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TO OUR MA\NYX PA
TR lONS W\E \W1SI YOU
ALL A MERRY XMAS
4ND A PROSPEROUS
0. K. STORE
24 EAST PARK ST.
Stevens & Manleys I
Stonight fl'om ) o'clock to 2:3O n
S in Ilhe n morning.
r ,JOE YOUNG'S JAZZ BTAN1)
I Soft l)1'inks Served. I
U D)I1SSIO-N 50, LADIIES FREE U
,EW TH CLAIMS i ILLIAI
HENNESSY; OLD ORESIDENT
William Hennessy, aged 45. native t
of Ireland, died at a local hospital
Tuesday afternloon. Hie was a resi
dent of Butte for the past 16 years
and is survived by a father, brother
and sister ill Iroland anld brother
ttand sister in New Jersey. MI'. Hen
nessy was a member of the Eagles
and the It. E. L. A.
Funeral services will be held Fri
day morning at 9 o'clock at the
honme of Mrs. Foley. 115 West Quartz
street, following which mass will be
celebrated at St. Patrick's church.
Interment will be in the Catholic
IUBERCIULOSIS FATAL TO
WALTER J. M'CLEENT
WalVer J. Mc('lement, aged 35
years, died of tuberculosis at 4:30
this morning at his lhomte, 2734 Ar
gyle street. -He calne to Butte fromn
Lead, S. D., about seven years ago
and has followed the occupation of a
miner for a numlber of years.
Besides his wife, Viola, he leaves
his aged mother and one brother.
Reuben, of this city. Funeral ar
rangements h]ave not beenl compllleted,
pending word from other relatives
in the Black Hills. The body is at
a local undertaking tparlor.
ElTHl CLAIMS MRS. MARY
COURSEY OF WISDOM
Mrs. Mary Course, aged 30, died
at a local hospital Tuesday, follow
ing a brief illness. lesides her hus
band. Joseph Coursey, she is sur
vived by her father, David E.
Stephens; two sisters. Mrs. Margaret
Tobeyk and Mrs. Alice Arvour and
a brother, David G. Stephens. all of
Wisdom; a sister. Mrs. Eliza Schulz
of Broadview and another sister,
Mrs. Charlotte Isatt, of Idaho.
The body was taken to Wisdom
this morning, where the funeral will
be held Friday afternoon.
CHARLES WOLFE REMOIED
TO DEACONESS HOSPITAL
Charles Wolfe of 1116 South Wyo
ming street was taken to the Dea
coness hospital Tuesday night suf
fering from a .severe case of pneu
He has been ill at his home for
several days, but his condition grew
so critical that removal to the hos
pital was deemed necessary. Dr. Siev
ers, who is attending him, states that
Mr. Wolfe is a very sick mtan, but is
resting more easily today.
MOTION FOR NON-SUIT
SRANTE BY JUOE LAMB
When Department two of the dis
tr'ct court convened Tuesday morn
ing, Judge Lamb granted the motion
for non-suit in the case of Frank J.
Tannhouser against the M. J. Walsh
Undertaking company. Tannhouser
sued the defendant company for
damages amounting' to $3,000, for
injuries to his car and person, which
Is claimed- resulted from a collision
betweenl the defendant's automobile
iand his own in March, 1918.
D-.fiS IN LOS ANGELES.
Word' was received 'in Butte yes
terday (to the death of John S. Clapp
at, Los -..ngeles: He is survived by
s4 ,4.q i ,4 two sons, W. H. and
Thomas-(.tlap. Mr. Clapp was. ,a
member of Mount Moriah lodge, No.
24, A, ' &.,A.-M. The remains will
be ( rw 4' to u.tte for interment.
New Schedule Retroactive to
September 6, Provides for
$8.62 to $10.48 for Seven
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Tacoma, Dec. 24.--A 723 per
cent wage increase over the 1914
wage scale to correspond to the in
crease in the cost of living in 'Tacoma
was awarded by final arbitration in
the wage scale negotiation between
Tacoma Typographical union No.
170 and newspaper publishers of
Tacoma. The same wage scale in
crease applies to the pressmen,
sterotypers add mailers and to the
linotype machine men in the job
pr'int shops of Tacoma. a total of
about. 5;aU m,,n.
Metllbers of the typographical
union said they were very well satis
fied with the award. Frank Baker,
president of the Tribune Publishing
comlpanly, took the award in very
good spirit and said he would live
up to it. 'lite Tacoma Times agreed
to abide by the award when the
Tribunle l'ublishing company agreed
to arbitrate. The wage award is
retroacti.e to Sept. 12 with the
Tribune Pubtlishing comlpany and to
Sept. 1; with the Times Publishing
The atiward tmeans a wage scale of
$8.i62 per day for day work. $9.48
for night work, and $10.48 for the
"graveyar(l shift." Overtime re
mains at time and a half. T'he
seven-hour day will constitute a
(lay's work. Copy holders wore
raised from $3 to $5.17. The dead
line was lowered from 1.350 to
The. typographical union won its
newi wage scale without the help of
the international, and in fact at
times during the negotiations was
opposed by the international. It
asked for local autonomy in thie
wage scale mtattier and to all prac
tical purposes gained it.
ELKS TO ENTERT Ail OLD
FOLKS AT _OUNTY FARM
The local order of Elks have re
lieved the county officials of the
responsibility of preparing a pro
grait and clobration for the inmates
of the county poor farm this year.
The Elks' minstral troupe will jour
ney to the farm tonight and render
a prograul which the old people no
doubt, will thoroughly enjoy.
A special dinner is being prepared
by the same organization for Christ
mrts day, following which presents
will be distributed. The imen will
beh the recipients tf knitted gloves,
pipes and cigars, while the women
inmaots will receive confections and
a good suppl, y of handkerchiefs.
SOUTHSIOE HOME ROBBED
OF TWO GOLD WATGHES
Failing to gain an entrance
through a back door. burglars last
night broke a glass in the front door
of the hotme of Mrs. Ricthtard Werne,
1918 Roberts street. and rohbbed the
place of two gold watches. On ar
riving home abourt 11 o'clock dis
covered her home had been robbed
and inmmnediately notified the police.
Federal Labor union, Local 12985,
election of officers Friday, Dec. 26.
Polls open 1 p. i. to 9 p. m., Car
penters' ball. 156 W. Granite. Bring
youlr inmembership cards.
Adv. W. SINGIETON, Rec.-Sec.
EXERI('ISES AT ('LAIIRK HOME.
The annual entertainment will be
iven this evening at the Paul Clark
oome. There are 32 children in the
home at the present time, and all
will take part in the program which
includes the rendering of Christmas
carols, speaking, recitations and the
production of a brief playlet.
WORK A SAW j
Said the editor guy of the "Daily
"I'11 tell you how to kill
Old IH. C. L. and all live well.
-With money to pay each bill,
Let all men work anld nlo man shirk,
For there's no kind of use
To try to quell old HI. C. L.,
Exicept to produce produce.
Let every gob go grab some job,
And work at it with a will,
And do with es might the thing in
And keep everlastingly still.
The working bird should utter no
About his rights or wrongs,
But dig and slave from cradle to
a And keep where his class belongs."
He may be right, and yet one might
r Inquire of the kept-press cuss
r Why he's immune to the kind of
It He freely pipes to us?
n For 1 allow he might as well plow
e Or do some useful work,
As to lie for pay for powers that
While he prays us not to shirk.
Let him work a saw instead of his
p And he might be of some use,
y For I know there's a surplus now
d Of his kind of produce.
s - -OBSERVER.
II When in doubt, look up the Butte
t. Daily Buletin.
j. F. Roche. district manager of
the .Montana Power company, has
handed in his resignation to become
effect ive Jan. 15. He will immediate
ly after go to Chicago where he has
accepted a remunerative position with
the Edison Electric Appliance com
Mir. and MSrs. W. H. Robish, who
have been visiting friends and rela
tives in Butte, have gone to Seattle
where they will make their home.
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember
Woodruff's Headache Special and
Homemade Liver Pills, 39 South
Dr. J. 1). Freund. who has been
confined to his home the past wek
with a severe attack of bronchitis, is
reported much improved.
The arrival of a baby boy on Dec.
22. brightened the home of MIr. and
Mrs. Frank Scudamore of 603 South
F. L. ltann, revenue collector, left
Tuesday evening for his home in
Billings where he will spend the holi
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. John H.. Gambell, 820
North Main street. announces the ar
rival of a son on Dec. 22.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-205
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4025-W.
Mr. and Mrs. James Caffey, 2511
Aminhist. are the proud parents of
a baby girl, born Dec. 22.
Ira Myers of Great Falls, is in the
city on business.
INVITATION IS EXTENIEO
TO ALL EX-SERIICE MEN
The meinbers of the auxiliary to
the American Legion have announced
that every ex-service man whether
lie is a member of the legion or not,
is invited to .the entertainment to be
given in the club rooms this eve
Following the distribution of
candy, fruit and cigars from the big
Christmas tree, there will be cards
and dancing for all the former sol
diers and their friends. Mayor Stod
den will preside at the exercises,
which will be marked with many
MELIA SAYS "MOONSHINE"
WHISKY WAS RANK POISON
Jack Meleia moved in on an alleged
still located on the south side yes
terday and captured three gallons of
"'moonshine"' whisky. Pat McMullin
was arrested and charged with oper
ating the still. According to the
officer, the still was a home-made
affair and the liquor was "rank
HELD STUFF IN STORAGE
FOR MORE THAN A YEAR
Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 24.--A war
rant. charging violation of the Wis
consin cold storage law was served
on Wilson & Co. here yesterday. The
complaint alleges that approximately
'.000 pounds of beef cheeks were
kept in cold storage in the company's
Milwaukeet plant since Oct. 30, 1918.
RESIDENT OF BUTTE 15
YEARS DIES AT HOSPITAL
Tim O'Neill. aged 44 yoars, a rest
dent of Butte for the past 15 years
died at a locvli hospital yesterday.
lie was a nativo of Cork. Ireland,
and i: survived by a sister. Mrs. J.
Hogan. of Butte. The body is at
a local unddertakhers and funeral an
nouncemenls will be made later.
MLISS I)ELOVA(GI l DIES.
Miss Sadie Delovage. aged 31,
passed away at the family homne 232
\'est Porphyry street. Tuesday
night. The body will be taken to
Portland, Ore., this evening for in
terment. She is survived by her
father and two brothers, Maurice and
Abe, of this city.
All members Local 65 are re
quested to be present at next regu
lar meeting. Friday. Dec. 26. Af
filiation with Montana Federation of
Labor will be acted upon and also
election of officers.
Adv. WM. FOLEY, Ree.-Sec.
Bulletin readers patronize Bulle
TO THE WORKERS
I extend to you my best
wishet's for a "Merry Xnmas"
and a "Happy New Year."
\la) the new year draw us all
DALY 1]ANK BLDG.
EVERYTHING FOR MEN
Pete Brinig and the
iGolden Rh~le Shoe Store
taklie great pleas ne in
wishing all ,
11 has been a dislinct
pleasu'i e to cater I the
\\wN tlts, of ourll pall'trols
Itroutgli tihe year. W\e
Iope tii ]e favo i ed wilh I
Stheir contiued hpatron
a ne.o il
lr yon..r take the liberty
Cthr the ris mas o
Gi olden Rule
he daily, to xress our
sinceree aptpretia.lion lot
yutm valued trade and to
Iha1 lb you most hearlily
Iri vin, support.
Shoe Store 1
39 E. PARK ST.
"Better Shoes for Less"
IN ASSAULT ON
Police Seek Female Who
Helped Aged Visitor
Drink Moonshine Before
Alleged Assault on Street.
Police officials state today that
they have discovered the identity of
the woman who is alleged to have
aided 60-year-old James Wilson in
consuming a quart of moonshine
Tuesday evening--the quart which
Wilson says left hiim in such a con
dition that he is unable to recall the
incidents which led up to the assault
upon hint and resulted in his now
being confined to St. James hospital
suffering from a broken ankle, a
badly battered head and numerous
other severe injuries. Dr. Dan J.
Donohue is attending Wilson. He
states that the old man has excellent
chances of recovery.
Wilson's son, Bern Wilson, a
rancher near Deer Lodg, arrived in
Butte yesterday to look after his
father. -He saa,'s that his father is
well known in the 1)ccr Lbdge valley
as one of the old-timlle ranch hands.
A few days ago he came Jo 3utte,
it is said. He drew $-1100 of his sav
ings from a local bank, the police
state, only two days before the as
'his llamount has not been care
fully accounted for. However, when
he first regained consciousness, Wil
son stated that it tVas only $50
which had disappeared from his
person over night. Whether the loss,
of the money may be attributed to
the woman companion of the old
mnan, or to Barhey Cannon, the man
who admits having knocked Wilson
down aid takiag a knifeglivay from
him. is a question which. the police
hope to clear up with the arrest of
the woman, whlich is expected hourly.
Chief of Police thinks that Gannon
is undoubtedUy. the man 'wvhO is re
sponsible for Wilson's injuries. Gan
non is himself suffering: from a
severe knife wound in the face, in
flicted, he claims, by Wilson.
He is being held by the autlhori
ties pending the outcome of Wilson's
IS SENTENCED TO PEN
Following a plea of guilty to a
charge of forgery in Judge Lynch's
court yesterday. John Hansen was
sentenced to from two to five years
in the pnitntiary.
Hansen is the man who came into
the police headquarters a few weeks
ago and told the officers he had
passed some bad checks, declaring
that getting money was so easy, lie
wanted to be locked up before he
done anything worse..
IS ANNOIINCEO FO JAN. l s
In order to esrtablish an eligible
register frioh which the selection may
be 'made to fill the vacancies in the
reclamation and forest services in the
states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho.
Montana and Wyoming, the United
States civil service commission has
announced that a field clerk exami
nation 'will be held in Butte, on Jani
nary 8, 192b.
Appointments are made to the po:
sitions of field and forest clerks at
entrance salaries from $1,100 to $1,
500 per annum. Both men and
Women, if qualified, may enter this
examination, The party taking the
examination must be over 18 years
of age, but persons over the age of
40 at the time of examination, will
not be appoointed to the position of
TOI MAKE O.E DELIVERY
OF MAL CHInSTMAS DAY
Postoffi'e officials announce that
all departments of the local office
will be open until 12 o'clock noon
on Christmas day. In order to pre
vent a congestion of the mails, clerks
handling incoming and outgoing
mails, will he requiired to work most
of the day, although a majority of
employes will receive the benefit of
a half holiday. s.,
There will be one regular delivery
of mail by the carries and the par
cel post wagons will probably run
the entire day. Windows in all
branches of the postoffice will open
at X a. m. and close promptly at noon.
MAY PLAY IN JAPAN.
Chicago, Dec. 24.-The University
of Chicago baseball team may tour
Japan and Hawaii next summer, ac
cording to plans now being arranged
for next season. The team made two
previous tours of the Orient, once in
1910 and again in 1915.
Peace on Earth
(Continued From Page One)
tortstics of Greek life were anti-ma
terialism and anti-sensationalism.
Again the modern craving for sen
sation is only to be paralleled in the
days before the fall of the Rompan
empire. Our penny peep-shows, our
dances, our spectacular drama, our
money-making baseball matches and
football matches. The hard and fast
rule of the Greek was, "Strip or go
home!" It would cause consterna
tion among some of our sensation
seeking loafers if they were com
pulled to take part in the sports or he
taken home by the police.
"Strip or go home.":' Let us have
a great fist-fight between the giants
of intellect. A realization of this
horror may be carried too far. Let
none of us gloat too freely or too
vividly over the horrors of the fu
ture. "Nothing in Excess!" What,
again, of the so-called modern news
paper with its craving for sensation?
Ah, for peace from the vermillion
Britain has pretended to be free of
slavery since 1838. The United
States since 1865-not very long
ago. What of the Congo atrocities?
What of the utamoyo atrocities?
What of the wiite-slave traffic? It
has remained fbr modern society to
reduce the latter to a science. The
Greek mind was free from the mor
bid and degrading thoughts1 that as
sociated with the loveliest thing in
The true optimist is he who scien
tifically diagnoses the disease and
having found the cause, can with
some reasonable degree of confi
dence, suggest a remedy.
President Wilson and a few others
have lately been very eloquent about
the glories of the new world that Is
coming. They have failed to state
just when and from where this new
society is coming. They have made
no mention of the human material
from which we are to build this sn
per-structure. Is it to be "Force
without stint or limit?" Is it to be
the "Army and Religion?" Eighty
per cent of all the armies in the
world war were hostile to the church,
and totally indifferent to any kind
of organized religion. It were use
less to discuss the Trinity and the
Incarnation with men who were liv
ing and dying under such abnormal
conditions. The men were pretty
well indifferent to everything except
"when are we going to eat?" What
we are face to face with is the gigan
tic and tragic failure in education.
Our educational system is a farce
and a joke. Here lies the key to
our social and political problems. So
long as we tolerate a mess of ignor
ant and self-seeking politicians to
run our school systems, we look in
vain for the glories of the new world,
which hangs in the clouds. One
writer says. "It is a problem of edu
cation, the right kind and scale of
education.? Hitherto education has
been governed by a pernicious doc
trine of minimums. We have asked
how little education we need to give
to make the individual a self-sup
porting economic unit; and in gen
eral that education has been deemed
best which is soonest done with. BUt
we shall have to change all that and
demand an education which will en
able every individual to rise to the
full level of his human possibilities;
and that kind of education is an
education the Alpha and Omega of
which is the quickeninmg of social
In many cases among our so-called
civilized nations of the e rth a d+
votion "u"o-soolalism has taken .the
place of the. organized church aad
religion. Bernard Shaw -reterit to It
as "Salvationism." Our Chrlstma>
has been commereialized beyond all
ISO LI fY
Temporary Quarters for the
,Higher Grades Secured at
School of Mines. Lower
Grades at Lincoln School.
Superintendent W. E. MIaddox re
ported to the school trustees Tues
day evening that provision had been
made for teaching pupils of the Mc
Kinley school, which was recently
destroyed by fir . By arrangements
made, he said, lupils of the eighth,
seventh and advanced sixth grades
will be housed in a frame building
on the school of mines campus,
which was formerly used as a bar
" Other pupils, with the exception
of the McKinley school kindergarten,
will attend classes in the Lincoln
school. The Lincoln pupils will re
port at i9 a. m. and the McKinley
pupils below the sixth A grade will
report at the Lincoln school at I
In case it is thought to be undesir
able to continue double use of the
building, it is recommended that a
temporary building be constructed,
it being estimated that such a build
ing could be built as cheaply as one
could be rented until a new school
could be built in place of the one de
WV. Wellington Smith was named
to represent the school bqard and G.
XW. DeSnell to represent the insur
ance company in an appraisement of
the McKinley school. It was de
cided by the board to increase in
surance carried on school buildings
in the city about 40 per cent, bring
ing the total amount to $1,606,200.
> The increase will be distributed
among the different representative
companies of the city.
sense of decency. Religion is dead,
The uplift of hnunainity can only
come as the mind is opened to the
great things of life through a broad
er and a deeper knowledge which is
entirely lacking in our present sys
tem of education. Loyalty to any
government, or to any nation will
never be fully consumated by any
acts of repression or by force. The
mainspring of our whole fabric of
society is education. Peace on earth
will come when ignorance and su
perstition are banished for all time.
COMPROMISE TO TREATY
SOUCHT BY HITCHCOCK
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, Dec. 23.-Senator
Hitchcock has invited a number of
senators, both democrats and repub
licans, to a conference on the treaty
for the purpose of framing a com
promise which will insure support of
two-thirds of the senate, if possible.
The conference will be held during
iecess, although a definite date" has
not been fixed.
IN BUTTE CHURCHES
Emanuel Lutheran church, south
east corner of Montana and Silver
streets, D. N. Anderson, pastor.
Christmas day program: Early
morning services (julotta) at 5:30
o'clock on Christmas day. Sermon
in Swedish, followed by a brief ser
mon in English. A full choir will
sing three appropriate songs at this
The Sunday school will render a
Christmas service program in the
evening of Christmas day at 7:30
o'clock, consisting of scripture read
ing, songs and recitations. The
choir will sing the following: "The
Shepherds and the Angels," "Glory
to God." "In Bethlehem's Manger,"
,and "O' Star Divine." Special songs
will be given also by some of the
children. An inviting Christmas tree
and beautiful decorations will greet
the children. Friends are cordially
invited to worship with us this day
and to rejoice with the children at
their festival. Welcome.
The Gold Hill Norwegian Lutheran
church;. Copper and Alaska streets,
O. J. Mithen, pastor.-Norwegian
"Hoitids Sudstjeneste" at 11 o'clock
Christmas day. Christmas tree pro
gram by the Sunday school in the
evening at 8 o'clock.
MILLIONS FOR A COOK.
(Special United Press Wire.)
New York, Dec. 24.-When his
cookl was arrested, charged with dis
orderly conduct, Almerindo Porfirio
hurried to the court and offered
$2,000,000 in bail for her release in
time to cook his- Christmas dinner.
Th cýburt fixed the bail at $500.
SsIAKES PRISONERS HAPPY.
Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 24.-Twen
ty-eight prisoners confined in the
Washington state penitentiary at
Walla Walla will be the happier to
morrow through the receipt of par
dons signed by Governor Louis F.
Hart. The notices of pardons will
be= given the men- tomorrow morn
SANTA VISITS Br'LLETIN.
Santa Claus, in the person of J. W.
Koich, well-known member of the
street carmen's union, visited the
Bulletin office this morning and
when he~teft,.his sack was. minus a
box of Havana cigars and a box of
candy, Christmas gifts to the Bulle
When in doubt, look up the Butte
FROM THE BOTTOM
OF MY HEART I WISH
EVERY MAN, WOMAN
ANI) CHILD A VERY
and Shoe Store
JACK BRINIG, Mgr.
AT REASONABLE PRICES
ý3est Gold Crowns...........5 .00
Best Porcelain Crowns...... .00
Bridge work per tooth....$5.00
Full Set of Teeth.............$8;00
Gold, Silver and Porcelean
tillings according to size and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Patients are carefully and
conscientiously treated. Best
up-to-date methods in painless
f6 Years at the Same Old Stand
Careful and skilled dentists
Montana Dental Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE OFFICE
Phone 780-J. 114 N. Main St.
Have your teeth examined free
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
THE MAGIC OF IT
Will be apparent, very easily,
When applied to any sore chest, or
tenacious cold in muscles-ltheu
uMatism, muscular twinges, stiff
MAGIC LUNG SALVE
Made in Butte, by Butte peo
ple, for those peculiar Butte colds,
WOODY-DOULL DRUG CO.
20 So. Main St., Butte, Mont.
Where bronchial tickling, and
dry coughing occur-the Germi
didal Lung Specific, should be
ised in conjunction with The
Magic Lung Salve.
This was Edd Heuser's special
dough specific, tried out in Butte
or the past 20 years. It is now
-ven better than formerly com
....Sold only at 29 So. Main Street,
Planos, Player - Pianos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Home of the Steinway and
genuine Pianola piano
BULLETIN SOLD AT
EXCHANGE SOFT DRIN~E
Hanaa Suhr, rop.
101 South Main ~aeet
225 E. PARK ST.
NO BETTER PLACE IN TOWN
TO EAT. TRY US.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
) You will find
! *rT' .. real comfort ea
S wearing Mrs Johnson's Patented
S. an.try Belt Sold by Druagist
or sent direct for 5Qc Satsfa.4on
Guaranteed, or money refundd. Sand
was.-measur. JOHNSON SANI
TARY BELT CO. Inc., SeattleWaht.
In Belgium 'all girls under 21 aae
forbidden to work in hazardous oc
qupations, such as those using harn
ful chemicals or poisonous fumes.
A young woman of Edinburg.
whose hatpin injured a man's eye and
caused him to lose the sight of it,
offered as compensation to marry
him. *The offer was accepted.
Miss Dorothy Sells, daughter of
(`ato Sells, United States commission
;r of Indian education, is filling the
ffice of assistant state director of
udustrial education in Texas.
After nearly 35 years of service in
hlie leper colony on the island of
Molokaif; in the southern Pacific. Sis
er Mary Leopold0oni. of the -Francis
ean order, is now on a vacation trip
to the United States.