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r 1 V HIKK. TO HEICBTS TMCCeWCRVATIMSTME Fr AnjUtfoj Yh Miy tint to HENRY REIGK HARDWARE GO. 322 W. Market St. Bttt PtostJ 432 lottlrrltd, Ky, Kentucky Imsh American BROWN TAXr WKLISENT CAREFW. XRVKC Bdflf . UUf MB - -" Every Driver an.Seoort. LMrisviM Carta & TmImi I Incorporated Jfe- i 1- i VOLUME XLIH.-NO, 6. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. OBNOXIOUS moslty la around.' " a bad thing' to have CARDINAL'S SECRETARY. I Cardinal Murder's secretary, Rev. ' Dr. Peter Joseph Stryckor, has ar- Dllls Before Alnbanuv Legislature j rived In New York from Franca to . arrange lor tho coining visit to the united States of the famous BelKlan 1 prelate. Or. Sbryckor, who Is Vice Are a Menace to American Liberty. Have Justly Aroused the Indignation of Many Non-Catholics in State. ' Spirit- of U10 Tress Toward Bills Now Being Urged by Bigots. Y. M. C. A. ELECTION Issues Pampiilet Glorifying British Government's Part In the War. Knights of Columbus Advocate Issues Striking Protest Against Propaganda. 'GOOD PLACE TO GO SLOW." Tho spirit of the Alabama press towards the convent Inspection bills now being urged by bigots for pass age in tho Legislature Is shown in the following leaaing eauoriai irom tho Montgomery Advertiser, which Is commended to the legislators of Ala bama for its sane and sound advice and truo American sentiments. Un der the caption, "A Good Place to (Jo Slow," tho Advertiser says: "Inspection, (by tho State of educa tional institutions asylums and other places whore the young, tho aged or the inflrm are taken care of Is of importance and of benefit to both, tho public and the inmates of such institutions when undertaKen In a helpful spirit. If Intended to raise the standards of institutions caring for persons who are a public charge such! as tho inspections made by Gov. Kllby and members of the Legislature during the recess of that body it takes on an impor tance which the general public is quick to appreciate. When used In a spirit of religious bitterness, how ever, and ostensibly as a form of hostility to ope religious belief, it becomes a vehicle of oppression con trary to American ideals and the American ' sense of Justice. These thoughts occur in connection with what has become known as the "In spection bill" now 'before a com mittee of the Alabama Senate which Is expected to report on the (bill to day. The wording or the measure is in itself unfortunate; the avowed purpose of Its sponsors is distinctly out of line with the tolerant Bpirlt of the times. The religious body . , agajnst whose educational instltu- - ---jii&Bst'ir?aIredh taken- ' very . 7tergeprtf among'the" citizenship' of Alabama In upholding tho patriotism and tho institutions of America in the world war. It gave its sons freely and voluntarily to the ranks of the American army overseas, ana its; daughters and its teachers to the military hospitals as proficient nurses. Right In this city, when the Influenza scourge of last year threat ened disorganization- to the hospital forces of the division at Camp Sheri dan, St. Margaret's Hospital provid ed Sisters and nurses to assist tho military forces. "The leaders of this faith through out the State did their full share in the purchase of Liberty bonds. In th manifold tasks that fell to civil ians during tho war, and in contri butions to all -war work. During the conflict, -when at times tho Ameri can people were disheartened, when men stopped to ask themselves, Is this war, or is it the day of wrath foretold in the Scriptures?' there was no thought of religious animosity or creed bickering. The real patriot throw himself into the struggle for the liberty of the world, whether on the battlefield or in tho vast work , that had to be done at home, wlth ' out asking himself whether his com rades were Christians or Infidels, Jews or Gentiles, Protestant or Catholic, Tt was enough that they were Americans; and It should bo enough today for all men who live under the banner of American free dom, whether in their business, so cial or political relations with their fellow-men. In tolerance of any de scription is an enemy to human freedom. It festers upon itself until It creates a canker that eats away the vital elements of political llfo and makes a mockery of tho very principles upon which tho Republic Is founded. "If those who have advanced the legislative measure under notice want to know what is the spirit of America today they will find It in terpreted in 'the charter and pro ceedings of tho American Legion that wonderful army, representative ' of tho youthful vigor and unfalter ing patriotism of the country, who faced death and in thousands of in stances left their blood upon the shelUtorn plains of France that the political and religious freedom of mankind might he preserved. No man would dare in that organization to inject religious feeling unless it would be to assert that all religions played their part in the victory, that all exercised" a moral influence in tho life of the soldier and that in the face of death the men of God were M heroic as the wounded and dying to whom they ministered. "It was this knowledge, this new found brotherhood under the com mon! fatherhood of God, that brought soldiers who won high dis tinction, -with the American army be fore the Senate committee on Wed nesday last to protest against the evident attack on a portion of their brotherhood. It -was the same spirit in civilian life that brought the President of a Chamber of Com merce and the President of a Ro tary Olub before! the Senate commit tee, neltihet1 of whom is a communi cant of the church aimed at in the inspection bill. The Advertiser would convey this message to the committee having the measure under ooaeitteratloa, h1 to members or the Lftoltre generally: tu alow. sMitlAtnen. co alow: V V w-r w "-" - - w- Hector of the American College, Uni versity of Louvain, said Cardinal Mercler would land hero September 16 or 20 and would visit Philadel phia, Baltimore, Chicago, Washing ton, Portland, Ore., and other cities. "Cardinal Mercler," said Dr. Stryck er, "is coming to the United States as a representative of the people of Belgium to thank the American peo ple for the part they took in the war. no win visit as many parts of tho country as possible and particu larly the Northwest, a region he has Deen greatly interested in through the Indian stories told him as a boy by (his uncle, Msgr. Croquet." Msgr. Croquet was a missionary In the Northwest when that district was mainly inhabited by Indians. In his old age he returned to Belgium and fired the imagination of tho future among the red men whom ho had' T. . .. . JOSepn u' grown to admire. Br. Strycker willliei,uuur' OI ino '""Bins or uoium confer with Cardinal Gibbons and bus, has taken issue vigorously with Archbishop Hayes, of New York, as Secretary of War Newton D. Baker programme of 'social welfare.' God preserve us from England's treat ment Of labor. .Of the nnnr nf fha Blck. To every decent man hin mother is the best in the world, his wife the dearest, his children the most wonderful. Tn mrv decent citizen the (Stars and Stripes Primary Demonstrated Gov. Black's iciircwui. me nest yet vouchsafed to man. Mr. secretary, mlease with. All Know That England Would Have . Lost Without Our Aid and Food. draw the namnhlet montinnod nj let us have Amorlcanisation' for native sons and forelgn-born immi grants. There is work enough here without entering into uronaeandn work for foreign countries. Respectfully yours (Signed) Joseph C. Pelletier." Mr. fTtalror -In 'n efalAmAnf . v press, said thatlVne had nevor onn the pamphlet, although it was "sug gested" by the department he heads. ' Wonderful Popularity With Voters. THE WAR DEPARTMENT'S PART. k. or c Peace Convention at Buffalo Opened With a Pontifical High Results Sound Death Knoll Vote Collectors and Near Prophets. For Searcy machine pulled off In Louis ville with a "reform" administra tion in power. We would have liked to have been present when the noar Mayor and our Shelbyvlllo Chief of Police issued orders to the iKey- stoners telling them to keep hands off as the administration wanted fair play and fair elections. If Smith I and Petty could keep a straight face twhllo handing out the camouflage Instructions then we know of two poker players who are hiding their ugnt unaer a bushel HEROES Honored AVith Bronzo Memorial Monument in Bardstown, Cathe dral Churchyard. Hert-Scarcy Machine Defeats Warloy With Methods That Shamo BolslioviJ4. . . 1 1 no mgh cost of living crusade Feature of Imposing Religious and p-,u - ...ujvi uu uyui iuuu; Patriotic Celebration of Church Centennial. to come to the bat acain with Ma toreador line of letters and tele grams to tho War Department, get ting himself on the front page for a day or two, but as in the raclne anTrwkL, fc her Kearney Points to Patriotism the plan. Mayors of other cities hav ing taken it up before and did some thing to relieve the situation besides writing grand stand letters and tele grams. If Smith Is sincere let him tell us the name or names of tho of Catholics in All Ameri can Wars. SK&2MZ3-ie ass. to: the details of Cardinal Mercler's visit. FHIE CIUEF HURT. Capt. John B. Kirley, Superinten dent of the Louisville Salvage Corps, was seriously Injured Tuesday after noon when tho Salvage Corps auto crashed into an electric light pole at Sixth street and Park avenue. Capt. Kirley and his chauffeur, Leonard Hill, were hurled from the machine as It snapped the pole in two. Capt. Kirley and the chauffeur were taken to St. Joseph's Infirmary, where Kirley was found to be suf fering from a fracture of the right hip. One ear was almost severed by glass from the windshield. Hill after being treated for bruises about the face was able to go to his home, 620 East Market street. Capt Kirley lives at 2503 West Chestnut street. He served for .many years in the fire department as Captain of No. 1 Truck Company and was picked from all the firemen in Louisville by tho Board of Fire Underwriters as best fitted to suc ceed the late Barney Duffy as Superintendent of tho Salvage Corps. Capt. Kirley is fifty-seven years old. Physicians say he is out of danger and will recover. over a pamphlet entitled "Some Facts About the British" Issued by the National War Work Council of tho Y. M. C. A. Mr. Pelletier, who is District Attorney of Boston, took a prominent part in raising the United War Work Fund, part of which fund, he presumes upon good reason, was used to publish the pamphlet in question. In a letter to Dr. John iR. Mott, General Secre tary of the Y. M. C. A., Mr. Pelle tier challenged the right of the Y. M. C A. to issue a pamphlet of sub stantial size 13 pages glorifying tho British, attributing full victory In the war on them, and saying not a word concerning America's con tribution, at the same time, by in nuendo, demanding the Irish cause. Dr. Mott did not reolv to Mr. Pelletier. He lef erred tho K. of O. official's letter to the War Depart t NEAR MAYOR IN LIMELTGTTT ' leu us xno nam or names of tho " .,mT,.. firms who allowed 288,000 pounds, ":iI"VAO "" aiuVHEXT. 1 or potatoes to rot In the storage I houses, ad stated by the health in- rcv,,. ,w.i mnni,- i-.. .i- - 'ppectors. 'Names of milk dealers nrlmarv elorMrvn it -Jna r0Zt( handling Impure milk are given out' Tuesday was a day of days for primary election it was repeated in regularly, so why not give out the Kentucky and marks another these columns that small attention names of food dealers who are glorious enoch In tho Athni Franco HnnmsOroot A-.,., Jw "ILVf "T" a"tt" vV.lu eciors, yuuuc. -many .would UKO to Know . " . T. "" .. " " -.Uv wuo purported to give tno exact vote also why the near Mayor didn't take evening oi xne rirst victory Monu- 'or its Work In Euro- peaa War. Grand Knight f Flaherty Declares Knights AWill Fight Radical Forces. NOTABLE ADDRESSES In every district and county in the a stand on tho Tihono niiesttnn in ment in tho TTnito ata .- Governor's race, as the majority of favor of the dear public, whom he memory of the dead took nlnr m these prophets gathered their in- professes to bo interested in, but ho the wn of X TnLX 'rSt i formation in hotel lobbies. Some- came forward with the iPontius . . St Jos,Dhs Cathedral, how or other tho correspondent of Pilate answer that he washes his "ards"". in conjunction with tho Cincinnati Enquirer seems to hands of tho phono question and ceremonies celebrating the 100th nave Deen tho "fall guy" for tho leaves the public to pay any rates anniversary of the dedication of tho Carroll supporters, as they unloaded the company sees fit to make. church. The ceremonies opened a lot of straw vote statistics in tho The daily papers tell of a mys- with the singing of hymns by the Enquirer columns, and strange to terious shooting that occurred at V03tcd choIr MTho ',;",, ,,; say some of our astute politicians Hurley Pope's negro saloon Wednes- ;. Ir Th0 natlonal anthem fell for this propaganda. Judging day night, .and while the Good Gov- , was P'ayed by the Fifth from tho fltrtirea nnrl olnlmn -nith. prnmont cmorta m fmrnatlrrntinr Infantry Band from CaniD Zacharv MADE. Hshed all of Mr. Cromwell's straw the election In that district they TayIo.r an a procession of children ' j votes must have been gathered in might also investigate this shooting '": ,wh,te Placed wreaths of flowers the different Carroll headquarters or murder. Chief Petty might give at the toot ot tlie monument. Tho throughout the State, as Gov. Black the public a report as to the mcmorIal was unveiled by three of the didn't cut much figure in the fore- character of the negroes engaged in motners ana the sister of the four ... 1 . Vk mm - - . m . . - . Slr n.rm . ni T !. ... uespito tno dismal predlc- tne snooting, as It rumored that ",UIC11' "om ' Josepns congrega- MOTHER AGNITA LEAVES. Tho Peace Convention Knights of Columbus onened with casts Pontifical high mass in St. Joseph's tions of the straw vote collectors the men involved were alleced nick- tIon "w-0 save their lives In France Cathedral in Buffalo Tuesday morn- and prophets the Governor went Dockets, and if this rumor is nnt . ne monument Is a magnificent ment, and from the War Department ,nB Bishop "William Turner -was ahead and won by a remarkable true then it is up to the Chief to bronze statue of the Winged Victory, Captain Harold E. Potter replied to tho celebrant and the sermon was majoilty, tho size of which has let the public know. There Is one Jlanked by two smaller figures the Y. M. C. A. that tho pamphlet delivered by Bishop Thomas S. Sha- astonished his closest friends, and thing not a mystery to the public bearing torches, the whole mounted was published at the suggestion of ,han, rector ofKtho Catholic Unl- when it is considered that this big In the case and that Is tho part in ?n.,a Daso or masonry. A bronze the War Department to advise en-'verslty, Washington. Bishop Sha- victory was obtained In the face of which the daily press say the police ? 'Dlet bearing 115 names is fixed on 1talA1 .A vi a..Ima... .nH..Hf At 1 hnn'a vnnaann.A' Ah n 4I1...1A . 41 n ntitnll n.lmnMf vm.a .tM' Al. . n wa .! f l mUt. J. ..,...- tflA rtftRn thn TinTYIAO 9 4hl sii. Jm.1 . a UJ.UUIU lu me omwi iiiutai vuiu, iuuu iuu aio uuoiuitni. jLiiai i i simple -, w. .u...m va wo iuui umu mbUs as a truly Democratic party can look forward statement as the Keystone police are and 111 living soldiers from St. thollc order. -t0 a big victory in the fall behind easily mystified. Joseph's congregation. During the listed Americans concerning the part ban's message piayea oy the British Empire In the , KJiignts or . War with Germany. Thereupon Mr. American and", Pelletier clinched the case by writing I At the open: the following emphatic letter to Secretary Baker: "I enclose copy of a letter sent by mo to Dr. Mott, concerning the pamphlet, 'Some Facts About the British,' published by the National War Work Council of the Y.M. C. A, tho principal's! William Shephei Ig business session uov. uiacK. aker was Admiral ' Following tho fall of the political Benson, James A. prophets and straw vote collectors Flaherty, Suprne Knight, sub- now comes the race track touts and OLD MEMBERS WIN. , unveiling tho military band played a solemn dlrgo, and immediately uierwaru a nnng squad ot eleht Justice Page, ot the Appellate ??ldl,e. from CamP Zachary Taylor AJettcr. from Dr.Mott's secretkry'noi Flaherty aaklW: It Is with serious regret to many friends that ,underthe rules of the Sisters of Loretto Mother Superior Agnlta, ,of OBe'thleheni Academy, has been transferred to St. Vincent Academy at Cape Girardeau, Mo. She left last week to get ready for her new duties. In. the six years can not believe that this pamphlet she has had charge iaf Bethlehem J has come to your notice for I can mxiuumy me scnooi nas nourished not believe that you would suggest more than In any similar period in much less authorize.' anv statomoni mo, a copy of which is enclosed, states that this pamphlet was published 'at the suggestion of the united states War Department, Morale Branch. General Staff.' I meeting. plan and to fight A n an re features of the the next year. its great history. Sister Agnlta was tor a number or years connected with St. James sohool in Elizabeth- regarding tho war which unduly lionized Great Britain and absolutely & 3S? iS"1 8r? and at Bethle- share of tho United States in the ltZJhSv.Lal triumph of the allied powers. came in contact with her by a most winsome personality and her gentle manners. Her scholarship and her executive anility makes her a model Mother Superior for a girls' schooU Her successor for Bethlehem has not been named. BBOWLING GREEN. Mary Ryan Nugent, widow of Owen Nugent, Sr., for many years engineer of tho Bowling Green water works, died Monday night of apoplexy. She was born In Louth county, Ireland, February 2, 1843, and moved to New York with her parents, James and Jane Ryan, when three years of age. She was married in 1862 at Seneca Falls, N. Y., and came to Bowling Green in 1870. She leaves three sons, Owen Nugent," of Tucson, Ariz.; John Nugentt of Wilcox, Ariz., and Emmett Nugent, of New York, and three daughters, Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Mrs. Fred Keune, Jr., and Mrs. Frank J. Nolan. The funeral waa held Wednesday morning, Rev. Father Hayes celebrating the requiem high mass. part in the war by awarding the Cross of the Legion of Honor to Supreme Knight James A. Flaherty, or Philadelphia. TENDERED FAREWELL. Capt. Edwin Honan, C. P., who was attached to headquarters with the A. E. F. in France, but is now in this country, has been transferred to Chicago from Louisville. Before he entered tho service ho was rec tor of Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road and pastor of St. Ag nes congregation. On Sunday even ing a reception and farewell was tendered Father Edwin by the peo ple of St. Agnes church, who gave substantial token of the hiEh es- teem in which he was held and a feeling of the loss they have sustained. None of us would deny the allies credit and glory for their part In the great war, but no true account of the war, however 'brief, should omit at least to mention tho fact that without our aid the war had been lost to the allies. Your Honor knows full well tho interpretation which our doughboys gave the initials 'A. E. F.': 'After England Failed ' Nnhoclr Irnnwa hnttoi- thnn yourself, who had so much to do in, made known winning the victory, that it was J. Callahan American treasure, food, man power Treasurer of the K. of O, ana Drains that ended the war; that Secretary of War Newton uenerai I'ersnmg ana his staff were mitted his anntal report at this Pool room habitues predicting that Division of the' Sunreme Court of f,rC(l three volIcys ver the monu programme they whisper, the "Info" that Sosvnd- Nef ,Tork' has. ,leolded tJat tho The women who unveiled the jtwDe 'Knuht bo,j a uik,.jihiiuoook King, is. going io ww"" ..w.u.... m6ii nuu.ii ammo uio juis, ounu iosson, motner outstanding lay. eddsrot ten to seven " on Hewdyvhas been organized for JortyyarafanLosspn,. a membj.Qt the.. order's plans for Ed( having bet unsuccessfully on him naB no Power to increase tne assess- oiu First Kentucky- Infantry and son "Tho TTnitrhta nF four van sen. hv tho wjiv. nr?ii?ht meuts against one class of members of John Losson. an AlR.itian rofnimn. Columbus always have been and al- bere It can be said that the little '? favor of another, nor to reduce Mrs. Lawrencd Rapier, mother of ways will he on the side ot order," army or touts never gets rar away " J"""""1- ,?'c", utu" UH UUii" rapier, Kiuea at tmateau- hn ooU !HT ,( . - m...i onmtfh from hn nltfoo hi-lcht UtrVito benefits. The decision affects ThlerrV! Slutnr P.nrnUta n nun fmm OU1U. 11UI mai nV U1C WIIUUUI mi-no.. -"v. wv.. ..0..v ..B..vu -- - . .-.. w-.....v, im sympathy for the -rightous unrest to feel the pulse of the real people, thousands of members of the organ!- Nazareth Convent, sister of Herman that seeks to remedy ovil conditions ana it tney oia tney wouia rina out "" imuu6uuui mo oiaw. inc jvuus, Kiuea at xpress, and Mrs. that call for a cure. But we shall what many found out In tho primary order has 324 local councils In the Elizabeth Stewart, mother of Ches- flght to tho uttermost of our that Gov. Black Is unusually country. The question at issue was ter Stewart, killed at the battle of strength tho forces of extreme radl- strong with the voters and will not taken into court by Mrs. Mary Ken- Cunel. callsm, and the crazy doctrine of bavo tho slightest trouble In defeat- neay. or Now York, a daughter of Following the unveiling a song false, foreign philosophers who seek ln6 the hand-picked candidate of the Michael Dooley, who became a mem- for the dead was sung by tho vested to spread tholr pernicious propa- G- O. P. In November. The safest ber in 1893, with '$1,000 benefit, choir and the monument was blessed ganda on our free soil." , wager we know Is to bet that Hert Before his death in 1917 the organ- by the Right Rev. Father Edmond France honored the Knights of and Searcy already realize that they ization decided that benefits to be M. Obrecht. Mitred Abbot of Geth- Columbus for that organization's Picked a lemon In the -garden of paid to mongers wno joinea Deioro semane. The principal address of political canuiuaies. ine oiu piain- -iv wem m uo icuutcu uctauou ui im: auummg was aenverea ay tno tlvo wall of "Right tho wrongs of State Insurance Department orders Very Rev. Father L. F. Kearney, 1915" has fallen flat as a campaign requiring tho organization to In- O. P., S. T. M., a Dominican priest Issue and the Republican party is crease the reserve fund set aside for from Zanesville. O. Assistant Secretary of the Navy fighting with its back to the wall the payment of benefits. Following the ceremonies of the Franklin D. Roosevelt accepted the t0 try ana retain -us cnier asset unveumg tne crowd entered the invitation of tho Knights of Colum- tho colored vote. MADE AIR TRIP. Cathedral, where the Very Rev. bus to address them at their Peace ' Saturday's primary created Father Kearny delivered an inspir- Convention. Secretary Roosevelt a "reach between tne iiepumican m a letter Just received from mg ana patriotic addresB, paying n his acceptance to Daniel niacnmo ana tne colored voter tnat Paris the writer tells that wnon widuio io tno doj-s wno nad -given , of Washington, Supreme there Isn't a chance in tho world William J. Mulligan, Chairman of their lives. ,ui uguhiik utuuiu me iuii uieuuuu, ine nniKius oi iroiumDus uommiuee 1-uv uiuuuuwui just uuveiieu, i ,1.. j -rr 1 1 . ...... . . .. .. U Al.l 111. -I,-... j . on war Activities, misseu ms train buiu, is euum. uuu Knows no HIBERNIAN MOONLIGHT. The Hibernian Social Club will give a moonlight excursion on the beautiful steamer East St. Louis next Monday evening, the boat to leave Fourth street wharf at 8:30 o'clock. A Jazz orchestra will furnish the dance music and the committee of arrangements announce that a few good old fashioned two-steps and waltzes will bo on the pro-J gramme, jteiresnm&nts or an Kinds will be served. VISITS ST. CATHERINE'S. Sister Dolorita, of the Dominican Order, who is here on a visit to her mother, Mrs. T. 0Sulllvan. was at St. Catherine's Monday visiting her sister. Sister Allxla. iNovlce (Mistress. and was present at the exercises in honor of St. Dominic's day, when a olase were professed and received. St, (Louis Bertramd's parish of this ;The English people themselves would solely responsible for rejecting tho settled plan to end the war In 1920, and substituting the plan to 'do it now' by smashing the German lines; And he was right! "Why then should moneys con tributed by our people to help win the war bo expended for a publica tion in more than half of which there is nothing said of tho war, but much to eulogize and exalt Great Oritaln and prove her's a better gov ernment than ours, while the re maining pages describe only what England did, without ever mention of our aid or that of tho other powers which were associated with us? What If sha lost more men and ships and spent more money than we did? History will say that she could not have won with treble the loss and sacrifice unless we had gone to the rescue. If the people aro to be educated on this war, let not your modesty, sir, restrain the announcement In sheet and flier and pamphlet that we won the war, stat ing tne indisputable facts to back It up. "As to tho pamphlet in question, I submit that our sentiments ot ap preciation and sympathy with our co-belligerents aro such that we need no French, no English, no Italian propaganda to stimulate us to Just regard for our European brethren. The American people want facts. No statement regarding the war should proceed, at least officially, from any American source which does not pay tribute to our flag and what love of it Inspired our men of brains and brawn to do. No pam phlet should issue under your ap proval, sir, which emphasizes that we deserve less credit than England; that England stands for democracy; that our government is modelled after that ot England; that she stands for fair play in trade; that shef" 'has outstripped us in social Justice' with never a word of pride, affection or devotion tb our flag, our laws, our institutions and our superb manhood. "How far can we get with the great movement of tho hour, Amer ioanlsation, if our War Department Is to 'suggest pamphlets such ais the afore-descrbed to be sent broadcast? n ana nossmiy never, in .tveniucKy. Baker also signified his intention of The entire State Republican machine to Brussels that morning, he flew in human language, but It speaks in addressing the Knights at the first and local Republican rerorm aomini- n Goliath aeroplane to the Belgium poems more oioquent than ever session of the second day of tho stratlon was used to defeat" Warley, capital in order to roach there in proceeded from human lips. It Is Peace Convention which was held at the colored candidate for the Re- time to keep an appointment with symbolic of the fino youth of St. tho Hotel Statlor With Assistant Publican nomination, and the elec- Cardinal Mercler. Accompanying Joseph's parish. Referring to the Secretary Roosevelt addressing the t,on ,n thla dlstrict, which Is 70 per him was William V. McLoughlln, a boys who had gone overseas, the convention on the same day tho cont- colored, stands out as tho most New York newspaper man, now a speaker said they had performed an Knights will have authoritative raes- corrupt, vicious, unheard-of, brazen k. ot C. Secretary overseas. The act of sacrifice. He said tho boys sages from the two branches of the crIme against tho ballot in this or trip was made in record time and had answered their country's call service which they aided during the any other State in tho Union. Hero under Ideal conditions. The purpose and had given their all. Father war and are now aiding in their nro some of tho things that happened of Chairman' Mulligan's visit was to Kearney then spoke of the patriotism extensive reconstruction work ' i,m(1 tho Courier-Journal and Times, discuss the Cardinal's .trip to of the 'Catholics In the Revolution Invitations to attend the conven- I Ps,nS Democratic papers, did not America and to inspect the K. of C. ary War, the Civil War and tho re tlon at which delecateq from all rcfer tof an1 llie,r on,y reference to free theaters bought and operated cent war. He made a striking narta of tho Tiniton tnta tho tho election was a complimentary for United States service men in contrast of Catholic loyalty and Insular possesions, Canada and New-', hientlon of nert, the big Republican Antwerp. foundland attended, wore also ex- jb05S! - tended to other pomlnent men, In-' , Negroes were warned away front WOULD RESTORE RATES. eluding several well known educa-," " ? ""- - " "XTn I tors who have been assisting the ' vhcro t,icr0 ,s a ncSo registration To restore telephone rates of the Knights In forming their nation- ot over 2000' repeaters were used Home Telephone Company and tho wide system of education, submitted i opetAy to vote- against Warloy, and Cumberland Telephone Company ox- wlde system of education, submitted to the Peace Convention for ratifica tion. VATICAN SINGERS COMING. nntrtntlam with thnt rF fho HiinafTtAt Arnolds, the A. P. A.'s and "Guard- eens of Liberty" of tho present day, I who were invincible in peace, but Invisible in war and when their country needed them. In conclusion he read Cardinal Mercler's message were carried from noils to noils by UHnr- nrlnr -to -tho ntoa flvod hv to the mothers of Ilelirliim. detectives, of the reform ndminlstra- Postmaster General Burleson, is the ' The ceremonies closed with bene tlon; Democratic chnliengers were object of an ordinance introduced diction of tho blessed sacrament Offnreil 100 and 200 tO leaVO thO Tnusilnv nltht In tho rVmnntt moot, bv thfi TlflV. PnfhflP PntrlMr Wnloh Within f-ve diivs after the official polls; negro pets of the "reform" jng by Alderman Joseph G. Kirwan. ' Louisville, and the singing of the nouncenient that Pone Benedict Rdminlstrfttlon acknowledged in tho Alderman Kirwan says that if the hymn, "Holy God, Wo Praise Thy voting wrongfully; one election of- contract, they might as well go out wore given a sumptuous dinner In ficcr stamped ballots openly with a 0f business, and said that if one tho hall of St. Joseph's College, revolver on tho table; Oho negro rohinnnv ronld Rorvn -the nonnlv of Father C. J. O'Connell. tho vonorahlo i;uuire uuuiuiGLeu. tuiaiiKHiiiuuLa iur . , - .. . ... . ,. '- . : . . :- " ' twentv-fivo concerts or nearly half votc" J"'? um.cs i?r uio wimo nuui Lou svllle as well as two, he was In pastor or St. Joseph's, who gave in of the entire number of engagements Z ; , mvui U1 uuo """"' I BE?1 h8 S.W Saturday, and we would like to I mnT .JI urj,i . CrKj i,T ; "suggest that Ir tho Men's l'edera S3 " bheiDL!baP&i i 6 Hon leaders, Helm Bruce, Dr. H. A. announcement XV. had given his consent for the Vatican singers to visit this coun try tho gentlemen having tho tour In charge completed arrangements to WILL MAKE GOOD. Fred Forcht, Jr., has been ap- splratlon to the lasting testimonial, was indeed happy, as were also the people of Bardstown and Nelson county, over their success that crowned their most laudable and portent centers of the countryJ''"' .;r ri d1 n Pointed attorney for tho State Board patriotic undertaking, which will T::" i, ",..-i ".A " l '.Geniert, Dl'. M. P. Hunt, Dr. W. S. nr iWonlth rolnotdont with tho ro. doubtless ho omnlntoil In ovorir Riot Gregory Suslcal Society, left Fnlthleln" m0Val.f ,t.he ",ce3 ?l 9 ,b.a,rd l! thh U,n,?' Und h,s pastorate this week, and with him will como'" cll8ndJCr "; F """lei", irom Bowling Green to Louisville, tho hundred-year old St. Joseph's sevenTytwo members oT Thl chS?!2 1L.?mLV'' t, l8 A Jks Louisville attorney, his'cathedral church has been kept In party of the Vatican, includine l"taiv" " "" -'--" "" ability and aggressiveness will make excellent condition and shows no tiliirl rii ir.-.l iV.-.Vi-r.8 were a short time back that they ,,lm ' vnini,, oocf . .t, e(.'HIirna nf nntinuitv Tt h0 hvn mtio mMlo will have per- InvcaUgato Saturday's primary in thojBoard ot H(alth, say members of .visited by thousands of tourists, but sonal charge of the concerts to be given on this tour. INDIANAPOLIS. St. Rita's church, Nineteenth street and North Arsenal avenue, recently completed, and which is the first Catholic church for colored Tenth ward. For witnesses they can summon Judge Sam Boldrick, Attorney Eugcno R. Attklsson, Senator Wm. A. Perry, Attorney Thomas Walsh, Attorney Merit O'Neal, ! the board. PASTOR FOR CHURCH. none more appreclstlve than those of tho past week. Tho Rev. J. J. Abel, a great nephew ot the Rev. Robert Abell, who preached the sermon when St. rirst oatnouc cnurcn tor colored waa Mnt out for a meetlng in the people to be orgniaed in Indian- Sntereit of fair elections and the call waB addressed to "all lovers of apolls, was solemnly dedicated Sun day morning by Right Rev. Bishop Chantrand. In connection with the ohuroh a sohool Will open the first week in September. Rev. Father Bryan, the pastor, says there are Mi, The rpm or . miwi aai- uwmow. wt would avail, aaataet the BrlMah '.,. ,, , tet would avail, ajpainet the British coBgrefattoo. Tho TJov fnthai" Vlnrtont H T la AttOmOy maw aiottnnrwl rtf le Ohtirth irif hi .TORftnh'fl Ttraa pnncnnao1 Aiifyuof O Wm. O'Connor, nil mon of highest i.nll.illiim ai,ni,i!itt rhaM isiq ,iniivm,i t-hr. o.i r n.J stendln wlio wem stUonod in. the Rey. father RJIey was pastor bofore centennial anniversary Friday morn polls on that day. In 1917 a call comlnsr to St, Frances of Rome'lng. thus unitinsr thru thn mamW. church la Clifton. lof the same family 100 years In connection with the consecration civic decency." Now here's an elec tlon that puts to blush anything ever held In this part of the country, and we Imagine that the Bolshevlkl ot Russia will retire to the tall and RBTR&VE AT LORETTO. serviced nf tha flatholral The week's mission in cennaefW with the centennial condualed bv Father Anselm. C. IP., who last week finished a retreat for the Sis-, Fathers Ripple and Clark, of the two ui riunuwiw ul Bwyuri, ue- uominican order, was well attended can a rftlraat rm Wodnooduv frvr tho all 1. .i-. j i .. S dHrthSh.? KJ?" f IJOrett at IJwMto Acad-; pronounced one ot the mostlr "' laiin xne nmory or the church. down and dragout that the Hert- A lb J J-'.T-Sift."