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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1917. of the buildings aro made, indicate that everything necessary will be sent on in a fow days. This will include .benches, chairs, stationery, library books, periodicals, wiLjsxairrvmvtnummm'Tr'yi'Ki'y'emun'vnm nm unw rm i MAM.Y.THANWHS SCREENS Midebj Dow Wire & Iron Works Will Protect Yob PRICE FIVE CENTS. TEARFUL Untruths of the Aurora Menace in Contrast With Ileal Facts. Careful HAVE HOPE ItflMSKiHSBHMHIMNMHHJKiEliHHlH Hm Inquiry Exposes- - Horrible Story in That Sheet. of magazines, papers, desks for Secretary, confessional, etc. Nothing can be done in the absence of Instructions from the committee at Washington, and tho local council has its hands tied until such advices are received. Tho buildings at Camp Zachary Taylor were finished ahead of schedule time, and the peoplo are asked to be a little patient. In this connection the following letter received by the Grand Knight of Loulsvlllo Council Is "Washington, 'D. C, September 17, 1915 Mr. John P. Cassllly, Louisville Trust Co. building Dear John: Replying to your communication of the 12th to Mr. Durbin, would say that It will be a week or two 'before we can equip- the buildings at Louisville with benches, - Irish Convention Reassembles nt Cork nnd Makes Tour of City. . There Was no Opposition on the Part of tho Slun Fclners. Speeches of Ulster Lcndcrr Were Its Great Show Indignant Sympathy Meets With Chagrin. VICTIM A Friendly and Indicate Peace. ALLEGED MAGDALEN a lecrultlng Pope's procuresses agent for the sweatshops of the Pope, bettor known as Houses of the Good Shopherd." According to the Menace "she was detained here for eight years, nor was ever heard from by her affectionate mourning parents, all her letters to them were In the confiscated by the nuns. convent she was Good Shepherd held In slaery, had to work in the laundry, was put to lied without food enough to satisfy the appetite that tormented her every hour After of the long toilsome day. working herself to death her frail body broke down under the mental and physical strain. Finally she fell victim to the grimmest of the gilm, the dread white plague!" Then of course hte thrifty nuns were glad to escape the expense of a funeral and "shipped her to another dupe of the system, a Roman Catholic fanner near Muskegon, where she continued to receive treatment in keeping with that which had brought about her ruin." Here she was finally located by her fond parents, who "made haste to give her the care of which she had Another so long been deprived." kind relative Interested a Rev. F. F. DeLong, of Freemont, Ind., who was lecturing at Greenville. The leverend philanthropist took up a collection to provide the poor child When the child with delicacies. died there were the usual flowers, tears and oven a public funeral given by "many mourning friends who had been attracted to the sufferer toy knowledge of her unhappy experiences." This is In brief a resumo of the melodramatic expose of the Menace. The truth, ascertained by careful inquiry of those who knew her for eight years and followed her subsequent career as far as could be, Is briefly the following: Anna Simmons was adopted by Mrs. William Cummlngs, of Muskegon, Mich., who had her baptized in the Catholic religion and kept her till she was thirteen years of age, when on account of waywardness she was brought by the Sheriff of Muskegon to the Good Shepherd Convent of Grand Rapids on September 9, 1906. Here she remained till her majority on May 16, 1914, when a good situation was found for her with a family at Conklln, Mich. Here she was treated as one of the family and was contented and happy. On August 16, 1914, she called at the convent to tell the Sisters that she had been Invited by her uncle, living near Chicago, to come and live with him and that sho was bound for there. When she left the convent in May and when she visited the nuns In August she was In the Her horror for best of health. the institution can not have been so real, else why the visit? A few months later she wrote to one of the nuns telling her that she wished to return, that her uncle treated her unkindly and that she was feeling unwell. The nuns sent her a warm winter coat, after having provided her when leaving with a full outfit of clothing, underclothes, working clothes, dress and $5 in money. Two letters from her furnish interesting commentaries on the tale of the Menace, Wo give but such excerpts as are apropos. These letters were written to the nuns. "Well, my friends were the mothers. When I was In the class (penitents) I was a happy girl, but did not think so. Well itow I do, for 1 am having a bad time of it. My mother is writing to me all the time tor me to come and live with her, but she will not get me." And again: "I have got the coat and so glad to get it. That was so good of you, mother, to do that for me, and I thank you. Well, mother, do you know I have got a letter from my mother and she wants me to come and live at her houso, and she said to come right away, but I will not. Before I do, I will live with the pigs." One of the fhniates who returned of her own accord to live with the nuns at Grand Rapids tells of free The Menace of September 15 regales Its readers with a lurid tale Tubercular of entitled "Horrors Death Ends Long Years of Servitude In Papal Slave Pen!" Without giving any attention to such trifles as dates or accuracy the artlclo In question details with a great show of Indignant sympathy and all the paraphernalia of rabid Indictments the career or one Anna living with her Simmons, who mother and stepfather In Muskegon, Mich., was spirited away after she had left homo to look for work or, as the article tells us, "while wandering about the city In quest of work on the fatal day of her Anna met one of the anti-Cathol- ic ... be-cau- so ing Anna Simmons on the streets Micn.j in reoruary, of JxcKsob, 191C, axd that the child looked chalfs, player pianos and phonoNINETY graphs. And as o tho literature, DELEGATES PRESENT will say that this will be taken care of also by voluntary contribution from our members, also by the subscription for tho leading Catholic The Iilsh convention leassem-ble- d magazines- nil to be handled from at Cork on Tuesday, tho this office. Note the concluding members being the guests of the paragraph of your letter about your Harbor Board at luncheon and vishands being tied and 'being unable iting local factories and places of to move backward or forward. We Interest. As many of the Southern expect to close contracts for our and Western delegates were never equipment, including furnaces, In Belfast beroro until the conven-to- n within a few days, and tho buildvisited that city, so somo of ings at Louisville should be in full ' FLAG. ON WAR FRONT. BIG MEN OF FRANCE AND ENGLAND PATRIOTS tho Northern delegates never had swing in about two weeks. You Left to right M. Thomas, of the French Cabinet; Gen. Sir Douglas been in Cork. The Northerneis exThis flag of red, with blue center and white stars, Is hung outside have no idea of tho groat details themselves as delighted of homes where one or more of the family have enlisted for Govern- and numoious letters, that come Halg, the noted British commander ; Marshal Joffre, the beloved pressed ment service. Each star Indicates an enlistment. French leader, and the British Premier, Lloyd George, In a spir- with the decision to hold some of Into this office, "and will have to the sittings of the convention there. ask you to bo a little patient. Very ited conference on the Western fiont Though no definite arrangement truly yours, yet has been leached with tho veiy 111. When Anna began to "Robert G. Wulf, of nominees for office the motto of Ulsteimen, It Is said speak of her convent her mother that tho "Director of Construction." that party has been "no Catholic speches of some of their leaders, hurried her away. That Is the last need apply." Four years ago the couched In very eloquent and heard of tho unfortunate girl by Republican municipal ticket did not friendly language, have given good RECENT DEATHS. the nuns at Grand Rapids. An Ina single Catholic nominee grounds for hope contain of a peaceable teresting sidelight on tho whole Thursday afternoon the funeral for office In a total of eighty-fouapsettlement. There was tearfut recital of the Menace Is an Republican ticket prehension of oppositionsome tho to Item In the Grand Rapids Herald Throng Knights of Coliimhus of Mrs. Bridget Bairett was held Local Campaign Embittered hy and today the with tho same number of nom- convention on tho part of the Sinn at St Patrick's church. Mrs. Barof Saturday, August 25, where we tho Injection of Ucliglous Auditorium at Mass on rett was seventy years of ago and inees pontalns two Catholics for Felners of Cork, but John McNeill are told how an action brought by for a long tlmo had made her. home Alderman and a father and son for and Arthur Griffiths, the Sinn Fein Prejudice. a certain Mrs. Flelschman, of SagSunday. at St. Helen's, from where the reLegislature and Constable re- leaders, urged their followers In inaw, to secure the release of a mains were brought to tho chapel spectively. On the other hand the the city to follow tho example of certain girl named Freda Tunis of Dougherty & McEHlott. Republican ticket is filled too their Dublin compatriots from the Good Shepherd convent with bitter Catholic haters, the convention alone. Sir and let was dismissed when sho herself was Hear Eloquent Passionlst Mis.Question Brought to the Fore hy leavy who have grown gray Bertram The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth and c. A. Wlndle, iien brought to court and testified that of the Zinner, wife of Leo Zinner, was Two Lending Protestant waiped In tho A. P. A. movement. University CollegePresident was host sionary Preach Sermon of sho was not being held against her of Cork, held yesterday morning from St. The biggest (Republican meeting of to Sir Horace Plunkett, Chairman will, but wished to join the nuns Advice. Citizens. Ann's church. Deceased was thirty-seve- n last week was held In an A. P. A. of the convention. as a Magdalene. She is now a years old and succumbed hall, and yet despite all of these About ninety delegates attended member of the Magdalene comWednesday to a lingering illness at facts Mr. Bruce says it is strange the first sitting at Cork, with Sir munity at Louisville, Ky. Was tho her homo In Coleman's addition. Catholics are so prominent in Horace Plunkett in tho chair. At chagrin over this last proceeding Cause of Delay of Formal Open- Besides her husband sho leaves ono Good People Amazed ntDcliher- that opposite political party. the the wellspring and inspiration or the luncheon given by child. While going Into figures and sta- Board Chairman Plunkett the Harbor ing of tho New Camp ate Attack of Attorney the sad story of Anna Simmons? and other tistics Mr. Bruce should have called delegates spoke C. B. of C. V. guardedly, ibut W. Jasper Wlialen, aged Building. Bruce. attention to the fact that Catholics hopefully, of the convention's prosdied Monday at his homo, comprise 40 per cent, of our army pects. 3331 Westorn Parkway, leaving a An automobile plant INITIATION PLANNED. and navy In the present war, which erected by an American concern being wife, Mrs. Minnlo telster Whalen, was Is double more than any other re- one of for whom is felt much sympathy. the points or Interest At the meeting of Division 4, A. A BLOW BY MANY CITY PEOPLE Deceased was TO LOCAL PROGRESS ligion, and if these men are willing during the afternoon's tour visited ..borrtin . (Nelson O. H Monday evening It was de- VISITED pf the to shed their 'blood and sacrifice city. county, but for a number of year cided to have a big initiation in their all for America's Institutions was with J. P. Dant at Ninth and Bertrand Hall on the evening of Wednesday the delegates sailed their religion should be no bar to down the River Bioadway. Tho funeral was held October 22, and T. J. Langan will Lee and out Into holding office. On tho other hand begin rehearsals of the degree team The Knights of Columbus build- Thursday morning at the Church the Atlantic ocean, Bigotry of the woist type was many of Mr. Bruce's present as- of Cork dropped where the Mayor next week. President Tom Lynch ing at Camp Zachary Taylor was of Our Lady, Rev, Father Connlff a dart into the celebrating the requiem mass. missed his first meeting of tho Injected Into the local political cam- sociates are members and followers water to indicate his jurisdiction with soldiers Sunday pastor de- as tho of the church whoso year, having ibeen on tho sick list thronged If not paign this past week, Admiral of the port. Following an illness of a compli- squelched in some wayand this past week, Vice President John morning when the religious servbids fair nounced the United States Govern"We are getting on, and all we J. Barry presiding and James T. ices weie conducted and was evi- cation of diseases Miss Catheilpo to see a revival of the A. P. A. ment from the pulpit a few weeks want Is a fair opportunity to perMcTlghe acting as Vic President. dence of the preponderant number McGrath was released from earthly days of 1895, and a blow to the ago, going so far as to advise his form the work for which we were pay congregation Plans for securing illustrated slides of Catholics who are offering their suffering early Sunday morning at happiness prosperity of the to tho draft. to This no attention appointed." 8aid Sir Hornrn Plnnlr. is the same ett, of Irish historical scenes In connec- lives and services for their country. hor home, 1800 Eastein Parkway community. and reStrange to say, Ohaiiman of the Irish conven tion with initiations' were discussed The Rev. Father Cyril Mels, C. P., Misu McGrath had a wide circle of ligious question was brought the the class who aro now skulking about to tion, at the luncheon given the by W. P. McDonogb, Thomas friends, among whom with her death fore by two literature and members of tho convention tum. priest stawho is a missionary Mark Ryan and County Presi- tioned at Sacred Heart Retreat, caused a feeling of profound sor gentlemen, Judge s Alex. Protestant stickers, the latter advertisement day. P. Hum being originated by an said Sir dent John Hennessy, and steps will celebrated mass and also delivered row. Surviving her are three sis phrey East End Horace, "The convention," hope for the Democrats and At- undertaker, "has made me as I ters, "Mrs. H. A. Moeller, Misses bo taken to secure these pictures. the sermon. tho official in that never hoped He said in part: Repubtorney Helm Bruce for the before that I shall live Virginia B. Dave Rellly, choir leader, plans to capacity in burying the patriots (?), to "Every Catholic knows that his Grath, and and Blanche A. Mc- licans. At the Democratic camsee a change of heart out of three brothers, Edward, introduce tho singing of the "Star origin is divine, and that he Is paign opening on Tuesday night the only grievance In tho community which a new Ireland Spangled Banner" at future meet- made to McGrath, the image and likeness of Williamofand Rodger of Works. Sec- Judge Humphrey in his address being the fact that he hasn't burled I hODO to hear all will be born. retary Trlnhninn cav ings of the division and advised tho Board Fuenough of them for tho good of members to brush up on that pa- God, little less than the angels. neral services were held Tuesday called attention to the religious local progress. As stated in the My country is thy country and In Shakespeare had a very high con- morning at St James church, of question and said that an attempt triotic melody. beginning, everything points to a me larger patriotism 'My God Is ception of man when he exclaimed v. men she had been a devout mem- was being made to arouse feeling dirty political campaign and all are thy God.' " piece of ber. with admiration, 'What a against the Democratic nominee for sorry to see Sir INJURY FATAL. that was Inaugurated plained Horace nalnstnklnirlv pv. work is man!' The ancient Greeks Mayor because of his religion and by two of our Itleading the citizens. surrounding objects of the secrecy came near the ideal; we moderns methods were Michael J. Doyle, a well known that underhanded Unconscious for more than sixty aro the workings of the rather getting away from It. member of the Cathedral congrega- being used to arouse prejudice. All Judge Humphrey's action can be hours at St. Anthony's Hospital, Three things are needed to give us mistake, while, sorry convention. "It has mado possible," tion, residing at 525 West Chestnut now agree that Judge Humphrey to say, to a can Robert E. (McGinty, aged thirty- - the ideal or perfect man, namely, there tbe no apology for he said, "tho utmost frankness and street, died Tuesday night at St. made a seilous mistake In referring Mr. Bruce's seven, who was Injured when an action, which was de- expression of opinion between the the physical, intellectual and moral Anthony's Hospital of uraemic pois- to the subject, as the automobile in which he was a pas excellence. liberate and will arouse prejudice members, which, If they knew It must be oning. And these e years campaign was being carried on by In quarters He was senger struck a street car and an properly was heretofore were to be made public, would not balanced. It Is Impos- old and had long been a trusted the same old motley aggregation of unknown. where it to say, electric light standard at Sixth and sible in many instances to approach employe Needless men of be expressed." of the Adams Express ComA. P. A.'s and all parties who admired and reThe Irish constitutional conferMain streets last Saturday night, to physical or Intellectual excel- pany. Besides his wife, Mrs. amount to their efforts would ence drags Its weary way died Wednesday afternoon. Tho lence, Tnit tho way Is open to all Doyle, ho leaves two sons. naught if no public notice of them spected Helm Bruce are amazed at along. still body was removed to his home, What stage of the proceedto reach moral excellence, and this John and William Doyle, and three was taken, which Judge Humphrey his present stand. ings tho delegates aro at it is im- 2511 Slevln street. Ho was a Is Mrs. John and essential of DOSSible to RflV. for nil Hw.tr ?. bollermaker at tho L. and N. shops, of the most Importantthe great ath- daughters, Mrs. John T.Shorred, of unfortunately chose to do. HowChicago; 'the three. Not ever wrong were his act and Intenliberations are veiled in the great and had long been a resident of letes, nor 'tho successful accumula- Red Lodge, Mont., and Coreny. Mrs. Fred est secrecy. But it is quite easy the West End, Besides his father. tions of millions, nor the mighty Cox, of Elizabethtown, and also a tions there can bo no apology ofto conclude that tho controversial Patrick McGinty; he leaves two captains of industry are the perfect brother, John Doyle, President of fered for the deliberate attempt of religious to a'rouse Helm Bruce stace has not vet been rpnrhprt. brothers, Albert and John McGinty. the St. Vincent Paul Society. else some mutterlngs of discontent The funeral was held yesterday or Ideal men. Far from it, if they The1 furreral was deheld Thursday prejudice on the following eeulng are lacking In moral excellence. campaign openat the Republican by either the advocates of partition morning from St, Cecilia's church. man is th"e true morning from the Cathedral. The true Ideal ing. or Its opponents would have Christian, faithful (to truth, his This past week thousands of reached the public. This question HELPS FOR RED CROSS. country and his God. Two things copies of the Menace, a bitter of Dartltion is the rruv nt tho are always needed to make up the paper, were situation and that It will be dls- Realizing the necessity of teach broadcast In Louisville, distributed Ideal man: Character and conduct. the entire poed or one way or another withthe In first page being devoted to an asTo nobility of character and to it ing dietetics, first aid to out a fight Is the very reverse of jured, elementary hygiene and sault on the Catholics of Louisville in alone the most brilliant men likely. As to the ronfrrnrA It. home care or the sick, to as many who dared to hold political positions Church and State owe their greatself there should be by this time the ness. 'JDo what is right and leave persons as can bo reached, with political some Indication of what has een Chapter of the American or even be connectednames aof Caththe consequences to God,' is a Louisville organization, the done. It has been In almost con splendid maxim to act upon and Is Red Cross will shortly open classes olic and some who AniMiot in tinuous Rfsnlnn nlnrn Its headquarters, 619 South weren't Catholics, being published followed by noble souls In dally at and with little nrellnMnnrv tUttt. life and conduct. Tho way to true Fourth street, where competent per- with comments on same. Just now culties to contend against should manliness and unblemished honor sons will give instructions or these the Menace is on trial for treasonnow be approaching the crisis of lies open to all, high and low, rich matters. Those who desire to enter able utterances against the GovernIts labors. poor. It leads by steep and any or all of these classes may now ment and tho editor has been barred and to the only reward register. Tho care of convalescents from lecturing In Iowa becauso of toilsome paths MAJOR RIDGE. worthy of immortal spirits. The Is as important as the actual nursing traitorous remarks, yet strange to of the men in field and base hos say Ideal man is the one who has a pitals, and it Is with Mr. Bruce quoted this Major Patrick .Ridge. Night Chief this In view noble spirit; one who loves honor, absolutely in his Police, of has been seriously that the classes referred to aro to speech organ Wednesday evening, truth, temperance, culture; one be established. in at his home, 1213 East BroadThe Welsslnger- - showing on who has a tender and what used to Gaulbert unit was recently added himself to be porfectly way, for tho past four weeks, be known as the old American rev- to the e sewlnjy units familiar with the Menace publicariom heart trouble. Though erence for womanhood; one who is which are now working for the Red tion. As an instance, tho Menace still confined to his bed there is faithful under trial and temptation, Cross In Louisville and its vicinity. said City Assessor John Buechel soino improvement in his condition, to every trust; one who dally grows Many womea are also knitting for Was a Catholic (which is untrue), which will be welcome news to his stronger in virtue; a true soldier, the Louisville chapter, making warm and Mr. Bruce echoed the same many fi lends. Major Ridge never guilty of a mean or dishon- articles that will be welcomed by statement In his speech. The Men-ic- e NEW PREMIER OF FRANCE. been In the police department has for M. Painleve, recently appointed thirty-si- x orable act." Andrew M. Sea was stated that years. He has served tho soldiers when the weather turns succeeding three terms as Night Chief, and is Piemler of France, During the day the buildings of cold. beaten In the primary to make a the Knights of Columbus, which place for Squiro Frank Dacher, a Rlbot ono of the most capable police ofare now completed echoes Catholic, and but not yet Mr. Bruce COVINGTON. ficers In the country. opened, were thronged with sol LEXINGTON. again, tho same train of thought diers and visitors from the city, October 7 has been selected as running through the' minds of Mr. WILL KEEP IRISH HOME. A long and well spent life ended the Diocesan Bruce and a publication on record QUEEN VICTORIA OF SWEDEN. and the general air of ease and the dav on which Mccomfort which pervades them was. Union of Holy Name Societies of as being a traitor to the Govern- Tuesday when Mrs. Margaret on The effect Cousin of the Kaiser, whose passed emigration is of tho warofficial Irish favorably commented upon. Covington will hold the celebration ment Mr. Brute told his audienco Laughlin, aged seventy-foufigshown influence with Sweden's Many Inquiries are being made to replace the annual parade and that Clay Hall. Clerk of the Police away at her 'home In Lexington. ures .Just published. in Emigration Government has caused a scandal. by interested persons why the open air of rally day, Court, was a Catholic, which Is un- All her life she had been active has almost entirely ceased. This buildings of the Knights of Colum- -' which were dispensed with because true. and prominent in Catholic church yiar for tho first seven months NOTABLE JESUIT. bus at Camp Zachary Taylor that of war conditions. The celebration Mr. Helm Bruce, as a well in- circles and was held In high es- there were only eighty steerage are novr completed are not open to will be hold In St. Patrick's church formed citizen, knows perfectly teem throughout the Blucgrass sec- passengers to States as Father Bernard Vaughan, S J.. the soldiers. The reason is because and members of the several branch well why there seems to be a pre- tion. Surviving "her are five sons. compared with tho United tho same year. Of the equipment for-- the buildings societies are expected to attend the ponderance of Catholics in tho Matt, Edward, John, James and period last year. 1,002 la 1,258 peris now in his seventy-firs- t Only his eight brothers six went to the has not arrived from the Commit- - special services and receive corn-te- e Democratic party, and that is sim- Deputy Sheriff Thomas 'McLaughsons went to Great as Britain altar, and alt his sisters entered on War Actlvtles at Washing- - 'munlon. They will meet in tho St. ply 'because 'the Republican party lin, and three daughters, Mrs. against 3.G4G last year. Tho reducconvents. He entered the Jesuit ton. Advices from the Misses Nannie and tion is attributed to the increased general Patrick school, and win march la locally has been conducted on an Arnal 'Baker and novitiate in 1868 and was oidalned headquarters at Washington, where procession to the church for the basis for the past Margaret McLaughlin, the latter employment afforded to women la in 1876. arrangements for the equipping mass, that will begin at 8 o'clock, twenty-Jiv- e all years. In the selection widely knovn as a writer. Irish munition factories. - SOLDIERS POLITICAL r, - fifty-seve- n, Kee-na- n, anti-Cathol- ic high-clas- anti-Cathol- ic sixty-thre- ol Mar-car- et anti-Cathol- ic office-holder- s, mud-gutt- er suf-rerl- ng sixty-thre- pro-Germ- an r, sen-Ice- s anti-Cathol- ic -- tSi BCBBMrcroKY K&NTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN; PUBLISH BD EVBRY SATURDAY. ! Wrii Awrksnasd CaeTuriU W Sefilil wtd V orel Officially Isdorwd by Andeat Osser HHriM, Yeae Mh' Icrtlrnr and CatfaoKe Kigtrt ol America. xjein ajmcerioai. "4 LJraceett Herman rOUftTtl AVEHUt Straus WCOXPOHArca sons '(J MARKET stmct WTUOKY IHIH BnOr4 $C!PTION tain-t- AMKWICAN PWINTINQ CO,, IflcoryotaU. Puhllahaf SINQLB COPY s PHICE, ONH DOLLAR PER YEAR 4 We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. tta leMf H4 P1tflc to Swn4-C- I rUtUr. all Omn.aaJcutfooj tw KiNTUCKY HUSH AMERICAN, JIMI W.l Qretn St. (firftADI OUISVIDLE, KY. jcou huC OPENS MONDAY SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1917 i l' which to live. Tho co3t of living has nearly doubled dining tho past Louisville and the surrounding two years. In very few Instances district hasbeen deluged with copies have wages advanced even half as of the Menace, the dying organ of much as the home expenses of tho the A. P. A. movement published worjdngrnan with a family. That at Auroia. In screaming headlines Is the explanation of tho unrest are that is now so prevalent. The unthe" Americans of Louisvlllo warned to be on their guard, that rest will not bo allayed by charging the city is about to he captured by it to disloyalty. Wages should be the Roman Catholic politicians, who adjusted as soon as possible to the will then, in turn turn it over to new conditions. A living wage is Names- of Catholic the- - Pope. the first legitimate charge on any COMMANDER-IN-CHIE- F FRONT, ON BALKAN OF THE ALLIES aro published and several business. Employers who recogGen. Sarral (at right), tho Commander of tho Allies' forces Protestant officials aro credited with nize this ha'vo no labor troubles. In the Balkans, with headquarters at Salonkl, accompanied by his being Catholics, while the police Others must learn to recognize it. staff officers on a tour of inspection of the Allied lines along tho front threatened by the Germans. fores and fire department, the MenMUST KM) THEM. ace states, are loaded down with the Despito the fact Green; Messrs. Ixuls Soeder, Joe horrid .Papists. COMING J3VEXTS. Soeder, Henry Anders, Fred Tucker, The Catholic Citizen is of opinion that these two departments are John Lipps, Ed Negley, Andrew among the most efficient in that one of the rearrangements rated as October 11 Fall social of Men's Westerman, Arthur Gegg. the country (the police department after the war must 'have reference Society of St. Ann's church in hall, to diplomacy Tho great conflict Seventh and Davlcs, afternoon and being given special mention by Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kelly, who were called here by tho death Roosevelt), the Missouri came about not merely because evening. 7 LaSalle Club en- of their brother, Charles L. Kelly, October patriot wants Romo driveni out of diplomacy was Inefficient, but also have returned their homo at and penny social, St. Sheridan, Wyo. toWhile hero they both. The Kentucky Irish Ameri- because It was mischievous. Its tertainment and St. wero with Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, Cecilia Hall, Twenty-fift- h following tribute: spirit was long decidedly ungentle-manlcan is paid the Cecilia. 70VElorence Place. although It always had the "The Irish element, for whom the October 17 Euchre pub- polished formula. In order to Okalona Enteitainment and lotto, notorious 'Irish American' Is Club, in John Tohill and bride, who was lished, evidently thinks now is the make the world safe for democracy Okalona Hall. Miss Bertha Royalty, will return we must have ' an end to .secret next week from their wedding trip time to rule everything instead of and will bo at homo in Terrace "understandings." dum- treaties and putting forward October 17 Euchre and loU Park. They weie married last week church, There must be less indirection and for St. Aloyslus mies to head the ticket." Holy Name church, Rev. John Hall, Shelby and Roselane, at But the humor of the whole af- more O'Connor 'performing tho ceremony afternoon and night. During the administration fair is contained in the same issue. of 5 October Annual mammoth Miss Lillian Kastner entertained While warning the American citizens President Roosevelt the expression of Trinity Council with matinee party at Mac s of Louisvlllo to he on guard on diplomacy" came Into euchre and lottoBaxter and Morton. auley's,a followed by a luncheon at club house, page another one a vogue. It slurred from the Euro in contains Klein's, In honor of Miss Helen Lilly, of Fairfield. Thoso present labored defense of tho Menace pean standpoint a certain- - brusque-nes- s jMaMaoc8SXHacaaax8CCTac8acK8Mo Lilly, were Misses Helen Clara patriotism and is hotly protesting of American diplomacy. Yet Graft, Lilly R. Warren, Marguerite against tho action of United States we perceive that there Is something Kastner. Helen Graft, Mary Frances d Secret Service Inspector A. P. Lllliari Sass, Dlscher, Marguerlto diplofar worse than "shirt-siev- e barring William Kystner. Parker, macy." And that is "back stairs editor of the Menace, from lecturing diplomacy." The latest Instance of Wednmrtnv afternoon the mar- In Iowa, tho Inspector charging thlB kind is that disclosed Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Carlln woreraBe of John F. Nuxol and Miss in were guests of Mrs, A. J. CarllnV Elsie Mae Kobsch, the attractive that the lectures' Argentina, where the Swedish Min- recent 11 to and traitorous daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max tho country. ister lent himself to the transmis- at Jeffersontown. ICebsch, was solemnized at the rec.There Is also a movement to bar sion of news to tho Berlin piracy Mrs. T. Roverman has returned tory of the Church of the Blessed the Menace from the mails because bureau concerning the dates of from a visit to Mrs. J. D. Cummlngs Sacrament, tho Rev. Father O'SuIll-va- n of its abuse of President Wilson and performing the ceremony. Both sailing of neutral ships, so that at Seymour, Ind. the Government, and against this bride and groom aro popular in the know early enough Miss Ella Nagle has been visiting younger set, and tho congratulations tho poor old Menace is fighting Berlin would her aunt, Mrs. Mary McCoy, at of ninny friends follow them into FIRST RACE AT 2:15 P. M. desperately. Still there are some where to find such ships and tor Charlestown, Ind. ADMISSION $1 00 AND ,$1.50. their new life. dupes who bolieve the Menace and pedo them. Could anything be more atrocious and at the same time Mrs, Charles Hunter has Its kind are true patriots. Falls City Handicap, Thursday, Oct. 4. VINGBXTIAN CONVENTION. Golden Rod Stakes, Saturday, October 6 snoaklng? from a visit to .Mrs. John Dugan at Bardstown. - . St. Leger Handicap, Thursday, October 1 1 Monday night a meeting of the Cherokee Stakes, Monday, October 8. WELFARE OP .SOLDIERS. Gov. Samuel M. McCall was reParticular Council of the St. Vinspent Miss Mary nominated at the (Republican past week as Cummlngs of Mrs. the cent de Paul Society made arrangeTIIK PKItFKCT OXK. was further explained by the CarThe first Bulletin of the ChapP. tho guest ments for tho meeting of the Sudinal that the recent examples of lains' Aid Association, organized primaries in IMassachusetts by a H. Welch at Taylorsville. perior Council here on October 12, She loved thiee men In 'her life Great Britain and tho United States under tho patronage of Cardinal vote of about four to one over time provdd conclusively that voluntarj Mrs. James W. Hendricks has re- which will bring to the city many Parley, has been received and makes Grafton D. Cushlng, who was tho Her father, her husband, her military service really 'gave tho necturned from a visit of two months to prominent Catholic men from all son; good reading. Announcing tho aim candidate of the Guardians of Lib- relatives in Now York and Atlantic sections of tho country. essary contingents for the mainGeorge tenance of public order, brft did Gillespie, a New York attorney, who And one she considered perfection and purpose of tho association tho erty and A. P. A. clement. City. Iow which do you think wa3 the not supply the monstrous armies Is President of the Superior CounBulletin says: one? Tho Associated Press says needed by modern warfare, and the This afternoon Misses Edna Lynn cil, and Secretary Edmund Butler, "The welfare of the American which tempted their governments Vatican authorities on Tuesday de and Frances Corrigan will give a also of New York, will be here. The Not her soldier and sailor who today aro husband of course. Though to make use of them. Therefore, consistmeu mw reruns mat i'ope uenearci 500 party in honor of Miss Gladys Entertainment Committee, she loved nirn; giving all to the service of our he argued, by the suppreslon Smith. ing of Edward Bosler, William Mc- of To her womanly eye" it was plain conscription big armies, great muDonogh and George Nabors, country is a matter of deep con- intended making proposals for peace will negotiations involving mediation by Deer assist the President of Louisville That he had many faults and short- nition plants and militarism autoM. T. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. cern for every American. Many comings; matically would bo destroyed, and Park, had as guests for several Particular Council, John A. Doyle, eocieties are engaged In caring for King Alfonso of Sipain. days Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes, of In .looking after the guests. Be- - And often they gave her great the energy and money consumed in physical welfare and aro do pain. their these ways could be used in paying sides the opening meeting on FriThe at hand for the Owonsboro. ing laudable and effective, work, Vft rlnna time isVlnnAMt off the hugo costs of the present day, October 12, there will be two T An. Cf Barry and Jennio meetings on Saturday, also open to Not her son. She excused all his war. Misses Edna Newcomers everyone of St r!tUal !80 branches to 'begin the winter's cam- - Nevltt, of New Haven, visited hero all foibles, members of the order. The twp be cared for. r"are the soldier Unless Hut ne'ertheless know them as them, and as attractive a palgn. Although we are living in last week, the guests of Mrs. Fan- meetings on Sunday of tho Superior PIIIKST'S CIiASSIC ANSWER. keeps himself morally and spirsuch. Council will not be for the mom-beprosperous times, still the poor we nie Cambron. lot of hats as Louisville itually fit he will be of no use to Miss Mary Nowman, of Hartford, of the order. This council at Indeed she oft fancied his fallings always with us. Miss Mary A. Donahue is at Were what made her love him so Conn., w.as almost disconsolate when presont consists of the Supremo his country. Even from tho view- have has ever seen. They're Ind., for a visit of several President, Supreme much. her brother wont off to war. She point of this world alono, then it is Fire prevention day occurs! Oc- weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Ernest preme Treasurer and Secretary, Susought the counsel of a priest, who light in weight just the the Presidents lmporatlvo that we care for tho tober 9. Cities, corporations, should T. Wedeklnd. of Metropolitan Councils from tho 'Twas her father. Though others sent her a letter that is clcse to spiritual well being of our troop3. give this their attention, and thus "thing to add the right being a classic. It followsmight flout him, fourteen provinces. Miss Dorothy Vance, who is atThe daughter no blemish could Shelton, Conn., August 31 And when we consider the dignity there will result great saving from touch to your new fall tending" Nazareth, was here to spend My Dear Mary: see; Our Catholic of man and his eternal destiny that fire loss. TKINITV COUNCIL. with her mother, Mrs. the week-en- d And often she wondered why other girls, by the grace of God, are outfit. In style they aptly duty is burdened with an added Ap. Morgan Vance. usually so brave as well as good Men weren't so perfect Trinity Council, Y. M. I is ineternal meaning. Every religious DON'T WASTE FOOD. that I dread to guide them. Their follow the authoritative augurating a season of much acDavid Winn, who has been serisuperiority makes me a nervous body has Undertaken zealously the DISARMAMENT NECESSARY. for its' lines decreed for fall; in dispenser of counsel. On Sunday, October 21, volunteer ously ill at his home, 414 West tivity and entertainment discover To spiritual care of their' members Next and , friends. Spring street, New Albany, Is now members From Rome It Js cabled that Car- one ln a passing distress simply Wednesday night, classes in gymserving In army and navy. value they lead all the Tho members of the various county eor- reported improving. accentuates my timidities and mulnastic w'ork will be organized, for dinal Gasparrl, the Papal Secretary tiplies my fears. Catholics of America are second ganizations will begin a others! canvass in every county and Miss Katlrerlne Sullivan, who which Charles Parsons has been se- of State, on Saturday emphasized Your Is but one more contn none. This bulletin reports the Press the views tribution letter literature that is born A 'handball to the Associated householders everywhere will bo was here for a visit to Mrs. Hen- cured as director. to a work of one Catholic society the asked to sign cards pledging themof and $3 derson Rivers, has returned to her court 13 also being constructed and of the Vatican renardinc a solution in times that are full of strife. It Chaplains' Aid Association." a large gathering is looked for. the rar by the suppression of makes clear how far Teaching Ib the selves to avoid wasting food and home at Versailles. Arrangements are also being made conscription, and also a joint com- horizon and how broad Is the sky to follow such general directions tor the victims of LAROR'S UNREST. Miss Cella Lavon, who was the for a mammoth euchre, lotto and mercial boycott of any nation which that encompasses the conservation of food as may guest It Is obvious, however, that of her sister, Mrs. J. T. Itiley, dance on October 24 and 25, which refused to disarm, the occasion be- war. be Issued from time to time by the 1379 Brook street, has returned ttf will be mode a special event for ing the publication in the Italia, of all the soldiers aro n6t in the Not in many years has labor the members, their families and Milan, of an article on tho peace trenches and that some of the unrest in this country been so United States Food Administration. Parkersburg, W. Va. Next Thursday night will plan of tho Holy See. It is evident rarest "heroes" wear braided hair friends. It is estimated thero marked aa at the present time. We families in Kentucky aro 551,152 Miss Julia Mooney, who was the open the dancing season, and mem- from the article that the Vatican and dwell ln lingerie. Battlefields and the leave out of account the I. W. W. average number of persons that each guest of Mrs. "Richard J. Schnh-innn- n bers not there will miss a good aspires to suppress German mili- may be geographically located, but Third and in. tarism by securing a peace treaty sacrlficially all of them jiave their agitation, which Is not n labor family is four, and upon each of at Meadowbrook, has returned time, permanent disarma- roots struck in countless homes requiring the movement at all, but a recrudes- these will devolvo the duty of living to her home at Bloomlngton, Ind. LARGELY ATTENDED RETREAT. ment of that nation. The Italia de- whose charity has been stabbed by cence of anarchy. Although they up to the pledge given tho Govclared that the Holy See, ln its call the departure of a son or brother Mrs. M. DcCoursey, of Highland call themselves tho IndustrialWork-er- a ernment by the head of the house- Park, had as visitors the past week Coats vary as much In length aa Services both night and morning for peace, out of a feeling of to the front. Tho thin line of batbelligerent tle consists not merely of brave they do In shaping. the of the World, tho aara-- Is only hold. The task will not be a diffi- Mrs. Ellen Morrlssey, of New York at the retreat for Catholic men pf delicacy toward boys clad ln khaJd, but of the red Now Albany at St. Mary's church powers, would not indicate practical a mask to cover their real activities. cult one, and If met conscientiously and Mrs John Ryan, of this city- Suits skirts are a trifle longer have been largely attended. Rev. means with which to obtain and courage Io the 'heart, teara on pallid man tnose of last season. Real workera have no affiliation and cheerfully the work of the Food Mrs. Joseph Pottinger, of Now Father Frldolln, who Is conduct- maintain disarmament, leaving the cheeks and prayers on tervent lips with, them. Administration will show some Haven, has been spending the past ing the retreat, 13 a pulpit orator nations to decide the means, but of gentle mothers and slaters at Serge, In navy or midnight blue results Immediately. will he the prime favorite. But quite apart from the unrest splendid thrown out la wasted. Food two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. of great force and eloqueifce. The Cardinal Gasparrl said the Holy home. Is la other words, Hats of satin are popular, especreated by this pseudo labor organi that Government has no desire to Ruth Mahoncy, at Highland Park. retreat will come to a solemn close See is convinced that among all the been drafted. MeetMary, you have The fach day tomorrow night. Both the retreat plans suggested so far the onlr a burning prayer, face bravely with cially ln purple shades. zation, there are strikes and ask Its people to deprive them tho Daniel T. Lysaght has returned master and the pastor of St. 'Mary's practical and possible one is the Girdles are to be worn extremely of strikes la every part of selves of whatever food they need; from St. Joseph, Mo., where "there are pleased duties of the hour, and leave all following: with the results. is dictate to Whatever may bo wide, six and seven Inches being the country. As the True Voice neitherwhat It intended to tho supply was a reunion with hid brothers, By an accord among the civil else to God. they do hidden well eays, it Is easy to charge this them have laid up. with ized nations, including neutrals, to you mayin tho filds of the future, preferred. Frank J. and ENTERED NAVAL ACADEMY. they They may use and also Harry Charles M.of Lysaght, be Satin Is to bo tho popular maLysaght, Kansas suppress obligatory military serv do ihicmor to certain that Tom will up to activity in this it tnomseives, sell it or give it away. the the drab James Burke Volt, son of Mr. ice, to institute an arbitration American soldiery, and colors ofmor- terial for fall, taking precedence country and to appeal to the work-er- a ah tnat is urged by the Govern City. over the taffeta. tribunal, and as a guarantee to di- r6w. whether we look on tho and Mrs. Alvln A. "Voit, of for him in to show loyalty to the country ment is that aa good food be people Among The fad for having the eyebrows and nephew of Postmaster rect a general boycott against na- the full gray shadowa of defeat or wasted. F. M. Sackett hae been journing the Louisville Springs soby keeping at work. But Jt does appointed Federal Food Adminisat West Baden the James E. Burke, has entered An- tions which again attempt to intro- see him come forth smiling In tho shaved down to almost a single line C, napolis Naval Academy, for which duce conscription or which refuse past week were Mr. and Mrs. It. seoms to bo growing. not explain the situation nor does trate for Kentucky. born white light that Wahking and son Viaeeat, JamM M. he began a preparatory course in to submit internatipnal questions to you may again beIs certain of victory, It 4iaye 'much, effect upon the 'worksweater is parthat your The Treasy, R. E. Fleming. Hugh C. June. He is one of seventeen In- arbitration or accept Its decisions, whon been faithful to ticularly ovor They are loyal enough In ORATORIO AT ST. BOXTFACE. er!'. Hayes, James M. uogera ana js. ii, diana boys in the largest class that a guarantee which Lord Robert brother will have which is a splen- the short smart skirt. worn white his God. All of many eaeea more loyal Uuuu' those Hi ever entered the academy, there be- Cecil (British Parliamentary Under did benediction, and therefore filled Under the direction of Prof. A Oftentimes women make themwho would question their loyalty-bu- t J. Mohlengraft the choir of St, Secretary for Foreign Affairs) has with" conoltlons. Sincerely, ing 740 in all. selves absurd with their huge bagta Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. fcreckel shown, have great benefits." wages hare not kept G. J. Donahue. their Boniface church will sing the ora announce the engagement of their and apparent absorption over their It was pointed out 'by the CarFAIRFIELD. knitting. with the advancing coet of living. torlo "St. Francis" on Triday alghtf daughter, Mis Mary Agn-Brecrel, Holy See had always dinal that the FOR WOMAN'S EYE. October rare tn Hnrv Kuasene Brewer. The wed which will prove Knitting for the soldier bovs is Faced with another winter, no limit musicals 5,treat. Mr. and Mrs. Stafford WcKenria, condemned the nefarious effects of work wag ding will take place in OotobeV. a worthy object, but all the women on the high com of living and only produced a few This ago by years of Fairfield, announce the engage- conscription aa a war breeder; that Furs trim many garments. the wno Knit are not devoting: their en a meager wage to meet, it, moot of Cincinnati May Festival AasocTa- refused daughter, The furriers predict a 'big fur ergies toward the boys. A delightful bowling party waa ment of tkeir McKonna, toMIm in its own dominions it had service, Jo- to use compulsory military Eleanor Ellufeeth them are desperate, we, do not Uon, the only time it has been Hi Yen at Grote' teat Tntuwday seaoon. Sweaters are as varied in style lv6a.Nl tiu'thta country. When oro- - n4got. Attended by tho foHowin: seph Bugene 'Pitt, of F!r field. Tho and that Napoleon had adopted this blame them for demanding wage J all and color as can be Imagined. The Wide belts are noticed on T. . .1. wedding will take pVaeo la the fall Wea. Conaeription, too Papal Sec Tl- MtM Loroo Horde. Minnie Hoff and will bo an oroot of lntoroot retary said, lod to many wan, the the new fall suite. newest ones are of wool in pink. ooinjplltt, TJuy mo Mt adldown to ring th traor rota. There man, BHtabefch "Woaterman. Franco ln ooloty eireloa thruuefcout tho iforernmonta always ha via roadr Muffs this seaoon will bo large yeuow, Burguoiso onblue, green and Potoltt. Oortrudo 9eha4ktf, Viola entire State. Cerise, and pull over the head, they lure only tfest at hand a fighting instrument. It and barrel shaped. later from ' will be ao admiMrion ofrargwd. Margaret PWlltpo,- Nettie POOR OLD MENACE. October 1st the: great - ofll-cia- ls LOCKHART MILL END 1C-1- y, -- non-Cathol- ic A us Gam-brln- SALE plain-speakin- g. 24-2- "shirt-sleeve- WlIT WAIT Sher-woc- SOCIETY. Churchill DownsFall Meeting! October 4 to pro-Germ- 8 Days' Racing SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY , -- HATS FOR FALL 1 , rs - as-h- house-to-hous- x $2 LEVY'S Mrket mut-U-fring- B pfo-.Qenn- - Jeffer-sonvlll- e, all-bla- jce -- 1....1-. N, f ,S. 1 '' "l-r- Tr !l GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 008Jf Director BOTr naJSZTTJC7ar HfclSil .AJ&I.IXO-AJ!:- - RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these eolums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Also Tallow and Grease. Funeral and Embalmed PHONES 810. Premises. 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Conducted by the .Xaverlan Brother Classical, Sclentlflo and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Lang Swim rain r Pool. Wall Bqulpped ajrwaa-duTvma Moderate, Sro, James, JMr, MINISTER TO NETHERLANDS. Hon. John Work Garrett, of Baltimore, recently appointed by President Wilson. HOLY CROSS CHURCH. One big lotto and euchre, for one night only, will bo given by the d ladles of Holy Cross church. and Broadway, next Tuesday night, to which all, are Invited. Following are those who will havo Thirty-secon- n, 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED Schmltt, Brocar, Baker, Klundor, Llnnemann and Daller. They have Goods delivered free anywhere secured a number of beautiful prizes for this occasion. within six blocks of our stores. DEBATING SOCIETY OFFICERS. Clean Grocery Stores, "ihe Best For Less' charge- - Mesdames Hollenbaoh, FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING W.W. Corner Fourth and JtffersM I.ISTEN Products of rarm, Tactory and Mine Have Doubled In Price But I Am Selling-- At the Old Price. AMERICAN HAVANA A PURE NATURAL DELIGHT .V deliclously rich, natural cigar llavor A good burner Direct from producer to consumer. Guaranteed puro from ull adulterations. To all parts package of the United States, parcel post, prepaid, 1- TOBACCO THE PIPE LOVERS LEAr BMOKINO 100 pounds, by 81.00 TOb. Onensboro. freight or expioss, $30.00 KENTUCKY SORGHUM Ky EXTRA FANCY HEW Pure and unadulterated Table Syrup. Crop Hush your prder In at Short once Our sorghum Is of a standard In a very few vicinities which K reduced ave a. white sandy soil that produces a superior golden color and mild flavor. Shipments will commence about October loth. PUT UP OX THE PARM 111 3To. 3 Sealed Cass 24 per Case $7.30 e Xo. 10 Friction Top Poll per Case 96.00 S Xo. 10 rrlcMon Top Fails per Caie 98.00 Save freight by ordering1 an eight bucket case as freight will not cost any more than freight for six bucket cases. Za Barrel lota, at 8O0 per trallon ia 88 RBd SO jralloa fcarrefe, F. O. B. Oweaafeoro, XawesvMle, Hartford, and Xoltcaaeia, Kentucky. WBJTB FOB CAR-LO- T FJtZCBS ADDRESS ALL. ORDERS TO Louis E. CaiTico fako A SOUTHERN DAINTY. Xaettevitle, Xetrtaeky all P. O. Money Orders Phllpot, Ky. on At the meetlnc last wpnk fit. Xavler's Literary and Debating Society olected the following officers for the .coming year: Edward Maz- - ntlH Aflll.n flTI llllf wlin VAmnln zoni, president; Henry Gambert, more or less Inactive because free Vice President: Mark Dugan, Sec- dom is denied to the land of their retary and Treasurer. Brother fathers. Thomas is Moderator. In a world wnr snMi no iva lin'u entered tho smallest factor may DANGER rOINT PASSED. decide for victory or defeat. It Is a phemonona of this war that the Mrs. Josephine Riley, Missouri rulers of every country in the avenue, Jeffersonvllle, who was combative alliances are ever vigshot a month ago while playing ilant regarding tho conditions existsoldier with a boy at her home, has ing in the realms of their allies. been brought back from St. Ed- We are now as much concerned in ward's Hospital, New Albany. At the Internal affairs of Great Britain first It was thought there was no as we are in the operation of the processes of law and order In Calichance for her recovery. fornia or in the Philippines. It has been stated with vehement logic FARRELL RETIRES. mat tne rates of Great Britain and Lieut. Edward Farrell, for thirty-si- x America in the present war are years a member of the local bound together In a common peril. coast guard service, was retired Any weakness which develops Tuesday on pension. Lieut. Farrell among tho inhabitants of one counhad a Splendid record in the serv- try ista menace to the safety of ice, and but for his age would the oth'er. The question of Ireland have been made Commander when therefore is not merely an English Capt. Gllooloy retired last month. question. It is an International question. The United States has as much right to share in the setRETURNS FROM RETREAT. tlement of this question as England The Verv Hot. T.lnntr Tlrnnn has. The world apparently Is in rector of St. nnnlfarn hna process 01 reorganization, and the been spending the past week at iubu peupie iorm a powerful part Chatham, Ont., where he went for of this world. The fate of Irehis annual retreat. Father Linus land can bo fixed in this House and will return homo the first of next the cause of the Allies rendered a Borvlce weok. far greater than can bo measured by tho wisest statesmen of our time. ELECTION BETTING, It has been said that America Since the primary "in New York will be saved on the fields of the betting odds on Mltohell have France, just as Pitt, the Earl of dropped from 3 to 1 to 5 to 4, over Chatham, said after Braddock's de$100,000 placed on Judge Hylan, feat that he would win America the Tammany nominee, at 5 to 8 n the sands of Germany, The 'being uncovered, while betting com- axiom that 'history repeats Itself" missioners predict that Hylan will Is presented once more to the mind In a most powerful manner, for bo the favorite next week. now the cause of freedom can be saved on the hills of Ireland. This RESUMES niS STUDIES. house, which has declared that the Felix Pitt, a popular resident of freedom of small nations was a Fairfield, who spent a pleasant va- thing worth going to war for, can cation wiCh his mother, Mrs. Sallle thrill the world with a new declaraPitt, left last week for Baltimore tion of Independence. And Juat as to resume his studies for the priest- the course of history has declared hood. that the liberation of the American colonies inSDlrM th INCOME TAX RATES. wnrld In the House of Representatives tho Hon. Joseph McLaughlin made the following plea for Ireland, and lu response to many inquiries it is Congressman Here given 1n full. McLaughlin spoke aa follows: Mr. Speaker, the resolution that I have Introduced in the House Is presented under the firm conviction that tho successful prosecution of tho war in which we are engaged makes action such as indicated therein an imperative need of the times. In offering the resolution I am prompted by an unshaken belief that its adoption, and its fulfillment In fact, would contribute tromendously to tve victorious issue of American arms in the war we are now waging. No observing man can be blind to the events In Ireland; to tlie unrest among the Irish race throiurhmit tho wnrM- - tn the disheartening effect of the re- tusai or mo uriusn uovernment to put Into immediate operation that limited home-rul- e act now on the statute books; and to tho alienation 01 minions 01 men who are loyal to the cause of freedom by heritage -- juice of three cupful powdered lemons; sugar. Slit down one aid of tb banana akin with a silver knife and slightly loosen the akin without crushing the fruit or loosening the skin at the ends, Make a syrup of the lemon, iuioe and powdered sugar. Pour around the fruit; close the skin again, and tie a piece of tiring ' around to keep from bursting. Bake twenty mlnut la moderate oven. Have more of the lemon syrup tmOr with a sauoe. and serf Six banana; one-ha- lf Under the new income tax rate that will have .to be paid under the war revenue bill married or single men making leu than 32,000 will be exempt, while of those making 12,000 to $2,000 single men will pay $20 and married men will be exempt. Those married men making 12,000 will pay $20 and single mea $40 and at that pro rata to 11,000. After that figure they are traded diffetyatly. tablish the magnificent system of lepuuiicnn government, so also will the liberation of Ireland fortify the faith of all free people In the eternal justice of the right of a people to govern themselves, (Applause.) The winning of the war is a mighty duty that arouses America. The Irish race has' prepared itself for tills duty and grasps the weapons for the oombat. But can not that race rightly ask, before its one go forth to die, "May not this blood be shed also for Ire x. Headquarters for FARM PROPERT HE HOLD HIS THRONE FACING THEM? us about anything In real tin Roofs Repaired and Painted estate. We sell, buy and rent In the cause of freedom cheer will rise that will be heard ISPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY, land?" 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Irish soldiers have melted In the around tho world, becauso It will toil West a roadway, Xy. Home Phone City 4464. blasts of death on every field on come from the lips of the Irish race this continent, They have never In every land where constitutional COMPANY REPAIR SNEDDON asked why It was theirs but to do Justice holds Its place, and from Hancock and Broadway 803 East Walnut Street and die. They have over been eager the lips of every people who wish Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, to servo as Americans, to bear the to be free. It Is, however, not a Wall Paper and Window Shados Former Foreman Overland Louisburden as citizens, and to guard question of conciliating the Irish ville Co, Room Mouldings, Picture Frames' Overland, Colo and Knight Motor with their lives the destiny of this race. The lives, the fortunes, the great republic. But they have honor of that race aie pledged to and Window Shades Made to Order. Cars Our Specialty ne.ver while doing their duty to America. But there are more powPhono City 6007 Home Phone City 2517. country forgotten their or erful bonds of fealty than pledges. their igin. ENGRAVERS With the high spirit of a There are more binding ties than proud race they ..have been proud those of birth, than oaths of al- C. ,E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY of their warlllfpdeeds "and havo legiances, than convictions of the MnaXICH ENGRAVING COMPANY INCORPORATED cherished the memory of those justice of a cause. Touch the deep ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS achievements which ' mark them as emotions of a race and that raco BLBCTROTYPERS a separate unit of tho human fam- will feel a deathless pride in havSOUTH WENZEL ST. ily. They can not forget tho ties ing been given tho opportunity of LoulsviUe, Ky MS W. Main St., of consanguinity. They can not showing its devotion to the cause Both Phones 4202 Home Phone City E674 break those ties of blood the to which tho country Is pledged. blood of its- sturdy manhood and (Applause.) CILVS. ANSON W3I. AUGUSTUS womanhood which has contributed Not only In the marts of comSuccessor to C. Molter much to invigorate the American merce, in the gieat cities, over the stock and to enrich the heart of wide plains of America will such BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Contractor of Excavating, AU this great commonwealth, through a declaration bo hailed with de- Special Attention Given Picnics and ConKinds of this contribution impoverished the light, but across the border Into Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets crete and Wrecking. land of their fathers. They can Canada, over the bush of Australia, 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. not forgot a line of tho splendid the veldts of South Africa, on the Homo City 2000 City 4803 S. rreston. 401 story of tho Irish In America dur- hills and vales of Ireland, and in Phono ing the last 200 years. It Is the the mills and mines of Great proudest page in the annals of tho Britain herself will the glad tidings HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Irish race. And as multitudes of go that tho American Congress, tomi JJIL r TTT youth youth or the Irish race ward which the yearning gaze of now assqmble for the conflict In the Irish race is now turned, has the armies and fleets of their spoken the words of destiny, and DIVISION 3. country there are millions who will that Ireland shall be a First and third Fridays, .Hibernian. on the muster-rol- l read the Irish names nation. The aotlon that this Home, 1818-isa- u .rortiana. In this wan, as did Gen. Charles house Is asked to take has been President John M. RlleV. Lee In the War of the Revolution, taken by other Governments dn Vico President Tim O'Leary. when ho said, "Half the Con- other crises. It would be possible Recording Secretary John Mar-tinental army is Irish." to enumerate Instances from the tin. They can not forget a longer records of other nations. But it John J. Financial Secretary and more glorious story, a story Is worth while recalling- at this Broderlck. " gleaming with triumph and dark time the action of this Government Daniel J. Dougherty? Treasurerwith defeat, but cherished neverthe- In the case of Texas In 1847, and BBV'I"', 9v; Sergeant-at-ArmBegiey. Pat less by the Irish race with a devo- of the British Government In the ' Sentinel Thomas 'Noon. tion unexampled in the record of case of Greece in 1822. In both nations, with a love like that of of these cases the hand of a pow. mothers for their children, with a erful Government was extended to DIVISION 4. reverence such as is given to re- a small nation struggling for its Meets second and fourth Mondays, ligion exalted through generations freedom. Another principle of Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. of persecutions and disaster, and statesmanship practiced since tho President Thomas Lynch. with that Ipfty Idealism that Is Im- earliest times Is that of concession Vice President John J. Barry. perishable nmld decay. For 800 to the prejudices of Its own citFinancial Secretary. Thomas J. years-- ' the Irish race has cherished izens. principle In applying this Langan, 734 West Oak. the dream of freedom. Before tho Lincoln disarmed tho prejudices of Recording secretary wiiiiam r. sv" of tho United President States tho army of McClellan by assuring McDonogh. uttered those fateful words on tho the men of that army that the civil Treasurer John F. Burke. second day of last April they had war was not being waged to impose Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas been uttered by nearly forty gen- negro domination upon tho South, erations of Irishmen. Before the ern people, but to save the Union. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Congress of the United States de- Is it not worth while to assure clared for the freedom of small na- tho Irish race that this war is beKING Gl'STAV OF SWEDEN. tions countless millions of the Irish ing waged to establish freedom In Swedish King whoso race had registered a vow to live those countries that have been deGovernment is suspected of betrayand die for the freedom of their prived of it? ing United States ships. own small nation. When this Gove'xlsts Every ernment chose the path of war and flourishes Government sentimentand through the of FORTY HOURS. announced to the world that tho sword would not be sheathed until ita people. Those that seize power by of anna will not long mainLeclnnlnc with the solemn high Belgium, Serbia, Roumanla and tainforce before tho advance of unIt maw tomorrow morning the Forty Poland were free can you not un-- 1 conquerable democracy. derstand how the millions of tho ception to this rule is theThe ex- Hours ,,'devotlon will commence In case of St. William's church, Thirteenth Irish race on this continent were country there are and Oak, coming to a solemn close Btruck with an unexpressed won- -' Ireland, In that meetbe con Can you der7 not imagln at protests; there nre Immenso public Tiipslnv.by Thn services will Connor, ings addressed by leading Rev. George M. least vaguely tho chill at the men; there are insurrections and ducted tne pastor, assisted oy priests irom heart, , the shattering of a hope are arrests and other city churches. When yearning eyes failed to find bloodshed; there the name of Ireland among the Imprisonment for defiant citizens; martial law and there COLUMBIA ATHLETIC CLUB. small nations that were to be re- all its are areas of petty tyrannies consequent deemed? x all indicating the cause for Monday tho It 13 no light thing for a pow which America that fighting is Im- letic Club night hold Columbia Athia an erful race to surrender its dream. periled by tho oppression of a race meeting at will club houso important on East the Vet the Irish race will gladly and whoso sons at this very hour are St. Catherine street. A proposition Fifth trustingly surrender the dream of marshaled to achieve the victory will eight centuries in order to Insure which shall result in establishing everybe presented, that will Interest Special notices momber. the safety of America. But the rights of Is It been sent oat and It is hoped spirit that won independence in a the a strangesmall nations.an em- have none avIH be missing from the 'As Neaf to You as tbe Nearest Phoae" spectacle not that long and bloody revolution, the raco striving to sympathy that has united the peo- battled Irish of every enslavedbreak meeting. people 'of Ireland and the people of the shackles those shackles FUNERAL FLOWERS ple except which TALLY PRIZE. America for more than a hundred bind the people of their cradle land and fifty years can not be ignored to the chariot of the conqueror? "A euchre and lotto party will be even in the face of a crisis that A Special Spray $3.00 given are now We Charles divides and all but paralyzes ithe paying declare that ofwegratitude re- Hall, 'Mondayh night at St. Chestnut to the debt and A Special Wreath $5.00 world. The principles of the Irish under race are ''not written on a "scrap Franco for her aid In the Revolu- streets, people the auspices of well A tion. Is It forgotten that the peo- known of that section. of paper." They can not be torn ple sent a message of handsome quilt will be given as a from the heart of the race. The goodof Ireland encouragement will and to the tally prize, A pleasant, evening is race can not be asked to perish, Continental army, and that not to consume its soul, to pile Its alone was tho army of Washington promised and all aro Invited. tu.unit art -treasures on the altar of expediency half Irish but that the army of HELPING DESTROYED LIBRARY. j 1 fourth Avenue LoulnUr and to light thp sacrificial pyre of Its liberty to win the freedom of France in America at that time was already Irish? We waged a volumes There other nations and entirely disregard also half freedom of Cuba, and war collected aro America 8,000 4n EngIn wo and We telegraph Flowers Everywhere tortho their own. proTect small nation in its land for tho library of the UniThore Is unswerving loyalty at right to that freedom. For a century versity of Louvaln, destroyed during this moment in evqry man and we have guaranted the. sovereignty tho present war by tho Germans. woman of Irish blood wno owes republics, the allegiance to this Government and of it to South American the annals PRESENTED It) CARDINALS. fa be recorded on flag. But there is also to its a of civilization is It to bo written longing that this Government shall In the record of this natlou that His Holiness presented to tho wield its mighty Influence speak small nations, alien In blood and Cardinals present at the promulgaIts fateful words for Irish lib- language, strange in customs and tion of tho Code of Canon Law a erties. Those whose fathers have foreign In character, shall receive copy each of the work bound In been so often betrayed are search- from the generous hand of America red and gold, and copies are to bo ing their souls and asking if sent to Cardinals Loguo, Gibbons, dearest of all possessions once again the race is to loee its the freedom and that this priceless Farley, O'ConneH and Bourne. cherished dream of freedom. They treasure is to be denied to that look back, over the past and reflect small nation whose blood has been SO,n3 REAL QIFT. with bitterness that en the fields shed in torrents for the defense of on the plains of America, ef Flanders, Mrs. John McDoaough, of Denwhose speech Is our France, on the hills or Austria, the speech, whose character the Ameri ver, Col., has given to the Woman's HAPPY UNION. young men of Ireland have laid can character, whose customs are our State Auxiliary t the National down their lives but not for Ire- customs and who have never been Guard a ten acre tract of land on One of the prettiest weddings of They ak In the silence of foreigners smce the first ship sailed which are growing plume, cherries, land. owm hearts, "Are we always across the sea with the aoldterf peaches and apples, in order that the year In Hardin county was soltheir to die and never to gain the object who were even then fighting the the boys of the militia might have emnized Wednesday morning in 3t. of our devotion?" battles of liberty, as they nave ever their fill of fruits as fast as it Ambrose church at CeciHaa, when Miss Hattie Peak became the bris Lai this Congress ask that Ire- fought them, and as their de ripens. of Neal Clark. Both are popstar land, too, sbaH be free ehall be scendants are ireerosswg that s MIOlfT BY DBATH. residents of that section and tha as free as Belgium, as Montenegro, to tight them again? I am fully In 1111 ft. akHHill tm tha TT1A1 church was thronged with frisads as Serbia, as jummania. as Poland, oonvinced that the American Conas Owes. Thanwill a ohange gress eaa answer the question. (Ap-- I Stats lost eight Bishops through to witness the ceremony and oafsr '' congratulations. Idaafh. oome evvr the faoe at this war. A pjause.) SOOriKD, BPOUTIH& ,;' '" yyiS3SPlS5S ' Home JO. BrIvER 508-51- 0. - ed .111 - - s- bHb1bH Dlg-na- n. pro-Germ- GERMAN, BANK tisi0lii and Market Sts. Twenty-sevent- Mpb" norm stop , s kv - 1 uiaMJ jrCEjsrarxjOBir irksh ahjs7hxga: i EASY TERMS On The Kaufman Straus Store insures Supecol- rior advantages in its bountiful the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At lections of apparel and dress accessories in its representation of autheutic fashions STEWART'S There are a great many things which you can buy at Stewart's on which you need make only a small payment down. Among these aro furniture, rugs, many lines of house furnishings, etc. Ten months are given in which to complete the payment. Tho interest we chargo is less than the "fee." WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise) havo been returned to collectors of Surety Coupons through "Ve give and redeem these valuable coupons, which means a most substantial saving on all your purchases, their-redemption- and its rigid adherence to a high and quality standard. THE SOUTHS HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STO- un-deviati- ng .- fKattftirantnmjs inteftFOflAtfa ffitf. A Jt$QQ&lM&&QQ&$$4&& WHEN YOU WANT Virginia across the bay. MOVING BUILDING ACROSS SAN FRANCISCO BAY. Has been moved to Santa Veneltla homestead afloat that Is what the picture shows. A barge was used to ferry the building across intact, as shown in the picture. of the second Issue hold their cer- . Wheel Tickets TRY THIS OFFICE. PRICES ARE RIGHT. S6ANL0N 60flL 60MPflNy P Utica Knights are displaying Tlio Hibernian Home should be Douglas Park Jockey 81) will great enthusiasm for the war fund. come a popular place to spend the offer a feature today, tho dtk The council at Olean entertained winter evenings. FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS race, which wiUjbrlng- together Hibernians are helping care for some of the fleetest thoroughbVeds with a ladies' day, when 125 wero piesent. the soldiers at Camp Sherman, near In the country over a distance pf MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE Second and Market Chilllcothe, Ohio. State Government Supervision tinder the Big Clok The Alhambra convention at ground. The meeting which open are becoming very Wednesday Rtnilv clubs Syracuse this week was successful has drawn banner Has been the favorite kind. The quality is nr popular with the Ladles' Auxiliary crowds at tho Beechmont track and from every point, the best and our prices are the fairest. Try tflSP EDW. H. NIEHAUS, throughout .Massachusetts. E. E. LANNING, DOUGHERTY, JOS. our New Blend, 2 General Manager Hachmelster prelbs The Lexington Knights, havo be Sec. and Treas. Vice President President. President John Riley, ot Division dicts that the meet will be the gan preparations for the annual Special Auto Delivery Service. 3. in hard to make Monday most successful of the fall races. Columbus day observance. night's Initiation a success. The meeting will close Wednesday. is evening the Knights will Wilkesbarre Hibernians and the confer the first degree at Auburn, ST. MICHAEL'S. Auxiliary are organizing a Ladies' N. 'YV where there has been much Both Phones 1323 212 W. Market St. mixed choir of 200 voices. and the actlvIC Rev. Martin O'Connor ESTABLISHED 1885. INCORPORATED Tlms wlin hnvn nrnnosed candlWithXFrank B. Sullivan as Grand 1nfpa Jn nivlRtnn 3 Rhnuld brine peoplo of St. Michael's, parish will Knight the council at Illon. N. Yl. them to tho meeting Monday night. tomorrow celebrate the fifty-firPhelan, County anniversary of that church In a looks fokwaid to another prosper Miss Margaret organized a strong brilliant and Impressive manner, ous year, President, has at 10 high Blue Grass Council of Lexington auxiliary division at Santa Monica, with solemn morningmass solemn and o'clock in the is being congratulated upon the Cal. vespers at 7:30 in the evening. The of IThomas B. Cromwell as President Tom Lynch,' of Division choir, one of the largest over as- electionKnight. 4, has been on tho sick list for sembled in this city, assisted by Grand CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. The council at Hastings, Neb., about ten days, but Is rapidly iround-in- g the Concordia Singing Society, will presented itsXsoldier members with to. Mozart's Twelfth Mass un- wrist watches! render and Magnolia Avenue The Ladles' Auxiliary will enter- der the direction of Mrs. Kato Newbefore they left for Office and tain with a box nartv and dance man and Prof. John Recktenwald. camp In New VMexico. OOBy South City 3101 LOUISVILLE, KY. next Wednesday evening In Hiber The eloquent Sunday at piaryville. Mo., will Rev. Dominican, nian Home. Father Enos, will preach tho ser- be long remembered as a gala day The season for earnest work has mon at both services. Father lor council 1339, which admitted nnw arrived, and both divisions to member invites all former mem- a class of sixty-fiv- e should Increase their membership bers and friends of tho church to ship tno year enas. before be present. Columbus fla will be celebrated Whore work la qulcklj Division 3 will Initiate a. clas3 of Where the home wjth a great initiation at Little brightest; done; candidates at Hibernian Homo next LAXG MAItltA. Rock. Tuesday evening a special Monday evening and members are BT Whore cooking teems Where the work meeting was hela to receive appli invited to be present. wedding is being cations lightest; An elaborate real fun; season Is planned for AUSs'. Cora Gertrude Now that the iW Where baking gives de- over Tim O'Leary,baseball Where the meal iS 'rttJTliT&f' The club room of the council at of Division 3, Is Lang, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. light; cooked best; have been lost and contemplates Installing an Henry Lang, 951 East Maple street, Fort Worth, Texas, soldier boys of at home. Where the range stands I B 'il Where drudge is out of indoor game on foot for another big and Thomas M. Marra, a member of thrown open to tjie there and are sight the tost Plans are tho Jeffersonvllle City Council. The the fort located the Initiation at Milwaukee In Novem- ceremony Is to take place early crowded from nocn till midnight. where That's the where That's Syracuse Fourt i Degree Assember, tho division- - there being the Tuesday morning, October "Quick Meal" com "Quick Meal" comes 9, at largest In this country. 1b. la. St. Augustine's church, Rev. Father bly held its am ual outing and THE PHIL. HOLLENBA0H 00. The officers ot Division 3 are Michael Halpln officiating and cele- clambake last Sunday. The nro- The Great American (Qaiok Meal Gas Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Rficoamtadtii INCORPORATED making earnest efforts to havo a nuptial mass. The wed- grammo commenced with breakfast brating the tpfini nrcanlzed that will be ding will bo on a scale of mag- at 10 o'clock, tlje bake following Distillers Ot 215 available for every meeting. nificence that will be remembered at z. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MABH TAYIOR & WILLLIMS 25 of Boston gave a re- as one of Knights bf Fort Worth, Tho the most important W. MARKET ST. Division members who enlisted "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYJJ INCORPORATED. ception for nuptial affairs of the year In Jef- Texas, are being assisted by the LOUISVILLE, KY. 338 W. Mala St. Loahrrllle, Xjn in the Irish Ninth, now the fersonvllle. Miss Lang is a hand- unamoer oi uom nerce anil the Y. and First regiment. some girl and will undoubtedly be M. O. A. in an effort to raise of TIia HlhArnlnnn of Sunerior. Wis.. a lovely bride, and is decidedly pop- $50,000 for the entertainment ! and their friends of Duluth had a ular with Oier associates. Mr. soldiers stationed in that city. successful Joint gathering at Fond Marra needs but little introduction, There was an immense gathering ;' coming from a well known family at Wichita, Kaa., to witness the du Lac, making tho trip by boat. o candidates ;i Steps havo been taken1 by tho and being prominent in social and initiation of Milwaukee division for a complete business circles and one of the last week. The class, accompanied by a large company of Knights, at 2TOR TJSE. roster of men of Irish extraction most eligible of young bachelors. tended mass in St. Mary's Cathe who havo enlisted In that city. The membership contest of the CHAPLAINS' AID ASSOCIATION. oral. Ladles' Auxiliary has started in DANCE PAItTjr. The Chaplains' Aid Association earnest, Miss Mary Corcoran and Miss Bertha King being tho team has been in touch also with every Miss Louise Oertel was the host !! camp and cantonment throughout captains. Division 17 of New York City. the land and the resultant demands ess at a delightful dance Friday INCORPORATED, show the Instant neea to arouse evening at ner diome on Vernon after admitting new members, Hoi' guests included the of accordance with the views Catholics to a full sensecamp their avenue. NINTH AND KENTUCKY. life, following: Misses Mary Cavanaugh, nr PmaMont Wilson as to the gov duty to the soldiers In meeting conditions they never had Benita Klug, Josephine Cavanaugh, Camb. Soath 413 ernment of small nations. Sea City 405 Without the In- Katherlne yO'Connell, Viola Sexton, -- All the members In Wilkesbarre to face before. NONE BETTER Josephine NONE PURER Slgmeler, county have united fluence of home, without tho in- Bernadetta and Luzerne Her or the or fluence of tho parish priest, they Oertel. Leulse Oertel; Messrs. Dolph for promoting the good without tnoso bulkwarks that bert Klug, Edward Staeuble, der. Entertainments will be held are to are all ot us the strongest in- Schneidorhan, George Allen, George in the different divisions. a good Christian life. Ecker, Jporge Ohlmann. BOTH PHONES 2399 tTia an perflation has been made centives to upon us It onr-nf the local divisions form to is therefore incumbent aids they 'OHUKGHITjTj downs. supply "forty-five- " team. They aro very miss. We them with the idly by a CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, service. We are as can sit dive us a trial for first-clacities and furnish thinking, hoping not work is being popular In other The autumn meeting of Churchill the close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and are exciting. contests that 4 done by some one else. Each one Downs will open next Thursday with night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable The Ancient Order of Portland, of us must do his part in active the Falls City handicap for three- Ore., brought their spring and sum work for the spiritual welfare of year olds and upwards and an at chauffeurs i ur specialty. Give us a call. mer campaign to a close Dy racing card of six other IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Whether we give teh thn malor decrees on a class our soldiers. hundred dollars mat- tractive Tho meeting will begin races. cents or ten new members. of twenty-eigseven ters little, provided we give what Thursday and continue for Tho Tji riles' Auxiliaries of Minne we can. Personal interest and par- days ending October 11. tms His apolis aro ready with the fall social ticipation in what the Catholic toric track will bo the scone 01 SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. programmes. Division 4 opens wun church is doing for the Catholics stirring events during ithe meet and SATISFIES THAT LONGING. an "oldo tymo" dancing party and In the service is the absolute duty all lovers of the equine thorough tho Glee Club of Division 1 had of every Catholic at this moment. bred look forward to a woek ot Its opening party Monday night. The personal interest is too often pleasure and entertainment. Speakers at the Hibernian initia- This lacking we do not make the pro- first race will take place each day INCORPORATED tion banquet at Portland, Ore., last blem our own. We do not irealize at 2:15. week were Ills Grace ArchbiBhlp that unless we make it our duty LOUISVILLE, KYt PHONE CITY 859. Francis it can not be met fully and satisRev. Alexander Christie, FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. OT IiUSITAXIA DIAMONDS. Black of the Blessed sacrament to read the To parish. John P. O'Hara, Thpmas G. factorily.demand hear, spiritual help, FREE SERVICE, When tho Lusitanla was torfor A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef Pvnn nnri Mm. W. A. Elvers. P. E. uigent and not be able to meet it, is a pedoed by a German submarine off Sullivan presided as toastmaster. pain beyond measure to any Cath- the coast of Ireland, with the loss As part of the programme ot the olic heart. Will we, can we allow ot 1,100 lives, she carried with initiation and banquet at Portland, the thousands upon thousands of her among other rich freight a Ore., President E. H. Deery pre- requests from Catholic soldiers and consignment of diamonds in transit sented Rev. Hugh S. Gallagher, C, sailors for prayer books, rosaries, from New York to London, upon 1101-0- 3 KAST BROAD WAT. a. v., Ktato jnapam ot mo oruer, scapular Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager medals to pass unheeded? which the Union Insurance Comwith n hontitlful chalice fittingly In risk of ae may fear that disappoint- pany of Rangor carried a promptly scribed with a Celtic cross, the lat- ment we nobeget silence, indiffer- J13.000. The company Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, ter being very appropriate Ire view ence? In tho cause ot faith, ot paid the claim and entered the H. J. lANNMs P. IAMH8H, JR., and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. nt iha fnct tlint l?nthpr nallneher T. M. MERMEE, But in its loss goes to tho Catholic University In souls, let us not count the cost; $13,000 appears long account. great PHONES Wm tm. t TriK. X. PftC & HfT. SwteUiy. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. our- It now after tho Washington to taKe up an aavancea let us be willing to starve those disaster the Insurance company re to selves rather than deny course In Gaelic. facing danger and death the help- ceived a London draft for the full CumK Phone West 191 Heme Phone 191J church. amount of its risk, with tho inof the ful sacramentals SECOND BOND ISSUE. Great are the corporal works or formation that the diamonds had In view of the fact that the sec- mercy; greater still are the spir- been recovered. An Irish fisherman Culvert Sewer ond Issue of Liberty loan bonds itual ones. (Many ask if the soldier upon hauling his trawls found that respects from has a sweater to warm his body; he had hooked the most valuable Baaaea's Pateat LidaiA Five tot Staaaa Ceaiaits. may differ in some small Wall Caviarf, Drala Tile, YMrilrt Brick, X the bonds of the first issue, in that will they forget to ask If Re has fish of 'his career aenough package, the adthey may bear a highor rate of in- a prayer book to stimulate and which bore plainly SKOarOKATEB Liaiag, rtre irlcK rir.rrs.aag, ice terest and bo subject to the superln-com- e warm his soul? Many toll for dress ot a firm of London jewelers, Grate aai Bailer Tile, Greatf Fire Clay, Cklstat y te?s. on material comforts; will and which upon examination was tax, the question of convert- hours diamonds the ing the bonds of the first issue into they 711 to do their part in dispens- found to contain OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON 'bonds of the second Issue Is receiv- ing spiritual comfort? We should gems upon which the Bangor ining a great deal of consideration. work for the Rid Cross; we should surance company, among others, HOME PHONK8 OITY OUMB. MAIN 507.- Secretary of tve Treasury McAdoo also work for tho Cross of Christ carried risks. The fisherman got his at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, atreagtk, aetteattw has ugg.ted that holders of In- whose sacrifice ha given to the due amount of salvage, ami the diaWORKS lirfc Mil Brwtk. a Ms rl Ave., Set. 9tfc 4 xOth. terim certificates who desire to former its iueua of mercy and mond merchants were glad to reC1RUBER & DEUSBR. Maaager, Lauisvllle, Ky. turn th Insurance convert their purchaae into bonds help. two-mile OKE DOIIAR, KiGHTS 0? COLUMBUS tificates and turn them in in exchange for bonds of the second Issue rather than secure their bonds of the first issue and turn thoiii in will be What They Have Been Doing In exchange. No charge Secretary Late Newa That Will Interest made, for such exchange. Members Here and Elsethe Past Week General McAdoo will issue in duo time a where. matter. statement covering tho News Notes. TWO MILK KiVCK TODAY. HIBERNIANS. w WE WELCOME COMPARISON OF STEW-AR- T PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. Stewart Dry Goods Co b Conntchen WUh IPCOflPOOATW 4 Jaoes Mc Creery I Ox New Vfck. A fttHawMraHiHMftMWOMB! GERMAN INSURANCE BANK 2 Vtl win-kin- DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. JOHN M. MULLOY Wholesale and Retail Speecial Furnace Coal, YardsFifteenth Coal, st BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA Where the Quick Meal Comes In WHISKY IS ALWAYS PURE. II. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. f YELLOWSTONE de-trf- M GEHER & SON, ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK... WALLINS CREEK LUMP HOME High in'Heat. WHISKEY One-hundr- ed fH sixty-thre- FAVORITES DINNER INCOMPLETE I WITHOUT Low in Ash. ed F. F. X. L. BEER "Delivery Service?" -, Autos and Taxis For Hire ss OV rot i Prompt Sure.! t Lee Young Automobile Co. ACCESSORIES con-fnrri- nc ht OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER AUTOMOBILE JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. FALL CITY BEER 14 mmniimminiitmiiiiniim P. BANNON PIPE CO. ?!, WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. S79-17S- 9. iiiiiiiMii)i:tinmiiimiiiiMiini!iii n; .'"n vL kk. .pC-i- '