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MIKE TO IHCICKS KENTUCKY iRlH AMERICAN tWC MNvHYATWN stwc w 9 WfW( ill wy wfl HARDWARE lINfiT KICK HARDWARE CO. 32a W. Market St. Mk PkHH 432 iMtaSt. Ky. BROWN TAW WTllfKUT CAMRH. St ItVttC livery Driver iin Hscort. IwtiriH Cmlap & Taiktk I incorporated VOLUME XL1II.-NO. 21. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAWOVfcMBER 22, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ii K. Of C. 'Raising Voluntary Fund for Recon 6tructi0n of Belgium's' Educa tional S3 stem. Cardinal Mcrclcr's FiUhotlo Message to the Supremo Knight or the Order. 8 p. m 'with a programme by the. school children. No admittance will be charged. In addition to the at tractions beforo enumerated there will bo a turkey tree and each ovon ing a number of choice fowls will be "awarded the lucky ones. The ENGLAND'S ue aiwaraeo ine lucity ones, me . candy wheel will make many turns Must Drop Her Prussian Milltarlc flTlH nt ithft tfrMhmi.nt atnnfl ull! Kni j and at the refro3hment stand will be found enticing dalntios. The "old oaken buoket" will bring from the wel many surprises. URGES FINING SQUAD. 8 stem In Ireland, Says riunkeU, Knights Set Out to Fight Spread of Radicalism Throughout Our Citizenry. WILL RB GENEROUS RESPONSE. In response to an appeal made by - . , 1 r I. 41.. T.T.,1,.1. . .. fv lumbus have started a campaign among tho 600,000 mombors to raise a voluntary fund which will bo turn ed over to tho Belgian Primate to be used in the tremendous task of rebuilding Belgium's educational system. The news that the "Ca'eys" had cnlUrtod in tho light which Car- dlnal Morcier is gone home to carry on against Bolshevism by means of educational methods was made pub lic by James A. Flahortv, Supremo Knight of tho Order, to whom tho r,...,!....! ...nil, Vln nMnflftl Tlin tTfe sago to Supremo Knight Flaherty follows: "The numerous and very gratify ing marks of sympathy and affection extended to me at various times, on their visits to mo at Malinos, by many high officers and members of your oiganlzation, prompt nje to bo so bold as to appeal to you for tho aid or your oraer in xne Bupernumaa task of educational reconstruction which faces me in Belgium. First, there Is tho University of LoUvain. And as -to it, I am glad of this op- vm. ..ml... 4 mnlA it aIiwii that" thA destruction of the LIbiary and two .11 t...lt.ll .L. 1 . t fl.A outer uuiiuiuijs, wiw iuo vi wo scientific instruments, are only a portion of the damage done to tho university by tho war. Duririg tho war tho university was, altho.igh closed, obliged to continue providing for its professors and staff In Bel gium, many of whom were in very painful circumstances owing to their hemes having been destroyed. Tho expenditure v.-as onormous, the in- - - t, T 1 ,4. ... 41.1,. ccinu iui. iu jiuui iy iiiuut una situation tho capital fund3 had to be drawn upon to the very last ccnUmo j na4-loani9"M'd io be contrasted. Louvaln University Is one of the bul warks of moral and social order In Belgium tho only Catholic Univer sity. It is a complete university comprising all the faculties, medicine, law, olvll engineering, theology, etc.; there aro 110 professors, bealdes the subordinate staff. If it is to struggle on Impoverished and un aided Belgium will be- dopilved of its most effective weapon against tho social upheavals -which threaten the whole or Europe. "Secondly, hundreds of school buildings have been destroyed; many, if not all of our schools, high Bcnoois aiiu cuiiubtH uavu uuu iu m cur heavy debts in order to face tho difficulties of tho war. I wl&h to emphasl7e the fact that neither tho university nor the high bchool3 or collegpi receive any subsidy or aid of any kind from the State." They are entirely self-supporting. "I am purposely confining my re marks to the educational side of our reconstruction problems, ns I un derstand that your great brgania tlon wishes, In the future, especially to direct Its energies and force to such matters, and under this head I must also mention tho urgent dis tress of our Christian Workman's tTnlntia ffUMtvIn 4iirf iio4iIa1 trrVin niet It eeome unnecessary to enlarge on the absolute necessity now more than over of giving our workmen every opportunity of acquiring skill and proper training in their trade, whllo keeping thra in a truly Chris tian atmosphere. In concluding ought I to apologize for thia very open-hearted appeal to you and your order to help mo in tho immense need I am In? I 'feel I must not, and it Is with great confidence that I send it to you and nvlth my heart felt gratitude for whatever tho Knights of Columbus will be able to do to help me. "Yiours very faithfully, "D. CARDINAL MERCIER." In a nation-wide appeal on. behalf preme Knight Flaherty had the foL. IVVVJIlg OVilb kUtUUUUUL WLU VUUUU to the 1,800 council of the order embracing a membership of 000,000: 'In this appeal lies atwo-fold at traction to the sympathy of tho Knights of Columbus. Not only can we, in keeping with our time-honored custom fiere in America, sustain Catholic education in stricken Bel plum, but we can again show to His Eminence, the Archbishop "tof Ma- lines, tho honor In which we hold "Shoot them" was tho advlco the Vrfvrv T?4v Tlrriflhnr t?rMile T-tArnorl of Bruges, iBolglum, Superior Gen eral cf the Xaverian Order, gave Id rpeaking about tho I. W. W.'s.Rt St. Xavier College Friday nigfit. He loft Saturday for Wichita, KaB ac companied by tho Rev. Brother Isa dora, Provincial General, of Balti more. There are thlryt-two colleges of tho Xaverian jurisdiction in the United States and Brother Bernard hopes to visit all of them. Brother Bernard said that he had not heard of the I. W. W.'s until reaching Louisville. Ho also said that dur ing the past twenty years ho had come in contact with all classes and had noticed an! increasing unrest that must bo stopped to make pur suance of honest employment safe. Ho advised that drastic measures be taken in this country to combat agita tors Iboforo they sap the very life blood of the nation, eclaring that the men who ehot dawn iLegionaires in tho Armistice day parade inCcn- trallft. WnjtTi . hql commit inA rnlrl. blooded murder and Btruck at tho verv root of our nnllnruil nrlafonrn he urged that they be punished to tho limit of the law. in order that their like reallzo that they Invite death If they continue as thev started. "As true Americans love their country, true Americans must protect It," bo said, "it is their , I People Wkb Dare Protest Are Ruth- leeftly Incarcerated Without Hbarbiff. Irish RepHbllc Ha as Much Moral , Sanction as tlie British - . GoVcrnnieit. UNITY MUST BE PRESERVED. country; they must not let traitors tear rlmvn lt wnndp.rful RtnioHiro " Brother . Bernard said that ho was movinir too font to irot nnv trnp lilon. of Amorica in three weeks. He an nounced his visits here yill be an nual and he hopes to learn America anil Lonlsvllln hpttfir !n in fniiirn Ho was mnoh impressed by hlff trip to Camp Zachary Taylor, Ho also was shown St. Louis cemetery. While in Louisville Brothers Ber nard and Isadoro were guests of Brother Benjamin, President of St. Xavier's College, where the pupils gave an excellent entertainment in their honor. TRAINING COURSE OFFERED. Chaperones for the Catholic War Council rest room for the last part cf Novomoor are Miss Julia May Kine. Mrs. O. P. Mat.en.lf. VIsltitlmi Homo jrirls. Miss Bosslo LafToatfi. !"Mrs. Henry Whelan. Mrs. Thos. A. Brocar, Mrs. MoDonough, Mrs. Flor encetFrank, MIbs Eincear Lanaster, Miss 'May RhoaerMrs4E4w.Cllls, Mns. P. T, Spftnlnn. Tlfra Afapv A Recktenwald, Mtos Valeria Link,1 jNiiss .Agnos Jacquea and Mra Geo. Nabers. fThe ohaperono list for De cember is noAV being made up,, and volunteers aro asked to please call Ut th ofilOA. IMllf froft AfTlv T-nn. ing class, which has heretofore been uem x)n rnursuay nignt nas ooen changed to Wednesday night, hours C ift !). A lni in V.ntrMah nnrf mathematics la ibelng formed, to bo held once a weflk. pithlflr li'rlflnv nr Monday, and those interested are asked to call up or stop by tho of- flCA .and lf-tflV. -tthAlr rmn TIiA Annn. cl has been asked to toll those ln- loresiea unai ine unnarens I'roo Hospital has started a training course for children's nurses. The course covers one year and will bo n means of obtaining pleasant and possible employment. Further In formation may bo obtained at tho office. him. Tn an age when men have ex- niiMtea tn stemect courage, nave faced tho moat terrible circum stances, have won through to etlory against the most frightful obstacles, In An age when a million were tried under fire and proved their man hood, the heroic Primate' of Belgium Btands pre-eminent. ' "This man of God, who never wavered from his duty to his peoplo though "put to tho most severe trial by the invader, has come to tine Knigbte of Columbus" for assistance .in the eduoational recorWructlon ef. his nation. Here in America we -hve ot out to fight the spread of mdtcalkmi throughout our clUaenry. . We hve entered upon en era of wider educational effort than we bare ever eeMyed 'before. In the appeftl 'from the Cardinal we Have a MM to a parallel work." ' & HOLY HOflARY BAZAAR. A feefere aBBounoed ithe bazar nwiH eeen MOAoay, neveter Z4, at BISHOP'S MAIL IIFLED. i Mail addressed to Bishops In Ire land ia Tint rvnlv nnoniwl hv lha. Tl. ish officials there, but it is even rifled of any sums of money that it may contain. This ie made plain in a letter JWlUp.h rum j1onn ivnlrnl w iicv. nimonu uartca, or tho Church of tho Annunciation, Philadelphia, from tho Right Rev. Dr. Michael Fogarty, tho valiant Bishop of Kil laloo, in County Clare. Bishop Fo garty tells how tho sum of $175 was. taken from, a letter addreesed to iWIm. Tho money was a subscilp tion to tho Irish national loan, of which the Btsliop is a trustee. The letter Teads; "Your letter and tho two papers have arrived for a condor in thesa Piratic days, when every letter to ah Irishman, with its contents, passes Into tho ploue pocket of John Bull, as did one" of mine lately containing a check -for $-175 for the Irish loan. Ttoey you know the -they' ave suppressed tho loan, and aro at present like a mad bull In a china shop, smashing up every paper in thO COUntTV Of THah fhaftntay ay,A clapping IWehmen by scores Into Jan. prank P. Walsh was grand at the Foreign Relations Committee. If you oeo him will you remember me to him most kindly, also to Gov. Dunne and Mr. Ryan. We are not dknmyod." ACTIVE BISHOP, -Right Rev. Michael J. Gallagher. BtdhOD Of Detroit flKmtarl hlo fifty-third birthday' anniversary Tuesday. Btehop Gallagher is a .na tive of Michigan, being born at Al- Kf.M tl ....... ..- . mm mJ u-.wu. iw uru&inea on, Aiarcn 19, 1893, -was consecrated Coadjutor BIsnon nf flnnH PnnMa Im inic swoceodlng Blsbop Rlehter ,tlie fol- lOWlnfiT Vpar. nrul rar-us Iranjifori- tn Detroit on July 18, 1918. His en ure mo nas rjeen spent in. Mloiilgati, where his acHvitiefl have won him the reepeot of people, of all creeds, THANKSGIVING SOCIAL. You can spend an enjoyable af ternoon or evening t St. Ann's school haH on Thanksgiving day, when a Rnntel wttf Tib rin h v. member? of St. Ann's congregation. The afternoon eotertalnmnt wll' beis at '2:15oolock and in Ibe eveniacr tti. 8. Ti tmii u ii.i .r eveH and ParSe tyvenue. 9Utk street ew immnhbc t&e oor, Speaking In London, Sir Horace Flunkett, -who presided over thB Trish convention, had tho following to eay to a Special News Service cor respondent: England is governing Ireland with tho help of a huge army of occupa- Hnn toHTy all Hist ItlfAat fhnirlnaa tf destruction which aro already flnd- inc tnoiir nmnnr n nM in tun mn. seums. This monstrous substitute for slateamanahip is superlniposcd upon tho largest pollco force in pro portion to population In tho world. People who daro, to protest against a regime which voTild not be toler ated for a moment -by white peopla In any other portion of the British empire are ruthlessly Incarcerated. Does it mean, nothing to you that even English" Jails will not hold pris oners wnom every uree-Dorn jailer, knows in the bottom of his heart ought not to bo there? Beneath all this tragody, this futil ity and farce, there Is being estab lished an Irish Republic with at least as much moral sanction, as tho British Government can claim and with ten times its. political influence, not only upon the tlhought and ac tion of the Irish peoplo, but upon the anti-British sentiment through out tho world. Let us coneider -what can now be done. I start with tin assumption that you .must at oncd suDsuiuto civu government ror Prus sian militarism!. 'Never again must a British mllltftrv trrrra ho nmnlnvnrl for the establishment or support of nnv Political svstem 4n ;inv tvirt of Ireland. Once this is conceded, the- roaa to an man settlement, which the British Government blocked, will be reoiCncd, The unltv of Troln-nrt .must ih nrowrVort. Tho nrnnmnl tn .eetwp U'osepamta.IreJande in the eiotetk)R thaUttiey- will gmfc- day coioe logeuier is open to tne ratal objection that the Parliament of tho Tllfl Iftpifv mrnillfl tr ill nHAVnhlllti. An. olaro at onoo its sovereign independ ence anu xnen tne wortn and South would never; come together, except in tiho nnt ImnnVhahln nvon rf An.l, having a quarrel -with England. Tno nn.T.n or wtixinm in nnw m'ake to tho Irish npjonlo o. fir off a Of tho fullest mPiORIiro nf aolf.trnv. ernment consistent with tho nocossl- ues ot true common defense of the United Klnevlom In thn. mnrJr, tho Status Of A KAlf-E'ovnnlnr ilnmln. ion with defense reservations. It is said that there is no longer any dif ficulty in England; only in Ireland itself. What i meant is that Ulster says: "We twon't Jiavo it" And England had promised not to coerce Ulster. The coercion bogey is for English consumption only. Tho only real coercion in the moral coercion which Ulster applies to tho British Government who -nass it on m thn shape of physical coercion to the rest ui iroianu, Britain can either sot up an Iriph Parliament at onoo tfn nmroiut cnh functions as can be exercised Indo- penaontiy or tlie agT'eemcnt which Will hiaVO to bn r-nmo tn hnturtvnn ifko Northwest conuvr ami lin met nt ho country or. it can set up a slmilaily v.iv.Mru vvutoiuuu ui vuuauiueni as sembly to decide tlioso relations. Ulster, since It -will be negotiating as a minority with a Urge majority Is entitled to demand the sanction of the British Government as one which In their opinion provides rea sonable safeguards for it special Interests. If Ulgter refuses io.hcJp, the new Irish Republic, which is already a righteous moral protest, will become an effective palltioal reality. Speak ing for moderate Irishmen, -for so I may describe- tho Irish! dominion league, I ask England to give us a chance to conolliato both extremes. "NICKEL! Arrangements" ovonlne" in ho Circlo. naiichfnr LoulsvlHo .Hotel,1! anu evening of 3 29, are in the ha tainment CommH beru will preside sisted by others Tho hnoiha will table. Mies Ailn Mies Jim mlti Tavl Mrs. Greenwenr ueorge Rankin; Miss Mavme n? Mrs. Thomas Rrn Mrs. Preasmyer ad fowling. Tho wondering who yf home and la hnri friends wHl come, decide her future no child Willi want'. out "her ladyahlp.'l '"rickel ttUviile at the Brnoon Vembm Enter- mom- hs, as-zatlon. m: Art table. Hy table, f, Mrs. tell nir. (reshments. ftnut frolics, Genevieve doll" -iB Ivo her a that all her fo help her Unco seen go homo wlth- REPUBLICANS pointing another Chairman of tho Board of Public Works this week, the now appointee being the third In less than two years, and followed out the colored scheme, tho list now readlne Roso. Whltn nnd fJrnv. wim lOVOrv fMiqlnmAn ota 1.n.,j Vinl ma... - ,--.w.rf uMm.Aiwu ,, u IIAIU 41IU 41UW Pace Another Rig Factional Fight fanglod devices that cost the tax- iiiyeiB uugo sums, ino joKe vacuum YOUR DUTV In Party Ranks -Next Year. OONSISJ Associated ProMpte itomo onng tne m lean officiollv -win glstory In the mldd uusjues new varam knonvn tho Pope vi nor Soldevilda Jl blshon of R.irnjrn. Daiuor, Arbtehop.. eiectea to tne ca nor Bertram. At lau, svhose ol6vate' ate was reserved 1 of 1916. alj -win .i I1UI, . - watotim from .fahat the Vat- the ne&t con of December. I. it Is alreailv reate Monsig- iro as Arch md Monslgnor ruBtu,- wm oe Jate. MoDsIg- lep of Bres tiie Cardinal- ie conslstorv Biade a Cardi Gen. Wood and Roosevelt Tollow. crs Now a Thorn In tho Side. Democratic PartjVs Defeats Are Now Charged to President W1L son's Course. KEYSTONERS IL1VING TROUBLE. COMES 8GYI;l St. TvOlila llnl other lifltlon.illtv'to lnJ its rprtrlsrrflhlnjr 'wdkan Unmnj MftCfMr, n CT, ... I..f.k.ri-. . .. ...o..., ,,,, lawiiumijif raiiweu mo univprsuy MedicalJ wua uiuiiaron lajtfjE nan nign senco. Ho decided to e Drofcsslon. nnvl It that remote region! UU4IVIOH; 4IXCU1(R It as itha place of studies. It is 'ex ono hnnrtcnl c.)iwl ivlll be in the Tfiiii tne untt or tho ity added an- llt Included Ohool. Nnfrw rat tho Eng- .enrro, Egypt. )1e ' medical reward even In wie m. j.ouis dI. he chosa professional i that ovpV t'frpm Egypt es before MEREL1 Tho dallv rta ine widesnrp-n1 "i less rumors cat and tho sale af X ary, this 'city. Arnorlr-nn nttn sell has'been1 Board of Gove Rave taken no woujd lend idle, rumors. tioned, not ' would not b present infU "V" V . 4 .1 . .iiiiri Ben glv- base- for Brui- rlsh r to V- the listees -that St It's' a long lane that has no turn, and this wise old adage ap. piles to the pcllltlcal Bltuation to day. For tho past year the Demo cratic party has been In disfavor with the voters of tho United States, and it was freely predicted that the RonilhlTrnn PmMdnnfldl nnmtnntlnn next, year -would be equivalent to an eieeuou. many ojomocrauc leaders concedod this, saying their own party was unpopular Just now be muse of. the great unrest following the war, high cost of living and other causes for which the party was blamed but really was hot re sponsible. During the year the Re publicans gat back and chuckled and all was lonely In tho ranks, but now the turning point of 'the lane has been reached and all is not a) Joy ful. When it came tc choosing the Renubllen.n PrpesItlMitlnl nmnlnoa fnn. llor hfrnn in RiiHnf nn nml .aha. tition of the fight between the Old Guard and Roosevelt Is now being staged. Gen. Leonard Wood Is tak ing tho Hough Rider 10J0 and has stolen a long load on .tho Penroso Lodge factions, and in a. poll of the House and Senate Wood was an overwhelming favorite with the men who keep their ear to the ground and reflect tho sentiment of the Re publican machines back home. The eM Republican horses have begun to attack Wood and the fight i on Wall Street, the big Interests and me UHt uuard agalnet Wood and the Roosevelt "followers, ttow here's where the Democrats will be able to sit up and tak nour"- It(nl4)nt flan... WTV.rt.1 i.i a AnM,u.l.t wrv Pfertdtfte should ,blBftt?d nwny vy asy Krone: sian KM omttieot, Weod aw M.red 3LD11 f Il5lt Afnihpll Tvitlk. TT,,a.t.ln xrM,. Albany, Ihd., andfjullus Algatln, Headquarters Ttetichment, Camp Zachary Taylor, werO the principals in a weddlncr at 7nVlrv.l rn,in. day night at the camp. Tho Rev. ranci3 .uonneiiy, Seventh Field Art nclating corgym is a niece of P: Clark, 906 East AlDanv. la a en- Albany High- Scl, graduate nurse Free Hospital, SEEING ( WOULD EXPOSE FAICBS. The attempt that is being made to federate and standardize tho vari dus charitable activities may accom plish, one good purpose. It will help to destroy the fake charities. Sonie of our timid folk ear that It will bring with it investigation of Catho lic activities. There Is just one thing that the churoh courts an in vestigation. 'The churoh has nothing to hide from the world. From tho day of her birth she has longed and n raved for lnvMsMrar.tnn shn i.n for nothing more etrongly than that nor doctrines and practices should be known. AM 'that ho has over asked of .the -world is the liberty of proclaiming the Gospel of Ohrlst. She asks for no privileges but only wi nuf-vy win-en as ner uod-gnven richL The church -f not nfrawi t-r crltlolem. The Catholic kmnrine .gUe -up Me hfo for flier. All that no jwk or tils fellow maa Is the tieht to nerve hUs Corl in iuum nn,i quiet. Ho does pray that those out side the church will investigate, but wants that Investigation, to be made In the right spirit. SISTERS IN RHTRBAT. The eight, davy retreat for the totew of the .Good JWiepherd. con- ww ujr .i iwr. i7Ber Antnrose, . ? t t oY$ft Stehtli and With tho the height and oth si cuts running visitors in New lnc Tlentv to DouLsvlllo nconin the rast nvoolr'-wtar E. Maggand. Mr. Surterlln. Afr nnH ker. Abo C Levi. V G. V. HolllsfAr r. James W. Monteam son, Capt. G. 'H tllly, R. K. Krav and J. S. Schwab. Au hanlaln of tho lj-y was tho of "ift brlclo. who ',d Mrs. P. T. V1 Hlrpftt. TJntv lCOrf .!, XT, ,l nd also a ioni "" Erli ia:a?- to4&?..at ' 4nf TivntiirtL-w ,rttCIty aro find- rF.i.H i a, ' moiuivu iiior uuu .iurz. d, Jirs. Frank J. .rs. G. V. Par- O. Harris. .1 N. Kavanaugh, J. T. Robln- rey, L. V. Cas- ,Fred Hoertor O'LEARY HIKING. Despite his fourfWre 3 ears, Dan UL-eary. tho grea'" walker of all time, is still stepj J gingerly over the earth. Dan spent the first of the weok liere and on Sunday took a numher of Louisville friends on a thlrty-flve-mlle Jaunt into Indiana, covering the distance in eight hours and ten minutes. O'Lcary soon will go to tho Panama Canal and walk across the isthmus and back. He apparently is as active-" as he was when hero many years ago. RECORD FOR NBW ALBANY. Chairman Arthur Greftoire, J. Na ber and Miohael Stelnert, Jr., of New Albany Council, Knights of Co Jumlbus, are conducting a gucceaeful membership campaign, and It is ex pected that at leasteventy-flve can didates will be received into tha or der. This will 'be the lacKest class ever received into New Albanv Council, now" one.ofthe most active In Indiana. The Initiation will take nlaco the latter txjrt. of thia month and nvill be ah elaborate affair. Large delegation .from -LouIsvllleT Jeffersonyllle and other cities will urns!, m uib ceremonies. MANY IIKAH THB.M. slonarieri, Father Alphoneua and Father Miehaol, have been at New HAyen, giving a mitelQa In the 'iAWryTzs. tor. The attendant lis a hun tha lars-flit ru bnntvti .bau v. rhurch being crowded every' night wiw peupte eajrer o irrear Tne ein quentJ.,PavIolBi, Tomorrow the mliMioil Wfl alOMt Hriti ih Psna,1 bleslnr. - GOKR KAST. -- Zl --- 'rwr-MmrmWt W . ., ii raewj jnonum-w erai hwm,. ift wew yorK. tufiiMiMP THamidirtt KmAtal wouifi like to mar Mm, t w"n. . P"P My' uJnLhmttAjU lOHMimc f their Roosevolt over tho heads of many others. .During tho war bo obtained a reputation as a Ipader of the sore head squad that were busy criticis ing our part In tho war and lending no practical ihelp. The American people will not stand for a grouch or grumbler and Wood's conduct uunng tho war would handicap his candidacy, and the .plea for sym. pathy that he wasn't sent over be cause of tho Democratio administra tion would bring tho retort that Gen. Pershing did not want him, If Wood U beaten by the Old Guard then you can look for a repetition of .Roosevelt's performance, of sulk ing in nis tent or openly opposing tho nominee. So it can bo seen that the future of tho Democratic paity Is not such a gloomy one, and the only obstacle in tho way of a quick rejuvenation is President Wilson. The Democratic jiarty lias suffered uvo uuicnis now nccniise of follow ing Wfcon'g policies Mindly and it is nppnrcnt to cxcijone that new lead ers must be put forward, l'rpildent Wilson's course t tlio 1'nrls'conler enco killed lilm ns n leader and tlio IIinlolKv of flin Amirlcrm iuhm.1,. ... ilny m-e Mtteili- opposed to liN close relations i Itli Englnnd. Tlio Leaguo of Nations is not fa vcred horq, as tho election evori' whero testify, despite the claim of tho Blsham preps. In tho recent flection Gov, Black, the Democratic nominee, was as sti ong a man ns we have In .the Democratic partv, a clean, steralghtforward gentleman of ability and Diwnr. vw im no ,i- fentctl becnuho of tlio-lioaguo of Na. iioiu, uio liquor uetioii nnd labor troubles being minor is'ues. And right horo it might be said that if Thomas Jefferson had been alive and tho nominee of Kentucky Democracy he would have been beaten Just as badly via llov THtsvlr I.Artn.rA ,. ,i.tM Issue. The Kentucky Irish Ameri can has received opinions from dif ferent parts of the State and while they mention different causes for the Republican landslide, the chief cause attributed is tho League of Nations Dnltr tnrlnv o vnt.,.!.,'... ,. Xeltchfleld, an actryo Democrat of ioug eianaing, cites tho same fact, and says that ho would not support Woodrow Wilson for School Trus tee. Democrats by tho thousands voted for Morrow, Ballard and the Republican ticket, expecting an In ferior iStatjB Government thereby, but who Tvore, bitter against Wilson Tor his surrender to England. Sum ming It atup, Kentucky Democracy must' look jo the future and sand men to the national convention who will think and act for themselves and ignore the dead and beaten poli cies of Wilson. In that way the party can hope for awakened inter est and. success. Many expect that te Republican' State admlnietratlon -will only be a parallel of the local misfit "reform" government, and if such develops woo be the State. Taxpayers frwn, nil parts of the eity have been kick ing like eteera thte fpat ten dys be cause of the ratee in awesements. the notices of hMcIi were held h until .after election day, as Cheq Searcv. the Republican bosi and our real Mayor, is not overlooking any bets In fooling the public. Increases have been sent out rijrtit and W wd-thev say the N-O, 4. the famou. z-pvem theocean plane, beat It oul ton few Jt would be taxed for It iay. Nir Mayor Smith broke an thr record, and nrohab'v a record (or & entire QtWted 6ttw, as- clcancr, motor boat house and an Impossible system of garbage gath ering. Rapid changes in waste boxes were alro a feature and the latest in this line is painted like tho big mail boxes and thereby hangs a tale. Two cf tho Keystone police Wtsre wrestling with one the other day out on Fourth street, dumping tho waste out and sorting it all over the pavement. Inquiry developed that one of tho rural policemen was fooled by tho semblance and had deposited a letter for the folks 'Miack hum" in tho street waste box. thinking it was a receptacle for mail. Thi3 la eure a dirty -trick on our comedy cops, who aro ont ex pected to bo up on tho way3 of a big city after a. residence of a short whilo. Here's another handicap to the Keystone police. In a Police Court caso recently one of tho "hick" cops testified that he made the arrest at Preston and First streets, although these streets run parallel and are three squares apart, Here's another. A woman traveler comlngVrom Central Railroad Sta tion Ollt Spvpnth ntropt nfpontnil nnn of our noble guardians and sa'd she wanted to know the way to 'Cocll Courts as sho was a stranger here. Tho Keystoner replied: "Lady, you haven't got jo. gol domed thing on me, as I am a strangei here my self." Here's a funnv onn In thn Wornlrl of Thursday which oucht to have been labeled "wit and humor." In dlscuaMng Chief, Petty' schoc.l ses sion tho Horald said: "Building in- BnCCtOI' Koroll Klinkn of Hm luillilfii.r code In force in Louisville, and in connection iUli that told the police men that Haimirabi, King of Baby- iuii; proinuignreu a law nccordliiu to which the death penalty nualted tho contractor uho had built tv House ulilch in collapsing kilcd tlio OUIlcl'." Can von linnirlnA rait- hlo collection of Keystoners listening to a tale of HamurabI, King cf Baby lon? Tho speaker was sure shoot ing away over the .heids of the comedv cops with that line of tnlk. Old King HamurabI was jure a stranger to tho ranks of the ox-mo-tormen and ex-crfhdiictor in Ma audience. Building Inspector Koroll must be a stranger" in our midst or either he i a flret-class "kldder.'' Y. M. O. A. and lt Libraries Are AcUvo While Catholics Are Negligent. Larger Cities Present Problem Ror- dered With 'tho Horrors of Bolshevism. None Can Excuse Themselves From Duty of Giving Proper Guidance. PLAN L1Y WORK OUT JLU'PILY, .. s "YANKEE PRINCESS." Th...TfiffiwwnrL .TIiAbIop onnna ftS? day iMSwoRjwltbj a high claRa mu- t.wnmtmmmm. "A Yankee '--TTa1 mriilnir of tk edde Stftlkw place Ie I.. eHy i'iww. well be nroud -arid one wihlph will "ha certain to provide visitors to tho new edifice -with a distinct surprise by reason of the metamorphosis which hns been worked in tho place. Tho interior of tho house has been done over tn hlnn nn,l whlt tulih touches of coral and gold and with carpetings nnd hangings in rich and viviu tones winicn Diena with tne generai color scheme. Myriad lights have also been installed in the place and beautiful effects have been aonleved in tlio masking of tho blubs in silk shades of pastel stones. The spaciousness of the Jefferson Thea ter admits of a scale of prices re-, imirKUtnn lor L'neir rpnaonnninnnna The- range Is .from fifteen to fifty cents for matinees and twenty-five to seventy-flvo at night, with war tax included in those figures. "The Yankeo Prlncos" la il nrnilnnllnn nr the Broadway revue type, featuring cwuvi vjuuujt, quo oi ine oest Known comedians in musical comedy, with Virginia Lo Roy, Doris Canfleld. Johnny Gllmoro, Harcld De Bray, Charles Le Roy, Jennetto Lewis, Joe Boggs. Ernest Ellison and others, backed by tho La Salle beauty chorus of twenty girls, making up the roster of entertainers. INTENTION FOR DECEMBER. Tho Decemfoer 'intention of the League of tha Sacred Heart will bo "tho Conversion of Unbelievers," ceitTvlnly ono moot timely a't this period of unrest and uncertainty. Owing to the strike maintained In New York City, it will not bo pos sible for t"he League Leaflets nnd the Messenger of tho Sacred Heart for December, published by tho Apostlc shlpof Prayer, to reach the centers fof tho usual promoters meetings. But they will be senfr without delay as soon as off tho press. LOVED WOMAN?" "Tho .most -loved woman'Mn -tlie State of Misjouri" Is the way Mrs. Blake L. Woodson, of Kansas City, was introduced at tho State conven tion of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held at Springfield. Mrs. Woodson has always shown an in terest and activity in local Catholic charities. The strange gill working In tho city 103 never knocked In vain at her door tot help, advice or sympathy. She is largely responsl- Kin tn 4!isv a .. n I m, ..f 4 1. ...,..t. Glrfs' Hotel. CONGRATULATIONS. Col. John McAteer, one of Louis ville's pioneer citizen, fa celebrat ing .life ninety-first birthday today, havrair "been horn Novmhnr 22. 1828. Col. McAteer Is " eniovlne good health, and his host of friends are predicting that he -will be with us nny more years. i i FATHER O'CONNOR. News Irom Riverside, Cal Is that Rev. George M. Connor, pastor at CR. WUHom'B chureh until he west to 'he Far West for his health, is im proving and he to .able to be out. ther Connor is now acting rector p St. Francis de Sales' church dur rng the absence of the paetor on a Tacatiom. PRAY FOR THBM. 'Keen nryin for the Poor Seals uring November. IThey never for ?t their besef&eters. Because f tho many changes nivugni an tne cnaracter or our pop- uiauoa oy me wonu war it would bo practically impossible to estimate tho number of foreign-born in this country who aro not Anioiican citi zens. That thie number is astonish ingly largo may bo taken for grant ed. Tho national Amerfcankatlon plan recently launched presses that conclusion. Tho larger cities of America pro-rnt a problem which Is bordered with thm linn-nro rr -nt. shevlsm. Wo have not made Ameri cans Of tho AHmnlnna nn1,Ant..-. Slovacs, Moravians, Sileslans, Greeks, Hungarians. Italians, Jews. Sorblans, Croats, Slovenians. Lithuanians, Poles, Roumanians, Russians, Span iards, Syrians and Ukrainians who fcavo been residents of this country for yeais. The consensus of opln iion seems ito ho timt tiv n,r .i. cumscribed by, the work they do and the cnurch they attend save fcr the somewhat helpful work of the Y. M, C. A. and tha nculutnnm ...T.tHU their eons and daughters obtain for mum irom ine puniic library. This Is a charge brought by Mary Antln (herself an immigrant who fought tho uphill battle to Ameiloan citi zenship) In her bcok, "They Who Knock at Our Gates." Americana have been went fondly to cherish tlho fulsome phraso. "Land of Op portunity," yet hundreds of thou sands or .foreigners never learn that truth, never realize- what It J to be really an American, never enjov thia advantages which tho United States' offers- them 'so plentifully. Trrelo .'wine ouenumea come from the same locality in Europe asi our an- Jy, jay i-wonship at Ihe meaHar; yet. we permit them tw tWNMalMiButg airii, mm aM;JMi.i. Wifilo Catholic agencies have been woefully lax in measuring this prob lem and supplying tho remedy ot AmoniCanlzatiloTi tho nt- ,..ii.. like Y. M. C. A. and tho nnhiin li braries (usually "teaming" it) havd been dointr mioro -thnn ht .. making cltllrcns. Tho Y. M. C A night classes enable tho foreigner to learn English, thus overcoming tho Hrst and JTivMatoat otvctnviy 4 - i i. of tilings American; make h'im ac qualnted with Amrrlican procedure along Ihtealth, law, school and olvlo linos, thus removing the monaces of affright and distrust; get him in touch with social, civic and religious agencies from -which lattor diffdenco !?a.hvue se11 Wm to stray. Thd pu.J,ciibrar,es Provide tho foreigner with his natlvo paperc, with books in hJs owti languago, sicivo a thou sand aild onn huaintwio nn.li - . pollUcal problems for him, mako i.i lvei ". l inoro 13 really some thing about this strnngo and new America which Is meant for service not demands, which is not so bard to understand offhand when ac quaintance (has been rightly made. nT,?0, Forler-u Government has opened a naficmiwldo Amerlcanlza' tlon echool which will fall unless all ore ready to help. The timing ot the plan is late by Lwenty-flvo yeare, but it may work out happily. Edu cators throughout tho country, social wwoC,CoUl,r(Vs,0U3 organization" were asked t provide teachers. ,ha3' c It would bo intereating to know Just haw generously Catho Ics have extended their help! The Xr evu of, thIs art,cI kow3 that Cathollo laymen and womon. with !;roJ?iandumV?n? and no Pressing de mands oh thir nrMA. ..JtT Places have played tho part of "stony Cround" m.m? nuu,,i 41,. j .1 silence. Thousands of those they have, hpfn ocli-v,i tn m. . jl,j cormllglonigts; theso-they Jiave piU- .i.j iciiuiii.cu xo remain stranger In a strange Jand. Would the for eigner be SIS cold a hoat Hn n1 ,m country? " """ Yet tho task is an urgent one, es pecially urgent in view of tho efforts of radicals of vn.riottc eirinA. i ij the ignorant astray, to commandeer mo iuitv represen'eu uv the immi grant Into their own ranks. Tho times are critical, nmi cnm nf ., movements Into whloh tho Immigrant TOius uritn are mimical to the ftoundatiens of our Republic ind of the Social or.lor na ii-i.ll IIaa.. ..4 only guidance, but pcoijer guidance .- ".--.J -.;, uuu. n9no can excuse themselves from tho duty of elvina iOlCll KUldance to thn full ...n!; .. their time, means and abilty. Cath uuiB musi snare in tnis work. OB, of C. V. PAULIST CHOIR COMINf t. l One of tho pivui to.t nt .v.-. ..-, cal treats cf tho "winter wilt be the Paullst ohcir of New York, former y of Chicago, hlch has won a nation-wide reputation and is in great ......, 4j wm ue m juonisviiie December 11, under the auspices of the Knights of -Columbus. There are forty buva In inc. nt.nl- -.i ill ty-flye men. The nrlnclnal tonor SOlOiSt VMI be .Tohn fflnn.... St. Patrick's nith,iri -.i..."u there will 1. v.ni uZ' ."..T,J?" Bein in the nature of a pre-Cir!t- ,in u ""J , "Aaepie ridelis" will be rendnrArl wtt .. .i.i... nnd oherut The Knlsrhta Ivdm . make tWs a beneit for ttiJr edu catioeal fund. fcjJMWrf ,'$ C Jiw-t ' t j J. 4t 'J -e '4.' W2H.-..' -T" !.?-...?& j1 Je. nlt