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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917. men may bo invited, advising the War Recreation Board in the Norton building, who will assist in seenoti- WE DO PRINTING FIRST ClASS WQXK GIto This Office Year Next Order. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TAY PAY Holds Sanguine View of Irish Issue and Spirit That Provails. O'Connor Discusses "Work of the Convention and Influence of America. The club house of Louisville Council of tho Knights of Columbus Is always open to members who are quartered at the camp, whd are cordially invited to spend their oft days, taking advantage of the library, pool and billiard tables, Secretary McBride is at the etc. homo from 1 o'clock until 9 each day, and will be pleased to give any and all information desired by visitors. NATION proclaimed TO BOW IN THAYER. fied. ing that tho men are properly DEMOCRATS Making Rapid Strides With Their Precinct Organiza- - l tion. Blunder After Blunder Features Conduct of Republican Campaign. Louisville i Parliament as Anxious as Irish People to Settle the Question. ANIMOSITIES ARE DISAPPEARING Wilson last Saturday tomorrow as a day of prayer for the triumph of American arms. Since the outbreak of tho war there has heen constant prayer in tho Catholic church for peace and the success of our country. The President's proclamation is as folPresident lows: t Herald Continues Daily Villification of Citizens. BRUCE OWES APOLOGY "Whereas, The Cdngress of the United States, by a concurrent resolution adopted pn the fourth day of tho present month of October, in view of the entrance of our "Tay Pay" O'Connor, Irish Parnation Into the vast and awful war liamentary leader, expressed himself which now afflicts the greater part Saturday as sanguine of an early of the world, has requested mo to and satisfactory settlement of the set apart by official proclamation a vexed Irish question. He outlined day on which our people should be his views in his rooms at the called upon'to offer concerted prayer Dlackstone Hotel in Chicago. Asked to Almighty God for his divine aid as to the present prospects of the In the success of our arms; and, convention, he said: AMERICAN SOLDIERS ENTER GAS CHAMBER. "Whereas, It behooves a great PETROGRAD "I am unable to give a precise American soldiers In their training camp bohind the lines in France free people, nurtufed as we have answer. As you are doubtless aware, putting on Map showing islands In tho Gulf been in the eternal principles of speentering a trial gas masks preparatory the proceedings are secret, and the cially arranged to enable them to become accustomed to chamber to the masks. Justice and of right, a nation which landed. Becrecy has been guarded by a spehas sought from the earliest days of cial law which subjected the disIts existence to be obedient to the to the penalties of the de- peaca by tho Allies. In my opinion closures divine teachings which havo infense of the realm act." the British Ministry will, I might spired it in tho exercise of its libquery as to how the mem- oven use tne word 'telescope,' To the erties, to turn always to the Subership of the convention was de- through Parliament any decision of premo Master and cast themselves nomtermined he replied: "It was In faith at his feet, praying for tho kind I have intimated at which inated, and rightly so. All parties the convention will arrive." his aid and succor In every hour of were more or less consulted. To trial, to the end that the great aims Tells Commons German Plot to Bhow you how much it was desired Appreciate Treatment Received to which we dedicate our power as CROSSED THE BRIDGE. to have the convention thoroughly a people may not perish among Scud Irishmen Arms at Knights of Columbus representative the Sinn Peiners men, but be always asserted and To tho Irish Standard it appears Known. were offered Ave seats, as many as certain that tho Irish convention Building. defended with fresh ardor and dethe Parliamentary party of slxty-elg- has crossed the worst bridge In Its votion, and through the divine men and as many as the road to agreement that of tho parblessing set at the last upon endurYou will thus see tition of a part of Ulster from the Orange party. ing foundations for the benefit of that the spirit was conciliatory and rest of Ireland. Responding to an Bishop O'Donaghuo Visits Comp all the free peoples of tho earth: Great Britain Will Not Con comprehensive Another Important Impassioned appeal from Lord Mc"Now therefore I, Woodrow Wilsent to Separation of Taylor and "Was Much factor fs that the Government ex- Donnell, former Under Secretary for son, President of the United States, Ireland. ercised its power of nominating fif- Ireland, the Ulster delegation has gladly responding to the wish exImpressed. teen members by choslng the most practically waived this point, and a pressed by tho Congress, do appoint distinguished Intellects of Iieland, committee is now at work upon a Octobor 28, being the last Sunday with the addition that these men plan of government that will bo of the present month, as a day of been associated with ready for presentation in a short have never Deported in Febsupplication and prayer for all the participation in time. The remaining obstacles that Nearly Five Thousand Attended people of tho nation, earnestly ex- Sinn Feincrs active or partisan ruary to Frustrato Universities, are likely to give trouble are the our political strife. horting all my countrymen to obFour Masses Last Sunday Chambers of Commerce, the hier- propositions that Ireland shall reserve the appointed .day, according Teutons. Morning. archies of the Catholic and Protest- main In fiscal union with Great to their several faiths, in solemn ant churches were searched for the Britain, and tho continuance of prayer that God's blessing may rest best minds. I don't know any man representation in the British Parupon the 'high task which is laid in Ireland who ought to bo in tiro liament. These are .both important, upon us, to the end that the cause convention and who could help by but not Insuperable difficulties. Fis- POST CHAPLAIN EXPECTED SOON for which we give our lives and DUKE DEFENDS IRISH POLICY his intelligence who Is excluded." treasuro may triumph and our efcal union with Great Britain would When asked as to his hopes of of course detract-fro- in forts be blessed with high achievethe internal the convention arriving at a suc- autonomy which Ireland justly ment." issue, O'Connor said: claims. With such a restriction of cessful Tho House of Commons on TuesLast Sunday "Slight indications have been given her administrative powers she Taylor nearly at Camp Zachary day occupied Itself wltbl Ireland, BLAST KAISER'S DREAM. 6,000 attended tho by cautious and reserved utterances would not stand In the same reJohn E. Redmond, leader of the by some or tne meniDers 01 ine con- lation to the empire as Canada or four masses in tho three Knights The great week is at hand! In Irish party In Parliament, opening So far as I can gather Australia. She would not have the of Columbus buildings, Chaplains (he eight days between October 28 tho debate on the motion which vention. Irish opinion .from the occasional full measuro of homo rule that Mahoney and Rawllnson being tho and Novebmer 4 Kentucky and her he announced October 16 he would and cautious references made, the rightfully and naturally belongs to celebrants. One hundred and seve- sister States will Join in one of the make. Tho motion reads: Bpirlt of black pessimism in which her in virtue of her geographical nty-six received holy communion most momentous food conservation "This House deplores the policy the convention began has changed and racial status, but she would at and the Queen's Daughters acain camnalims in the world's history. which has been pursued by tho more optimistic any rate be relieved of the intol- served breakfasts to tho soldiers. jleginnlng Sunday, to a decidedly 28, Irish Executive Government and tho October type. One of the most striking erable burden of "Castle" dominion The sermon at the 9 o'clock mass every day of the week and the fol- Irish military authorities at a time was by a pro- of her domestic anairs speeches I have seen unm me at the Auditorium was preached by lowing Sunday will bo a "red-le- t when the highest interests of Irefessor of the Belfast University. In exact conditions of the proposition Chaplain Rawllnson, and In accord- ter" day and probably remembered land and tho empire demand tho eloquent and touching language he are formulated it is not possible to ance with his usual style the dis by generations hence as the period creation of an atmosphere favorable spoke of the gradual disappearance estimate properly the' importance of course on ooedlence of the soldier during which tho mighty forces of to a successful result of the delibwas very Interesting to all present. this nation were unified for the pur- erations of tho Irish convention." in the discussions of the old ani- this obsession. As to representamosities and old misunderstandIn tho course of a speech Premier tion at Westminster the vast ma- bo The masses and confessions will pose of sweeping Kalserism from ings." the same us last week, but In the earth. In this week the creed Lloyd George declared the Governjority of the Irish people would With reference to the kind of a prefer to have it abolished, but on addition It may be announced that "Servo by saving 'because food will ment was aware that arrangements settlement by the convention that this point there is little danger of the appearance of the post chap-Iai- win the war" will bo carried to were again being made, partly by would satisfy Irish opinion, he ven- Berlous trouble. With or without it appointed by the National every fireside in the land. Count von Bernstorff, to land arms Premier tured the belief "that there Is one a Ireland can be pros- Committee on War Activities of the This great patriotic task can In Ireland. Tho could not said that possibly section of Irish opinion which, if It perous and contented, provided al- Knights of Columbus, Is daily ex- never bo shouldered by one group the Government only lives up to Its own declaration, ways that there shall be no Inter- pected, and he will add material of women working alone. Every forget what had happened These ago. months would not bo satisfied of anything ference domestic affairs. assistance in hearing confessions on housekeeper in America, no matter eighteen with short of an Irish republic and com- Neither of the points In controversy Saturdays, as the number is In- how large or small her family or speeches could not be treated as perEngland. plete separation from pocketbook, must must excited opeeches delivered bywhich therefore is Incapable of satisfac- creasing weekly. Whatever the convention decides it tory adjustment, and in the not Sunday afternoon the camp and mobilize. Her campaign Is not to sons of no consequences, will certainly not decide in favor of distant future we may expect to see buildings were favored with a visit ask her family or community to would end In nothing. that." "In order to save those poor peoof the day of deliverance by the Right Rev. Denis O'Donag- starve themselves, but rather to the His own opinion of the solution and dawn redemption of Ireland Ireland huo, Bishop of the Louisville dio- teach them to eat less meat, sugar, ple who honestly believed they wore country cese, and he seemed greatly imthe convention ought to adopt Is as an entirety. and wheat by substituting other doing their best for their others," by Indicated in the remark: "I see in pressed with the progress that had fat ooas mat are equauy gooa, dui from being persuaded "I thought continued the Premier, the official reports these words conbeen made. In tho work at the that can not bo sent abroad. recurring: 'Constitution stantly camp. it essential that tho Government of should take action, not provocative based on tha Dominion form On Tuesday and Wednesday tho HELP IN CA5IP AVORK. government. If the convention action, but firm action. There are K. of C. buildings were inspected Government ought gave that I believe the good sense by W. J. Morlarty, who was sent At a meeting of Division 4, A. O. three things thein the interests of to make clear of the majority or the Irish people, out from Washington on a tour of H., Monday evening President Ireland: First, incitement to re and what Is more, of the Irish Taco all the camps, to see how the work Thomas Lynch appointed W. P. permitted. The throughout the world, will back the was progressing. Col. Callahan was Harry T. Colgan, T. J. bellion con not bo convention." also in Louisville a few days and Langan and John J. Barry to act Germans nearly landed arms for exThat America in the war will visited the camp. Both were much with him in visiting and helping that purpose eighteen months ago ert a large influence on Ireland is leased to observe what was being members of the order now stationed We know .that arrangements are "I Mr. O'Connor's earnest belief. one at the cantonment. The three at Camp Zachary Taylor, the com- being made for arms to be landed partly can not understand the Intervention buildings are now In full operation, mittee to work In conjunction with again and wo know that it isSecond, done bv Von Bornstorff. of America not producing the Assistant Secretary O'Daly having the Knights of Columbus. Mr. no Government can permit Influence on the mind of charge of No. 3, which was opened stated that he believed a thing rebellion." every Irishman at homo or abroad," last week. Tho player pianos and there would bo hetween 10,000 and is orcanlzatlon for drilling and After the he said. "America is now one of grafanolas are now installed and 12,000 Catholics stationed at the referring to the the Allies. Everybody who Is have already been the source of camp and among them onany Hiber- marchinc colnc on in (Ireland and Valera, everybody is much amusement for the boys. nians, whom the order here could the exhortations of dewhat was tho go- y declared that Is Quito a number of music rolls and assist in many who is ways. Thomas Premier In Ireland was a dellberato Inir on. has been faced squarely That Issue music records have been received, Keenan spoke on the matter and drill f can say already by the Irish race but there is always room for more, said there were 5,000 pcesent at attempt to enroll and.who in thouEng sand of young men tako It from me, so that exchanges among the vari- mass last Sunday and in America, and wore land woum nave oeen compuisoruy all speaking with knowledge and after ous buildings will always cause a Inspired by the sermon delivered for re with enlisted In nrorVaration the freest exchange of thoughtAmerfresh supply to bo on hand. by Rev. Rawllnson. Divis- bellion. Tho th,lrd point was that Llborty Loan day was celebrated ion 4 is Father the leading Irish minds of divided big preparations there was a deal of talk In Ireland making of ica, that the theory at tho Auditorium Wednesday for tho initiation to be held Thanks- among tho Sinn Fein loaders, whloh, allegiance has no place in the mind night, for which an elaborate pro- giving eve. said tho Premier, did not mean gramme had been arranged to fitor heart of the Irish race in this but homo rule or country. I can not 'say that the tingly express to our boys thanks ORPHANS HOME BENEFIT. separation or secession. There was the Irish at home havo yet seen way, for their efforts in the Liberty bond a demand for. tho sovereign indeposition In such a clean cut campaign. Several prominent speaki9BBB5HBBflBB5S5E3BBpBK Representatives of a number of " nmmm " '" ers and a few musical and vocal Catholic churches and friends of pendence of Ireland, and, declared but they arc learning, I hope. was say the Premier, To the question as to what numbers made the evening ono of St. Joseph's Orphan Homo met the at once that "Wo had bettor SIR ARTHUR CURRIE. under no conditions the fundamental reason of the sucreal enjoyment. first of the week at the Knights of will Great Britain permit anything Who is now In command of the cesses of the Sinn Felners at the Much interest has been aroused Hall and formulated of that kind." he Canadian overseas force In France. by the War Recroation Board of Columbus recent Parliament plans for a big, baaar to be held in Henry E. Duke, Chief Secretary replied: "First, the disgust, almost Louisville in the home visitation January for 4ho benefit of the BOYS- DID WELL. requests were orphanage, and much progress was for Ireland, declared that the redeepening to despair, at the hesitaplan, and several cent troubles in Ireland had arisen Britmado of tho Secretaries last Sunday mado. tions and delays of successlvo home was enThis was the by persons who desired to take "a larged recently institution expenses in- because the convention leaders doing On last Sunday afternoon administrations in putting ish wish operation; second, resent- boys of St. Thomas Orphanage gave soldier home to dinner" with them. curred by the and the lhave been well and the Sinn Fein Government rale into addition said the ment at what Lloyd George himself a very interesting programme be A body of young ladles announced heavy. It is hoped by those in- it to fall.to Ha its utmost to prevent do called the Ineptitudes and maligni- fore a large audience at Trinity that tea parties would' be given terested in ttte home to raise a largo Intended acta wltiht such intention. war office in dealing Council's hall. The entertainment during the winter, commencing the amount at the bazar in order that criminal ties of the belief was expressed by Mr. with Ireland; and third, and above was rotten up to express to the first Saturday in November, and re a portion of the indebtedness may The that the convention was on Duke and almost frenzied public, who have been so kind to quested the names of fifteen or be paid. all the fierce the "eve of a solution of its probresentment at the cruel executions. them, their deep appreciation. Tne twenty men who are to be invited. lem." He announced that while of the mind of the boys deserye great credit for the It is their intention to have men My own view CONDUCT GREAT SnSSION. the constitution was in the making Ministry as at present con- manner i& which the different num- from the different companies each British the GoverMnent would do ite utmost always on the supposition bers were executed. Besides the Saturday, and as soon as the cards Very Rev. M. J. Ripple, O. to avoid the policy of making arstituted comes to an boys Mrs. Josephine Barrett, Ernest are obtained from the local commit P.,The Very (Rev. R. F. Cahlll, O. P.. that the convention as likely which agreementis that their isdesire to Luvtei "and A. Kronenberg rendered tee invitations will be Issued. This' and Rev. J. R. QIsltTs, O. P., all rests, to help he considered propathe secessionist as keen solos which were very well re- promises to ioe an exirenreiy inter- from fit. Louis Bertrand's convent, only have the question settled ganda. s. peep ceived. Encouraged by the success esting feature of the winter war have .been conducting a great and M that of the Irish The Secretary felt that all the They are conscious of the with which the entertainment was work and It is hoped that the vari- successful two weeks' mission at the setion taken by the administration reconciled received an early repetition is ous societies will perfect plana at Church of St, John the Evas gel 1st, to Ireland was" justified. Tfca Irish part that a 7 enormous Ireland can play lfrfaeiliUtlag our probable and a treat is in store the earliest possible date to arrange one of the largest congregations in convention, he declared, was a dances and parties to which the Baltimore. crushing rtotory and a decisive for these who attend. werklng demonstration of the faet HELM SOLDIERS PREMIER ht , n, pro-found- gh pro-Al- ly anti-All- anti-Americ- - I them-Mlve- precinct organization has produced wonderful results. Every precinct n Louisville and Jefferson county THREATENED. has been having weekly meetings of Riga on which Germans have and tho workers in each report that a, compact precinct organization has been formed and one that is suro to bring results on election day. that if given a fain chance Irish- There is no denying tho fact that men could administer their own Cronan and the havo affairs. Ho defended the Iristu policy wonderful strides tickettho past mado two generally and pointed to the unpre- weeks and many in predict that cedented magnanimity with which majority will be tho largest tho tho Sinn Felners, who had endeav- years. Ono suro indication of in a ored to stir up revolt, had been Cronan victory is tho present odds treated. In election betting. As men In discussing his motion Mr. Red- ing to bet on the result aro notwillinmond said be was convinced thero fluenced by sentiment either way tho was grievous danger of destruction odds of two and two and a half of tho Irish convention If tho policy to ono on Cronan aro an indication at present pursued by tho Irish of conservative opinions of the reauthorities were continued. William O'Brien and Timothy sult. The preponderance of Cronan pictures Healy, .Independent Nationalists, tho big In tho residence windows, falling off in tho accusaiso were to spoak. tomed negro the snlendid was work of tho vote and precinct oriteamona 'ine resolution separate voted down, 211 to 78. ganizations have been the chief influences in creating tho DemoPRAYS DESPITE HOOTS. cratic nominee as favorite In tho betting. Does it pay to pray In the army? Tho Republican ticket, headed by Thero are soven lads, at least, at Also Ran Smith and composed of a Camp Meade who think it does now. bunch of unknowns and misfits, has Thero is a certain Httlo fellow in received pretty bad handling In tho blunder after camp who dropped to his knees Republican camp, every night before he got under blunder being made In a vain attempt to Influence the voter. Hero the covers to "squaro himself" with are a few samples: Ed Morrow, God before he passed into slumber-lanAnd in the morning, when hailing from the wild, wooly and revelllo was sounded, he swung bloody Eleventh district, is brought over tho side of his cot, landed "on here to tell how wicked Louisvillo his knees, and thanked the Great Is and that his neighbors of tho Maker again for his country and moonshine section want a chango Yarberry, asked Him to guide his footsteps in Louisville politics, Strange as it another from that section, says he during the day. might seem, this little fellow, is disgusted with Louisville, but George Eckhardt, of Baltimore, was doesn't explain why ho won't go The Republican tho object of criticism and "hoots" back homo. is worker overtime to put from seven of his comrades who had cots near his in ono of the life into Brumleve and a few sorethe members or barracks. It was tho same story head G.Democrats, faithfully O. P. attending every night and the same story the the Brumleve memorial rally with every morning for a while. "Where do you get that stuff?" out result. Many are left wonder"Ask Him to got you exempted." ing how much tho (Republicans contributed to the fireworks display, "Cut It out." These were some of the many hall rent, etc., of the Brumlovo things jeerlngly shouted at the lit- fiasco, but all agree that tho blunbe repeated, as tle fellow every night and every der won't cause was given Brumleve a death morning. He only smiled, and In- and his blow by stead of being discouraged as ono primary his former associates of tho campaign, who repudiated might expect the little follow added a prayer for those who mocked his his traitorous course. All of theso Tho Captain of tho and tho failure to let Ross go to faith In God. company heard of tho affair and he trial for election offenses has shown made It his business to watch and some mighty poor management in listen. For three nights he observed the Republican headquarters, and tho samo condition of ridicule in as Cartoonist Goldberg would say which the little fellow was placed. "No brains, no brains." But the chief drawback to tho On the third night he broke In upon them. The seven wero told a Republican campaign Is the sup thing or two, deprived of all liberty port of Louisville's greatest enemy for thirty days, and given extra and knocker, the Louisvillo Herald. duty as a punishment. Any ono Following the example of the Canwho can read will know tne religion adian resident who controlled its political destinies four years ago, the little fellow professed. tho Herald is blackguarding Louisville's officials, its institutions and everything connected with the city, and following the example of his piedecessor, tho present transient political controllers will leave for WJ fields anew after the election. The politics of the Herald is dictated Trom Chicago, and tho slstor sheet of tho Herald in that city distinguished itself by supporting Bill Thompson, the present lemon Mayor of the Windy City, pursuing tho samo campaign there for Thompson that tho Louisvillo Herald is conducting hero for SmithForced to eat its words more than once, tho Herald has now tried a new tack and that Is seeking to arouse tho religious fanatics who have always found a safe refuge in tho inner councils of the Republican party. Under ono pretense or another the Herald has followed In tfio foot steps of tho mudgutter organ being freely circulated hero, and gloatingly prints anything that would servo to arouso bigotry. Tho Ropublican Committee Is of mailing broadcast tho speech Helm Bruco delivered at the Walnut Theater rally, and in nine cases out of ten the recipient wonders what Mr. Bruce would give to recall his words' of that night.. For many FLIGHT LIEUT. CA'MPUZANO. years Helm Bruce has been a leadCuban who has distinguished ing attorney at tho bar horo and himself on numerous occasions. was regarded and pointed out as ono of our leading citizens and tho MAIUIY AT OSIAHA. connection of his name with any enterprise was sufficient endorseNews was reccivod In Lexington ment with the Louisvillo public of on: Saturday of tho marriage of all classes. to state, Mr. Sad damaged that seriously Charles Kremer Bain, son of Mr, Bruce and Mrs. John Bain, of that city, prestigo and reputation in one deliverance of a to Miss Marie Woodard, a promin-o- night by the young society girl of Omaha, in speech tended to arouso bigotry and or nis BL Cecilia's Cathedral in that city. feeling among thousands Mr. Bain Is a graduate of the Col- fellow citizens. As was pointed mado the lege of 'Mining Engineering of the out before, Mr. Bruco University of Kentucky, class of same accusations which are pub1911, where he was prominent In lished bya disreputable sheet of a Missouri town and the fraternity circles and college activities. He has recently been fol same mistakes, but the Republican lowing has profession of mining en censor was smart enough to strike gineer In Butte, Mont., where the out the mistakes of the speaker and pubHeatien. young eeunle will make their borne. the d. pul-mot- or Next week will-martho closing or tho local campaign and tho Democrats aro more than satisfied with tho outlook, the organization being tho most compact in local political history and the method of k y 'm& - nt one-hor- se aaU-Amerk- x. JETTTJOKZY IXIHC AJS3BmTCA.SP. EASY TERMS The Kaufman Straus Store insures Supecol- On rior advantages in its bountiful the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At lections of apparel and dress accessories in its representation of authentic fashions 4 J lllb SOUTHS HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT 6TO..w STEWART'S There are a great many things which you can buy at Stewart's on which you need make only a small payment down. Among these are furniture rugs, many lines of house furnishings, etc. Ten months are given in which to complete the payment. The interest we charge is less than the "fee." WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise) have been returned to collectors of Surety Coupons through their redemption. "We give and redeem these valuable coupons, 'which means a most substantial saving on all your pured and its rigid adherence to a high and deviating quality standard. un- - mwmmtStxwm tu vtcocMMA'ca MOST, UNUSUAL PHOTOGRAPH OF RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. WHEN YOU WANT The scene Is the Novak! Prospect. The large building in the background is the Public Library, and that the bullets from the machine guns aro mowing downs the people it is from the roof of this building in the street. Wheel Tickets TRY THIS OFFICE. PRICES ARE RIGHT. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Fast Week General News Notes. has already begun great preparations for this event. Father is an unassuming but earnest worker, and by all classes 13 "held In the highest esteem. Fitz-gora- ld KHTS OF SOLIUIDg chases. WE WELCOME COMPARISON OP STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. and Monday evening, when the reDivision 3 will meet next Friday organized Chesterfield Minstrels will evening. perform for charity. Manager Con Ford says he is preparing a Walter Barrett guarantees a first-clabig talk for the next initiation. performance and one that InThomas Driscoll, a veteran mem- cludes the best talent in the city. ber of the order, is on the sick The entire proceeds will be given to Rev. Father O'Sullivan, the venlist. When you buy Furniture you should Can McCarthy got back in har- erable and beloved pastor of the ness as Temporary Secretary the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, buy the kind that is net made to give and it is noedless to tell how much other night. or will be away with trading stamps or cheap, 4 The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., the assistance, is neededFlynn, the John J. have a team in the Catholic appreciated. We do not handle trashy premiums. local star black-fac- e artist, will take Bowling League. part and act as stage director. Miss trading stamps, but good Furniture, CarPatrick C. Nolan and Ben B. Catherine Fellers is musical diMcAullffe are the latest applicants rector. Tickets of admission twenty-fpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. in Division 4. ive cents. A raffle for a toti of coal will bo a feature of the next meeting of SrORT AT OAJIP. Division 2 at Syracuse. The soldiers at Camp Zachary Ladles' Auxiliary 1 of Indian415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. apolis has supplied $100 for an Taylor had an all-da- y field meet army chaplain's mass outfit. Wednesday, ending with the distriAt the largest 'meeting held in bution of prizes at the Knights of Auditorium at night. a number of years in Indianapolis Columbus Division 3 last week initiated a Prizes, of which there were fifty, ranged all the way from the silver class of candidates. to which you can year-olitarts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative Sixty-on-S per cent. NoBank, to you whatever cup, Don't miss the box party of Di- safety photographs, boxes of candy, cost add jl 00 or more at any tline. We add absolute safety and razors, toilet accesorles; toAll vision 3 next Friday night. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1 00 or the depositor of 10,00. visitors and members will have a bacco, money, leggings, match safe, flashlights, pipes, ukuleles, watches "sure enough good time." kits to automobile gogand The Ladles' Auxiliary at Rich- gles comfort grafanola with ten recSeeeod and Market and a State GweriMKiit SuptrvislM (feta Uw Big Clek mond, Ind., had a very successful ords. Valued at more than $500, initiation last week. A number of they were 'donated chiefly by LouisE. E. LANNING, EDV. H. NIEHAUS, lady visitors from Newcastle were ville merchants. At the Knights of JOS. DOUGHERTY, present. Sec. and Treas. Vice President. President. Columbus Auditorium, beginning at The County Board at 'Pnamlng-ha7:30 o'clock, the Rev. Father C. P. Mass., unaniomusly voted that Raffo, pastor of the St. Charles each division in Middlesex county Borromeo church, made the cup Late News That Will Interett Members Here and Elsewhere. Judging from the interest being manifested capacity houses will he the rule at Bertrand Hall tomorrow CHARITY MINSTRELS. ss Stewart Dry Goods Co b CMaechsa Witt Jane Mc Crewy I Co New NfeA. FURNITURE JAMES GREENE e d ice. Last Sunday there was a fine Initiation at Shenondoah, Iowa. The Knights at Fond du Lac have organized a bowling league. The Initiation of thirty candidates adds much strength to the council at Trinidad, Col. Knlghta from all over Nebraska aro preparing for the fourth degree at Omaha on Thanksgiving day. Buffalo Council Is making efforts to increase the purchase of $15,000 worth of Liberty bonds to $50,000. By November 1 the Knights will have seventy-fiv- e buildings ready for the men in army and navy serv- HHIH FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS GOOD COFFEE MULLOY'S Has been the favorite kind. The quality is r the best and our prices are tho fairest. Try Q (J our New Blend, 2 z lbs J Special Auto Delivery Service. JOHN M. MULLOY Both Phones 1323 213 W. Market St. 1885. GERMAN INSURANCE BANK remit during the war the dues of all presentation address praising the efmembers serving in the- army and forts of the oamnalen managers of navy. 'the Zachary Taylor second Liberty INCORPORATED The St. Joseph Catholic Tribune. loon. Music was furnished by the speaking of the Ancient Order, Three Hundred and Thirty-fourt- h doubts if there is a society in that Infantry band at the Knights of city that enjoys more solid comfort Columbus Auditorium, with a patrifrom organization than does Divis- otic song by David Maloney, an InN ion 3. vocation by Chaplain A. J. Rawlln-soa brief address by Hon. At the last meeting of Division Louisville 3 of St. Joseph, Mo., six candidates Thomas Walsh, of ithe CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. presented themselves for initiation, bar, and a song, "Goodbye, My Solfrom indications forty-fivOffice and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue and more present will be added toe dier Boy," by Josephine Barrett, names Prof. Leo Schmltt presiding as piano "accompanist. the list before January 1. Scmtk OGBy City 3101 LOUISVILLE, KT. The juvenile division at Terre HURTFUL RUMORS. Haute presented Father John Ryves, pastor of St. Ann's church, For the .past ten days or two with a beautiful bouquet of thirty-si- x roses, in honor of the thirty-sixt- h weeks rumors 'have been current anniversary of his ordination. that the Federal Food AdministraWhere work Is quickly Where the kome is Sunday, December 4, is to bo tion anticipated fixing the prices of brightest; done; Hibernian day in Ohio. State Sec- live stock, some of these rumors Where the work U Where cooking seem retary 'Casey, of IJrbana, has sent going so far as to say the price of at i$10 per lightest; real fun; out a patriotic appeal to all county hogs would bo fixed rumors have and division officers to make this 100 pounds. Theseby Where the meal la Where baking gives defarmers and the big day of the year for the or- been given credence cooked best; light; stockmen of the State, and thouWhere drudge Is out of der. Where the range stead of Rattle, hogs and At a recent meeting of the sands have half-fsight the test dIks Ladles' Auxiliary at Zanesville, that should been rushed to market have remained in the where That's That's the where the was given the "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" come Ohio, ?100 Association for a Army feed lots. Fred M. Sackett, Fed Chaplain's mass la. for Kenoutfit, $50 for a Liberty bond and eral Food Administrator wKh condiacquainted $5 for a high mass for national tucky, was Gsm ItaMgee Sold, Installed and Highly IteoomtasBilea Qaiek Meal tions this week, and 'at once telepeace. graphed Mr. Hoover asking the, Division 2 of Syracuse will open real status of affairs. In answer 215 contests Administrator Hoover said there series of "forty-five- " its W. MARKET ST. Monday night. These contests will was no intention of reducing the be interesting ana are expectea to hog statements attract large crowds, as they are were price and that such "All our absolutely untrue. good time power," he declared, "will be used made the occasion of a for everybody. to keep prices at which allied and State and county officers and a Governmental purchases are made BOTH PHONES 2399 large gathering at the meeting of on a plane that gives an assured the Irish Literary Society with return of cost and profit to proLadles' Auxiliary 7 at Minneapolis ducers of meat animals. In our service. We are as Give us a trial for first-claproved one of the best ever held in opinion the best market obtainable close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and that city. There was no disappoint- for the present corn crop or the ment regarding the programme. country will be through live stock. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Fitzgerald, C. elected We need increased production of David chauffeurs i sir specialty. Qive us a call. Mayor of New Haven, Conn., re- beef and pork and the only way to ceived the greatest plurality ever secure this Increase will be oy a given a municipal candidate in any profit on production." election In "that city. He is an earnest Hibernian and for fifteen BAZAR AT ST. JAMBS. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. years has been prominent in State , and national conventions. The annual fall entertainment The Ancient Order of Suffolk and bazar to be given by the people county, 'Mass., demands of Congress of St James parish, Bardstown. road an investigation of all propaganda and Edeoslde avenue, promises to "One of the be of more than ordinary dnterest. which is tieasonablo. cardinal principles of our order, There will be several new, attractTIRES, VULCANIZING. FEDERAL expressed both In our ritual and ive features and a combination ot also in our. actions, is loyalty to very handsome prizes. A splendid FREE SERVICE. the United States, our adopted chicken supper will be served both country," says Patrick Cannon, Na- evening, and the ladles of St. their tional Vice President. James' expect to main-taifurnishing meals of The Catholic Tribune rejoices in reputation 1 101-0- 3 JSAST BROAD WAX. the Ancient which are & real treat. The dates the bright outlook for Order and says: "It forms an im- are November 13 and 14. portant link in everything that can 11I 111iI SBRVBD BUT 'ONE PARISH. assist Mother Church, and we urge P. UUMAN, JR., every Catholic Irishman, by birth T. B. MMMCE, ot VJ A singular elrcuraetanoe in conor descent, to join some division StsrttMY. rfK. fc Trtu, fnc & Kt. in the A. O. H., as it brings them re- nection with the recently celebrated anniversary of the Right Rev. Jocontact with men of their own ligion and nationality, keeps them seph Cbamtrand, Coadjutor Bishop in the faith by compelling them to of Indtanaeottr, Is the fact that he attend their religious duties reg- Mae nerer served itn any other pariularly, and pays more in sick and ah, than. he Cathedral in wMch. he ; Sewer awl Calvert Fifw, years ago. funeral benefits, for amount ex- wae ordained twenty-fiv- e He was in turn assistant, Bishop's pended, than any other organisaaaaaaa's Pateat Lia'aaa' Pipe far Steam Ceaa'aki, tion " Louisville Hibernians should secretary, pastor, and finally Wall Caplatf, Draia Til, YHriiael BrMf, Bishop of the diocese. bring this home to their neighbor' T rirePfMwag, Flae Liaia, Fire BrieX not a member. Crate awl Belter Tile, Smwl Fire Clay, Catattey mf. WILL SAIL BOON", OWBK8BOUO. 415 West Thomas A. ConaeU, OFFIW5 S28 WEST JEFFERSON Seventh street, New Albany, who That But. leather Edward T. Pi enlisted at St, Louis in, the Avia' OUM. MAIN SOT. HOMC PHONfM OITY S7S-17geraM, vaster of t, Paul's efcur, tion Coupe and Hum "been in tmtotag in Aarauhara. will Moon esieblM at 9eji Aaeoeao, Terns, hae been X WORKS- - 19tfc B)reck.. and Magnolia Ay., Be. H and tOffe. anniversary athWi traneferred to New Teric and exthe twentr-ftft- a pastorate there. The congregation pect eooa to eall tor France, - DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, n, The Council at Grand Island, Neb., voted unanimously to invest us $v,uuu xowara tne ouiiding of the new school building and hall. The first degree was exemplified for a class of fifty candidates on Friday of last week by Northslde and St. Patrick's Councils, Cincinnati. The excellent condition of the treasury gives promise that the Knghts at St. Joseph, Mo., will soon be domiciled in a home of their own. Bishop Shaw, Major Gen. Allen and Brig. Gen Johnson attended the dedication of the K. of C. building at Camp Travis, near San Antonio, and delivered addresses. The Knights of Columbus building at Camp Beauregard was dedicated by Bishop Van do. Ven, who invited all soldiers, irrespective of creed, to come and enjoy its privileges. The Oklahoma Court of Appeals has affirmed the conviction of Roy Crane, tho infamous llbeler of tho Knights of Columbus. In his decision Justice Armstrong said: '.'it is to bo regretted that the statute does not prescribe imprisonment In the penitentiary as the punishment for this class of crime." PEWEE VALLEY. Last Sunday was indeed a day of grace for the people of St. Aloysius congregation at Pewee Valley. On that day the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue adminis- ESTABLISHED BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY 'IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H 8 McKemia, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky? YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR, & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED). & THE PHIL. HOLLENBACH INCORPORATED CO. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. , - Distillers Ot OLD FOUTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 838 W. Mala St. SOUR MA8H PURE RYK LoairrUla, KjN Where the QuicK Meal Comes In at GEHER & SON, M& ss tered the sacrament of confirmation to a class of twenty-seve- n eight boys, twelve girls and seven adults, five of the latter converts. At, 10 o'clock Rev. Father Boes sang the high mass, when the church wa3 taxed to its utmost, both Catholics attending. Bishop and O'Donaghue was accompanied by Rev. Fathor Driscoll and Messrs. William ..Spccht, Jr., and J. Montschj, Immediately after the mass the Bishop addresed the congregation, and all were very much Impressed by his words and the ceremony of the sacrament of conof firmation. the Benediction followed, Blessed Sacrament the Rev. Father Driscoll being the celebrant, which brought tho services non-Catho- lic m ntifmtiMtmtmitifi DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT ML a !i NONE PURER CALL NO. 467 L BEER NONE BETTER Autos and Taxis For Hire the pastor, takes this opportunity of thanking his many Louisville friends for their assistance at last week's card party, which was In every way a gratifying success. THEY OWE HIM DEBT. The Irish race in America will owe a debt of gratitude to Judge Charles li. Brown, ot the Municipal Court of Philadelphia, for his stinging rebue of a defendant on trial before' him who Is alleged to have adopted an Irish name though born a Hebrew. The case was In connection with the trial of the Mayor of Philadelphia and others on a Charge of murder, which was the outcome of a bitter political contest at the recent primaries, Judge Brown announced from the bench that Lieut. David B. Bennett, In command ot the police In the ward In which the murder occurred, and one of those held responsible for It, Is using an assumed name. Until the police commander proved that he had legally changed his name, the court declared, the Lieutenant In $10,000 ball, would be held pending tho outcome of the hearing, under the name 'or ''Steinberg, alias Bennett." "I only make that remark for this reason," said the Judge. "I note In my official career on this, bench and other courts wherein I sit, I am called upon to sit In judgment upon men who are Hebrews of the lowest type in the community, who adopt Irish names and are charged with offenses that an Irishman never in God's world could bo guilty of." LKSGO.V to a close. Rev. Father Boes, 1 Prompt "Delivery Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.! I SaCe0e18ett IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Lee Young Atttomobile Co. ACCESSORIES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. AUTOMOBILE JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef 2 jHl FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. IMIHHHWOHMII FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the treat .demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69, PHONES Cumfe. Piiene JIR BANN0N PIPE CO. J f West 191 Heme Phone 93 Co-adju- ief WIEDEMANN nrcoaroRATse IN SAVING. TllllllllllUHllHlliUIIMIMHIIMIill11MIHII ad I The purchase of Liberty bonds by young men and woen employed la stores and, factories may form SeM at all leading bars and safes. Renowned for parity, treagthtniiiislliataawr the aueleas of a competency in later life. To awn one will be the first ORtJBBR A DBUSER. Maaf;er, LouisvUk, Kr. lesson in "How to flare." BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught anci Bottled Beer. ... .,.. i3sCn: tJ W k ?. : At - SA V, fer ,JKjaXTTJCTBCVr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. . IRISH JMCE?BtIO-LKr- - RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find iti these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. : dc Xv Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Tear Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. ASK FOR GOLDKN AGS BRAND MACHINE DRIED i b A i a. i Cut-O- ff a MACARONI, ALL GROCERS. SPAGHETTI, NOODLES. AND BETTER TO EAT CLEANER THAN MEAT Geaad 10a PaebageM Nothing just as good. LOUISVILLE REND BRING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phone City 721 Accept'no substitutes. Cumberland Main 781 VJEOttiHB FKOVXDXKT ASSOCXAXZMT well-know- FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 410 Soatk Xigktk Street. Home Phone City 3998 CHIDE PARLOR H. W. ENGINEER Steam and Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND CONTRACTING LOUISVILLE, KY. NEWMAN B AX'S PLACE 1401 CEDAR STREET Bax Horan, Prop. Incorporated. n SLICED BACON wai organized by oltlMM to make AM Ready for Year Griddle Is the LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal pre erty at XXH8, LARD, SAUSAOB X.OWHST JEATM. Culcraan Bids., LODI9VILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferaoa. (iBoorporatKL) Both Phones, ZSSS. "fOUTHERN STAR" V m L M M - Jl ak MS mZjr 7 JH - C ' "ma W 18 sfeJQnMJPLl mmfflgfm ., Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS 10S SAM Z,. ROBERTSON FOR Homo Phono, City 2845 Prop. 421 EAST JEFFERSON STREET AUG. F. RATH, LOUISVILLE, KY. City 2038 Main 9363 BATH'S OAPE L. DRIES JOS. Proprietor FINE WINES AND LIQUORS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. Both Phones 2406 & WHITEHALL BUPPET JBJXvEIS JOS.East Walnut Street 803 WHY WE SHOULD BUY BONDS. MISSIONS AROUSE INTEREST. non-Cathol- ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK ria Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twcnty-slxt-h St. 4.SPHALT SHINGLES A SPBCIALTT Homo Phono Shawnee 368 toil West BroeAway, X.om1st1Us, gy. JOHN B. O'LEARY CO. aoerxxa, suxtjivxo, uvoxrnxa CONTRACTOR Homo Phone, City 1140 The missions for the Covington diocese by Father Sutton, C. P., have quite a little "interest aroused among both Catholics and Protestants. The mission given in n was well attended from beginning to end. Many people came overy night to learn the truth about the Catholic religion and tney eagerly accepted the books the missionary gave out after the serv ices, thus prolonging the effects of the mission. Father Sutton has published a very attractive little volume, "What Is a Catholic?" and gives a copy free of charge to every sincere Inquirer who is not of our faith but is interested in our teachings. PLATOFP & BUSH BDjJTAL, RAGS, IRON, SCRAP In Jellico likewise there was a Incorporated OLD BOTTLES, ETC. good a'ttendance and no doubt much GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND good resulted from the lucid and Paper Stock A Specialty BUILDERS 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET practical interpretation of Catholic Special Attention To Repair Work practice and dogma given Tiy the Bet. Market and Jefferson Estimates Cheerfully Furnished ' eloquent preacher. This week the LOUISVILLE, KY. OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. mission is going on in Plneville and it will 2543 FURNITURE CO. be is hoped that a like interest pre Phono BARRETT manifested there as at the New and Used HUBER'S BAKERY ceding missions. FURNITURE A very interesting CONFECTIONERY nart of the Stoves, Store and Office Fixtures mission is the question box and Wedding and Birthday Calces My everybody is anxious to hear as Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Specialty. Assorted Candles. many questions answered as pos120 East Market Street Two Stores sible, but many are afraid to put Phone City 3608 SQO E.' Walnut 745 E. Jefferson their questions in writing for feaT that they will expose their Ignor W. R. TISCHENDORF ance. Often Protestants get their OAMFIELD FRANK Catholic neighbors to place their LUMBER COD?ANY questions in the receptacle. CathSALOON olics on their nart often harm the We Keep Everything Dry efficiency of the question box by Johnson and Main Streets Fifteenth and Oak getting indignant about some question read out aloud and betraying Phones: City and South 1813 Phone City 4846 quite a little" ignorance "upon the part of the questioner, and by their unguarded remarks scare Prot i W'Efrfr'H-'M.M"Mi-I"M'estants away from this source of instruction 'rather than help the good cause. Another drawback tto ;i this work is to bo found in the fear of some Catholics that if they take any Trotestanta to the mission they might have their feelings hurt ; 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, by the missionary, a fear that is altogether unfounded In the case of Father Sutton, who is very kind i! and fatherly In bis ways, and it surely would take a very bigoted and Ignorant kind of a person to rKCOKTJBJS. find fault with his manner of hand' Climb. Main 2098-- a Home City 2008 X ling this delicate matter. CONDITION IMPROVED. l"M"H"M""H"H -W4' l"'Il'Hr'H -Mf't"i"fr'l - Adolph Rcutlingcr IN 8 U RANGE Jag and Bottlo Trado A Specialty TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST. PLATE GLASS Near Preston 123 SOUTH THIRi STREET - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Homo Phono, City 1533 Both Phones Automobile Repairing POULTRY FOOD AND SUPPLIES GEO. P. BREITENSTEIN MACHINE CO. Free Advico on Poultry and Engines, Pumps, Elevators and Pet Diseases General Machinery Repairs SHOP Promptly Attended To MARKET STREET 210 WEST 3 EAST MAUN ST. SHOP: Quick Delivery' Homo Phono City 6085 Phone City 6692 P. FREDERICKS H. PlatoftV. Prest s. I. Bush, Dealer In CAFE AND LIQUOR HOUSE HENRY 0. LATTER REUTLINGER ' 0 0. PIKE given In the Rev. SPLENDID Benevolent Activity Which Elicits the Admiration of Non-Catholics. CONGRESS AND CHAPIAINS. Congress at the last session failed to make provision for army chaplains in. numbers sufficient for the needs of the new army. The Senate in the closing hours passed a bill authorizing the appointment of army chaplains on the numerical basis one to every 1,200 men Instead of on tho regimental basis, as now provided by law. The present law authorizes only one chaplain for a regiment. This law was passed when a regiment consisted of 1,200 men. Now that the regi ments are composed of 3,600 men the inadequacy of the old regimental law Is clear. Tho Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and the Roman Catholics worked in conjunction for the bill establishing the rule of one chaplain to every 1,200 men. The bill did not specify that three chaplains should be assigned to a regiment, but left the assignment optional with tho Secretary of War, so that groups not organized into regiments might be provided for, and the chaplains placed where they were most needed. The church leaders stand as a unit for the Chamberlain bill passed by the Senate but not reached in tho House. Headquarters for FARM PROPXRT3T. Wall Paper and us about anything la real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We sell, buy and rent. sad Window Shades Made to Order. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 2517. Some Phone City 4464. - CITY Window Shades See AND T. B. YANN DAHIY COMPANY Phono City 2771 1NCORPORATBD 608-51- 0. T. THOMAS & CO. Cor-bi- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. REAL ESTATB 530 WEST JEFFERSON STREETI! Both Phones 4202 CHAS. ANSON Louisville, Ky. ENGRAVERS KNGRAVING COMPANX ARTISTS, ENGRAVBR8 BLBCTROTYPERS MH W. Maim St., LouisvlUe, Ky Hosse Phone City 6674 WM, AUGUSTUS HALLER'S PET Some Facts About Pope Bene- Successor to C. Molter 731-73- dict and Prisoners of War. Splendid Ameliorating Work of noly Father Has Bcnif itcd Sec.-Trea- BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Given Picnics and Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Phone City 4803 LAUNDRY AUTO AND REPAIR SHOP John McQuany, Prop. Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and 214-21- Thousands, I PROPOSALS WERE ACCEPTED . DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Funeral Directors BOTH The above is the title of .in in teresting appendix to a tract published by the Society of SS. Peter and Paul of London, publishers to the Church of England, which appeared but recently. The tract, entitled "No Small Stir." deals with the Papal appeal for peace. The appendix in question gives a very comprehensive and fair sum mary oi me Denevoieni activity or uui xxuiy i'uwiui uu jjuuuu ui ku nmnv nf iho tmfnrfunafo vtnflmo tf the war. "A proposal," It tells us, lts flfrv 4 Vin annnril ovnrian rrtx nt oners unfit for military service was mnrlA ,hv iTTIa iHnllnpsa tn th'A sov ereigns and heads of States of tho belligerent powers on December 31, 1914." All the governments- - ac- nonfnri hfiiirrh Just before Congress adjourned a large group of representative leaders of various denominations, both Catholic and Protestant, vis ited the President and Secretary of ARTISTIC PRINTING JACK SHERIDAN. War. presenting petitions from all denominations, asking the adminis ' FIRST CLASS WORK EAGLE CAFE AND POOL ROOM tration to do all in its power to hasten the desired legislation. Presi- Give This Office Your Next Order N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market dent Wilson received the delegation most cordially; . expressed his en 31TW. GREEN ST. Cumb7 Phone Main 2019 tire svmDathy with the alms or tne Telephone City 946 Home Phone City 2564 petition, and promised to give it J. G. PULLL1M WINE nOUSE Baker said he would do whatever HOLLENBACH'S he could properly to secure some MOVING AND PACKING Prop, Karl A. Hollenbach, action Immediately. The Senate Motor Truck Express Importer and Dealer in' acted; the House committee could PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY not be gotten together at that late AND LIQUORS WINES date. Thus tho matter must etana 231 West Green Street 144 South Third Street As the new until next December. v Home Phone City 9130 necessary if the religious Homo Phono 1191 law is to bo met, all needs of the army arc should lend their Influence and thus HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY secure its speeay enactment. COVINGTON. Rev. Thomas McCaffrey, pastor of St. Patrick's church at Covington, has been made a member of the DIVISION 3. HIS CUfCLUl UUVUilUUi Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of Repaired crete and Wrecking. 213 West Kentucky Street Phone 6593 404 S. Preston. Homo City 3000 Meyer Goldberg M. A. Goldberg GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. LOUISVHiLE AUTO PARTS CO. Incorporated A. Lazar, Manager 518 East Market Street Money Advanced on Your Plain Note We Carry All Kinds of Parts for Automobiles Write Us. 312 West Jefferson Street Highest Prlco Paid for (Second Floor) Old Automobiles Home Phone City 2967 Phone City 7798 M dCl.10U.iJ and Embalmers - gestlon into practice. "The Pope then took np the question of- in- vana ana wounaea prisoners, ana - nnf nil milt Tio aiiir- - In "M"nv 101 K. nnonpH -- ! I ,aate)ae4 A) GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL.JS. SMITH, PROP. point and on the way to recovery. Ho was taken ill three weeks ago, since when typhoid fever developed, and it will be some time before he will bo able to bo out. CHANCE TO REGISTER. Park Commissioner Ray Bizot, who has been critically ill at his home, 3409 West Broadway, is thought ito fliavo passed the danger Funeral Director and Embalmer I BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. J mimiTWHlTHHT''TWTTW FUNERAL DIRECTORS WVWrttitVViWWWWWWWWWWWWWWtWVttWmHtVWtt CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871.y HOME PHONE 88 Those voters who failed to register in Louisville on the regular days on account of sickness of themselves or members of their families, or who were prevented by absence from the city, will have another opportunity to get their names on the j registration lists on October 29, 30 and 31. The law requires that such registration be made by affidavit before the County Clork in his office. MACKIN CODNCIIi. On Tuesday evening, November 20, Mackin Council will entertain Its friends with a euchre and lotto at their club house. Many handsome prizes, will be awarded, and In addition to the euchre and lotto games other amusements will oe provided. The council invites all its friends to attend and assures J. J. BARRETT'S SONS AND EMBALMERS. 8S2 Ea.srfc JSKedbtx iSMnroet. jfovWWWlWVVtVbWfrVVVV The Frtmcteoan Order, or Friars Minor, was found-ain 1209 By St. Francis of Aaeiel. It was approved Funeral Directors verbilly in 12'10 toy Pope Innocent III., and confirmed in 1223 b.y Embalmers. Pope Honorlue III. The DomlnlcAn Order wag founded in 121B by St Dominic, and Approved in, 1216 by Pope Honorlua Telephone 10M. III. The Auirustinten Order was Pope "As Nw to You u fee Neafett Phose" founded by B. John Boh. Innocent approved It In 1224. The Betiediotlse Order m foundthe year TUNERAL FLOWERS ed about who died in S00 by St. Benedict, S43. The CMercten- Order fouaded In 1098, by St. Robert of Mioleeme, A Special Spray $3.09 and confirmed by Pope Cmlixtue la with the belligerent States with a Deing exview to sucn prisoners changed and Interned in neutral countries." Tho French, Swiss and German Governments accepted this proposal and as a result many thousands have been sheltered in Switzerland. "In 1915," we are told again, "the Pope made a further appeal in order that they should agree to allow the etrlct observance of Sunday rest for prisoners of war. All tho governments adhered to this proposal." As a further move to ameliorate the condition of prisoners we hear that: "In April, 1916, the Pope put forward a plan for inteminc In a neutral country, after the eighteen months' captivity, fathers of at least, three children." This suggestion was not accepted except m a temauve aau cspe..-mentway in a very few cases. Then "an 'omce in lavor oi prisoners of war' was opened in nnpornhpr. 1914. as a department under the Papal Secretary of State." The work or xnis aenaruneni ia iu make inquiry lor missing soiuiers and to conduct investigation into the condition of prisoners. "When reprisals on prisoners were threatened the Pope," we are told, "intervened by proposing to the various governments that they should abstain from all measures of this al First and third Fridays, HIbernlaa 0 portiana. Home, 1818-182- Citizens' Patriotic Committee, tho purpose of which is to stir up patriotism and encourage people to He was one aid the Government. of tho speakers at a public meeting In the Library Auditorium on October 24. In the city primary at Covington was last Saturday the highest yote Doncast for Commissioner Thomas nelly. Former Mayor George E. Phillips was also successful, and both are certain of election in November. They are well known in Louisville. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mai tin. Secretary John J. Financial Broderick. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Noono. Pat Begley. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, FORTY HOURS. Tho Forty Hocrs' devotions will in tako place at two, churchesClay this N.W. Cerner Feurth and and city nest week St John's, Twenty-seventh Walnut, and St. Charles, THE SIGN OF QUALITY and Chestnut They will itnmOITOW TTIftRB .nrltHi hlvh Highl'd 7413 morning and continue until Tues East 180 day. At tne evening services ouu-da-y KENTUCKY speand Monday there will bo LAUNDRY cial sermons.u CO. f Incorporated MANILA TO FRANCE. 014-02- Bertrand Hall,t Sixth street President Thomas Lynch. ' Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P McDonogh. teUmn Treasurer nan. Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dig-- J. McDermott GERMAN, BANK them an enjoyable evening, and at the same time they will help the worthy cause. MAKES SAFE TRD?. "aa raeards smrltual mat ters the Pope has recommended tO lOOK BISHOPS Slier i.ibu.ib. In tholr l!nr4PH. has se D visit camTW and has granted special powers to chap- an oion kiDd-- 2 " ..n la,n8-- " H.B0SSES0N and ORIGIN OF ORDERS. A m and Mrs. Ben Glldehaus, of 1508 East Elm street, New Albany, from their Bon, Everett Glldehus, who ha returned from France on the convoy boat Manhattan, which accompanied a. battleship across the water. The young man was employed at Richmond, where be enlisted and was placed In the coast guard service. His boat was detalned ibut one day in France before starting on the return trip ndhe This was the is now a Norfolk. nrst trip of young Glldehaus and he writes in glowing terms ot it. He has been made a petty officer since entering 'the convoy service. - letter hs been received by 'Mr, A SjwcUl Wreath $5.00 A test eese is now in the courts for the Oklahoma. Hw prohibiting the importation of mass wine. The ewse is unls.ua hi that one of the TRUJB TO JTIjAG. points inured is whether such a noma, Forty per oeni. of the yoasff men law out 'fee passed in territory segOO fourth Mm InfinMrj of sahMiouHMu w. T., vmo tmr en cured throturh the Louisiana1 purlisted Are nMfobm of at. Patrick's chase, under the terms of that We telegraph Flowere EY.erjnrliere and Holy Oon ofeorehee. de KMkoe, The Reformed Clatweieii, or Trappietc, dwte from by Abb 1119. TB8T CASE. 12, M m ma - i Nor did he overlook the materia as needs of these unfortunates, for, asthe tract informs us, "Material sistance lias been given in the form of provisions to iFrench prisoners, ot Christmas presents to Italians, of Raster presents to Auetrians and ot gifts distributed by the Apostolic Delegate at Constantinople to the French and other English prisoners in Turkey." Finally summing up a diversity of other Papal activities in behalf of the unfortunates ot the war we learn that "Inter alia, the Pope has frequently intervened on behalf of individual prisone with a view to their release or confinement in more suitable conditions, especially a regards health, has been Instrumental In establishing technical courses and libraries for students, and nas promoieu mo unrestricted exchange of priests, Surely this ta a splendid record of benevolent ettrity, which ellelts even the frank admiration of those, not ot our faith. It Justifies the hope, that when the longed-fo- r hour of peace has come he, the common Father of Christendom. wtU fee able to raise liW vole and 'fee hearrd (or a happier and more .secure- future. Xit ' pet-ha- f!. Kellv. 407 Underbill St. it Uk Albany.' cttTAet, New urf wHrs son, Sergt Geo. Dearborn have received from theto Battery Manager A. wiiiiom t? Tfftilv. of States Field ArSecond United PROUD RECORDS. tillery, a letter announcing his arrival at San Francisco from, Manila. More than 400 young men of the He sailed September 15, arriving St in San Francisco on October 9. Roman Catholic churoh. of enSergt. Kelly expects to leave soon Cecilia In New York City have listed In the army and navy. Much for France. of the credit of this record is given to Rev. Michael J. Phelan, the recMISS HOWARD'S WILL. tor, who Urns urged tho young men By the will of' Mies Mary How-o- to enlist each Sunday from the The Ohwch of the Immacnrnhaiod at Owensboro the pulpit Conception has placed a tabfirst Of 'the week, the bulk ot her ulate the vestibule which, contains estate Is bequeatned to at. atepnens let In of soldiera and sailors 180 and ot.,1 Paul's churches of that from names parish, and of the 180 that O'Danaru. St , ivuiuin rtc.Ti.lia money - only flr were drafted. be hue, of Loutoville. The queatned to xne amaap i iu u CONSISTORY. used In the education of young men v " wi Fifth and Market Sis. 'QUAKER MAID' INOORTMUTK) preparing for 'the priesthood. ps Chn&h Grocery Stores, The' Agenzla Volta unofficially announces that a consistory will Best For Less." probably be held late in November The Papal proT.i.i-1rfiunJmJnn ana nf .T. P. Cum- - or in December. Goods free anywhere allocution for within six delivered our stores. mdns, of Beectomont, left, Monday nouncement and the College blocks of of Carn this meeting of the for Fore 'moms to join xne Corps. His brottner, Drill Ser dinals is expected to be an ethical keys aa v are teat wes geant 8m B. cummins, is stauoaeo and .diplomatic move for peace. at Newport Newa, and will leave for rLUNKHTT HAS BntTBDAY. France later. JOINS AVIATION CORPS. 1 "ih at-tlo- m&tjjr.. - ar Sir Horaoe Flunkett, the noted Irish, leader and Chairman of the rvaAa Viaiimla. of floain. the convention that ie devtatng a sew only large European country not form of Government for the Emyean Isle, was sixty-tar- n effaced m tae war, oeteoraiea ner eraldWednesday. old thfrt&tto birthday Wednesday. QUMBN OF SPAIN. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE. IIS IT. a away, Xicrin, aft. CMitM er ssaiSL tks'XaveriM BretiMse. Peeartsswit. laiissi MejSall lase V. t . l, ii- - tv, yjffV' -- '. jKBxrcapXJOKrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED ixjsn COMING EVENTS. .ajsuxkrioai!. HERMAN STRAUS rouRTn AVENUE N? Seslal mU Msrd to OtteUBy laaosead by Aialsat BVBRY SATURDAY. Mah Amttletm Aivamum a4 CaHwHts HfeMUat, VMMg Maa'i Ort Iarttteta aaa QHfaotfe BteigMa of Aawrte. AMERICAN PrHNTING) CO., OWB DOLLAR PBK YEAR KENTUCKY IHIH ltptA, PuklMMTfl SINGLE COPY c St. V8CKIPT1N PRICK, BntT4 at tke U4rW AffesaiU CeiamacUttteH ( .? the KKttVCKY at iStttotf-Cta- M ftatte. 1 HUSH JUKNCAIMI9-2- WcK 8 DpWjC0UNc O nSVILLI, KY ELECTION, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27,1917 1917. will bo found engaged in an effort to blacken tho character of his companion In arms becauso of his religious belief, for these boys are men, real men, clean men, whoso hearts aro filled with charity and patriotism and a desire to live In accordance with tho teachings of tho church. And what a wonderful amount of good these young men can do by tho example they shall set, exclaims tho Catholic Union and Times. Good citizenship is what we need more than anything else at the NOVEMBER Tho funeral of Mrs. Bertha HIrth, wife of Benjamin Hirth, 1044 South Shelby street, was held Friday morning from St. Vincent de Paul's church, of which she had r'atner seibertz performing tho been a faithful member. Her death ceremony. Is mourned by all in tho neighbor- -' hood in which she resided. Councilman Thomas Marra and i his bride, who was Miss Cora Lang, Friday morning the funeral of havo returned from their wedding William Emmot. IipIovp.i son of nfra trip and have gone to housekeeping Mary Emmetsburger Bohlen and the at East Court avenue and Fulton late William liohlen, was hold from street, Jeffersonville, Holy Trinity church at St. MatTho Louisville Men's Federation e8S3tte$6e8Sssssss3s&8seKfo thews. He was eleven years old, has gone Into Texas for Its SecreWilliam T. Hammond, after and his death resulted from inMiss Ann Nell, of Frankfort, is spenaing me weeK-en- u tary. Loulsvlllo and Houston aro wiin nis par- juries sustained wnen ho fell from far apart, but that did not militate the guest of Mrs. John P. Hanley. ents, Mr. and Mrs- - W. H. Ham- a tree at hls homo at Lyndon. Tremendous Overcoat Sunday to mond, returned against thlo former Louisville ChrisHenry Besten has returned from Benjamin Harrison, whero he Fort Is a Joseph Blslg, who suffered a lintian church minister, who may and a ten. days' trip to Now York and member of the Officers' Reserve exhibit where there's a gering Illness, passed away Wednesmay not know more about local tho East. Corps. day morning at his homo on the happy choice for every conditions than thoso who have Brownsboro road. Surviving him Miss Beulah Kerr was the guest Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Welling- aro his widow, Mrs. Lula Blslg, spent all their time here. last week of Mis. Walter Fant at ton havo announced the engagechooser. Splendid overand four sons, George, Andrew, Leitchfiold. ment of their daughter, Miss Orvlllo Louis and Mathlas Blslg. His fuDivorces and separations in EngWellington, to Frank Edward neral takes place this morning Mae coat fabrics, styles in Thirty-sixt- h land havo become appalling. They Mrs. Samuel J. Dant has been Lally, of Paducah. District Charles H. The wedding hen Knight. Miss will take place the latter part of from Holy Trinity church at St. cousin, Having heord nothing lately of have led to such a vast amount of entertaining Matthews, of which he was a re many variations, and District William A. that proposed Irish race convention Immorality that there aro a number Camilla Rapier, of New Haven. November. spected member. Perry. which was to be held in New York, of divorce bills now before ParliaMr1, and Mrs. Thomas J. Duffy values that continue to Representatives : Miss Mrs. G. W. Leahy and forty-si- x D. McRohan, John h H. tho True Voice thus expresses Itself: ment Tfto English law has one are home from French Lick Springs, Frances Shanley gave an informal years District John last "Several weeks ago wo warned our standard for women, and another, where they spent several weeks. Dr'escher. add to our value-givin- g linen shower on Wednesday after- Fridayold, died of heart trouble and night at Sts. Mary Forty-fiftDistrict Geo. B. Barrett. readers that it was promoted by very lax and unjust, for men. noon in honor of Miss Eleanor following an Mrs. W. M. Casper and Httlo son, Forty-sixtDistrict B. . C. of Fairfield, Tho invita- Elizabeth Hospital men who woro not safe leaders of fame. pf Brandenburg, arrived last week of months. For tions were limited to the friends of Illness past three was engaged Insome of tho for a visit to Louisville relatives. flag is a symbol Our time he the h J. Irishmen. Since that, time have District William tho guest of honor. insurance business and was well como the Dovoy, O'Leary beauty of tho nation. It has no Kuh. Up. $15 .iait. revelations Cohalan,amply proved 'Beknown throughout the city. Mrs. T. J. Cunning has returned In Its composition. It C. h District Brent whiah tho materialism The marrlago of Mrs. Mary A. sides his widow, Mrs. Florence from Georgetown, whore she had Galmarl, formerly of New York, unwisdom of trusting to such lead ds not so valuable for What it gives been the guest of Mrs. Fifty-firs- t R. W. and Sergeant Edward C. Benway, Clancy McRohan, 'he leaves his parM. William District ers. Wo believe the race conven as for what it asks. When tho flag Porter. McDuffj'. now at Camp Taylor, was quietly ents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rohan, Sr.: three sisters, Mrs. Peter Park Commissioners Louis Seelbach, tion idea is dead. If it is not it passes tho place fon a real Amori at Terry, of Paris; Mrs. Teddy Mlne-hasolemnized Tuesday afternoon Miss Mildred Darmody, who was 4 o'clock at the Cathedral Daniel F. Murphy and John B. should bo killed ot once. Irishmen can's hat is over his heart. ot Lexington, and Mrs. John the guest of Miss Corlnno Mazzonl, Assumption, the Rev. Father of the P. M. nothing to do with alleged want Lavln, and Magistrate: Nine more Kentucky coal com- left Tuesday for her home in The attend- brothers, of Maysvllle, William three Rock officiating. J. friends of Irish freedom Who are McJames and First District Hugo Sehuttz. ants were Miss Elizabeth Doyle and Rohan, of Carlisle, and Thomas panies were incorporated under thd Third and Market dlsloyol to America." Second District Phil. T. German. Qulnn. Tho KenBtato law last week. McRohan, ot Mt. Sterling. His fu- -' Mrs. Charles Casperke has been Sergeant Alfred T. J. Third District M. J. Smith. tucky operators, woro they willing, spending a week as the guest of Fifth District Ben Sehulman. MICE HUNG JURY. Wednesday morning the marriage neral mass was attended by a large Seventh District John J. O'Brien. coal for several Mr. and Mrs. George Casperko at ot Miss Marie Isert and Shelley number of sorrowing friends. could furnish Eighth District J,ohn M. Adams. Brandenburg. In reference to tho important States. Schuster, both well known young LISTEN Product! of ana Mine Havo Doubled rami, ractory RECEIVES OVATION. Constable: In Price But Louis. meeting of Irish representatives of at Z Am Selling1 At the Old Price. Miss Margaret Leonard, who was people, was solemnized The St. Second District J. C. Larkln. nrme is Bertrand's FIRST AMERICAN SAINT. the guest of Miss Irene Gilhooly In the daughterchurch. Ono of the pleasing features of Third District Charles M. Rat ell ft all classes religious, political and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jeffersonville. has returned to her Isert and is aofcharming girl. Mr. tho . local Democratic campaign Is Fifth District Wm. R. Stoltenkamp. provincial now (being held in IreanCablo being received Sixth District John II. Meyer. to agree upon some plan for nounce dispatches from Rome Pope home at Madison. the big land Schuster Is a son of John J. Schus- nightly byovations Sam Robertson, that our Holy Father Eighth District Harry Catlett. Senator home rule agreeable to all parties, Benedict XV. has granted a plenary ter, of the City Tax Receiver's ofAmong the Louisville people in County Commissioners Charles Sheriff, and A PUBS NATURAL X.EAT SMOXXHCt recent candidate TOBACCO but not final until It meets tho ap- Indulgence to all American Cath- Now York tho last week were B. J. fice. The happy couple have gone his addresses have for Scholtz, Jr., Robert W. Bingham, stirred tho boys to Atlanta, where they will mako THE PIPE LOVERS DELIGHT Cox, Jr. proval of the English Parliament, olics who, during tho year ending and R. G. Lammors, J. A. Donsoy Uko no other In tho trenches A dellciously rich, their home for tho future. AugUBt a novena speaker. Senator Robertson has flavor. A grcwd burner. natural cIbot which approval Is problematical, in honor30, 1918, mako Lima, tho and A. W. Liefer. Direct of St, Rose of producer to consumer. Guaranteed from pure A REAL MENACE. shown that ho is a Democrat of the from all adulterations. judging by past experience, it first American saint, tho third cenTURNED INTO OVATION. To all parts F, H. Lausberg was a visitor in goes without e kind and it might be interesting to know that tenary of whoso death closes on New York City last week, and eaylnc that his future career will by parcel post, prepaid, With all due respect to tho day. In addition a partial while not seeing the sights was at Rev. Gerald C. Treacy, S. J., bo closely watcfied by tho Demoruling in barring the Socialist a very similar convention of repre- that Indulgence of 300 days may bo the Grand Hotel. gives in a recent article an inci cratic voters. publications from sentative Irishmen was held In gained on each day of the novena. and 100 pounds, p: O. B. Owcnsboro. Ky dent which Illustrates the change by freight or express, $30.00 the mails, why not take tho same Dublin In 1869, though rnot called This great and unusual privilege Is Mr. and Mrs. George McConnell which takes place in men's attitude IRISH BOX PARTY. together, as It was at tho present extended to American Catholics visited at West Point the past steps in excluding the things Catholic when they beonly, Blnce St. Rose ds not only tho week, and were guests of Mr. and to Division 3, A. O. H., had a well A. P. A. sheet, tho Menace? in time, by tho Prime Minister of Qrst American1 saint, but also tho Mrs. Edward Hardy. come enlightened as to tho truth. England, and that home rule, on special protectress attended meeting on Friday night every issue it attacks tho patriotism America, of The Jesuit iFather says: SORGHUM "There is an interesting incident of last week, when it was decided of Catholics and seeks to start a motion of Sir Isaac Butt, M. P., was declared such by Pope Clement X. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. EXTBA rANCT NEW In connection with the return of to introduce a new and novel enterput before tho assembly and voted in 1671. The novena can be made havo returned from their religious war, which is contrary to Pure In private, although It is anticipated tho Sisters of Mercy to England. tainment feature for tho members Short and unadulterated Tablo Syrup. aro at Rush tho wishes of President Wilson ana unanimously. Tho homo rule idea that tho American hierarchy, sec- 362 6 trip andChestnut. their home at Tho 'Guards' on their return were of tho order in this city. On next once. Crop. sorghum yourof order In at Is West Our a standard iRlley accompanied by some of tho Sisters, Vrldav nlcht President John tho Government heads, who want a was planted there and has been onding tho wishes of tho Holy In a very few vicinities which Committee will Eroduced sandy produces gaining strength ever since until Father, will order a public celdba-tio-n and when they disembarked the and the Literary party, a unique a sUDerlor irolden soil thatand mild George Mandlehr and bride, who united front against tho common color of tho regi hava an Irish box in and its evey ot this auspicious event cuoy as Mis3 Irene Davidson, have re commanding officer enemy. Barring the Menace from the blight of Belfast pre llavor. Shipments will commence about form of amusement that will parish of their respective Sisters turned from their wedding trip and ment asked the walking to share sent somd agreeable surprises. All uctoocr lb i. the mails would bo a step in tho Orangemen with tho usual English ceses. at the PUT UP ON THE rASH IN are at home to friends in Clifton. tho triumph by money macro backing them, right direction. head of the column from the wharf Hibernians will receive a cordial No. 3 Sealed Cam 34 per Caie $7.30 It will take place in tne Along tho lino of welcome. course unanimity Impossible. Of WHERE IRELAND STANDS Clarence McCann, who undenvent to the barracks. Top Hibernian Home, Eighteenth ana 6 No. 10 Friction$8.00 PalU per Cass tholr every uprising of tho Irish nation ARE PATRIOTS ALIi. a Surgical operation at St. An march the crowds showedproved dis- Portland avenue. too 8 No. 10 Prlctlon Top Palls per Cai While there has been much said thony's Hospital, has returned to approval by hooting. It past century had for its obin the 8.00 much for the troops, and ono solabout recognizing the rights of Without any question all tho ject Deer Park Savo freight by ordering an eight but if Eng- small nations in Europe when the his homo inrecovered. and will bo dier broke ranks and called upon UNUSUAL FEATURE. soon fully case as freight will not cost young men who arc now In tho bucket his fellows to defend tho ladles who any moro than freight for six bucket land means to .act honestly In tho war ends, many have overlooked ranks of our great army are present Instance and with tho Ireland's right to home rule and so faithfully by their An unusual feature at mass on cases. Mr. and Mrs. John Hagan ar- had stood 90a per trallon 1b Barrel such, how- Catholic Advance we havo our mispatriots. Therefore we re- rived here the past week and. will dvlnir comrades in arms. The regi a recent Sunday In tho Church of 55Isand 60 lots, at barrel, r. o. B. Brooklyn, was the slgnt fftlloa ever, are the Catholic youths who givings tho conference will dis produce tho following figures, giv- mako Louisville their future home. ment to a man brought their guns st Paul. priests at the altar who Owessboro, Xawevillo, Hartford, and The of three to the old 'fire' position leltchfleld, Zeataoky. of the havo left their 'homes to take up cover some way out. Like a jury in ing the population and areaEurope, In Now Haven their many friends Colonel stepped between the troops were converts to the faith. The T WHITE POR PRXCBS nine smaller countries of regret their departure. was the ReY. the right. arms In defense of ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO and tho people, and in a few words celebrant of tho mass the a law case, they are so long at it taken from sufferings William Atwator, who was ordained These boys, like many of their that it looks like a hung jury. Atlas: Mrs. William Truedeau, who has told of the labors and Population, Sq. Miles been ill at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth these women in black had under- to the priesthood recently by Car-fathers in the 60s, havo left tho vrinv. Father Atwater. Bulgaria 4,284,844 38,080 Hospital, is now convalescing and o.nn. tnr ha mon at thn front. Tho .iinai Xaottavllle, Xeatncky study offices and the workshops, they WHERE BANGER LURKS. Portugal 5,423,132 35,500 will soon be able to return to her hooting then turned to cheering, wno beagn six years ago tobecame Make all P. O. Money Orders on they Phllpot, Ky. have left the student halls, and as tho regiment continued Its for the Episcopal ministry, 32360 home on Thirty-nint- h Ireland street. 4,381,951 The approach of winter brings Greece march tho Sisters shared In tho a convert to tho Catholic raun .... 2,631,952 25,014 have set aside for the time being about a year later. Rev. William LAHOKATORY DEDICATION. 18,630 2,688,025 jj'ranK. JUCAUime, wno was nere ovation." their professions and have donned with it problems affecting tho moral Servla Jurney, deacon of the mass, was 15,976' for a week-en- d visit to his parents, ot their ceuntry and conditions of large cities which are Switzerland .. 3,741,971 the uniform some time ago a curato at the Tho dedication ot tho new Mar2,775,096 15,582 Mr. and Mrs. F. J. 'McAuliffe, CresWILL TAKE REST. difficult of solution, None is so Denmark have cast their lot with their Protestant Episcopal Church of St. quis Maloney Chemical Laboratory 12,648 cent Hill, has returned to Fort BenNetherlands .. 5,858,175 11,373 jamin Harrison, near Indianapolis. 7,451,903 ia answer to the call of apparent as the public dance hall. Belgium Edward McDermott, who for more Paul, Brooklyn. He was ordained at tho Catholic University In Washine years was Superln- - about a year ago in Rome, These figures show that Ireland than thirty-fiv- e the nation. Here w have the real In it lurks gravest danger. Indoor take place about Noi the o Rev. Charles ington will following of Lexington, temlent f ttoe machine .shop at the Ambrose Geary, Liberty." No maa ireersatlonu, eapeelally ttoose which stands third in area and .fourth in "Guardians ot the vember 15, re- - uamuuu, population, wad occupies more ter after spending the week-en- d as the ear works in jeaersonviiie, u """"- -later be-- of the Board of Directors meeting of the unooc tfcam will be tetrad to be a are iadlserlmliwtdy public, demand ritory titan either Belgium, Switaer- - guest ot Mr, aad Mrs. Sam Mengel, algaed. For the present he win episcopal mimsiry and university. eomielwUew Not a tmmtS the 'He elowwt aad ad, Denmark or Hollaad tmitor. has returned to tha Officers' Re--1 sot seek a ipcsltioa, but will rest, came a Catholic While tho democratic idea did not inspire those who' forced the war upon the world, oven they must now realize that they have achieved a result they little dreamed of when the war 'began. The Franco- Prussian war gave us the French republic. Out of this war has come tho great republic of Russia, and while an independent Poland was not even thought of In 1014 it Is almost Inevitable as tho war draws to a close. World upheavals produce great changes. At the beginning of the war autocracies boasted County Cleric P. S. Ray. that they would crush the email Sheriff Wm. T. McNally. nations. Instead we find the rights County Assessor Allen B. Smith. of small nations vindicated, "but not Coroner Dr. Ellis Duncan. County Surveyor J. Itussell Gaines. yet for Ireland. Jailer Charles C. Foster. State Senators: MUST BE DEAD. e; City Tax Receiver Ailolph Schmltt. City Treasurer Frank Dacher. City Auditor Phil. T. Allln. Aldermen Sanford Vaughan, C. W. Schmltt, U. J. Campbell, Jr., James B. Camp, Fred Leezer, John M. Clifford, Wm. F. Mayer, J. J. Campion, It. Guy Paker, It. B. Gilbert, A- - "W. Kramer nd James Treasy. Councllmen First "Ward, Topo and Johnson; Second Ward, Spleth and Karst; Third "Ward, Booher and Klap-hekFourth Ward, King and Elch- horn; Fifth Ward, Garvoy and FrmiKle; Sixth Ward, Norton and Leone; Seventh Ward, Parker and Lawrence; Klghth Ward, Morrow and Whlto; Ninth Ward, Mueller and Coleman; Tenth Ward, Ettenson and Wright; Eleventh Ward, Flnegan and Veazy; Twelfth Ward, Whltty and Walker. County Judge Loralne Mix. County Attorney A. Scott Bullitt. present moment and these young men know what good citizenship Is, what it demands. Tho good citizen Is tho clean cltlzon. The real Holy Name man is naturally a good citizen. Thousands of these young soldiers of ours aro Holy Namo men. They will not stoop ito profanity; they will not permit the tolling of a ribald story in their VOTE THE STRAIGHT presence without uttering very strenuous objection. That is their duty and they know it well. These soldiers in tho camps can easily prove by their actions and by their devotion to the cause that America has nothing to fear from tho Catholic church. Indeed, they can Mayor Charles J.' Cronan. demonstrates that itho church is Pollco Judge Sam. J. Boldrlck. Prosecuting Attorney Nathan Kahn. tho greatest barrier imaginable Clerk of tho Tollco Court Clay against anarchy and revolution and Hall. Bailiff of tho Pollco Court Thomas everything that makes for the destruction of law and order. II. Gunther. " Democratic Ticket PRODUCE GREAT CHANGES. There's a little crowd we hear about That forms the knockers' clique, They shout and yell and scream aloud And try to turn a trick, And would our city's pride defame, "WORDS FROM IKXME. Your town and my town you know it's all the same. Many have spent some needed time on puzzling over why there Is They smear the namo of Loulsvlllo so much mystery of place and proWith yellow sheets and books, ceedings as It effects- - tho soldier That tell of lawless men and dives And gambling dens and crooks, boys. We are told that our soldier And give our town a rotten name, aro being passed on to France Your town and my town you know boys rapidly. We are cautioned to write it's all tho same. very lightly to our soldiers and a grand Jury sitting cheer them by assuming a gayety We havereturns indictments, too, That wo do not feel. We hear from And if the knockers know so well some of the camps that tho men That all they say is true, aro sad and spend the nights weep- Then rid our town of guilt and blame, ing, so unaccustomed aro they to Your town and my town you know camp life. All this is natural, but It's all the same. tho exclusion from one's letters of all lovo and pity makes tho soldier This Httlo bunch of knockers That cuss us, one the moro gloomy. A little mother- Are just a bunch ofand all, ing and loving goes a long way That want tho City Hall, toward lifting burdens of gloom To clean tho town, they say, of shamo, from the souls of tho absent boys. you know my The boys may cry over a home let- Your town and tho town same. It's all moro ter, but it will probably bo Uko tears of joy, and tho more Would you have this bunch of knockers affectionate and zealous the letters the City they will seem to OrTo fill you havo aHall, of men aro the better sot would tho boys, and the gloomiest day will Who boost and work for all, assume a warmth like summer to And give our town a fairer name, them, so cheery will seem tho lov- Your town and my town you know it's all tho same. ing words from home. You know this bunch of knockers PUT TO SHAME. Will hammer day and night, And just so long as tlmo shall be several Protestant sects While Until November's fight, have been compelled to take action For then our town will know their game, against tho disloyal utterances of you know my their ministers one has called on Your town and the town same. It's all Bishop to resign becauso of his a attitude toward tho war the papers That's why we'll vote the ticket straight publish and commend the letter of For Cronan Cardinal Gibbons to the President And show tho and the rest, knockers once for Thoso who recently questioned tho all loyalty of tho Catholics of this That knocking is a pest, country are now put to shame. But boosting brings our city fame, Some of them showed themselves to Your town and my town you know it's all the same. bo anything but loyal when the test Albert Nisbot. Tom Watson, Roy Crano came. and several other professional agitators have been in 8 conflict with the Government lately. office-seekers anti-Cathol- ic surveillance. Objectlonablo dances, which are suggestive of Indecency, should De Btrictiy proniDiiea. uin- cora of the law should see to It that hygienic conditions In tho assembly halls utilized as places for public amusement should be In conformity . with the law. Close attention should bo paid to the character The of those who arc admitted. hoodlum and rowdy should be excluded and every precaution taken to prevent lawlessness such as un- fortunately has characterized these places in tho past. At best tho public dance hall Is a dangerous thing. If It must bo maintained it should bo preserved as clean as Is possible. 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