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Sc Best Cigars Made Kentucky Irish American LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917. families in tho State of Now York, both of his grandfathers, William Deveraux, Kernan and Nicfcofew having como to this' country from Ireland in 1799, shortly after tho William,' KerFenian" rebellion. nan settled in Steuben county, New York', where he became a prosperous farmer, f Ho was a member of tho militia and during tho war of 1812 was a Brigadier Ho was a member of tho General. New York Legislature In 1830. VINCENTIAN Tho CONVENTION. PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Giro Thi Office Year Next Order. VOLUME XXXIX.NO. 15. PRICE FIVE CENTS. MEMORIAL Prepocd For Father Ityan tho Loved Southern Poet j. REPUBLICANS Thrown Into Panic hy Indictment of Their Candidate Por Sheriff. Tho Louisville Herald Sidesteps Defense of Accused Priest. BMrrlng Appeal of Itov. Father Baton of St. Mary's Cluircli . Madorsed by Bishop Allen and ' "J? it W aBBBraBBK?lK-I?sa- ',iis0BBi' National and State Boards. 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At the last national convention held 1916, one If wo do not do it others will not, In Boston, July of the delegates from Alabama was and one moro great Irishman is the writer, Rev. T. J. Eaton, then doomed to a partial oblivion. Fourth Because it would bo a and now State Chaplain of Alabama. Through tho great kindness glorious thing for tho church in a section of our country and courtesy of tho national officers I was permitted whilo there to pre- to see our generous Irish people sent to the national convention the making still another and such a New Yorker Now Commissioner Idea of building a memorial superb sacrifice for the faith. With American Enemy of tho Fifth Becauso it would redound chuxch to the Overseas. greater glory of Hlber- South, Father Ryan, whose name to tho still should be enshrined in every Irish nianism to have It written in literaheart. The church over which I ture advertising broadcast tho city have tho honor to be placed is St. of Mobile, and to have It pointed Mary's, Mobile, Ala., and St. Mary's out to countless visltois and tour- Resigns One of Most Important church and rectory are known as ists that the beautiful new Church Itailroad Positions In t, of St. Mary's, Mobile, 1b a memorial tho "homo of tho t, Country. , ono of the many ob- to tho Father Ryan, Father Ryan," jects of Interest In tho ancient orected by tho generosity of the city of Mobile. Hero it was that members of the Ancient Order of Father Ryan dreamed and hero it Hibernians and tho Ladles' Auxwas that his great heart burned iliary in tho United States' and Will Devote Himself 'to This with a passionate love for our na- Canada. Work Until the Wnr Later on we shall send to Inditive holy Ireland, so dear to the Ends. exiles from its loved and witching vidual contributors and the various with us, in hills. Today St. Mary's is a very divisions frame build- addition to formal acknowledgemodest weather-beate- n commemorative suitable ing, entirely unworthy as euch of ments, the memory of tho gentle mystic souvenirs, and we shall arrange SACRIFICE with whose fame itirfinseparably with the national officers for some' associated. Wo hope to bo able to appropriate commemorative tablet replace it with a moro lasting and to bo erected In tho memorial resplendent tribute in stope, and church itself. I need hardly add, Resigning his position as Vice I hope, that we shall remember for this wo beg for the of the Ancient Order of Hi- constantly at tho altar all our Hi- President and general counsel of York bernians, feeling that as the mother bernian friends. . . . Asking God's tho Now Valley Stato Railways and Company, Walter N. can not forget tho son sho bore, choice blessings on you and on tho Mohawk Kornan, nor a nation hor Illustrious chil- division and Its every Interest, I City, ono of Utica and Now York of tho most prominent dren, neither should we Iilsh for- beg to remain, Yours fraternally, railroad men in tho Stato of Now T, J. Eaton, got those sons of Ireland who have Stato Chaplain of Alabama. York, will devoto himself to tho given additional lustre to tho race. forget saucy Jack P. S. Wo shall Tender a state- work of tho Knights of Columbus Wo did not War in Barry, and wo will not forget ment of receipts and expenses to Committee ontho end Activities war. Europo until of tho Father Ryan. In tho long list of the national convention. Mr. Kernan sailed Tuesday for RECENT DEATHS. tho Ancient Order's good deeds, England, and aftor a few weeks written In letters of gold, none spent in that country will go to Clair, aged forty-ninwould bo moro indelibly Inscribed Paris, where ho will establish 'off- a William P. coppersmith, residing well known than tho order's promotion Of the ices as Knights of Columbus Com- at 504 North Nineteenth street, projected memorial to tho missioner with the American over- died Tuesday of pneumonia, with were it possible to Even seas army. which he was stricken two weeks complete that memorial without the MY. Kernan will havo complete sevbefore. Ho leaves inspiration of the Ancient Order, charge of the foreign work which eral children, for a wife and whom there is still it would be incomplete if tho the Knights of Columbus havo out- dfen sympathy. The funeral was name of tho Irish raco in the lined and which will be identical held Friday morning from St. Pat United States and Canada were not In character with the work which with It in some way connected that organization, as the representa- rick's church. through tho medium of tho Ancient tive of the Catholic people of tho Six brothers and four slstors and Order of Hibernians and the Ladles' United States, is doing for tho of acquaintances Auxiliary. Hence I appealed to soldiers in the encampments and a wide thecircle death of Miss Emma cantonments of this country. He mourn the national convention and the which Hartung, aged twenty-fouwill make a complete survey of the occurred Sunday night at the famnational convention graciously and generously granted moro than, 1 field in Franco and under his di- ily residence, 2819 St. Xavier requested. Indeed I am euro that rection tho erection of Knights of street. Sho had suffered tc lingerbuildings will ing illness and tho end was not your delegates will recall that the Columbus recreation begin. members of tho convention not only was held for. In resigning his position with Wednesday The funeral from were in favor of the plan but were St. morning the New York Stato Railways Mr. Cecilia's church.' enthusiastic over it. All I asked Kernan is making a tremendous tho convention for was its sanction. Faciifice, as his work with tho to my approaching the different diRobert Roy. son of Mr. and Mis. Knights of Columbus committee visions in the United States and ...... .w... muwaru xi. xwy, j.j.oi will bo gratuitous. He is ono of lavenuo, died Canada with tho view of getting Monday afternoon business men mv. ft ftYinllntf nn nt rllRPfiReS several prominent them Interested. This tho conven,.,fw.v. neon- u. wumn who havo practically forsaken their ilium tion granted by unanimous voice, own business in order to further from wnicn no naa years. moreover unanimously passed a Besides and the welfare work which tho Knights sufferer for four resolution that any appeal sent out ono his of Columbus aro doing in behalf 'johnparents he leavessisteri. Droiner, signed by all the by me should bo Misses Roy, and two of the American soldiers. Ho has national officers. This is my appeal received tho cordial endorsement Rose and Catherine Roy. St. Funeral John's then, and appended to it aro tho at COL. E. M. HOUSE. of Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal Far- services wero held morning. authorized signatures of tho naley and Cardinal O'Connell in ad- church Wednesday Probable representative of United dition to tional officers, afl well as tho sigthat of many other memCleary. natures of the State President of States at Peaco Conference. Tuesday night Mrs. bers of tho Catholic hierarchy In ki.in.j tirifn, nf MartinMary Cleary. Sr.. Alabama, John A. Hughes, 161 Ametto, Cardinal this country. MORE CHAPLAINS SAIL. South Warren street, Mobile, Ala., Archbishop of Paris, has also en- 1710 Balrd street, passed into oter' woman ui to whom as well as to tho writer or dorsed this work and has given nal rest. She was a devoted her may be Bishop Allen donations Fivo chaplains, all thoroughly assurance that a hearty welcome many virtues who had sent. The movement has the cordial American in spirit, although they will be accorded tho Knights of lUO lo ner muiuj uu approval of the Bishop of Mobile, represent five different greatly miss hor. Besides her national Columbus Foreign Commissioner husband, she leaves four daughters Right Rev. E. P. Allen, D. D., a ities, sailed for Franco Tuesday, when ho reaches France. was to the stalwart friend of Ireland, and any .where they will minister Walter N. Kernan has been a and thTee sons". Her funeral of Undo Sam's prominent figure in New York rail- held Thursday morning with reinquiries addressed to him about spiritual needs me will, I know, bo satisfactorily .fighting men under the auspices of road and business circles for many quiem mass at St. Patrick's church. answered. Now you may ask why tho Knights of Columbus Committee vears. He is a son of tho Iato Schmltt, Mr3. Barbara Stenger do I presume to Impose thl3 task on War Activities. They aro Rev. Francis Kernan, who in 1863 deupon tho Hibernians at all? Aro John B. DoValles, of North Dighton. feated Roscoo Conkling for Con- who came from Atlantic City a daughthey not sufficiently and abundantly Mass.; Rov. Oslas Boucher, of New gress and who served as United short time ago to visit her Michael Senator from Now York from 1875 ters, Mrs. Henrv Holhert and Mrs. lieuioru, Mass.; burdened with their own responsi- Nivard, of Sparta,Kov. Miller, 1Q29 Tyler Parkway, Rev. bilities in church and parochial Camillo Do Loux, of Wis.; Milton, to 1881. Walter N. Kornan became ErnestSunday morning at the homo work, local and general? I know W. Va., and Rov. JohnNew Sullivan, a member of the law firm in Utica died a J. latter. Mrs, it and It would be a sad day in of Tuckahoo, N. Y. Father Do founded by his father and was of the of Louisville, Schmllt.was but had been counsel for various street railway native history when .priests Valles is a Portugese, ecclesiastical Father companies in Utica, Rochester, making her home at Atlantic City. would forgot tho eplondid Belgian, Father DeLoux a Syracuse and other cities in Central Her funeral was held Tuesday af- Nivard a part played in church Holy Trinity church. an .Frenchman fairs by tho loyal sons and daugh- 'American ofand Father Sullivan All and Western New York. Ho had morning from Irish extraction. charge of tho organization of tho ter of Erin tho world over. Yet speak French and whilo all of . Henry-"!?Duitz, aged am I asking you to do something them, with tho exception of Father New York State Railways, in which a resulted resident pf Jefferson-villall of those properties were comfer the memory of our beloved ' .Sullivan, aro of foreign birth, they bined. Since 1901 heh as been died Monday of Brlght's disFather Ryan. late American citizens and havo long closely associated in business with ease at his homo. 432 Missouri aveFirst Becauso wo Irish In the been residents of this country. Horace E. Andrews, formerly of nue. He was horn at Cincinnati South can not build a fitting Mr. Kornan has long March 3, 1868, the son of Bernhard Cleveland. memorial to him, and suroly he SODALITY FALL FESTIVAL, been prominently identified with and Mrs: Loulso Duitz. His widow, have-on- e we aro too few should Knights pf Columbus affairs and is who watf MIrs Clara Smith, surand too poor. The Young Ladles' Sodality "of a member of the Utica council of vives him. Five children also surtho fame of St. Martin's church aro ready with that organization, Second Because vive. They are Henrv Dultz, Jr., our deathless Irish dead, among a grand fall festival for their No more representative Catholic Albert Dultz, Miss Marie Duitz, per- friends, to he held next Monday could have been them Father Ryan, should be selected for this Duitz and Miss Clara Duitz: also petuated in some uch worthy man- and Tuesday In, the school hall at Important mission, since Mr. Ker- two sls'ws. Mrs. Sophia Coots and The ner, and the movement would sot Jsaelby and Gray. There will be nan is not "ly 1MB of broad Mrs. Tohmas J. Oroark. place Wednesday be an Irih one if it were sot uni- euchre and lotto' both eventngs and business experience and keen judg- funeral ,took I amusement and ' refreshments. ment but is aleo recognised as a morning from t. Anthonv's church, versal. TWwS Because Father Ryan be- There will 'be a door prize of $2.5 Catholic leader. He la descended attended by larine . numbers of long fee the Irieh; he is our own. in sold each ight. from one' of the older Catholic friend! and aesoeiatee. e, poet-prie- st 18-2- 2, J KERNAN non-Cathol- ic poet-prie- st poet-pries- poet-pries- MAKING-TREMENDO- national convention, of the St. Vincent do Paul Society of thq United States is now in session in Its this city, and will concludo work tomorrow afternoon. Going to press before tho first session, tho KentuckV Irish American" can not print tho proceedings until our nexYl Iesuo. Thursday tho delegates began arriving, and from John A. Doyle, President of tho Particular Council of Louisville, it is learned that the attendance will bo tho largest ever known. The programme as given last week will bo carried out In full. Cardinal Gibbons will bo hero and deliver an address as a delegato to tho convention. Aside from the Cardinal another speaker and delegato will be Georgo Glllls-plof New York City, President of tho Superior Council of tho order iu the United States. Somo of tho leading dignitaries of tho church In tho country will also attend the convention. Messrs. Edward Bosler, William P. McDonogh and Georgo Nabers enterhavo planned an elfborato tainment in honor of tho distinguished guests. One item in tho ontortainment programme Includes a trip of Inspection to Camp Zach-ar- y Taylor. Delegates to tho session aro expected to go on record as approving tho war plans of Cardinal Qibbons, tho President. who in recent addresses urged all Catholics to stand behind tho President and to glvo their time and energy in tho Liberty loan bond campaign, probably will touch upon war subjects In addresses. Owing to the fact that tho Govtho increased ernment recently number of men In a regiment from 1,200 to 3,600, the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and representatives of tho Catholic church aro making a united effort to secure an Increase In the number of chaplains in the sorvlco. Delegates aro expected to indorse this proposition at tho convention here. Last night there was a public meeting of the convention, presided over by tho Right. Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo, of this city, at which addresses were delivered by Chairman John A. DoyleHfecretary Alfred T. Geisler, of uTSflM$ropolltan Central Council of Cincinnati, and This morning other dlgnltailes. there will be mass at 8 o'clock and business session at 10. Tonight tho third session will bo held with tho Robert Biggs, President of Metropolitan Central Council of Tomorrow Baltimore, presiding. morning there will be a special mass at tho Cathedral, when tho Superior Council and local Vince.ntlans will recelvo holy communion. Two sessions for the Superior Council only will close tho convention. whole-heartedly Leader. Itepuhlican Campaign Leader Discouraged Over Campaign Progress. e, poet-prie- st. r, ed - I "., "-- fortv-'nin- o, e, le s Taking a tip probably from the j ' columns of tho Kentucky Irish American last week, tho Jefferson county grand jury indicted William Ross, the Republican nominee for Sheriff on two counts, charging offenses against tho election laws in tho August primary and having PROGRESS CARDORNA'S EFFORTS TO DIVIDE AUSTHIANS. abetted Illegal registration. Ross Tho arrows show whore tho Italians aro trying to break through. offense In tho registration of last Tho most tremendous pressure Is being exerted between Monte San week was mentioned specifically in Gabriele and tho ChipoVano Valley. Hero Cardorna hopes to drive a these columns, and the suggestion wedge between tho northern and southern Austrian armies. was made to tho Louisville Herald that if the latter was sincere in Its failure; If they respond with their prosecution ofof election offenses was a good then the case usual generosity then wo shall pros one to begin with. Ross his speeches In per. Tho States are at war, but on the stump the Republican candihas the war mado a great differ- date for Sheriff has been telling on conence in American conwhat a high plane ho tributions to the foreign missions? duct tho office of Sheriffwould if elected, poor, little Ireland In his statements varying wide from And consider For Struggling Catholic Mission this year of trouble and strife glv - hls conduct in tho primary and at ing hundreds Of thousands Of dol- - m, rpplRtrntlnn. Tim HArnlri In it Conducted hy Vincentian lars and so many priests, students, 8mug hypocritical manner failed to Fathers. aimers anu uruuiera 10 uie .uuy- - even puhllsh the Statement qr the nooth Mission to China! Will Ken- - Republican repeated 'who made Irishmen and Catholics glvo davit to the effect that Ross had a lessor proof of their faith and hired him to register illegally, and Parish In Far Off China Cov- charity when tho question of tho prefers to throw mud at the police church in this part of China is con- - officers because they weren't able ers Hundreds of Square cerned? I feel certain all will be save Heffernan from injury when Miles. well. Pleaso do not let my last tho latter was traveling at random hope and tho last hope of the mis- serving warrants as a county patrol sion of be disappointed! man. Any who wish to send donations In a paid advertisement just pre Hardships and Sufferings Tlint no matter how small may address vious to tho August primary Wood them to my Bishop or may direct Axton charged in tho Louisville Both Priest and People them to me at the abovo address Herald that ono or two men (mean Undergo. It would be well also to intention ing Chilton and Searcy) wero trythe Republican for what purpose tho contribution is ing to dominate made. All benefactions will be ac- party and said in big bold typo, knowledged by personal letter, and "Destroy tho machine tha.t is destroying the Republican party," LETTER- - FROMJATHER.M'ARDLE air benefactors will be remembered ih Holy mass and praydrsP' Tho and advocated thenomination- of Bishop's address is: Right Rev. Dover for Sheriff, Bomar for Jailer, Clerk, Paul Faveau, C. M., Catholfc Mis- Eisenmonger for County Groves for Coroner and Wolls for Hang sion, Chow, Catholic Mission, Bailiff. In tho indictment of Ross, China. China, Sept. 1, 1917. It I trust you will bo good enough tho successful Republican nominee may bo contrary to your custom to to publish this letter. Thanking for Sheriff, the grand jury charged print matter of this sort, "but If so you In anticipation, I am, yours that Ross tore thirty-si- x ballots I can only pray you to make an from the Republican ballot book on sincerely in J. C, exception, and assuro you that in piimary election day and voted Andrew McArdle. thirty-fiv- e doing so you will bo performing a for himself and half that very great charity toward the misnumber for tho other candidates Thus opposed to Axton's choices. whence sion of I write, is a big city forming the far there has been no protest from Axton, nor tho Louisville Horald, center of an extensive parish in which published Axton's advertisement, West, tho dioceso of and one's curiosity is aroused Gnlna a diocese in the hands of bbbhP as to what method was used In pertho Vincentian Fathers under .BBBB BBr suading Axton to enroll under the Bishop Faveau, p. M. This parish BBJ BB ribvK banner of "the machine that is decovers many hundred square miles stroying the Republican party." As of terltory, having district chapels for the Herald, the veriest school 3m' 'K&motShp'VRshbbBi Kt IjO miles from tho city of boy knows that its policy, has been It Is a young parish, being hypocritical from tho first, and opened up only fifteen years ago. since the two guiding lights, Jonas Its first pastor selected the city of to eat and Segner, were forced as the most convenient their words in the Cronan libel suit center to work from. In tho city their solo motive now is revengo he hought ground and built a house for that mortification. chapel, i. o., upstairs serving as The expose of Ros3 and the failChapel, priests' as downstairs ure of the Republicans to make An outhouse was fixed up house. their claims good 'in tho purging of w?3" 3a, .BflBBBBBBBBBB an tho boys' school and a Chinese has thrown a tho registration house was procured for the girls' boomerang into tho camp of the However, this good priest school. Republicans and they aro now fightdid not apparently expect ing with their back to the wall to to develop, at least the ground of hold their own In tho campaign. seem to indicate the mission would The drift to Cronan and tho Demoby a canal that. It is hemmed in cratic ticket continues steadily and and streets. Now wo aro la trouDemocratic leaders predict that the ble. Wo must enlarge our premises, of ticket will receive but the site will not permit exthe independent vote. Then again" tensions. Wo can not very well the negro vote, the biggest asset of buy up streets and canals, Again the Republican party In years, has we can not hope to make good hero fallen away below its standard' In this confined area, so wo must of many of the departuro ITALY'S IDOL. move out. We shall havo to proIdol Degroes to Northern cities, and the Gen. Cadorna, tho popular cure a new piece of land and on legislation figures of 17,000 out of this land erect a complete new and directing genius of the Italian a total of 49,000 does not offer army. plant church, schools, mission much encouragement to tho Repubi' house, etc. Under present condilican campaign managers. The PARISH HONORS PASTOR. tions that means an outlay of from campaign methods have also met sum, A big 18,000 to 110,000. with a lot of criticism, tho injecAnn parish. West Covington, tion of tho religious question in an St. but surely not an Impossible sum! turned out en masso to honor Rov. underhanded way and the anony-nmii-q A new mission station at headquarlitera maillnc of It William B. Ryan, its retiring pasters' is absolutely necessary. will greatly increase tho results of tor, on "Sunday evening, when tho ture having a tendency to disgust Tne speamngs our labors in tho districts and It TTnlv Mnum ?nplfitv held n. farewell ' tfto averaco citizen ffOSt and !! er. l.lm Tho Mnlatv tinil hnvn ....- with will also enable us to mako prog- .... ...,v mot avw,j ..mv. ' the speakers havo flncldcd poor Judg-an- d ICmUlIU IUI ..till. x used ress in the city. At present in the arranged n delightful programme, ll For instance, a Mr. city wo have to struggle against when Father Ryan entered the ment. d tho two largo American Protestant mistears filled the eyes of many berry, ono ofpans loading Republl-an- a Louisville as sions with their splendid buildings his passage was Mocked by can orators, and large army of workers. Wo those who gripped his hand fer- - city to a frazzle, saying tho old with our present miserable estab- vently. and on all sides .wero whls- - burg is going back oyery minute co es lishment can not successfully keep pered expressions of regret at his ?nd that no new .etc., up the struggle. If help Is not departure. Father Ryan was sta- - ane herofor the etc. This looks like Boosters Club, but case forthcoming wo must go under. tioned at S(. Ann's church for the ,?'.. Note that the missions are Ameri- past eight years, and won tho lovo ho mystery to .m can, so surely American Catholics not only of his con- t e? hTihorfSS havo a duty to help us. gregation but of hundreds of those annually attended the novena I would ask readers of this paper to consider these facts, tho o St. Ann, His energetic work and boats leaving r necessity of the work and tho good for tho parish, particularly in "'" daily trains , ' results consequent upon its comple- spreading tho devotion to St. Ann, that went of lndiBn-atITh tion, and to give tho work tho as- undermined his health, but for over rom Democrats in this vicinity sistance it deserves. It is purely a year ho continued his work be- tno attempted undermining of God's work for the spread of Holy fore asking to bo relieved. He has ticket by tho Louls- Church. T do not ask nor expect uucuiuu UHUinuin 01 oi. .uuzuuuwi iiiaDemocratic soil KUUOr .riaiae- Tlmna mil Kentucky Catholics to provldo all Hospital in Covington. man to carefully retrace hlH steps. tho money. I simply appeal to all n brawl Using the to give what they can, oven tho PRIESTS HEAR. SOLDIERS. was but a flimsy excuse to criticize smallest trifle, even a dime. All the whole Democratic party, ana w will be useful and welcome. Rev. Francis Duffy, chaplain of make that attack becauso of the ae-tmay tie told that this appeal I Ono Hundred and Sixty-fift- h feat of Greene and Woodruff was Is that tho United States Infantry, formerly the old Sixty- - less Justifiable. Two facts stand are now at war. Well, I can only ninth regiment, gathered together out, Greene and Woodruff wer reply that I have been trvlug for sixty priests, who were distributed fairly and squarely beaten In the several years to gather this money throughout the Rainbow division primary, and the word of Attormejr but without success. This is the at Mineola, L. I., on Tuesday to A. J. Blzot, Sergeant Border a4 matter rests with hear confession. lat hone. ' The they There are eix Patrolmen Simcoxr and Connelly far Americana. If refuse our chaplains ia the division, whteh'just as good as that of SeUlj-mmission will be little better than a will soon leave for France, and Chilton. j:3v: svt" "" WKST4E wi.- mwmomhimA mmm,fAsm g f !VSAgSICr t ;i .i?..."! ntM iVL.asrKi.i rj,yssstxM r fr U. B 9iwst.wmi ii ..ss'wis'w.w'. " VWSsSSiSLJ ' WV-.- '..vvk 1. m jrsmt tisMwm i. jw.'k.aBNLOK.w vKrxriiv.tv dr''.w' .;;; n':ZZ&J -- . nt. wm ' THE PES. SEES THE LIGHT Still,.. &r vtx&l miPB M , LAST HOPE i non-Cathol- ic - j affi-tuc- I I i Ha-Cho- w -- -- Che-Kian- g, Ha-Cho- w, Che-Klan- g, Ha-Cho- Ha-Cho- Cho-KIa- ng 9Sb Ha-Cho- w. Ha-Cho- w Ha-Cho- w nine-tent- hs he-cau- se mud-cutt- er vj ..-- .- .1 Yar-ha- J-f- S! ffi.tlSZJuFot f" on -Hatzell-Hefferna- I . he a t p KBNTDOKY KENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. BVBRY SATURDAY. Mvtaumtmtri at kith AserksM and CiftaHn UrH4 ie fee Seeial mi Of8etUy ladersea by Aaetest Ocder I HIbIaBit Ywwg Mai Institute sad Qatfeelfc Height! of America. PUBLISHED etaX XjfiMSIX 1C-1- AlkCKieiOAIS. HERMAN STRAUS fOURTH AVCNUC r1' ' ' 1i UNTUQKY IRISH AMKWIOAN PRINTING CO., leotpcU4. Pylillifcwi SINOLB COPY s INSCRIPTION PRICK, ONI DOLLAR PER YEAR Bnttrttf th to LbItHN the PettriHea u SMadClafl COMING EVENTS. O'Leary'fl assumed leadership of tho Irish peoplo and their cause in this country. The American Truth So- 7 LaSalle" Club en- October St. cicty, of which O'Lcary posed at terfainnient and penny social, and St. President, was a myth, and tho Cecilia Hall, Twerity-Tlft- h Ancient Order of Hibernians, tho I CeclUa- largest Irish Society in tho world,! October 17 Euchre and lotto, Club, 1U Entertainment had indignantly repudiated his false Okalona Hall. more thanonco. representation show and October 18 Picture am a tours, Hibernian Social Club, at GAME. TORY and Norman Theater, Twcdty-flrs- t -- 51 '. wcowjiRArco SONS MARKET STRUT ' (J We Give and Redeem Gold Trading; Stamps. AiirtM H CwamsakattoM KaWtUCKY HHSH AMERICAN, flattw. J I Ml Wfi( 9 It. OJISVILLE NOVEMBER K SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917 1917. ELECTION, VOTE w and we rejoice that such a wonderful spirit of unselfish devotion is asserting Itself in this time of national calamity. Tho Catholic church lias not been unmindful of tho welfare of the American soldier in this country, and it must not be unmindful of his welfare abroad. Mr. Kernan is to establish offices in Paris and the time is not far distant when the recreation buildings of tho Knights of Columbus which means tho recreation buildings of the Catholic n church will bo dotted over France just as today they are to be found throughout Uio longth and breadth of. tho United States, where our soldiers havo been called to the colors. go on, war-tor- PATRIOTISM. THE STRAIGHT Democratic Ticket Mayor Charles J. Cronan. J'ollce Jpdeo Sam. J. Boldrlck. Prosecuting Attorney Nathan Kahn. Clork of tho roltco Court Clay Hall. Bailiff of the Police Court Thomas II. Gunthor. City Tax Receiver Adolph Schmltt. City Treasurer Frank Dachcr. City Auditor Phil. T. Allln. Aldermen Sanford Vaughan. C. W. Schmltt, II. J. Campbell, Jr., James B. Camp, Fred Leczer, John M. Clifford, Wra, F. Mayer, J. J. Campion, It. Guy Paker, IC B. Gilbert, A. V. Kramer 4 rid James Treasy. Councilmen First "Ward, Pope and Johnson; Second Ward, Spieth and Karat; Third Ward, Booher and Klap-hekFourth Ward, King and Elch-horFifth Ward, Garvey and FrniiKle; Sixth Ward, Norton and Leone; Seventh, Ward, Parker and Lawronco; Eighth Ward, Morrow and White; Ninth Ward, Mueller and Coleman; Tenth Ward, EttcnRon and Wright; Eleventh Ward, Flnegan and Veazy; Twelfth Ward. Whltty and Walker. County Judge Loralno Mix. County Attorney A. Scott Bullitt Sheriff Wm. T. McNally. County Assessor Allen E. Smith, Coroner Pr. Ellis Dtincan. County 'Surveyor J. Russell Gaines. Jailer Charles C. Foster. State Senators: Thirty-sixt- h District Charles II. Knight. Thirty-eight- h District William A. Perry. Representatives: Forty-fourt- h H. District John Drcscher. Forty-fift- h District Geo. B. Barrett. Forty-sixt- h District B. C. Beck-raono; n; n. VS I Driscoll were at Chicago Saturday Nannio Mattingly, of Leb and Sunday to see tho world's baseanon, has been visiting here as the, ball series, but unfortunately were guest of B. S. Mattingly and Miss forced to stand outside tho park ond hear the shouting, because of Katherine Mattingly. the shortage of tickets. Mrs. O'Connell and Miss Gcr-aldlfrs. Georgo Meihaus announces O'Connell spent a pleasant ALLIES AND OUR MONEY. Sunday as guests of Mrs. Peter the engagement of her daughter, Miss Margaret Molhaus, to Law-lenMartin at Middletown. - Subscriptions to tho new Liberty Tho we'dding will A. Ekart. Miss Elizabeth Doherty has re- take place at St. Paul's church, loan aro flowing into tho treasury of State turned to her home at Branden- South Jackson street, on Thursday, Last week Secretary in a veritable torrent. This is as Lewis approved articles of incor- burg, after visiting her sister, Mrs. October 25. Immediately after the It should bo. Everyone who can services they will leave for Now Allie Grecnwell, in Portland. afford to do so should buy a bond. poration for eight more Kentucky York. coal mining companies. With each That Is their duty. A quick and ot Miss Josephine Fitzgerald, Mrs. Edward Hettlger was hosthearty response will do nioro to of tho many companies now oper- 059 Seventh street, has been visit500 club last week at bring about peace than reams of ating doing just a "little bit" there" ing friendsond relatives at Clarks-dal- ess to her in New Albany. Her her home Miss., and Memphis, Tenn. peace talk, for it will prove to tho should be moro coal mined than guests' included Mesdames Louis enemy that Americans mean busi- wo can use. This great output Flynn, Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. George Ihrlg a"nd Vernla, James ness and aro in the war to win. should place prices at a reasonable niece, Miss Beatrico Clcary, ar- Graf, Marshall Morris, James A. rived last week from Latonla and Thornton, Joseph L. Foley, Owen At tho same time it would bo well figure. Tegert, Jr., John A. Cody: Misses expect to make their home here. to let the Allies understand that Irma McLaughlin and Mae Hagel. The food that has been wasted American money will not bo thrown Miss Pearl Justice has returned would have kept hunger from our into their outstretched hands withMrs. Frank Poschinger was host to lier homo at Fort Thomas, after a pleasant visit with her brother, at a stocking shower in honor of out a proper equivalent. England poor people. Miss Ireno Davidson, an October Oapt. John Justice, and family. should bo told that American blood You can too economical without Getting the HIGHT shoes for children is a REAL problem. They bride. Those present were Mes- treasure will not bo expended being miserly. and Virgil Fontaine, Richard Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Connell, damos must look dressy, yet withstand the hard wear of active youngsters. We in tho war while she is left to West Soventh street, New Albany, Roberts Neil Mortenson, Frank Maud-leh- r, feature fonr styles of the RIGHT kind at a special price patent, with coddle her threo million trained had as guests this week Mr. and Poschinger; Misses Agnes OANON LAW. NEW Ruth Haag, Elizabeth Graf, Mrs. M. T. Hanley and son Leo, of slackers in tho camps at homo and cloth or kid to s, and dull calf, with cloth or kid tops, in button or lace Gertrude Seltz, Irene Davidson, Copies of tho new Code of Canon Kokomo. another million in Egypt, and while styles. Mary Greene, R030 Oberemler, Mar-cel- la her fleets aro permitted to pre-sor- Law have reached eubscribers In SumElbert and Fannie Greene. Forty-sevent- h Mrs. Augustus District William J. country. Tho new coda goes ner Everlngham, Miller, Mrs. a splendid neutrality. Eng this F. H. Lausberg i ,m Kuh. Dr. H, E. Mechling Forty-eight- h and Mrs. t. land should be compelled to do her Into effect throughout tho world at and S. E. Brennan were among the District Brent C 1-- 2 Pentecost next year. Roman bit. Her policy of holding aloof patches state that according to dis Kentucky people in Now York the Mcchling. announce the engagement the past week. Fifty-firof their daughter, Miss Helen 1-- 2 William M. practically while friends and foes petitions District of several Bishops, Pope Mignonno Mechling, to William DulTy. Codo ot The Park Commissioners Louis Seelbach, alike aro exhausting themselves Benedict has allowed tho operative. Dudley Herndon and bride, who Franklin Brace, of Buffalo. Daniel F. Murphy and John B. Castle- - must be discontinued, otherwise tho Canon Law to become O'Donnell, of wedding will take place October 23 Immediately. Presumably this ap; was Miss Leona returned A man. o'clock In tho afternoon at havo from at United States should seo to it that plies to the dioceses whoso Bishop Frankfort, Magistrate: our support in men and supplies petitioned for it. Tho new code their wedding trip and will make the Crescent Hill Baptist church. There will bo no reception followSecond District Phil. T. German. be given only to thoso allies that montlons as holy days to bo ob their home hero. ing tho ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Third District M. J. Smith. served: Epiphany, Corpus ChTisti, aro doing fighting. tho In Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Riley an Brace leaving immediately on thoir Fifth District Ben Schulman. St. Joseph and SS. Peter and Paul, vestors in tho new loan have a In addition to the six already ob. nounce the engagement of their wedding trip. Boventh District John J. O'Brien. Eighth District John M. Adams. daughter, Miss Mary G. Riley, to right to insist on this. Meanwhile served in this country. But .MISSION AT CORUIN. Constable: tho bonds aro on tho market and clause is added which states that Walter R. Vetter. Tho wedding 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVENUE Second District J. C. Larkln. the first duty is to seo that they wbero any of these havo been will tako place October 17. The Rev. Father Xaxier Sutton, Third District Charles M. Ratcllft. legitimately abolished or transMrs. R. II. Hlgglns and daugh- C. P., bogan a "week's mission for Fifth District Wm. R. Steltonkamp. be oversubscribed Jn tho shortest ferred there is to bo no change intime posslblev Sixth District John II. Meyer. at Sacred Heart troduced without consulting tho ter, Miss Rhoda Hlgglns, who Eighth District Harry Catlott. Holy See. In the United States have been visiting Mrs. Hlgglns' church at Corbln last Sunday. The County Commissioners Charles therefore tho old order still holds. mother, Mrs. Anna W. Holloway, reverend missionary spoke to tho HIBERNIAN ENTERTAINMENT. WELL SAID. Scholts, Jr. Robert W. Bingham, at catholics of the congregation left Thursday for New York. Cox, Jr. Tho Hibernian Social Club will high mass, explaining to them the Commenting on unreasonable IHSHOP OANTWELL. . Mrs. M. D. Galilean announces purpose of tho mission and urging givo a picture show and amateur critics, the Canadian Freeman puts BARREN GROUND. tho Liberal in his views, possessed the engagement of her daughter, them to help make it a success, vaudevlllo entertainment at these pertinent questions: of the tenderest human sympathies, Misa Mary Catherine Galligan, to both by praying for grace and by Norman Theater next Wednesday "How would It bo If wo criticized a jovial, handsome friends evening and have prepared a special in the Julian W. Keel, of Honderson, Nv Inducing thoir Protestant While Louisville is being flooded neighbors to attend tho every week with copies of the A. tho critics just for a change? prime of life, speaking with a 0. Tho wedding will take place and services. Consequently a even- programme for their friends. There good ing marked Irish brogue, but extremely latoyln November. will bo two shows, 6:30 and 9. P. A. mudgutter organ of Aurora, What's the matter with our asking modest in discussing himself, this crowd, well interspersed with have-eve- r dono for is the Very Rev. John J. Cantwcll, came to listen to Mo., all indications point to tho fact them what they the Air. and Mrs. Cyrill A. Schaefer LANG MARRA. missionary that lta efforts to disturb tho waters the Catholic press? Have they paid Vicar General of the San Francisco announce tho engagement of their eloquent and zealous subject was samo night. His in the coming local campaign are their subscriptions? Have they ob- archdiocese, who has been appoln daughter, Miss Kathryne Mario- 'the Miss Cora Gertrudo Lang and rhe Catholic Church a Haunted Los Angeles. Witness William ground. The tained any subscriptions? Have ed Bishop of toward the comforts Schaefer, to wedding Owen Dannen- House." and ho disposed of the Thomas M. Marra, both prominent falling on barren his attitude will tako place hold. Tho circles, average Protestant citizen seeing they over written a line for publi- and morals of Undo Sam's new tho latter part of November. different spooks that kept people in Jeffersonvlllo society paper is soldiers, expressed at tho Archaway from this "haunted house." wore married Tuesday morning at their Catholic fellow citizens ready cation? If the Catholic Augustine's church s ho called upon 6 o'clock at St. Mrs. Theresa Walter announces After the sen-iceto do and dio for their country, aro not all that it should bo what are bishop's- residence: In tho presence of a largo number to Newcomers everyone of "The- poor fellows, let them havo the engagement of her daughter. tho Protestant visitors copy como for- of friends. Nuptial mass was cele not prono to believe that they aro they doing to remove the roproach? what they want. They are going to of tho a to ward and receivo Catholic?" written brated by the Rev. Michael Haipm Miss Theresa Reglna Walter, The way to have a strong Catholic bo practically exiled in a foreign them, and as attractive a to the country or its a menace Tho wed- book "What Is a Herman and tho ring lr. impressive paper is not to Bit back dn a com- land; they aro going to face cannon ding willCharles Shade. Wednesday by himself. It was a surprise how ceremony was manner Tho attendants usod. tako place lot of hats as Louisville them availed fortable armchair and shy bricks to protect you and mo the poor morning, November 7, at St. Mary's eagerly nearly all ofopportunity to Were Miss Carrie Lee sorg ana themselves of tho fellows. Thoro is nothing immoral church. has ever seen. They're ren William Cole. Miss Nell Hill at the editor. If the critic Is gen- In GRATIFIES CATHOLICS. receive Catholic literature and thus dered" a violin solo, "O Promise their smoking. They smoko at uinely anxious to strengthen the home and they haven't' changed knowledge Me." and accompanied Prof. A. A light in weight just the a thorough to gain Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lyons, of The appointment of Walter N. Catholic paper It would be far more their personalities. If they want a Catholic 4 ,1.. In TlA Longflold, havo announced the mar- about things l.T,t X Oil, thing to add the right enw n Pnnrl lf.ll wuo. wub i un ........h Kernan as Knights of Columbus to the point for him to shy sub- clear or cigarette, give it to them: Ti;,i .' riage tholr daughter, Miss Mar- attendance "'J..." more man a win Mendelssohn Marcn as tne onaai . witn "ZT Commissioner with tho American scriptions and articles at the ed- and as soon aB it's smoked, give garet ofLyons, elab- thn church. An touch to your new fall to William , , programme waa g,Ven The Government Hall. Tho ceremonyJames place at Protestants to make a Trip to g another. oversoas army should bo gratifying itor's head. If every Catholic family 'em took Purgatory" with the missionary. In b f prohibited their smoking. Holy Namo rectory, outfit. In style they aptly Mr. hasn't d ft th ccrem0ny. to every Catholic in this country. will take a copy of the paper and 'ineir morals leave them alono the Rev. Father a masterly and most original man-- , Marra loft ,ater for Wc8t follow the authoritative First it shows the tremendous pay for it the editor will attend tho boys will take care of them J. T. O'Connor officiating. ner he showed them the reasonable--. v,rB,nla and win at homo after ness of praying for the dead, subJ Octobor 25 In their new residence, strides the Catholic people of the to his Job." selves the drafts havo taken young lines decreed for fall; in Adolph von Schulto and wlfo, sianiiaung jub homes; they '" n", .Court avenue and Fulton streoi. men from our beat United States are taking In the , B. O'Brien, We agreo with our Canadian con- aro gentlemen, and I havo ovory formerly Miss Nellie value they lead all the way of military welfare work temporary and wish to add that In confidence In them. Only surround who were married October 5, 1912, nmnie nruuiHas uuui ouiuiuiu well as from tho Uio fftthara APPOINTS CATHOLICS. representathrough their chosen others! as celebrated their anniversary with a constant custom of the true church ninety-nin- e cases out of a hundred them with a decent environment, "wooden wedding" dinner Sunday of Christ. From all appearances tives, the Knights of Columbus. the most sovero critic of the Cath- you would your own home." Constantino J. Smyth, whom "nlmself served evening at their homo, Shady lane tho mission promises to bo a groat President Wilson has appointed The Bishop-eleSecondly It shows that the spirit of olic- press is the fellow who borrows on the committee raising a local and Schwartz avenue. Covers were success, as the Interest of tho town Chiof Justice of the Court of Apthe old faith Is not dead and that his neighbor's copy overy week or soldiers' tobacco fund. laid for twelve. Is already aroused. peals of the District of Columbia. those to whom it Is a precious reads the paper in the Catholic Last week he took Is a Catholic. Mrs. Mary Cook announces' the heritage are still willing to make club rooms. SOLDIER TOBACCO. LIFE SIZED BUST. tho oath of office. Ee comes from engagement of her daughter, Miss heroic sacrifices that Its work may Omaha and was prominent among parkway. Lillian Cook, to William Sweeney. Edward J. O'Brien, the Main tho lawyers of NeurasKa, The new O'Connell go ob in accordance with the divine 'FALSE REPRESENTATION. Lowell, Mass., named In honor of The marriage ceremony will take street tonacco "0B'rVe" The President has also selected will of Him who said: "Go forth His Eminence Cardinal O'Connell. place October 17 at 8 o'clock In the trlbutod a good supply Gwyn Gardiner, a well The expose of Jeremiah O'Leary who Is a native of the city, will rectory of St. Frances of Rome tobacco for the use of the soldier William and teach all nations." Third and Market feet in church, Tlev. Father White per rTe8 man of big in the Government Investigation this have a shaft fourteen Mr. Kernan is a Commissioners who manage the af- Yrom' his" S height surmounted by a life Bleed forming the eeremoay, attain, one of several prominent week is specially pleasing to the urunae nun ui ore r thi BeirtUrtei fairs of the District of Co.umb.a .uv -Biuiueun. j iron-Anumof Georgetown it. , taurine mm who are .making .like ,pirim .irwu nnu Yti. ot ColumbuB build- -. He Is a graduate Kn m Harry J. Henneeey, William J.Rt UC ........... -- rr ..... h- -. aTv.tA nntwvalte years ot age. ... I .. . j eht of Colum- - bus aad is forty-tw- o Universlty aad a j wao nave juwmye ramiea a .ww.wm Hall. taw geea wane H enneesy, Norman Murphy aad J. J. tags. City aaerlnee that Mrs. patriotism, Patriotism, genuine a beautiful thing. It'ls not noisy. It never shouts itself hoarse from tho housetops. Tho thousands of young men who volunteered for actlvo Berrice in tho ranks did so Quietly. There was no brass bands and hurrahing about their entry into tho war. It remained for those who were not amenablo to tho draft to associato patriotism with ear- Eplltting noise. These notoriety-seekehave dono more to cheapen patriotism, If not destroy it, than a million propagandists could havo dono in a million years, for who would regard" patriotism as a virtue that sees it used as a lever to push tho private ends of A good rule snobs. for these would be "buy a Liberty bond and shut up." 1h rs pro-Germloud-mouth- papers furnish very unpleasant reading nowadays. Indeed wo ven ture to say that not even tho chronicle of Germany's occupation moro or Belgium could furnish gruesomo reading. In Ireland It appears nil semblance of law has been dispensed with, its place be ing taken by tho drumhead court- martial, wlUch at best Is nothing more than a machine to convict and punish regardless of tho guilt or innocenco of tho accused. Courts In Ireland aro of English lnw usually not courts of justice, but nevertheless they have some regard for tho rules of evidence, and offer acn chance of acquittal to the how-ee- r, The cused. offers no chance, and this is so well recognized that accused persons invariably decline to plead. This would not bo bo bad, hut the fact that men are ovory day haled on the most to thoso courts ridiculous charges, and many have been given terms of imprisonment for such crimes as carrying a hurley, wearing clothes of a greenish color, walking "In step" with a neighbor or two, and other equally high crimes and misdemeanors, and woo to the Nationalist who wears a volunteer uniform, and all this In the twentieth century and at the hands of a government that poses before a purblind world as tho champion of liberty and democracy and tho rights of small nations. Of course this orgy of persecution has a purpose behind it to blacken Irethe character of Nationalist land in tho eyes of tho enemies of tho alllod powers, particularly the United States, whoso President has declared emphatically that all peoples shall hnvo secured to thorn the rights of self government and a participation in the economic op portunities of the world. Ireland in a Btato of rebellion could not hope to enlist the good offices of an ally of England, henco tho Government is doing its utmost to arouse the people to active hostility. Tho good old Tory game! courts-martia- l, thoso who havo a live in' October 17 Euchre and tcrcst in tho old land Irish news for St. Aloyslus church, To 24-2- Portland avenue. lotto Oam-brlnus WE BOUGHT THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Hall, Shelby and Rosclano, afternoon and night. Annual mammoth October 5 euchre and lotto of Trinity Council in club house, Baxter and Morton. October 25 ment of St. Cecilia's Altar Society in St. Cecilia's Hall. October 26 Annual euchre end lotto and lunch of Sowing Clrclo of Our Lady of Mercy, iin schbol hall, afternoon and evening. 7 Euchre, lotto Novemher and turkey raffle by ladles and gentlemen of parish at St. Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and Market. Annual charity February social of Ladles' Sewing Society for St. Anthony's Hospital. 2G-21C-1- C Social entertain- PHIL DIEHLMAN WHO CONDUCTED A Dry Goods Business ON THE CORNER OF CAMPBELL AND WALNUT StS. SOGIETY. & THIS ENTIRE STOCK OF Jr. Miss Maggie Smart was a recent visitor at New Castle, tho guest of iter sister, Mrs. William Carroll, Mrs. Llllie Mahan spent week visiting relatives at last 25000 Worth of Merchandise WILL GO ON SALE Miss Mury Sullivan, of South Louisville, was last week tho guest of Miss Durrett Oglesby at Pres-tonl- a. Misses Loretta and Maymo Desso enjoyed a pleasant visit last week with Mr. and Mrs. William Desse in Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Biandford, to of Crescent Hill, have gone will make Lebanon, where they their home. MONDAY. OCT. 15 ;&88S8&& has reMiss Leona Cushman turned from a visit to Nashville, accompanied by Iter sister, Mrs. Paul Carney. ne MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S " ce School and Dress Shoes c, vo Ovor-strec- st Sixes 5 to 8 to 11 Sizes 8 to 2 Sizes 11 $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 non-Cathol- At-tll- la six-foot- er cs, F0R FALL ir,l ."." nln 1 j ,.,, u.s, "" ct $2.25 and $3.00 y' LEVY'S ,,- ,- nuy-euwea- a ., -- t ,. :,' Kto nSt no jaa&jsrjrxjojsrar xj&i&xs 4"H"M - ambjricak- RELIABLE GUIDE 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, Cattlo and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. - Wl'I"! - 'l"l'llllIl - M - ll - l"tllI"I"l"Il'l1lt DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH IMIOEjaS. Cumb. Mala 20D8.n ?H't'lM-H-li't"Ht Homo City SOOS MH-H-- H f ' ' i.ftrf.-H.fr- t I J 4 "LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Homo Phono City 721 S& Cut-Off if mHmmtjMiiiitiiwttiitfi GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. !! i.. Cumberland Main 721 - m0am .. yjr ,S V vT sVVJLl I vHjKxBBk' 4BBBBBB1 Funeral Director BOTr and Embalmed PEOPLES FBOTXSEBT ASSOCXATXOH Incorporated. was organized by n SLICED BACONcltlieaa to make AJs RMdr for Your Griddle la the LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE! LOWEST SATES. Coleman Bids., LOUIUVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) "SOUTHERN STAR" well-know- Both Phonen. 2886. Home PHONES 810. ooriHQ, Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS SOI SAM L. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR li FOR SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. J auTTEBora, sfoututo ALL IUNDS OF CONCRETE WORK rin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twonty-slxtSt. 8PHALT SHINGLES A BPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 368 Cy. Mil Wet Broadway, XonlavlUa, JOHN B. O'LEARY & 803 East Walnut Street OTIY AND CO. mwwwmHwwwwvwvwwwwwtwwnvmwww HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y RED CROSS. Headquarters of the Louisville Chapter of the American Red Cross have 'been moved from C19 South Fourth street to 317 Guthrie street. Due to tho fact that rumors have JSfcoA&L been circulated to the effect that articles made for tho Red Cross are HWWMWWWWWWWWWWWMWWWtWWMWWWWW oelng sold to thq public and soldiers R. C. Ballard Thruston, Chairman STATEMENT OP TIIE OWNER-Sin- of the local chapter, has received a MANAGEMENT. CIRCULA letter from H. D. Gibson, General TION, ETC., OP THE KENTUCKY Manager of the American Red IRISH AMERICAN. Cross, with offices at Washington, weekly at iLoulavillo, Ken- -. which denies this and in which he Published tucky, required by tho Act of says: August 24, 1912. JOHN B. RATTERMAN "No article whatever, either Name of Address. knitted or otherwise, mado by Red Editor, William M. Higglns, Louls- - Cross workers and turned Into any FUNERAL DIRECTOR Red Cross chapter, branch or auxvino, ivy. iliary or supply warehouse, ,WEST MARKET ST. Associate Editor, John J. Barry, are sold to any to the soldiers or 2114 either .Louisville, Ky. Phones Sbawnec 1243. Cumberland Publisher, Tho Kentucky Irish Amer- in tho shops. If any willful case of this sort should come to tho atten"West 1107a. ican Company, Louisville, Ky. headquarters or of the dition Owners: (If a corporation, give visionofoffice tho charter of tho Red names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent, or anoro of Cross chapter or subsidiary sanctioning It would ho immediately total amount of stock.) William M. Higglns, Louisville, Ky. withdrawn with full publicity." Tho Louisville Chapter encourJohn J. iBarry, Louisville, Ky. ages the giving of entertainments Mary H. Higglns, Louisville, Ky. Funeral Directors uross, ueneiit or tne Known bondholders, mortgagees and Tor tho order to avoid allueu misunderbut in other security holders, holding 1 standings it must insist that It be Embalmers. per cent, or moro of total amount notified before such entertainments of bonds, mortgages or other se are advertised as Red Cross benecurities: fits. Beginning next Tuesday a 01O XTHJBCR JWH5NTUJ5 None. class in home nursing will bo esKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO. tablished at the new headquarters, Telephone 1023. with Miss Nan Dorsey as Instructor. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. Sworn to and subscribed before me ""As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" FATIIEU DANH3L. this 3d day of October, 1917. HERMAN V. COHN, with rogret that many It P. FUNERAL FLOWERS Commission expiresN.Jan. J. C, Ky. peoplo was Holy Cross parish heard of 1C, 1920. that Rev. Daniel McGuire, C. P., pastor of tho church, had been FASHION'S DICTATES. A Special Spray $3.00 transferred to the pastorate of St. Father. Agnes church, Louisville. Spangles are used on net. A Special Wreath $5.00 Daniel had been pastor for the past Figured muslins arc new. four years, and won himself many Princess gowns are back again. friends among tho peoplo of Mt. High collars will rulo this winter. Adams. He left yesterday for his Rev. Cletus Brady, new station. The smart women want tho plain C. P., who was recently made vice bat rector, succeeds him as pastor. IKWBlfliy New fall blouses have high Catholic Telegraph. touriJi Awmue IcutMk j J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ANOTHER ACTIVE REASON WHY WE Fl ST. CATHERINE'S GUESTS. 822 Bast Street. P. New Location Tho Young Ladles' Sodality of St. Louis Bertrand's church will journey to St. Catherine's Academy at Springfield tomorrow morning, where they will be tho guests of me uonunican sisters for tho day. They will leave in automobiles tomorrow morning at C:30 and Will bo in charge or Rev. E. A. Baxter, chaplain of tho sodality. MAMMOTH EUCHRE. Post-Offi- ce The annual fall mammoth nuMirn and lotto of Trlnltv f"nnnpll nrnm. ises to eclipse all events of that kind given In the past and tho Committee of Arrangements report tho largest prize list In history. It will be a two days' affair, Wednes-d- a yand Thursday, October 24 and 25, with a dance on the closing evening. ST. BRIGID'S. by A H.B0SSES0N and St. Brigid's church, Baxter and Hep- ourn, on .Monday and Tuesday evening, October 29 and 30. Lotto will be played On Monday evening and euchre on Tuesday evening. Games will 'bo called at 8:15. A tally prize will bo given and wel come to all. ST. THOMAS' ENTERTAINMENT. the Young Ladles' Sodalltv of euchre and lotto will bo given Headquarters for FARM PROFERTT. GHT. Wall Paper and Window Shades Bee us about anything; In real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We sell, buy and rent SOLDIERS' RATIONS. and Window Shades Mado to Order. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phono City 2517. Homo Phono City 4464. By Dr. L. Cazo In La Revue (Paris). Tho American soldier wJll contain-Ibo thj best fed soldlerr on the r. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY SNEDDON REPAIR COMPANY western front, slnco ho receives Hancock and Broadway every day 510 gr. bread, 15 gr. of Clydo Sneddon, Proprietor, 1NCORTORATHD butter, 37 gr. of preserves, 567 gr. Former Foreman Overland Louis of potatoes, 340 gr. of bacon, 680 vlllo Co. 0 gr. of beans, 18 gr. of fat. 18 cr. of SOUTH WENZEL ST. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor salt, 1 gr. of peppen, 1 cent, of Cars Our Specialty vlncigar, 30 gr. of coffee, 90 gr. of Both Phones 4202 Phono City 6007 eugar and 140 gr. of concentrated HNGRAVER8 milk. CnAS. ANSON This food value, as o whole, repSuccessor to C. Molter resents energy to tho amount of fOTKUCH ENGRAVING COMFANX ol99 calories. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS Tho rations of the French, tho Special Attention Given Picnics and ELBCTROTYPER8 English and tho German soldiers Weddings. Ico Cream and Sherbets aro on a comparative level: 3,340, W. Mala St, LouisriUe, Ky 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. 3,292, 3,147 calorics, rT&pectlvely. Phono City 4803 Phone City 6674 Hone Thoso of tho Austrlans aro on a lower scalp, really insufficient; they AUTO represent only 2,620 calorics. WM. AUGUSTUS Tho Russian receives most of all, LAUNDRY AND REPAnt SHOP his ration being equal to 4,929 caContractor of Excavating, AH John McQuany, Prop. lorics. ConKinds of Is there any relationship between Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and Repaired these rations and the fighting value crete and Wrecking. 213 West Kentucky Street of the soldiers? Phono 6593 Homo City 20OO 404 S. rreston. ST. CECILIA'S. M. A. Goldberg GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Meyer Goldberg LOUISVILLE AUTO TARTS CO.' A pleasing programme has been Incorporated prepared for tho muslcale, cuchro 518 East Market Street A. Lazar, Manager and lotto to bo given by the La-- Money Advanced on Your Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts' for Plain Note Sallo Club of St. Cecilia's church In Automobiles Wrlto Us. 312 "West Jefferson Street tho school hall on Tuesday evening, Highest Price Paid for October 16. Tho proceeds will bo (Second Floor) Old Automobiles for tho now school. Homo Phono City 2967 Phono City 7798 y 508-51- Ji col-tar- s. A Everywhere ised. liberal use of buttons Is promMiles of braid will bo used this X.X8TBH Product of Tana, Factory winter. nd Mine Hat Doubled la Price Bat Waists aro mostly mado up In 3 Am Selling-- At tbe Old Frloe. MMk suit colors. A black velvet hat untrimmod Is very smart. Skirts aro bawled with wido and A PUSS HATUKAI, SEAT SMOKDJO narrow braid. TOBACCO Jot la every form will bo accepTHE PIPE LOVERS DELIGHT A dellciously rich, natural cigar table this year. flavor. A good burner. Direct from Ostrich plumes are slowly coming puro Producer to consumer. Guaranteed parts back into fashion. To all adulterations. package of tho United States, Tho frock of blue sorgo can bo by parcel post, prepaid, embroidered In gray. Separato skirts have extremely novel belts and pockets. 100 pounds, V. O. B. Qwcnsboro, Ky., Careless cravats, mado of cloth by freight or express, 130.00 of the suit, gain in importance. Tho probability Is that moro Jet will be used on hats even than, on "We telegraph Flowers " AMERICAN HAVANA 81.00 KENTUCKY SORGHUM gowns. EXTRA PANCY NEW Puro and unadulterated Tabic Syrup. Short Crop. Rush, your order In at once. Our sorghum is of a standard produced In a very few vicinities which nave a white sandy soil that produces a superior golden color and mild flavor. Shipments will commence about October 15th. PUT UP OK THE FARM XX Uo. 3 Sealed Cans 21 per Case $7.20 No. 10 Friction Top Palls per Case $6.00 "a No. 10 Friction Top Pall, por Case Any more than Savo freight an oight bucket case as freight will not cost freight for six bucket oases. In Barrel lots, at 90o per gallon ia 55 and 60 gallon barrels, P. O. B. Owemboro, Xaweivllle, Hartford, and Xeltchfleld, Kentucky. WHITE FOB CAS-X.OPHICES ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO T women. The trench muffler, almost disguising tho face, delights many advancing With autumn tho tendency toward tho Dlrectoiro grows moro marked. CnArijAIN Aid Association OUTFITS. 98.00 by ordering Louis E. Carrico Make KnottivUle, Kentnoky all P. O. Money Orders Philpot, Ky. on The first work of the Chaplains' is tq equip the chaplain with the necessities for the celebration of mass. It has perfected the "chaplain's kit," a bag, tho si7.o of tho ordinary dress-su- it case, made to order, very ligtit and containing all tho requisites for mass. Incredible as it may sound, this bag holds a largo altar with altar stone, two sets of reversible vestments, altar cards, candlesticks, candles, candlo protectors to prevent tho lights from oelng extinguished at an open air mass, cruets, cruet dish, crucifix, chalice and paten, alb, clncturo, altar linens of every kind, pyx, a large holder for hosts, a flask for altar w"ln, missal and missal stand In fact everything unbreakable. Tno preparation of this kit demanded weeks of thought and labor by devoted assistants. Working on tho princlplo that what Is devoted to the service of God should bo of the best, tho Chaplains' Aid Association believes that It has produced a thoroughly equipped, practical, simple yet beautiful outfit for the comparatively moderate sum of $100. POTATO BISCUIT. Sunday afternoon. October 21. boys of St. Thomas Orphanage will give an entertainment under tho auspices of Trinity Council, Y. M. I. The Sisters In charge of St. Thomas' havo very kindly con sented, at the solicitation of Trinity Committee, to Council's Literary permit tho boys to produce- - this entertainment for tho members and friends of Trinity Council. Tho entertainment will be given at the club rooms of the council and there will bo no chargo for admission. Tho public at large is a cordial invitation to bo present aud witness this entertain ment, which will be ono of tho COVINGTON. best features of Trinity's fall lit erary programme. There will bo in Tho Right Rev. Ulshop Brossart addition to the entertainment by has received word that tho new. the boys,. several solos. and .selecmarble altar for his private chapel tions by well known local talent. has arrived at tho railroad yards In Cincinnati, and will bo transANNUAL CHARITY HALL. ported to Covington as soon as possible. It Is an artistic work of The ninth annual pageant and Uarrara marble and was imported charity ball given by the Orphans from Italy, tho long delay In transit Pleasure and Waller Doll Clubs will he held at tho Armory next Thursbeing caused by tho war. day evening. Tho ball this year had to bo staged a little earlier in BUILDS CENTn CHUROn. the season In order to turn over Archbishop ChriBtio will early in the Jefferson County Armory to the November dedicate the now St. Rita War Department, and will give the church in Kellogg, Idaho, which public its only opportunity to see will cost $8,000, tho amount being what a vast, work the Government The entire proraised during tho past year. This Is doing there. will bo the tenth church built in ceeds of this .ball are used to furfor all the l, nish a happy Christmas the State by Rev. Thomas J. orphans of Louisville. Tho pageant tho pastor. that proceeds the hall will start at 8 o'clock and the ball will start ANCIENT IRISH VESTMENTS. promptly at 9:15. A special feature of tho recent ITERE ON WEDDING TRIP. Olreachtas exhibition In Ireland was tho antique vestments preserved In Thursday morning Miss Virginia the Cathedral at Waterford and Cowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. by Bishop loaned for the occasion Hackett. These vestments wore Edward Cowan, former residents of wore presented to Watorford about the Louisville, and John Deschmorning year 1200 by His Holiness Pope In- happily married Thursday Ohio. Tho at their homo in Dayton, nocent III. young couple aro bore on their wedding trip and aro guests of tho MUST MAKE KICK. bride's aunts, tho Misses O'Nell, on The Milwaukee Citizen' has had West Brecklnrldgo street. Now another liver attack. the YOUNG MATRON'S DEATH. army chaplain suffers its displeasure and receives this fling: Sad "In tho matter of army chap- James Indeed was the death of Mrs. D. Breslln, wife lains not quantity, but quality. James D. Breslin, of tho of Capt. Louisvlllo Lay social secretaries can do better occurwork than some type3 of army chap- fire department, her death Illness last Sunday after an lain who hobnob with the Colonels ring few days. Mrs. Breslln was a and hold aloof from the rank and of a of less than a year and Is tho file. Let us be zealous; but let us bride daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John also be sensible." Kerlns, of West St. Catherine strpot. She was a member of St. POTATO SCONES. Louis Bertrand's parish and during cup freshly boiled her girlhood had won countless Ono large friends by mashed potatoes, two small cups disposition. her kind and amiable Besides her husband flour, with ono rounding tea- sifted spoonful of lard or other shorten and parents Bhe Is survived by an ing, on ogg well beaten, pinch salt, Infant daughter and four sisters. Mix Misses Katherine, Estelle, Virginia ono large teaspoonful sugar. sweet milk. and AIIco Korlns. The funeral took well together with Turn on a floured board, roll and nlaco from St. Louis Bertrand's church rut Into triangles. Bake in quick requiem Wednesday morning with a mass Bald by Rev. Father Split and oven until nlco brown. Serve hot with jelly or E. A. Baxter, who In a touching butter. sermon paid many glowing tributes jam. to the deceased. t' o NEW ALBANY. Now Albany Council, Knights of Columbus, observed Landing day on an elaborate scale. The celebration was held at St. Joseph's Hall on HARRY HUNGER'S JACK SHERDDAN ed Pur-cel- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON N.W. BUILDING Cimer Fourth art Jeffer One cupful of mashed potatoes, Pimflll of flnur nr taaonnnn- ful of salt, two teaspoonfuls of patting powaer, two tauiespoonruis Of shortening, four tableRnnnnfnln of milk. Mir to a. stiff rimtvli. knead well. Roll or pat on a well- nourexi pastry board one-ha- lf inch til Irk. Cut with a hiauMilr nuttor and bake is a hot oveo for t waive on BllfiUtM. AGAIN AT nOME. "Now, boss, I's ready to go anyR. W. Donlgan, long prominent where dey wants to send me." eald In Main street business circles, who a dusky citizen In a Southern city has been 111 for throe months at on registration day, after perform- St Joseph's Infirmary, la now coning his patriotic duty. "Boss, Jes valescent and has returned to his anywhere But I ask jes' one thing borne on Ormsby avenue. His many offering him con""1 dat Is don't put me In NO cav- friends are gratulations on hla recovery. alry." "Why do you draw tha line on October 26 Euchre and lotto of the cavalry?" asked the registrar. "It's Jee' like hla. When I's told Holy Rosary Alumnae, afternoon to retreat. I don't want to be both and evenlnjr. la New Auditorium, Fourth and Park. ered wjtk NO hoee." WANTED NO HANDICAP. CHILE PARLOR EAGLE CAFE AND POOL ROOM For Ladles and Gentlemen N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market 110 South Eighth St. Friday night, when a high class Cumb. Phono Main 2019 programme was presented. Q. E. Homo Phono City 2564 Wolnmann delivered an address and Home Phone City 3998 tho excellent musical programme WINE HOUSE J. G. PULLIAM was in charge of Miss Ella Law- HOLLENBACH'S rence Gardiner. MOVING AND PACKING Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Motor Truck Express Importer and Dealer in URGES GOOD ROADS. PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY WINES AND LIQUORS In all tho churches of tho Cov231 West Green Street South ington diocese last Sunday a pas- Home Phono 1191Third Street Home Phono City 9130 toral letter was read, in which the Right Rev. Bishop Brossart urges tho building of good roads in KenUSES FOR SALT. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY tucky. Bishop Brossart holds that top much money has been wasted Rub salt, on the griddle and it by officials Ignorant of tho work. will not smoke. DIVISION O. Salt in a solution inhaled helps ANOTHER. SUN ECLIPSE. First and third Fridays, Hlbernlra cold In the head. 0 Portland. Homo, Salt as a gargle will help soreRev. Martin S. Brennan, priest President John M. Riley. astronomer of St. Louis, foresees a ness of tho throat. Vice President Tkn O'Leary. Salt water is good to clean willow total eclipso of tho sun on Juno 8, Recording Secretary John Marware and matting. 1918, which will bo most plainly tin. Add a pinch of salt to starch. It visible In Florida, whore there will John J. Financial Secretary bo total darkness, but St. Louis and will keep tho Irons from sticking. Broderlck. Louisville will witness a considSalt in tho oven under baking Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. erable result of tho eclipso. Sergeant-at-Arm- s tins will prevent scorching on tho Pat Begiey. bottom. Sentinel Thomas Noono. BISHOP IN DEMAND. Salt on fingers, when cleaning fowls, meat or fish will prevent DIVISION 4. Right Rev. Bishop Busch, of St. slipping. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Cloud,- - Minn., has been receiving on coal fire when Salt Bortrand Hall. Sixth street much recognition at all patriotic broilingthrown willa prevent blazinfi President Thomas Lynch. demonstrations, not only locally hut from tho steaks dripping fat. also In tho surrounding counties. Vice President John J. Barry. Rinsing tho mouth with a Last weok ho dollvored no less than salt and cold water will keeplittle Financial Secretary Thomas J. the Langan, 734 West Oak. six addresses, speaking chiefly on teoth in good condition. Recording Secretary William P. loyalty to country and giving pracDry salt and brush will take tical and sincere heart to heart dust off velvet, aplush and "heavy McDnnogh. talks tp the drafted men from tho Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dig-local districts. At Belgrade ho or- ombroldery that can not be washed. Coarso ganized a branch of tho Red Cross paper put salt and bits of news- nan. in a bottlo and shaken Sentinel M. J. McDcrmott and spoke on Red Cross work. up with a little water will clean the bottlo. AVILL HELP FUND. A grain of salt is a tiny particle, but Tho Archdlocesan Union of tho panyit is capable alone or in comwith a fow of its brothers Holy Name Society of Cincinnati any will have no rally day parade this and sisters of performing whichnumthe year, hut Instead will Teceivo com- ber of useful services, of munion in their parish churches following are a few: and in tho afternoon will attend HAVE SACRED DUTY. special services and renew tho Holy Name pledge. The money usually Catholics are, like thoir spent for tho public parade and swayed by a patriotic sentidemonstration will bo turned into tho Knights of Columbus fund for ment which stirs their souls and the conservation of the faith and forces them to tho front In defense fHHHHHtvHB Iff Ipt pan0J of tho land of their love. But morals of tho soldiers. beyond this noblo sentiabove and ment every Catholic recognizes it TAKE NOTE. as a sacred duty to answer the It Is more than gratifying to call of his country. The heart of note in the daily press, 'that section tho Catholic mother who gives her fearless enough to givo all the boy to America swells with pride news, that tho Catholic men and and loving loyalty to the land of women of the country havo con- tho free but sho stands serene with Fifth tributed millions of dollars to the a firmness which Sparta could not war fund of tho nation where other give, because a Catholic conscience "persuasions" have chipped In only is guiding and endorsing tho supremo sacrifice. The tears that thousands. flow aro glorified by tho spirit of patriotism and the consciousness of INCORPORATED ARCHBISHOP IRELAND. duty performed. If tho future, per weary hours, Clsan Grocery Stores, On Tuesday, September 11, the chance, has dark and venorable Archbishop Ireland began tho American Catholics will be susBest For Less.' his eightieth year. The Archbishop tained by a double prop deep love was born at Burnchurch, County oi tneir country and tho verdict of Goods delivered frco anywhere America has within six blocks of our stores. Kilkenny, Ireland. On next De- their conscience. years called her sons and her daughters; cember 21 he will be fifty-si-x a priest. Bishop Grace consecrated they will respond and none moro earnestly, more Ira year fcoya aa eAaaattea tiutt him Bishop on December 21, 1875. willingly, moro prepare tktm for Ufa. than tho Catholics. protect God WOMEN IN SHOPS. America! Newark lit -- 1818-182- I GERMAN, BANK fellow-citizen- s, and Market Sts 'QUAKER MAID "ihe whole-hearted- ly 113 W. Broadway, obt111, Xy. COSTLY CnAPEL. the vicinity of Bridgeport, Conn., Ceadbeted by the Xaverlaa Brother. where shells and cartridges are be BuiIbmw ing manufactured, The now completed chapel of St Clasateal. Seleattflo asd milling maLaraa chines, lathee, drills and planes Peter In the new Cathedral of St. Ooureee. Preparaterr Department,aynea. Pool, Well Hqulpped Bwtmmlnr Paul, Minn., cost $30,000. are Being operated by women. Iwija, Iwm Me4ra. Bre. Jusea, Dtr, In manr of the large factories la Monitor. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE -- . JL. J" jE3varxjOK:r id x:risc jviEiio-aj!:- . a i EASY TERMS On 1 1 re ad Kaufman Straus Store insures Supe-rie- r advantages in its bountiful col-lections Ml 5 the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At of apparel and dress accessories in ks representation of autheutic fashioMs its rigid adherence to a high and tin-deviati- ag STEWART'S I There are a great many tkinga which you can buy at Stewart's on which yon need mako only a small payment down. Among these are furniture, rugs, many lines of heuse furnishings, etc. Ten months are given in which to complete tho paymeat. The interest we charge is Jess than the "fee." WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise) liavo been returned to collectors of Surety Coupons through their redemption. "We givo and redeem these valuable coupons, which means a most substantial saving, on all your purso-call- quality standard. THE SOUTtrS HIGHEST CLASS VtrAKIMLHI ziuhl x WCrATCO o WHEN YOU WANT REMARKABLE ipHOTO SHOWING RUSSIANS IN FLIGHT. Hero is a truly remarkable photograph published for the first time In America, depicting the flight of tho Russian Infantry following an alarm that the German calvary had broken through the last defenses tho resemblnaco to soldiers. and was preparing to annihilate any and all Russians who bore Wheel Tickets TRY THIS OFFICE. PRICES ARE RIGHT. you can Sixty-onto year-olStart a Savings Account with this afe, conservative, and 8 eper cent. NoBank, to which you whatever add 41.00 or more at any time. We add absolute aafety or the depositor ofcost $10,00. The wme courteous attention given the depositor of Jt.00 d HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Philadelphia has 100 divisions. Division 3 will meet next Friday friends. Mr. and Mrs. Galvln are spending their honeymoon in Chicago, and on their return will bo at homo at 3625 West Chestnut. GLOR1' chases. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS .WE WELCOME COMPARISON OP STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. FOR YEARS. IP. At one of tho best third degrees ever put on in Denver tho class numbered sixty-livFOR OVER THIRTY YEARS evening. Bishop Burko has mado his sec Our Louisville Ladles' Auxiliary ond contribution of ?100 to tho will soon forward its army mass MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE fund for our soldiers. SttMd and Market outfit. State Gewumwt Supervision IMer tta Big Cfek Plans havo been set In motion Has been the favorite kind. The quality is Five hundred delegates attended tor tho formation of a council at the best and our prices are the fairest. Try nTf tho County Board quarterly meeting EDW. H. NIEHAUS, In Philadelphia. Glenwood Springs, Col. E.'E. LANNING, our New Blend, 2 lbs JOS. DOUGHERTY, Sec. and Treas. Vice President. President. Union Council of Syracuso prePresident John Riley, of Division Special A(e Delivery Scrvlc. 3, Is proud of tho .success of last sented retiring Grand Knight Herpennant winners. This remarkable man Englohardt a $500 Liberty week's initiation. Division 2 of Syracuse had a good result stands out as the stellar bond. Initiation last week. The quarterly achievement in local baseball cirThe next Supremo convention of Botk Fhonea 1323 212 W. Market St. cles. Tho Knights wero soundly the Alhambra will bo held at report was very encouraging. ESTABLISHED 1885. trounced in the opening game. Not Buffalo the last week of September, John Ryan, one of tho order's a fan who witnessed INCORPORATED that crushing veteran members, mado a rousing aeieat could be found who had tho 1919. talk at Division 4 Monday night .. n a.. nniipntrn fn ir1At ". Tho fourth degree exemplification that was to havo taken placo Club's entertainment next Wednes locals tho add third tomorrow at Dayton, Ohio, has been day evening at the Norman Theater. games. In But itsecond happened just the postponed to Thanksgiving day. In San Francisco tho Ladies' Aux- same and tho world's championship John P." Hanley, of tljls city, was iliary has organized an Irish his- was saved. To the average spectory class for children, tuition be- tator the result was naturally chosen a member of the Council of CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. Viziers at tho Alhambra convening free. pleasing. But to the rank and file tion Hibernians in Central New York of Twin City players and followers wiselyat Syracuse. Tho honor was" many challenges have Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue "forty-five- "issued games and anticipate for It was a wonderfully inspiring per- Majorconferred.Powers, U. S. A., Nea'l an formance a. fitting climax of exciting season. conferred tho third degree on Soath OOOy stellar play defeating the LOUISVILLE, KY. Citr 3ioi twenty of tho men df tho Yorba of a world's honor. Mrs. John McCue has been electNot in the history of forty years Buena Island naval training staed President of tho Ladles' Auxiliary at St. Joseph, ono of tho llvo of organized" baseball has any other tion at tho Initiation of San Franlocal club accomplished such a feat. cisco Council. divisions in Missouri. In the Hibernian rooms at Cort- Never have we Coasted a team that Emery Auditorium was crowded Where work la quick!) land. N. Y., Charles McDonald, re- displayed like stamina and courago for tho Cincinnati Chapter celebraWhere the koe la decently enlisted, was presented a in tho face of almost certain done; brightest; Discovery day. feat. These sturdy bluorclad ath tion of Where cooking seeau handsome gold watch. McLaughlin's letes would not-b- e denied and they VValdh, of Massachusetts, was tho Where the work' speaker and his ability as an orator National President real fun; lightest; recent stirring address in Congress they won. and their was maintained. Where baking gives meal te by Tom Langan at tho di was read the .Where r, Tho K. of C. building at tho due and Manager Cllnes, cooked best; vision meeting Monday. Ciresl, Bohannan, Ballard, camp was crowded with soldiers Where drudge Is oat of Where the range steads Tho trip of Mrs. Mary McWhor-te- Hammond, Iveneally, Sunday afternoon, who enjoyed tho Hamilton, sight National President, to tho New the tost Bos-le- r, "play by play" story of tho Chica-- That's England States,- has aroused much O'Brien, Clifford, O'Loughlln, and go-New where where tht the That's Curloy, Franz Lebro, York game fresh from . ., " ..I "Quick Meal" come spirit and enthusiasm. "Quick Meal" comes Weber aro recipients of our heart- the Herald wires. 1b. Tho past year has been tho most iest, felicitations and best wishes. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. and successful in tho history of tho They have won a placo in tho lists at Plans Crosse hopes ofatthe Knights havo ' La last borne Tho Qreat American incorporates) Qalek Meal Gaa Raaftea Sold, Installed and Highly HecommcBdeil Denver, which is of basoball Immortals. Tho glory Ancient Order in fruit in the purchase of a valuable in a very flourishing condition. Distillers Of of their victorious deeds will llvo pieco of property in tho heart of All New York is looking forward long In tho years yet to come. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH TAYLiOR & WILLIAMS tho city, Trhero they win erect a to the entertainment and ball of the "HOLLENBAOH" PURS) RYH handsome homo building. INCORPORATED. Hibernians, tho social event of the ' LOUISVILLE, KY. OAW TAYLOR NEWS. F. W. Durbin, of tho Commltteo 526 W. Mala St. Lomkrille, Kjr year, on November 2. Boxes are on War Activities,, writes that Will-la$10 each. Last Sunday Chaplain B. S. B. Kupor Is certainly putting Tho Ancient Order of Portland, celebrated mass In club Camp Zachary Taylor on tho map. stage a play next .ThursOre., will Zachary The latter has suggested Ideas day night in Hibernian Hall, tho building No. 2 at Camp 250 att- may bo followed everywhere. that Taylor at 9 o'clock. About proceeds to be given in aid of tho Fifteen of Cosgrovo ended and fifty soldiers received Council at members Iowa, called as Catholic army chaplain's fund. Dunlap, 10 o'clock holy communion. Under tho auspices of tho Ladies' mass was celebrated At Auditorium recruits for Undo Sam's army, In Auxiliary of San Francisco a mass wero given a farewell reception and was said on Friday morning of last building on tho Poplar Level road, presented with Identification bookvery JLotv week in St. Marys Cathedral for attended by nearly 2,000, a Sev- lets and rosaries In leather cases. . tho peace and harmony of our na- small inumber being civilians. mass Tho old war horse, Thomas M. eral communicated, and after tion. 's Gleeson, heads tho Knights who breakfast was served In the Through the efforts of the Ladles' will solicit subscriptions for the I! office by tho Queen's DaughC. Auxiliary tho Itev. L. J. O'Hern. ters. It is inspiring to seo these new Liberty loan In Covington. S. P., last week received contribu- good men como In such numbers Bishop Carrell Council has .been as INCORPORATED. more tions for the purchase of llvo city goodly so gentlemanly during mass outfits for Catholic chap and behavothis surely Is an Indica signed aBankers' portion of tho mass, and Association, by tho NINTHJWND KENTUCKY. lains. tho part Newport was ablaze "with patriota tion of the appreciation on in Camp Mem City 405 Camb. Sonth 415 To show tho appreciation of quartered of tho hoys to tho members ana their Zachary Taylor. Tho tlmo and ism for ColumUus day. . The entire order NONE BETTER NONE PURER friends for tho enthusiasm ana zeai placo for masses will continue the block south of the Court Houso was during tho past year Denver Same, and confessions will bo heard roped off and chairs occupied tho shown brilliantly Hibernians entertained with an in- ooth afternoon ana nignt on &aiur- - street, which was decorated. lighted Gov. and beautifully formal social and dance that was davs and .early Sunday morning. Stanley the address, and largely attetided. BOTH PHONES 2399 Tho organ which was so kindly city and delivered officials and every county Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of New Al- donated by Mrs. Duane has noon in in the city bany makes steady progress. Cath- stalled and on Sunday the Con fraternal organization patriotic CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, service. We are s dive us a trial' for flrst-clas- ft erine Cody, tho County President, cordia Singing Society, "with a choir participated in tho close to you as your phone. Prompt service, dav and was presented a beautiful pin and of forty voices, will sing tho high X gold coin for her splendid work mass at tho auditorium. This volnight. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable ATHLETIC OLUB DONATES. among tho cyclone sufferers, many untary serrvice is surely to bo com.chauffeurs t ur specialty, dive us a call. being members of the order. mended highly and no doubt tho IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE The Columbia Athletic Club, Pa., soldiers will feel deeply grateful of Olyphant, Division 27 Brum-levTreasurer, B. favors calling an Irish raco con- for being remembered in this man- through Usweek forwardedD.to Col. last vention', wherein tho real position ner, and will crowd tho auditorium P. H. Callahan and tho Knights of of tho citizens of Irish' birth and to tho utmost capacity. It is again Columbbus AcCommittee SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. descent may bo stated in a clear, respectfully requested that civilians tivities a draft for ?50,on War UBed to be concise and intelligent manner and give the soldiers preference to the as SATISFIES THAT LONGING. tho committee may see flt. Treasrefuting the misrepresentation that BC'fltB expressed the hopo Kelly, Albert O'Daly and urer Brumlov throughout the "spread William has been W. T. J. Doyle will be assistants to of sending another draft within country. This patriotic MtLaugM-lln- , Secretary B. J. Sandmann and will another week's time. Congressman Joseph INCORPORATED National bo In tho camp all tho time to re--, act of the Columbia Athletic Club Philadelphia, of Knights or was promptly acknowledged by Col. LOUISVILLE. KY, President of the Ancient Order, de- ceivo visitors to the. Wednesdays, Callahan, who said it was a very PHONE CITY 859. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Columbus livered a stirring address at the Saturdays buildings. to and Sundays are visiting agreeable surprise and returnedvery County Board meeting. Of him It the officers and members his FREE SERVICE. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of Is said that, whllo he does not dis- days and tho public will bo deep gratitude for their evidence port hlmeelf in stilted, ultra- - preof appreciation by making the sacho utterance, cise elegancies of rifice to help in tho work. THANKSGIVING INITIATION. makes sound, practical, businesslike talks. Ha has won substantial, CHAPLAIN BILL DEFERRED. Division 4, A. O. H., at its meetdistinction during his ing Monday evening decided to postbrief career in Congress. 1101-0- 3 KAST BROADWAY. Tho work of supplying chaplains pone their big fall Initiation to Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common 28, to the American forces in France Thanksgiving eve, November CHONAN GALVIN. initia- and abroad is ono of tho most Imand in connection with the Due to the. zr eat demand we are bow BOTTLING COMMON, portant phases of tho programme a i.na.itlfi.t anrl lmnruvn flnrft- - tion will have a musical entertain1.. M.I. T. M. MCRWCE, ; PABfllfl)' Jfli. President wbloh the Knights of Columbus and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. mony was witnessed in St. Charlee ment and Dutch lunch. themselves. Un- Pf.OMES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Mm PfK. & Trw. 1 nvc m MfT awnwnr. church vveanesaay morning, wuu Thomas Lynch urged the members have outllnod for the ' ' Miss Anita Crppun and FredwwK J. present to try and rally all of their fortunately the amendment to apbill, which had it by that date. Galvln were united la holy matr applicants of Hon. George The Bar- Chamberlain have meant an in- Cumb. Phone West 191 passed would Home Phone If! B. plications mony, Kev. unaries e. kbo crease In the regularly commisrn . The rett and Thomas Martin were rethe nHotfel high quota, has been Madigan Edward church was filled with admirers and ceived. D'rfseoll were reported and sioned chaplain House Committee, as deferred by the Thomas ; Sewer CaW.rt Pipe, & recovering from their recent ill- end no further action will be pos?.fitor'a maid of honor, and Charlee nesses. A donation of $5 was given sible until the next session of Conbe taken time it to the soldiers' wan (.eat, ur&ia Tile, TVie prieK, tne J. Cronan, Jr., torotnw orman, nae, Treasurer John tobacco fund and gress, at which its fate willunoertain is reported up. areORTORATSB Mr. Galvln's be tm that the Liberty Burke purchased This although that if the American Z lire freefiB, Flae Liaia, Fire Irkk wh means bonds :; tuners were Keeers. Thomas Kvana Cr4e letter Tile, Creaai Fire Clay, Cktmaey feM. now in. hi3 soldiers in France are tq. have' Cath. The by the division were Owan ana" Thomas J. Grldln. olic chanlains In sufficient numbers ' ' bride entered the church wun imw poseession. OPPICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON thee chaplains must he supplied ; father, Charlee J. Cronan. by whom throuxh the KnigMa of Columbus FIFTY-O.YBAHS. The . was siren ha marrUg. she HOM PHOMBOITYS7S-17t6CUMHMAIN 07. Committee on War Activities and ' Mranaav wu followed by a wd- lending tars and eafee. Reaowoed for parity, strength, eawelleat Ledoebowekit of Father X VfOUKS (9tlitadrsfc. s4MafetU: Ave., Bet. 9t .. IInfr bmakleec.at ifc hoseBank the head of the Vladimirorder, was fifty-e- supported byVftfee fun" which has fM at all ttae Cmtkolkj people ' JmmiU. bees raieed' for brioVe nareots at Serins QRUBBR LsmlsvIIIe, Ky." DBUf BR. of tfcie country. yean old Seaday. th. bridal TpaHy e a few close world-champi- GERMAN INSURANCE BANK , Tho Knights of Columbus baseball team added new laurels to their already long string of victorious achievements when they defeated the Class A Kleich club of Cleveland in the second game of tho national series and had tho visitors on tho retrograde move In the third and deciding contest, which was called on account of darkness during tho first half of the fourth, tho score reverting to three full rounds of play and the tally standing five to three in favor of Manager Cllnes' Twin City . Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Stewart Dry Goods Co b Cceoeetea With iKowoiuru James Mc Omy I Ox New feck. yfi3iffiflgmjgrgflw e. pr - i-- 2 " DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. JOHN M. MULLOY Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, ... 1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR title-holde- rs McRENNA Where the QuicK Meal Comes In do-ligh-t; WHISKY. .. . m Ex-Go- v. 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