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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 16. - PRINTING FIRST CLASS WQftX Giro This Office Your Next Order. i LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917. . -- PRICE PiVE CENTS. LOUISVILLE i. & " r fry, a b zk. "" " "a a w 4f illyitirrfnHft Tint "it- ' zziw. t Extends Hearty Welcomo to Vincentlans Hero For Their Meeting. Bishop O'Donngluto and Slay or Buschcincyer Address the Delegates. Cardinal Gibbons Sends Bless-- , ing to Society and Members, CLOSE WITH 'V"afi. -- - . iA'Mow.SUlSc 4'-- -- i bers back home. In this connection It might be called. to tlio attention of readers that functions of any kind, especially dailces and dinners, Bhoujd be arranged, for Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, so that tho men who are free' to come to the city on thceo daytfVmay participate. It will bo appreciated If such information ao pertaiaa to coming entertainments bo ent to Publicity Secretary Kuper so that duo notice can be given, as there ils nothing a Boldier appreciate moro than to meet with friends in the city and spend an afternoon or evening away from his daily tasks. For tho present the services at tho different buildings will bo in tho following order'; Masses at tho auditorium at G and 9 o'clock, Chaplain Rawllnson to be th'd celebrant. At No. 3 building Chaplain Mahoney will say mass at C o'clock. At No. 2 building Chaplain Mahoney will say mass at 8:15. Concessions will bo heard as follows: Saturday afternoon at No. 2 building at 4 o'clock and 7 o'clock; at No 3 .building at 3:30 Saturday afternoon, and at tho auditorium at 7 o'clock Saturday night. Confessions will also be heard before tho masses Sunday morning. Advices have juet been received Ibjrough Bishop 'Donaghuo tha tho post chaplain ylll arrive dn. the next day or twoi and it may be possible to add additional masses to the above announcement, notice of, which will appjsar on the bulletin boards at the buildings and also In the dally press DEMOCRATS Pleased With the Progress of the Local Political . Campaign. Majbralty Nominco Cronan Is Strong With Men of All Parties. The Herald Vainly Attempts to Cover the' Boss Fiasco. HALDEMAN'S GUERILLA WARfARE DINNER SUNDAY Delegates and visitors to the St. VJncent do Paul Society convention have departed with memories they will remember with pleasure while they live. They were given a real iTentucky welcome and entertainment arranged by Messrs. Edward and Bosler, William P. McDonogh Georgo Nabers that could not be lM$iiirifiwft CROSS OF RHEIMS AS SEEN FROM AN AIRPLANE. Shattered and despoiled by tho continuous German bombardment, Rhelms Cathedral still bears somo resemblance to its onco magnificent state. Here is an interesting pic turo taken from an airplane show- - NEW FLANDERS Map showing BATTLEOROUND. surpassed. Friday night a public meeting was held In Knights of Columbus Hall, which was overThe Right Rev. Denis crowded. u'Donoghue, Bishop of Louisville, served as Honorary Chairman, und John A. Doyle, President of Particular Council of Louisville, presided. An address of welcomo was made by Mayor John H. Busche-meye- r, following a short introductory speech by the Chairman. Mayor Buschemeyer said that while he had appeared before many organizations in the past three years, that in his judgment he had never welcomed a body of more worthy and influential men than members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. He was followed by iBIshop Denis why the O'Donaghue, who told together delegates are gathered here, and outlined the work that they must do. The Rev. Father P. M. J. Rock, pastor of the Cathedral of the Assumption, gave a history of 4he Society of St. Vincent de Paul, from the time of its founding eighty-thre- e years ago in France, and of Its alms and achievements. Father Rock delivered a forceful address and received the congratulations of his fellows who attended the last convention held in Louisville twenty years ago. Judge Matt O'Doherty. a repre-Eentative Present where Gennans are carrying out evacuation battlo lino indicates German second defense line. plans. EARNED Tho death of KEWARD. Hen-nessy the society and urged men present who were not members to accept heroic the chance for rendering service by enrolling as a member Society. of tho St. Vincent de Paill George J.. Gillespie, of New York City, President of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, was permitted to Will discuss any subject he might select. He began by reading a telegram from Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore. In which the Cardinal expressed regret at being unable to attend the convention and sent his blessings to delegates and visitors First President Gillespie voiced his and thanks for tho many expressions of loyalty from delegates, and to Bishop uenis O'Don oghue for his presence anu mss-incr- a the convention. He durlnc Lsald delegates would always have a ior warm place In their nearts Louisville and the bipther Vinprivileged to centlans they had been meet during their stay In this city. When Chairman Doyle was preparing to closo the programme there were repeated calls for Father reR. F. Rice, of Chicago, who sponded with a brief address, in delegates ..for which- - 'he - thanked their kindness and to Louisville members for tho entertainment provided for the pleasure of representatives at the convention. Tho last day for the visitors in Louisville proved to bo one of the busiest and best. The delegates attended, mass and holy communion at the Cathedial at 7:45 o'clock, when Father Rock in feeling words bade them farewell. nlp.isura assembled. SOLDIERS Hear Masses in Three Building at Camp Taylor. High Mass Was Sung Sunday by Father McKaith. Public Urged to Notify tho Publicity Secretary of Meeting. SINGING SOCIETY A TREAT then delivered a short address. Father Louis O. Deppen, editor of the Record and the man who opened tho convention held here twenty years ago, delivered a the short address, He welcomed older members of tho society, whom he knew when the last convention was held here, and the new delegates who have succeeded those who have dleu. Speeches were also made by the Rev. Father Cronan, pastor of St. Patrickk's church, of Louisville, and by the Rev. Father Edward F. Rice, Spiritual Director, of the work being done by the soAn address was ciety in Chicago. also made by Lieut. Mahoney, who Is in charge of the Catholic work at Zachary Taylor, following Camp which the meeting was dismissed with benediction by Bishop O'Donoghue. At 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon delegates and visitors were taken for an auto ride over tho city, including the parks and principal points of interest. The party after visiting points of Interest went to St. Joseph's Home, where the delegates were entertained by the children for a short time. Tho national convention came to a closo Sunday afternoon with a dinner at the Tyler given by tho local Vincentlans to tho visiting delegates. John A. Doyle, President of tho Particular Council of A was toastmaster. Louisville, from Cartelegram was received dinal Gibbons by George J. Gillespie, President of the Superior Council, giving his blessing to tho convontlon. .laymember Columbus JOHN K. BROWN. Last Sunday at tho Knights of auditorium at Camp Zachary Taylor two masses wore celebrated, low mass at 6 o'clock and tho first high mass at 10. At building No. 3 mass was celebrated at 8 o'clock and at building No. 2 at 9. In all nearly 4,000 soldiers attended the masses and 145 reChaplains ceived holy communion. M. S. Mahoney and A. J. Raullnson was attthdlntr the National conference or tuo st. vin cent do Paul Society, had the dls Unction of reading the first high mass at Camp Zachary Taylor. Tho chaplain preached tho sermon, and his brief but eloquent remarks were received with tho utmost attention by all present. In part he said: "A soldier is the friend of Almighty God and you must always consider yourself such. Remember that He is ever watching over you and above all do not neglect to say your daily prayers. It. is not necessary to make a grand display of your rosary or prayer book, but say your prayers while you are at your work, lit is not that you must bo ashamed of your religion, but wo realize that at times people may scoff at your open piety and thereby cause you to lose your faith, but arter an religion Is a matter of tho heart and mind, and you can. be just as devout by saying your prayers with out outward display." The Concordia Singing society with a choir of forty voices sang Bartholomew's Mass, and although their presence was announced previously in these columns nevertheless many of tho boys were to hear such an able choir Tho tlmo was short for In camp preparation, but with one or two rehearsals under tho direction of Prof. Winter the snlendld oholr was organ donated by , sur-inls- ed Tim death of John E. Brown, ratired grocor, removes irom uiu enizenshlp of Louisville a man of up right character ana unimpeacnaoiu Integrity. Mr. Brown was born In years ago, but had Ireland sixty-si- x lived In this cit'y since a child. While a young man he undertook a continued business of his own and retirement, successfully until his when ho made his home with his Thomas J. McDonough, Clerk of tho Board of Aldermen. Although always deeply Interested of and never forgetting the land for his birth, ho was over energetic of progress the civic and social Louisville. Mr. Brown never neglected tho practice of his religion w. and lent every assiBiu;c of St. Louis Bertrand's parish and church, where the funeral was held Wednesday morning. Surviving him are three daughters, Miss Nora R. Brown. Mrs. Thomas McDonough and Mrs. Julia Dudley, Maurice and three brothers, Louisville, and and Daniel Brown, of Patrick Brown, jot Ireland. son-in-la. f Rft' - Miminnollswiio Fkithar M- - A. MeRalth7N of Ms. Winifred early Tuesday morning came as a great shock to her many friends who, knowing that she had seriously ill for several been months, nevertheless were unprepared for her sudden end. Tho deceased was a napvo of Virginia, but had 'lived inj Louisville since her early glrlhoodbeing tho widow of the late John M. Hennessy, formerly active in Catholic frapolitics. ternal circles andj lpcal Mrs. Hennessy is (survived by four daughters, Mrs, GSy E. Osterman, Mrs. John J. Barry, Mrs. Jerome J. Driscoll and Miss Mamie Hennessy: four son's, llDanlel J., John M., Harry J. andfcWJIHam P., and one sister and two brothers, Mrs. P. J. Ridge Lieut. M. J. Rawley and Anthony J. Rawley. The funeral took place jfrom the family residence, 1019 IJast Breckinridge street, Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock, and from St. John's church at 9. Rev. Dr. .Schuhmann In his sermon paid manyj glowing tributes to the deceased and, said that when tho angel of death entered that home he took a mother that was a treasure,-ip.npriceless one that had shown noble example all during her life by her faithful devotion to God and her holy religion and by the many sacrifices she had undergone in raising her large family during her years of widowhood. Father Schuhmann said that her heroic lifo would compare favorably with our heroes of today, but that her reward would not bo emphasized by tho presentation of a medal or cross, but would come in the joys of eternal peace and happiness with her God, and that her good and holy life here should be emulated by tho loved ones left behind, and thereby her memory would be kept green until all were onco again united in eternal happiness. The interment took place in St. Louis cemetery. d ing the famous Cathedral. VINCENTIANS Their National Convention Here Full of Enthuslam and Father Rice, of Chicago, addressed the convention, speaking on "Visitation of Conferences." Ho told visitations Expresses Loyalty and Offers of the inplan whereby conferences are by made tho Chicago Service in Message to the council and metropolitan officers, and of tho interest which President. they stimulate. A general discusThe sion followed his address. other topics also were discussed by the delegates at some length. President Gillespie Urges That President Gillespie was authorized to name committees on resoluAll Changes Be Met as They tions and telegrams 'and to comArise. good wishes to municate the President Wilson, tho Cardinals of tho various metropolitan councils, tho President General of tho interMESSAGES JJLJHE CARDINAL national body at Paris, France, and Saturday morning there was a requiem mass at the Cathedral for From the opening to the close the repose of tho soul of the late the proceedings of the twenty-eight- h Thomas M. Mulry, at which Abbot annual convention of the This was the celebrant. Superior Council of the St. Vincent Obrecht was followed hy a business session, de Paul Society, In sesion here for presided over by John J. Fitzgerald, three days, were marked hy en- of the Philadelphia Metropolitan earnest interest. Council. Tho session was devoted thusiasm and Careful consideration was given the to discussion of tho general topic, work before thd delegates and the "Administration of Conferences." results were satisfactory both from wore also discussed sepview- arately in an Informal manner. The the spiritual and material point, ThO convention was made night session, the last one open to up of representative Catholic men the public, began at 8 o'clock, Rob'from all sections ot tho country ert Biggs, of Baltimore, occupying uie ueiegaies irom ine .Metropolitan the chair. Tho general theme was Councils being: "Our Society Problems," and there New York City Georgo J. Gil- was a full and free discussion. The G.- - Power, Edmond lespie, M. J. final sessions were held Sunday at Butler, James J. Reld, Charles Mur- the Tyler Hotel, none of tho work ray. for which tho meeting was held beBiooklyn Thomas W. Hynes, ing left unfinished. Patrick O'Connor, Hugh McGrane. Chicago Leo Peters, the Rev. MOTHER SLVRY AQUIX CALLED. Edward F. Rice, James F. Kennedy, John P. Ready, Henry J. DoFeo, News was received here WednesJames Plalnmondose, N. Joseph day evening of the death at St. Klutsch, Richard C, Ganmore, Dan- Catherine's, near Springfield, of iel McCann. Martin RIehl. Mother Mary Aquln, who had Minneapolis The Rev. M. A. served three terms as Mother J.. M. Gleasotf. Superior ot tho Dominican SisterR. Welsh, hood there. Before taking tho veil Indianapolis John Henry Thai. this William she was Miss Joe Holloran. ofmany - Jersey F, Moore, Gullfoyle. City John city, but has been a nun for Philadelphia John Rea, John yoars. Mother Mary was about Diamond, J. J. Fitzgerald. fifty-fiv- e years old and last year McMurry, finished her third term as Mother A. Boston James Jamea F. Wise. Supeiior. Lieut. Edward Callahan, Hartford Chailcs J. Reardon. of the police department. Is one of George L. Rowan. Dubuquo relatives. The funeral was Jack J. Spalding, James her yesteiday morning, the Inter, Atlanta hold Magill. II. HInes, R. A. ment being in St. Catherine's burial Detroit James F. Murphy. ground Milwaukee Andrew Mahan. New Orleans John A. Grehan. Evansville Henry B. Adlor, II. L Ahtering. Cincinnati Tho Rov. Francis A. jri'jisBsffsrTltfiff r v Gressle, Fred Tuke, Bellamy Storer, Alfred Gelsler. President Gillespie, ot New Yoik, cailed the convention to order FriIn tho Knights of day morning Father Rev. Hall, Columbus ressle, of Cincinnati, offering the opening prayer. After the Introduc-or- v remaiks of President John A. Doyle, of the Louisville Particular oouncll, ho introduced- - Frank A. Sub-topics Mc-Rait- h, Interest. ance. Quarterly Reports" and "Council Funds." John A. Doyle, of Louisville, opened the discussion on monthly meetings. He said tho twenty-tw- o local conferences which make up the Louisville Council are usually well attended, and tho members always receive Inspiration for better work as a result of their attend- With the local campaign a llttlo two weeks oft tho Democrats are more than pleased with the outlook, as the two big meetings at tho Walnut Theator and Theater have shown that eveiy member or tho organization, big and little, has gone to work in e earnest to roll up an majority for tho Democratic Mayoralty nominee and the entire ticket. Mr. Cronan has shown unprecedented personal strength, and many Republicans and Independents are just as enthusiastic in their support as the most loyal Democrat. His record here in business has won many followers among tho men blm who want a business Mayor, whlld his personality appeals to that great body of citizens who want a Mayor that can be approached by our most humblo citizen or taxpayer. Mr. Cronan Is of the type that all men can unite on and the Democratic party Is fortunate at this time In having htm as a leader, for no Mayoralty candidate since tho days of Charles D. Jacob has shown more strength with the people of all oer Mac-aule- y's -- old-tim- classes. On tho other hand, the Republican ticket Is composed in the main of a lot of unknowns and untried men, men who can hardly be expected to fill the offices to which they aspire, and their candidacy is a gambler's chanco based upon strictly, that of trying to secure a nlco salaried office by the Impetus of a big negro vote, which comprises 65 per cent, of the local Republican vote. The direct opposite from Mr Cronan is George Weis-slnger tomgmberp absen,t on , account,-ot- J ' mness. c BIBLE IN NORWAY. Wo shall probably hear within next few months not a little about tho aversion of the church to the spread of tho Bible among of the faithful times, about its chained inacessa-blllt- y Incito the masses, and dentally how marked a change was wrought by tho religious liberators, the-- Judge Matt O'Doherty delivered an address in which he discussed Catholicity in Connection With the of the World." AdCivilization dresses were dellvored also by former Lieut. Gov". C J. McDermott or "Catholic Education in Kentucky." In Introducing Mr. McDermott visitors were told that ho was a man whom Kentuckians de 'lighted to honor. The speaker revieweu nrieiiy uio luniury ui mo reCatholic church in Kentucky, men calling names of prominent and women of the early days who had given their time, means and lives In establishing the, chufch in the early days of this great Commonwealth. Mr. McDermott said catholics played a more important part In the early days history of tho Stato than they are doing today. He pointed out 'the need of more and better schools in order to give voung men and women what they are seeking in .the way of higher education. He said that while charity wqrk as important, than this are more important schools of higher learning. The speaker declared that never was there a time when this country and Europe were so much In that need of the church. He said Yin-teas loni as members of the St. de Paul Society continue in dispensing charity there was hope for the ooming of a better day. the "An Ideal PVincentlan" wi snblect assigned to Richard Mr. Gannon, of Chicago. irtb tt Vice President of the , here attended the convention ago. He ml tint Ms ' Z2ZZLn, Meal VinaenUaa f gave not oaly of bis witU mu vbo W wry Hfe to the nMl. but of task of helping somaone elm. H praieed tho mlrit of member nt so-tj- h y" "," "' ' " """"" '""iw mt " imflBSBl JT. .mJmflflHyflflm' mHmmm'7 Hk5 ( K1' mV BOLO PASHA. Now under arrest' in Paris as a traitor and German, spy. SACRKI) I1EAHT ACADEMY. oor-dtally r, rSty u 8ered Heart Academy, Ofcorokee drive, will welcome the loU weMbera of tb Alumna Association io their the attuaa meeting tomorrow, with feaet ot St. Urcuw. It to tb to free every (trl and the hope Um mot etoclo ftuse will be ntw-The Siter at l( 1 the MMmbiy the four hundred years anniversary of whoso chief Is commemorated this year. So it can not but be both timely and Interesting to hear Catholic what ' tho Norwegian weekly St. Olaf has to say anent in this some quite telling facts Reporting a discourse question delivered by tho Protestant Bishop Dr. Bang iu Chrlstlanla on tho activity of the British Bible Society, the article in ciuesUon tells us that the Bishop in his address spoko of tho attempts made prior to the activity of tho Biblo Sooloty to spread bioadcast the saored book. This, according to him, met wlih .very And evon these at Httin qnr.cosa. tempts were confined to securing and church fl ,evV.lu" fl or each minister ".'"' "",.. rrz. i'i." ninnn tho cost was so pro class condition by tho kind efforts spread to of J. D. Riehm, and' this opportu- hibitive aspeoplemake its Two impossible. nity is taken- to express heartfelt among tho hundred years ago a Bible In Northanks thorefbr. good much During the week tho K. "of C. way cost asindeed, as a face, ofhoi'so. this in Strange buildings were crowded each night taking ad- fact, that our carping critics expect by soldiers, who are even vantage of tho comfortable writing tho Catholic church Bible In, 1.000 every desks, and as the number of men vears ago to have a sure, however, It Jt quite Scriptures were Is growing larger each day addi- home. the tional facilities have been arranged that when once one book, in the into p take care of theni. On Friday gatheredcentury, every church and night Qhaplain Rawllnson, who ar- fnnrth had a copy, Bishop rived at camp Wednesday, paid the 'fiverv nrlest boys at tho auditorium a visit and .Bang in his discourse waS;.franK to the enough to Inform us that the his presence adds much Society of the hoys who come to , tlvlty of the British Biblo Unwed' was in the beginning very a, posl-thbuildings. the in 1854 were they in It is again urgently requested Only to print the entire Bible, ine tho various socWee twqualnt tion Norwegian New Testament was Secretary WlUiam B. first Publicity ut Kuper with the neceeeary dfttee a printed in Groendahl In lslij. Into regards meeting nights, entertain- - the reformation was introduced A menu, etc.. so that 4ho soldiers Norway in 1536. figuring can not but leaa bo advised through! these for tlm.to a very obvious conclusion, mm. This la also desired Rocrea- Truth is always very Interest ng, enlightenment of the War ' on. tfort Board of the Louisville Board more so very often than net of Trado, which is governed by the Our own people miss a great deal oi n National Commisekm on Training what Is Interesting by not strongly Activities as regards work ping themselves outaidtt the camps. This board, in with helping antidotes xo !" charge ot Dr. Cecil North, U rory fiction. In nus time oi all the and mental and spiritual turmoil we desirous of acquainting soldiers at Camp ZaofaaiT Taylor can not be too well with tho location and tlmo o meet- - meet errors, trite bnt for all that ing of all the reapecttro lodges and rehashed to sorfeH. O. B, of C. V. societies of wbiob they woro mem- - ., T ."l.'nm.. -- Geher, President of St. Boniface Council, who extended a happy Kentucky welcomo to the visiting Vincentlans. wt "-c- an equlp-Caro- enoJ In his annual address President Gillespie outlined the work of the society and Its accompusnmemn ii,r. ..oni. Ho nlnn nolnted to the method of adminis tering philanthropic am, anu u.gc.i as they that all changes be metconcluding present themselves. In he thanked the Knights of Columbus for the courtesies extended the Vincentlans and complimented them tor the scope of their work. James F. Kennedy. President of Council the Particularmeeting of Chicago, at that point. took over the deleIn a brief talk he urged all and gates to express their thoughts short Solnlons freely. Following a recess the programme was taken by sections and tne iouowwb pertaining to the adminls-IriUo- k wre considef cousieil"Monthly Meetings." eredat Meetings," "Visitation Meetot Conferences," "Quarter ting," "OesUral Outce," "Honorary Keoitwra" "ftwclal Works." Alds CooUroaeas," "AabuaI aad to ever-changi- 4 HHaygjEK$T B gBP&cr 'MAREEA - j!"' '&Sg9 SlflaSBM BOTCHKAREVA. The leader of "the famous , "Bat talion of Death" composed of Russ sian women. LONG FROM FACT. Smith, tho Republican nomPractically inee for Mayor. entire public of Louisville, and the average citizen knows only what ho has read of Smith's local history, and that was that ho served once in tho Legislature as a Democrat and since then has been featured as a stalking horse in the Republican ranks, always being set up for some candidate of the G. O. P, machine to knock down. Smith Is regarded now as an emergency candidate, having been selected by Chilton and Searcy, so tho story goes, when they were forced by tho moneyed element of tho Republican party to withdraw Maas because of his German ancestry. As was expected, the Loulsvillo Herald is attempting to work itself Into a frenzy over the minor cases of Illegal registration, hut so far has failed to requost tho Republican Committee to withdraw its candidate for Sheriff, who was Indicted times In tho for voting thirty-si- x primary and abetting illegal registration. If there were offenses committed by both parties in tho registration, they have been committed by somo over enthusiastic partisan of both sides, but the offenses above referred to were committed, so tho grand jury says, by Ross, the candidate on tho Republican ticket for the highest and most Important office In Jefferson county. Ross' plea that he was Innocently carrying a professional repeater around in his automobile stands out as one of tho choicest bits of humor yet heard In tho campaign, whllo rumor has it that Chesley Searcy, says Ross' tho Republican boss, action was a bonohead play and In tho same class with that of Helno Ivory Zimmerman, tho champion domer of the recent world's gories. Local Democrats are indignant and justly so of the attempt of tho Haldeman papers to knife tho Democratic ticket. Under tho gulso of pralsoing a few of the nbminees tho subtle impression Is conveyed to the rendors that tho rest of tho ticket can go to perdition. It is plain to every ono that tho editor of the Times has been looking for out in the a soft place to drop campaign, tho Green street shooting giving him his first opportunity, the hypocritical support of a few candidates anothor. and now It Is plenty a safo bet that he will give Brum-leve of space to the Republican faction In its attempted Indignation meeting next week (with a Republican audience). Playing tho game of follow your leador, Judgo Greeno, and his favorites. Scott Miller and Sam English, have adopted tho Haldeman tactics in the County Assessor's ofThe wholesale discharging of fice. minor deputies in the Assessor's office for political revenge is about the smallest thing In the political universe. To be honest and consistent National Democratic Committeeman Haldeman and his, pets should tender their resignation as of tke Democratic party, which would he more preferable continuing their present than guerrilla tactics, ed - mhrs - What are mothers thinking ot to daughters who permit their Twelve young priests of the Now wander around the streets1' at night? York archdiocese who volunteered Obviously they must be of the Ihetr eerrtcae a- war haplain bare ad commkaioaa opinion that every man .is a gen- received their tleman and every girl a lady, some- have been assigned to, duty in va- CHAPLAINS ACOfiPTBD, thing a long distance from the fact. rious parts of the country. r Ji BZEwarxjOBsr Xj&xsjac &.&kjbtx&axs.. COMING EVENTS. her invincibility and shows no signs of weakness Without Austria sho could not long continue tho strug5 Octobor Annual mammoth gle; but sho may be able to keep euchre and lotto of Trinity Council PUBLISH RD BVBRY SATURDAY. Austria in the war for another year In club house, Baxter andMorton. U Mm SnM m Mefsl AdraMcawaeat 1 Irk Aawcktw Md Cael!i at least. 2ff Social Octotoer entertainwcaaPOfiATCO MARKET STBECT ' rouTN AVOW el We have not given up hope of the ment of St. Cecilia's Altar Society 0iUlev iBdeftcd by Anetost galtbttBttoarfaas, Vmwi Mm'i in St. Cecilia's Hall. of Aaf tea. IastHnte aad Cattooete success of rope ueneaicts peace October 2C Annual euchro and Results may not come for efforts. We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. Sewing Circle ot KINTUOKY IRISH AMKRICAN MINTING COIwwW, lotto and months yet, but come they must Our Lady lunch of In school hall, of Mercy, SINOLS COPY ffC when the nations at war glvo up BSCRIPTIOM PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PBK YEAR afternooa and evening. tho game of bluff and bluster and ,8aad-Cl7 m Euchre, lotto November fUtUf . SaUred tt the seriously consider the cost of pro- and turkey raffle by ladles and Q AMGRKAN, Si. Wtii ACfMM iU CommsalMttoM to tin KINTUCKY HUSH longing tho war to tho point of gentlemen of parish at St. Patrick's annihilating their foes. Wo are In Hall, Sixteenth and Market. 9 minCharity October this war to win, and wo must gam of of Church strels for benefit TRADES jjyy COUNCIL j that security against Invasion of Blessed Sacrament at Bertrand our rights which, forced us to take Hall. up arms. When that is assured wo February Annual charity can make peaco with honor and social of Ladies' Sewing Society for SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917 KY nriSVILLE, with safety. But such a peace will St. Anthony's Hospital. not corao through revolution in - citizenNOVEAIBER ELECTION, 1917, Uve to patriotism and goodGermany. It is useless to expect It. CK8M3SC8SX8C8SS3raca3C3C ship of Catholics: ".My history tells me that CathPLAIN TRUTH. olics braved Iho dangers of the A Government ot . the United unknown seas with Columbus; that they faced the terrors of the sav- States that would grant a loan to age Redmen In thlo primeval for- Mexico as that country is now conMiss Margaret Heffernan, of Portests of America and helped blaze a stituted would commit a heinous land, has returned from a visit to trail for" western civilization to fol- crime against liberty, Justice and all Paris, Tenn. My history tells mo that human rights. To encourage such low. Mrs. Winnie Larkla has returned Catholics explored the wilderness a loan Is to deceive the citizens of from a visit to Mrs. J. W. Larkin and that with De Soto and Mar- this country by asking them to at Frankfort. Made in full length, belted styles, trimmed with beaver plush; in a good quette, Champlaln and Cartler, throw their money into a sewer, A ot Southern assortment of colors and all sizes. Mrs. L. Strassel, (Ponce de Leon and Verendye, banker who offers bonds of the Heights, J.is in Boston for a visit of Mendenez and Father Hennepin present Mexican Government to his several weeks. they charted the land that stands customer may not bo a dishonest A stocking shower was given in the world today. scoundrel, but if ho is not that ho t, "My history tells me that in the Is a plain fool. A Christian lad Miiss Irene Davidson, a at the home of Mrs. F. H, Posch-Ingtime that tried men's souls, Cath or gentleman who would continue in Clifton. Made of burella cloth; lined with pure silk peau de cygne; in latest fancy olics foughlt and bled and died to deal with any financial hguse Miss Anna Couchman spent last trimmed models; all this season's best shades. that a new nation might bo born a offering such bonds would deserve week at Seymour, Ihd., the guest nation dedicated to religious liberty the awful punishment of having Mrs. J. V. Dehler. and equal rights. My history tells such a house sell them some. The of gave their blood present Mexican Government stands me that Catholics Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nally had as to help create a liberal democracy for tyranny, confiscation, Ignorance, their guest tho past week Miss Eva Nally, of New Haven. and British balls VOTE THE STRAIGHT tore that whileholes in musket ranks military autocracy and vice. To Made into large animal scarfs and large ball muffs; these sold with our ragged their lend such a Government money, to Miss Helen Duble, of Jefferson-vllltheir hearts kept time to the glori help It get money, is to aid In fasguarantee. has been spending the week ous music of liberty. tening its claws still deeper Into with relatives in Cincinnati. "Catholic love for tho Goddess the body of unfortunate Mexico. Miss Mattle Mae Farrell has been of Liberty, for the United States of That Is tho plain, unvarnished visiting friends and relatives in America, was tested in ttye firo of Nashville for the past week. truth,- states the Extension the civil war and not found want- Made in a great variety of styles; embroidered, lace trimmed and tailor ing. Mrs. T. L. Crandall, Parkview", Catholics stormed tho hero Mayor Charles J. Cronan. has been entertaining Misses Corlnno heights and earned tho gratitude Judge Sam. J. Boldrlclc. made; frills, large collars and convertible collars; in voiles and organdies; Police WITHOUT MUCH PROTEST. lind Miriam Carey, of Greenville. Prosecuting Attorney Nathan Kahn. and love and respect of every true in sizes up to 50. Clay American by Clerk of the Police Court The designation of Friday as a their Mrs. James Kelly and daughter Hall. day in Nebraska has given have returned from Covinvton, Bailiff of the Police Court Thomas devotion at the cannon's mouth to meatless general satisfaction. Tho Truo Voice where they visited Mrs. M. Hobbs. tho principle of liberty. H. Gunther. City Tax Receiver Adolph Schmltt. "Catholics worked and fought notes but one solitary protest Mrs. Karl Forrest has returned ing our every effort and will conLISTEN Product of City Treasurer Frank Dacher. and bled and died for this country against ilt appearing in print. The to Now Orleans, after visiting her ana Mine Have Doubled Farm, Factory In Price But tinue to do so to persuade all X Am SoilingCity Auditor Phil. T. Allln. At the Old Price. says it mother, Mrs. L. McCloy, la Clifton. .Aldermen Sanford Vaughan, C. W. and 'for the sacred Ideals of our author of this criticism Americans that they can do the Schmltt, B. J. Campbell, Jr., James B. Government. They paid tho price looks too much like forcing the greatest good to themselves and Camp, Fred Leezer, John M. Clifford, Miss Elizabeth Campbell had as their country by a cheerful and of citlzensudp paid'" with blood In dogma of the Catholic church on her guest Wm. F. Mayer, J. J. Campion, R. Guy generous performance of their duty for the past week Miss war and with work In time Protestants. As a matter of fact it Jessio Bannon, of Bardstown xoad. Paker, .R. B. Gilbert, A. W. Kramer time of as It Is pointed out to them by A PURE KATDBAX I.EAI" SMOKXNQ James Treasy. of peace. Catholics have been has nothing to do with dogma. The Cardinal Gibbons Sounds Call to lawfully constituted authority." TOBACCO Councllmen First Ward, Pope and soldiers and builders of the repub selection of Friday is a graceful Mrs. Letitia Holloran has re Wilson in President reply THE PIPE LOVERS DELIGHT Johnson; Second Ward, Spleth and Country in Letter to thanked the Cardinal for accepting A dellclously rich, natural clsrar lic. They contributed their wealth recognition that Catholics about turned from MIddletown, where sho Karst; Third Ward, Booher and Visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Russell. burner. Direct from Chairmanship of the league and flavor. Ato consumer. the President. of the people of tho Fourth Ward, King and producer and genius and courage to make Guaranteed puro said: from all adulterations. To all parts Fifth Ward, Garvey and Friinule; America what she Is today, and State already observe Friday as a Miss Josephine Fitzgerald, of "May I not express my very deep of tho United States, package Sixth Ward, Norton and Leone; Sev- anyone who would deny them their day by parcel post, prepaid. of abstinence on rellgiouB 957 Seventh street, has just reand sincere appreciation of your enth Ward, Parker and Lawrence; turned from a. visit to Memphis. Accepts Honorary Chairmanship letter of October 6. It has brought Eighth Ward, Morrow and White; full rights as citizens of the United grounds. Others aro now asked to Tenn. me cheer and reassurance, and I Ninth Ward, Mueller and Coleman; States deserves the contempt of do as much from motives of paof New National Unity want you to know how much I ap- 100 pounds, F. O. D. Owensboro, ICy., by freight or express, $30.00 Tenth Ward, Ettcnson and Wright; every true American." triotism. The True Voice wonders Attorney Austin E. Walsh was preciate your own action In conLeague. Eleventh Ward, Flnegan and Vcazy; whether the writer of the protest among those having a pleasant vasenting to preside over the imporTwelfth Ward, Whltty and Walker. knows tho difference between a, cation at West Baden Springs this LIBERTY LOAN SAVINGS. tant and influential group of men County Judge Loralne Mix. week. and women who have so generously dogma and a piece of pork. County Attorney A. Scott Bullitt. Many a man and woman who SORGHUM , . undertaken to support the adminls--tratio- n Sheriff Wm. T. McNally. J. Alton Kolb and wife and Obedience and Dovotcon to Our in its efforts to make the never saved before will begin to EXTRA rAHGY SEW County Assessor Allen E. Smith. MUST AID THE LOAN. daughters, Misses Lorine and Rosa, whole character and purpose of this Puro and unadulterated Tabic Syrup. Country Only Course save money by Investing in the Coroner Dr. Ellis Duncan. left Tuesday for a ten days' sojourn Short Kush war and of the Government of the once. Crop. sorghum your prder In at County Surveyor J. .Russell Gaines. second Liberty loan. To us dt is Those who can afford to invest at West Baden Springs. Our Open. is of a standard United States In the prosecution of produced In a very few vicinities which Jailer Charles C. Foster. ' that anyone in Liberty bonds aro not coming indeed a mystery It clear to the whole people." have a white sandy soil that produces State Senators: Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dwyer, a superior Kolden color and mild of forward as rapidly as at first ap Thirty-sixtflavor. Shipments will commence about H. should fall to avail of tho present District Charles Memphis, Tenn.,, aro hero on a CHARITY MINSTRELS. opportunity to make Uncle Sam peared certain. This Is not patriotic as tho guests of their uncle visit ucioucr ioui. XCnlght. and PUT UP OK h District William USU IN their banker under such auspicious nor is dt good business. A quick aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fitzgerald, BRINGS CHEER TO PRESIDENT A minstrel and vaudeville will No. 3 Sealed CansTHE per Case $7.20 " 24 Perry. Anyone who can tesponso would have a tremendous 957 Seventh! street. circumstances. be given at Bertrand Hall on Sun Representatives: day and Monday evening, Octobor 0 No. 10 Friction Top 'Falls per Case put away only $1 a week for fifty effect on the enemies, aye, and on Miss h II. weeks can District John 28 and 29, for tne uenerit ot the 8 No. 10 Friction90.00 Palls per Cass friends of our coun- student (Mary M. Burke, who is a Top 'be the proud possesson the Academy, spent Drescher. 98 XX) try. In reality tho entrance of tho the week-en-at Loretto That all Americans can . do the Church of the Blossed Sacrament, d Forty-fiftwith her grand- greatest District Geo. B. Barrett. of a $50 Government bond with 4 Washington street. The minfreight by ordering an eight Savp good to themselves and East United States into the war is no mother. Mrs. Catherine Burke, 1823 Forty-sixt- h freight will not cost per cent, added on the best District B. C. strels will be given under the aus tho United States by cheerfully and pices of the Chesterfield Minstrels any more than frelgh ior six bucket more popular in London and Paris East Elm street. New Albany. in the whole wide world lUBt'S. g h District William J. promptly discharging all the duties and an programme is than It Is in Berlin, for although In Barrel lots, at 90c per gallon In C. and obligations laid upon them be T. H. Kellly, T. Keeley, V. Kuh. 7iS and fthe best collateral in case col- England and France realize that arranged. As the proceeds will 55 and CO gallon barrels, T. O. B. lateral is ever needed. In othler Hlllon and J. H. h Venhoff wero cause or the war was the declara- be- devoted entirely to this worthy SrSTP' KawesvlUe, Hartford, ana District Brent C. words, anyone having a United they have been saved from ig- among the Lonlsvillo buyers who tion made by Cardinal Gibbons in charity a good attendance is ex- Xeltchfloia, Kentucky. WEITE FOK PRICES Fifty-firNew York last week and M. StatesDistrict William acpected. Tickets are now on sale Government bond In their nominious defeat, they know that in flocked tosplendid business condi- a letter to President Wilson, ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO reported t)uffy. cepting tho Honorary Chairmanship twenty-fiv- e cents, possession can always raise- the face the future they will not be able to tions prevalent here. Park Commissioners Louis Scelbach, of tho League for National Unity. Daniel F. Murphy and John B. 'Castle-ma- value of it, if .they really have to, ride roughshod over weaker peoThe Cardinal wrote the President OUPHAXAGE BOYS TOMORROW. Enottsvillo, Kentucky Mrs. James J-- Shelley has re- that he is trying to "persuade all at any bank or trust company. It ples as heretofore. Having entered Blako all P. p." Money Orders on. ot seven an Magistrate: the is the duty of all to endeavor to into European affairs tho United turned after guest absence daughter, Americans that they can do With the consent of tire Srsters Philpot, Ky. months, the of her Second District Phil. T. German. secure at least one of these bonds. States in future will have to bo Mrs. John F. Lynch, and Mr. Lynch, greatest good to themselves and of St. Thomas Orphanage tho boys Third District M. J. Smith. country by a cheerful and under their care will give a free reckoned with. This is by no means in Boston, Mass., and her son, James their FASHION'S DICTATES.. generous Fifth District Ben Schulman. an agreeable outlook for those rob- C. Shelley, and Mrs. Shelley, in as it is performance of their duty entortalnrnent tomorrowat afternoon WHOM YOU CAN TRUST. 3" o'clock. Seventh District John J. O'Brien. pointed out to them by at Trinity Council Hall Jersey has more than held ItsEighth District John M. Adams. ber nations. Besides tho United Akron, Ohio. lawfully constituted authority." The Those who have scanned tho pro- own. Note that when tho now patriotic States Is In the fight to "make tho letter was written on the occasion gramme declare It the best of the Constable: Mrs. 1533 ot the formation of the League for season' one that will prove a real Charles Desmond, league was inaugurated in Wash- world safe for democracy," and The short coat will have full Second District J. C. Larkin. engage Dank Third District Charles M. Ratcllft ington the other day Cardinal Gib- since neither England nor France ment street, announces theMargaret National Unity, and was given out treat. The Literary Committee and sway aiter Christmas. of her daughter, Friday at the White House. members- axe elated over this offerFifth District Wm, R. Steltenkamp. bons was chosen as one of the is Serge is good if it is soft othera democracy in tho true sense Mary, to Terry JJ. Swan. Their "In these days of the gravest ing and invite the public to share Sixth District John II. Meyer. Honorary Chairmen. Not one of their ruling classes are postively marriage will take place on Novem- problems whleh have ever weighed a pleasant afternoon with them. wise it should be barred- Eighth District Harry Catlett. garments aro the- bright St. Patrick's church, and upon our American Government," There will be no charge for County Charles Hie pseudo patriots who have been afraid of tho effect American success ber 7 atan event Commissioners shining novelty of fall modes. will be of Schollz, Jr.. Robert W. Bingham, trying to arouse hostility to the would have on their Institutions in West End society much interest wrote the Cardinal, "our thoughts circles.' Dull blue chiffon Cox, Jr. collars are go out to the Chief Executive, church in this country was given It is also well understood by the worn on navy blue serge frocks. jsb;v albant. warmed by a heartfelt sympathy for recognition by the league. Tom Allies that the United .States is in BACK OKE WEEK. Heavy woolen hosiery bids fair tho heavy burdens of office which WATCH BIGOTS YELP. Watson lias been suppressed by the this war for her own purposes Unity Council. Y. M L, of New to be popular with the outdoor girl he must toear and freighted with The campaign- to secure sig- tho unwaverlnK determination ot Albany,, 'will take promment part this winter. Government, old Gen. Miles' organi- solely and may at any time conclude natures from the heads of Ken- loyal citizens to stand by him In in na mfTltarv demonstration in Candy ribbon is the latest thing President Wilson has accepted zation of bigots has gone on tho a peaco with Germany without ref- tucky household's to pledges of his every effort to bring success to that city November 1. It will be for shoulder straps on chemises and an Invitation to bo present at tha rocks and the Knights of Luther erence to those under the auspices of the achieve the Allies, and this fact g mass on are in hiding, Tho men who aro for the period of the our arms and to and humanity Business Men's Association, Young camisoles. annual and of itself gives tho United States a war has been postponed at Presi- Ideals of Justice Feathers arranged to look like when. Car- relied npon by-tThanksgiving morning, Government in power1 to compel the belligerents dent Wilson's suggestion from the which compelled our entrance into Unity Council will turn out In a birds are cleverly applied; on scarf, body- - Messrs. Dennis Bocard, Irvln and hat sets. dinal Gibbons, the Latin American this time of trial aro not the to accept reasonable torms the war. of peaco week of October 21 to 28 until one "Guided as we are by tho sub- Zoeller, Fred Rets, Herman Bet-ti- n diplomats and many high ofllcial3 howling Brocades are more effective agitators, but when the time is ripe, toat it must week later, October 28 to November eer 4. Fred M. Sackett, of Louisville, lime teachings of Christianity, we representand C. E. Welnmann will they are not so. common as Government real patriots llko Cardinal Gibbons. of the United States no other course open to us the council In making the they have been. of Federal Food Administrator bo remembered that the wishes for have will bo present The moss will bo Unity has decided of obedience and devotion arrangements. tho United States Government will Kentucky, Is just in receipt of ad- but thatcountry. Our Divine Lord Rows of upstanding velvet ribbon HOPES AND PEACE. to all soldiers In nnirorm eeld In SU Patrick's church, Washbe respected in proportion to the vises from Washington to the effect to our 'render to Cossar the thlng3 to extend privileges as are enjoyed form tho edge of the brim ot one same the ington. (Now watch for tho annual that the exigencies of the Treasury tells us ot the smart new hats. Reports of mutiny In tho Gorman backing it receives from the people, Department make it desirable that that are Caisar's and to God tho by the members. yelp of the A. P. A. bigots, who seo navy A new fad in the wearing of are God's,' and St. Paul, way can the people prove the should be taken with a lib- and In no campaign not in things that no wong In tho President attending sweaters Is to provide them with following the steps of his Master, REAL CHARITY WORK. eral allowance ot salt. There lis a that they are behind their Govern- terfere with the drive for tho sale saysr pique collars and cuffs. any church service or exercises of 'Let every soul bo subject to enthusiastically than by mak- of Liberty bonds during the week Secretary John J. Fitzgerald, of Velour and duvetyn are chosen tho higher powers, for there Is no any denomination thlat is not Cath- tendency here to attach great Im- ment beginning October 21. Chairman authority "but outbreaks, ing the new loan a success. from God and these Philadelphia, gives out some inter- abovo all . other fabrics for top must not show any portance to Sackett was advised by tho United olic, but he concerning the great God. ThereStates administration at Washing that aro ordained toy the power, rc esting figures of tho St. Vincent do coats, street frocks and tailored courtesy or deference to the mill- news of which reached the outer work suits. At last Friday's session of tho ton that the President's wishes fore he who reslsteth of God, and charitySociety. world last week, though they oc Tho membership, ions of Catholics under his. reign. ordinance Striped gray and colored lisle curred six weeks ago. We do not National Council of Congregational- - would bo complied with, thus giving slstoth the resist purchase to them- Paul during tho thread stockings aro shown in some something over 15,000, they who workers an see that they indicate any serious Ist Churches at Columbus, Ohio, the Kentucky which to make additional selves condemnation.' past year aided 300,000 individuals of the better shops. They are very tho camweek in rROTESTANT TRIBUTE. breakdown of that Iron discipline Rev. Dan F. Bradley, of the Pilgrim paign a thoroughgoing success. "We wish our people to se"e and and disbursed cash to the amount good looking. to of $933,849. This lattor does not the wo aro striving to help them Large embroidery rings, with It Is tho duty of the local Re- which" Is' holding Germany to the church, Cleveland, denounced IPrcsl-dedonations of food and the sweater pulled through, make realize that they owe unswerving Include SIGNS OF TIMES. publican leaders to repudiate the war against the world. We do not Government war policies and were The breadwinners loyalty to tho rulers whom they ninthinir. avoiding pulling Wilson. This Is another of In suggestion and command ot the hope for an end of the war through and either, positions be the bestorholders, stretching. threads As a slcn of the times and of have elected to oftlce actingthat a. not overlooked 5,660. many instances where our In ing found for doing so they are not Menace that no Catholic citizen is mutiny or revolution In Germany. Louis a laneine Black Is in demand by those who ministers have arrayed few days conditions, in St. minister slavish manner, or obedience is not ago a Methodist entitled to hold public office and Sporadlo outbreaks there may be in to dress afternoon servility wo pay to man, CATHOLIC WOMEN ORGANIZE. want evening, well In thenot themselves against our Government was the principal speaker at a an act-ohold a they should decry publicly the at- army and navy, but there is no There are now more than and placo forbut it does or frocks, an act of homage we pay to the K. street suits In high tempt to arouse bigotry in tho likelihood of their spreading to and country. Not one Catholic meeting ot workers for ana paia C. but 200.000 Catholics under arms a war fund. He gave 550 present political campaign. St is such an extent as to paralyse the priest has given cause for such beautiful tribute to the noble pa"We are working to the end that various branches of-- the United BENEFIT FOR CHURCH. military charge nor any encouragement to triotic work the order is doing for our countrymen may see the folly States service, it was announced f the local power German a weekly occurrence for the of unjust a meeting of leading the enemy. the army. There are approximately and grave disobedience of national Sunday atwomen, wno orgauiaeu t to be deluged wltflu this vlla regime. mails Tuesday afternoon and On criticism Baltimore in and 350.Q00 Knights of Columbus Unless the efforts of Pope Beneoutpouring of filth, and no true and ef- the reauest ot Cardinal uiDnons me night, October 30, a euchre this country. Each city was asked policies. We are bending our CONVALESCENT. I, r,io in o' Aid Society." The so lotto will be given at St. Anthony's point out to our fellew American tan encourage or even dict can bring the war to an end Twenty-thirEdward J. Bosler.' assistant man to give ?10 for every member of forts to in and Marsee silently support a movement that peace can come only through the ager of the Tyler Hotel, who a the order in mat city, 'mere are men that they in all probability one ciety proposed to organize unitsand school hall, benefit d St. Anthony's ket, for archdiocese or the other month ago suffered a nervous about 1,600 members in Kansas the present situation from only sees every parish in the and amusements church. theGames of separate our citizens exhaustion of one would tend to will toe called funds toe collected the Government maxe Citr. at the time when our country needs In the conflict How soon exhaus- breakdown, is now convalescent at share which wouldKansas tms cuys angle, whereas vlewDolnt and is planned through a central body for promptly at 3 and 8 o'clock and City gave it fmm Bverv $16,000. Hospital. a united front. In. striking con- tion amy strike Germany we have Sts. Mary and Elizabeth improved nearly three times that amount, or therefore alone in the position to the soldiers. The plan of the be there will toe distributed quite a so number of handsome and valuable it is understood, is to Judge from the expediency of na trast io these vile attacks we quote no mean of knowing. Austria is on His condition is nemuch return to $45,680.26. may tnougnt adopted ia every diocese in tne prizes In the afternoon as well aa nutter' Wla41t. the Protestant the verge of collapse from enfaaua tnat it is 4099 horwnrul avAmia. LoulsvlHe was asked for $10,000 tional anairs liln.linma In tne evening. "In a word we have beem exert-- country. etlll and subscribed ovr $18,000. the next few dayt Brana's leesoekwrt, cdttor KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGiiN. 0dr 24-2- Ivrf I HERMAN STRAUS SONS PultHi lrterHte-.PcitilHe- m 2G-2- 119-2- 1 28-2- 15-1- G SPECIALS IN S $13.95 Mixture Coats For $10.95. SOCIETY. READY-TO-WEAR- w h h pre-emine- nt V, bride-elec- $29.95 Tailored Suit For $17.95 er -- Large Genuine Skunk Furs $16.95 $2.69 Lingerie Waists $1.79 e, r Democratic Ticket - whole-heart- ed UNITY URGED - AMERICAN HAVANA "J Klap-liekElch-hor- e; n; one-seven- th si.oo ' KENTUCKY Thirty-eight- Forty-fourt- Beck-man- n. curity Forty-sevent- te ue-tn- Forty-eight- Over-stre- et st - CAa-IO- T - n. Louis E Carrico , - - Slip-ov- er - At-til- la - Pan-Americ- an food-savin- he antl-Cothol- lc toe-cau- se food-savi- ng nt non-Catho- lto &a. f c-- -- so-cle- ts'. wJa-Uio- n; Gst-naas- .) jan&JX1?XJCJaCSr 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. IRISH AJSdO&XBXCAX RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYIRS 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. ASK FOR GOLDEN AGS BRAND MACHINE DRIED MACARONI, CLEANER TIIAN MEAT ALL GROCERS. SPAGHETTI, NOODLES. AND BETTER TO EAT 5o and 10c Packages Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phono City 721 Cut-O- ff HARRY 3BXJJNTGBK' CHILIS PARLOR FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 410 South Eighth Street. Homo Phpne City 3998 . Cumberland Main 721 , H. W. 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Twenty-sixt-h St. A.SPHAIT SHINCJLES A SPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 368 soil Wait Broadway, XoalsvUIe, Xy. JOHN B. O'LEARY & 00. AND BPOTJTZHO LAUER REUTLINGER Adolph Rcutllngcr HOUSE Jug and Bottle Trado A Specialty FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HENRY 0. OAFE AND LIQUOR The Columbia Athletic Club has made every preparation for the entertainment of its members and invited guests tomorrow at the club house on East St. Catherine street. TLATE GLASS Near Preston For years it has been the custom to - - - KENTUCKY 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE hold this fall reception, which has come to be known as the "one big Homo Phone, City 1633 Both Phones day." Besides the Inspection of the Automobile Repairing POULTRY FOOD AXD club house and grounds there will SUPPLD3S GEO. F. BREITENSTEIX bo music and luncheon for everyMAOinNE CO. Free Advico on Poultry and body. The officers and Board of Pet Diseases Engines, Pumps, Elevators and DIrertors together with the memGeneral Machinery Repairs bers will serve as a reception com PET SHOP HALLER MARKET STREET Promptly Attended To mittee 210 WEST 3 EAST MAIN ST. SHOP: Quick Delivery GOLDEN WEDDING. Homo Phone City 6085 Phono City 5C92 Gen. and Mrs. Michael Relchert, P. FREDERICKS H. Plntoff, Prcst. of South Third street, for many I. Bush, Dealer In years prominent In the Catholic acPLATOFF & BUSH BJKGS, tivities of Louisville, will celebrate IRON, METAL, SCRAP Incorporated OLD BOTTLES, ETC. their fiftieth marriage anniversary GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND on Monday, October 29, at 9 a. m., Paper Stock A Special tV BUILDERS SOUTH FLOYD" STREET with a Jubilee high mass O.at Holy Special Attention To Repair Work Name church. Third and With Bet. Market and Jefferson Estimates Cheerfully Furnished their legion of friends we extends LOUISVILLE, KY. OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. best wishes and congratulations. CO. 'S 731-73- Sec.-Trea- s. 214-21- C 4M jj H"l 'I 'H H M"M I 1 H"H K"W"t -M - FOOTBALL. - 1 JL DOUGHERTY & McELLIO lIf I a 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i Funeral Climb. Mala Directors 299S-- a and Embalmers Home City 2998 h-h S Coach Will 'Duffy and his St. Xavier football team scored a great victory over Jeffersonvlllo last Saturday, the score being 20 to O. This week the Green and Com boys have been put through some-- earnest practice and are expected to put up a strong game this afternoon when Uiey meet the New Albany High School team. FORTY HOURS. There will be Forty Hours devotions in two of our local churches, St. Aloyslus and St. Philip Neri, the coming week. The services will begin in each with high mass tomoruntil row morning and continue Tuesday. Both Father O'Grady and Father Ackermann will be assisted by priests from other city churches. This being Rosary month, a large number will doubtless attend. WELCOME ARRIVAL. The Stork was a recent visitor to the home of Mr. and Mrs. James street, and left Connolly. Fifth there a fine boy baby, who has been christened William Thomas. .The proud parents have resided at Bowling Green for several years, but lately returned to Louisville, their former home. They have foeen kept busy receiving the congratulations of their friends. BOTH PHONES. m , ; f in I h lNtllHIWHlIWItlltlti GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL.JS. SMITH, PROP. niiiHiiitiiiiiiiiim i I Funeral J Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. t SUFFERS FRACTURE. HOME PHONE 8S CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. AVUUUUUMVUUUUUVUlUUUWmVVUMUUVMUmM "Your mother's life has not been easy. Your father was a good man, and from tha day she married him Funeral Directors she etood iby Ms 6lde, fighting as a woman must fight. She worked, Embalmers. not tho eight or torn hour day of twenty-fohour 10 XTCBXe A.'VICNTHJB the union, ibut thewifo and mother. day of tho poor Telephone 1022. She cooked and cleaned and scrubbed and patched, and nursed from dawn until bed time, and in "Aa Near to You a the Neaterf Phone" the night was up and down getting drinks for thirsty lips, covering restlistening FUNERAL FLOWERS less little sleepers, had time to for croupy coughs. She listen to your stories of boyish fun and frolic and triumph. She had A Special Spray $3.00 timo to say the things that spurred ambition A Special Wreath $5.00 your to cook on. Sha nover forgot tho little dishes you liked. Sho did without the dress sho needed that you might not be ashamed of your clothes before, your fellows. Remember this now, while there is yet timo, while she is yet iurtit mo living, to pay back to her In love and teniderness eomo of tho debt teurthArWurLailrvltr you owe her. You can never pay It We telegraph Flowers Everywhere all." LEST YOU FORGET. f I 822 3Bas1; Malta John Sexton, of Richmond, suffered a broken arm when the motor of his automobile backfired Tuesday and York morning at Fourth streets while he was attempting to Mr. Sexton was in crank it. Louisville on a business trip. He submitted his injured arm to an examination and has since left Mr his home. X-r- ay 5fc:r3ifc. FATHER BITTER. Rer. Father Elmer Ritter, who as a boy was known to many In the Falls Cities, was last week appointed assistant rector of the Cathedral in Indianapolis. Father Ritter was born in New Albany on July 20, 1892; ordained May 30, 1917, and has been since assistant to Father John O'Connell at St. Patrick's, Indianapolis. LARGE PRIZE LIST. H.BOSSESON and A JLVN'S MOTHER. ur Mp8 Trinity Council's Euchre and Lotto Committee report a banner list of prizes for the annual mammoth euchre and lotto to be given next Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the club house, Baxter and Morton avenues. The prizes represent many novel and valuable articles, including household necessities. A danco will bo given on the closing evening following the euchre and lotto. WANT FARM HELP. Alb. Surplice. Altar Laces For the next three weeks we lire going to offer all of our laces at a literal discount. This offer Is genuine, and It will pay our customers to write as at once while our stock Is complete. out-of-to- Rogers Church Goods Co. 12 . S, FOURTH AVE. WOULD SAVE DRESS. Wilson, wife of ths President, Is at the 'head of a morement for conservation In drass. Mr. Woodrow The Kentucky Irish American Is in receipt of a communication from D. O. Thompson, Farm Advisor for McLean county. 111., stating that an army of corn shuckers is needed there right now. Any one wanting work and good wage ' may writo County Agent Thompson at Lost you forget, the Catholic where thirty townships are Church Extension Society desires to wanting men. remind YOU that vnnr donation even though it foe only a little one, O'GORMAN'S ADDRESS. will help a long way toward purchasing a mass outfit for an army James A.. O'Gorman, former or navy cnapiain. A complete out- United States Senator from New fit for an armv or iMianlaln York, made a stirring address at costs $100. The Extension Society the Columbus day celebration of the is noi astcing you to give this large New York Chapter of the (Knights amount, but whatever amount you of Columbus. "This war in which can. Do not forget that the need we are now engaged," he said, "will for these outfits fa iirrant. fharo. put the loyalty of the 'American fore It would be appreciated If you people to the test. It will dewould please send your offering as termine whether we are worthy of soon as osible to tha nafhnifo citizenship In this great republic. Church Extension Society, 7S0 Mc-- Every cltisen Is called upon to do uermicK muiaiHg, unicago, ill. his whole duty in defending our Bloom-Ingto- n, nw Slnn Fein still continues its agitation for the exercise "of the rlcht claimed by President Wilson for all peoples to determine the sovereignty under which they shall live." Within tho last few weeks enthusiastic meetings have been held all over Ireland. Though the assemblies were In every Instance CONNEMARA. orderly, yet the Government, In some cases, appears to have been Oh, the road to Connemara is a alarmed. The Irish Weekly Indelong one true. pendent has to say of a meetBut the road to Connemara is a ing proposed this MItchelstown: for one, too. white Large at MItFor the saints o' God In spirit al- chelstown crowds assembled where a on Sunday, ways wanderin' o'er the way meeting been announced to be Would not let the path be gloomy held to has celebrate the thirtieth anor be shut from light o' day. niversary of the death by shooting of four men there during the land As you skirt the silent bogland on war. The authorities proclaimed the white road that you the meeting, and took ample pretread cautions to prevent it being held. There's a magic sight about you, Over 200 police, under the comif you'll only lift your head. mand of the County Inspector and There's a sky of red and gold with five District Inspectors, were drafta touch o' purple, too. ed into the town, together with a An' Connemara mountains are just large force of military. Armored borrowln' the hue. cars and a motor ambulance parwere streets, machine-gun- s They throw the pleasant shadows aded the various points of vantage placed at on the bogland brown, In tho town and military snipers down But look upon the lakes there If were posted on several trees in the you the sight would crown. neighborhood. Sure the angels out o' heaven Leader, commentThe couldn't find a fairer scene ing on trenchantIncident, remarks: this Than the Hills of Connemara with "After all there is nothing like bethe valleys there between. ing a free people In these days of cause of small nationalities." Aye, the wilds of Connemara are the Despite these repressive measures dear, so dear to me, Fein has become the party 06 Though Its miles an' miles away I Sinn people. In a recnt private letthe am across the azure sea. ter to America a scholarly unAnd' if the fairies mo would grant prejudiced Irishman writes: the wish that's ever nigh, You mention tho Dublin convenI'd tie back In Connemara in the tion. I hope some good will come twlnklln' of an eye! of It. It will be all the better for Louise Davoren Burke. the peace of mind of England if it settles tho question on the widest ST. COLUMBA'S. lines of freedom. The nearer the demand freedom approaches tho The ladles of St. ColUmba's par- outlined by John McNeil and the and Market, will Blnn Folners the hotter, namely Inish, Thirty-fift- h give a euchre and lotto entertainterdependence. The word expresses ment on Thursday afternoon and two things, independence of Ireland 25, games to be and England, with interdependence evening, October called at 2:30 and 8:30 o'clock. of one on tho other. The former, Many beautiful prizes will be namely a full measure of Independawarded and lunch served from ence, will allow this island-rac- e to 5:30 to 7 o'clock. Don't forget the work along its own lines of life, date. n youth setting up house a for himself, with, secondly, friendly, COLUJIBUS DAY FEATURE. brotherly relations and interdependence on a hlg brother. Such a The dedication of Columbus Bolutlon would be good for both. Park, in the South Boston district, Ireland doesn't want to be the slave said to bo one of tho largest salt or the Kaiser or any ono else. Will water parks in the world, was the all this work out for Ireland? I chief feature of the observance of don't know. the 425th anniversary of the disTho Sinn Felners, I might say, covery of America last Friday. The aTe a very excellent lot of young were held in the presence men and women and their policy Is exercises of thousands of a great crowd, not red revolution. It may Interest whom kneeled before an open-ai- r you that the first thing O'Connell cele most to knowSinn Fein leaders did altar when Cardinal of the safe return of on their releaso was to go on a pilbrated maw for the the American soldiers and sailors, grimage to Loch Derg (St. Patrick's from the war. Purgatory), and do the threo days' McNeil did this; religious fast. WISH THEM LONG LIFE. Do Valera, Cosgrave, etc., also Cos- ror grave, tne new Sinn em ju. Major Gen. Thomas II. Barry. Kilkenny City was at mass andi comU. S. A., who Is in commancTof Camp munion every morning during the Orant at Rockford. Ml., celebrated days of tho election campaign here. birthday anni- - Tho Sinn Felners during tne eiec- his verearj- - baturaay. kept perfect order, no drink Right Rov. Benjamin F. M)vltion no disorder being permitted by lng, Bishop of Savannah, one .of tho them. You may take it tnat au tne leading churchmen of tho South young people of the country are and a veteran of the civil war, was Blnn Felners, and the older people seventy years old Saturday. From are fast becoming the same. The all parts of tho country congratuand intelligence they latory telegrams and messages were show is a convincing proof that sent him. they are well fitted to manage the" On Sunday tho Right Rev. Pat- affairs of their own country right Bishop of rick A. McGovcrn, well. Tho American people know Cheyenno and known as tho print- that. too. forty-fivyears old. ers' friend, was convention Is proMeantime Bishop McGovem is ono of tho most ceeding with the work, not, however, its tho Northwest and without bitter criticism on tho part active prelates-'Ihas done great work for the church. of the Belfast Unionist press. Tho Dublin ' correspondent of tho ManBRIGHT OUTLOOK. chester Guardian writes his paper that "These comments wero plainly Frederick C. Howe, Commissioner In contravention of tho Realm Act of Immigration, in discussing tho regulations" and that they may immigration question after tho war, have an important reaction on the says: convention itself. "Ireland is tho bright star In tho night of Europe. Irish immidark SECRET OF SUCCESS. gration to the United States has in tho past three been cut In half Applicable to Liberty (loan savyears. We got 33,898 from Iroland ings, our young men and women I readers will find much In the folin 1914, and 17,462 In 1917. hollfivo that in the neneratlon that lowing from Sir Thomas Llpton, an Is dawning Iroland will show Eur Irish hoy who once drove pigs and .tier today is ono of England's richest ope and the world the way. individual eons have led the world men: coming to deIn tho past century; In the "I have often been generation they are going to de- fine tho true secret of success. It thouvelop the Irish soil. Many is thrift In all Its phases and prinsands, perhaps hundreds of thou- cipally as applied to saving. A sands, of Irish people may return vminsr man mav have many friends, to the mother land directly peace but he will find none so steadfast,) Once the change in so consiaiu, u is declared. oqv" -conditions there Is knowa the Irish his wants, eo capable of pushing d will flock back in a resistless tide;" him ahead, as a little, book with the name of the OPFOSED TO SUFFRAGE. bank on its cover. Saving is the first great principle of all success. Mrs. Robert Lansing, wife of the It creates independence, it gives a Secretary of State; haB accepted the vntine man atandlnsr. It fills him Secretaryship of the National As- with vigor, it stimulates him with sociation Opposed to Woman Suf- - the proper energy; in fact it brings f rage. to him the est part ot any sue- . full-grow- cause, In upholding the hands of our President and in supporting our army and navy, who are preparing to fight our battles. The American people are rising to the highest plane of national unity," he added. "There is but one place for an American citizen. Ho must stand under the flag with heart and soul, doing 'his best for his country and the eternal principles of right and justice for which it stands. This war must and shall end in a glorl-au- s American victory." IRELAND Headquarters for FARM PROPERTY. See us about anything la real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We sell, buy and rent and Window Shades Made to Order. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 2517. Home Phone City 4464. East Walnut Street CITY Wall Paper and Window Shades T. E. 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Dougherty, 1818-182- First and third Fridays, Hlbernlaa Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Noone. Pat BeBloy. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. cess Corner Fourth and Jeffcrssn McDonogh. happiness and contentment. Sentinel Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. -- " DIVISION 4. i Meets second and fourth Mondays, " Treasurer slxtv-seco- Sergeant-at-Arm- s nd John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dig-na- n. If It wero possible to Inject the quality of saving into every boy we should have a great many more real men." SURPRISE FOR OIIAFLAIN. Rov. John F. Walsh, former assistant at tho Cathedral at Trenton, N. J., now chaplain at Camp Dlx, was given the surpriso of his lifo last week. In tho short time he has been connected with the camp ho has become such a general favorite with tho workingmen of every creed engaged in putting up the buildings there that they "chipped tin" and purchased a fine automobile for tho use of tho prjest. Never was a man so astounded as was Father Walsh when ono of tho him to whoro the men escorted workmen were gathered and in a few words tendered tho cor as a token of their good will. BOOKLET FOR THE S0LDD3R. J. McDormott GERMAN, BANK self-restrai- nt e- iiMii Fifth and Market Sts. iu v leather-covere- Tho Central Dureau of the Central Verein has added to its list of timely publications by tho issue of INCORPORATED a new booklet entitled "Thrift," tho first of a. series entitled "Who Clean Grocery Stores, a Goe3 Thero?" and ia meant as practical guide to our soldier boys Best Por Less.' for a rational conservation of their pay. It has been found that ono Goods delivered free anywhere within six blocks of our stores. of the greatest menaces to tho and moral safety of our soldiers is tho habit of reckless spendIT yea toys a tanoattan that wH ing, especially on pay day. Gambling, immorality and In some cases drink form a most formidable foe .to a reasonable conservation of ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE their hard earned pay. To help lia W. Breaaway, XatrrUl. Xy. combat these evils and to encour GMidbctes by tha Xaverlaa BretMara. age a right attitude toward money SelMatlte aad Suaiaaw is the object or toe snore out. CUMloal. Preparatory Department, lani trenchant chapters of tkte timely Ceurifta, BwiaarelBr reel. Wail BattlsBe Qrmmm , jaauw, Btr , little book. rtrw hhwm, 'QUAKER MAID' "ihe well-bei- ng J1.; iSitu . ( ACDBKTODXJOJK'y f . w IRISH in A3SS&7&X&A2& n H4H SatdfefcfaL, . miimmr hi m in t q - t!! " Li!!"!'" ' , a. 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Among these aro furniture, rugs, many lines of house furnishings, etc. Ten months are given in which to complete the payment. The interest wo charge is less than the "fee." WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise) havo been returned to collectors of Surety Coupons through their redemption. "Wo give and redeem theso valuable coupons, which' means a most substantial saving on all your purchases. Wheel Tickets TRY THIS OFFICE. PRICES ARE RIGHT. HIBERNIANS. persecution of the Catholic charitable institutions and tapping of the telephone wires of different priests and clergymen. KNIGHTS OF MM1S h OKTE BOIIyAR State GoYernsent SitpwvlslMi Second and Market GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Hlrfer fee Bis Clok JOS. DOUGHERTY, President. E. E. LANNING, Vice President EDW. H. NIEHAUS, Sec. and Treas. DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED ; Wholesale and Retail Sp.eecil Furnace Coal, City Coal, Avenue CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. 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Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 ss service. We are as Give us a trial for first-claclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs i ur specialty. Give us p call. Louisville and widely known , in German Catholic society circles, Among the Kansas City war fund Tho died Sunday at Covington. Division 3 met last evening. body was brought here Thursday contributions wero five of ?1,000 Miss Catherine Enners is now morning and the funeral held at each. Vice President of Ladles' Auxiliary St. Boniface church. Tho council at Calumet, Mich., of Indianapolis. has purchased its second $1,000 Dave Reilly is rehearsing the Liberty bond. Monday morning tho last solemn members in the singing of the "Star rites wero held over the remains Tho Supreme Board has. irtvested Bpangled Banner." $250,000 of. the insurance reserve of Mrs. Elizabeth Gasser, aged 4 will Division meet Monday at St. Peter's church. De- fund in Liberty bonds. evening and hear reports on tho ceased was- the mother of Mrs. John y At an initiation at Trinicoming big initiation. Stelnborgqr, 938 South fflghteenth dad, Col., a class of over fifty reThe Hibernian Social Club played street, and had long been a highly ceived the threo degrees. to crowded houses at the Norman respected resident of this city. Twenty-flv- o candidates formed tho Theater Wednesday evening. class for tho most successful Louis Isadore Boos, born in Ger- tion yet hold at Sterling, Col. initiaClub does The Irish Literary much toward making" division meet- many but long an industrious and Large classes will receive the secrespected resident of Louisville, ond ings interesting in Minneapolis. succumbed to the infirmities of old and degree tomorrow In Cincinnati Tho Hibernians of New Orleans age Hamilton county councils. have endorsed the Morning Star as Mrs. at the home of his daughter, New Albany Council held an open L. Werner, 212 Spring street. their official paper. They made a His funeral was held at St. Joseph's meotlng for families of members splendid selection. Wednesday night that was greatly church, of which ho had been a enjoyed. Councllmen Tom Dolan and M. faftuful member. , the J. McDermott are studying Tho Fourth Degree Assembly of base-ca- ll football dope now that the Sunday morning Mrs. Elizabeth Omaha looks for a large class for season is over. Hardy, 916 South Preston street, tho exemplification on ThanksgivDivision 25 of Boston at Its last was called into eternal rest, leav- ing day. meeting enrolled four members and ing four daughters and two sons Right Rev. Bishop Duffy was ono then had a proper observance of the and many friends to mourn her of tho speakers at the Discovery anniversary of Robert Emmet. death. Funeral services were held day exorcises held by the Knights Tno Pepper family of Minneapolis Tuesday morning at St. Paul's at Grand Island, Neb. holds a unique record. Tho father, church, Rev. Father Donohoe celeWork began last week on the mother, three sons and three daugh- brating tho requiem mass. Knights of Columbus building at ters are all members of the Ancient Fort Thomas, and it will bo com Order. Following requiem .mass at SU pleted before Thanksgiving day. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary County Michael's church Thursday morning State Deputy Devaney has arBoard at Indianapolis at its quar- tho remains of Mrs. Brlgid Arnold, ranged to conduct a whirlwind meeting elected Miss Cath- wife of Adam Arnold and mother of campaign from Des Moines to iraiso terly erine O'Connell to tho office of Sec- William Arnold. 1219 South ,Floyd Iowa's $100,000 for the war fund. street, wero laid to rest in St. Louis retary. Under tho auspices of tho Knights Ireland ninetyBorn The Ladles' Auxiliary at Denver cemetery. ago. In greater .part - or uoston uarainai O'Connell celetwo years of brated military mass in Marina Park the r.re Riving entortalnments for the benefit of the war fund and to care her life was spent here, where her on Discovery day. The intention for families of members who suffer rwomaniy cnaracier Avon ner me re was "For the American soldiers and spect of all her associates and sailor boys who havo offered them In the war. selves for America's cause." The Ladles' Auxiliary County neighbors. I' Fifty-thre- e i white stars in a field Board at Minneapolis has appropri- IR ,i thirty-threaged George. Fllburn, of bluo will float from tho wall of ated ?100 for the purchaso of n who had been a member of the club rooms of Cleveland Counmass outfit for some chaplain who the local fire department and had cil In tho Opera House block dn will servo with tho soldiers. the Uniced States navy, session of served oninMonday of pneumonia at Cleveland. Each star will represent Tho opening social Ladles' Auxiliary 27 of Boston was died home of his mother, Mrs. Wini- a member who has heeded tho bugle falle,n into tho uniformed marked with, a pleasing programme! the Fllburn, 2504 West Jefferson call and the lihakl. Tho flag stands ranks of 25, fred and the presence of Division he is street. whoso members attended In a body. survived Besides his mother Michael for service and was made by tho by his brothers, wives, sweethearts and mothers of gave 23 of Brooklyn Division and Thomas Fllburn, and five tho council members. L. Rogers, its Financial Matthew His funeral was held ,Thurs-da- y reception and Secretary, a farewell morning from St. Charles 3LVCICIX COUXCIL. testimonial on tho eve of his de- church. priesthood parture to study for the Mackln Council making is In St. Bonaventuro's Seminary. preparations for tho fall season John J. Ryan, aged Division 8 of Pawtucket, R. I., died Tuesday at the home of his initiation and anticipating a large celebrated Its silver anniversary with daughter, Mrs. 'Emanuel Kirk, 4010 class. There is already a nice a banquet, at which Mayor street. Thursday number of applicants waiting for South Second National Vice President morning the remains were taken to the initiation, and tho membership Connor, Rev. James P. Kelly and his old home at Colesburg, where captains say that they aro working Denis A. McCarthy, of Boston, were the funeral was held at St. Clare's with a number of prospectives Invited guests. church. Mr. Ityan had been in the whom they will bring into the counInOne of the most Interesting meet- service- - of the L. & N. for thirty-fiv- e cil for tho coming initiation. ings ever held In Hibernian Hall years, and is survived by three door athletics at the council are was when tho sons, Clarence. Disney and James getting an early and lively start. at Charlestown, Mass., twenty-firanniversary of Division Ryan, and two daughters, Mrs. The callsthenic class works out in State officials, Nannie tCunningham 37 was celebrated. and Mrs. the gymnasium on Tuesday and county officers and many prominent Emma Kirk.- Friday nights, while basketball has citizens were present. tho floor on Wednesday and SaturFriends were deeply grieved to day nights. Plans are also being At the quarterly meeting of tho Ladies' Auxiliary at Roxbury, Mass., henr of the death of Mrs. Anna J. worked out for the organization of will league, which attended by 200 delegates, It was Borschneck, beloved wjfo of Louis a basketball reported that their Red Cross unit G. Borschnpck, 1116 South Floyd commence its schedule the early had supplied the soldiers with 320 street, and mother of Mrs. Charles part of next month. A meeting will comfort kits and that several hun- Sackstedder. Mrs. Borschneck was bo held at .tho club house on Sune years old and was held day morning, October 28, for the dred more wero being prepared. aim to in high respect by a wide circle of purpose of selecting captains for New York Hibernians Special Her the teams. committees make this year's entertainment the friepds and acquaintances. occasion for a monster celebration funeral took place Sunday after- from Mackin Council are visiting of the restoration or tneir relations noon from St. Paul's church, Rev. Camp Zachary Taylor weekly to get the acquainted with the Y. M. I. memwith th6 State and national bodies. JEugene Donphoo conducting For this purpose invitations havo solemn services. To the bereaved bers who re there and the other been sent evpry State and national husband many frlend3 tender their soldiers for the purpose of Inviting them to visit their club house. officer all over tho united States fheartfelt sympathy. B - Late News That Will Interest RECENT DEATHS. What They Have Been Doing Members Hero and Else--. the Past Week General Bernard Droppelman, ior many where. New Notes. years a highly respected resident of WE WELCOME COMPARISON OP STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. Stewart Dry Goods Co bCoBBcl)8aVr"ilhJafflCHcCrcCTY5CaNcwkk. bbbbbbbbuhSXILbbbbbsbbbbbbbbbbk all-da- FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE Has been the favorite kind. The quality is r the best and our prices are the fairest. Try ),) New Blend, our lbs., 2 Special Auto Delivery Service. i-- 2 JOHN M. MULLOY Both Phones 1323 S12 W. Market St. 1885. ESTABLISHED BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY j s IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield. Kyf iJL e, YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WEWJAMS INCORPORATED. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, sis-tor- s. KY. OLD FORTUNA nOLLBNBAOH1 536 W. 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In ii m ni i iiiniiiiiiHiiiMiHiiiiiimt KL. X The Sisters and Alunmae of Holy Rosary Academy r will entertain their friends and the patrons of the school at euohre and lotto on Friday afternoon and evening, October 2G. This will be tho first to bo given In tho beautiful new Holy Rosary auditorium, which ' is now under completion. It will be remembered tha't tho cornerstone of this magnificent .structure was laid the first of the year, and now tho large, pleasant class roomB. music rooms a,nd hall aro leady for use. All are cordlaly invited to participate in the pleasant afternoon and evening which the Sisters of Jho ST. CEC1LLVS. academy jromiso to provide. Many Beginning October 28, the last beautiful prizes will be awarded. mission Games will be called at 2:30 aad Sunday of this month, 8 o'clock. will be given at St. Cecilia's church, Craney is of which the Rev. Robert DEFEAT; pastor. This mission will be given PREDICT MITCHELL'S by two Dominican fathers and will Attorney Jaroft . teDoaoKh. a open at the evening service. On the former Louisville boy, who reaides i,i ,.ir ia will taVn Tile y bleaslBK of the new schoel-housin New York City, writes the the administering oi m a Irish American an intereatiii-nou- - as well to f onnflrmaHnii frnm the bis metroD- , de the Right oli, in irhich he predicts the com- Urge claea by uisnop oi Rev. Denia ODonagiuie, feat ox Mayor Mlicneu in me ing election, saying that Tammany During toe mission, which will last Mr. for two weeks, a branch of the will elect JudgeHylam says that MKcheU !a a Holy Name Society will e estabgrandstand player of the worst lished In this parish. type, and cites an Instance in which ADMIT THK WOMKX. Mitchell telegraphed to hold the National Guard parade up until he Women doing men's work are could get In the moving picture. It ta also charged that Mayor Mitoaell now admitted to fall membership In by his the Brotherbod of Railway Carmen. lost numerous supporters Xea-tucke, Edward F. l'racy, aged forty-sevand a well known railroad Saturday succumbed engineer, morning after a long illness of He was born in and was the son of the late Patrick and Ann Tracy, 418 Illinois avenue. Surviving him aro a son, Edward J. Tracy; his mother A. and one sister, Mrs. Stowell Reach, of Wod Itiver, 111., and threo brothers, John E., Charles M. and Ernest P.' Tracy, all of was held His fuheral Monday morning from St. Augustine's church. Rev. Father Halpln saying the requiem mass. en URGED TO REMIT. Jeffer-sonvill- e. Tha rmnnlen Executlev Commit tee of tho Catholic Conservation Council requests au suDscnoers 10 Via f!nthn1lp wnr fund to remit as soon as possible their subscriptions Treasurer. in TT. .T. Antrnrmelar. German Bank, Fifth' and Market. These subscriptions wero payame September 15 ana tne majoruy 01 them have been paid. The committee deeply appreciates, the intorest of the Catholic people In this movement, and trusts that those who did not give their addresses with and henco who rhoir have not been reached by Its re quest for payment, win responu ai rpt.n in Tllllflvilln mma August 4 to 11 accumulated nearly if 2 0,0 00, which will be spent for tne spiritual ana temporal weiiio forces, and of the United States dailv T.nn!avl1lA iMMtnln lire havlne opportunity to see the benefit of the work in the activities at Camp Zachary Taylor. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEES SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, A Cass of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phena West 191 THl Item Phone If 1 r iair .t wiim. gh BEAUTIFUL CATHEDRAL. who HoaiitLTuI now fW. Patrick's Cathedral being completed at HI Paao, Texas, under th direction of SRCOCPOCATBB A. J. Tiiahno Bw. tha Blstht Sehuler, S. J., will b dedicated gouday, Oetober t, whea the larg- at aaMBiaa 01 vanaono ciotst-ate-TBIn tha tolatory of aad laity , Pan Is axpaeted. Btahop Sohuler laM at all feeding 'ban and eafae. Raaowaacl for parity, strata, haa Jtiat mwt4 .tha ' Rev. O. O. rraod as vector t the new Cathe QRUBER 4c DBUSBR. UJvitW, dral. , WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Boer. MMrs, Kr. ' "'