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Kentucky Irish American: October 6, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917100601_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 6, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dath 10c Little A. J. 5c Best Cigars Made VOLUME XXXIX. Kentucky Irish American NO. 14. flsaMBsi aa!SjB3-a WE DO PRINTING first cuss mn Give This Office Tear Next Order. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1917. holds of soldiers should be Invited to assist." Here good sound sense PRICE HVE CENTS. sjBSgassgPsw should prevail, for mistaken senti-ment may overload' our boys with useless dainties and femlnlnlzlng trifles when they should be getting nutritious 'foods, sound clothlnc. Month Consecrated to Blessed and only such things as will make Pleased at tho Registration camp or field life better bearable. Virgin Mary and Holy Figures of Dhis Wo must not overlook In Ihls conRosary. nection the fact that for the most Week. part their wants as to foods and 0ven extras in the lino of refresh ments are well cared for by a government spending "such huge sums History of This Beautiful aw Action in Changing Woodruff's for army purposes as our own. But Most Salutary Catholic Precincts Pleasing to there may oe a real want of sound food for their Devotion. and wholesom6 G. O. P. minds. Every package shoulr contain some good .reading material, as will aImulato helpful such thought and quicken Intellectual Special Services in St. LohISj liAHiSYillc Herald Silent on life and vigor. A littlo spiritual Bertrand's Church Every "" splco thrown in will .do much to Republican Nominee JRoss keep the right balance in tho men Evening. Action. tal rations. Lastlv wo are asked to see to it "That pastors and Sunday-schoogive special attention during the HOW TO GAIN THE INDULGENCES war to the families of enlisted men, HATZELL'S BACKERS TO BLAME In order to assist wives and mothers ond provide against juvenile de linquency." And hero It is well for Octobcir is the month of tho Holy against the us to be forwarned Local Democrats aro Uglily Rosary. In all of our churches really tangible danger that while pleased over tho registration, figures thero will be devotion in honor of making tho war safe' for our boys Tuesday and Wednesday and preof tho Holy RoEary either in the we neglect the safety of our own n morrdng or in tho evening, dict a big victory Xor Charley Tho at home. Wives and dependents and tho entire Democratic Feast of tho Holy Uosary was inof help to will have special-neeEspecially gratifying are Ucket. stituted by Popo St. Plus V. and cheer them, to keep them from the thid registration results when it is recalls tho victory won by tho Chris-demoralizing efforts of the severr' taken, into consideration that Judge tian army over the) Turks at ance of family ties and the temptaElisor on October 7, 1571. The triBam Greene's appointee. ARMOR BEING TESTED FOR U. S. SOLDIERS. NOT ALL WOR K IN FRANCE. tions and dangerafof loneliness. And reWoodruff, the also ran lni the Bids have been asked to furnish helmets mado of a special alloy umph was obtained by the protecAmrican trooper "somewhere in Franco" exacts toll for extending the experience ofEuropeah nations cent Sheriff's race, changed tho the courtesies of tho military road to two French maidens. of an inch in thickness and capalblo of turning a rifle tion of tho Blessed Virgin Bought has been that juvenile delinquency steel, prevoting places dn eighty-seve- n through the devotion of tbe Rosary. has during the war Increased to an bullet, yrhe body armor is made of a series of thin spring steel plates. Tho devotion of tho Holy Jlosary sigcincts in the city, and it is by being sewn together in canvas. , abnormal degree.J To watch over mado was revealed to St Dominic by the nificant that in every instance where tho men who encouraged him to beour young so asMo doubly guard tho precinct was moved it was lieve otherwise are responsible for Blessed Virgin Mary, tho Mother general upthem in these times of moved advantageously from a Re- that trouble. Lord. Heffernan had too at the root of sympathy. For tho of our year heaval and demoralization is not the publican standpoint Mr. Woodruff wide a range for his activities. A of 1208 was a time of Tho German State has ahvays asked least of our task's as an army at can not very well contend that ho county patrolman, by virtue .of aployalty and tho surrender of indi- great trouble, especialy in the south' home helping to make our country Ibis deputies personally inspected pointment by a depvidual rights on tho plea of Its of France, whore tho Albigeneian safe for the soulsiof our own. all of tho changes or that good and uty elisor by appointment of Elisor efficiency. And now it does not heresy spread death and desolaC. B. of C.. V. sufficient reasons can bo given for Woodruff, and coupled with a war- Some Methods of Making tho After many Jfforts look as though tho German State tion around. by tho civil and relids wholesale removal. To an out- rant sworn out In an obscure Magwas efficient under its present had been mado to suppress tho outWar Snfo For Our ligious powers sider it does seem a HtUo bit un- istrate's court, the range of Heffer-nan"VINCENTIAN CONVENTION. Residents of America In Main rulers. fair that precincts were moved from the heretics, Boys. authority was boundless. The "The issues in this country are break of of tho OrderSt. ofDominic, Loyal to Their Adopted locations of ten and fifteen years Times in its editorial condemnation Friars President JohnA. Doyle and tho now clear enough. Kill out the founder standing, places that were familiar of Hatzell and tho police failed to Preachers, entered the; field against Vincentlans of Louisville havo comCountry. treason and lock up even the In take any cognizance of the action to every voter in a precinct, that burning zeal with pleted the prOgKhme for the nawho are Involved in them with a saint can bo animated which only tho Ninth ward one precinct was of Wdodruff and Greene, its favor-It- Helpful Hints Stay- - tional convention, 'of tho St, Vincent It. t But don't make it drive on for For the moved from. Seventh and Oak over the conversion of sinners. He were responsible for who as such. Con- employed his sanctity and eloquence do Paul Society, y hlch will bo here half a milo and located beyond the Hatzell's multiplicity of duties. In"at- - Homes and Many railroad crossing, while another was cidentally the word of Joe Sollfg-ma- n tor four days, and for delegates and Cases of Disloyalty Few Among sider tho vast mass of them, and la endeavoring to stem tha tide of Others. the small amount of actual trouble evil. HIsi efforts, though heroic, moved from the regular voting place visitors there will be a royal KenMany Million German and Matt Chilton, Republican they have given compared with the were comparatively of litle avail, to directly across the street In- tho leaders, Is worth no more than tucky welcome. The first session possibilities for trouble if they had until ha ventured to complain to Americans. home of a Republican election of- Sergeant Borders, an officer of sterof tho convention will be held next been ., These are bUt samples of ling honesty and reputation. , ficer. tho Holy Mother of God, for whom Friday afternoon? at 2 o'clock, dn While one branch of the Govern- he enteitalned tho tendetrcst devollue complaints all over town and Graces Soldiers Need For Their the Knights' of Columbus Hall, when ment at Washington has been tion, and to ask her to Instruct all now understand why the ReJames F. Kennedy, President of the INTO ETERNAL REST. Dllficult nnd Dangerous publican speakers on the stump gathering evidence of him in the way ho could labor Chicago Particular Council, will oc- Paid Agitators and Traitors Net quietly Calling. treason, other branches, engaged in most successfully for tho converhave been gloafully telling that cupy the chair, ll Frank A. Geber, Gloom prevailed in many homes Supported hy People of they will be satisfied with tho In war preparations, have been re- sion of those misguided souls, for President of St Bonlfaco Conferthe Bast End with, the sad news' handling of the election this fall. ceiving assistance dally from Anier-can- s whom her Divine Son had laid ence, will dellverltho address of welTeutonic Blood. Thon. our Blessed If Elisor Woodruff is tho great that Miss Estelle Gay, btIoved of German lineage not only down His life. come on the part of the Louisville big square man the Republican daughter of Mrs. Chas. Gay as individuals but in Vincentlans. Tfite sedand meeting the mass. Lady revealed to him tho devotion orators claim him to be let him bad passed into eternal rest HONOR ROLL FOR OUR CHURCH will bo held at 8 o'clock in the evenMany questions rising out of tho of tho Holy Rosary. Ho was told Issue a statement as to why each et tho home of her sister, Mrs. ing, with the !RJght Rev. Denis the German- - to give his time more to tne propaFAIRNESS war have touched FOR chango was mado and who sug- AuguBt Layer, 339 North. Campbell O'Donaghuo, Bishop of Louisville, as MAKES PLEA spirit American as 'such and gation of this devotion than to success would gested each change of precinct, street, .after, a,,Jrjef m illness. Miss ..ikT.- Wfcj. KoaeraryChalrnrin JohnJ.A,Doyl. iSB., brought a striking reaction of loy- preaching; and greater More years old and tho Democrats were Gay was thirty-tw- o than a Thq Committee of Churches on President of tho Particular Counpil attend hirf efforts. alty. In any In- had spent her life in Louisville, War Work has recently published of Louisville, will bo tho presiding conslted or considered heretics abjured n population hundred thousand tho conversion of Our politicians say where her gentle manner, and happy stance, Some of tho A plea for fairness to the GerIs numbered by millions. series of sugges- officer, and addresses will be deUnder their errors, and an immenso number of notorious that Mr. Woodruff Is till piqued over disposition won her the esteem and anT'distrlbuted' amany points which livered by members of the hierarchy man and peculiar stresses wo havo first neg- sinners testified to the power of which' friendship of all whom she met. tions embodying by the result of the primary in of America was made the lected it, and then suspected it, afford frultfut oppoitunltles of ef- and other dignltalries and also he was a Democratic candidate for Besides hei sister she leaves three this method of prayer, and caused members. other day in tho Philadelphia Pubexploited inter- distinguishedmorning work. Sheriff, if that is true he failed brothers, Charles, Thomas and fective welfare correctly If Catholic Saturday nt 7:45 o'clock lic Ledger, which deserves special and permitted it to be wonder is and it to be adopted by tho whole of misrepresented. The not Christendom. Tho Sovereign Ponin. tho William Gay. The funeral services' preted in the to take the tip given him there will be a requiem mass fcr The gentleman interviewed that there should be somo cases of tiff .erected columns of the Kentucky Irish were held Thursday morning at St. spirit and carried out in tho same tho repose of thio late lamented note. a prominent it Into a Confraternity, disloyalty, but that there should bo apthey can not but bo tho source of Presidonlt of the sqclety, Thomas was Martin Rev. American at tho beginning of the Michael's church, it manufacturer, and in referring to so few. In Its present drive on enriched tho with indulgence and was, O'Connor officiating at the requiem a great deal of real good both to M. Mulroy. primary campaign and that first Sunday in October Tne morning session tho present drive on tho traitors in treason tho Government is doing pointed being entirely unknown to tho high mass and dn his sermon bo those who apply them and to thoso will opea flft 10 o'clock, with John J. with a special Office for its comDemocratic voters, ho would finish touched feelingly upon tho loss the for whom they aro applied. of the Metropolitan our midst he said:drive on German all Americans of German birth or memoration. Fltzcerald. "We needed a greatest possible servdescent tho The first suggestion is "That Council of Philadelphia, occupying third in the race despite the lavish community had sustained. For hundreds of years, through propagandists and I'm glad to see ice. For it is drawing a de'finlto good report and evil report. Cathoevery local church have its honor the chair. At this session th display of campaign funds ho was Uncle Sam rounding them up, and line between them and" tho traitors lics have clng with lasting love to uro to make. In addition dt was roll, properly framed and bung in HONORS FOR TASTOR. topic will bo the administration though I was impatient of the ap- tor whom they may be racially re- tho Rosary which tho Dominicans said that no true friend would a conspicuous place, with tho names of ana an tmnr? peradvise him to stay in a hopeless Tho congregation of St. Mary of all its soldiers and sailors in- taining to the woik of the surety. parent delay in this work a month sponsible, and also relieving them taught them, which kept thelm. true contest, and the result verified this, Magdalen, Brook and College, will scribed thereon." This can be done At 8 o'clock there will bo an even-lu- or two ago I can now understand of agitators with whom they have In all their trials, and which is tho Mr. Woodruff getting less than celebrate tomorrow the fifty-thisession, presided over by Rob that it was necessary to obtain legal no racial or political connection. surest sign, as dt is tho strongest and be mado to bo a very useful 4,000 votes in a total of over reminder that we have those who ert Biggs, President of thio Metro- evidence upon which to proceed, onn When tho drive on treason is fin- support, of our people's faith to18,000. "But let us have no drive The same held good for anniversary of the. ordination of aro dependent upon us for a great politan Council of Baltimore, the ished there will be no chance for day. For hundreds of years it has William Gause-poh- l. doal I live in one a drive on Judgo Sam Greene, Mr. Woodruff's their pastor, Rev. will "Our Society to been their comfort and their High mass be sung at upon of spiritual comfort and safety, general topicAll ofbo these meetings of the' most compact n backer. There was never a time ,thelrvEolaco in all their our prayers and good works to Problems." o'clock, with Rev. Father D. A. r when he was strong enough to de 10 a sorrows and their of the socommunities in this country, a MOURN HER DEATH. as celebrant, the sermon gain for them the graces they need aio open to tho members whom they section where politics was influfeat Loraino Mix and it is utter Drlscoll every danger. In tho Rosary they by Father Gause-poh- l. fidr their difficult and dangerous ciety end any gentlemen Tolly for either Judgo Greene or to bo delivored race long before Many friends and relatives are have found tho happiness which Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghuo calling. And when the death toll man cnoose to invite, 7.45 o'clock enced byseen the sufferings the war. Ut. Woodruff to feel hurt at the of citi- mourning tho death of Miss Addella earth could never give them. In the I have Sundav moraine at sanctuary and a spe is onco taken it can remind us of Democratic organization or any set will be In tho be-will bo the Christian duty of praying for there will whom special massi at the zens of German extraction under Heffernan, which occurred Tuesday Rosary Intheir love gets tho comfort memof men in the party, as thoy were cial musical pitogramme and have of the direction of the repose of those who have been Cathedral, visitorsthe Louisville holy the stresses exploited war, two years evening at tho homo of iter parents, which Thothe world thdy could never entered in hopeless contests. Tho rendered under the Rosary has been tho cabld will receive seen them for bers and Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Heffernan", find. called on the last roll. Harig. proper move for both gentlemen Mrs. Fred mass will oe cei ccVilln nnr nrni nnvflrnment ne- - 2429 Western Parkway, after an which, through strong winds and This Secondly we are requested "That communion. Is Soldiers' SunRosary Sunday would bo to bury their resentment obratd by the Right Rev. BlshopJ.gjectca them. And I assure you illneiss of a year. Miss Heffernan surging soas, and swelling waves, and come out in the open for tho day throughout Europe, and in everything be done to honor these rvDnnjitrhua. Tho subsequent meet- that the people up my way ar6 not was twenty-on- o years old and was has kept them fast and an invita mon when thoy go, and when they Inirs Democratic ticket, and this step commemoration therebt will bo for the Superior Council only loyal to tho country that they a favorite In whatever circle sho secure to tho old faith, which has to all of retunt." To do this in no spirit rould insure them the favor and tion" bos been extended failed them, and Tho Tyler Hotel has been alone. that their experience appeared. She was an honor grad- never will never- fail. which, please good will of all. Ad an- instance, the soldier boys at Camp Zachary of false and flamboyant patriotism, selected as the headquarters of the live in. but war has changed their uate of Cedar Grovo Academy and God, during the tho conduct of Squire Wheeler, Taylor to attend. Seats in the mid but because of tho spirit of sacri society and tho entertainments are Let us recite tho Rosary each day of St. .the Father- whole tne Hunter dle aisle will be reserved ror lay fice, and discipline they show forth in chatge of Messrs. E. J. Bosle J.jjand attitude toward for Germany a communicant sho was aColumba's during this blessed month and In Senator Sam Robertbon, church, where member Thoy Bim feei soldiers, and a committea of can not but react upon our own Geo. Burke and others is cited. Defeated Nabors ana w. . jucuunoBu.-rn- f nf1 lf ti,nt feellnc must or the choir and active In all tho recititng the Rosary let us endeavor In the primary, they thavo rallied men will meet all visitors at tho spirit of devotion to duty. bring tho subject of each mysbe crushed out to fit any standard church's charitable Work. There aro to Thirdly wo are asked "That tho to support of the ticket and aro intersection of Preston and BreckDEDICATEJ). surviving her her parents, four sis- tery as vividly before us on possible inridge streets. of American loyalty then it would now stronger than ever oefore. churches provide membership cards during tho whole docade. Whilo we bo necessary to kill most of them, ters, Mrs. T. J. Horan, Mr. W. B. to be sent to the men, Indicating if Good citizens have been anxiously With Impressive cejemonles the for they were born with their sym- Hammlll, Mrs. Bralnard Piatt and are faithful in our love for Mary CHANGE IN ULSTER. awaiting for the Louisville Herald possible membership In the church, new addition to St Joseph's Orphan pathies, and can not change. But Miss Blanche Heffernan, and three and while we aro crowning her on to come forth In strong language tho congregation, or homes of the angels earth, solemnly blessed and as war has brought violent changes brotners, John Heffernan, or Wash crowns the Heaven. aro weaving our Reliable advices to the New York church." For us this can mean an Aslyum, was denouncing the action of the Repubin ington, James and Joselph Heffer lican leadors who were "caught World from Dublin indicate gen- effective method of keeping our dedicated Sunday afternoon by the in tho thinking or every American nan, of Louisville. The funeral was And as we wend our way through with the goods on" in tho arrest uine hopo that tho home rule con- men in touch with their chaplains Right Rev, Bishop O'Donaghuo, as- the last three years, so it has held yesterday morning, St. Colum-ba- 's life with, our Rosaries clasped in our of Reynolds, an election repeater, vention will result in producing a by making the suggestion of gath sisted by many of the local clergy, changed tho thinking of our hands, each belad knowing our Joys church being filled by of on Wednesday, but thus far the scheme acceptable1 to tho whole dis- ering the names of all our Catholic ini the presence of a large gathering In the old days of who knew and loved her and thoso and our sorrows until death do us symUp to last week tho wood government apostles and pure Ireland. of friends of that great chaTlty In- peace their regard for the Fatherboys not a mere dead tho bereWvod family. part, let our Rosaries tell the many ejection leaders have had nothing cussions were of a general character Catholic parish should letter. itsJdacn stitution, The Bishop also preached land was largely sentimental. Pol- pathized with Maloney offlciateld at weary roods- - we tread, and tb!e tales enhave Rov. Father to say about the case. Reynolds on various schemes propounded by listed members tabulated and know a feeling seriraton, commending the itics did not enter Into it, and oven the requiem mass and In feeling of woe. and dn death, as in life; oonieseed in his affidavit that he individuals, no appreciable progress exactly where they are stationed so work of the St. Joseph Orphan So- If they had, what American trou- sermton paid a tribute to a the ex with the beads clasped in our hands, rss broueht to the Dolls by Will being made. Eventually Lord who care for the bled about thatt When war came emplary life and example left by the let us go before Mary aswl her formerly Under Secretary that the chaplain of the cantonment ciety and those Rose, the Republican candidate for Before the German politics suddenly loomed deceased. children. Divind Son and there 'receive the can be Informed of their presence. fatherless vespers Sheriff, and was accompanied by for Ireland, made an Impassioned crown of victory. Fourthly it is suggested "That blessing there was solemndecorated up as thd chief factor in tho thinkRepublican nominee for Con appeal to the Ulster delegates to regular correspondence be kept up In the newlr enlarged and the Every evening during tho moat and ing of most HOME FROM ROME. They stable. Reynolds was ooia enougn get down to real business. of a with these men by the pastors or chapel, Ufa Rev. B, H. Weetermann their sympathies made it easy to thepa will be special services tni St. by the build this new factor Into valuable to try and Tegteter from a housd agreed .to the appointment being the celebrant, assisted and After spending the last .four years Louis Bertrand's church, Sixth1 conoccupied by negroes, and swore to committee to draft a scheme for by a committee on correspondence, Rev. JohffiJ Bonisen as deacon, ana German Prussian propaganda. .his studies for Oak streets. The devotione will officers that he resided ddt&iled discussion by the. whole and that these letters be as newcy the Rev. SerapMm Schlang, O. M. agents in this country lost no time In Rome completingRev. Father! Pat- sist of Rosary, Litany of thte Blessed the election prlesthdOd. the The Rev. Francis In taking advantage of the new the (Fred O'Neill) was last week Virgin, religious singing and Beneat that address, probably on the convention. The scheme Is expected as possible." To keep up an indi- C, as close association to be presented to the convention vidual correspondence with each of Felton acted as master ot cere- viewpoint, aad for two years the rick guest of his paredfcs. Mayor John diction of thiS Most Blessed Sacraidea because of the It Is learned the boys of a largo parish would monies. After the services the new between the two there was no within two weeks. was subjected to O'Neill and Mrs. OWeill, at Au- ment, A plenary indulgence can be fference between a white Repub- that the Ulster delegates' opposi entail too much labor and sacrifice building was thrown open folr In- BkiUful exploitation. gusta, Ky. Father Patrick Was gained as many times as visits ars now to lican and his colored brother. The tion hasthey been reduced up two of time to be partlcable. We do spection in order that visitors might Altar made "This war has changed the within ninety miles of Gorlzia, Virgin to thenoom on of the Blessed the know of cases where the pastors ism th Imnrovements made In the bavin given foimt is this: Ross if elected Sheriff points, tho eve of the from' was capAustria, It has charge of owf elections, claim for the partition of the coun have done a great deal of good by main, building nd the additions to thinking of the world. thinking ut- tured by when that city could dis- Feast of the Holy Rosary, October mwld be la the Italians and of not hesitate In car- try, the biggest stumbling block to taking turn about to write, now to the chapel. All tjws wotk cosi terly revolutionized the fid If be does He tinctly hear the heavy cannonading. 6 Until sunset on tho day of th rying a repeater around mow when a settlement "when, the convention one, now to another, and made about $60,000, and the money has the average 7, by all the are feast Itself, These two points are these letters do for all. There is been wel spent Henry Bosce Is has come through a racial stiess He says the Central Powers but- faithful who, Ocotber confessed their M no official authority, how assembled. has having go when clothed with that Ireland should remain In fis- a great deal of mistaken and harm- Chairman or tfte ouiwing vommix-tee- of the most profound character. short on breadstuffs, milk and far would he received holy cemmu&ion. Is allowed four Don't you let aaybody persuade you ter. Each person bused made from sins and the intention of the Holy As stated cal union with Great Britain and ful sentimentality in the growing fee badge of authority? pray for n is not ounces dally of a Before, the Louisville Herald editor .should continue to send represen prevalence of letter wrltiag by most the that Visits may be made as Ik expected, to come forth ssetaibuae- - tatives to Westminster. thinking straight today In war ma- rye, potatoes and turnips. ,He left Father. desired, the only stipuktio, most SILVER. ANNIVERAKY. Culman, where week proposal anybody tobeing aanybody else, the first Although the tter, or that Ws real loyalty Is in this will oe formember s( Aia., facility oft,en as ttea koh Tor oh violation or, tne one party lonesome soldier made being that the person eome a the be dieetlon laws, and we all look for would be destructive of Ireland's and the other a foolish maid. But Mr. and Mrs. J, William KlapJeke any danger of- being weakened now of the college at utat piaoe. outside the four walls after eseV experience. Even it he o that rebuke with! pleasure, cklin for internal automouy R is a good, 'breeayf helpful, eheery letward. wed- after such one. say tWsy would much more salable of adjustment ter from the pastor to his boya will etAebnOsd their twenty-fift- h had, to enter Germasy fha' mftttislan all ST. ANN'S CHURCH: SOCIAL. ding anniversary at St. Brigld's believes that defead herself, or that Isitwar have heard the call down Whan the forowr claim for tne tne war to PRIMATE OF ntRLANP. out of 'Ulster from home rule. keep alive a relatloaship which ran chureh yesterday mtorainjc at got from Chilton and Searcy Roto was being stifled for lack of form a very strong aueh erase for o'clock, a nuptial mass being The annual fall, social o the id the ffar betas: cauaht with the goods on. wMIe a compromise on the second many a soldier's sees i,ti the whole room, Cardinal Michael LogUs, virtue sad self" by Bear. Father Janseft, the pastor, entet-siis- he now been terribly bungled Men's Society of St. Ann's church Democrats and Republicans alike point 'is (kerned quits feasible. The has of Armagh and Primal ot 'Many friends' were present at ttae by the junker rulers mistake after wiH take phase next Thursday aftershooting of Heffernan, Sinn Feiners who gamlded on the fteptoTe the big, atThe "fifth deputy elisors, failure of the cowveAMon and the women of suggeation la that "The church' ceremony and at tne Tyier mistake in diplomacy, poHcy and noon and isevening andat a the men All Ireland, was seven from thsytom, ins of Woodruff' ore Monday, and expected, get together tendance, when dinner Jut when, a man under indictment consequent plungkig bf the country to prepare the chureh for 'the men, Hotel ..last night hir a adutee.' was strategy siace the beginning of the In. the row of hosts at tnese an old all over the world reesivd packages u4 vtk Mr. fnHnwnri battery la one end into hopeless turmtoU are pa itch to al ftr assault and to another district hsgriad at tUfa turn of events, bow nual affairs have nmse a big hst. message Tne of congratulation. i VrjUwr. include knitted goods, clippings, CY..:;.'' ,L - mors ' Motown cornea evident .Refreshments will be served and Lague was bora at Raphe ATk-- -- to "the great becomingwbt U mass authority foe i as a good scheme from Uia coon-tlo- u papeis, dainties sAd otbf articles. questionable wit Gsr- - gamss will ba playtU., the aftsraoon October 1, 184,0. briHtnnt After would be the most deadly These package should be sent not vromlnsot in business' chrckos. Mrs. To bagta with, iniltteg trouble. and dust the Fatherland did not enti4atajiaBt bsftnntas; wt l;3t and .eatfeer he was ciwHad only at but Klsjfeeke at their revolutionary sad a QMOrtr iwtwolattn la not supposed blow Innwaetiefiblet program ms. ut- juterrsla. Chriatmaa from at regular- MtM JaWa before be nuurlags was sisus fthmmm, 8. January 19, 18M, And that strikes in tM hare rBiB Women the bousSaWs. terly " ottr 1 I , ls Cro-sa- DEMOCRATS OCTOBER - ' 'Le-pan- to 15-1- 00 Si " semi-flexib- le ANCHORAGE GERMAN oft- - Judge-Green- e, 's s, German-America- ns - Sel-ber- z, , Jirr- - " M ' German-America- German,-Amerlc- an lesl-den- ts German-Americ- an gen-or- al s ir rd .(.German-American- s. German-American- s. sus-talnm- German-America- sheet-ancho- a firm-fixe- d, - - -- .,. German-- Americans. Mac-Donne- German-American- s, sub-deaco- n. German-Americ- an German-America- n. . German-America- - cut-M- nr Area-bish- op sn i' ,nsss German-Americ- an Oar-sis- eral swro Jo i sw-elslm- sd , ft" "' J ') iS tl4- - &:EJs:iTJOixrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHKD EVERY SATURDAY. d to the Social not Morr-- I Aavancecwmtnt 0I Irirfi Amerkaws and Catfco'.tci 016claU7 Inrtoned hy Ancient Order ot Hlberalans, Youag Min'i Intitule and CathoKc Kal?hte o( America. STATK xjrish jixjEm.cAJSi. TWINS. FAIIl VH17.K WINNING HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVENUf iNCOPa?reo SONS (gJI MARKET STBECT ' (tTUCKY aatreit IRISH AMSWICAN PRINTING CO.. Incorporate Put) HHr SI HOLE COPY ff R8SCIPTI0N PRICK, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR (latttr. Pnir4 tK LIt)H P4HU m SttBi-Gltit We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. H Cammaalcttloai to (ha MNTUCCV mSH AMERICAN, 1W-2- I Wait Qreea St. HADEsTm COUNCIL otTIBVlLLK, NOVEMBER KY ELECTION, riESS5 m 0k .feH SATURDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1917 1917. bo somcj trusting friords of Ireland In Now York and olsowhero who need to; bo informed of tho drift of infill i hi. y I'M? 4i5tiN. fir k r Photo by Standlford Studio. KATHERINE ELIZABETH AND MARGARET LOUISE YOUNG. The above is a splendid likeness of Katnerino Elizabeth and Martwin babies of Mr. and Braun's Iconoclast says "Popl garet Louise Young, tho They were awarded first prize at Benedict will bo known as 'A Prince Mrs. Lee Young, of 1819 Lee street. large field of competitors. Mr. of Peace.' Regardless of the final the recent Kentucky State Fair in a STRAIGHT outcome, no power can nob him of Young Is the well known automobl le and taxi man, of Seventh and VOTE THE Broadway. this glorious title, Tho Allies have declined to accept his Christ-lik- e Friends of Miss Nora Shea are COJUNG EVENTS. plea for the bleeding people of all pleased to learn that she has almost entirely recovered from the the warring nations, but they have October 11 Fall social of Men's sorious illness that has confined not closed tho door to Hope. In Society Ann's church In hall, Pearl fact? I think President Wilson's an- Seventh of St. Davles, afternoon and her to her homo at 90G and street, New Albany. swer opens It a lltle wider. Popo evening. Mayor Charles J. Cronan. Benedict's suggestions could not be Mrs. Maurice Boland and little 1'ollco Judge Sam. J. Boldrick. 7 LaSalle Club enOctober Mary Loretta, Prosecuting Attorney Nathan Kahn. Ignored. They may ha subjected to tertainment and penny social, St. daughters, Misses Clerk of tho Tollcc Court Clay somo modification, but none of the Cecilia Hall, Twenty-fift- h and St. Katharine and Louise Marie Boland, visiting Mrs. of St. Louis, are Hall. belligerents can afford to treat them Cecilia. Uallift of the Police Court Thomas mother. Mrs. 17 300,000,000 lightly. Euchre and lotto, Boland's East Elm street, Katharlmh There are October Now Al II. Gunther. In Burke, Club, City Tax Hecclver Adolph Schmitt. Catholics in tho world. Loyal to Okalona Entertainment bany. City Treasurer Frank Dacher. every flag under wliich they live. Okalona Hall. , City Auditor Phil. T. Allln. C. October 18 Picture, show and Mr. and Mrs, Walter HIgglns and . Catholics are fighting on both sides Aldermen Sanrord Vaughan, Social Club, at sons, Masters Walter and John, ar Schmltt, K. J. Campbell, Jr., James B. of crvary battlefront devo- amateurs, HibernianTweDty-flrTheir and rived here Thursday morning from Oamp. Fred Lcezer, John M. Clifford, tion and sacrifice give tho Pope a Norman Theater, Mobile, and are with Mr. and Mrs. Portland avenue. Wm, F. Mayer, J. J. Campion, R. Guy Higglns I'akor, It. B. Gilbert, A. W. Kramer perfect right to enter a plea for October 17 Euchre and lotto William M. Margaret and Misses Hat-tl- o HIgglns, 732 and peace. Ho has spoken not only for for St. Aloyslus . rd James Treasy. church, Twenty-fourt- h 11 street. rmmrllmen First Ward. Pope and his own children but for all mankind Hall, Shelby and Roselano, South Johnson; Second Ward, Sjiletli and and for Christ. Ho 'has given form afternoon and night. One of tho most Interesting of the ICarst; Third Ward, Booher and Annual niammo nctnlinr acd expression to the soul of civfall weddings" was solemnized ThursFourth Ward, King and Trinity Coutrcil day afternoon at St. John's church, Fifth Ward, Garvey and FrmiKle; ilization and challenged thie Chris euchre and lotto of house, Baxter and Momon. when MUjs Marie Dolan became tho Sixth Ward, Norton and Leone; Sev- tian conscience of tho world. His in club Edward Pfafllnger. Many brldo enth Ward, Parker and Lawrence; action Is worthy tho exalted station nnlmi 9 fl Annual pnp.hrn a'nd friends ofand admirers of tho happy KlEhth, Ward, Morrow and White; lotto and lunch of Sewing Circle of couple gathered FIRST RACE AT 2:15 P. M. ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50. Ho has placed civiliza Our Lady of Mercy, 4n schbtol hall, there to witness the Ninth Ward, Mueller and Coleman; he occupies. ceremony, which was performed bv Tenth Ward, Kttenson and Wright; tion, Christianity, and the human afternoon and evening. pastor, Rev. Father Schuhmann. Falls City Handicap, Thursday, Oct. 4. Golden Rod Stakes, Saturday, October 6 Eleventh Ward, FInegan and Veazy; race itself under everlasting obliga0 Annual charity tho' February Twelfth Ward, Whltty and Walker. tions." of Ladles' Sewing Society for social St. Leger Handicap, Thursday, October 11 One of the happy surprises last Cherokee Stakes, Monday, October 8. County Judge Loralne Mix. St. Anthony's Hospital. week was the party a number of County Attorney A. Scott Bullitt. THEY ARE NOT LNY. friends gave Miss Minnie Hunold, Sheriff Wm. T. McNally. ST. PATRICK'S. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry County Assessor Allen Ii Smith. Hunold, at her home, 524 West Coroner Dr. Ellis Duncan. While Irishmen of this country Walnut street, upon the occasion of by The next ouchre and lotto party County Surveyor J. Kusscll Gaines. are certainly within their rights in 1 tho women of St. Patrick's parher twentieth 'birthday. Tho Jailer Charles C; Foster. LOUISVILLE keeping up the movement to have -room was decorated In pink and ish takes place Monday night la the &o&xx&a8&a& State Senators: Erin declared free at the end of tho white. A birthday cake surrounded school hall, Thirteenth and Market, Thlrty-alxtII. District Charles by pink candy roses and pink can- and will be enjoyed by those who world war, they should be careful Knight. Ladles who will have charge Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Donahue, of dles was the centerpiece of tho attend. District William A. not to embarass America in any Maymo Byrne, Joffersonvllle, lett last week for table, which was decorated with as- aro Mcadames Charles McCune, John Perry, way In the war. With them, as and paragus ferns arJd pink noses. Crys- ICeano and Buffalo, N. Y. vltepresentatlves: with all others, It should bo a case tal candlesticks with pink tapers Misses Mary Black, Vlrgie Donahue, II. h John District Mary King and Mary Tyrrell. of America first. We aro happy to Miss Ruth Waller has returned and shades were arranged around Preacher. CLEVELAND Aftor dinner say that, in tho vast majority of from Lancaster, where she visited the fostlvo board. Forty-llftDistrict Geo. B. Barrett. FORTY HOURS' PRAYER. dancing took place. h District B. C. caste, there is not tho loast ground Miss Pearl Dlckerson. In this city tho Forty Hours' MISSIONS IN KENTUCKY. for suspicion, but it must be ad District William J. Mrs. T. P. Curran and Mrs. B, will begin tomorrow devotions mitted that tho recent revelations at Moore, of Flora Heights, are visitKuh. The Rev. Father Xavler Sutton, morning with high mass at St. Eclipse Park, Satnrday and Sunday, Oct. 6 and 7 Washington throw somo District Brent C. ing in Birmingham, Ala. one of tho best known misslonary George's church on South Eighleaders In a very bad light. Tho street and St. Francis of priests of tho Passlon'lst order, who teenth M. Fifty-firWilliam District Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeSpain had Is again locaited at the Sacred Heart Assist on the iBardstown road. They Ftr lest Two out of Three Gamei. Saturday Gaae called at 2:30. Sunday Same called at 1:30 Irish movement, like all other po Duffy. as their guest the past week Miss Retreat on tho Newburg road, has will continue until Tuesday, and well afford Park Commissioners Louis Seelbach, litical propagandas, can Inez DeSpain, of New Haven. to because of the largo attendance exbeen appointed by his superiors ADMISSION 25 CENTS. Daniel F. Murphy and John II. Castle-ma- to squelch a few of Its more rabid pected tho pastors will 'be assisted conduct a series of missions to nolseimakers. Marie Kehoe is in Dotrolt Mrs. and Catholics In the Cov- by priests from other churches. Magistrate: to spend several months with her ington diocese. These missions aro Second District Phil. T. German. given under the auspices of the daughter, Mrs. P. H. Craven. WRONG SOUND. POET PRIEST HERE. Third District M. J. Smith. ICnlghts of Columbus and will be Fifth District Bon Schulman. ' Miss Edna Harlow was this week mostly In the mountains of KenReiv. Henry B. Tierney, the poet Not much attention Is now given Seventh District John J. O'Brien. one will be at priest and pastor of St. Jcseph's Tho Miss Bertie Harlow at tucky. the guest the much heiralded surmise that the Cloverport,ofwhere she attended the Plnovllle, Bell first Eighth District Jflhn M. Adams. tocounty, opening church at Trenton, Mo., who 'has Pope's peace proposal was Inspired fair. morrow. Constable: many friends in Kentucky, is spendThe Rev. Edwin Ronan. C. P.. ing a fortnight at the homo of Ms by the Central Powers. Instead the Second District J. C. Larkln. Third District Charles M. Itatcllff. reply of Germany to tho Pope's note Miss Jessie Bannon, of Beuchel, rector of Sacred Heart Retreat, will cousin, Harry McKenna, "Gloncony guest of Mr. tomorrow close a weed's mission at Farm," on the Barelstown road. Fifth District Wm. It. Steltenkamp. Is denounced as vague and unre- has been the week-en- d Sixth District John II. Meyer. Everbach, Barrett St. Joseph's church In Henry, 111. Father TIernoy's writings have attmmEvidently tho Pope's pro- and Mrs. Gemid sponsive. Eighth District Harry Catlett. avenue. racted widespread - attention and Charles posal of universal disarmament did BENEFIT FOR CHURCH. County Commissioners aro sought Sor ndarly all the leading Acholic. Jr., Robert W. Bingham, Miss Camilla Rapier has returned publications. not please the German liberals who Our complete stock of Clothing for Cox, Jr. On tho afternoon and evening ot liavo declared that German security to her 1101110 at New Haven, after an Wednesday. October 17, a- grand her cousin, IMPROVING. men and young men, consisting of Suits, can not rest on international agree- enjoyable visit with euchre and lotto party will be given AliUEADY DISCOUNTED. Mrs. Samuel J. Dant. at Gamblnus Hall, Shelby and Rxse- - Thoro will bo rejoicing among his ments, but it must bo founded on Overcoats, Raincoats, Gabardines, Troufriends or That does not Mrs. C. L. 'McCaffrey, Portland lane, by severalpastor, for tho nev. friends throughout tho city to learn Aa with the True Voice, we wore Gelrman might. ben Father Boeb. tho avenue, has returned from a visit efit of St. Aloyslus church at Peweo that the Rev. J. IP. Maihoney, of the revelation by sound very peaceful. surprised at the slowly recovering at sers, Fancy Vests, Sheeplined Coats and Cathedral, to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wise- Valley. Many desirable prizes win St. Joseph's is Infirmary from an illtho Government of correspondenca man, at Corydon, Ind. AGAIN TID3 FIRST. bo awarded, Including country pro ness of typhoid fever with which ha Irish, agibetween certain radical Army Uniforms, is ready for inspection. duce, canned coods. preserves, etc was stricken two weeks ago. Since McCann Misses Amy tators in New York and personages Father Boes appeals to his friends doming to Loulsvillo Father attention, of the Guardians of and Mrs. Frank and Jean of Tho Burke, We invite comparison. You will find of tho German diplomatic sorvlco to come and enjoy tnemseives ana has been an untiring worker, Liberty and other "patriotic" savhave gono to Chicago for holn alone his struggling congrega last year. That such communihero and to this alone is attributed his country is called to the a visit of several weeks. ers of tho tion. Every ticket presented at tho Illness, which all hope will be of our quality and prices right. cations ihad. psissod was no socrtlt. Catholic ma door will have a chance on a ?j.ou short duration. Tljat tho radical element of Irish fact that an American Miss Nora Hallahan, who has gold piece. man to die dn sympathizers in this country was In rine was tho first United States been ill with typhoid fever for five FATHER CRANE BETTER. for the weeks, Is now convalescent at her "ONE BIG DAY'." close, touch with tho Gorman Gov- Vera Cruz agency flag eoveral years ago, and William homo and expects to bo soon able to ernment and" rolled upon xljat Wo aro glad to Inform his friends a Knight of Co- be out again. The Columbia Athletic Club had to bring about Irish freedom was T. Fitzsimnrons, a rousing meeting Monday night, throughout tho city and State that lumbus, was the first Urilted States Rev. Father Dominlck Crane, Aflsa Bullelt. dauehter of well known hero through declaracountry in Mr. and Pcnrl F. A. Bullelt, arrived Trillfnf Rnmnlnn occunvlnK the the venerablo chaplain of St. Mary the Mrs. by leaders in the move- officer to die for his chair and keeping the buslneps and Elizabeth Hospital, has recovtions mada last week rroru ner noma ni cory- moving, wnen Director urumieve sympathies Prance. ment. Their Illness don, Ind., to resume her studies at announced that tho club house debt ered from hismads andand Is again resume his say wore pronounced and ablo and activities HAS 0OSD3. Sacred Heart Academy. had again been reduced there was duties.to Only recently Father Crane TIME But all this was bV unconcealed. hnartv anolfliise. which was re celebrated his golden Jubilee, arid eon visited Dennis J. foro our entrance Into tho war as Tho Industrial Workers of tho EYrt nenlamlnHlnes and last Sunday peated when prediction was made tho news of his Illness was cause for Harrison would do ireo irom that the club $16.50 $18.00 $20.00 a foe ot Germany. Why, then, tho World aro coming Into their own, Mr. Hlnes guests of tho year. Great much anxiety. "expoee" at this tlmq wlien. tho which means imprisonment or exile, as the Joseph P.of Hlnes, wno is debt the first being made for tho preparation is brother, $25.00 $30.00 $40.00 FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS. whole country already know of tho preferably tho latter, 6ays the Cath- with tho Officers' Reserve Corps. annual "ono big day" at tho club radical Irish olic Union and Times. The. ono unhouse on Sunday, October 21, to connection between Tho feast of St. Francis of Other Makes $12 50 and $15.00 Mrs. Fred Keune, Sr., and little which all friends of tho Columbia leaders in New York and German fortunate orcircumstance connected of the Josephine, of Bowling boys aro cordially Invited. Commit- der, founderobserved Franciscan organlza-Hn- n daughter can bo only one with this agents? There with solemn was visitors tees woro named for tho November Green, who are frequent on Thurs- That i& surely not to reason for in that It was permitted to get hero, have gone to Tucson, Ariz., turky raffle and a series of pleas- nnrvlMtAa nt Rt. Ttonlfflcathe custom. HpAn hna lnnr Rledo, Joe ,lnv upon Ger- too strong a foothold ere any action where they will spend the winter. ant evenings. Dr. thirow further discredit St. Louis Smith. E. C. .Brueggeman, B. D, tho Dominican fathers of charge or man diplomacy. It can bb only was taken to scotch tho serpents church had Brumleve and others mado timely Bertrand's ilnv RArvlrMi and celebrated wishes to head. tho administration Frank A. Menno has roturned talks, In which they commended the Tin fan at , ' frnm Nnv Vnrk . where ho acCOm- - interest taken by the members In the solemn high mass. In turn the discredit the aforesaid leaders of an country which Stockor, nnntari hln dnnirhter. Miss Katherlnd the boys now training at Camp Franciscans visit the Dominican Irish agitation In this Tho Very Rev. Augustine Monne, who will spend tho winter Zachary Taylor. church on St. Dominic's day. always had a strong German tinge O. S. B tho editor in chief of tho at school at Tarrytown on xuo already pretty well Little Rock Guardian, left last week Hudson. to H. They were DAN OUNIFF IMPROVING. SEEING WORMV8 SERIES. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON dfecredlted among sensible, friends for Rochester, Minn., where he unBilly Proues, Jack Shelley and nan the veteran letter ,.M.H"MI'H-llIItH-I- l country. derwent an operation, which it Is Ur nnil Mrs. AntMonv B. Slvorl TValtor Young loft last night for nonloi-- flnnlff. wua tnlnrod iij..i of Ireland throughout the recertlv ' wlui engagement of their nMfjtm in wltnees the first two announce It would be Interesting to know hooed may m a success In evwy wa daughter, tho " Margaret Louls jrames for the big league champion by an automobile, Is imurovlng Miss .ToaAith'R Tnflrmaxv. "wW. they are doing today not and that fee will soon he able to Kivnn. in hrefinric Hearr uurtei. ship. They were wise in arranging nlruilv at St. who at the same lnstllu- - day and Is not doing as well as " toll . HI mime hto work is the -,!... " and hl physician predicts a rapid tion, has been an operation Tues- expected. place la No- - for reserved uum. jwu. at tickets early The wedding will take lire underwent recovery. Mie uunin, ma euga5r, jBoath. may, awerw.J field. nothing aenr. Th veHMwr. DOOR YET OPEN'. prize-winni- affairs among tho revolutionary friends of Ireland In thlB country. Wo never trusted them. Our reason was that they had tho faculty of always getting Irish affairs into a bad mess just at the wrong time. How much of this was premeditated and how much was duo to sheer stupidity wo don't know. Perhaps there was method in their madness. At any rate thoy wore not safa leaders for Irishmen In this country to follow. Tho fact that tho United States Government Is now making public their past folly only emphatruth, that Intelligent sizes tho friends of Ireland knew long ago. fH iH 9' sjnHflfc 9BHHwBwBwBwBb HERE ALL NEXT WEEK THE GREAT wAwBvAwBvMwBwBvBHwBwBe7 kHHHHkHHHb ftHr SHHIBk BBHb BBBBBBBBBd B tk KlLkBMBBVBBBK .flK. BBBBBBBH LOCKHART MILL END Democratic Ticket SALE 16-1- WAIT WAIT st Churchill DownsFa!l Meeting! October 4 to Gam-brln- us 7 Days7 Racing Klap-lick- e: Etch-hor- 24-2- R SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY 15-1- . SOCIETY. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS dining- ii VS. Thirty-eight- h Forty-fourt- KEISCH CHAMPS h Forty-sixt- Bcck-man- n. National Amateur Baseball Championship Forty-sevent- h Forty-eight- h Over-stree- t. ed st n. run-Catholi- llM,l,,,M,lM..MMlIl..,I....I.I. ANNOUNCEMENT! At-tll- la - tt Jeffer-sohvill- e, O'Ma-hon,- ey KIRSCHBAUM Suits and Overcoats pro-Gorm- an As-sl- sl, anti-Americ- an it bo-cau- se Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge CLOTHING SPECIALISTS i f 1 1 -- "I"" , Jerai lrt 1 3 i, r iff" SiJ&J&T'TJCTSFzr IJISK: k3MCE?JBEIOLl:- RELIABLE GLIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. ' OPENED THURSDAY NOON W. T. GRANT & CO, s DEPARTMENT STORE 424-42- 6 LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phone City 721 Cut-O- ft 1 SOUTH FOURTH ST. Cumberland Main 721 r'A n The Last Dollar That you spent for something Pj$48k sssssssslSR1 4$ did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COMK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" mast be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the jl) dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" frm ever coming, m) yu i 1 JlfiJv1$SSfc ' PEOPLES FBOVXOSITZ ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n was organized by citizens to make AM Ready for Your Griddle In the LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOWEST BASES. Coleman Bid?., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones, 2886. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON well-know- 1 1 Pv I i fit WllB8P??1 y' ' imnMmii ,, bmm&mki ieysfKv-v- . v,..v. x... ' &i"S?'j8li -? SAM L. ROBERTSON BAKERY W AND CONFECTIONARY CONTRACTOR FOR J Ky. Title Savings Bank . .4. fc ,1. uniimiw m ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 ill ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK 1315 S. Twcnty-sixt-u St. Home Phone Shawnee 368 isgai 0tJ9ggCB Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. and Trust Co. " "i mi UNCLE SAM AT THE FINISH RECENT DEATHS. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. j GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. beloved Mrs. Adelaide Fraass, wlfo of Frank Fraass, passed to ihjer elghty-'thlrreward Monday in her year at tho home of nor daughter, I! Mrs. Joseph Muonnlnghoff, on tho d INDIGNATION Eighteenth street road. Her funeral Caused by Insinuation Against was held Thursday morning from IiOynlty of Irish American Rev. Father St. Helen's church, People. Pfeifer officiating at tho requiem mass. beFred Miller, aged sixty-fiv- e, loved husband of Barbara Miller, 316 North Thirtieth street, was released from eaithly care and suffering on Monday. Ho had spent many I Funeral f Director BOTr and Embalmer! I Pledge of Patriotism Sent to President by Now York Citizens. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. MM-H"'lw'"M'MI"M DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, aocgtj4 PHONES 810. years in this city and had a great many old friends who mourn his Tho funeral was held Thursdearth!. St. Anthony's day morning from church. victim Sunday night Miss Kate Ryan, aged fifty-fivof 1105 West Broadway. Mlsa Ryan had spent e, Few individuals Block Government Plans For Selfish Dread pneumonia claimed as its Interest. Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH pxxoansts. X Climb. Main 209S-- n Homo City 209S ljVWWtWyWVVVVWWWVWWVVW HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 East Main, street. MMVUWMUUMiiMMWrtMVHUWWU( New Location JOHN B. RATTERMAN A "As Near to You as Ibe Neatest Phone" FUNERAL A FLOWERS Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.00 nCOfeOkA?E.D tTAAUSCB ftSTk FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 .WEST MARKET ST. West Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1107a. Scfam Everywhere 1 H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. C510 Telephone 1022. fourth Awnot LoulrvMr Wo telegraph Flowers MAC-KI- Tvjmnmc COUNCEL. nln 4lllt related to the comfort and welfare (of members of tho Y. M. I. now , stationed at Camp Zaohary Taylor. President Hubbuch appointed a com- AltAP L.CH.V3 roittee whose MimiifP rlllul I PPPC tho camp andduty it will be to visit JU! plllXt secure the names of tnen ar For the next three weeks we are mo young men mere, ana for their will bo at entelnment white made b SS2sS..5!i:.aUn?' uuor ia guuu uuuiai uioLuixiiu mis ine, and it will pay our WILL YOU NOT HELP? customers to write us at once while UU1 "luvn". Because o tho fact that church so vitally necessary for fUnwnU uOOOS Tintinnf VnUrCf PnexAf L0. i, facilities are of any camp, tho Cath- tho welfare tlOlJcrS olle Church Extension Society Is ixy ruuKujj lunca more appealing xo me lauiers. YVUU UliXjf WXVV UUU tSULCi UIUlUt31i a con or brother mbw In training for Sam, to come forward with Undo their donations, no matter how small they may bo, for the purchase of tho 125 mass outfits that are still needed by our army chaplains. Surely you would want the boys you know in the different camps to come homo to you, when this awful war Is finally settled, tho same, if not better, than when they went away, wouldn't you? Well, help to provide tho chaplains with tho means of celebrating mass and other religious services and the boys who will como marching homo to you somo fine day soon, please Cod, will bo better boys for tho training and for the watchful caro and solicitude of their chaplains. Mass outfits for army and navy chaplains may be purchased for a donation of $100. These outfits contain eevrythlng necessary for tho celebration of mass and are catly packed In a lightweight, ordinary sized Think it over and let us know if tho preservation of your boy's faith Isn't worth a llttlp sacrifice to you. Small and large donations will bo cheerfully accepted by the Catholic Church Extension Society, whose of-nces are located at 7 CO Mccormick out-of-to- PEHK A.VB53U Council had a well at tended meeting Monday night, but nnlv hii!nfna rfvf nnhllf Mackin - " f j nrc, suit-eas- e. building, Chicago, Damp salt 111. I tho pain. put on burns will kill her life hero and was held in high SONS ALWAYS LOYAL esteem in Catholic circles. Sur- ERIN'S Ryain, viving are a brother, John B. residing In California, and two sisters, Misses Alice and Anna Ryan, of the In view of the attempt of this city. Her funeral was held press in this country Tuesday mornirig from tho Catheto create feeling against the Irish dral. people, and the Tuesday mtaning death! entered cause of Ireland, meetings of protho Ludwlg home, 608 South Jack- test are being held throughout tho country pledging loyalty to the son street, and claimed Andrew B. Ludwig, Jr. Many United States and indignation friends will unite in a common sor- against these Insinuations. At a row for tho passing of this bright meeting held In the headquarters of and amiable hoy, tho ono who the League In the brought sunbeams into an Ideal immct Arcade this weeK Dr. JoCatholic home and whoso voice and seph P. Brennan, State Commispresence will bo sorely missed iby his sioner of Education, said: father and mfother and relatives. "Tho few individuals scattered The funeral was held ycteterday throughout this country who are morning from St. Boniface church. serving their own selfish interests, to foist their carped ideas Sympathy of tho community goes or tryingpeople, will permiton out to Frank Nolan in the affliction ted our cast a cloud notofbesuspicion to which came to him Sunday after- over a people whose loyalty stands noon the death of his beloved out history's pages. wife. Annie M. Nolan, after asi ill Unthinking men In are misinformed Mrs. Nolan ness of two months. was born in Louisvlllo and had lived and sometimes led astray by shortsighted hero practically all her life. Be- opinion zealots. We may differ in and American sides her husband sho leaves her politics, on Irish Is no differenco but there fathor, Robert Dotson; a brother, William Dotson, and a sister, Mrs. or division when country calls us." The following was resolution Hon funeral was Charles Aihrens'. held Tuesday afternoon from her adopted and fonvarded to President Wilson: home, 1282 Bardstown road. Resolved, That the League, in pursuance of its EGAN COMING HOME. emphatically alms and purposes, Francis Egan, denounces the acts of Individuals Hon. Maurice or misdiAmerican Minister to Denmark, who have, through Intent neutrality rected zeal, vlolatod the DECREE AS TO MARTYR. who is convalescing from a surgical of our country, or have given aid, operation in Copenhagen, has been comfort or information to our en The decree by virtue of which His given leave of absence and will re emy. directed turn to tho United States to re "Wo further condemn the effort Holiness Benedict XV Archblshlop the of Peter cuperate. of these individuals to appeal to name of to bo Talbot, on the list of placed Dublin, the sentiments and Irish love for Irish martyrs, whoso cause or beatiCHURCHILIj DOWNS FEATURE. Ireland by clothing their Insidious fication was introduced in 1914 to activities with the green flag. We by Congregation Tho Golden. Rod Stakes for two-- pray that in your wisdom you will tho Sacredthe Pope, will of Rites is decree) of soon bo year-ol- d horses will be the feature deal effectively with those who are sued. Archbishop Talbot died a to our adopted country. at Churchill Downs track this after traitors pray you prisoner In the duugeon of Dublin to show to the Castle in 1680. "Wo noon and some of the most prom ising in the country are entered. American people these unworthy Among those entered are Dr. Shafer, sons who have outraged the tradi ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH. Clairvoyant, Honolulu, Katie Canal, tions of their countrymen, make lima Schorr, all fast ones. Next known their real purpose, the exAt St. George's church the Forty Monday the Cherokee Stakes for tent of their influence and the Hours' devotions will begin tomorand upwards will bo source of thoir financial support. row morning with the high mass, "History records the loyalty of closing Tuesday night with special decided and on next Thursday the St. Leger Handicap will bo the fea- the Irish of this country since Its devotions at 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. ture race for the clostag day of thto birth. We cherish this splendid Father Domlnlck, of the Passlonlst meeting. Tho attendance the past heritage and desire to hand It order, will preach a sermxm at tho two days shows that old historic down to our children unsullied and services each of the three evenings, Churchill Downs Is still popular unblemished." when there will be recitation of the a and it is. expected a with rosary and bendlctlon. new record will be set for fall at SOLDIERS TO VOTE. tendances. FRIENDS ARE INVITED. Steel ballot boxes and ballots BENEFIT RECITAL. All friends of tho Visitation Home have been shipped to the New York soldiers in France, giving them an for Working Girls, 615 West Wal John McCormack, tho world fa opportunity to vote in the coming nut street, are invited to a card mous Irish tenor, gave a recital last olection, and according to law they party for the benefit of that Worthy Sunday night In Carnegie Hall, New can vote on any day preceding the Institution to take place at the York City, for tho benefit of the election of November 6. New York Tyler Hotel on tho afternoorl and families of soldiers of the famous men In the navy are also given the evening of Thursday. October 18. h reglmctit of New York. same privilege and one of Uncle Both euchre and lotto will bo Mr. McCormack gave his services Sam's battleships will gather the played, and for all there will be free and defrayed all expenses of vote. It is hoped that the Federal hours of real enjoyment. the concert, Thta hall was packed Government will take some steps to DEMOCRATIC ADDITION. from pit to dome and a big sum give Kentucky soldiers a chance to was realized. vote in the coming election as recA lusty for tho ommended by the Kentucky State Democratic little shouter at the ticket arrived K. OF P. CARD PARTY. Central Democratic Committee at a hamd of Adolph Schmltt, Democratic nominee for Tax Receiver, last MonGeorge H. Naber, Chairman of recent meeting. day, and the proud father says ho the Entertainment Committoet of tho HELPING GOOD SISTERS. will enter him in the Shelby DemoKnights of Columbus, has arranged cratic Club in time to participate a series of euchra and "BOO" The Sewing Circle of Our Lady in thb election rallies. parties for the members and their lay friends and families beginning of Mercy will have their annual In BISHOP OF BOSTON. next Thursday, October 11, and con- euchre and lotto entertainment tinuing tho two following Thurs tho school hall on Friday, October 26, both afternoon Right Rev. Joseph G. Anderson, and evening. days, octqber 18 ana zb. Tne committee also announce a dance Prizes both useful and ornamental Bishop of Boston and auxiliary to will be awarded and a delicious Cardinal O'Connell, passed his for Tuesday, October 16. d lunoheon will bo served from 5:30 birthday last Sunday. to 8 p. in. All are invited to be Bishop Anderson was ordained to CHURCH GROWTH present, as the, ladles of the circle the prlesthod on May 20, 1892, and his consecration as BIshoD took The rapid growth of the church aro anxious to help the good with their building fund. placo July 25, 1909. He Is a quiet in Montana is shown by tho announcement of Bishop Lenlhan's anbut earnest worker and enjoys the nual visitation of the Great Falla Tespect of as well as A HERO. diocese,' which began on Saturday, Catholics. September 15, and ended this week. JHe had captured a prisoner, and This year he admlnlstored 'the sac while they waited for the escort to SOLDHSR'S MONUMENT. rament of confirmation and solemnly come up he said: "Have you a dedicated twenty new churches In wife?" Information has boon received by missions on the Great Northerns line "Nedn," answered the German. the Knights of Columbus Committee of railway, also on the Soo near the gasped "Nine?" the Tommy. pn War Activities that a monune11! Canadian border. "Lummel where'a yer Iroa Cross?" will be erected in one of the public pro-Engli- sh Irish-America- ns eight-year-o- ld Irish-Americ- an nt Irish-Americ- an JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. SOeriNO, GUTTEKraO, BPOUTXSGt anything In See tin Roofs Repaired and Painted estate. us about buy and rent, real IMMENSE FUNERAL CORTEGE. We sell, ISPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Tho funeral procession Inl Dublin tail West Broadway, IobIitUI, X Homo Phone City 4464. which folloiwed tho body of Thomaa Ashe, tho Sinn Fein leader, who COMPANY SNEDDON REPAHt died Thursday of last week, from Hancock and Broadway the City Hall to Glasnevln cemetery 803 East Walnut Street Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, on Sunday was extremely large, exceeding in numbors even that of tho Wall Paper aad Window Shades Former Foreman Overland Louisvlllo Co. Parnell funeral in 1891. Tho proRoom Mouldings, PIcturo Frames cession was very well organized and wad Window Shades Made to Order. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty perfect order was kept, Tho prinPhono City 6007 Homo Phone City 2517. cipal contingents wore Irish Volunteers, tho Gaelic Athletic AssoBNGRAVERS ciation, the Gaelic League, the Lib- V. E. YANN DAHIY COMPANY erty Hall Citizens Army and tho MEUCH ENGRAVING COMPANY Dublin Trade Unions. There were INCORPORATED also many representatives from ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS women's clubs. More thialn. a dozen ELBCTROTYPBR8 bands played patriotic airs. Tho 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. three-mil- e Louisville, Ky MB W. MaJjs St., route was lined with spectators and tho bells of the CathBoth Phones 4202 Homa Phone City 6874 olic churches were tolled. The Irish Vblunteora wore their uniforms and CnAS. ANSON W3I. AUGUSTUS carried hureley sticks, although Successor to C. Molter these wore offenses against (recent military regulations. There was al- BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Contractor of Excavating, All so a firing party at the graveside. Special ConKinds of Attention Given Picnics and The Government authorities did not Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets crete and Wrecking. interfere with tho demonstration, 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. which was most dmpressive. 40-Homo City 2000 S. Preston. Tho embittered feeling over tho Phono City 4803 death of Ashe waj much allayed by a change in tho policy of tha treatment of prisoners under the de HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY fenses of the realm act. The pris are now allowed to associate oners together and arro separated from the GAY Monday, October 1, 1917, at DmBION 3. ordinary criminals. They aro also 2:50 p. m., Estello Gay, beloved food from, the daughter of Clara Gay Sleborz First and third Fridays, Hibernian allowed to receive 0 Portland. Homo, (neo McFarland), aged thirty-tw- o outside. Tho hunger strike was years. Funeral held from tho abandoned when tho Lord Mayor President John M. Riley. carried this decision of the Govern Vice President Tim O'Leary. residence, southwest corner Camp-he- ll ment to tho prisoners. Recording Secretary John Marand Fulton, Thursday morning at 8:30 and from St. Michael's tin. TRINITY'S MAMMOTH EUCiniE. Secretary church at 9 o'clock. Intemuht In John J. Financial Cavo Hill cemetery. Broderlck. M. I., will Trinity Council, Y. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. give their annual fall mammoth Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. LISTEN Products of rarm, Pactory euchre and lotto at tho club house, and Mine Have Doubled In Price Bat Sentinel Thomas Noon,. Baxter and Morton, Wednesday and X Am Selling- At tho Old Price. Thursday, October 24 and 25. A DmSION 4. big prize list Is being sefcured and a dance will be given each evenMeets second and fourth Mondays, ITAVANA ing following the euchre with Ernest Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Luvlsl as Chairman of arrange- A PURE NATURAL LEAP SMOKING President Thomas Lynch. TOBACCO ments. Vice President John J. Barry. THE PIPE LOVERS DELIGHT Financial Secretary Thomaa J. cigar A dellclously rich, natural MASSES DURING WINTER. Direct from Langan, 734 West Oak. flavor. A (?oiod burner. producer to consumer. Gunrantccd pure Recording For the wlrtter months tho masses from all adulterations. To all parts McDonogh. Secretary William P. pacKago at St. Mary Magdalene's church will of tho united States, post, propaiu, Treasurer John F. Burke. bo at 7 and 10 o'clock a. m.. with by parcel Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Thomas vespers at 3 In the afternoon. Father Gausepohl, tho pastor, will say the Owcnsboro, Ky, Sentinel M. J. McDermott first mass, while Father Driscoii 100 poundB, P. O. B. by freight or express,' $30 00 will celebrate tho high mass. Mrs. Fred Rarlg is the organist, and has Hre your toy an edB.ca.tlon that wlM prepared some excellent music for Brenar tlum for life. tho services. ' S iiiimmi imi'ii irniiwwifBaMfm-trant- r Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS SOS JOS. EIEyEI3 508-51- 1 OI3BM&.IY 1818-182- - AMERICAN "' S1.00 Dig-na- n. KENTUCKY SORGHUM EXTRA rANCTSf NEW TMirn nnil unadulterated Tablo Syrup. 113 W. Broadway, LomlrrtUu, Xy. Short Crop. Rush your order In at once. Our sorghum Is of a standard Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. produced In a very few vicinities which Classical, Buslnew Scientific aad Larra have a wnue sanay sou mai prouutra Courses. Preparatory Department,Oyiwia-Jiu- a. n. irolden color and mild Swimming Pool. Well Squlsped Rimnrlnr flavor. Shipments will commence about Jasaea, Dir. Tanas llotmti Br October lBUi. PUT UP ON THE TABIC IN No. 3 Sealed Cans 34 per Case $7.20 Q No. 10 Friction Top Palls per Case 8G.0O 8 No. 10 Prlctlon Top Palls per Case ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE GERMAN, BANK three-year-ol- ds Save freight by ordering an eight bucket case as freight will not cost any more than freight for six bucket cases. In 90o per In Barrel lots, at barrels, gallon B. P. O. 55 and 60 Owensboro, HawesvUle, Hartford, and Leitcbaeld, Kentucky. PBICES WRITE POR CAR-LO- T ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO 38.00 Louis E. Carrico Hake raoe-goer- Bnottflvllle, Kentucky all P. O. Money Orders , Phllpot, Ky. Sixty-nint- parks of Kansas City to the memory of Lieut. William T. Fltzslmmons, Medical Corps, U. S. A., tho first American soldier to meet death in the present war. Dr. Fltzslmmons was a Catholic and a prominent member of Kansas City Council, His death Knlehts of Columbus. occurred In Franco Thursday, Sep tember 6, when he was struck by a bomb dropped from a German Had ho lived twenty-foaeroplane. hours longer Lieut. Fltzslmmons would have been commissioned as a Captain. ur Fifth and Market Sis. WATCHED YOUR WELFARE. fifty-secon- Sis-to- rs non-Catholi- Let the young people who read this never lose an opportunity to say a kind word to their parents. Your parents have planned for your best Interests all these years. They INCORPORATED may sometimes (their bervous sys tem all used up by tho cares, and Cisan Grocery Stores, disappointments, losses, the the worries of life) bo more Irritable Best For than they ought to be, and thoy beprobably have faults which have Goods dellvored free anywhere come oppressive as the years go by. within six blocks of our stores. But those eyes, long before they took on spectacles, were watching for your welfare, and their hands, not as smooth and more deeply lined than once, have done for you many a good day's work. Life has been to them more of a struggle than you shall ever know about, and much of the struggle has been NORTON BUILDING for you, and how much they are wrapped up In your welfare you N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffersti will never appreciate. 'QUAKER MAID' "lhe Less' FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ' JbCETTTJOKY wS ;JU- -r IKtIIX JMBIOA:a5:. . 9Sm &rv& '(' ItA? s, it f UEfc. jf. nx : lmv, " s 3 3 kzL. ". .is-r- llll IHiawMHMMMiaiHflMMC ;'wi' EASY TERMS On The Kaufman Straus Store insures Supe- col- - rior advantages in its bountiful the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At lections of apparel and dress accessoriesr-i- n its representation of autheutic fashioas STEWART'S 0. FAMOUS STATUE DEMOLISHED TO MAKE SHELLS.. Word received here from Petrograd (tells of the famous nfonument erected to Catherine II. of Russia in that city and its recasting Into shells at the request of the Committee of Soldiers. and its rigid adherence to a high and quality standard. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STOha un-deviati- ng Wlmmmtttmt& IMCOMMMAttn WHEN YOU WANT There are a great, many things which you can buy at Stewart '8 on which you need make only a small payment down. Among these are. furniture, rugs, many line of houae furnishings, etc. Ten months aro given in which to complete tho payment. Tho interest wo charge is less than the "fee." WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise), have been returned to collectors of Surety Coupons through their redemption. "Wo give and redeem these valuable coupons, which means a most substantial saving on all your purchases. Wheel Tickets TRY THIS OFFICE. PRICES ARE RIGHT. year-ol- d Bank, to which you can Account with this safe, conservative, Slxtv-on- e add 11.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever HIBERNIANS. WhaX They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Slarti a Savines The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,00. - GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Stata Governaeat Supervision Second and Market Vttfer ttte Biz CM JOS. DOUGHERTY, President. E. E. LANNING, Vice President at work again. The Hibernian Social Club is exEDW. H. NIEHAUS, pecting, big audiences at Its vaude Sec. and Treas. ville! and picture snow on ucioDer 17. Division 4 will meet next Monday evening. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Los received communion In a body for speedy peace. President Tom Lynch, of Division 4, who was on the sick list, is back S6ANL0N GOAL GOMPflNY -- AUTOMOBILE IIP. John J. in gold for securing most ntew memThanksgiving day has been set bers in the Baltimore contest just . 212 W. Market St. Both Phone. 1323 for tho .fourth degree exempllflca' ended. tlon at Denver, when there will bo ESTABLISHED 1883. INCORPORATED The Ladles' Auxiliary of (Portland, 100 candidates. Ore., will stage a comedy to raise Denver Knights aro making great funds to furnish a mass outfit for preparation fior tho reception of CAMP. a war chaplain. NEWS FROM Bishop Tihen when ho takes ohargd nivlsinn 2 of Syracuse makes Its of tho Denver diocese. interesting by adjourning Itev. Father meeting Announcement that Archbishop enjoying card games Edward Mahoney, of New York Olty, St. Cincinnati, Councils aro Elder and early and then taking a Gabriel and refreshments. had been assigned to Camp Zaaho!ry mall ballot upon tha question of K There is interest and enthusiasm Taylor as an army' chaplain and merging Into ono body. CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. at the meetings of the Ladies' Auxil- would celebrate mass Sunday mlorn-irJGov. Stanley has promised to iary in Minneapolis when visited by mako the principal at tho attracted a large crowd to tho Newport celebration speechColumbus Magnolia Avenue tho Irish Literary Club. and Office and of Auxiliary of South Knights of Columbus Dunaing, day on Court Housq Square. Tho Ladies South 906y City 3101 I.OUISVIIXE, KT. Omaha meets frequently at the many of tho soldiers receiving holy Chaplains are now ready for tho The three Buildings soldiers at the army cantonments. homes of members and spenda the communion. will These priests of tho K. of C. will acvery pleasantly. evening tfre now nearly furnished and Omaha Hibernians w"".l be repre- soon bo ready for tho formal open- company tho boys to France. sented with a striking float in the ing. Tho Knights of Utlca and Alphonse Ohllgschlager, who was parade, tho big event gave, reappointed Secretary to the Knights ceptions to stirring patrioticwero Where work Is quickly of the year In that city. .Where the members Who Zachary done; brightest; Tho membership of tho order in of Columbus work at Campthe new called Into their country's soitvico. anrt Croat Blrtalrt Is 55,386. Taylor, was called into Flaget Council of Chllllcothe, Where cooking seems quota and had Where the work TMa does not include (the insured army with) tho second has undertaken) to ralso lightest; real fan; n rAllnnulBli the work. Ho is now Ohio, numbering auu.uuu members, quarters in that bo $4,500 la woa tho 'with tho 33Cth infantry and willBen city for for suitable camp smmnan. Where baking gives de2 of Baltimore Where the meal . i. . visitors to In .a engineering nirriia'rT.TTlni.. light; HyT coked best; Hag content for securing xiio largest appointed as Ninety young men of the Ninth Sandman Where drudge is oat of m.Tnw nf now members. Division G Secretary has been Kelly aa as- Cincinnati draft district were given Where the range' stands with Will sight won tho other flag on the pro rata the test sistant. They will soon bo located a farewell by Prlco Hill Council, tho basis. where the That's .That's where the permanently at tho camp. For tho banquet being served on the lawn "Quick Meal" eomec "Hoover special" refreshments, past fow years Secnotary Sandman of tho club house. "Quick Meal" comes "by tho ladies, wero tho arranged In. legal debL. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. tho has been engaged In tho sido feature of tho social Monday ofnight partment or tho L. & N. Railroad HELPS 'RED CIIOSS. The Great American incorporate) order Quick Meal Gas Hastes Sold, Installed aad Highly Reconmeaded meeting of tho Company. He la Xast getting things at Portland, ure. Among? tho now sowing: units of Distiller Of In shapo so as tk havo tho tbreo Members of tho Third Oregon buildings open an tjio iime. wueu tho local chapter of tho Red Cross OLD FOUTUNA SOUR MASH TAYIXm & WILLIAMS tho seen Tuesday ho said: friends to which havo been formed recently Is ST. n,i trnnAJhvn of their Anpient at "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB INCORPORATED. Order tho "Tho National committee on war that of tho Sacred Heart congrega last meeting LOUISVILLE, KY. 038 W. Mala St. Louisville, Ky in Portland and requested enuujont Activities of tho Knights of Colum tion wthlch already has a largo memto organize a division from th'o boys bus is going to equip tno Auaium-ii- bership. Many otheoj units havo and two club buildings at Camp boon organlzd and tho good work Is in tho ranks, Zachatty Taylor with Columbia Graf- - being continued in) all sections of The Ladies' Auxiliary of presented Rov. onolas. These are promised ior un the city and county. D. weoK, anu check Adapting Itself tjot new conditions J. O'Hem, C. S. P., with afoir tno livery on Friday of this of records if him that constantly arise with tho progwhile a small number for $500, to be used by any In mariner will bo sent, nevertheless wo would ress of tho war tho Louisville Chap-tsoldiers and sailors Kirn in nnfc anv interested parties to has established both day and ho deems advisable. and If therd night classes in surgical dressings, Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National go over theli cabinets aro bd any reoorus mat of President of tho Ladies' Auxiliary, aro nionsn find ua a nostal somowuiii tho members makowhich will and compresses to visited Boston and was tendered a Airimessenger will be sent tocard and taught surgical dressings required In call for other reception at Faneull Hall. Itev. a aiso uo Philip O'Donnell offered tho prayer them. Victor records can machine, the treatment of wounds by tho irColumbia npd Mayor Curley brought greetings played on tho request would apply rigation method, an invention by the tho city and praised tho work and good samo and to ahleet music Din. Alexis Carrol, which has proven from ono of tho greatest things In tho books to of tho Ancient Order. INCORFOXATKD. rolls, for each 2 of Rome, N. Y., held as' well as music navo a player war, as by its means wounds heal Division airs, will also romneriy. NINTHJAND KENTUCKY. a reception for members before building Tho committee ibegs to as- much quicker tnanand Mrs. J. Stod Fulton Mandovlllo their departure for army service. piano. will bo City 405 chargo you that the above Heme Giimb. South 415 dard Johnston, Jr., will bo In After spirited addresses by Very sure by tho soldier boys now of these classes. Leaders Inl tha NONE BETTER NONE PURER Rev. Father Careon and others the quartered here;" Hed Cross work do not slacken In u soldier boys wero presented prayer Foi' tho Information of friends their efforts to have still more units kits, passbooks, soldiers' comfort attend mass at tho tho county and ports of the order and receipts for who may want to tho Poplar Level nnd twerv womtan in to devoto sorao termina- Auditorium on may bo statctd that city is being urged their dues in; full until the rcfald tomorrow 'it of Tier tlmo to this all Important BOTH PHONES 2399 tion of th war. a bus will leavo Fourth Gand Walnut work. Much of the work knitting, o'clock In aewlnir and tho- preparation of com streets commencing at EVENING CLASSES OPENED. CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, service. We are as Give us a trial for first-clatho morning and every hour tnero- - fort baga for tho soldiers may bo done at homo, and with approaching close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and . English and after, Evening classes in AAallAAAftefctfftAJfcAafeAAaVAAAAAAAAatXL wlntter it Is hoped that tho number night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable stenography opened at St. Helena's of workers will rapidly Increase. ftMATEUIt CHAMPIONSHIP. G25 Fourth Collctee. rrnnrmarclnl chauffeurs tur specialty, dive us a call. nvMitiR. Monday evening, October 1 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE ST. CECTLTA'S. Tho Knlghto of Columbus team in Any standard shorthand system mas bo Btuttiea, unciuaing mo lasu uyu. Its last two, series with Cincinnati A musical, euchro and lotto will very accurate now Speed wa method, and New Orleans played somo of the of by tho which affords Tapid writing with finest defense games over srten here. bo given Virgin's LaSallo Club of tha Sodality St. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. great reading power, In half the Tho Infield, with Tavp Hammond on Blessed In tho school Cecilia's church SATISFIES THAT LONGING. time usually ddvfoted to the mas- first, Capt. Keneally at second, Bua hall, Twenty-fift- h and St Cecilia, on The English tery of shorthand. spell- O'Brien on third and Boeemeyer, Tuesday evening, October 1G, for course Includes the study of ing, grammar, sentence writing, tho peer of all local lnflelders, at the benefit of the new school. Tho rendered definitions', pronunciation, punctua- short, th$ Kndghts preaent tno iasx-e- musical programme will beand lotto INCOXPQRATCr array of amateur talent procur-hl- at & o'clock and euchre tion, word distinction, enrona of RriMmever's work at short tramGs will he called at 8:30. Hand PHONE CITY 859. dally usage, English literature and prises FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. readings from th'eclaeelos. A cus- (has been the aeffiteaiton' of the elim some ono nothave been secured and receiving a prise wm ination serlee. accepting fourteen each tom which haa proven: popular, FREE SERVICE. be entitled A Case of Good Judgi and most beneficial I the oh'anoB against New Orleans without prlzti $2.S0 to draw for the tally in gold. In addition of a mteplay. thel semblance; Each girl weekly story telling. muu to the above a oeauuiui quin anu of the Is assigned a classic short story Manager Breanahair; pillow to read; od which! she is required Hn.' trid hrd to tret the K. C. a nalt1 of he disposed of. Admission to narrate ln her beet Knllh to short stop to Join hta club 6n their slips will pr will The following the ckua, who rewrite the tale and test Ml here, but B0wmeyer nwa noon, be. free. 17, front 2:30 arter-5 to October ferred to pmy amwteur bm ana hand their papers for'coixebtloB. 1101-eKAST BROAD WAT. his position: with the IIHnoU CeartHal oclock, a "cniiarens penny social Extra Pale railway, rather than taka a chmBice will be held In the school hall. AdOOTORRR INTENTION. one cent, country with a. Ull mod club. The Knights' mission will be M I II II 1 II 1 1MH i i II II 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 I H 1 1 1 1 1 II II M II Due to the great demand we one The' lntrtWrt reconuhended by outfield is eompoeed of Clifford In store one cent, grab ba extendcent, and if you have tried the rest set an young ladles The I n iwffKLf "HbUiMM Pod .Benedict XV. left, Hamilton in center ana uosier etc. Hi Mm Tm. & Timc Home Shawnee 58 air . . , for the member o tiij Lgu o and OTugWIn plyin rlgM. All Invitation to all their mend to fHONES during October 1b of these outneldewf hve played re come and help make their ealer- "ithie Pacred. markable ball, Hamilton winning tatnmen&I si success. 191 Cum3. Ute Cincinnati gam with hta thfree-baa- a : TI1ROXO, TIJK CHURCH. drive, and Clifford wKh. hia wkderful fielding kept, the New n i , , Ilm well (We ibjotiuiwj on Brook and Ht. ' SvmraMtCalvartliM. ..the Hitl dn t th6 Hook clwwr Qrleaxto aeore down. beBobannancredit street Michael's church last Sunday gfven waa thronged, BalUrd wwat both BaMasrHtLi44(rVMrSMwCM4k, stent in' youthful xrala for the for taking hoM and pitching after nwwnlng and evening w&en tne Walt CeafauL Dmla TB. TVta4ft4 BVUik.j . adcred Heart of Jeeus will bear Clreal broke down in the Cincinnati feast of St. Michael waa. observed g game on Labor day. with liuoressiYe services, procession ' fruit in th4 coming year, for If X rtra FHm Liaise, Fir Brktt wo nurture with fare In our Qaih- - It vm up to tne Kdgnia- owier and one of the. largest choirs ever rata aa4 Belter Tile, firMual Fire Clay, CUmm for supremacy hetoiid here. The Rev. jfatMer Knos, um hurlera to battle1 ol lc youtn tne irue love oi sutmm Heart and all that thla beu- - aaint CininnaU and New Orleaaa. O. P.. nraached at both the morning OPFICB 538, WBST JEFFBRSON ' tlful deYotioa algnlftes we ahall be and now that Clreal baa had a two and eveaing services, add made an ii and a week rest, be will be called, on to lmpreaeion on Ms nearer that win . instilling a hatred or OUMU. MAIN 07. HOMlHOHCTY57.17. rewwatlqtt for th stn pitch the' ttrat same, of the moat im- be lasting, Hiss senwona were pro ' ' seat Una at all leading bars and, cafes. Rene aey evert WOHX-18AUajaotto Ave., Bet. 9tk mni of otbWra. Such deyoUoo a bound portant series of the year. Lbuisp aoanead unsursaasad by imi Braefc. e ekureh edl- TUe child vtlle has tried for air years to win bteard la that lives. to taU ht their DBUSER, QRBER jHWL If who is taught to' olter up TtT a' world's cbampioashiptKl. DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. Mulroy was awarded $40 Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, YardsFifteenth morning tho prayers', works and sufferings of tho day to tho Sacred Heart in reparation for sin and who is brought frequently to the altar rail by lovo of the Sacred Heart will Boon show the needed spiritual strength to . resist the temptations that are certain, sooneT or later, to cross its path. Again, wo know how pleasing to God are tho prayers of innocent hearts. Ho is ever ready to hear and grant the petitions of his llttlo ones. How powerful will not their prayers bo as members of tho league In obtaining for the church and for all our associates the favors needed and requested of th.o Sacred Hoatrtl "Suffer tho little children to to me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of God." As our llttlo ones are so dear to Christ, let us then show our zeal and see that they are enrolled in the of Prayer and taught tho real meaning of devotion to the Every Catholic Sacred Heart school may become a center of tho league and every classrootm a fruitful nursery of promoters iln tho great apostolic work. co-m- KNIGHTS Lato News Members v Oil BGIMBIIS WE WELCOME COMPARISON OP STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. That Will Interest Here and Stewart Dry Goods Co ' h Caswclisn IVCOKPCHATt Wilh James Mc Creeiy I Ca New V k. .ast Sunday seventy candidates received tho thlm degree at Denver. Mllwaukeo Council shows steady progress along all lines for the past year. Ben Sandmann will make an ex cellent Secretary for Camp Zachary Taylor. Fort Wayno Council Is in good condition financially, having nissets ?1f,UUI, Tho membership mark In Donver la now over 1,000, and efforts will he mafdo to orlng it up to 2,000. Ul OTflXiHWtfflfiHMiMW FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS HOLLOTTS GOOD COFFEE Has been tho favorite kind. The quality is tho best and our prices are the fairest. Try our New Blend, a 2 lbs i-- pr frlP VUi Apos-tlesb- lp Speolal Anto Delivery Service. JOHN M. MULLOY BE SURE TO CALL FOR g, McRENNA Where the QuicK Meal Comes In CEimZs Blnig-hamt- on en WHISKY K IT IS ALWAYS PURE. . JTf H, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, YELLOWSTONE GEHER & SON, w. maI&t ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USB. High in Heat. Low in Ash. WHISEHY m "Wjash-Ingto- n, C or I DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT F.F.X.L.BEER "Delivery Service?" - Autos and Taxis For Hire ss i Prompt Sure.! - Lee Young Automobile Co. l4 OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ACCESSORIES et A. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. X i ed FALL CI Lager Pkw Wst BANN0N PIPE Cfc &33E?US3f2 nwi '' ,' J I Hrt -- It?, tk W - twelve-innin- WIED tf. - BREWING ) . Celebrated Draughi it)i. a4 I ' 4lllllll)lllli)IHIIIIH)lfHH)l)IIHIIIIIHH)I old-tim- k tL" "iLtSifcrtfcw'.AV:- aw IbliuduM adk ,