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Ml.HWMWiii MEN TRY US PALM BEACH SUITS THREE-PIECE SUITS WE AKE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SEUVIGE IN THE CITY. Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. INCORPORATED Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. !' ' M. J. BANNON, Prosidcnt and Mua.er. P. BANNON Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Bannoa's Patent Lidded Wall Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Bricil f ..... .. Vnll . Til,. CI.. PI., rlilmn.v Tnnt . . m H1UCBUUWIIII lllC,lll.U.VmU. .-r ,, 2 oppicr sic; south thirteenth street. i PHONES CITY 373-1786, CUMB, MAIN 507. VOIUC9-Thirteenthaud Breokinrld and Ninth and Mngnalin. ) QRAN W.SMITH'S SON! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. i I Funeral Director and Embalmer : i BOTH PHONES 810. 1 1 z 1 I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, j HjH"i - :"i"C"i''W - DOUGHERTY 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ! Funeral Directors both ijaoifi3;ss. X Climb. Main SDOS-a j.4'M"I-!"I !""t"l"!"t"t"l"H,l" 0 4l4AtVVVlA4AVlVVVtVWVtVV.,tVVlVVV HOMEPnONE88 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 8223 East Malix Street. MfeVVVVVAMrMVMVVWVVVVVVV City 2360. M&ln 2160-T. L. D. BAX Funeral Director and Embaimer 717-710 B. CHESTNUT WUISVILIiB, EX. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER If You Want the Best We Have It. FRED O. JOT3BS & O O. INCORPORATED BROOK AND A STS. W. G. RORK, PrUnI. HERBERT JENKINS, Sec. and Trt. WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO. INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING . Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Brontlvray Homo Phone City 2511 Louisville, Kentucky "We Axe As Close To Ton Aa Vonx Phone" USE US STARK'S NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIR SHOP S. STABX, Proprietor. Only the very best material and highest class of workmanship. Work called for and delivered. Our work and service will please you. TRY US "Wo give special and prompt at tention to out-of-town work. C45 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. Home Phone, City 231 Cumb. Bhone, Mala 1288-Y Do You Want to Sell or Buy SO VOU WANT TO SBM1 OR BUY? I can Sell or Trade or find .a Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mine or Property of any kind or descrip tion, we navo Businesses and Enter trleee of every kind For Sale In ,al mmt any part of Kentucky. Indiana Nnd othes States. If You Want To Buy or Sell at Auction or Private Sale Write or Call ETKBIDE susuraM sxoxAxas Auctfoaet Bd 1 Sttate 76M02 XOUISVILLB TRUST BLDO: 4tHb. Phone. Main 2960 r"" Home Phone. City C83 ' it o Want t st With Us, a for 0RMot $1.00 $1.50 P. IANN0N. JR., Vlci Pras. and Tress. PIPE CO.: Pipe for Steam Conduits, Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcH, 1 1 l 0tl9f ';"i & McELUOH J and Embaimers I Homo City 209S X t i'H'4"I-W"I-W"M"H'"i-'W4 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-y 'J?li&EfrPLLS ATHEPILnTHATWILL" WENRYCMCRW t-OUIt.VIL.UC4 KV. They work like a charm. Everyljbox sold to satisfy or your money refunded. ForJSaIe by Your Druggist in 25-cent packages. 5i sJ" n mKsxmSrm Phone Sbawnee 42. AUTO OWNERS Wo Are Motor Doctors, Skilled Ex ports Are Heady to. Servo You. Full line of Tires, Tubes and Ac cessories. .Tires and Tubes Vulcan ized. Batteries charged and re paired. PORTLAND AUTO RBPATO CO.,, 877 N Tweaty.glxth St, j I 1 1 1 7 'I 1, in ''"1 ""n ; " " ' " ,',". ', ' , " - - ..... 1 tmjrrrm L my jjafc-jf iias?5s.jjia3KgHggff5 -ji ''W1 i ' 4 K -JJ UlJiLaPS2555 bSbbSk MBBBBBfe BMfWIP v j9HbSse bbSbSbVbk 'f-'TBBBVAP "TSl 'j? 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READ AND CREW OF NC-4 Seated left to right, Oommander Towora, of NC-3; Mr. Hawker of the Sopw.tth Transatlantic flight ef fort; Admiral Plunket, U. S. Navy; Mrs. Graham White and Commander Albert C. Read. TOLERANCE Evidenced by Church in Acceptance of Tlino Honored Usages and Institutions. Her Opponents Showed IntolCMinco in Abolishing Early Existing Customs. The Right of Asylum Was Not to Screen Malefactors From Punishment. SANCTIONED PAROLE SYSTEM. From the Iconoclasts of the early ages down to (the most recent revo lutionaries there Is one trait com mon to all those who have fostered movements antagonistic to the church, namely the dlslre to abolish the" existing order and the customs, usages and Tights of the people, whilo the church has ever found room for such usages and Institu tions within her discipline as were not incompatible with faith and mo rality. And many existing customs and laws she idealized and sanction ed. Her enemies, in the early centu ries, destroyed the Ikons, the images and statues of the saints, and the Mohammedans followed in their foot steps, eliminating pictorial and sta tuary art not onlv from the house of God but alio from the homes and the lives of the people. The Image Breakers of a still later age not only sacrificed pictures and other works of art to their passion for reform, but also destroyed libraries of in calcuable value. The reformation sought to do away with many things that the people held sacred, and soon, through this same move ment, "Merrie" England lost Its nverriness in consequence of the loss of the formor faith, of the popular festivals and of customs long observed by the people. The French revolution destroyed so much of what nad previously ex isted rights, usages and institu tions that the constitutional Bishop Gregolre asserted in 1794, that "the mere list of stolen, de stroyed and mutilated works of art would fill several volumes." Ex ponents of Liberalism and the movers of the agitation for en lightenment in the past century were guilty of th "3 same offense. Our pres ent day efforts to revive carol-sing-Ing at Chrlstmastlde are naught but a reaction against the prohibitions imposed by men hostile to the church. On the oHier hand, the tolerance of the church is exemplified In the retention of the language and many usages and institutions of the people to whom ihe brought the boon 01 faith. While the language of the mass, the office and the ritual (with a few exceptions) Is the language of the church, the language 01 the neonle remained the medium 01 preaching and local administration. Even today congregational singing in the vernacular and prayers in the language of the people express this attitude or the church towards th usages of the people. The church ASSORTED NUTS THe 4oof uh fkJp.:eTi to eriPTV HtS poCKfET AFTgH M -rU.S Hl urp HC PHT THC MWHT AT TH6 && TAW: TOCC a.BsiBaaaBBB-)F-BWaaMs(ISaaBaaB','IM41" VJr7 "V, jjf 11 JLiv ) 1 LJiBbB bbbHAI 0 0 and the authorities open to her influence retained and sanctioned and hallowed many of the customs and usages of those who came Into her fold when a les3 humane agency might have uprooted them and cast them aside, in order to Impose some thing less natural, more artificial. The church Christianized many of the people's feasts, as the student of folk-loro wdll verify. St. John's day, May day, Epiphany the bles sing of herbs and fruits (Assump tion), of the sea when the fisher men went forth to cast their nets, the blessing of bridges, ships and dwelllnghouses all df these observ ances and ceremonies have a count erpart In Ihe original practices and customs of the pagans who bowed their heads to her mild yoke. Her public processions, services dn the open, many parish celebrations, show the adoption and Christian adapta tion of usages observed among pagans whom she converted. The humane spirit of the church and her tolerance of institutions not sprung from her own teachings but torn the former beliefs and customs of .the people with whom she oame into contact ds illustrated In the continuation of the observ ance of the right of asylum or of sanctuary. This right was well known In antiquity and In many countries cmong barbarians and civilized pagans. "Places of sanctuary and asy lums far the protection of the perse cuted were known among all peoples of ancient times and of the Middle Ages," says Prof. Joseph Fehr In his book on State and Church in the Frankish 'Kingdom to the time of Charlenlagne "sections of the country, cities, islands, altars, temples, statues were recognized as offering protection against persecu tion; at times political, at others religious motives inspired the set ting apart of these places of refuge." The taking over of the idea of a sanctuary for the proteotion of the persecuted by the church is of early record. Claude C. H. Williamson, writing recently in the Irish Theo logical Quarterly, rightly says: "Early Christianity soon introduced the right of asylum to the churches. EutiropiuB says that Christian people who were chased by a crowd were accorded refuge." St. Augustine tolls us in his "City of God" that even Alarlc, after .taking the city of Rome, spared all those who had taken refuge In the churches. Papal sanction of .the jrlght of asylum was granted by Fopo Leo I. about 460. though the Council of Orange had dealt with the matter In 441. Gregory tha Great, recognizing the right and its observances, "enacted that the right of asylum was to be used to further the Interests of equity and not to screen malefactors from punishment." Thus the church and .those nations which permitted themselves to be guided by her, adopted an existing wholesome institution and regulated the application of its benefits. The methods used in this and in other instances' were proximate, not far fetched; home-grown, not - exotic. Adoption or existing usage, and the sanctioning thereof may be noted in the regulations obtaining during the reign of Edward III. of England, re fenring to the observance of this right. Under his rulo the persons ac cused were allowed to flee the country provided they observed certain conditions. They were obliged to keep to the king's highway, and to travel with a wooden cross in their hands,' bare-footed and bare headed, and dn their coats only; they were not permitted to remain two. nights in the same place, and were allowed only mine days to ASSORTED NUTS, THC SIMP UHO'VlACKS OOTOF - WAT SKTOfMI uHTHiTHe cv:eT'3Tiu"-riciM: im ' '1 BBBBBBBBBB k J U ' JMMmJwY' jM I W (!.. a r-s i reach Dovir from Yorkshire, their intentions--and this was one of the "conditions for their Immunity be ing to leave the country, which in volved abjuring tho rights of citizen ship and the forfeiture of every thing they possessed. It was decreed that while on such a journey the felons wore to wear a costume which would caiiEtf them to be recognized as having sanctuary; and tho king forbade anyone, under pain of life land limb, to kill them while they were pursuing their Journey. At the end of the jorney an officer ! branded them on the brawny part ui 1110 luiuii.u wiia a leuor a, stand ing for tho word "Abjure," so that all men might know in what rela tion they stood henceforth to so ciety. It they could find no passage over aed they were bound each day to walk out knee-deep in the water, In proof of their good-will to make the passage. The procedure in the instance quoted corresponds to a degree with the practice observed by numer ous pagan nations. In the example cited It represents the expression of certain requirements of ithe old Ger manic law, which was, under the influence of 'the church, made the Christian Germanic law. Its ob servance Illustrates the point at Is sue that the church gladly built up on tho wholesome institutions which she found among her newly gained children. It is also interesting to note that the church, in adopting and sanc tioning thla right of asylum lent her sanction to what was in principle the application of what dt is today known as the parole system. The administration of this Tight at times led to temporary or permanent Immunity fioin punishment, on the condition of good conduct and ob servance of the stipulations connect ed with the light. The right dncluded opportunities for repentance (In the case of th3 guilty) and of reform. Frequently the conditions of Im munity themselves constituted a penance and opportunity for better ment. At times a temporary absence from home, a pilgrimage, a visit to tt monastery, and such like observ ances served to atone for the wxong committed (with the exception, of course, of restitution where such was required). Thus protection and correction were combined In an ideal manner a thing which the modern parole system sets out to achieve, though in a less auspicious manner, inasmuch ns the spiritual needs of the offender are lost sight of in our day. C. B. of the C. V. DEVAfiTCRA TO SOLDIERS. "This is the greatest pleasure ex tended to me since I have been In the United States," Eamonn De Valera, "Pvsident of the Irish re public," said Saturday night at San Francisco in addressing wounded soldiers from Letterman General Hospital .it the 'Red Cross House, Presidio. "In your fight for liberty every where we felt that you entered our cause we-o fighting for our cause as well as your own. But the people of India, Egypt, Korea and Ireland are In tho tame thraldom as in the past. Your soldiers entered the army to fight for liberty of our country and returned homo to find they had Deen cheated." TAKES OUT STAINS. Water in which potatoes have been boiled will take out coffee and tea stains If the llnnon Is soaked In it before being washed. ASSORTED NUTS t.ib -Rv LJI-W, SPOHDS A pM LOoKff AT A fOHMy piCTOe AMP THINK? -' I SCIH4 THcr ttooM I - let .LH.LHsoo$THeLIH FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on m short notice. MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. Wo know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. Silk Shirts When Swiss cleaned never lose their new ness. One trial will con vince you. SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. fr-H4"H''H"I"H"H..t.fr4"H I SMOKE TARPY'S 1 Lady Dash 10c Little A. . 5c I Best Cigars Made! "t"I"H"H"i-H"tt44'.j.jlit..,..4.1 As Neif to You as tbe Nearest Phone" FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 X SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 Ve telegraph Flownrs Kverywhert m DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST, SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES Twenty Years' Experieuco. Prices Reasonable. 115 StarkH Building. Third Floor Fourth and Walnut. 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