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Kentucky Irish American: November 3, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917110301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 3, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. j SMOKE, 1 "',9 v A j' TARPY'S Lady Daih 10c Liltle A. J. 5c Bttt Cigars Made VOLUME XXXIX. Kentucky Irish NO. 18. 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The above quotation is from page 43 of "The Church of Rome in American Politics," the chief campaign document Issued and now being circulated by 'the "Guardians of Liberty." Every bigot pretends to bo patriotic. In his opinion bigotry Is the principal ingredient In true Americanism. Nothing could bo farther from the Tho Americanism that does not accord equal liberty to every citizen, whether ho be Protestant, Catholic, or is a fraud. Unless each' citizen is free to accept the church of his choice, RETAIN and exercise ALL his civil and political rights, religious llbeity becomes a non-Catho- lic oft .his pelitietl head, or burn him at tHe stake. kA. peiftteitl thumbscrew is just as m the kind our gentle ancestors employed a few Votaries ago as a means of forcing peoplo to jjgree with them In politics and religion. ;A, P. AIsm is tho antithesis of Americanism. would recall the spirit of- - persecution from tho ave, turn backward tho dial of Progress and peat the horrors of tho past. Opposition to its purpose and principles is the highest duty of tho Methods change, but principles are eternal. The modern bigot substitutes the business boycott for the ancient thumbscrew. In place of cutting off the Innocent ears of Catholics, he denies them political rights. He can not place their feet in teeks, but would organize a secret conspiracy to frevent any Catholic from holding public office. .These bigots employ tho poisoned dagger of the character assassin. They disjoint their victims on racks of suspicion and islander. Ki'Vhe principle is unchanged. The design Is tho same compulsion, Instead of persuasion, punish-Mt- it In lieu of logic. Is tThe crusade against Catholicity to the result of prejudice. It is a real menace free lnstitu--ttesIn their efforts to punish Catholics of Liberty" go as far as they dare. .What their methods lack In brutality they make . p 'in the refinement of cruelty. V Tho infliction of punishment because of a difference of opinion is, a relic of barbarism. It Us and infamous regardless of tho Nothing could be farther .iðods employed. fr()m the splrlt of truo Americanism than tho programme and principles of the "Guardians or Liberty." Not only do they Inflict punishment upon the Innocent, which is damnable, but their press and professional agitators coin the agony of their victims into gold. The fact that they 'rUnr In an oh wnrlr in nronf of total denravltv. I Theso "Guardians of Liberty" condemn Cath- ufac unheard, pass judgment in secret and inflict iifunlehment in the night. At tho same time they as patriots, pretend to lovo llborty and defend virtue and purity. Peoplo are deceived by the mak thpv wear. In ripping this mask from 'TCI brutal faco of Bigotry, I not only hopo to vWdicato its victims, but also render a lasting vico to our common country ana neip preserve heritage of free institutions. e. s J true patriot. CklgsMgssssgsSiffgssssssssI wii; HbbbbbbbKx '('bbbsxsssbsssswbbbbbbbIb Bf v ' "MBkIAv Lbbbv JgssGtl lBjBbMKL mML .HBK! jBW drWvlBBBUXwPH IB JvftMiKSv&SBlAlHfl HHIfliH IB'BB EtB t gssH truth. TRIAL IN A sentry with off during the trial of the two. They were charged with high treason, fraud and breach or trust. Tno former Minister of War was sen- - PETROGRAD fixed bayonet OF GEN. SUKHOMLINOFF. guarding Gen. and Mrs. Suhhoinlln- - tenced to hard labor for life. GOVERNOR Should Take Notice of the Many Camplaints Against Judge .Greene. Grcenc-Woodro- ff ' Combination Detrimental to Republican 1 ' Hopes. The Herald Called to Account by Missouri Republican Advocate. A CRONAN STRONG CANDIDATE speaker of the evening at the closing xally of the Democratic party tonight at Macauley's Theater, and it would be but tfitting on tho Governor's part, after hearing tho denunciations of Attorney A. J. Carroll, Judge Bingham, Loraine Attorney General Mix, Assistant Morris and others, to announce to his audience tonight that if the proper steps bo taken he would remove Judge Green from the bench, this would be a and popular move just now and a step that would insure peace and quiet anyway until his successor takes his seat. In the courts tho other day it was asserted and not disproves that Greene had allowed the county police to serve as henchmen f tho local Republican machine, and It developed that a police mob ef 250 or more was planned by Greene and his Republican associates. This incentive to riot has aroused the indignation of all citizens regardless ot their political fealty. Gov. Stanley went on record last year as being a bitter opponent of mobs and mob rule and It would be fitting that he should Greene before he obtains an epportunlty to carry out further plane of political vengeance at the expense and detriment of the general public. The expose or ureene ana woou-rutt- n combination with the machine has put the final snietus on these two in further public life, and one Bpeaker at the Democratic rally voiced the statement made in the Kentucky Irish after the American before and primary, and that was there was never a time that Greene stood a efaance of defeating Loraine Mix, and with Mix out of the way he would have been soft picking for Squire Wheeler. Woodruffs case wm the same; he finished third in race 'a in the 'primary and was never a contender. Both Greene and Woodruff's best the friends will tell them that and tw mystery to all is 'why these seem to vent their spleen on the Democratic organization, which is not responsible for their defeat, due t the their defeat being solely Democratic rank and file of the (F party, with whom neither was a favorite. Harassing the Democratic party now by moving polling places swear m to and threatening election Searcy's "hH billies" day reminds one of a spoiled child who takes her doll and goes home If she can't be "king Vha poor old Louisville Jlerald to 'having the past tew weeks of the political out on a campaign. starting 1 beoUr than thou" platform it was half oX.the Republicans, given a setbaekv ft the Rom. the nominee for Sheriff, ami Ms. only put np a weak defence In Misbehalf, tor which the HeraW take me souri press associate HeraM to task to its lateat Itnae as "The Republican iwspa-ErVth- e Herald, ha. been frightonly weak ened Into a outrage protest (the Ross hv oKent). refusing to print Ross' m full statement because a Aort ago a big libel suit lor SM0.000 re-na- ve -- Gov. Stanley will toe the leading damage was instituted by Cronan, candidate for Mayor, which is now hanging fire' until after election." Many think the Herald should inform its fellow Republican booster from Aurora that if the Ross indictment was so weak as claimed that the Republican nominee for Sheriff should have stood trial before election and cleared himself with the public at large. Although not much in touch with Louisville and its affairs the Herald gives promise of doing better, in a news article last week referring to "Allen E. Smith, our present County Assessor," which Is a little premature but the truth just the same. One surprising feature in the present campaign is the wonderful personal strength being shown by Mr. Cronan, tho Democratic nom- -' inee for Mayor, many Independents and Republicans among tho better class waiving party lines In his behalf, and it Id now realized that as a standard-bearhe is-- one of the Democratic party's best assets. He should carry every ward in the city except tho negro TeaUv.&Hd have a ' comfortable majority of 5,500 to 3,000, whlcn is large considering the decline in the registration of former years. Another factor in the strength of the ticket is that it contains nominees like Scott Bullitt, Loraine Mix, Nathan Kahn, Adolph Schmltt, Frank Dacher, Allen E. Smith, Russell Gaines, Charles Poster, Charles Knight, Ben Schulman, John O'Brien, Will Perry and others. er The man who makes a candidate's religious faith a test of his fitness for office taints his own as a Judas Americanism and stands to Liberty. When a man is permitted to select his creed, but is denied certain civil and political rights because of his choice, he ceases to be free. It Is not necssary to endorse tho other man's religious creed to defend his rights. Tho writer is neither Catholic nor Methodist, but he maintains that Methodists and Catholics aro entitled to EQUAL rights. The right to choose MY religious creed im- plies tho right to reject yours. If because I happen to bo with the majority, I can PENALIZE YOU becauso of a difference in faith, then when YOU have power you can PUNISH me for the same reason. The only way to protect our own liberty is to defend tho rights of each other. Thus we insure freedom to tho free. To oppose or defeat a citizen for public office becauso he is a Catholic, or a Protestant, is open, brazen, doubledyed treason to tho principles upon which this republic was founded. Calling one's self a! "Guardian of. Liberty" can not convert a Benedict Arnold into a .iu.ii.wi. Henry, The spirit of bigotry would PUNISH a man for refusing to conform to certain religious ideas. Tho principle is the same whether you cut self-convict- fiction. armies. GERMANS FEAR FLANDERS ROUT. Map showing commanding Dosltions now npcnntnri hv fh -- aihj . Answer to Menace and A. P. A. election follow- era who are introducing bigotry in local political campaign: Catholics 44 VALERA IS LEADER. The Sinn Fein conference at its session Friday night in Dublin decided that tho members of tho organization should be trained in the use of arms, although this will not bo compulsory. Tho conference promised that the Provisional Government should be established with- sWamps, marched through tho wilderness, prayed, together settled egb suffered, and their dust lies mingled upon the foreate, drained, $sbrery battlefield of that desperate war. And tho swamps and plowed the land. They fought when peace was "come together they set about augemer m uiu uaiues 01 iuu nevuiuuuu. auuj neapAfiil pursuits. Whv can they not preserve stood side by side In the conventions and conthat tvoaro among themselves in the spirit of Him gresses that secured tho liberties of tho peoplo. who living and dying enjoined upon all men to men to "Love one another?" Why should they now suffer betray them Into hatred for one another? , The American constitution and tho constitutions When America outgrew her Colonial limits of each State guarantee liberty of belief and Catholics and Protestants In joint Catholics and Protestants, side by side, faced the worship. toll and danger of pioneer life. Stato after State assembly wrote these guarantees. Why now listen was carved out of the great West. City after to tho designing men who try to violate them? Today In every section of tho land, in every city arose. Railroads crossed the broad wastes Cathand bridges spanned tho deop streams. And all city and township, In almost every hamlet, neighwas the joint work of Catholics and Protestants. olics and Protestants aro living together as There is no Stato but whore they live together, bors and friends. Why permit this friendly relado business together, vote together; no city but tion to be disturbed by uncharitable, appeals to prejudice, passion whore their church3 together lift their spires and toward tho eamo heaven; no railroad, telegraph, and express and hardly a, mill, factory or mine but Tomorrow, as today, and for generations to where their moneys and their Interests are joined come, Catholics and Protestants must live tohand in hand. Then why should Catholics and gether as neighbors. Shall It not be also as Protestants not continue to live together In peace? friends? and Protestants Awerka-Toae4barthey..Jaself-seeki- ng great 'JWhen America was convulsed with a shoul- stood T11 war. Catholics and Protestants '4er to shoulder. Together they camped in tho instructions and a time would be set that was most convenlnnt for tho soldier boys. It was also announced that Thursday, November 1, being All Saints' day and a holy day of obligation, mass would bo celebrated at 6 o'clock Bharp. On next Sunday at the 9 o'clock Two Views of tho Convention mass at the Auditorium there will and What Its Work be a special musical programme rendered by tho choir from St. Mary Portends. Maedalen's church, with a. ham and violin solo. This choir has the reputation of being the best In tho city and the boys look forward with a great deal of pleasure to hearing Protestant Bishop Urges That mem, Discontent Is a Serious Father E. A. Baxter and the soMenace. dality of girls from St. Louis church are arranging to equip one of tho rooms In K. of C. building No. 2, near tho base hospital, whero the Blessed Sacrament Cork Examiner Hopes Findings can be reserved. This Is being done Will Accord With Irish. so that in case of serious illness Ideals. can be obthe Blessed Sacrament tained without the delay of going Into Louisville. .On Friday afternoon there was a meeting of all of the chaplains at SPIRIT OF CONCILIATION GROWS PnTviri 7Ijir.hn.rv Tuvlnr. at which the following were present: Chaplain E. IRELAND f Ber-trand- 'a Infantry; Chaplain A. J. Rawllnson, 325th Field Artillery; Chaplain W. E. McPheeters, 331th Regiment of Infantry; Chaplain L. B. English, 33Cth Regiment of Infantry; Chaplain R. N. Cloyd, 327th Field Artillery. Chaplain Mahoney, being tho senior chaplain at Camp Zach-ar- y Taylor, was elected Chairman. The meeting was called to consider ways and means of handling tho spiritual and Tecreatlonal work by tha phfinlains at tho camn. The next meeting was hold on Friday at 2 p. m. in the Y. m, j. a. ouiiaing 153. whn Tmllnnn. hova made No. 2 building their headquarters for re ana many nine ceiving visitors groups gathered there to enjoy some home-cooke- d 's Searcy-Chilto- three-corner- ed '' out delay. It adopted a provisional constitution aimed at securing the bus and the Young Men's Christian International recognition of Ireland which also has GovAssociation, as an independent republic and proernment recognition as the repreviding for the convocation of a bodies. sentative of tho constitutional assembly. At Friday's "This work is entirely new to Valera, session Prof. Edward de the Knights of Columbus, their for East momber of Parliament regular work being In an entirely Clare, who was referred to in the The channel. House of Commons recently as hav- Knights of Columbus Receive different never felt the needCatholic of an church ing been Inciting rebellion in IrelHigh Praise From Texas organization similar to the Y. M. and', was elected President of the C. A. for the reason that the social Newspaper. conference after Count Plunkett and life of its young men is supplied Arthur Griffith, who also were nomthrough other organizations, and In aninated, had withdrawn. the average Catholic young man nouncing that Prof, de Valera had no other hpn fleeted unanimously, Griffith The Beaumont Enterprise Gives needschurchorganization keep him than in itaelf to the said the Sinn Feiners now had at This close touch with religion. Expression to Remarktheir head a statesman as well as difwar work is something entirely a soldier. Resolutions were adoptable Truth. ferent, and the burden of seeing it and "restitution ed demanding through was shouldered by the reparation from England" and urgKnights ot Columbus when its need ing Irish trade unions to sever rewas felt on. the Mexican border last lations with English unions. Prof, Catholic Church Keeiw Its Men year. de Valera's sneech to the Sinn Fein"The Knights of Columbus bad In Close Touch With ers urged them to capture the the organization and were willing county Councils in the next elecReligion. to give the time aad attention nections in order to have the full maessary to the furthering ot a prochinery of government in Ireland in ject of this kind. They were called their hands. The convention agreed Into service at tfae beginning of the to carry out the plan. It was depresent war, partially because the cided that the number of delegates PLEASED TIE WAR BEf AKTMENT Catholic Merarehy and the Catholic convention from to the national people recognised their special clubs snail be on the .ratio ot one tor the work, and partially befifty members. delegate for each cause the War Department asked to have more No club, however, is The Houston Ohrooiole of late bhem to take it up, aa the War De- than five delegates. bad been particularly date reproduces in full the follow- - partmeot tth 4he way the Knights lag Wresting article from the ADDING BNBMY. conducted their recre-neaument Enterprise, which to one of Columbus on &tkm cwUawl Mexican border. of the F. M. Sacked. Federal Food Ad of the finest expression ''The men who comprise the Kentucky, on Mob- - work f the Xnlshta of Columbus Knlafetc of Columbus Committee on meuiatrator for ; rar Activities are big business men day ; reiterated Ms denial of any tb W)g h(lTe OTer re(Ml. ywn eommunitleB, and they intention on the PArt of the Ctov- i.ro,um after commnnae been ta p,. eromeut to restrict or onttecit tne j tte great work t in desertWn supplies of canned gooda in t The obLrmn ta Col. P. H. ab- - tbM has beep done by tbs orgi- - Callahan, of Louisville, Ky., Thece it bands of the cltlaenano truth in the story that aajon and by that inoe the war imt ot to Lohrrtli Varnish Com-i- s being given circulation that sign- - haa staged and littleha been de- mu W9 making ffreat of the era of th food conservation pledge yoted to the aetivffle aacrifioe; they aerrinit part Knights of Columbus. This organl- -, pkmmj salary, and each are them is cards are in danger of having bout of ateo has done great work, doing- about three men's work.' The of tfaeir canned goods confiscated Ration by the Government The rumor haa Mid it deserves fiiH oredit for what conwnitt.ee maintains headquartora been repeatedly denied by the Food baa been accomplished and for what' 7x0 woodward bulldlmg,, n, Th nhaniafnA and imrUMi but. apparently it Is being: done at this time. ' secretaries who are in charge of the H are persieU. Persona circulating "A campaign waa inaugurated idrmx aid and comfort to the duifti tne mqntn pi JUiy, ann in buildings at the various cam are ten days' time a fund of 1 1,000,000 blnt p cause of America's enemies. salaries which merely was Taiaed as the nucleus of fhls cover the 'expenses of a bare. living, WKICOMH VISneOR. This fund is being con- - but Hke those serving on the gen- work. tinuallv taoreaaed. and Knights or Ami enfnunttiM rhv are makina . awx Dr. J. A. Averdiek, Ctebool Com- - (UlamliH. tiiillitlrum have. nlreadv Mf - ham Installed In eighteen encamp- - cinA a mmihW. tEh riinh5 at- mlisioner of OsvhtttoB. was a mlhwh visitor hare the first ot she nente and caatonapents, and others penaes of this work are being met week, sad was on ot slss fconor 9 rapidly nearing completion. The by the genera! treasury of the from this t the coins rnst juMlee. Refenert hers lie weci- - 'pooA resulting espectaSona movement Knights of Columbus; the fund It--, met Burpasftes the ding of those Mu, so generously donated by the While many of his Catholic Knight who conceived the Idea, and the neonle. Plus that secured by levying spirit ex- - a general assessment on all mem- frlr4ft who always welcome him to most cordial ' 1st between tfte Knight of Oolum- - bars of tike Knights of Columbus, Louisville. u ARMY WORK non-Catho- lic Secretary Kelly has done a lot of hard work getting things in shape, but now that tho players and have eomo in even larger crowds of the boys como in to the facilities afforded them. The soldiers ot tho Alton, 111., Boys' Society went to holy communion in a body on October 21. VIctrola recAnother bundle Call Meeting to Consider Their ords was received of from Indianapolis, and Mrs. Adam Hoertz sent Work JFor Soldiers in twenty-fiv- e music rolls which .were, Camp. especially appreciated, as the supply from New York has not come to hand. Billy Sullivan, the old White Sox Baxter and Glrlstof St. catcher, sent a supply of tobacco Father and cigars 'for the soldiers. Louis Bertrnntl's Equip Secretary Kelly is receiving many Room. requests from civilians who come out to Building No. 2 every Sunday to And soldiers who care to take Sunday dinners In the city. NeedFour Masses on Sunday Wore less to eay there Is but little effort neceesary to fill tho requests. graf-onol- as or home-bake- d food. CHAPLAINS en-J- oy Heard by Six Thousand Persons.' I SPECIAL CHOIR FOR TOMORROW fit-ne- w Plfl - ud t"" ,. ly Prert-solnte- -- ,,,. t - . r or. u tw .v There were four masse! celebrated for the soldiers in the three Knights of Columbus buildings at Camp Zaohary Taylor on Sunday morning, The first .mass t the Auditorium was celebrated by Chaplain Rawllneon at 6 o'clock. At MACKIN COUNCIL. Building No. 3, Chaplain Mahoney, of the 333rd Regiment ot Infantry, At Mackin Council's meeting celebrated mass at S o'clock, and Monday night the reports of the at 8;15 o'clock at Building No. 2 celebrated mass for A Is regiment various committees were gratifying. and others in that vicinity. At the Arrangements are nearing perfec9 o'clock mass at the Auditorium a tion for.. a mammoth euchre and choir of soldier boy sang various lotto party on November sM, and la extended all religious hymns and m. solo, "O, a cordial invita-tloLord, I Am Not Worthy," waa ren- friends of the council. .Th.e SooUl dered by W. T. J. Doyle, of Brazil, Club has again organized and anInd. Private Hubert Turner, of nounces the opening dance on 8. 'the 309th ammunition train, was Thursday evening, 'November the organist. Lieut. Killer, Privates Morris Buttlmer Is the Pwasldeat, O'Malley, Holmes, Casper, Knuckey William Jlonnell is Vice President and many ethers eomposed the and Leo Connelly the geerery, and Chaplain Rawhswoa, of the they promise a vejry enjoyable choir. Tomorrow mornS25th Field Artillery, celebrated the series of dances mans niwJ his remarks were wKh ing there will he. a meeting po make reference to the Government being tnal preparations tor t$e opening very anxious that her soldiers keep of the basketball league season, and in a perfect physical condition,' ate. all who axe interested AWd at- -. ithm TnMJaiinn Committee re- i The attendance a, au four masses was approxhnntely 6,000, Chaplain i ported that progress fe being made Rawllmson announced that he would and mere ww vm a be at the main building Wednesday for Initiation on Sunday afternoon, night for those who desired to take November 26. n FATHER VOLZ BETTER. The many friends throughout the couHtry of Very Rev. J. R. Volz, O. P., who has been seriously ill at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, will be glad to learn that his condition is much Improved and that he expects to soon be able to return to St. Rose, where he Is professor of theology for the advance students, who will later enter the Dominican House of Studies at Washington, D. C. f tt -l. iw!" According to tho Irish Weekly Independent, a well known Protestant Bishop, tho Right Rev. Or. Gregg, speaking at the annual synod of Ferns, in referring to the Irish convention said that all Irishmen of good will could not but hope based on that somo settlement adequate securities would oe at. "Whatever might be tho issues great changes inevitably lay before them." It was useless to deny, tho prelate stated, that if a rorm of government did not rest on, the consent of the governed, a system abstractly sound might prove unworkable, and the Imperial Government had taken tho view that the internal discontent of Ireland contributed a more serious menace to the empire than a dual legtel r ture. Dr. Gregg also stated that it was plain that tho larger number of politicians were in favor of going a considerable way toward satisfying the aspirations of tho majority, and many Unionists had shown latterly that they no longer considered the union as a cardinal element of imperial security, and accordingly it behooved them to adjust their understandings to the fact that a change, whatever Its form, was coming. He reassured the minds of those who imagined that acquiescence in the new, state of things might compromise' loyalty to the King. It would not. Ireland was not going to bo a republis any more than it was before the union, if duly constituted authority gave Ireland a new form of government tno true loyalty was to accept it and do everything In their power Loyalty to to make It a success. the crown and unionism .according to him were not necessarljy equivalent terms. There was loyaKy Ja Ireland before the union; there was depreloyalty whloh vehemently cated the union, and there could be loyalty still if the union were legally dissolved. In the eighteenth century, the Bishop reminded the members of the synod, the Protest ant church of Ireland officially recognized Ireland as being a distinct eountry, and not merely a con tltueot part of a larger kingdom. The dissolution of the legislative "union would not mean quitting the smpire or "losing their King."- - Tha ihurch of Ireland had seen establishment by law come and go, and bad eeeo incorporation with the Uhuroh ot England go the same way. It was la a position to see the legislative union come and go. If such a course .were legally and authoritatively settled. The views of Dr. Gregg show la their general tendency that the spirit ot conciliation is gaining ground. While anxious te psst the their old opponents Irish Nationalist press has not to tno ceased to call attention wMch nature of the government. the country requires. The Cork Weekly Bxamhter state eOitpriaHy that the government of Ireland in the past has always been vaeiHating and autoaratfe tn its character, days despotic In ths old coercion when ths Tories held sway, and brhnul ot good intention, but blundering, nnreltable and profuse In promises thai too often failed ar-iv-ed -- 1 half-wa- y, (Continued on Third Page JSHBXINrcrtJOKTK' Xj&ISJEX AJMEEXOAJSC- - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. b BVBRY SATURDAY, bvwwxl ts the Saclal aatf MeraJ AariuiceeKaMst el Mas AaerkwM asd CaftetUi OtflclalW indorwrd by Ancient Order ei Hlbtrstana, Yeac Mn' lavtltoie and CatkaHc KalybU ol America. 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J BBiBnBBHBBBBWlt'iL BBBBal I' fj" Aro the most Comfortable, Convenient and Best Work Healthy, conservative and perGarments Ever Manufactured. sNO BINDING sistent advancement of morals SUSPENDERS among our young people are enDo not accept substitutes. Insist on the original and REINFORCED dangered by the public dance hall. only LEE UNION-ALLLook for the label. STRA IN POINTS The proposition that thoy open on Sundays should not bo given a moWo enthusiastically urge you to see this new work suit. & U 5 EIGHT m SN& ment's consideration. One such No matter what your trade, piofession or employment in Jtf?Somtmm 4,1 .rvnv?! &.sjvx.srar w fiLti H Sunday dances all would cause more life, if you wear overalls either in your daily work or only ruination and distress than ten open periodically for odd jobs, you can't afford to be without Sunday saloons. Those who would open such places will not hesitate ono of these splendid garments. LEE UNION-ALLaro to take advantage of tho young and CELEBILVTE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. jSkdsritivErEP all in one piece (like your union underwear). No binding j unwary. It is inconceivable to think a day of real joy. In conclusion belt or double thickness about tho waist; no chafing Rarely has so interesting a sorv- that our officials would permit Suntendered the . O'Connor j, -- 1.1 i hk- - vnmn ohnrh. Father suspender straps a perfect fitting suit. ' vn It ll ft. fnn fTrA rm.rA WfteVirm tt "" SWINCMC day public dancing under any t&-StO- E i POCKETS Third and O streets as that which Ad hoed thai thV":nTght Motorists', mechanics, farmers, machinists men in all occurred there Monday morning, , B1)arod to oaM, other. The bo when Gen. Michael Relchort and his services over the choir sang tho trades all over tho country, are spending every working FUTILE. M TRIPLE nmiAhtn wlfo celebrated their flf- - Te Deum. Upon leaving tho church V hour in LEE UNION-ALLAutomobile owners carry a SEWED SEAMS ?1:, In dinner was served at tho home of Until woddlne anniversary. The Herald's transient editor has JL Lattls, the guests conalsUng suit in their cars to slip on quickly when tho emergency eent tho W. relatives. On tho evening tho of the been making our neighbor ridicubPAutlfullv decorated, of i,w.h t demands. And they arc good tho entiro year around surcouple wore Today they push out one . lous. Kin. omhnwmi in worthy their homo ongiven astreet, Third can bo worn next to the skin in summer and over clothing green leaves and white prise at dummy and tomorrow another sprays of goldon-hue- d chrysanthemums, when members of tho Central Com-t- 1 dummy. First they have one tryout in winter. y, o tenon mlttee. Uniform Rank and Branch tryout. Their l. and then another u hiia ,oji nwnv 6. C. K. of A., headed by Col. Joe VOTE THE STRAIGHT ' Como in today and slip on your size. See for' yourself Bhots have reached neither Cronan there floated through the sacred P. McGinn. Henry Hunold, S. R, , Hardman. H. A. Veeneman, W. T, f hv j..t. .n. if LEE UNION-ALL- S aro not perfect work suits the nor tho Democratic ticket and have ioio. iv.iivi ihA Meehan and Eugene McCarthy, took .h j garment you have always wanted. all proved futile. fifty years ago. over tho houso. and after extending hrMA and emom of congratulations presemea led Tho procession was cm-. by Misses rmnn tho worthy couple a well filled THOSE PLOTTERS AGAIN". j eranddauWors of tho jublllarlans, Purse of gold. Tho visitors nextON&UVg V&V M ADE -. . . ." QTirivi n mm .". The True Voice does not know attired in dainty wnue ana curr,- - nmMinivari ai -, :r- - tvi w. yeuow dios- how much truth Is In tho charge Ing shower boquets or ;" uub. Mayor Charles J. Cronan. -- --wexx camo remu..u.uu..- made in Parliament last week that soms. Police Judge Sam. J. Boldrlck. lining "'u """' ." Prosecuting Attorney Nathan Kahn. Germany was plotting to create an- friends from near and far, .5I3EST3Iial 1)300 aisle seats. Arriving at uf Clerk of the Police Court Clay other rebellion iln Ireland. Consid- the center Gen. and Mrs. iteicnort vnuuiiu tho altar Hall. ering the intrigues that have been were seated Inside the chancel rail Ing the 'rank of Major General of CaililT of the Police Court Thomas Uniform Rank and organized revealed during the past six or and Ilw Father John O'Connor as- the companies dn Louisville. He II. Gunther. two cended the altar steps and began also has bem an active and valued City Tax Receiver Adolph Schmltt. eight months, it is not at all im Sklrvln Is Improving under the solemn high celebration of City Treasurer Frank Dacher. St. Joseph's Orphans' Se care of Dr. Abel. probable. The Sinn Fein leaders in the nn)inii worker in many Mr. and Mrs. City Auditor Phil. T. Allln. ciety and other organizations, Sklrvln and children are at the Aldermen Sanford Vaughan, C. W. Ireland may see- dn tho prospect of ine sermon. In which he said the and also a steadfast friend and home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter CampSchmltt, II. J. Campbell, Jr., James E. Gorman old tho hope of their cause. worthy couple, who were esteemed of tho Kentucky Irish bell, 810 South Floyd street. Camp. Fred Leezer, John M. Clifford, by all who know them, supporter tension there has been andloved before tho altar of God American. G en. and Airs Relchort Vnu P. Mayer, J. J. Campion, R. Guy That tho SUCCKSSOR TO had con R. FORTY HOURS TRAYER. Paker. U. H. Gilbert, A. W. Kramer gradually increasing is evident from to give thanks for his blessings, have two daughters, Mrs. W. ami and Mrs. Thoo. Crone, tho meager reports which ihave been was a long period in Lattls grandchildren, all living In tnd James Treasy. nine Tho Forty Hours' devotions will Councllmen and Mrs Reiohert had Louisville, First Ward. Pone and allowed to reach this country. One grandson, Carter next take Johnson, Second Ward, Spleth and vowed, for God and here in Search for arms has been pros- lived as thoy had well discharged R. Lattls, Is working for a commls-S?du- church on placeCane Run St. Denis Karst; Third Ward, Booher and the road, beand Officers' Training Camp ginning with the high mass Sunday ecuted relentlessly except in Orange Fourth Ward, Klnff and me. which were elonat the POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Benjamin ICarrison, and morning and coming to a solemn They at Port Fifth Ward, Garvcy and Frnnide; quarters, and naturally enough tho crowned vtth a Godspeed. grandson, Irwin, Is also clo3o on Tuesday. As this is tho Sixth Ward. Norton and Leone; Irish people aro filled with resent- found this a day of peace and- another of his youngest parish irh- DreoarlnE for tho "Ward. Parker and Lawrence; in this county ment. Tho material for an outburst Eighth Ward, Morrow and White; much interest will attach to the rejoice that they see this day country. bors Ninth Ward, Mueller and Coleman; Is being prepared, and tho O'Leary services, at which a number of our Tenth Ward, Uttenson and Wright; type of Irishman in this country the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford local priests will assist. COMING EVENTS. Eleventh Ward, Finegan and Veazy; welcomes the portent of trouble. McKenna at Fairfield. Prices exceedingly low and values that can Twelfth, Ward, Whltty and Walker. HELPING THE ORPILXNS. We believe that wero It not for County Judge Loraino Mix. not be duplicated anywhere injthe city. An Thomas Marra Mr. and (Mrs. Council 20 Mackln November trouble-makein the professional County Attorney A. Scott Bullitt. of the Tho and lotto entortalnment at lave returned from a three weeks' Orphan members Sewing St. Vincent's early call will be appreciated. . County Clerk P. S. Ray. Society met Home tho vicinity of New York there mir.hro trip to the Allegheny Mountains club houso. SherlfT Wm. T. McNally. Wednesday and spent a pleasant would he no Bornstorff plot to land and will rosido In Jeffersonville. 7 Annual ThanKs NTovnmber County Assessor Allen E. Smith. orday making garments for th 425 WEST JEFFERSON ST. arms in Ireland. That worthy is giving entertainment of St. Boniface Coroner Dr. Ellis Duncan. Mrs. C. J. Nugent and daughter, phans. During tho wdnter months County Surveyor J. llussell Gaines. not dealing directly with any revo- Men's Society. Up Stair Store tho society will meet tho second and florae Phono 3238 Miss Jewell Nugent, and eon Louis C. Foster. lutionary leaders in Ireland. Tho Euchre, lotto left Thursday for Colorado Springs, fourth Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas 7 November Koenan is President and Sister State Senators; means of communication Is through and turkey rafflo by ladies and whero they will spend tho winter. Cyrilla Is Secretary and Treasurer. mnMKSsS Thirty-sixtDistrict Charles II. this country and the agency is the gentlemen of parish at St. Patrick's Knight Tho "Entertainment Committee of Hall. Sixteenth and Market. ST. BONIFACE. District William- - A. tame coterie of plotters who brought Annual charity tho Sorosls Club gave a delightful 6 Fobruary about the disastrous uprising of Perry. bridge party Wednesday afternoon Sewing Society for the Representatives; Easter week In 191C. These men social of Ladies' jathe home of Mrs. J. T. Laffan. forOne ofpeoplebig events of the year St, Anthony's Hospital. the of St. Boniface par h II. aro using Ireland for their own District John enThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a Y farln T. Varie nTinnllllM"? the ish is tho annual Thanksgivingmen, Dreschcr. purposes. They would ruin Forty-artengagement of his daughter. Miss tertainment given by the District Geo. B. Barrett selfish any day to gain sorao adSAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED 26 n Ireland Forty-sixt- h District B. C. Mae Fertlg, to George H. Droher. which "will take place Novembermaktwice a year; Thera MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" vantage to themselves. Wo believe n. wedding will 'take place No- and 27. Committees aro busy The ing preparations and have already h District .William J. their motives ore generally undervember 21. must be spent for somethlag you DO NEED. The SAVING now o( the arranged for some real surprises. Kuh. stood In this country; but it ds not vaa&&o&a? dollars yon are westiag might keep that "hard time" frem ever coming. District Brent C. Over- bride, who Henrv E. Brewer and so in Ireland, where disappointment QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. lias ro was Miss Mary Agnes Breckel, have Mrs. Charles Knights Fifty-HrM. and uncertainty have driven many William District returned from their wedding trip Florida. The Queen's Daughters held their Duffy. Irishmen to desperation, and fitted turned from and aro receiving their ifrlends at monthly meeting yesterday afterPark Commissioners Louis Scelbach, them to follow any leader who can Memphis, Tenn., their home on South Sixth street. noon, with a splendid attendance Otto Volgt. of Daniel F. Murphy and John B. Castle-maIs visiting relatives in Jeffersonville. promise results. proceedings. ArMrs. Paul Leonard and eon Nor- and Interesting A rebellion dn Ireland at this Magistrate: man, Miss Florence Daugherty and rangements and the programme for Mon Miss Jesslo First District Hugo SehulU. time would bo the worst calamity day from an Bannon returned with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Herne, of tho Christmas Shoppe to he held enjoyable visit Fifth and Court Place. Second District Phil, T. German. tho East End, were last week guests December 5 were completed. could befall tho country. The friends in Cincinnati. that Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Third District M. J. Smith. of Mrs. Charles McGoff In Oakdalo. Easter week rising was only a flash CHOnt AT OAMP. Fifth District Ben Schulman. Misses Theresa and Catherine In tho pan. Not ono Irishman In a Seventh District John J. O'Brien. Mrs. Emma Niemann announces Tomorrow morning tho choir of Eighth District John M. Adams, hundred knew that it was coming, Ackerman, of Tell City, aro here the engagement of her daughter, "" b,,,,,,. visit. church will Bt. dons table: Miss Myrtle Elizabeth Niemann, to sing Mary Magdalen's mass at the ft never got well started except in for an extended The wed- 1C at tho 9 o'clock Camp Zach-ar- y George P. Oianackes. Second District J. C. Larkln. Dublin, and it was suppressed there Mrs. E. W. Fitzgerald, of Qov- of C. Auditorium at early In the Third District Charles M. Ratcllft. within a week. Taylor. Mrs. Fred' Hardg will Its results were Ington, was this week tho gu est or ding will tako place Fifth District Wm. R. Steltenkamp. winter. have charge of the music and will horrifying enough; but thoy will be Mrs. L. McCloy dn Clifton. Sixth District John II. Meyer. BOTH PHONES 2399 play the organ, and It goes without Eighth District Ilarry Catlett. as nothing to what would follow a Just In time for the supple- saying soma excellent music will Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nally, Deer County Commissioners Charles rebellion now. registration a husky little bo rendered. All hopes of Irish Park, have been entertaining Miss mental Schaltz, Jr.. Robert W. Bingham, dive us a trial for first-claDemocrat. Charles Bernard Mc- service. We are as freedom would bo destroyed at one Eva Nolly, of Now Haven. Cox. Jr. Devltt, arrived at tho homo of close to you as your phone. Prompt service, dav and ST. MARY'S. stroko and even a worse military McDovitt on night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Mrs. John R. O'Connell, of Jef- Mr. and Mrs. Charles tyranny than followed the Dublin Sunday. OAST YOUK VOTE. Last Sunday Rev. Father Wester-man- n fersonville. spent last week visiting West Chestnut last chauffeurs ttir specialty. Give us a call. fiasco would bo Inflicted on (Ireland. people of the parish Sellersburg. and Next Tuesday wlll be election The worst enemies of Ireland could her parents at Many friends ore delighted to" celebrated the annitho 1923 versary Sullivan, day, and It is tue duty of every wish no more miserable fate for her has re- seo Mrs. D. J. out again of of the Church of the ImMiss Georgia Ferrlell an West voter to go to the polls and cast than that the false plotters In this turned from a visit to her brother, Illness Broadway, weeks in afterhos- maculate Conception, Eighth and the of several Cedar streets. It was in the nature his ballot. The Democratic nom- country and their German allies Albert Forrloll, at New Hope. pital. For a timo her condition of a SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. g and many old-tiuneasiness. inees, who ate all capable and reli- should succeed in bringing about parishioners were present Mrs. John Galligan, East Seventh caused them much able men, will bo elected without another robelllon Feather Westermann celebrated the financed from street. Jeffersonville, is home from was made Tuesday doubt, but that is no reason why New York and armed from Berlin. a visit to friends in Cannelton, Ind. of Announcement of Elmer Jones and high mass and preached the serthe marriage mon, and in the afternoon there was any Democrat should not vote. Thef vespers, benediction and Te arrived homo Miss Mary Wooten on Wednesday Mrs. Now that Secretary of War Baker Monday Joseph Grjmes to Elizabeth-town- , of the preceding week at Holy Trin- solemn Special music was rendered Republicans, while conceding the Deum. from a trip ity church, New Albany. Rev. at both services. permission to any franomhas given election of the Democratic .where she was entertained by Fathor Curran performing the inees, will bo on "hand for a pur- ternal society to erect headquarters relatives. BLESSES NEW SOHQOL. pose. That purpose la to reduce In the army encampments, wo await MlflB ltlri . 1fM uiiiiut TtfvAn Stata 6evrMMt SastrvltfM .w Mtf fa Big CM Secead ial Mutt ut, mia. Atl. majority in the city and with interest to see the Junior Julia Hines wore recent Sunday inoxi weanesaay ano uiurwa.Bc the normal Last Sunday was an active and rep- guests wary iwsmona, auspicious day for the pastors and county, and then to boast of deflec- Order and Guardian of Liberty of Mrs. Carl Kaelin at St. Miss Margaret daughter of Mrs. Charles Desmond. good people of St. Cecilia's parish. "As Ner to You as the Nearest Phone" Alb, Surplice, I tion in the Democratic ranks. Be resentatives In tho service of Uncle Matthews Altar Laces I and Terry B. Swann will be sol1- At 3:30 in the afternoon Rev. on band and give our nominees a Sam, that is If there aro any. The at St. Patrick's church. Father Robert Craney, the pastor, FUNERAL Nally was last omnlzed Mrs. Bertrand FLOWERS For the next three weeks we ara big majority and rebuke ithose who A. P. A. press and its monkey fol- week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Both are "widely Jcnown ana ine presented a class of seventy-fiva would Involve Louisville in turmoil lowers have been yelling that the Clarence Nally Nally and family at wedding will bo ono of Interest. going to offer all of our laces at a number of them converts, to whom rh Rfeht Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo liberal discount. This offer Is genuCatholics wore monopolizing the New Haven. and trouble. A Special Spray $3.00 Mr. and Mrs. William McGrath gave tho sacrament of confirmation ine, and it will pay our army sites by taking care of the Mrs. Hillary Dant and daughter entertained the following Sunday and preached a kindly and feeling A Special Wreath $5.00 customers to write us at once while WITY IS IT? Catholic' soldiers In the Knights of been guests at their home at Pleasure sermon. The Bishop then blessed our stock Is complete. Martine. of Evansvllle, havo Now there the guests of Mrs. Melllsa Columbus headquarters. Dant, Ridge: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mc- the new St. Cecilia's school buildWhy is It that the officials of Grath and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. ing, recently erected and which will Is an opportunity for the A. P. A. Southern Heights. Mr. long endure as a monument to the Rogers Church Goods Co. B. Allan and daughter, the United States Government, who patriots to show how many repre W. McGrath, Messrs. progressive spirit of the Catholics and and are so careful of tho soldiers' The friends of Mrs. James Burns, HarryMrs. M. and James McGrath. sentatives they have in the service of Seventh street, will be glad to Reed 129 S, FOURTH AVE. of the West End. W r Bailors welfare, stand idly by and VI umiv wv of Old Olory. Sunday night the Rev. Fathers learn that she is Teeoverlng from sol1 StKw ee the thousands of Catholic marriage of Mies Madeline Cabill and Logan, of tho St. Louis The r tourthAwnoeloukYllr her recent illness. THB SIGN OF QUALITE M. Rltz, a popular New Albany girl, Bertrand missionary band, inaugurdiers and sailor Insulted dally and SODALITY OARD PARTY. M. Wermelster. oi Louisweekly by the Menace and Its tribe Hlghl'd 7413 Mteeea M. Reardon, of Covington, aad Albert coleinnlaed Wednesday ated a two weeks' mission that has Sodality of The Younc Ladles' ville, was thus far been well attended, the We telegraph Flowers Everywhere East ISO Men who are, giving up St. Mary's chureh will (give their and Margaret Sullivan, of South morning In of St Mary's church, Rev. chuTch being thronged every evenoantry do not annual card party on Thursday Louisville, visited at Preeioaia and rather Seibertz celebrating KENTUCKY fchstr ail. foV fcnalr the ing to hear the eloquent Dominican and evening, wovemoer Newatead laat week. nuptial high mass. Many friends pulpit orators. The services are worth of Liberty bonds last week in LAUNDRY reltah being ealtod "Papists" aad afternoon Mary's Hall. Klghth and 15, at St. V CO. preeent to offer held at 5 and 8 o'clock in the New York City, and of that amount Jr by "the ake pa- Cedar streets. In addition to many Mtoee Dolly Murray, of Latonia, and relative were "Roman traitors" worth morning aad 7:30 In the evealng. subscribed for $65,000 addition for Incorporated Xlaeoe, of Covington, congratulations. e artietat there and Gertrude to triot flrttoae idea of patriotism la beautiful himself and wife. la end wKh Mta AHn-ato' raise the American flag over a will b a cold tally yriae both, pent the week Clifton. this McGorraack has given his serv- 'Underbill St. ftTCORMACK SBLLS BONDS. The many irieods of Mr. and Murray in afternoon and errata. Games will ices free at Red Cross and other Mm. Mward Skirria (om Mar- school novae and circulate' dark Ian- -, Jbe eoHed at z:80 Mid 8:10 o'ctook. jOliarttom), .Tdh. Menoraaaek. the world ra- - war benefits aad la one inataaoa Geo. Dearborn nrilMam TV aMiMlrfa. and t .Oortncbm, tfe&oMc ,tara literature again Manager "A pleasant tine te aautd to all Walter Meaghar aMrt ta weafc-ao- d will t know' that Mr. now IrMt taoor, seM 1S.000 paid expense of the hU, ate. etastfcrti time. WU BWH11. 1917. UNION MADE jfiWSF av '. .cM J??$ A&K TO gppig P 1 Democratic Ticket 0 1 9 S. w, - mn -- J"r i . - 7"-rf-- j""" ,,fl nb" .. 'rr r4r: n- ."" ",LI PfflM-AE- g In Khaki In Blue - $2.75 EDW. A. AXMAN HENNESSY & AXMAN SSVtG. Klap-hek- e; U Elch-hor- n; Sov-en- th scr-dc- Fall and Winter Suits Now on Display rs 26-2- Joller-Cliarl- es 26-2- h Thirty-eight- h 15-1- Forty-fourt- 1 The Last Dollar I h Beck-ma- Forty-sevent- .. n. SOCIETY. I I Forty-eight- h st Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. mm awa m" ' ' a a Autos and Taxis For Hire ss At-tlll- a. sixty-eight- h Lee Yottttg Automobile Co. home-comin- 03E DOITvAR.. -- -- . ,,. GERMAN INSURANCE BANK - e, out-of-to- MpS du? .iJaV Imad-mad- la nnt 7lad jsz.i&j&TTjGEFvr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc 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. irx&z ajs&j&xzx&axi RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattlo and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. ASK FOR GOLDEN AGS BRAND MACHINE DRIED IJEJjy MACARONI, ALL GROCERS. -- SPAGHETTI, NOODLES. A ISC I JML A I, s AND BETTER TO EAT CLEANER THAN MEAT fjoaad lOo Packages Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. tats m mil i& scP W-Bcrv- v V "iZSKKk LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phono City 721 Cut-O- ff HARRY HUNGER'S CHILIS PARLOR FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 410 South Bitfitk Street. Homo Phono City 3998 Cumberland Main 721 PEOPLES PBOVXDE2TT "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON Ready for Your Griddle Morning" is the waa organized by n to make well-know- Incorporated. ASSOCTATIB cltlttaa H. W. ENGINEER Steam and Hoi Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND HOME CONTRACTING LOUISVILLE, KY. Homo Phone, City 2845 NEWMAN B AX'S PLACE 1401 CEDAR Mm llWHiiil1 i It Sr Tv ' HAMS, LARD, SAUSAQKJ LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated,) Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS tOS LOANS on furniture and other personal property at IOWESI RATES. Culeman Elder., B. EL Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones. 2886. STREET SAM Ii. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR Rax Horan, Prop. City 2038 Main 9363 -- Prop. EAST JEFFERSON STREET 121 AUG. F. RATH, LOUISVILLE, KY. City 1140 BATH'S CAFE JOS. L. Proprietor DRIES BKMKiBBwffMgaaaaLnaPatt .MMBe..gWwWlBBjBilK ovrxxo, ouxxs&xhq, S&sPS ria Roofs Repaired and Painted A.BPHALT 3uxxxa ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK FOR toll FINE WINES AND LIQUORS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. Both Phones 2406 WHITEHALL BUFFET THE WISP OF WORLD DOMINION. LOYALTY TO COUNTRY. Homo Phono, CAFE HENRY AND 407 EAST Jug and JEFFERSON ST. Near Preston - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Doth Phones POULTRY LATTER REUTLINGER & 0 LIQUOR nOUSE Adolph Reutlingcr Bottlo Trade A Specialty FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 0. FOOD AND 0. IRELAND. SHOP HALLER'S PETSTREET 210 WEST MARKET Quick Dollvory Phono City 5692 H. Platoff, Prest. I. Rash, SeoTreaa. SUPPLIES Free Advice on Poultry Pet Diseases and PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Homo Phono, City 1633 Antomobllo Repairing GEO. F. BREITENSTEIN MACHINE CO. Engines, Pomps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended To SHOP: 731-73- 3 EAST Homo Phono City C085 MAIN ST. P. FREDERICKS Dealer in SCRAP . 214-21- PLATOFF & BUSH GENERAL Incorporated CONTRACTORS BUILDERS AND Special Attention To Repair Work Estimates Cheerfully Furnished OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. Phono 2543 6 TOON, METAL, RAGS. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Paper Stock A Specialty SOUTH FLOYD STREET Bet. Market and Jefferson LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. TISOHENDORF LUMBER COMPANY HUBER'S BAKERY CONFECTIONERY Wedding and Birthday Cakes My Specialty. Assorted Candies. Two Stores 745 E. Jefferson S00 E. Walnut "The paramount duty of American citizens in the present crisis ds a hearty and loyal obedience to the declared constituted authorities," Cardinal Gibbons In a sermon on "Loyalty to Country," which he delivered iln the Cathedral at Baltimore last Sunday. "Bo slow to continued. clticize." tho Cardinal "Remember that you view the situation from one angle; your rulers contemplate it from various angles. They have lights and sources of Information that are closed to you. Your Judgment of the administration and your critclsm of their official acts should be always subord dinated to a generous and submission to their rulings. It ia theirs to command; it ds yours to obey. And in manifesting your loyalty to your country you will be pursuing a sacred and honorablo course, and you will bo following the invariable traditions of your fathers from the foundation of the republic. I thank God that wo live In a country where liberty Is granted without license and authority is exercised without despotism, where the Government holds over us the aegis of its protection with out interfering with tho rights of conscience." whole-souleGod-given FRANK CAMFIELD SALOON Johnson and Main Streets Phono Xlty.JS4G BARRETT FURNITURE New CO. and Used FURNITURE EVERY THING DRY. Stoves, Store and Office Fixtures Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Fifteenth and Oak 120 East Market Street Phones: City and South 181 3 Phono City 3608 " ii . -- DOUGHERTY & McfcUlUH - . , X 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, !: ' I ', Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES. Gumb. Mala SOOS-- a ' I ; !. Home City 2008 II 1 1 1 1 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL.IS. SMITH, PROP. '! H1 II I Funeral Director BOTr and Embalmed PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. wvvwvtvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv CUMBERLAND MAD? 3971.7 HOMEFIIONESS J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. TftsfiL-fr TVI"if-1i- - SM-r!tvt- f-,. 4WiWMWUUWWVWUVWWiWWWWUWWWWtUiW H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. TetepfaoM COMET OF GLORY. A slg&ntic comet, 'outclassing in Bize and brilliancy all those seen In modern times, including Halloy's, Is speeding through the solar sys- 1M. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING 1W. Ctrttr FMrtk ud JcffcrtM the sun at the approximate rate of 1,134,246 miles a day. The comet will be a thing of glory in the northwestern sky this coming winter, probably remaining visible for three months. It will be at Its best in June. To Illustrate the size of this new member of the solar system, recall the fact that Halley'a comet, which held the center of the stellar etage in 1911, waa een through the great teieaeopee eight month before perihelion, which i a planet's dkMmt approach to the jun. The hew comet fomieen Men months before perihelion or six months earlier than Halley rai waa or sought for. tem toward w . (Continued from First Page.) of accomplishment when the Liberals held office. Referring to tho convention, tho Cork journal adds: "Both Liberals and Tories have failed in their efforts satisfactorily to govern Ireland and both should welcome, if substantial agreement be reached, tho findings of an Irish convention which knows the country's requirements, and is primarily Interested in her welfare. No system of government that any Irish convention could devise could bo less in accord with Irish Ideas than the system of government in forco at present. That is putting the convention's work at the lowest estimate, but it is not unreasonable to assume that justice, humanity, a broad outlook and liberal financial provisions, will form the basis of the structure that it is engaged In o building up in Ireland. If any In the world deserve justice and appeasement tho Irish people have a strong claim for both demands, and it may be hoped that over tho ohaos and discontent that at present prevails in tho country a wise and Just system of government devised by the convention will supervene to bring that peace and confiWARNS TID3 IRISH. dence which impartial justice to Constitutional South as well as to North can only The Liberty Committee was formed dn secure." friend of Ireland of justice Every Chicago on Monday at a meeting of and fair play will this last Chicago under tho sentiment. guidance of T. P. O'Connor and Richard Hazleton, members of the IRISH AND FAITH. Irish Parliamentary parly in the British House of Commons. Michael The solace and comfort which J. Flaherty was elected Chairman tho Irish soldier gathers from Oils and W. P. J. Halley Secretary. O'Connor warned against permitting religion is ono of tho phases of movement to front-lin- e any constitutional life frequently touched embarrass any of the allied nations. upon by the late Major William "The constitutional movement In Redmond in his letters home, some (reland ds working successfully to pecure for the of which Mrs. Redmond lias colIrish people," he said. "It refuses lected into a memorial volume. In to purchase liberty for Ireland at one of these, filven to tno Prmui. it.hn nnnnlar Irish tho price of the liberty of the rest loader wrote, shortly before (his of the world." death: "The fortitude tho men seem to TURKEY DINNER. draw from their faith is great and The man who lias been Miiili cmfKiifriAKm centers in the marked. turkey dinner whioh tho Auxiliary with his chaplain and who has pre mmseii tDy me sacramenxs ih of the Good Shepherd is planning pared fnp nv ifcif. nnd Khous It in ror Wednesday, JNovemner si. inai mnriv demeanor. Often tho rtflv .Tins hm chosen for the dinntir his very In order that the soldiers cow at writer has heard officers declare may nave their pleasure at tne devotion oi Camp Zachary Taylor the men to their Toligion, and freopportunity to attend. quently those officers have been of other Toligions themselves." SOLEMN PAPAL CHAPEL. In another Hotter Major Redmond Tho solemn Papal chapel which writes of tho work of the French should take place on tho anniversary priests: "With all tno ova xnax mas of tho Pope's coronation has, as in its train Jt is good to usual, been postponed to December Holy Father chose the find at least ono beneficial result 22. Tho samo date for postponement last from the war. It has led to tho year, or perhaps tho preceding revival of religion In a most redays are dear to his markable way. As to this practically day. Both heart, for it was on December 21 everyone is agreed, and It is apin a hundred directions. ho was ordained priest, and it was parent on tho following day, now almost Rerhaps this revival is most marked is ten vears aeo. .that ho received of all in France, and there it to episcopal consecration from tho attributable in no little degree bands or Pius x. in tno very msiine the splendid record of the French Ohapel where the solemn high mass priests in tho army. "To many people it seemed a will be celebrated. wrong thing that the ministers of the Prince of Peace should bo called upon to take up arms and play a 1111 ,..,! part in the terrible work of bloodshed and slaughter which has converted so large a portion of Europo into a veritable shambles. What seemed wrong, and what from somo points of view was wrong mo doubt, has in the result turned out a bjesslng. The spectacle of thousands of priests marching and fighting for the country and the flag has touched deeply tho heart of France and many a man who was perhaps ready enough to proclaim himself will never so describe an himself any more. The bravery of the French priests ia battle 2,000 of them have been killed has been only equaled by their devotion to their holy office. "By accident or design ono must decide according to tho measure of one's charity tho Germans havp and churches destroyed many shrines and convents In the war. They present a ead spectacle, but it would seem that dn proportion to the ruin ohus causea, tne laun nas taken refuge more and more in the hearts of tho people, with the result that In the opinion pf most men. religion has been peihaps the one thing in all the world so far PRINCE VON BUELOW. strengthened and built up afresh It was rumored that Von Buelow amldet the horrible ravages of war. was to be selected for German That there has been a similar result Chancellor. all over the world, and away from ttie actual scene of war, ie the WOMAN RAILROAD AGENT. testimony of unbiassed observers. The fact Is that the ruin and carnAL D. Cullin ha been ap- age has been so atupenduous, the Mies pointed paaeenger ageat of the Mcriflces have been so great, the Baltimore, Chesapeake and Atlantic horrors have toeen so widespread Railroad Company, with complete and have so penetrated into almost Rharge of the paeaenger buainwM of every human circle that almoet that road in addition to having unirf Tillman hitlnr ill Ul Wfllid ha charge of the inspection of the been affected and fiat turned to twenty-fiv- e steamers owned by the iook ror nope anu wbuotv iwjuih road. the grave." peo-plIrish-American re-ecIrish-AmTeloaioi-low- ed II Headquarters for FARM PROPBRTX. Wall Paper and us about anything in real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We Bell, buy and rent. BUILD THIRTY-TWCAMPS. end Window Shades Made to Order. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. The Knights of Columbus, who Homo Phone City 2517. Home Phone City 4464. havo undertaken tho religious and social care of Catholic soldiers and P. B. YANN DAHIY COMPANY Phono City 2771 sailors, plan a G.000 building in each camp and cantonment sixteen 0. T. THOMAS & CO. INCORPORATED of the National Army and sixteen of tho National Guard. Each will 508-51-0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. be capable of holding 1,200 people. 530 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Everything will be provided for tho' Both Phones. 4202 LonlsvUle, Ky. comfort and recreation of tho men. Working in with tho CHAS. ANSON NGRAVRRS Y. M. C. A., which looks after tho Protestant fighting men, the K. of Successor to C. Moltor MHLIOS ENGRAVING COMPANX C. is officered largely by volunteer workers. Tho 21,000,000 whioh has BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS hitherto been Taised toward the re- Special Attention Given Picnics and SLBCTROTYPKRS quired 23,000,000 fund is being Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets expended on tho necesary buildings, LoaUrriUe, Ky MS W. Kaia St., 31D SOUTH PRESTON ST. and the care of the nation's 40 per Phono City 4803 Bom Fho&e City It 74 cont. of Catholic soldiers. About 200 volunteer priests will bo sent AUTO WM. AUGUSTUS to the trenches. Funds are urgently LAUNDRY AND RBPAHl SHOP needed. Checks should bo made John McQuany, Prop. Contractor of Excavating, AU payable to the Knights of Columbus Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and War Fund, and mailed to Kinds of ConRepaired Drawer 9G, New Haven, Conn. crete and Wrecking. 218 West Kentucky Street CALLED TO ENLIST. Phone 6593 40-S. Preston. Homo City 206 Noted Catholic prelates who were GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Meyer Goldberg M. A. Goldberg among tho first to voico their supLOUISVILLE AUTO PARTS CO. Incorporated presport of tho Government in tho A. Lazar, Manager 618 East Market Street ent war havo been reaffirming their picas for patriotism recently. Arch- Money Advanced on Your Plain Note We Carry All Kinds of Parts for bishop Prendergast, of Philadelphia, Automobiles Write Us. U12 West Jefferson Street at a recent conference with tho Highest Prico Paid for (Second Floor) priests of his archdiocese urged Old Automobiles support of tho Government in all Homo Phono City 2967 Phone City 7798 possible respects. Ho asked every priest under forty to volunteer as a ARTISTIC PRINTING JACK SnEREDAN cliaplaln. His Graco referred to the number of chaplains already FIRST CLASS WORK EAGLE CAFE AND POOL ROOM asked for and tho prospect in the near future for a much larger re- Glvo This Offico Your Next Order N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market Ho therefore Invited quirement. 317 W. GREEN ST. all the clergy of the archdiocese Cumb. Phono Main 2019 under forty years of ago to volunTelephone City 946 Home Phone City 2564 teer their services, so that as tho need suggested he might assign J. G. PULLIAM them either as official chaplains with HOLLENBACn'S WINE HOUSE tho United States Government or MOVING AND PACKING Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. as workers with the organization Motor Truck Express Importer and Dealer in now being formed to promote the PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY WINES spiritual and temporal interests of AND LIQUORS our soldiers and sailors at home 231 West Green Street 141 Soutli Third Street and abroad. Homo Phono 1191 Homo Phono City 9130 HARD TO TELL. 803 CITY Window Shades See AND O 2SEI,Z,:EIfc JOS.Bast Walnut Street 1315 S. Twenty-sbrt- h St. SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 368 gy. Wait Broadway. XoaUvlUe, JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. REAL ESTATE Post-offi- ce ed vote against Catholic candidates for public offico have filed no protest against Catholic soldiers being sent to the trenches to defend American Institutloms. What has happened to tho bigotry that they call patriotism? NOVEMBER INTENTION. The "patriotic" societies which HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 8. 0 Portland. Homo, President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mar tin. Secretary John J. Financial Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. 1818-182- First and third Fridays, Hibernlaa church is making perceptible headway. We nt home, in our comfort and luxury, should glvo more serious thought to our foreign missionaries as well as to tho poor souls steeped in superstition. Money can be spent in no better way than giving to tho Propagation of the Faith. Our prayers can bo raised for few better intentions than that of tho Sacred Heart League for of Conversion "Tho November China." Iih Tho November intention of the League of the Sacred Heart is "Tho Conversion of China," whore the Sergoant-at-Arm- s X XiXSTSir Products of Pftrm, Factory and Mine Havo Doubled is Price Bat Am Selling- At the Old Price. - Sentinel Thomas Noon. Pat Bogloy. AMERICAN HAVANA A FUSE X.EAP SMOXXKO TOBACCO TUB PIPE LOVERS DELIGHT A dollclously rich, natural clear flavor. A good burner. Direct from HATD-RA- DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street producer to consumer. Guaranteed puro McDonogh. To all parts from all adulterations. Treasurer package of the United States, Sergeant-at-Arm- s by parcel post, prepaid, 100 Thomas Lynch. John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William Vice President President J. P John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dit-aa- n. t.nm liar " pounds, F. O. C Owcnsboro, Ky., by freight or express, 30.00 S1.00 Sentinel J. McDermotL KENTUCKY SORGHUM IwbbbE. H GERMAN. BANK (& anti-Cler- ic MNHbbHBISbr It3iwIH BfcBBBBftmamttMBw9iLfl&aMHnvPv EXTRA PANCY STEW Puro and unadulterated Table Syrup. Short Crop. Rush your order In at once. Our sorghum is of a standard produced in a very few vicinities which have a white sandy soli that produces a superior golden color and mild flavor. Shipments will commence about October 16 th. PUT TIP OK THE FARM XJT JTo. 3 Sealed Cans 34 per Case $7.90 6 Ho. 10 Friction Top Fails per Case $0.00 8 Wo. 10 Friction Top Falls per Case 98.00 Save freight by ordering an eight bucket case as freight will not cost any more than freight for six bucket cases. Xn Barrel lots, at 90a per gallon la SS aad 60 gallon barrels, F. O. B. Oweasboro, XaweivUle, Xartford, and Xjeitchflela, Kentucky. T FRXCSS WRITE FOX ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO OAX-X.O- Fifth and Market St$. Louis E Carrico FATHER OF BRITISH TANKS. Col. E. D. Swinton as promoter of the tanks Jias won renown. FOOTBALL. Make 'QUAKER MAID INCORFORATflD XnottavUle, Kentucky all P. O. Money Orders Phllpot, Ky. on Ciwan Grocery 0. F. M has received numerous eongratulatloofl oa attaining his Goods delivered free anywhere ninety-thir- d year. He is uncle to within six blocks of our stores. The only football attraction to- the Bishop of Oseory and grand day will be between the St. Xavler usee of Rev. J. Roselter, ive yewr keys w e4ce4tea that College and New Albany High School squads. Coach Duffy has the OATnOLIO ARMY CHAPLAIN. Greea and Gold warriors ia form 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEQE and their followers look for a deRev. William QuLnn, of the docisive victory over the HooMere. lla W. StraeAwar, fawMiUle, Xf. le of Lincoln, Neb., a student at tar ta the Catholic University of America, VWnORABLK FRAXCWCAX. Cea4tt4 fteWtMeXaverla Bratheeau Ml JHmGmw has been appointed an army chap- CHeriwT. T4m venerable .Fraacstcmn of lain and ynA come to Gamp Zachary ' Wexford, Ireland, Rot. J. J. Rodbe, Taylor, thf olty. Ennls-eortb- y. I "Th Best Por Stori. Less' -- &'f ..)JA ' iri rfteL W r 0 jpjEBKjfySIJsT iitiwitiniiiiwiiinw)l 1 iyifH fflMOAK. ""Mi Bacon a son " tSgBBBBBBBBBffSOmglf? Vt w' TSASP'SSBBBSSBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsKSaBBBBBBHSg'SdBSBBl sssMalsB!aW;fcriW "I'M EASY TERMS On .INCORPORATED asssi the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. &' BRASS BEDS i4 Moderate Prices A br&M bed brightens and is a pleasing appointment for any bed chamber. They always have been and always will be popular. Now is the" time to make your selection, because we have a numbor of patterns that were bought before the even began Finished with a durable lacquer. advance in-met- BMpaVHMMLiOBVBBBBSBBSBBBBBBBBSBBBiVe STEWART'S 0 .iu FSokw JisBBffil'aigBrlfMlClBlBHSgBBi''T? MJBPiBtijriBrLBBElJr B9HMI5ipP'aHNfiflB '"LillB!BfF'OHriir ft JMBtfTJlP leSTr ' size; made to last for Satin' Brass Bed; in ainch. filler reds; end posts and ten years; it has ,..,,. ,.-- , .. SaaSSSSSSSSSSSSBeiiiMWSWSSeSSiyMJBpjlSWMj-.J- 5 , $14.00 price AMERICAN CAMP IN THE AISNE DISTRICT. Flrfst Club Plan payment $1.82 tlio balanco at American- tr6ops equipped with eteel helmets being Inspected In, their' camp In Prance, They are $0.00 a month. steadily being trained In tho art of war and are now in splendid 'fighting condition. size; has Satin Brass Bed; in full or three-quartE. J. O'Brien, Sr., James1 P. Barry, filler rods; a very popular continuous posts and ten John L. Boland, Thomas Stevens, KNIGHTS OP C01DIH $19.95 design; prico Joe E. Lanlhan, George Goring, W. M. Silk and Jim G ravens. First Club rian payment $2.00 the balance nt Late News That Will Interest $2.00 .a month. WILLIAM P. M'DONOGir. What They Have Been Doing Members Here and the Fast Week General Polished Bliss Bed; in full size only; a very massive design William P. McDonogh, who is well known to our readers, is a News Notes. filler rods with end posts', filled caps, ten with candidate for Representative from $31.00 large mounts; prico tho Forty-nint- h district, composed There will bo a big initiation at Club rian payment $4.03 the balanco at First There will be no meetings next Omaha before the year ends. a weeK. qKi.uv a iuuuui. Milwaukee Knights cot $100,000 The Ladles' Auxiliary will meet as their goal for the Liberty loan. Wednesday evening. Tho council at Grand Kapids has Division 4 is busy DreDarine for - three-quart- er ch -- . - er HIBERNIANS. furnishings, etc. Ten months are given in which to complete the payment. The interest we charge is loss than the ''fee." WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise) have been returned to collectors of Surety Coupons through their redemption. "Wo give and redeem these valuable coupons, which, means & most substantial saving on all your purso-call- There are a great many things which you can buy at Stewart's on which you need make only a small payment down. Among those are furniture, rugs, many lines of house chases. WE WELCOME COMPARISON OP STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. Stewart Dry Goods Co b CoBBtclwo INCOapctftATIA WiUi Jamea Mc Owry Ca New Vk k. HMUtWfrfflHMBIB eve. the big initiation on Thanksgiving mrQyr 9fHBSBSm FURNITURE When you buy Furnijure you should buy the kind that is net made to give away with trading stamps or cheap, trashy premiums. We do not handle trading stamps, but good Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. San Francisco Hibernians are preparing for the national convention. Division 4 of 'Minneapolis has Invested ?500 In the new Liberty bonds. JAMES GREENE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. A CANDI(E)D REQUEST , . We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avojd the tush of the last few days. RUDOLPH 230 West Market. JOS. DOUGHERTY, President. 8c BAUER 219 West Jefferson. EDW. H. NIEHAUS, Sec. and Treas. CANDY MAKERS E. E. LANNING, Vice President. DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED COAL CO. Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia City 3101 LOUISVILLE, KY. Avenue . Soalk 908 y Where the Quick Meal Comes In brigkteet; Where Um llgktMt; work la Where, work U qalekly dose; Where eooklsg hmu real fits; Where bakise give de- tee range "X light; trfnwdi Mm Jbat wQgjnjg Heal" wbre mmi Qalek Meal Gae Rea la. field, XaetalleA and Highly Reeeatmeadea Where drudge k oat of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" eoaM GEHER t& SON, w. market st. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. . ii.i V TTfc m 1111111111111111 a ruaaau n 111 is Dm niii ' agr. Ta Ka iiiiint KflNKL tk MHhtCaTmc P. -- BANON PIPE aa4 Calvert Mm, CO. ri Baaaa'i . .. .- Pait Li44e4 I1m Ur Sm r-- iMr " JWi WTUe,0aunreaay,CWaarl'c. . CeaaaHs, J OFFICE 838 hom PHonm OKtK8 WBt JEFFBHSOIC 0. oity ers-178- imiimillMUMIHIIIIMMHII I3tlst Brack, atid MftftaoHa oumb. main sor. Ava Bat. 9th lOfk. U X T mtjti Local Hibernians were pleased to see the O'Leary crowd exposed In New York City. Both Phoaea 1323 313 W. Market St. National President McLauehHn'n ESTABLISHED 1885. detractors were caught in the round-u- p of traitors. .SBBaBBsY There are ten divisions in Min 1 neapolis. Division 4, the largest, has a roster of 500 members. The Ladles' Auxiliary in many Massachusetts cities are being sup plying tho soldier boys with sweat ers. Tho Hibernians of Franklin county, Ohio, Instructed Treasurer of the Eighth and Ninth wards, and John Fineran to invest $100 In a deserves the support not only of Liberty loan bond. the Democratic party, of which he Division 10 of San Francisco is the nominee, but of the Indewill retain in good standing any pendents and Republicans, who member in the eervico of Uncle want a capable and eneregtle repSam during the war. resentative of their interests at exMr. Alauonogh's comment was OTanKiort. Much favorable made during the progress of the perience during- the legislative sesbig parade (in Milwaukee upon tho sions make him especially fitted lor showing and float of tho Ladies' the place. XT Auxiliary. KBOBNT DEATHS. The biggest Irish social event of recent years In New York Oity was ' Cum-- - complished. The funeral of Michael annual ball and. enthe eighty-firIowa Knights are to be con tertainment last night at tho Man- tnlns. who died suddenly Sunday morning at bis home, 1903 Baird gratulated. They began hattan Casino. their street, took place Tuesday from St. "drive" for $100,000, and tho latest Every request for mass outfits, Surviving film reports show they have raised Patrick's church. made by chaplains in both arms of are four small children, for whom nearly $150,000. Uncle Sam's service, up to the THE PHIL. H0LLEN2A0H 00. All third degree members enpresent time have been filled by tho there Is much sympathy. gaged In tho military or naval servLadles' Auxiliary. The Great American incorporated Friends feel much sympathy for The Ancient Order and Ladles' Frank and Margaret Brown Llston, ice will be granted dispensation to DiBtillars Or receive tho fourth regardless of the Auxiliary of Brockton, Mass., will 1055 South Fifteenth street, from probationary period. TAYLOR & WILUAMS OLD FORTUNA SOUK MABH part whom death has taken their infant hold a bazar November The quarter million dollars in"HOIiLENBAOH" PURB BYB INCORPORATED. of tho proceeds to bo for tho fam- daughter Mary Margaret. Tie fuilies of members in the war service. neral was held Wednesday after- vested in Liberty bonds by the LOUISVILLE, KY. SSS W. Maia St. Loakrrfito, Xy Supreme Board Is apart from Presi- noon, A committee of twenty-fiv- e body being tenderly laid hundreds of thousands already the Indents and the county officers has to restthe St. Louis cemetery. In vested by tho various councils In been formed for tho ball of the ail carts of tho country. county Hibernians to- - be Suffolk Mrs. Caroline Dey, beloved wife Union Council of Syracuse last held on New. Year's eve at Roxbury, of Frank Dey, 1521 West Broadway, week conferred the first decree on If into eternal Test early Mon- ten candidates, among them tho By the death of George B. Don- entered one son, Covington division loses day morning, leaving daughters. Rev. Gerald Carr Treacv. S. J.. nelly the Dey, and four chaplain of the Thirty-nint- h Infan one of its foremost members and William .j weio irau i try; Rev. i. ruuBifti ,..!., Mary', church. chaplain of Richard Rush Rankin, morning at St. circles. "Se had irlends in Inthe was one of the oldest fantry, and Rev. Edward A. Crowdivision in the Stato who will of which eho members. ley, assistant pastor of St. Vincent mourn his death. de Paul's parish. Division 49 of Cambridge, Maes., Friends tender their sympathy to There was an Impreselvo scene has arranged a programme of win 733 ter talks that will continue until Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith, Mon- on Sunday at St. Joseph's church, Kentucky street, who on Oakland, Cal., whea members of March 17, when there will be a East breakfast in the morning and ban day suffered the loss of their after the council there received holy daughter Agnes, quet In tho evening, tho addreea to a brief Illness of typhoid pneu- communion In a body. Arter the mass they proceeded in automobiles Walsh. be made by Her funeral was beld monia. ah Mrq. Thomas Howard, Jr., one of Wednesday morning from St. Vin- to the Hotel Oakland, where NONE PURER NONE BETTER elaborate breakfast was served. In the earnest workers la the Ladles' cent de Paul's ehureh. the afternoon the second and third Auxiliary at Ashland, and well degrees were conferred, i known In Louisville, who underwent lifty-tw- o Miss Mary a serious operation at the Bethesda years old, died Sheehan, morning at Sunday FOURTH DHORKB ELECTS. Hospital In Cincinnati, is improving South Twentieth her home, and well on the way to recovery. street, of a736 complication of disLouterllle Assembly No. 390. While fn the hospiUl she was well eases. She leaves one brother, Ed- Knigihts of Columbus, at its annual CALL NO. A67 EITHER PHONE, remembered by the Ladle' Aux- ward Sheehan. Her funeral was meeting at the Tyler Monday night iliary of Covlagton, who seat her Tuesday morning from Sacred elected the following officers: Faithhld ehureh, of which she (had beautiful flowers. Heart ful Admiral, Dr. J. iW. Fowler; long been a highly esteemed mem- Faithful Navigator, Camden R. VISITS HIS 8MTBU. ber. Faithful Controller, Harry A. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Appling; Faithful Captain, Harry John Haekett, formerly of New Joseph Weraert, Colgan; .Faithful Pilot, Theodore T. Dettth elaimed J. Albaay and now a soldier in the members of St. Kirn; Outside Sentinel, Al C. rpwMar Rfmy. epent a few days thte one of thv old. Paul's pariah, Mondajf morning. Brand; Inaide Sentinel, Col. Joweek wHh his steUr, Mrs. W. A. Besides Margaret seph P. Mcffinn. The business meetMrs. Bkla avenue. His Wernert. his wife, Recettver, 1 he ing wee preceded by 191'8 South Shelby, SATISFIES THAT LONGING, at command,' tawtkwwd in Georaja, has leave 'flue Jobs, wWehv Camden McAteea dinner as eon's, Joseph, acted been transferred to Camp Mills, 1. Prank. Clarence Wrn-ert- ', toaatmaeter. d Herman Former Lieut. Gov. I. and a "daughter, Mrs. Herman Fdward J. MeDermott, Col. J. P. uiww and Thomas D. Cllnea delivDoerr, ,n wanvuic, ui. INCORPORATKD OnONIN. HONOIt Wednesday Hauler t srvle8 were :held Donohoe cele ered addrecees and referred to the PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KYr, work the Knights of Columbus, are morning. Rt. Father birthSaturday was tbe fjfty-artaowg ax i;amp aaenary xayjor. rne requiem mass. day of the Vary Rer. James P. brating the activities of the order In behalf of Cwmte, V. G pastor of St. PatA of Judgment. Vlaa Josephine Theresa Nonte, the Midlers was discussed a Cats f church, and the people of eighteen years old, died Monday and gratification was expressedfreely rick's over parish made it tbe oocastoa for nignt the home, 1702 ;W- -t tbe eueeess of the work. a bappy oeieoratioa. Kentucicy sirtyi. 7 o'otoc f Wrnte, Sister Croaln oelebrated tbe BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. mass, and was greatly surprised Misses Rose and AnnaUrsuline Oon-';- 7 Sary James: of the sang a new whea the children A pleasant surprise was given Mr.. J. H. Mittel. and w anAMlallv 1U.1 "TsTV j- - tar- l.h IK Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Mtttteeeeter, 1S16 West i - V""la )ml)i.ra ii- Hnmu a., TTL Mrs.vJeot street, Monday night, me wme x wnio oocaaion, The Kentucky rI2i heard. bad TrYiAlr ooununlon. In tM funeral took laee weaBwway when a party was given in honor of Due to fhe great demand we are sow BOTTLING COMMON,, MAiMiUAil birthday efcun. her The and if you have tried tbe rest get tbe BEST. 44tisk sMiWwJ moniinr from St. hallitlnstmmt crHAu were nresnt; Messrs. and PrlONEsj-Ho't- n a oomsnunifaat thronged wan vn loiwwing pro- where he bW M Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Watt 9. r, Meadasnes Jaeob Mittlebeeler, Sr., from cWWhood. gramme was raoaarod: Jae-Mittlebeeler, Jr., Herman MwA Trof. Leo Scbsnldt Sunday afternoon Mrs. Catherine Blden, George Ooets; Mesdames Climb. Pliam 191 Hetne PfaM IMl Oraatlag and mat Qtrls of and. one Mary Qoeta, Anna Huber, Emma , lk Wlk. widow of Jsjbim school. Mittlebeeler, William Goeti. FlorO'Brien, Sr. of the oldest and most Mkw K. J. Introdtratfcm Matthew Ooetz. of St. Patrieic.s etKe Bossmeier. Address tpc, oonjfragallon James lowc to Mittlebeeler. '' ' ;' . . . ... eoagregatlon, sttocttmbed 106 West WlMiam ,M1aaes Agnes BHzabeth P, Barry. Hemme; Huber, song. "Uoys jBest rienu u u HlneVs at nerhome, le loaw three meier, JeraWthe Bossmeler; Albert Market street. d:6gMers. Tbey are Louise MUirebeeler.v Florence Boss- sVftoel. tber"B6ni of T. Burke, ons and Jfcree RAbai4 AlilrMa M. James T.. tto R- - " WUUamMrs. Mittlebeeler and Masters George Te Dwm Scbool children. lk. Mr.' Martin J. Butler. John Ooets, Jr., WlKlam Qoeti, Jr., Ray Address W. M. Silk. Remarks by wurtor, the Very Rer. Henry Bohemer and Mrs. eleven mond BoMtneier; Bmmet vaughaa Mittlebeeler. She also leaves O'Connor. J. P. Cronln, Bpttlfed and three great- grandchildren "Star Spangled Banaor" raevrr nr kwolaad. The funeral was I rrandrhlldren. Atecling bar and oUac JUoowiMd tor parity, strength, at all There are. upwards of fifty houses The Obairmait of tih KntarUfn- - hem wenneaaay moraius, wnu by celebrated hiirh mass of Jeenlts In Bngiaad. Atoayhurst mant Qunmittee ?as Jacob J. Hub- QRUBBR DBUSBJt Maawgavs, Loalaville, Kt. M Cronln. . O. nbmbera were Very Rev. ;. J - . .taken $500 worth of Liberty bonds. At Pueblo, Col., another largo class received the three degrees last Sunday. Northside Council, Cincinnati, has twenty-fou- r members serving at Camp Sherman. Columbian Hall at Cincinnati was crowded to witness the Initiation of seventy candidates. Tho Rev. Francis Finn, S. J.v tho well known writer, has becomo a member at Cincinnati. There are already near fifty Knights at the American headnuar- ters Just opened In Paris. Tho Supremo Board of Directors subscribed for a quarter of a million dollars of the second Liberty Dona. loan. There were oxemDllflnatlonfl of the third degree last Sunday at Charleston, W. Va., and Youngs-- , 2 iowTi. niiln. Omaha Council has bought two $1,000 Liberty bonds one from the seneral fund and one from the building fund. The Supremo Assembly, of the Fourth Degree Knights 'will meet today at Chicago, called thero by Supreme Master Reddln. William Jennlnes Brvan visits,! the Knights' building at damn Dodge and expressed the blhat admiration for the work being ac . FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE Has been the favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices are the fairest. Try lbs our New Blend, z i-- 2 h if Utrw pr Special Ab(s Delivery Scrvie. JOHN M. MULLOY BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA 1 If WHISKY. IS ALWAYS PURE. st . H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, K, YELLOWSTONE 0. two-ye- WHISKEY ar I DINNER INCOMPLETE -- wu-vite- Forty-sovon- th WITHOUT I F. F. X. L. BEER "Delivery Service?" Sure, n ex-Go- v. I Prompt i Mc-Ale- e; lgtaes8tla)(isjjeea)j)gX OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. Cs Ged Ofdr & rtun t.- .. u".""? Ha ., - Hr. "'; I FALL CITY BEER Wt LJ w p -- . Pir' fifty-eigh- th fol-Kw- in b ed flers WIED EMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Beer. -- , Andl-eno- e. tmeh. tttttwotl J Father