation of a 'Federal servico as United Irish Standard, to inquire into and Department of Education by School children, for whom Is felt most sin- In Franco as well as tho thousand-od- States Minister to Denmark, ea- - consider tho character and honesty SACRED HEART FESTIVAL. Lire, a Government publication, has cere sympathy. who wore the equally neat, if neclnllv durinir the difficult time of of our asKOptntpji In tho nuranlt nf Propaganda for the less Impressive, home service uni- the Ford peace mission to Europe. this objective, the most important Tho event of the year for the Sa- been noted. T. 'nnrntr.ii'f'nr. lnnc a well form of the Knights, did a good Job Willain J. McGinloy, Supreme Secre - jof which is Great Britain. The re- cred Heart congregation will bo the bill, which alms at tho establishment May festival and candy party to be of Federal control of schools, Is also known and respected resident of the towards winning tho war by ren- tarv of tho K. of C. managed the lations of that empire with Ireland of dering a devout momber held Monday afternoon and evening conducted In a publication named West End and church, passed peace first comfort aid to the men executive details of the home work, aro an essential part of such an InIn tho school hall at Seventeenth Americanization, likewise in the Vo- St. Anthony's who pushed out of the way the con- and ot course the Immensely valua- quiry, for tho two countries are ble work of Supreme Knight James separated by only a few miles of Committees have cational Summary. Both publica- fully away at nis nome, zzzu wesi siderable number of Germans, and Broadway. many to made ample preparation for the en- tions, it seems, are. devoted to thla infforonn .tivAt loavlnc and other misled persons who A. Flaherty In all war activities In sea, and It Is an easy matter to conmourn his death. His funeral took obstructed the path to victory. But Philadelphia must bo acknowledged. trol tho functions of government In tertainment of children, parents and same scheme of Federal control of place Thursday morning with Tho comparative are many Knights of Colum Senator Ransdell and other mem- the smaller Island, whether for good friends of the school and will have all education. liifii itinsa at St. Anthony's. therewho wore no many pleasing attractions and a newness of these publications rthey bus yet la bers of both houses of Congress and or ill. And what does tho record of Surviving him are three sons. Louis, bored earnestly anduniforms, substantially to of State legislatures who are mem- past and current history disclose mammoth country store. The Sis- aro not older than the agitation In H. and oeorge iiorniraeger. make Gorman defeat a solid and un- bers of the Knights aided materially with reference to the good faith and ters and ladles of the Altar Society question and the faot that they aro William daughters, Misses Rose and deniable fact. And this Is exclusive in securing tho necessary war legis- fair dealing of Great Britain one will welcome both young and old published from Government funds, and two of the hundreds of thousands of lation. of our of tho League and assure everybody a day of real prompt the question: By what right Claire Borntraeger. Knights who subscribed heavily to and with what money Is this proThese are but a few of the hun of Nations? Does It not bristle with enjoyment. Ati-TTnnnnli Mullen. Widow of paganda of the N. E. A. being carIs It not and all dreds who could bo enumerated. chicanery and perfidy? jinrl nne of tho oldOSt Liberty Loan, Red Cross ried on in Government publications? rtonlol MiiIIati Whilo the Knights were represented filled with tho dobris of broken con- MAKES CHILDREN HAPPY, Heart- par- Dther war drives and the thousands In the Sacred The N. E. A. haa also made exten- members of peacefully away at her who acted as minute men and actual fighting by 50,000 men, tracts and unredeemed .pledges of' t ish, passed Including police. American officer honor? Does it not abound jn Last Sunday was a gala day for sive use of tho dally Dress for Its home. S32 South Seventeenth street. 'purposes; oven the Spanish dally There is, to begin with. Joseph to fall, Lieut. FItzslmmons, of Kan- - agreements which were converted parents of St. tho children and She had been a devoted wife and paper when at other heroes like Ser- - into mere scraps praises or Secretary to and sing3 the movement. this most recent mother and had lived a useful life. Tumulty, The world knows President sas City, and Kilmer, and by such the dictation of of churoh, Thirty-fift- h or national Wilson. how Im- geant Joyce respected by all who Knew ner. Rev. Jame3 Maloney, the Gen-- , pediency? Market. In addition to the previously menDoes It not show as Admiral Benson and its ' ..! inninim u'nro held Mond.lV portant Tumulty's job has been, the pastor, celebrated high mass at 7 tioned characteristics of tho N. E. and John F. tlallty and Ineauallty In tho admln- MoAndrows importance being stressed by o'clock and administered the sacra- A. propaganda denoting a measure innminir. Rev. Patrick Walsh cele savage libel circulating from O'Ryan, the big men who did big iatratlbn of Its own statutes as in to the of fanaticism we must note the un- brating the requiem mass. holy communion ment of 'sources that he had been things at home helped In handling tho case of the execution of Roger gentlemenjcan win in November. boys andfirst girls of tho parish, who and all for treason. those the heavy oar that drove the snip Casement and the Immunity When it isitaken into consideration had spent months in preparation scrupulous whipping Into line of can services over the remains executed In the councils Onlythe na- of Stato to victory. Funeral promotion of Sir Edward Carson? of n,.inVi riohno. need nineteen. intimate that one of ithe greatest assets to Tor this mo3t important occasion. who, under some titleE.orA.other, a Has it not balked ami stalled In the be reached. The N. began tion know the full extent of Tutho Republican party in Kentucky of Frank Deboe, employed in Maloney preached a sermon campaign to secure MF.KTS MONDAY NIGHT. new wife Postoffice, were held" Monday multy's services to his country dur10,000 Institution of homo rule, duly enthe colored voter furnished very Father a lasting impression on members in order to obtain money the Division 4, A. O. H., will meet acted in its own statutes, because ing the war, but the very nature of few soldiers to leave the State last that made morning at St. uonuace cnurcn. Monday evening in Bertram! Hall, of Intimidation and threats of a few year and the State Democratic tick- the minds of the communicants and for the passage of the bill; tho asini- VinoimTiil she leaves her Ills post Is sufficient warrant for the grown-upBishop O'Donis lokcd in Ulster, et won easily, how much more se- alao themade his visitation In the sociation appointed a Field Secre- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ma- - statement that ho played a leading and a large attendance fortunate, for. recalcitrant Orangemen fundamental re thus aghue violating the tary in .the person of Presidont D. part in the conduct of the war. This division a quite cure will bo a victory this year. hands the B. Waldo, of the State Normal honey,, and two urouiuia, wu Edward N. Hurley, of tho United porting no members on tue sick nsi principles of democracy, and putFrom an outside standpoint just afternoon and from his sacrament of con- School, of Kalamazoo. ting a gag, on the overwhelming maThis gentle- In France. States Shipping Board, is a member at the present time. now it appears that Gov. Black is class received the adHo jority of the Irish people? Has it Council of the strongest position for the firmation. filleddelivered a short joy. man is supposed to devote half of .....i f ..lamia 1aa1 rfppnest of a in the .i.ii all hearts with not equalled or surpassed Gorman his time all of which should bo successful nomination, having gained consider- dress that sympathy for Michael and Gertrude Knights of Columbus. A wore early savagery In 'tho treatment accorded devoted to his work at the Stato McQuald, 427 East Jefferson street, Industrialist, his services able ground tho past few weeks, to the brave mon who rose to assert Normal School to the work of tlfo . .7. ...v.. TinoiVi tnnlr fhelr lovable commandeered by tho Government, and ho can augment that strength N. E. A. the natural rights of their country Here is an item gleaned Tho by his record as Governor. daughter Gertrude with what results tho nation knows. Has it from the Detroit Free Press which Frank P. Walsh, who, with former in the rebellion ot 191G? Denhard leaders, as stated before, "? not been similarly brutal in Its Illustrates the methods used to Monday luuruwi,. morning from bt. Presldeht Taft, was a aro not sincere in their campaign, Wednesday treatment of tho Sinn Fein .prisonbring 'the teachers into line: arbiter, earned fresh laurels through and they, too, are playing the ers who were subjected to ignominhis war work. with the campaign game of throwing ious Incarceration under tho smoke John McCormack. the celebrated instituted by the National Educaa sop to Donhard and preparing to Monday morning the funeral ot screen ot an alleged German plot, tenor, worked wonders in money tional Association to procure the support Morrow after the primary. and who were denied tho right of a backing of teachers' associations JOlin 'W. .ureuiui,held V St. raising for the Red Cross, the from From tho Donhard camp came the hearing-anwar trial? And does It not throughout the country for the bricklayer, was - Knights of Columbus and other article suggesting James B. Brown DHglO'S oven yet hold unany of these men a3 bill, which will be in- mourningCUUICII, an."uvU leaves his activities, and to him President Ho for the nomination for the sole purfriend prisoners six months after tho signtroduced at the next session of Con- wife, Mrs. Catherine Brenzel. 1432 Wilson attributed unique ability for pose of muddying tho waters, Mr. ing ot the armistice? Docs it not gress, a Detroit committee to prokeeping tho fountain of war sentinot being a candidate, but Brown deny to Ireland the principles of ment flowing In the country. mote the interests of tho measure Winter avenue. purpose of the Donhard-Morrotho democracy which British statesmen John Burke, Treasurer of tho has been named by Frank Cody, combination was to roflect on the WEDDING JUBILEE. havo proclaimed to the world as acting superintendent of schools. United States and former Govornor present aspirants for the nominathe fundamental right of many Euof North Dakota, had a hand In tho Tho hill is an amneded form of tho tion and leave the Impression that and Mra. George Krapp. 1100 financial management of tho war. Mr. ropean peoples wherein tho interests h bill, submitted In 1918. the Democratic party as a whole street, will celobrate of Britain were not involved? It provides for a national depart- West Chestnut wedding anniversary Lawrence O. Murray, was dissatisfied with the present artheir Currency, who enjoyed tho It Is with such a record that ment of education, with a secretary Sundaysilver ray. Percy's fine Italian hand was morning with a jubilee high of tho distinction of serving in that Britain must faco America and tho unique ot its head. An annual appropria- mass seen in the Brown card. o'clock in St. Marys capacity under three administrations at 7:30 world In the consideration of tho tion of $100,000,000 is 'called for, ohurch, Eighth and Cedar streets. In closing a warning might bo League of Nations compact. It 13 Roosevelt's, Taft's and Wllson's with a like appropriation from the and extended to tho Courier-JournKrapp came to Both MX- and Mrs. financial small wonder therefore that Engvolunteered his expert States. Times in Tegard' to their policy of America from Germany in their lishmen are manifesting some anxThis Item refers to the agitation youth and have been residents of knowledgo in tho management of K knifing and bolting the Democratic iety to find a satisfactory solution years ago carried on in only one State. But Louisville since. They have three ot C overseas work, having been In party. Just twenty-thre- e of the Irish question so as to enter from the plan of tho propaganda Mary Paris as Overseas OommiBsloner for these papers bolted tho Democratic Misses Bernardino, tho world tribunal with .clean hands. clearly enunciated in tho literature daughters, Krapp, and ono son, Au- nearly a year. Daniel J. Callahan, nominee and of this Editor Henry After all, tho league quest for sent out by tho N. E. A., we may be and Rose refers to In his memoirs S. Ne- of Washington, made a record as Watterson U. S. of peace may turn out to bo a bluebird sure that teachers in other States gust G. Krapp, beenthein tho navy' Chairman of the War Savings ComSaturday Evening Post as in tho has affair so far as American Is concernalso feel tho sting of tho goad. These vada, whobeginning of the war. Af- mittee for the District of Columbia. follows: ed. Americans have not yot, at any He is Supreme Treasurer of the K. very methods are a foretaste of since tho once during tho Free Silver "Only a family rate, reached that stago of rapture thoso that may bo xpected under ter tho church celebrationthe home, of C. and Treasurer of tho National crazo of 18 OG and tho dark tragic will be hold in which would for Federal control, when tfie teachers reuniontheir many friends will gath- - Catholic War Council. tho three or days that followed it Dwyer, of St. Paul, a Supermit them to gulp down without W. would bo mere puppets and tools of whore four succeeding years, the paper tonJI mnermtulatlons and preme D. Director of tho K. of C, aidreservation tho sublimated phan(Courier-Journathe Government. 'having stood for happy occasion. tasms of Rhodes and Carnegie. ed In preserving order during trou- TO ATTEMPT Will tho propaganda with Its dis- 'tokens of the sound money, was the property in bled times In the Northwest by renastrous effects engulf the country? serious danger. It cost more labor FLIGHT. '.TUESDAY. PICTURE SHOW RIVALRY FOR PRIZES. dering highly specialized legal serv It will unless a carefully prepared, and patience to eaye it from destrucLieut. The Hibernian Social Club will ice to tho State Government, josepn Bellinger, Commander Patrick N. L. active counter propaganda Is at once tion than it had cost to create it THE DOUGHNUT GIRLS. head ot the Naval Air President Tim O'Leary, of DivisInaugurated. The National Catholic have a picture show entertainment C. Pollotlor, District JLttorney of thirty years before." of Station at Hampton Roads, selected ion 3, has presented tho Hibernian Misses Irene and Gladys (Mclntyre, War Council has sounded a keynote next Tuesday nignt ai iu Boston and Supreme Advocate The attacks on Champ Clark, Reconstruction pro- Theater, when some new and Inter-- 1 thn K. of C. keDt the hub a clean to make the first American official ball club with a fine new catchers' choice of the Democratic members of tho Salvation Army, known In Its Social g Com-j'flight glovo. There is much rivalry for of Congress, 'and Senator Stanley among all American soldiers as gramme in an important sentence estlng films will be run. Anarrang- -' city for thousands upon thousands mandor across the Atlantic. Bellinger was tho first tho prizes awarded tho club very programme' has been sailors and soldiers to visit and coupled with the assistance to Hert "The Doughnut Girls,'' arriving touching upon this dangerr "We 'attend-wnan un-- 1 American to fly under fire, the Sunday, which are ah incentive to Both draw a made active have and Morrow, and tho refusal to from Prance. bravery girls recom- want neither' class division in edu- ed and ehouW already large given were pastime within the limits of cldent having taken place over Vera tho boys to' put forth their best and Tho6 cation nor a Stae monopoly of eduthe worst administration in been cited for criticise Cruz, Mexico-i1015. Suffolk county. In this largo job , cation.' The rights of parents, their 'very popular. Louisville's history aro not appro- - mended for decoration. ,, an -- tlon was begun agi it, a dangerous education bill by Jj Westminster Catholic Federation fchd. the bill was ultimately kill l? 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IRISH 1 Wsst'Oreen St. fm AMS (Hfligy) CMIN LOUISVILLE, KY APPROVED. - SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919 There was violence in many places, but it is only fair to state that in most cases the opponents of Bolshevism were the aggressors. It would, wo think, be a mistake to encourage the mob In acts of violence, no matter how good the cause may be. The moh ds an unreasonable thing and may embrace tomorrow that which it denounces today and may find dn the violence of today a Justification of violence to morrow In the other direction. The authorities have ample powors to deal with Bolshevism and should be permitted to do so in their own way. This is the ono certain way of compelling respect for the law and for orderly government. Another and, wo think, a more effective way of checking Bolshevism is to stop profiteering dn the necessaries of life. At this time great numbers of people find it so difficult to keep body and soul togthor that any change could, from their point of view, be hardly for the worse. It Is amongst these hopeless people that tho wild theories of Bolshevism find sympathy. Make living conditions easier and Bolshevism will disappear in a day, at least bo confined to a few fanatics whoso ravings need glvo us no concern. And re member, that df wo want others to show respect for our law3, we must rospoct them ourselvos. President Wilson's message to Congress, cabled from France, has been received with approval by the great mass or the American people. His recommendations wore timely and wise and should be made effective by Immediate legislation. The President realizes that the war is over and therefore would restore the country to peace conditions, a consummation devoutly hoped for. If there be any opposition, It will come only from fanatics and narrow-minde- d politicians. It is the duty of Congress to stand firmly with the President. NONE TOO SOON. The near Mayor plays to the galleries by opposing a raise In fares, hut behind the scenes the public gets an awful jolt from the Street Railway Company. tv IV square deal and capital, If it bo CO.AnXG EVENTS. wise, will meet them more than half way. It is therefore safe to say that Congress,' called May 2G Sacred Heart church The Sixty-sixt- h organized labor is not responsible May festival 'and. by President Into special session for the tending of thoso infernal school hall, Seventeenth and BroadWlloon, assembled on Monday, and many machines through the mails. Nay way.' none too soon. There arc Juno 3 Moonlight excursion of more, we venture to say that the matters which this Congross should Mackin Social Club on steamer PilSocialist, party no hand in grim, settle at once; for instance, the v.; the business. The Socialists form sending of .reiuforcomonts to NorthJuno 13 Jinx; inoonlight excura recognized political party and it sion of Trinity Council. ern Russia and .putting them under is not reasonable to assume that Juno to fight a people on excursions Ilrltlsh officers they would jeopardize their politi- given by TxlnltjgiCouncil, Y. M. I. whom 'Congress ihas not declared Juno 17 Euchro and lotto by cal existence by fathering outrages Certainly Prusslanjam nevor war ladies 4 ' of a peculiarly cowardly and diaboli- South of tho- Cathedral in hall, 431 did worse than this, andCongress Fifth- street, afternoon and cal nature. We think the authori- evening. should inquire into it at once and, ties should look outside of these Incidentally, assert Its constitutional August 5. Annual picnic and groups of workers for the would-b- e chicken supper) of Holy Trinity rights and privileges. Congress should make church, St. Matthews, on church assassins. grounds. INCORPORATED. ENGLAND UNCOVERS. the sending through the malls of packages which may causo 'injury to SANDY DREATHES OATHS. j?n. Haig's report belittling and tho receiver thereof a capital Ignoring Amorica's part in the war The knowledge that heir Sandy MaoPherson is in Ireland comes as no surprise and represents breathing flro and oaths and pre- punishment will bo swift and auro the typical John null attitude .toparing, it may bo, for another and doadly will no doubt have a wards the United States. To refute slaughter of heroic people, simply good effect on tho .murderous ex I'V H. Walter, was a visitor in the British statement, let us quote because, despite long and bitter per- tremists. York last week. from others equally as well equipped w flro secution, they have retained grit Marshal Jo to' discuss the war. suae business. Mrs. William Lenlhan has sold hei enough to insist on thoir rights to In a public address on Docomber homo on Haldeman avenue and life, liberty and tho pursuit of hap 19, 1918, said: wnen ureal liritam provided ror moved into thejcfty. , piness. Everybody knows all about Franco owes an nun on so debt the representation of her colonies in Mr. and Mrs.jklpseph L. Sohn Sandy, his origl , his training, his of gratitude to Amorica which gave the Leaguo of Nations she was serv- children wera lipre to attend and tho knighthood, his peculiar prophylac- ing, a doublo purpose. In MnGovern-Hagnef- " us ictory." the first wedding. tic care of tho naughty Tommies and place, 1918, Field On Septombor 15. she was -- ecuring a largp inMrs. John Monahan and daughter, Marshal Von Hindonburg, of the all the rest of tho moral rot which crease in her voting power while are visiting entitle men to bo elevated above the colonies remained faithful, and Miss Alico Momihan, Carp, ts Cut Down to Rug Size. Carpets Rebound, Refringed.or Resewed. German army, said: their decent fellows by a blow from In the second place, securing the as- relatives at Montgomery, Ala. "Owing to the arrival of the Let Us Help Lighten Your Housecleaning. a King's sword. But nobody underAmericans in unexpected numbers, sistance of the other signatories to why Sandy should 'bo so savMrs. we 'have had to yield territory; our stands force them to remain, within tho ter, Mrs.Frank Harpring and daughHenry Hill, have relumed age, just nt present. Why breathe Rlratogic plan lias been arrested for empire should they try to kick over flro? After all, Ireland is asking tho 'traces. Slick piece of business from a visit to Asheville, N. C. the moment. If the battles now beEng' Mrs. Nolan B, Dant had as her ing fought were on Gorman soil it for liberty only. And surely isn't it? guest the past week her sister, Mrs. much more painful than land can not object to that. She would be Corinno Rapier, of New Haven. fought tho world war for freedom's JAPANESE HOSTILITY. it is to give up villagos." INCORPORATED e sake and not for hor own freedom No later than last Sunday Fred tHarig left Tuesday for AtRecent dispatches indicate that 111 lantic City to spend two weeks atNoske, the German Minister of so much as for tho freedom of small OFFICE 617 FOURTH AVE. PLANT 909-91- 5 S. SIXTH ST. defenseless nations, like Belgium, feeling against the United States is tending the convention of the Royal National Defense, said in Derlln: now, just openly manifested in Japan. We Arcanum Society. And ' It was America which won the Serbia and Ireland. PHONES 2207 across the channel sit her delegates are unable to understand why the Tho regular weekly wai for the Allies not France or for anger diers and sailors will dancegiven solin Paris, all aweary with their ef- Japanese should be roused to bo at England." TAMES M. KEATING. Rawley. against President Wilson or tho tho Knights of Columbus home this of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J.appointed of this city, has been The attempt or England to forget forts to liberate tho whole world night. tyranny. What can Sandy be United States. It is true that In his afternoon and stenographer in Gov. Black's office, James M. Keating, who passed America's part in the war comes from and is now located in Frankfort. away at his home in Ashevdlle, N. grace from the nation thinking of anyhow? asks America. public statement on the Adriatic Miss Mary O'Brieu, Field Secrewith 'bad John Emmett Sulllvun, of Bowl- C, was well known in 'Louisville, question the President denounced tary of the National Catholic War BalWhich was , whining for help this How dare he fly in the face of ing to Council, has returned from a week's from Greon, who has Just returned having spent the greater part of his all secret treaties. Japan's claim overseas, was in Louisville tho time last year and talking about four, Cecil and thoso other apostles had Shantung penin stay In St. Louis. past few days on a visit to friends. llfo here, andregret many friends who fighting "with their backs .to the of freedom, who spent America's Kaiu Chau and the will deeply to learn of his 3:15 P. M. money so lavishly In order to pull sula was based upon a secret treaty death. The deceased was born In wsdl," but it has ono good effect- -It Mr. and Mrs. John Finnogan, who Caids 'have been received from Ireland on April 26, 1864, and came made with England and Franco. were guests of Mrs. W. E. Green in Mr. press on tho iron shpe from the Kaiser's silencea the Atand Mrs. A. to their lanta, announcing J. Norton, of of to this coutry when quite a small foot? And is not Sandy afraid of But Japan's claim was conceded by Oakdale, have returned tho marriago this side and ithe boy his peace conference. Japan re- home in Buffalo, N. Y. the Mr. Wilson, he of the their daughter, Miss Mamie C. Nor- first withMarion parents, who located sea guff. county and later ton, to Anthony (H. Alfers, of this came In Of a truth. Sandy ceived all that her delegate's asked doctrine? to Teside. Cronin, Ten of city, on May 11, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Jlhn Father O. N. years ago Louisville totoSt, Petersburg, for racial Oakdale, have returned from LexIs a (brave man, he is staking nls for except their claim he went lRKIiAND IX TllK AVAR. Jackson, of St. Anthony's church, Florida, whore he was married to Reserved and Box Seate nt post and his knighthood for princi- equality. President Wilson was not ington, where they spent several performing tho ceremony. Tho at- Mis3 Ona Logan Hudson, who also Leo Lewis'. Fourth nnd Market ono of the ple. But if he lntonds to smite the to blamo for tho rejection of that weeks visiting friends. tendants were M13S 'Evelyne Lucke was formerly a resident of LouisA woman writing in and W. B. West. dally papers says sho can not un- Irish once again he should do it claim. It was Canada and Australia ville. Ho resided in St. Petersburg Mrs. Martin Donahue will leave fet th noon to visit her brother, Sergt. Mcyears, now, for some testy folk are actual- that stod out against It. for to Ashe- - "We Are Ai derstand why Ireland should be Miss Marie Gottbrath was given villo,six O., in search of close To Yon A Your playfng Queen, who has just returned from N. health. Mr. Phone" in tho peace settlement, ly beginning to doubt England's Japanese newspapers aw considered a delightful party on hor return Keating wan typically Irish, and alhostility toward President Wilson, Prance, in Washington. from a stay of eighteen months In though his heart was staunch and and wants to know if Ireland didn't honesty and Mr. Wilson's courage. USK US Those present were true to his adopted country, he ever the West. hinder tho Allies. The writer might The world needs another proof of and tho people are Indulging in A. I. Straus and W. B. Russell Messrs. STARK'S NEW METHOD and Mesdames investigate and And out from the both. And what better could bo demonstrations against the United were among tho Louisville people Schultheis, Edward Yager. Theodore manifested a vital interest in tho J. A. SHOE REPAIR SHOP given than more Irish blood, the States. This is not very encourag- enjoying a business and pleasure Schneider; Misses Mario Gottbrath, progress and welfare of his native British war records that Ireland, S. STABK, Proprietor. land, and his heart was deeply cening for a league of nations of which trip 4n New York Iho past week. Mayme Berndsen, Anna Levin, Marie tered with a population of 4,340,00, fur- blood of poor, helpless people who in the Onl) material und Japan is to be ono of the five prinLepping, Minnie Hunold, Louiso Its struggle freedom of Ireland and lilgliCKt tlie vrry workmanship. Work chisH of bti nished 172,000 volunteers and in out of chains call to the nations for Independence and Miss Frances Tyler McCabe will Bennett, Madge Lepping, Virginia called delivered. His charity of work and for andwill please joii.Our proportion tho United that they intend to get liberty. cipal nations. That leaguo may bo return from Nazarth, Bardstown, Yager; Messrs. Nic Bosler, Jr., Raythe same wervlce power early in June to join her mother. thought, high and States would have furnished be- More Irish blood by all means. Tho gifted with some wondrous mond Gottbrath, Ed 'Lepping, Har- tion for others ideals amongconsideraTRY US were tho most Mrs. Kathleen McCabe, in the Bel vey Robb, AI Gottbrath, John Sin pronounced traits of ihia Christian tween 4,000.00 and 5,000,000. The Peace Conference will not be a suc- to put an end to all national jeal- Voir. We Kive special and prompt at" ousies. But we doubt it. Wo fear clair. Jimmle Schultheis. tention to work. wonder is that Ireland furnished a cess without It. The world will then character. Tho fortitude with which G SOUTH rOURTK AVENUE that the league will hut add to tho Alius .. . ho lore his last years of suffering ... single soldier when it is considered answer the politicians. u ........ "" AVmn rVrdlln- O'Mnlev.. of . I.OXMSVII.I.K, KY. a very pretty weaamg was soi- - bis cheerfulness and resignation fires of hate that hurst out occa- New Albany, and Harry Solomon Home l'lione. City 231 that England in the past century emnized Wednesday morning . . sionally into war. Perhaps it may Bvron. formerly of Oatlettsburc? ueorge s courcn, wnen anss at St were an inspiration .to all who came T Cumli. Phone. Main 1288-s. -, .MURDEROUS EXTREMISTS. has abolished trial by jury, habeas Charles by were last a few years. We scarcely ex- CurranmarriedHoly' tho Rev. Catholic McGovern became the brido 'ueairice in contact with him, and was a mute of John testimony of tho Christian who was corpus, freedom of the pres3 and Trinity in F. Hagner, Rev. Father Weiss cele- ready to answer the call when it T he long distance assassins, pect it to attain its majority. As ehurch Wednesday morning. the rights Of the people. And today brating tho nuptial high mass and came. Papal Secretary of State. During infernal soon as somo of the nations in it descrip-tio- n otherwise thoae who send hero is a correspondent's The atFuneral services wero conducted the Interview the Cardinal said, Mrs. John McAteer, who has been performing tho ceremony. scene in an Irish town: machines through the malls, should find it to their interest to disregard spending the winter with her daugh- tendants were Mrs. Walter Wagner at St. Lawrence's church in of tho "Rather than a reunion of the with interment in the Ashe-vil- Christian churches, tho Holy See "Barhed wire entanglements were get a short shrift, whenever and it tho league covenant will become ter, Mrs. James Wintersralth, in as matron of honor and Casper HagAda, Okla., and her son, Vincent ner as best man. The brido was atRlversldo cometery. He Is sur- aims at tho unity of tho church, set up, armored cars whirled about wherever found. Lynch law would another scrap of paper." MoAteer. and Mrs. ffllcAteor, In Com- tired in a beautiful dress of white vived by (hia wife and ono sister, which In the opinion of iRome, can tho town, airplanes overhead, ma- be none too good for them. At the fort. Tex., will return ihomc next Georgette crepe with veil caught Miss Mary Keating, of Asheville, and only occur by all returning ,to the DELIGHTED TID3 CHILDREN. guns carried hither and samo time we can n.ot too emphatichine with orange blossoms and carried four nephews and two nieces, of Catholic church." Never will laat Sunday bo forgot- week. Popo Benedict told visiting clera shower bouquet of bride's roses, Savannah, tho children of his broththither, and tho streets patrolled cally condemn the tendency of the ten by the orphan children of St. Mrs. Wagner wore a pink orepe de er, the late P. J. Keating, who died gymen it was not possible for the Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Hoke day and night by armed soldiers reptile press to attribute these mur- Thomas, St. Vincent and St. JosCatholic churoh to take part In the tho engagement of their chine and carried pink rosea. Tho two months ago. The littlo wearing trench helmets and carry- derous manifestations of discontent eph's Orphan Homes. proposed world conference. The Institutions daughter. Miss Alice Thomas Hoke, sanctuary was tastefully decorated to prganized labor of any kind. As ones from the three ing fixed bayonets." Pope said .that as "successor to St. JIKET THE POPE. to Eugene G. Miller, of Richmond, with palms and flowers and the mugathered on woi-St. a matter of fact, the labor unions Orphanage grounds itiho .the Thomas ind. The wedding will be solemn- sic was rendered by a special choir Peter, the Vicar of Chrlat has no first anfor According to tho Associated Press greater desire than 'that there should are the strongest harrier against So nual Knighta of Columbus day, one ized at St. Cecilia's church on June under tho direction of Mra. Goobol. BOLSHEVISM. After tho wedding breakfast the reports from Romo the light Rev. bo but one fold and one shepherd." cialism and anarchy that the nation that will live forever in thoir inno- 2 at 7 a. m. happy couplo left on an Eastern Charles P. Anderson, Bishop of Chi- He added that the teaching and TJiat Bolshevism Bhould be dealt ha3 and tho sooner employers rec- cent mlnda. Two bands of music Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hubbuch, honeymoon trip and upon their re- cago; the Right Rov. Boyd Vincent, practice of the Catholic church "reChairwith firmly and uncompromisingly ognize this the better it will be for contributed their services and man John Doyle and the Knights Sr., announce the marriage of their turn will he at home at 2213 Boil- Bishop of Southern Ohio, and Bish- garding unity of tho vislblo ohuroh op Reginald Heber Weller, of the is well known to every one, and goes without saying. Wo doubt, .how- themselves. Unfortunately, 'how- were untiring In their efforts to daughter. Miss Mamie Hubbuch, to ing avenue. dioeeso of iFond du Lac, Wis., ac therefore it would not be possible ever, that the policeman's club or ever, tho big employer who has make this day, which will be fol- J. Fred Aubrey. Tho ceremony was at St. FATHER HAURETT PROMOTED. companied by the Rev. S. Talbot for tho 'Catholic church to partici on 'Wednesday mob violence will effect its suppres-sio- troublo with a union does not lowed at tho other homes In rota- solemnized Rogers, of Racino College, and tho pate In tho proposed conference." tion each year, ono that will be Mary's church, tho Rev. Father Wo rather think such tactic3 hesitate to denounce it as an anxiously Tho Rev. Father Regis Barrett, Rev. Edward L. parsons, oi uerKe-lolooked for. Many amuse Westerman officiating. Cal., all prominent figures In and, more recently, ment devices had been provided and will prove strong arguments in its anarchistic IRISH saved num. senior chaplain at Camp Zachary in illlam J. Fallon and bride, who Taylor and hertoforo holding tho tho Protestant Eplsoopal church by a Bolsheviki organization. everything was dono to make the favor; at least they will give the as States, wero received been Tho English aro complaining that Qolshevlkt propagandists an oppor- Tactics of this kind are dan dependent little ones happy. An. was susa Mary .Frances jvnnogue, rank of Second Lieutenant, has great tho United i, Mgr. Pope Benedict Friday. programme was present have returned front their wedding promoted to Captain, to tho are standing be tunity of asking what evil thing the gerous as they are dishonest, and if excellent enjoyed to tho fullest by trip and aTO at homo at 200G Frank- - delight of all who have been staSecretary for Extraordinary Afand was as inter- tween them and America's friend powers that bo are trying to divert persisted In. will eventually force the large numbers of grown people and tort avenue. Their marriage was tioned at tho camp. Chaplain Bar- fairs at the Vatican, acted cor- ship. Thoy thanking their public attention from by an as- unions from their conservative moor- frlenda of the orphan homes as well solemnized at St. Trances of Romo rett 'has evinced groat Interest In preter. Tho Pontiff wa3 most and stars that should ho stood be prelates by tho children. This is another church, 'Rev. John Fallon perform the soldiers and ha3 made a legion dial to the visiting sault on tho Bolshevin bogle. Bo ings, particularly if the authorities as of friends in Louisvillo, who hope thanked .them for their call, efore tween them and Germany's fury Louisville ing ttne coremoay niovoment for which that m it may, the events of May take the capitalistic view and act Council in entitled to the greatest j that he may soon attain still higher seeing the Popo tho Americans had when they had their "backs to the a long .talk with Cardinal Gasparri, wall." ' Miss Annie Le Rawly, daughter rank. 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Tho extensive, yea tremendous, right of parents and their duty In regard to The third biennial convention of propaganda carried on in fa"vor of children. tho education of their Phone City 1180. Such a doctrine, first tho international of Federation the education iblll not enunciated by tho men of terror in Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Catholic Alumnae will be .held In only has for Its object tho curtail- the days or the French revolution, "As Nef to You as Ibe Nearest Phone" Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steara Conduits, St. Loul3May 30 to June 3. Women ment and oven the abolition of would In its final result differ but Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, workers of the United States and freedom of education, but also bears slightly from tho Russian despotism Canada will be In attendance, 4and all the earmarks of fanaticism. One which allegedly recognizes no father Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Bricil FUNERAL FLOWERS can not fall to note the cocksureness of the child, makes women the propit is expected to bo tho largest gathGrate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. S ering jot Catholic women ever held and air of Infallibility in the pro- erty of the State, and takes tho HbKhbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbK on tho American continent. moters concerning the absolute cor- child, when a month old, from the Tho OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 mother following resolution will bo one of conA SPECIAL WREATH S5.00 rectness of their plan, and thoobjec- nurseries. and places il in State W Ti8jBBBWpHIBHBBB on rituta uaim Krr Dunuec rirv sequent utter disregard for the matters to como before 'the Is evident from the foregoing gathering: It tions and criticisms. Says the most -- Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. W0UK9 recent circular of tho National Edu- that the propaganda carried on in "Whereas, The chief aim of. the favor of the Smith-Towcational Association: International Federation of Catholic f CM bill by tho " aSSRbbI H iaiW Alumnae ds to uphold tho Ideals of "Our N. E. A. bill received much N. E. A. has not advanced argumHbbbbbsBb Z?& 4 &&&. Catholic womanhood; and, attention in iboth tho Senate and ments that are objectively valid, and 1 "Whereas, The styles that fashion the House of Representatives of the that tho bill must be carefully 1 "hSbbbbbHbbbBb: , iIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbJbbbbbBbI Sixty-fift- h 'fe decrees aro too often a contradiction Congress, but together watched. This must bo done from l BOO tourthAwnwlotrinilrj tPX. of ithese ideals; bo jt with hundreds of other important tho very beginning of tho coming V "Resolved, That wo In convention measures was burled in the conotUU ul uiisresH, uainoncs win rXSV Wo telegraph Flowers Everywhen gested legislation of the short ses- do well to enter on this duty with assembled pledge ourselves to help xbbbbbbHbSob9bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 counteract by our example this great sion. Tho hill will be carefully re- a spirit of energy and preparedness to prevent the passage of S. 5635. evil." bbbbbbbbbbbbhbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbhbhbbbbbbd vised and perfected and reintroducAL. S. SMITH, PROP. This Tesolution was adopted by ed In both houses at the opening of C. B. of tho V. tho federation In 1918, and this the next Congress, which will probmeeting will be asked to reaffirm ably convene In special session early A$URDEFY. It and as far as possible put it into in June." effect. The address of welcome will Conynenting upon the relation of Then follows a brief analysis of bo delivered by Archblahop Glennon, the bill. The circular does not take the universities of a country to its and another speaker will bo the into consideration at all the numer- national life, the New York Sun diBOTH PHONES 810. Rev. Edward A. Pace, of the Cathous objections directed against its lates upon tho complete lack of Inolic University, Washington, D. C. very purpose, viz.: educational con- fluence exerted by any Institution of Organized In 1914 under the honortrol of all schools through a depart- learning In the United State3, beSOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. ary presidency of Cardinal Gibbons, ment of tho Federal Government in yond scattering Its alumni through-"u- t and indorsed by tho hierarchy and Washington. the various fields of endeavor. 4 Father Blakely, S. J., clergy of tho United States, the feda valiant champion of the freedom It then passes to the reflection that: "THE PILL THAT WILL' ' LIEUT. ALONZO n. SEYMOUR. Is now one of the leading eration "The identification of th nni,.. UT OS" 04U'V of education, has analyzed this bill HENRY G. HCRR slty with the national life would In America. Awarded the French War Cross Catholic educational organizations He says: tOUIAVILcC, KVi r seem to bo a natural growth where with the star for his skill and (brav of the country. Its object as set HOME PHONE S3 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y "Instead Of S 4987 we have now S 5635, differing from tho October t grows at all. In England, where ery in directing from an airplane a forth In tho official announcements They work like a charm. brow mainly In Its number. Four It is most complete, it has not been heavy artillery fire whilo he himself is to "advance the cause of religion and education, through the medium main reasons are given why it forced. The unwlRdnm nt fnmtntr t was under fire. Every box sold to satisfy of association and unified ondeavor should ibe rejected. First, it costs with Instruments of State has been or your money refunded. and by the widespread power of too much; second, It establishes at made apparent more than once. Tho THE NEW BOROUGH. Christian charity and culture, and ,.m. Washington n political bureaucracy universities of FrancA inat For Sale by Your Druggist dominating tho free schools of a that they might have given France i They've levied many millions on the thus become a dominant power for good In a reconstructed world freo people: third, it tends toward and the world when Napoleon mado likes of Germany. in packages. tho suppression of private initiative mem btato creatures. Their recov- But never raised a helpln' hand to 5 In education and consequently is ery and present flowering began make old Ireland free. opposed to public policy; CRY OF THE TYRANT. and only when that central national So hero's a" plan I'm thlnkln' of to fourth, it Is a complete reversal of control was realxed. To sot tho matter Tight Tho cry of tho tyrant Is on the air Ohio River Fish the relations which havo hitherto uses State control may what base Just move tho island somowhores turn tho oxisted between the Federal Govern- Germau university of today offers onco again, and or all places in near tho ment and tho schools of tho respec proof. Government control of eduBritain, a land which fought for the RECEIVED DAILY, tive Stntes. .This Is the case in cation is a temptation hard to te- - There's room for Erin he.ro aye, freedom of email nations so valiantBpito of tho glib assurance that all sioi, uut 10 yieiu to. it is to go back, wo would hold her to our ly 'that it all but disrupted itself. OHIO RIVER tho educational facilities encouraged through what bloody nights there breast, by its provisions shall be organized, .,."?, knowlnB. to a day behind the Just as we clasp hor flghtin' sons? Yet, strango as it may appear, d 1529 WEST MARKET STREET supervised and administered exclu Mfddlo Ages. is now protesting vociferously In a democracy it for they have loved us best. sively by tho legally constituted would be to create a We'd wear your bhamrocks on our against tho grant of liberty to one State and local educational authori- absurdity." coast, where men who sail the small nation, Ireland, that helped It Is gratifying to note in this edities within the several States." her win tho war. But, after all. is bay No one should bo 'deceived by the torial comment both the wise rejecCould point out and whisper 'ound, England at fault, or her Bourbons fact that the bill now has a new tion of a pernicious Government pa"There's Freedom's new bou- only, tho ruling class that never forgets and never learns? It Is im- City 2360. number; it is still aa dangerous as ternalism and tho reference, not to Mala 2I60-quet!" Is was under tho former. possible to think that tho great mass To this the darkness of tho Middle Ages, cocksureness and air of Infallibility when university life reached its We'd taxi In your jaunting carts of the English people aro so blind A SPECIALTY. zenith of development, 'but rather to to justice and to their own safety there Is added a good deal of along Fifth avenue by veiling the real purpose tho utter night of barbarism which The cops would hold the traffic sUll that they have joined In tho present of howl against the advancement of preceded them, amid & Boyer Fish Co. hightho (bill 'by tho alms, such as re- church again kindled which tho We'd until they all got through. and desirable sell shlllalah sticks and such delegates who are trying In a legitithe light of 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLH, KY. mate way to bring relief to a nation moval of Illiteracy, promotion of raith and learning that grew into a In haberdasheried, noonday brightness in tho great And pipes of clay would havo a that has been maltreated for 800 health, Americanization, improveyil East Jefferson Street. ment of teachers,' salaries, provision schools that she created. placo with meorohaums, If years. Surely British labor at least sees tho rising tide on which Ireof equal opportunities for education you ploase. Homo City 10G1. land rides manacled, before the eyes GALLS HARD NAMES. for all. The latter phrase la sus; ceptible of many different interpreWe'd run Broadway right through of tho world. And, surely too, EngLloyd George and Lord Northcllffe tations, CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE chameleon-like-changing Its significance, are calling tho Isle, and In tho dreamy lish Laborltes realize that Ireland's , condition .is a reproach to their each other hard names, whenever occasion nights demands. One need not 'bo a genius much to the dlsedlficatlon of the Tho "colleens matchless Irish eyes boasted Ideals of justice and char 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, to reallzo the desirability of these British politicians. would gleam instead of lights. ity, a reproach Indeed that a free If it were a For messengers, collectors, business things, yet at the same time to per- scrap between two Irish leaders tho Aye, Coney's placo would suffer world will not tolerate too long. But in that event how dare tho some 4n competition groan men, clerks, workmen, mechanics ceive that Federal control of the row would have been adduced as proof that the Irish disagreo among For Summer folk would crowd the London Post protest the visit of paternal-Isand farmers; cash or weekly pay- Bchools and a aro not tho means by which w.cuidcivcb auu uo not Know what line to kiss the Blarnoy Stone. tho American delegates to Ireland ments. In theso words so grossly Insulting ' this end Is to ibe obtained. Intelli- they want. It is quite a different gent people can not ibe duped by this thing, doncherknow, when British Got ready with your movin' tools, to tho Chief Executive of the United R. L. DAVIS, Agent, States? ovident and dishonest camouflage gentlemen engago In Buch political yo Irish engineer. S. W. Corner Seventh nnd Broadway practiced by tho N. E. A., which has Climb. Main SOOS.a "If it is true that Mr. Wilson Is Home City 2008 Most of what the And string a lot of towln lines from behind this Intrigue against the been exposed so frequently that that two combatants say about each Dublin over hero. organization should finally speak out other Is quite true, and tho public We'd join yo to our city, sure. We'd union of tho United Kingdom and National Roofing after the President's' behavior to squarely In answer to tho objections a juuuiieu io ooueve each of them. hail ye with acclaim. advanced against the bill. A favor-It- o Ireland looks on at the scrap with And Erin Borough! ought to fit, It ward Italy anything da credible tho Company Amorlcan Ambassador ought to bo reference of tho N. E. A., namely about the same complacency as did yo should want a name! Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. .Incorporated ' told that tho .United Kingdom does to tho Fisher bill In England, is a woman who had been brutally Geno Fowlor. not tolerate Interference. In its dowrong, because that 'bill was materi- beaten by her husband when immeWe Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Felts, mestic affairs. They are our busially changed before adoption, owing diately thereafter her better half NAVY RIVER TRIP. Gravel Rooting (A bpcclalty). ASK ANY ness and tho business of nobody was attacked by a grizzly ,bear, the to the opposition of Catholics. Oculists' Prescriptions. OCUWST Anothor Instance of camouflngo abused wife remarking that sho did So West else." surely is a puzzle which Is 121 W. Mnln not care which of the brutes got tho may that the people of tho. types That and misdirected effort is readily dehave a close view of the only magnified by this crude mistected in tho effort that tho N. E. A. ueai ui me ugni. uno Premier has Phones City 1250; Slain 1100-of ships used in the war against tho statement or fact, from the London to force its policy on the deceived, betrayed, and bedeviled 013 FOUItTH AVENUE OPP. MAltY ANDERSON tho Navy Department is now Graphic: public under the guise of patriot- Erin In her legitimate aspirations flofor deliverance from British mis- assembling an "If vany of tho States of America ism, nationalization, AmericanizaTHE VERY BEST tion, unification, standardization, rule, while Lord Northcllffe has tilla to make a trip on tho Missis- wore again, to demand tho right to ft etc. Moreover, Government publica prostituted all the powers of his sippi river and its tributaries. These secede from tho Union it la certain the American peoplo would bo bittions aie used persistently to Incul- printing presses to misrepresent ships Implements of warfare terly Indignant if such a demand and cate the erroneous doctrine that and vilify her cause In the eyes of used aro rocoived any kind of official encour"education is not the Tight of, the iu wuwu. ii-- a toss-u- p between being against German OIEArXBIt-A.KrrIYJBRS sent to tho Middle West agement from Great Britain. Wo parents." School Life, published the two as to Which of them has UfwUJU'UKATBaJ twice a month by the Department or done the greater injury and injus- waters so that people of that part apply the same standard of judgment to American interference iri il L.OUISVIL.L.1I1 tho Interior, Bureau of Education, tice In respect to Ireland. KENTUCKY If the of the country may have a full op our affairs," may properly be considered the offi- bout results in a double knock-ouSOFT DRINKS portunity to have a close Inspection r LARGEST IN TUB SOUTH. What has British labor to say to no Irish tears need be shed. cial organ of the proposed Depart of the vessels, guns and equipment ment of Education. In the March 1 which the navy used in clearing the this? Will it continue to shout for CHANGE PLAYING CARDS. Issue of this organ a discussion is sea of tho enemy submarine. The liberty in Iceland, Finland, Bohemia, reprinted from tho census debate of fidtllla will consist of tho U. S. S. Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, HerzegoUEPAmiNG WELDLNa Believing that the war was fought Isabel, a destroyer type, the sub vina, Slovenia, iPosen, Lithuania, ItfrnriH Md Ahwratl Nik SdMWica TreiM the last session of Congress, in i which the chief point Is that popu- for democracy as far as America was marine Jv-Expert Attention On Repairs On AU Makes of Cars threo submarine chas- Gallcla, Moldavia, whilo tho foot of Dr. Uriah Z. Lttsty lar education is tho legitimate func- concerned, an enterprising Western- ers and two flying boats, all of the tyrant is on Ireland's "neck?" SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAHHNG 1 Chiropodist tion of government) To what an er plans to "kick the kings and which, with their officers and crews America. extreme point this idea would be queens out of the decks of playing have seen active service in the war "fft&nfBBBw 507 at & WILL REPLACE nALL. B"Km WrwVi CO. stretched becomes evident from a cards." The plan is to substltnto a zone. The expedition will be in Starka 1 follows: paragraph printed la the For the king, the Ameri- command of Lieutenant Commander ERNEST SMITH, Prop. Baildial Last week Col. Andrus, commandissuo of the same publication: can soldier; for the queen, the Navy, whq asBBsssjsssssnBBfflj Beth Pbe?: "Every child born into this world, Cross nurse; for the Jack, Red Thomas G, 'Berrien, U. S. 713 SOUTn SEVENTH ST., LOUISVOLE, KY. Both Phones 2399 the Is now at the Submarine Base at ing officer of Fort Thomas, received In this nation. Is a nation's child, Jackie of tho navy; for the ace, the Key West. The Naw Department a teleuram from Adjt. Gen. Kern, Auto Owners: We Aro Motor Doc- and as the natl6n's child the nation ttiirencan aviator. Intends that everylwdy In the Mis giving permission to the Knights o HERBERT JENKINS, 3c. aJ Trw. W. G. RORK, Profcknl. tors, Skilled Experts To Serve You. has au obligation to It for Its proper sissippi. Valley shall see the flotilla, Columbus to replace the hall, whic GERTRUDE McNALLY. We Never Sleep. Open 24 Hours. education," Interpreted In the sense and so that all may be reached men was destroyed by flre laat uecemoe VULCANIZING CO. on motor cycles will post announce- Plans for the new building have a Full Line of TJres, Tubes ami Ac- of many other expressions printed INCORPORATED Gertrude McNally, an employe of ments in all the Tillages and nearby ready been accepted, and Its con. Tire and Tubes Vulcan- la this and other publications advocessories. ized. Storage Batteries Charged and cating the nationalization of educa- the United Stated Bureau of En- counties accessible to the .river struction will begin at once, wn GUARANTEED VULCANIZING ) Repaired. PORTLAND AUTO AND tion and the abolition of the free graving and Printing, has been ports. It is proposed to make this comnleted. the Fort Thomas K. GENERAL REPAIR CO., Keller aad dom of the schools, such doctrine elected a vice mretrfflant. nt tki the most comprehensive showing hall will rank among the most com Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway lilerhner, Proprs. 877 N. 90th St. can not fall of condemnation by Maryland State and District of Co- - ever sent oat' by the Navy Depart modious and in rne co ( Louisville, Kentuoky Home Phone; City 2511 " try. clear thinking, well meaning per-- 1 lurabfx Federation of Lafcor.. ment. I'd one Shawnee 42. 315 Stark BaiMinfi. Third Floor Fourth and Walnot. P. BANNON PIPE CO. Smith-Town- er !! f -r t er ' J V j mtscmiksru 4"nM HBBBBBflBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBh THBBHBBBBBBIiBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Kc'IsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 'BBBBflKMVaBlBBBBBBBvJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB .BBBBBBBBSlBBBBBBBBBBlBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi &. iGRAN W. SMITH'S SON! Funeral Director a and Embalmen t KSRS 'Lir?PLLG m BsSilBBBBBBBBBflBBBmHPlVBnlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. WWUMMMVUiUMiWMWV 25-ce- nt Fresh S22 Ka,st Main street. a i THOMAS KEENAN ..IMJKrE3RiuIv Eng-laif- self-defeati- DIRECTOR.. cy Segal Irish-Americ- an 717-71- D. L. Director and Embalmer Funeral BX Y. DOUGHERTY It McEMOlT i25ri f m Funeral Directors and Embaimers! BOTH PHONEJS. hair-pullin- g. ! Supply and Y THE BALL OPTICAL CO. at EPPING'S t iX"rT'ii t, CORNS,BUNIONS X9f9mmm999wmBmm9m49Bl i 5, iKSv JbPv ff sHBBBBI AUTO WELDING REPAIR mid-Februa- ry 1 WEST BROADWAY I up-to-d- w BCBIIXrarTJOKY XJ&IJBC RELIABLE GLIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colu'ms. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THE The beet GLASSES you can get I are Any, "Ask the only safe kind to wear. Oculist." Correct GLASSES are as Important OPTICAL (' as the right medicine and WB make COMPANY ' them. 013 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky Opposite Mary Anderson. i -- A.3MCEiaXO-38r. JOHN kLLkjj!ii; '.'" B. RATTERMAN t"H"H"M''I"I"l"l"""l-H.lt"l-'4- . .' '" " .;; '" iwniTr..ia.8i8. - .tg.lTTI.-- . ..T. -- .. FUNERAL DIRECTOR j mil I m&r fJ II ifilMIIISWHui vmmMIfmm II mil li Ulilll Pf w m lOfM iJI titUJ umiMWMW'mMm i3r 1 1 H ( m I WBMmwh Bill l :.r:- :;; 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee West 1107a. 1243. Cumberland SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Best ! LADIES That Milan hat from last summer needs attention. Bring It to us and wo will clean, dye and reshape it to look llko new. This Is the only placo in the city that knows how to do ladles' hats. Wo have all modern machinery and can do tho best of work. Forty years In business is our guarantee. : Cigars V Made!; 1' ! iJi fl Road Service. Home City 8300 JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. PISK TIRES ACCESSORIES & OO. PRO-PEU- rhon 2550 Louis A. Broring, D. D. Home T TT ! ! V V 'I' ! V l'f f yfj(Hf DENTI5T 900-90- 1 STARKS BUILDING. JOHN B. O'LEARY C1TX Falls City Straw Works 713 Headquarters for AND FAItM See. us about anything In real We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. TlMOKERS lKBBBK;ig The- - Smoke Of Lli WrST JEFFERSOIT STREET North Side Tho Best Bug and Roach Killer on the market, because we guarantee it to kill or no pay. LOUISVILLiK CHEMICAL CO. 108 South Third Avenuo Main 1805 City 8222 estate. Thr Hour. If You Are k'X an Employer Worker City 3359 SEE POOLEY FOH MONEY. ROBERTSON SAM Loans to those having regular Inno publicity CONTRACTOR FOR comes or salary, with or red tape. Loans ,to housekeepers ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW n their personal security. F. B. POOLEY, St. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone Shawnee S68 415 S. Fourth Street. L. And Need a Girl Worker, OR 3LUONG THEMSELVES AT HOME. The doughboys are having the time of their young lives on occu pled German soil, according to all ports. The picture shows a couplo of them enggaed in agamo of bill! In the castle of Count von Walderdoeff, at Molsberg. Incidentally this la the farthest point of Ger man territory reached by the Amer- lean Army of Occupation. re-ar- If You Are a Girl Sain 3359 And Need a Position The influenza Makes Eyes Weak. I make a specialty of fitting glasses to theso cases and have had wonderful success. Call and see mo before It goes too far. E. P. SJIITH, Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN & SON, 320 West Market street. CALL US al T. E.- - YANN DAIRY Incorporated. COMPANY WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER HIBERNIANS. News Notes. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. knigkts op mmm Women's Activities, National Catholic War Council 037 South Fourth St. 508-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. City 8380 Brook and Bloom Cumb. S. 168-- 1 What They Have Been Doing First and the Past Week General' Tim O'Leary. Walter Murphy. Home City 2803 Financial Secretary John "SOUTHERN STAR" Tly California State convention Barhey Muldoon, back In "clvies" 1850 Portland avenue. will meet at Eureka on June 9. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY again, shows up at meetings. Recording Secretary John SLICED BACON A. ThA TTIhprnlnn Trlah fair at Port Martin. Cincinnati will have four big IniFRED HORNUNG, JR. "All ltcady for Your Griddle hi the land, Ore., was a gratifying success. tiations the last half of this month. Treasu'rer--J. .Dougherty. Morning" ' Patrick Shaughnessy was elected Sergoant-at-Arm- s PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Martin SheeA class of 140 will receive the HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE a member bt Division 4 Monday han. foiirth degree at Covington on 712 West Jefferson Street evening. LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. Sentinel Thomas Noone. June 1. Louisville, Ky. PhllnrlplnTiln. Incorporated will Rend twentv- District "Deputy Donovan and his seven delegates to the national con team aro booked for dejjree work Home Phone Shawnee 80S vention. ANIMALS DIVISION 4. DEAD until July. HENRY GOSS Seattle Hibernians have a. strong Meets second and fourth Mondays Last Sunday a class of 150 were CASH PRICES PAID HIGHEST aro winning all baseball team and Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. received Into the council at CarCity 721; Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted their games. Call Home Phone ;' thage, N. Y. President John. J. Barry. The Hibernians of Seattle aro Asphalt Shingles a Specialty' Cumb. Phone Main 721. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. The fourth degree was exemplified making preparations for their anRecording Secretary. Lawrence last week at Sioux Falls, S. D for 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. nual picnic and reunion. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. D. Meany. a class of 200. A grand rally In aid of (the Irish Financial Secretary Thomas J. & LOAN CO. virrtnrv fund la heinc arranged by A month's campaign will add IIAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. Incorporated. new members at about seventy-fou- r the Now York County Board. Treasuror John F. Burke. Lafayette, Ind. All Kinds of Footwear For the A. Lazar, Manager Pat Begley and Martin Sheehan Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con. Whole Family A class of over 100 will recelvo Money Advanced on Your Plain Note led a delegation of Hibernian ball nelly. the three degrees tomorrov at team rootera at Shawnee Park Sun 312 West Jcuerson- - street Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Stores Two HAMBLY'S Richmond, Ind. day. (Second Floor) Shaw. 1716 A larcfi delegation of the Ancient Initiations at Bond and Mt. An20th and Portland. City 7164 Homo Phone City 2967. rrioT- - nnil T.firllnn Anxlllarv attend saying that Germany will accept the gel, Ore., have added largely to the 18th and Magazine treaty only because her delegates Oregon membership. ed the Sunday initiation at Imogene, are forced to accept NATIONAL HATTERS whatever Is of REGULAR DINNER Iowa. The .council at Greenslmrg, Home Phone City 1931 fered them. The United States had will have n big Initiation and Ind., Rntrflnn Sullivan has recovered nothing to ask from tho conference the tom TOL.AKIS. Pron. With Soup, Coffee and Dessert 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. from his recent injury and Is now a and we are getting just what we time of lta life tomorrow. 35c The councils of Oregon aro all Suits iresseu wane xou vytui. mnmbor of the CamD Taylor fire de asked for. Great Britain appears Quiet, Genteel Service From Buffet Hats Cleaned and Blocked While partment. to be completely satisfied with the pushing tho membership drive and Lunch to Banquet. Soldiers' Uniforms and You Wait The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., treaty and tho proposed league of Initiations are now the order. wont uanea w are already preparing ror tneir nations. Tho latter It will control Hats a Specialty, Blahop Carrell Council, Covington, MEDLEY HOTEL RESTAURANT, nd Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Fourth of July reunion to be new and the treaty grants all that Brit- will soon confer the degrees upon a ' 620 W. Market St. Quality." on Council Crest. ish delegates sought. Thus two na class numbering about 100. City 5810. Ittentlon and Main 9170. attended the tions come out of the conference A large crowd The council at Sidney, Ohio, ha3 THE SIGN OF QUALITY reception and dancing party given without a grlevanpe. One had noth just initiated a class of 100 in tho ySOSMS'8 PROVIDES! ABSSOXATieB Blghl'd 7411 hv the Hibernians and Ladles' Aux ing to ask for itself and tho other million membership campaign. Incorporated got all It asked. ThU is an Indica East 180 iliary of South Omaha. Omaha Council has initiated its OlUia n Tntno 'Ar. Tlrrhef. Thomas Lynch tion of the course of world events ninth class since last December, thO Val orgaaUed by Xflftko KENTUCKY to LAUNDRY membership tbelng approximately and Patrick Keegan visited Division for the next quarter of a century. True Voice. LOARI Pergonal OO. 3 last night to meet a prize com1,400. Ob Parnltur and Other mittee of the ball club. Incorporated With Its initiation of fifty memProperty at .Phllnrlnlnliln lirca the bers next month Price Hill Council, 2 LOWEST BATES nuhllcatlon of the long delayed his Cincinnati, will pass tho 1,000 Underbill St. COLEMAN BUILDING tory of the order In America. They mark. Geo. Dearborn also want the National wmernjan The council at Portland,, Ore., S H. COR. THIRD AND. JEFFKRSON Manager lwlfl:9iHKilWiaiBEaieH Both Phones 2886 issued again. will soon have ;a membership of at Following the recent Initiation 1,000. A largo class 'will bo initiatJ NO. P. MORTON & CO. Imogene, Iowa, the Ladles' Auxil Both Phones 2406 ed tomorrow. OO iary served a Banquet to over zuu Last Sunday at Bogalusa, where INCORPORATED guests. Rev. Edward Hayes pretho Louisiana State convention was Reatllnger Adolpb held, over 100 candidates received Established 1S2G. Louisville, Ky. sided as toastmaster. Ladles' Auxiliary 1 of Indianapolis the three degrees. INSURANCE gave a party and dance in St. JosOFFICH OUrFITTJKBS Newport Council has accepted TORNADO, IilABILITY AND guests had plans for its new hall, and the PLATE GLASS PRINTERS eph's Hall, andfrom as special HarriSTATIONERS many soldiers Fort Ben reports rapid Duldlng Committee 123 SOUTH THIRt STREET son and the Speedway. progress irt subscriptions. Responding to tho call of their Indianapolis Council has just conSAVIFGS LOUISVILLE SOUTH the Ladles' National President, ferred tho major degrees on a class AND DEPOSIT BANK Auxiliary of Gracevllle, Minn., gave of over 100 candidates, and will an entertainment that realized ?75 have two more exemplifications In BUILDER Avenue for the Irish freedom fund. Fourth and Central the near future. The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., Last Sunday there was a big Ini2431 MONTGOMERY STREET .Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings are entertaining their friends with tiation and banquet at Elwood, Ind. A General Banking BusiDeposits. isRBa&lllBBeMSlBHSHBlieflBBln JK an Irish fair that closes tonight. Some Phone Shawnee 1010 The City Band headed the parade to ness Transacte(L Proceeds are to be used In liquidatmass and uniformed soldiers and ing the debt on their building. sailors were among the 1,200 people K. TFEIFFER FRANK A. OHLMANN Philadelphia In line. Tho Hibernians of FLORIST have made extensive preparations Terre. Haute Council rounded out Street d 000 East Franklin annual field day, for their Street a successful day with the initiation 421 South Thirty-eight- h which wll include memorial exer of 140 new members, and on tho Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral UROOEIUES AND FRESH MEATS cises and addresses 'by speakers oi same day Logansport added another Works. national repute. The proceeds will hundred to Its membership. Indiana Cumb. Main 967-rtn fn flio Trlah freedom fund. It Is Is In the million campaign In earPhone Shawnee 559-expected tho attendance will ho 40,- nest. 000. M. With surprising Initiations at InHighland 1033 dianapolis, Michigan City, Elwood, CONFERENCE. OUTCOME OF TOBACCONIST JOB. V. SPANINGER WHOLESALE Brookavllle, Fort Wayne, Batesvllle, North Vernon and Greensburg, tho AND SALOON, FINE peace conGROCERY Italy's "bluff" at the Indiana Knights are taking a first 000 West Main Street ' WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS ference was carried nearly too far. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER. place In tho million membership Dut It succeeded In the end. The Louisville, Ky. . 370 Baxter Avenue Latest snapshot of richest man In drive. "big three after refusing to give America leaving his residence. The charity ball of San Francisco Plume to Italy has reconsidered the Council was the most successful in JOHN B. WATHEN matter. And tho Italian delegates the history of tho city. Among YOUR BASTED DUTY. PRACTICAL nATTER FURNITURE MOVER aud PACKER have been Invited" to return to the,, those who enjoyed the brilliant and While tho compromise conference. WAGON OR VAN Hats Remodeled, Cleaned CleanThe time set for making the Eas- spectacle were army and navy offioffered has not been made public, It Panama's Bleecbed. Dyed. cials and Federal, State and munici2525 West Walnut Street ing and Pressing of Men's Clbthlng. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Is generally supposed that Flume ter duty extends to Trinity Sunday, pal government officials. granted to Italy after four June 15. Those who fall to make' will be John B. Stetson Hats at Low Prlcoa. years. That is about all .that Italy their Eastor duty automatically exHome Phone Shawnee 1986 520 "West Walnut Street. "ANCHOR OF SOUL." could expect. thrust But Italy Is not the only nation communicate themselves themselves Confidence In God is an essential that Is dissatisfied with the propos- church andoutside the pale of the Virtue should they die unrec.of the Cihrlstlan state and MEN'S BLACK OR TA ed treaty of peace. Belgium, that not herself for the allied onciled, could seemsreceive a Chris- character, and IsIn therefore infused sacrificed scarcely neces- into our souls (baptism as the cause at the beginning of the war tian 'burial. It dl- gift and to which complete reparation sary to mention the Easter duty, in ivlne of divine hope together with su By faith of frequent communion, Funeral Directors and restitution was promised time theso daysaro perhaps soma who are pernatural and charity. wo this gift of hope confide nrwl npnln. finds that no udehuate yet there In God and firmly expect that If we to. ( renaratlon Is to ho made. Tho sac- - negligent on this point. Embalmers. fulfill the conditions Ho will giyo us fificea made i will not be recom- his grace and bring us to ovorla?t- Theia ilioei are world tieter ACCOMMODATING. pen sea; ana wnue .ueigium win the well Img nappiness according to his prom UIO SfBJHK AVHJ1WUH they look iervlce.and they stand ren- Off,.. .V( ,fl..'V vw .w .w.wowv They are designed (MBtrs of and trallt for tervloe and they A young couple from tho suburbs ise. MM. they have a grievance. feel that Hope In God Is demanded of us as der that service. wont to Dublin the other dav to 3ee lirance is 10 receive homage due to Him apd as tho given I the pantomime. 'Being early they a of course, and Is to be SPALDING SHOE CO. xne safeguard' of our Christian lifo and and naut visited a JUaKTKBXTK AXV KAHMS the surety of our final salvation. It vajley; .but Mrashal Foch state that place all to thmelves. The at- is founded on fatth on the knowlDistrict Out of. the In edge no. aaequaie limitary protection a tending waltrwwl had omitted, of God, of his power, Leave Your his assured to his country by the trwtty. serving ihfem, to supply the neces- goodness, his love and hits promises, His' advice would be against signing sary implement effectually to assist which are made known to us by th6 protests against iu the proper and palatable admix- Incarnate Son of God. Established IN HOTEL the treaty. China the conference FILMS THE LOUISVILLE-OLture of the tea, cream aqd sugar. her treatment toy on Christian faith, the virtue of Has secured the DeMar Quintet, of especially in tin matter of awardmm TWiTrW "Can we have a spoon?" Inquired hope enables ns to he true to God Chicago, for &. short engagement, ing Shantung to Japan. Portugal is the, swain. 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Photo shows the wldo plaza IA Park avenue, Now York, the center of the Victory Loan activities throughout tho campaign. Center background shows the porth end py ramid of captured" German helmets surmounted by a duplicate of the Herbert Adanw statue of victory. Telephone Main 2536. THOMAS L. QUEENAN. Germany Come on I Now for a real tobacco treat! Hit up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and see how this waxy, mellow, old twist warmt the cockles of your heart The smell of it alone will take you right back for more. Ask for War Hawk! At all live merchants! Guaranteed by as a commercial competi-Uothereby advancing British in INCORPORATED. a former terests, Giesberts said In an dntor-we- ll Thomas L. Queenan, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Ger-th- e known business man, but for view today. America will lose line hecauso they were afraid to GRATEFUL TO I'ltESIDENT. past ten years n resident of man markets because Wilson failed walk home through tho negro sec Chicago, died In that city on Tucs- - to compel adhesion to his fourteen The latest word from Paris relation because of tho many .hold-up- s FIHST HOLY MASS. daw following a snort mness, ac- - points, me siuu tive to the Irish cause is contained and assaults. That's a "safety first" AC-TO- R CHI -- R0-PR rnrclintr to telecrams receied here in the following cable dispatch sent St. Joseph's Orphan Homo will that tho street car company doesn't E. Queenan, of ANNUAL RETREAT. Wednesday. Frank on Wednesday: Speaking of "safety be tho scene of another solomn and ndvertlse. Louisville, a brother, hoping to husrlnASft Chlroprartta President Wilson has drafted a . first." a vonnir ' ' happy ' mmWmmWIM " the end KemoreM The annual Tetreat of St. Helena's reply to the request of tho three iiuiiunmu'nuon iins umy reach the bedside before man tells one" which shows a Key- Corpus celebration on tho Feast of Ihr Chum Christl, when tho Rev. Herumcago oeioro wiu came, left ior Club. t.n wliinh thn stoner living up to that slogan. The emissaries, Messrs. Piujlug of Street Car Nature TUn news of Mr. Queenan's death was membirs havo ben looklng forward Walsh, Dunne and Ryan, to use his young man and his wlfo were Te- - man Block, O. M. O., will sing his TJjmWr $.& the Ucalinc Ordinance. good offices in securing eafe conduct turning homo in their auto lately first Jioly mass la tho ornhanace for the representatives of the Irish about the midnight hour and pass- chapel. Father Block will be or- -i Consultation WWmW win be conducted by an e M. Robinson, Norton & ad Arm ing the Postoffico Government at dalned at St Anthony on tlho Hud and AnalytU H'quent and well known Passionist lay Ireland's to come to Paris peace .T...Bm case before tho Fourth and A, were halted by one son, tho Franciscan monastery near Iree. at St. Mary's church, Eighth the Ann's manufac-- 1 ' nnd Grayson, each evening of May conference. Tho reply has been Nick and ,7akif (Jnrry On" Honois of our comedy cops. Visions of be- Albany, on June 14, coming thence was iie is survived 28, 29 and 30 at 7:30 o'clock, with communicated to Secretary of State turing Jwirtnient ing arrested for speeding flitted to Louisville. He was received Into In Doings of Ixmot Office by a wifo ana three cnimren anu oy a solemn closing Sunday afternoon, Lansing, through whom the request across their minds, but tho Key tho St. Joseph's Orphan Homo as S&HiaBWflri?;; bHShbV brother, Frank, and a sister, June 1, at 3 o'clock. That tho club was filed It Is expected to bo made one 315 Board. stone policeman said he just wanted an infant of tender ago and reMrs. C. J. Oassllly. of Louisville. should end its fiscal year with a piibllc a little help from the man, and ask- mained under the care of tho St. tomorrow. Edward P. Norton of Michael Mr. Queenan Dunne, former Governor of Illinois, ed him to get iut of the ear. "Now," Joseph Orphan Society and the Sisfitting onnoan who .died" . ..seVeraf" years spiritual retreat Is most nini of and who is a member of the ho said, "there's a gol iern burglar ters until ho entered the novitiate ,., . completely fulfills the the years um. ago. lie waa lorty-sidelegation, said here today: The Keystone l'ollro Perform Funny In tho Po3toffice there, and I want of the Franciscan Order. Gifted by organization, viz : the social, intelHoars you to stand in front of the door God with rare talents, arduously ap"Wo aro awaiting momentarily a lectual and spiritual betterment of 10:30 A. M. Stunts for Our Many DOUBLE WEDDING. Wilson, and catch him while I shoo him out plying himself to his studies, dovot-in- g fiom Piesident M to Its members. After a year of many reply from the back." And tho Visitor. himself obediently to tho rules trips and good through Secretary Lansing, to our Tho marriage of Miss Dolphine festivities, lectuies, aaide for a few request of tho United States Govman says he kicks himself of the Franciscan order, ho now will works, they will go Roello and A. U. Haller, of Jasper, now for falling .for it. as he stood reach tho goal of his earnest deernment in bringing the chosen repLord and of Miss Amne Fiomm, of.u8, with our souls. Thus let Him resentatives of the Irish people to protection, It Is celebrate his through to their fr'n:!;.! ' V'Vi -- , wniir spiritual lectures and meditation on Paris to present their country's PETTY STILL WEA3CS UNIFORM. out in front, without anytho burglar sire. solemn his wish to in tho chapel but, fortunate for him, (high mass first . V. ' went out another way. And the of tho St. Joseph Orphan Home, tho more serious things of life they cause to the peace congress If tho iuesuaj morning with nuptial mass will prepare for another year of President's reply is in the affirma"safety first" Keystoner looked re- where he received .the inspiration the Pontirf, which fuct marked a church, the nev activity, "with at St. Patrick's lieved when ho found the "gol deni- and the call to labor In the vineyard definite rupture between the Holy of tive, then the expectation of as mission to the first object been our Miss Father Cronin offibiating. aced" crook got away. of the Lord. Paris will have President John Tobe See and France. year nas irmum a yieiu as mis The poor old local "reform" adTho visit of Senor Pesoa to the Roolle and Miss Fromm woie tnil given. complished and wo shall feel sinHere's another, where one of the and the Trustees of the society are It is hoped that not one orod suits of navy tricotlne and car member will be missing on any one cerely grateful and gratified. If the ministration is certainly having its Keystone boys was tho victim of a pioud of the distinction that has Vatican is to be mado in perfect .ttar harmony with the views of Pope roses Irish representathef come to Paris troubles just now, and the proposed cruel, nasty trick, nnd it was one of come to St. Joseph's, and will do lieu American Beauty "" ih Benedict. It Is considered an Imtho police that the ceremony the wedding party had will and learn possible week ,j3 ,?.a lled to th e facttw we what confer with them may be of street car ordinance brought a so ago enjoying we saw a game or a memorable one. to make the day portant step in n relabreakfast at the Tyler Hotel, where Jv" other wnys wo in the ball at storm of oritlclsm down on their i tions, and is being much commented they remained until assistance to them In attaining in- heads from one end of .town to tho Eclipse Park with tho aid of opera on. on Ho was stationed in front for Ireland. Our LEAGUE OF ST. JOSEPH. r?SSS.SAS .tho press is all that will be given. dependence has surpassed all ourvisit other. The proposal to cut out many glasses Seellmch and becoming vexed ex11IO of the v...... xep- - A cordial Invitation is extended 'to to Ireland " imuuuumub Tenn. Tho Messrs. 'Haller are FOXTAIXE KERRY. young ladles throughout the city pectations as regards the unanimity Important street car lines just to at one of the boy taxi drivers who The annual State convention of rnntatlvo vounc business men of theattend this Tetreat, and determination of the overwhelm- oblige the car company, regardless wouldn't move fast enough, jumped the St. Joseph League, comprising to Jasper, whoie they will make their The cold weather of the past week to enforce his ing bulk of the Irish peoplo in their of how it affected the public, didn't on the running-boar- d strugglo for freedom and indepen- meet with popular approval and the order. The, driver then gave a real Catholic societies of Indiana, wjth a did not keep people away from Fonhome on their return. Mr. and Mrs. USEFUL IilFE CLOSED. John Schnaus and Ray Haller, of dence. Prior to our departure for big crowd or protesting citizens at comedv performance Off he started membership of more than 8,000, taine Ferry Park, and nightly large tho wedding Jasper, accompanied years Dublin tho President of the United the meeting of tho General Council at full speed, and remembering the met in Evansvllle on Sunday and audiences attested approval of the A. Kelly, eighty-fiv- e John party to Louisville. years a resident States ihad accorded our Chairman, Tuesday evening frightened the "re- game the kids play ofg "cracking the continued in session until late Tues- excellent bills presented in the old. for thirty-fiv-e his car to day afternoon. A reception was theater. One of the winning feaof Hancock county, died in his home Hon. Frank Walsh, a most gracious form" administration Into passing whip," started to OUR GREATEST DANGER. at Hawesvllle of infirmities of age. and lengthy interview, and tho com- the ordinance just then. The near shake off the poor Kejstoner. Well, tendered the delegates and visitors tures of tho park this year is tho He was born in County Galway, Ire- missioners had all been accorded a Mayor followed true to form by not ho succeeded all right, and the com- upon their arrival, and among the improved restaurant and cafeteria A writer dn the curient issue of land, and at tho ago of six years courteous audience by Col. House." facing the music and came across edy policeman went sprawling In th distinguished attendants was the Tho latter Is entirely screened in with one of his famous toieador Rtreet. mud nnd nil. and dn addi- Rev. Joseph Chartrand, of Indianap- and one may sit In the open and the Fortnightly Review predicts the came to Cincinnati, where he lived early outbreak of another wave of until 1864, when he moved to Hanepistles, In which, as the slang say- tion to his bad spill had the side of olis, bishop of tho diocese. GOXE TO KEST. Tho watch the crowds or enjoy tho bigotry against Catholics and Cath- cock county. His widow, Mrs. Jane ing goes, "he piped off the hand" his face scraped clean. The many Ihst session of the conontlon was breezes while enjoying immunity It may Kelly; three daughters. Miss Agnes guests and othors in front of hold Sunday morning, when the ad- from winged pests which often anolicism in this country. Mary Degnan Rums, they are going to play. In that hotel While Mrs come, for the millenlum has not ar- Kelly, Louisville; Even In hehair of welcome Sister Avelllno, of Centervllle, Bourbon county, was message he said: "It is not Just to lie hotl just howled with delight the noy in hot weather. yot; but wo feel confident Memphis, Tenn., and Sister Mary preparing to enter St. John's ohurch refuse tho raising of fares and point at the funny scene, and one re- dress socloties wasin given byofJohn weather llko that of the past week rived just local waste whatever force It Philip, Hyde Park that It will This was fniinwpii hv tlio covered class runwav from the Mass.; two at Georgetown to attend early mass out tho method of economy and marked that he didn't know Louis- Wlmberg. may develop when It dashes against sons, Prof Edw. P. Kelly and J. G. at 6:30 o'clock Sunday morning, sho then prevent the company from ville had a movie picture studio, presentation or a flag to tho con-- 1 entrance to tne tneater, uie care, puouc opuuuu, Kelly, editor of the Hancock Clar- fainted and died immediately after cconoinl7tiig." . Tho ordinance was thinking ho was seeing a rehearsed vention by delegates from Terro ' restaurant and other places makes the more eniignieneu built up by the patriotic activities of ion, survive. Funeral services were being taken to tho rectory adjoin referred to the Railroad Committee, performance. A Louisville resident Haute. A special sermon, following the place a Mecca for pleasure seek- the Catholics of the United State3 conducted from the Church of the ing. Mrs. Burns was tho widow of which is very appropriate, as some had the hardest time convincing high mass, was preached by Bishop ors. during the war From the time our Immaculate Conception on Monday Thomas Burns, one of the wealthiest eventful night when the public Is some of the strangers that the funny Ohartranu. Vespers were conducted beloved country was forced into the morning fanners in tho neighborhood. She looking out the window it will be rop was on of many that 'the poor In the afternoon by the Rev. J. H FRANK DRISCOLL IFERE. conflict, when Cardinals Gibbons. taxpayers had to pay real money was born in Ireland sixty years ago "lallroaded" through. Hillebiand, pastor of St. Boniface O'Connell and Farley issued their All of the administration emHere's anothei littlo incident Uiat chinch. Tho first business session and leaves four sons and two daugh C5orpor.il Frank Drlscoll arrived DOMINICANS IN CINCINNATI. "Fight and Pray" appeal to our ters. The body was taken to the ployes were present, from the high- happened at Fourth and Walnut, was held in Knights of Columbus from Fort Sill this past week and people, down to tho present, when which adds to the impression of Hall, when President Kreusberger was discharged from service at family 'home ten miles distant and est to the lowest, Messrs Burling-gammore than ordinarily reliaChilton, tho Catholic War Council and the bleFrom Brumloe, Miller, that our sources It Is learned that the was buried in Paris Tuesday morn Lucas, Chief Petty and many oth strangers rehearsing police aro movie delhored his annual address, follow- Camp Taylor. Corporal Drlscoll is Knights of Columbus arc comedy reels. ed by reports of tho Stato Secretary a son of "Mr. and actors aro contemplat- ing. Frank Drlswith the Gov- Dominican Fathers ers, probably to encourage the Tuesday afternoon at Fourth and and Stato Treasurer and appoint- coll and a brothorMrs. Rev. Father of ing tho establishment of a priory, ernment" in the Important work of CO.MJNG. council members into standing Ann Walnut the traffic was a little ment of standing committees. The Daniel Drlscoll. FATHER MARTIN on Price lwonstruction, the Catholics of the church and inschool not distant Hill, against the public. To an outsider heavy and one of the "hick" detec- convention took a decided stand fuhave written into the Cincinnati, new the United States A cablegram just received here the lower trans tives who busies himseir all dav In against Bolshevism. Tho mass meetaffairs parish will probably The MESSAGE FItOM THE POPE. a record of pa- ture.located between St. Lawrence broucht news that Rev Francis J acted by board. sterling woie statesman, looking up autos that overstnv theii ing was addressed by Bishop Charhistory of this land that will confound be triotic service which Martin, assistant at St. Patrick's, Nick Denunzio, manager of the time appeared on the scene. Ho had trand and Nicholas Gonner, editor Tho Associated Press cables from any band or bigots, however malevo-lon- t and Holy Family churches. who has been seeing active service Rholl dance park, and Jacob Isaacs, evidently just come hack from a of a Catholic newspaper at Dubuque. Cardinal Mercior, they may be. Wo need have no as chaplain for the American forces the other members of the board not Rtroll in the rural district, and Tuesday afternoon the convention Rome that Brussels, Is expected to they KEMAIN UNTIL FINISH. of fear of enemies from without; howIn France, was to sail this week for having much to say. Just being brought back a reminder of "down closed with the election of officers visit Romo and havo an audlenco can do us no (harm. Let us, Thousands or soldiers are among those present. Councilman hum " In his hand ho was carryhome. Otto H Kreuzberger, with Popo Benedict before the CarDiscussing the War Department's due to arrive next week, and It is Nick and Councilman Jake having ing a big bunch of dandelions and as follows. ever, bo on our iguard against the These are announcement that the last of our expected ho will soon reach Louis- the floor a greater part of the time, peonias and out Into the street he Evansvllle, President; John Wlm- dinal starts on his visit to the foea within our lines. berg, Evansvllle, First Vice Presi be row. thank coodnesst hut their per troopa would bo home by September, ville. Father Martin is a son of Mr. and Mr. iBurllngame, our Deputy sallied to help tho traffic cop. There dent; Dr. A. W Miller, Indianapolis, United states. The Cardinal will tho tho ibearer o fa Papal message to waving Ills bunch of dan- seconu nicious and obstinate activity may William J. Mulligan, Chairman of and Mrs. A. F. Martin, West Broad- Mayor, was so tickled with the he stood Anmony American people. vice I'resmeni; ActiviInvite trouble. Let us give them to K. of C. Committee on War Colum- way. lance that ho threw his arms delions and peonias frantically back Wlckman. Indianapolis, State Secreto signal the traffic, while tary; Martin Emig, Evansvllle, Stato understand that for American Catho- ties, said: "The Knights of Ches and forth around iNltk at the finish. until tho BARDSTOWN. lics Jl)o Cross and tho Flag are in- bus will remain in Europe be BISHOP DONAHUE. Searcy, our real tity head, evidently tho other traffic cop was directing Treasurer. Louis W. Krleg, of Init this standards, and that "God last soldier Is sent home separable knew In advance what tho pro- with the semaphore. The 'ytip cop dianapolis, and Oscar Buhr, EvansTomorrow will bo another great Wednesday of this week gramme was, as he wasn't on the with the bunch of flowers certainly vllle, were selected delegates to the and Country" always has been and September or a year hence We will On Bardstown, ever shall be our guiding principle remain until we finish tho Job " Right Jtev. Bishop Patrick J. Dona- scene. Hele's a rree trip tor mo brought down tho house, and people meeting of the Central Society that Cathpllc day In historic receiving of Catholic Telegraph hue, of AVheoling, celebrated the protesting citizens. See Ches and lined the sidewalks to laugh at the will be held in Chicago in Septem- the occasion being the SAILS FOU HOW. another class of Catholic citizens runny picture. A slight rain waa . silver jublleo of his consecration. registei your kick. ber next. The 1020 convention will into the fold of the Knights of CoINVITED TO RETURN. Cardinal Gibbons preached (the jubiAs was stated utbove, Col. Petty, railing at the time and to cap tho Col. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan have lee sermon and many prelates and Chief of the Keystone police, was in climax out the street comes a Key- be held three days in May, begin- lumbus. 'Members and candidates Dominican Friars who went to leceived a cablegram iron) their priests. were present Tho Governor tho throng, all lit up In his loud stone police sergeant In full uni- ning on the third Sunday, at South will attend mass In the old Cathedral, and the afternoon will be deOxford University in the Twelfth daughtor. Miss Edith Calahan, say and" numerous State and city offi- uniform, and wo can't help wonder- form CARRYING AN UMBRELLA. Bend. voted to tho degree work, to bo folcenturv and were expelled at the ing that ho sailed May 20 from. cials attended the banquet in the ing every time we Bee tho Colonel And yet they .want to fine anyone VISITS HOLY FATHER. Miss Callahan has been evening. During the day tho Bishop why he doesn't take our tip. Chiefs for calling 'em Keystoners. lowed by a banquet, at whloh ConTho of the reformation now have France. time White gressman Ben Johnson will preside , been invited to return, according to doing work under the Polish repre- was deluged with congratulations of Police In cities the sizo of Louis name just fits. Following is an unauthentlcated also has been Cross. The followiug letter is tho CRev. Hugh Pope, Superior of senting Sho Catholic Press Associa- and telegrams from all parts of this ville don't woar .uniforms, ana mui Father the FESTIVAL AND SUPPER. and shows that the writer Associated Press dispatch aont out the English Dominicans. and foreign countries. rule was adopted at a Police Chief's which if Of Is one of those unappreclatlve kind on Monday from Homo, Pope, who made the statement in tion at the Peace Conference, and convention several years ago. was received dn pri here before Chairman John C. Schildt and the the course of a lecture League, said while in Rome by Pope (Benedict and course the Police Chiefs in the who doesn't want our "hayseed" true will ho of much interest: ALUMNAT3 CARD PATTY. vate audience all the The audience and reception of men of St. Martin's church have thn Catholic Converts' "hick" towns wear gaudy uniforms, boys to get expense comforts of President-elecPessoa, of Brazil, made extensive preparations for the t of the taxpaythe Dominicans Oiope to build al-a received holy communion in the Tho ladies of the Alumnae Society and wo know of two or that kind, homo at tho on Vatican. him: and his wife und daughter by Pope parish May festival and supper in liouso at Oxford, and that they Academy at but the)' have a legitimate excuse ers. Shame of St. Catherine's tomorrow will mark an st. (Martin's Hall, Shelby and Gray, Benedict ready possess the home of William Springfield will entertain with a de- One. Is the Chier" of Police of Hick- Kentucky Irish American: PASSED TO BRITISH. About 7:15 a. m. Saturday morn-Ini- r. event In the relations of tho Vatl- - next Monday afternoon and night Penri, in which tho Quakers, who aflightful card party at the Tyler Ho- ory Corners, who, aside from his agent, and llav 17. one of the Louisville can with foreign countries without There will ibo euchro and lotto at terward came to America, used to Is Tuesday's Paris pres3 .reports tel next Tuesday afternoon and police duties, fits railroad hide themselves in rear of persecuin nicely for both Police Fords (tag 25) drovo up In precedent sinco the fall of the tern- - 2:30 and then some cat3, with a will be a reunion ana tho request recently evening. This the academy are cor- his uniform The other is tho Chief front of a house on iBergman stieet. poral power. This will be tho first guppor from 5 to 9 o'clock. stated that Tho tion. positions. made by the American delegates of all friends of to attend. of 'Police at Podunk, and on tho between Clay and Shelby, loaded time a Popo has received tho Catho- - supper, cooked and served hy the tho United States dially Invited Irish societies In One of the lie head of a Catholic State who is men, will be abovo the ordinary and SOCIAL AND PRIZES. side !ho conducts an undertaking down with vegetables that a safe conduct bo given by the His uniform at tha head Keystone police stepped out, un- tho guest of 'the King of Italy,- will appeal to everybody. There business. TRINITY COUNCIL. Edward de Agnes for The Social Club of St. road, have British Government Irish Sinn Fein of the funeral processions lends loaded the machine and then drove Heretofore all the Popes have de- will be no charge for admission and Vnlora and other to the station on the Newburg Trinity Council Y. M. I., will tone to the last obsequies of tho de- away, presumably woman and little cllned to receive such visitors. It all are invited to attend and bring come was for this reason that the late their friends. mado ample arrangements for the rnrosentatives to caso to Parfs and initiate a class of sixty candidates ceased, and cab, be .figured for an house. He had a Doiore uiu pthoring present Ireland's boy in entertainment of a. large day. tomorrow afternoon and a degree extra feo in the tyll. Wearing loud presumetho machine with him and I Emperor Francis toJoseph of Austria Peace Conference will be transmit- team of Mackin Council will bo in Uniforms seems to be tho favorite was just coming Irom mar- never was able return tho visit next Thursday. Ascension UNITED STAR COAL CO. was both affor a fine social will take place,luncheon ted to the British authorities it was charge of the Initiatory ceremonies. hobby of tho present administration, ket. Is It right pay tho city tax- paid to him at Vienna by King stated Tuesday. The request taxes to ride Humbert of Italy In 1880. Tho late evening. payers to have to Cunningternoon and rho United Star Coal Company Secretary State Following the initiation a buffet as tho Secretary, ''Jimmy" A little King Carlos, of Portugal, although whoso Louisville headquarters are will be served for twenty cents, and mado through referred It of Presi- luncheon will be served in the club ham, wears a Captain's outfit, and these "saps" to market? to Lansing, who be awarded. might do some good. he was a cousin of King Humbert, located at 311 Starks Building, was tally prires will also anyday we may', expect to see John publicity here dent Wilson. A refusal on the part house. once canceled a trip to Romo when organized under tho laws of the Wnn W.V 'MTawrnv'ta lim' v.v..., (lAGkecl W.JM .Mi.. IArlf. latVl V.r.r.-."says u. s. lost. of tho British Government terminatproperty lieinoA between Portugal and thq IRISH natiuaau uunua.u, make and uakr GOOD. Service nut. njt hnand fJhesto Searcy an arrest Irish sympathizers In tho United midway capiuu, owing xo uiscipuuury Stat6 of KentuckyHazarditscoal fields ing the incident was forecast. makes a tfl situated In tho Italian recently, The Automotive Electric greatest winVatican. Also Kentucky, which are Great Britain is tho n i,,o .w.,rimOTit nn - hi,i fnr nn. a .he helDed the Key- - states are taklnc advantage of the threats from thonotwithstanding tho of Easternproducing OATHOUO GENERALS. ner and America the greatest loser the best native noted for wears in those columns, has made Btouers weak batting avorago by situation by enlarging tho activities King of Spain, terms, accarried on hy Count Ro- - coal Bureau, which this week. The Louisas a result of tho peace Major Gen. Samuel Davis Sturgis, good and now holds public favor catching a pickpocket the protesting of tho Irish National Washington, D. iiianones, his Prime Minister, never ville on the market. popular and" Gorman manager is that cording to Herr Giesberts. recently U, S. A., 03y tho has been opened in been appointed com- Their work has proved satisfactory delegation wiCy, one of has delegate, who returned at the General Council c. It has set itself to the task of waa able to visit the King or uaiy. efficient man of business, J. A. operof Camp Gordon; iBrdg. Gen. to nutomobllists, who havo been the Ho formerly a real estate from Versailles. reduceddeclared to mander Bun' Babbitt, U. S. A., to the civen prompt and efficient service meeting 'lfcnded a warm one to tho clearing away tho misconceptions of President Loubet, of France, In Germany Edwin treaty similarly Only efficiency tof the Keyatoao police.' the mational Irish Movement and 1904, being ruler of an important ator and Dullder, wtho will ibe debeing overcharged. and Brig. of a slave colony. Pre- command of Camp Dodge, to Camp without experts aro employed. misrepresentation Catholic Stato, visited King Victor lighted to ifuraish all information ey lived at combatting tho ld the status o The The spokApmn factory and Premier Gem. Michael 'Leniban proportions of Emmanuel in the old Papal palaco desired as regards tho buslaeew of mier AH .three Generals ramnanv Dlant Is at 548 South Third . Eighth Mr Chestaut streets, but did which takes on the Devens, Mass. misled of the Quirlnal without going to eee his company. Clemenceau not want the cars taken off their deliberate propaganda fltr,it. son by forcing a peace which killed are Catholics, John D Moore Tobacco Co. REfORM WW .... Mnln-stre- pt - -- - Irish-Americ- an ,",; i,.i., i sub-stati- on "ier mmpWs Ja mfi Irish-Americ- an x Alain-stre- et r C. B. Southerland n ti a.ii, ILni I l l'h ir""'-ruX--- o-. I Italian-Vatica- 0 zig-za- , e, whole-hearted- lv 4 ATch-bish- op per-fo- rl : paT-is- h, . Vi , .... 1 Sols-ma- n, Lloyd-Georg- V: isjBxrsraruoKrv ''HERMAN STRAUS ox:kl -- AJMaaitio-AJVr SONS MARKET STREET t rouRTM Avenue IHCa?POMVD (4 NEW LOUISVILLE JOGRY CLUB 1 - We Qiv and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. SPRING MEETING 43 j bacon a SQN f INCORPORATED ,llil 5 We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. 'BBfcfc CONFIRMATION , I I 1 DU11D Plated Saturday, May 24 1 ! Kentucky Handicap i 5 Nineteen Days' Racing, Beginning Derby Day, Saturday, May 10, and Ending With the Kentucky Oaks on Saturday, May 31. Silverware FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:30 P. M. SEVEN" HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. in lime For June Weddings, A splendid opportunity in handsome gift silver. It is an acceptable and appropriate expression of good will and is not expensive, as the following prices will testify: Just $10.00 75c - $12.00 j Blouses C1 feJ A IB MClBa?j'BBSBlBMiBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBF3HiftAUu White Shirts and ! To Go With Confirmation Suits, i Mi&,BHIlBwHfflBB9ek.- -' ,J8EfBEx&mP . & m&s3$m WWPaPlffl? wWJaly...Jy?it:' 90c Life nmi m V NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES 2 PfIR niRLS' WEAR. .. bBbb1bb1bWbbbWb39 iBPBPBBBljii-rrn",sw m ""WbBbVK BvBvJbBvJe WBBwrBKWBWBw8ffWBgliBBWsWBMBltW filsiBHiBliBBHfciBiwifli!? 3&Mi&s9ftl JB 1 " - 'J -- szsmmEsM Inter-Southe- rn Insurance Co. d, JAMES R. DUFFIN, Preside!. LOUISVILLE, ky. policyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of the American Llfo Insurance Companies give it a position of the very highest rank? Wliy not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizecfean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independent permanent income, address the Home Office of, the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, ICY. Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion and Confirmation. fjfcjtek fa Each year we carefully plan our stock; to meet children's requite-ment- s for these events. This year j on will find scores of rightly designed shoes which excel in quality of material and shoemaking. lasting The values are near and freedom from foot torture. Kid Can Van Bucltskiu High and Low Models Priced $3 to $6 two-fol- d iHaU'' White Hfe0PHHA (IH FOURTH AVBMW' Wr programme was given in the evening by ian orchestra under the diThe players in the Twin City rection of Edwin Scharf. League last Sunday showed that ST. XAVIEirS ALUMNI. they had begun to strike (their stride and some good games were furnishA meeting of St. Xavier's Alumni ed the big crowds gathered around each diamond. Sorry to say the was held in tho college gymnasium thousands of spectators attending last Friday and various important wore acted were disgusted at the cloae of the business transactions caines because of the poor street upon. Jerome J. Driscoll presided car facilities, few cars being fur-- . and made quite a few Temarks, in nlshed on either the Chestnut or which he urged the membera to con-Broadway lines. This should bo a tinue their loyalty to tho alumni, to matter for the Park Commissioners attend the meetings and different and the Twin City League officials. affairs of the organization and to The K. of C. team and the Hiber- keep everything moving for the sucnians are tied for first by winning cess of the society. On motion of over the Callfornians and Shawnees, E. J. Cooney, seconded by Thomas the Hibernians and the Shawnee D. Cllnes, resolutions of sympathy clubs furnishing a thrilling finish were drawn up and acted upon relawith a 9 to 8 score. The X. Alumni tive to the demise of William P. surprised many by their victory over McDonough, which occurred during Mackln in a 11 to 7 contest, and the the flue epidemic, this being the Mr. X. boys are sure going to bo pen- first meeting since his death. Tomorrow the McDonough former President of nant contenders. schedule is as follows: Hibernians the alumnf.'and no member slnco Its vs. California, K of C. vs. Mackin Inciplency was more loyal and worked more zealously for its success as and Shawnee vs. X. Alumni. well as for the success of his alma mater than he. Resolutions were MIFRESSIVE SERVICES. passed to have a mass said for all A large congregation thionged St. the St. Xavler boys "who 3hed their Leo's church at Highland Park last blood on the battlefields of France Sunday, when Impressive services and for those who died in the variwere conducted by the pastor, Rev. ous camps in this country Another Joseph A. Newman. In tho morn- resolution was passed to have aning Father Newman sang high mass, other mass for those who died durwhen eighteen children approached ing the past year, not members of the altar to receive their first holy the national army: A committewas In his sermon to the appointed to prepare for a social to communion. communicants 'he mado the hearts of be attended by members only, to be these little ones throb unto better held some time in tho near future. things and their souls pour out Thla social Is to welcome home all their best to life's best their souls St. Xavier's boys who ore returning to God. In the afternoon the devo- to civil life, and also to welcome tion to Mary, our Blessed Mother, Into the alumni the graduating class St. Xavier's graduation as the Queen of May, took place. of 191f). d girls, the this year will bo held on June 20, happy first communicants of the and this class will be accepted before that date. The alumni retreat and the school-boymorning, bearing for the boys at St. Xavier's will be marched in procession, floral offerings for Our Lady. The held next week, May 2G, 27 and 28. Rev. Father Newman delivered a and will be conducted by a Dominisermon on "Devotion to Our Blessed can, father. The boys look forward to to and Mother." This was followed by parethis retreat Go'd's intend may preengrace well that benediction of the Blessed Sacrater their hearts so as to be ready ment and the Te Deum. for the temptations, that au.rely will come in the vacation period. GRAND FESTIVAL. TWIX CITY LEAGUE. rTM" Fruit Cnko Plates; satin finlsh In patterns; Egyptian designs; qualities; $2.50 $5.00 and $7.50 special $1.05 Candlesticks; with tray and handices .md Cracker Sets; Shefdle; plain or engraved patfield plate, in engraved patspeterns; $1.00 values; terns, regular $3.50 qualities; cial 75c special $2.05 Sugar and Cream Sets; quadruCheeso and Cracker Sets; Shefple plate; largo sizes and vafield plate, in a variety of exriety of patterns; cellent patterns; $5.00, $7.50, $8.50 $4.50, $5.00, $(.()() Sugar and Cteniu Sets; small Flower Baskets; Sheffield plate size, quadruple plate, in a vawith plain bowl and fancy riety of patterns; pierced tops; veiy pretty; $2.08, $3.50, $1.00 special $1 0.00 Tea Sets; three and four-pieWater Pitchers; Sheffield plate sets; engraved patterns in In plain patterns with largo quadruple plate, $15 00 quali mouths; special $10.00 ties; special S11.08 Fruit Howls; Sheffield plate Casseroles; quadruple - nlated with handles; pretty pierced shell, with Guernsey waie qualities; $10.00 ers; round or oval shape; special $8.50 $3.50, $3.75, $1.50 Gravj Boats; ieffleld plate, in Syrup Pitchers, with tray; as-roso patterns; special . .$10.00 shapes In plain pat sorted glass bowls Dishes; Butter terns; ...$2.0O, $2.50, $2.08 quadruple plated silver Drinking Cups; children's quadwith qualities; covers ruple plated cups, In assorted $1.50 patterns; extra large sizes, valspecial $2.25 ues to $2.00; special . .$1.00 Bicad Trays; quadruple plato; beaded edtres with ensrraved Drinking Cups; Sheffield plated, or plain centers, $2 00 quail-- 1 in plain and octagon shapes; $1.50 ties; special $2.00 and $2.50 BACON'S FIRST FLOOR ware in regular engraved ce Sandwich Plates; Sheffield plated i i 5 : FRENCH CONTESTANT IN TJIANS-ATLANTI- C FLIGHT ST. FRANCES OP ROME. A large class of communicants, twenty-eigboys and thirty-thre- e ht MEN TRY OS US $1 J1.j60 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS girls, were present Sunday morning at 7:30 o'clock at St. Frances of Rome church, at Payne and The celebrant of the mass was the pastor, tho Rev. John H. Riley, who has Instructed tho children for tliis momentous event. The church was prettily decorated and the little girls in white with wreaths of flowers and white veils, the boys in their regulation suits made an impressive scene as they reverently approached the feltar. In the evening at 7:30 confirmation was administered by the Right iRev. Denis O'Donaghue, Bishop of Louisville, to these children, and also to the others of the congregation who had not received that sacrament. dave-wood. THREE-PIEC- E SUITS fci PI.OU C WE AIIB RBSVONSIBLB. KEST SERVICE IN TDK CITY. Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. INCORPORATED Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. 4yVVVYYVWYytY ioie to COLONELS GOING AWAY. White-robe- d, white-veile- The Loui3villo ball club will play Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Columbus again today and tomorrow and endeavor to even up for Chine and All Dainty Materials. those hard luck games lost in the MtfW 10WSV1UK extra innings the past wek. Toledo YOUR GROCER HAS IT. comes Monday for a series of four games, which will be the last games on tho home lot until June 24. Next MAGIC-KELLE- R Friday, Decoration day, the Colonels begin their away from homo trip INCORPORATED with a double-headft at Indianapolis and from there the club makes a swing around tho western half of the circuit, then playing four gamea at Toledo before returning home. "Cap" Neal and Manager Flaherty are confident that the club will more For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. than hold its own on tho long More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a. total jaunt and their opinion is shared by the fans. A record-breakin- g deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the ciowd should be on hand today and people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. tomorrow to give the boys a rous- HE WASHING MB ki i BY SOAP WORKS er j LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK UNDER THE BIG CLOCK s, ing send-oand at the same time aid in getting revenge on Columbus ff MARKET AT SECOND CONDUCT GREAT .MISSION. Holy Cross church, Latonia, was crowded last week with women of that section of Covington intent upon reaping the benefits of the mission given for their benefit by the noted eloquent Dominican fathers, Very Rev. J. R. Clark, O. P., sub-priof St. Rose Priory, Springfield, and Very Rev. R. P. Cahill, O. P., of St Louis Bortrand, , Louisville. This week tho mission was for tho men, wno attended In largo numbers, and will close with solemn or BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. INCORPORATED HARVEY-JELL1C- 0 (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. SE&IfcVXOJrS DISTRIBUTORS OF THE QUAIITY - High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal S6.50 PER TON. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. and Tuesday, June 2 and 3. the Willing Workers will give a grand festival and lotto on both evenings at 8:30 for the benefit of St. Peter Claver's church, on Lampton street, between Jackson If the weather is and Hancock. permissable It will be given on the lawn adjoining the churoh, and if not it will be 'hold in ithe school hall. This affair Is in the hands of expert workers from different parishes of tho East End and all are invited to attend to help this worthy cause. The prizes will be finer than ever and there will be plenty of lunch and refreshments. On Monday FINE START MADE. The inclement weather did not Interfere with the usual number of charitable workers attending the weekly meeting Monday evening in the interest of the orphans' picnic. Sixteen of the city churches respondas follows Catheed to the dral, Holy Name, Holy Cross, St. Agnes, St. Brlgid's, St. Cecilia's, St. Charles', St. Columba, St Frances of Rome, St. James, St John's, St. Louis Bertrand'e, St. Mary Magdalene. St. Patrick's, St. Paul's, St. Philip Nerl. The banner representation of the evening was from St James, and Father Willett, the pastor, stated that had it not been for members the bad weather twenty-si-x or nis concroKation naa aereeu wj come, but would bo on hand at the roll-cal- l, DID Spead Bldft. NAME. C Guthrie St. City OtC Main Old PER TON. WHERE FROM. ceremonies and blessing tomorrow. Tho pastor. Rev. J. B. Reiter, has been warmly congratulated upon securing these eminent members of tho Order of Preachers for this occasion and unquestionably great spiritual benefit will accrue to the people of his parish. REAL BALL TEAM. Among the many eighth grade school teams of the' city St. John's, on Clay and Walnut streets, stands second to none. During the basket- April and May Delivery Only. "Taylor" Western Ky. $5.60 It ll? fn. . . : Wilton Mines X o.ou. jciuco . .Black Beauty 6.50. "Harlan" $ .. . t DOMESTIC MS. j. GRADY, COAL R. A. STEAM MS. J. McTIGHE, Sales A(t(t ( ;f Silts Agiiit waison, Manager HAP BIG IAY. OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER & If You Want the Best We Have It. FRED Gc. INCORPORATED JOJKCES O O. BROOK AND A STS. 2KE Where the home Is brightest ; Where tho work Is lightest; U Where the meal cooked best; Where the range stands Where the Quick Meal Comes In SliLTSlntSon ft&J.Co Smbe?sSre Whero work is quickly done; Whore cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Whero drudge Is out of sight where the That's "Quick Meal" come In. -- Tttrenr,- - that Mrs. J. B, Arbegust would as- not the linen villo and other nearby towns attend- - fume change ofcapacity as booth President official Ii U? R'e of Isabella, but In- cfubhoulfm'the ifternoon a8 " " V" "B candidates assembled in ' bers and.. to foster any particular Will nt 0 Steps were thS mSntae went to feature of the picnic. taken to provide Peculiar pleasures M?e-hSrSlS- S SvHo Tmr Father for the younger people, and the. referred to tho Executive mtor of StVor 'commiUee for consideration and re-- d rtholfo U1 e Finance KgmmlUee Port . iiJSa j mL. p ni.. w.vv p xTo- -,. T..i,ii Sddr3 lnRt Rundav & nr '. ii,M. ?& J""7', BWe ?. rkrserSoAcullof P.(fl mat-JS.- 4i SSf DCUnerJohn gner L. Stld President ball season these lads were the victors In every game they played, car rying away ten games, the full quota played. So far on tho ball diamond St John's has taken, home seven out of eight games. They can easily make Perry's words their own"We have mot tho enemy and they are ours." Here are tho players and their positions: Krupp, c,; Ounlffe, s. s.; Kelly, lb.; Savage, 2b.; Donnelly, 3b.; Llttlehale, p.; Glenn, c. f.; Jackey, r. f.; Rice, 1. f.; FInnegan, sub. - furoo maog I ONY S3NIA1 BHOllOri "B I8tl ouotii utoh mxt vana HSTVH HflOS VKflXaOJ hov&nhtiohi. CIO of jsivea puv jajjodrai H3I o utnrwa CKXYY04YOMX Ioji OH 'uouqueriOH "? HWIA1 S.IIOVaKHTIOH 00 KOYIUXIIOH '1IHJ XH BE SURE TO CALL FOR t KENTUCKY HANDICAP TODAY. the test That's where tho "Quick Meal" comes la. Qnlsk Maal Ga K Sold, Installed and Highly GEHER & SON, ReBdi w. J&r st of New Albany was toastmaster, anu tue speakers were the Rev. Father Paul, College, who of Mt St. Francis spoke on "The Knights of Columbus and tho Problems of Today;" G. E. Weiumann, whose subject was "They Servo Unseen," and Capt. Frank Bundschu, of Louisville, a returned oveiseas secretary, who talked on "The Knights of Columbus A musical Activities In 'France." Council, TrS Grand Knight fSi Tighe, W,StoA; GOOD 3fH)WB. covery. made for the picnic and indications point to the usual big success. From the Catholic iTelegraph we glean the welcome ntws that tho Very Rev. Father I, M- - Alimann, who has bee very IM at St. Elizabeth Hoepitl for oe.yme, Is to full re d on 'the t Next to the Kentucky Derby In racing clrclea is the Kentucky Han dicap, which will bo run this after noon, and unlike tho Derby does not limit the entries becauso of age. This brings together all of the old favorites of the past few years, and Cudgel, Old Rosebud, Exterminator and others will meet for supremacy of the turf. Next week will be the closing one of the spring season, and g with a continuation of the attendance all records for patronage will bo broken, as the crowds of the past two weeka have been larger than those attending the racing in the East. record-breakin- McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. HL McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky,