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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1917. personally, but especial thanks are Holbourn, who extended George sent twonty-nin- e music rolls, including many excellent selections. Secretary Kelly, who has been laboring dally for many weeks at to No. 2 building, was compelled take a day of Test last Sunday. His many friends came around to the building and were disappointed to learn of his absence. Secretary Doyle was in charge all day at the Auditorium as Chief Sandmann was Dusy welcoming tho 'boys from Illinois. Private Mills has been doing valiant work at No. 2 building in helping Kelly during- rush hours. Some twenty odd private dinner parties were staged in building No. 2 last Sunday, and the soldiers ate as though the camp had suffered a famine of several days. They surely were very keen on tho product, and this gladdened tho hearts of mothers and sisters who brought it out and spent tho - PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Giro Thin Office Yonr Next Order. 1 PRICE FIVE CENTS. is impossible to reach each donor I IRELAND Bishop of Kildaro "Warns His Pcoplo Against Political Controversy. kkkkBKHsP" f MIDDLESBORO Rev. Xavler Sutton Conduct a Very Successful Mission There. I ixwvxSSSjBjBSUBSIBSSS.' IMjLw JBLHkkkB Ko Justification For Rebellion in Circumstances of the Country. "Warns Against Feeling of Fierce Records of That Part of Ken- tucky Dating Rack to 17CO Many and Great Were the Pri Anger and Passionate Resentment. MUST RESPECT THE DIVINE LAW home-cook- ed vations the Immigrants Endured. PROSPECT FOR day. I f Most Rev. Dr. Foley, Bishop of Kildaro and Lelghlin, after confirming over GOO children attending the schools of the parish of Naas, expressed great satisfaction with the manner In which children had been He prepared for the sacrament. congratulated the parents, and paid a tribute to the nuns of the convent schools, whose work had been so successfully carried on under the management of their worthy and zealous pastor, the Very Rev. Father Norrls, who had the welfare of the people and the children of the parish so much at heart. subject on There was another which His Lordship said ho felt it was necessary to say a few words. Ho meant the political controversy which for some time had divided their people In all parts of the country and driven them Into camps which, he regretted to say, were bitterly opposing one another. He supposed that from the nature of the subject, which lent Itself so readily to loose rhetoric, It was only to be expected that there should be grave and even irreconcilable differences between those who took It on themselves to discuss It; but, as far as ho had been able to form an opinion, ho did not think that abuse of the lowest kind or appeals to passion and unreasonable prejudices were calculated to elucidate the many complex problems that were Involved in controversies of the kind. It was not for him in such a place or on such an occasion to enter Into a discussion of any of the- purely political aspects of the. controversy, which, if not conducted In a spirit different to that which had hitherto prevailed, would generate and perpetuate feelings of a most uncharitable and kind. He was there and then concerned solely with the aspects of the subject which seemed to him to bo likely to lead to breaches of the Divine law, which by his office as Bishop he was bound to expound and as far as possible to endorce. He would therefore warn all those who took part In that controversy, which was likely to wax fiercer every day, to abstain from the use of all language which was calculated to arouse feelings of fierce anger and passionate resentment, and to confine themselves to a free, fair and frank discussion of the purposes and principles that" really mattered. If the controversy were carried on by really competent men in that spirit the result could be nothing but beneficial to the whole country. Ho had observed that although no speaker of any weight had openly advocated rebellion, not a few appeared to assume, If they did not assert, the lawfulness of rebellion in the circumstances of the country. All he wished to say on that part of the subject was that they had only to read their to find it laid down by St. Paul that subjects are bound to obey the supremo civil authority, "not only for wrath, but for conscience sako," which words evidently meant that they were bound to obey, not merely to escape the pains and penalties of tho law but there was a conalso because scientious obligation to do so. The words of St. Paul were written to a people whoso sovereign was one of tho most degraded brutes that had ever disgraced human nature. No doubt St. Paul did not enter into details and tell them whether or not there was an extreme case of tyranny in which it might be rebel; recent but lawful to theologians who did examine that question agreed with the teaching laid down by Pope Leo XIII., viz., that it was never lawful for any private individual or collection of private Individuals as such, and of their own private authority, to take human life except In Even In an extreme case of oppression there must bo competent public authority behind a revolution to make it lawful. That appeared to him to be the meaning of tho teaching of Pope Leo XIII., and of his great master St. Thomas, whom so evidently followed. The latter unquestionably recognized that in an extreme case of oppression it was lawful for those who had elected the supreme ruler to get rid of him that was that the. body who elected him was a public authority competent to depose him; but he dealt with no other case. But beyond this particular case they were left to speculate as to what he and Pope Leo would have thought if they had contemplated what were known In their own day as provisional governments. But there was no doubt that rebellion In the circumstances of their country was absolutely unjustifiable from the point of view of Divine law. If therefore any man of influence, lay or cleric, asserted the contrary here or elsewhere in the dtooeee, it would be his duty to warn the people against him. cate-chiself-defens- e. Thomas J. Brady, from Covington, member of Company C, 327th Machine Gun Battalion, was promoted to Sergeant. Lawrence J. Hoellscher, Ray Von Hoene, V. J. Hiltz and W. H. Hlltz, all of Covington and members of Company C, 327th Machine Gun Battalion, were appointed Corporals. F. W. Carlus and G. T. RIordan, Mfl l t?Jl mf jWp1 from Newport, members of Company A, 327th Machine Gun Bat... ' fr"-nktmmmmmmm,mt mmwmmmwwwwwii 'i-n-talion, were also promoted to Corporals. WITH THE AMERICAN AMBULA NCE AT THE FRENCH FRONT. Doc Manlon, Joo Canning and FAMOUS SCOTCH COMEDIAN SPEAKING AT PATRIOTIC MEETING. Boys of Section 18, of tho American Ambulance at tho French A. M. Wagner came down to visit Harry Lauder, the famous Scotch comedian, Is now In tho United front. Chester Carson, of Evanston, 111., a Princeton student, and tho boys from Indianapolis. States. This photo shows him ad- - dressing a huge crowd In front of Albert Gllmore, of Madison, Wis. In Wall Street, New York, on war service. tho RECENT DEATHS. STRICKEN WIIILE PRAYING. cratic ticket and to especially vote Many friends wero grieved when against Hudson and Thomas for they learned that death had claimed prayer at St. While kneeling in Representative on the Republican Mrs. Elizabeth Norman, beloved Cecilia's church Saturday morning ticket. Mr. Cronan was beaten and wife of Isaac Norman, 110 East sixty-fiv- e Mrs. Mary Sheridan, aged Hudson and Thomas on tho RepubWalnut street, Sunday morning. Her years, suffered an attack of heart lican ticket were elected. But here funeral was held Wednesday morntrouble and succumbed before asIs the convincing part of this theory ing from the Cathedral. She was sistance could be rendered. Mrs. Hear Fine Music at Mass at a devoted wifo and for tho bereaved Should Contest to Expose Judgo that labor can not be swayed. Sheridan, with her daughter, Mrs. husband there is heartfelt sympathy. Labor and Its followers were esCamp Zachary Taylor Greene's High tlandcd Margaret Qulgley, was attending pecially urged to support Theodore Sunday. mass and when Mrs. Sheridan Dlehl for Senator on tho Republican Sorrow 'and sympathy of many Methods. leaned over her daughter thought friends goes out to the survivors ticket in tho Thirty-slrt- h Senatorial was In an attitude of prayer. she of Mrs. Mary Marking, whose fudistrict, Dlehl (being the ONLY During the service Mrs. Sheridan, neral took placo Tuesday morning REPULICAN CANDIDATE indorsed after bending forward lor a short Rotary Club Entertainment at from St. George's church. She was Election Results Show That Re- by these labor leaders Tho result time, gave a gasp and fell over seventy-fiv- e years old and resided was that Dlehl ran over 500 votes Auditorium Thursday Sho waB ligious Bigotry Cut No against her daughter. at 1813 Hill street. She leaves five behind Smith and Is beaten on the dead when Mrs. Qulgley sought to Evening. children, Mrs. Carl F. Frey, Mrs. face of tho returns. Tho attack on Figure. arouse her. Funeral wa's held at William P. Bannon and George H Haager only served to give 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning from Joseph J. and Henry Marking. him tho widest advertisement postho residence of her daughter, Mrs. sible, and was repudiated by tho Thomas A. Qulnn, 1832 Portland Chief Sandmann and Secretaries Monday morning funeral services Again Demonstrated Labor Typographical Union. Once again avenue, and at 9 o'clock at St. Patwero held over the remains of Mrs. ltwas demonstrated that labor can Kelly and Doyle aro Other surviving rick's church. Louisa Mitchell, an old and reVote Is Independent at not be "fooled" but the politicians are Mrs. John B. O'Leary, children spected member of St. Elizabeth's can. Active. Polls. of St. Matthews; Mrs. Qulgley, John congregation. She Is survived by a One pleasing feature is that dedaughter, Mrs. Charles Gishler; a and William Sheridan. spite the efforts of tho bigots the grandson, two brothers, John and religious question cut no figure in MORE ABOUT MEXICO. Frank Walter, and the contest. Tho Catholics on the DINNER PARTIES GLADDEN MEN Mrs. James Metcalfe, four sisters David OLD PARTY WILL COME RACK Democratic ticket ran equally as Mrs. Crites, Mrs. JohpSonf and Mrs, It has been given out through aswell as their Patsy Freeman, of Paris, France. the American press that there Is sociates on the ticket, wall the no longer any religious persecution six Cat'hollcs on tho Republican Tho funeral of Honry W. in Mexico, but two priests have arThe masses at tho Knights of At this writing it has not been ticket rap just as well as their as146 North Gait avenue, was rived from Saltillo who have a Columbus buildings, Camp Zachary sociates, the three that were beaten from St. fully, decided whether the Demo different story to tell. Both were Taylor, were celebrated Sunday held Tuesday morning because Frances of Rome church, of which crats here will contest last Tues being beaten vote in of the big seized one day at 5 o'clock In tho Democratic tho Eighth, at tho morning, taken to the cemetery morning Sundays,same hours as on ho was one of tho oldest members. day's election, but many have de- Ninth and Tenth wards. Tons of previous the first mass Ho had been in good health until clared that a contest should bo Inwhere executions are held, and then vile were put aboard a train under guard being celebrated by Chaplain Raw- - stricken with cardiac asthma two stituted by all means, if for no circulated by the literature bigots, religious Hnson, of tho 325th Field Artillery, weeks beforo death. Surviving him and brought through Eagle Pass expose of but the results show that only the brothers, into the United States. Tho Gov- at tho Auditorium on the 3 Poplar are two Borgmann,Conrad and Her- other reason than tho Chap- man W. Level road. At building No. and two sisters, Smiling" Judgo Greene, who to same old stereotyped fanatics voted ernor Informed them that ho had their sentiments, but received his orders from Mexico lain Mahonoy celebrated mass at Miss Angela Borgmann and Mrs. all Intents and purposes defied our they were offset by the Independents City. Tho two priests were not 6 o'clock for the battalions in the Herman Brands, of Charlestown, Circuit Court and the Court of Ap and voters who did not allowed to go homo even for cloth- depot brigades and another mass for Ind. peals in appointing his motley crew discriminate against a man because ing or their breviaries. Word has the 333rd Infantry Regiment in AnWidespread pervaded St. of special policemen and con- of his religious convictions. been received at the offlco of the Knights of Columbus building No. Cecilia's parishsorrow following tho death stables. Only tho good judgment other feature of the campaign which Is Catholic Church Extension Society 2 at 8:15. Chaplain Mahoney Is being freely commented upon is was on Monday evening of Mrs. Marthat the priest of the parish of San a regular to army chaplain and Reg- garet Patterson at her home, 2613 of the local authorities prevented tho ghoulish glee of the Courier-Journassigned the 333rd Infantry (Angamacutlro) was Francisco and violence, and al and Times, who gave pracWest Main street. Two weeks be- bloodshed called to attend a sick person at iment. party is ap- tically no support to the Democratic A solemn high mass was cele- fore she suffered a stroke of par- though the Democratic 10 in the morning. On his way he at 9 alysis, which her age could not parently defeated, It should force ticket and aro now pleased that was taken by armed men into a brated at the Auditorium o'clock by Chaplain Rawlinson and withstand. Mrs. Patterson was the Greene to come before the courts the tlckot was beaten. Despite the cornfield and shot to death. The fact that of the Times name of tho martyred priest was the choir of St. Mary Magdalen's widowwho tho lato William Patter- and explain, and if found guilty is Nationalthe editor of Committeeson, Democratic well known in the Rev. Francisco do P. Martinez. church, under the direction of Mrs. public lifo was Louisville and tho he should be punished just the same man ho gave no support to the for The names of tho exiled priests are Fred Harlg, furnished the music. many years of member of tho Board as tho common ordinary violator of ticket until smoked out by tho coma tho Rev. J. Chavez and Rev. Fidel Tho choir sung Haydn's Sixteenth of Aldermen. She "leaves one sis- the laws. Greene's act was a dan ment In tho Kentucky Irish AmeriDominguez. Both were of tho dio- Mass. At the offertory "Jerusalem ter and a number of nieces and gerous one and Is condemned by all can. Convertere ad Domlnum," from nephews. cese of Saltillo. To sum it all up, Charley Cronan Her funeral was held with tho exception of the d Gounod's "Galia," was sung by Mrs. made a dignified, clean campaign Josephine Barrett as soloist. At the Thursday morning from St. Cecilia's partisans who profited and emerges from tho race strong PLEASING FEATURE. close the "Te Deum" was sung by church, attended by many who will thereby. His appointee Woodruff everyone and will In the charity and help. should also be called to account in remain minds ofof our leading public One of the most pleasing feat- the choir and all the soldiers. The mls3 her one soloists of the mass were Mrs. Jocase of a contest and forced to men. tho ures of the golden wedding jubilee The same applies explain why the ballot boxes wero Frank McGrath. who Is stilltotho Col. of Gen. and Mrs. Michael Reichort sephine Barrett, Mrs. Edgar Busath, big FIRE nERO DIES. Miss Rose Watson, Messrs. Thomas not delivered to the proper authorl lovable Democratic leader, and the was tho elaborate banquet in their loD. Cllnes, Theodore Welsslnberger, n ties and juggling dene with the honor tendered by Mrs. John better testimony of the affection In The Fireman Edward at her home, 711 Randolph Ray Herman and Charles Slersdor-fe- r. McCue, heroism of Thursday morning cation of tho polling places. by who died The violin and harp solo was As for tho analysis of the vote, which he is held is shown his the street, where covers were laid for big majority old the wedding party and numerous a beautiful rendition and the sol- at the City Hospital of burns re- many and various are tho reasons homeDemocraticthe Eighth in Ninth and dier boys appreciated the music ceived in the Wlllard Hotel fire, given for the result of the election, wards.district, guests. Others who battled nobly will go down very much. in the history of but tho most convincing of all is McCue the one given by a leading member for Democracy are Frank Dugan, Louisville's fire fighters. On Thursday night an entertainFOOD PLEDGE CARD. ment was given by tho Louisville was conscious only long enough to of tho local German societies, and Col. John J.. Barry, Joe Overberg, n a man who has taken great interest Col. M. J. Brennan, Tyler Barnett Have you signed a food pledge Rotary Club at the A Ji'Itorium of call for a priest after carried him, ablaze from head In politics, both as a candidate and and Charles Barker and James E. Tho Government does not the Knights of Columuus on the caTd? party worker. This Fahey, the two efficient heads Is of ask you to keep from eating Poplar Level road at 7:30 o'clock. to foot, from the burning hostelry. Democratic It a P. M. J. Rock, of the gentleman says that the election the campaign headquarters. On Wednesday night at tho Father enough. It merely requests that many of you stop wasting food and that you Louisville Council of the Knights Cathedral of the Assumption, was was lost in the Second and Third certainty that Republican tho men on the ticket are If of Columbus, 816 Fourth avenue, hurried to tho hospital, where he wards and that the German and elected substitute in some instances. incompetent to conduct public n you nave never been guilty of the there was a reception for the chap- administered the last rites of the vote was respon- and the grand old Democratic office party sin of waste, help spread your vir- lains and the soldier boys of Camp church early Wednesday morning. sible for the Democratic defeat. will come back stronger than ever tue among your neighbors. Most Zachary Taylor at 9 o'clock. Many McCue then lapsed Into unconscious- Furthermore the speaker said that for the next contest. n of the 'boys were present to take ness, in which condition he re- he ana other prominent of them need it. advantage of the opportunity to mained until the end. Members of leaders In that district meet the chaplains and the mem- his family were at tho bedside all were warned of the trend away "' mil t.t" irr tt n night and at the hour of death. from tho Democratic ticket several bers of Louisville Council. On Saturdays, November 10 and McCue comes from a family of fire weeks ago, and that although work24, Louisville Concil will entertain fighters. His fatner Is Capt. 'Mar- ing earnestly to stop that wave enthe soldiers with a dance at their tin McCue, of the No. 3 Hook and countered a difficult problem after club house, from 8 to 12 p. m., and Ladder Company, and a ibrother. senator Ollle James' speech conhave extended the invitation to all Louis, is with the Salvage Corps. cerning the war and patriotism. soldiers In the camp. A Jazz band Another brother, Arthur; a sister, The Second and Third wards in will furnish the music and a good Anna; his wife, Irene, and two- - 1915 gave Stanley a majority of daughter, Dorothy Kelley 1,100, which was tho same given time Is In store for all who attend. year-ol- d Tho candidates for the soldiers McCue, survive him. Tho funeral Mayor Buschemeyer in 1913, and choir have been requested to be In will be conducted from his resi- 1,100 could be considered as the the Auditorium Tuesday night at dence, 1124 South Seventh street, normal majority for that district, 7:30 sharp for rehearsal under di- this morning, at 8:30 o'clock, and yet last Tuesday It went Republirection of Prof. A. J. Mohlengraft, at 9 o'clock at St. Louis Bertrand's can by over 500. This is tho opinwho has for years conducted suc- church, of which he had long been ion given tho writer by a number A detail of firemen of tho leading cessful choirs in our city and very a member. of V8BP fe$K kindly volunteered his services and will escort tho body to tho church that district, and It seems plausible, and cemetery. valuable time to this cause. but the Kentucky Irish American Miss Waller entertained a quintet wishes to advance one which is a of soldiers at tea at her home on CAMPBELL WILL SUSTAINED. factor in every election or primary. Third avenue Sunday afternoon, This is the phantom labor vote, By a final decision of the Su- which does not exist save In the and it was a most delightful gathpremo Court of the United States, minds of a few ering. politiWord just reaches our ears that further litigation with regard to the cal labor leaders who deliver this we have an orator and pleader in $16,000,000 estate of tho late vote in every election that is deour midst in tho person of no other James Campbell, of St. Louis, seems liver It to the other fellow. The than Captain Kenealy, who seldom impossible. If this be true It means writer holds a working union card raises his voice in the council meet- that St. Louis University will of many years standing and has yet ings, but made a strong talk at ultimately 'become possessor of this to see where any union man or the Lebanon installation for books, fortune, which, according to the sympathizer of unions was influrecords and music to be sent to wishes of the deceased capitalist, enced by the Indorsement of a Camp Zachary Taylor. will be used In building and main- political labor leader. Take the GEN. ALVARO OBREGON. COUNT VON HERTLING. A general acknowledgement is taining a medical college, clinical recent election. Union labor and Premier1 of Bavaria, who has been again necessary of the many books, hospital, etc., to be conducted by ts followers were especially urged Former leader of the Mexican offered the German Chancellorship. etc., received during the week. to vote for Cronan on the Demo army, now In New York. It the university. IT'S - BRIGHT FUTURE - -- - .. .. m iii Sub-treasu- ry SOLDIERS DEMOCRATS ef Tho Rov. Xavler Sutton in his tour of tho mountain towns of Kentucky camo to our beautiful city last Monday, October 29, and each night has given a stirring lecture to Your readers may bo interested to know something of our mountain town. Middlesboro Is located In Bell county, Kentucky, in tho extreme southeastern corner of tho State, a short distance from tho historic Cumberland Gap in tho Cumberland range of the Appalachian mountain tystera. Tho town is located on an open plain about four miles wide and threo miles long. Across this plain meanders a sluggish little Btream called Yellow Croek. Long before Middlesboro was In existence a trail led through this basin and over tho Cumberland Gap, made by tho buffalo and Indians on their way from tho Ohio and Mississippi Valleys to tho valleys of Tennessee and Virginia. Tho first authentic records of this part of Kentucky date back to 1750, when Dr. T. Walker, of Virginia, on a tour of discovery passed over this trail, and Cumberland Gap was named after the then Prime Minister of England, tho Duke of Cumberland. This trail became known as "Warriors' Path," and it was non-Catholi-cs. it that Daniel Boone camo In on his way into Kontucky, This route became tho great thoroughfare from Virginia and all the Southeastern States for ploncore seeking a homo In tho West. First called "Boone's Path," cro long, owing to the long stretches of forest, it waa called "Tho Wilderness over 1769 non-Cathol- ic Borg-man- n, anti-Cathol- ic fair-mind- ed al narrow-minde- Rlehl-man- fellow-fireme- German-America- German-America- Ei Tm Tn Tn ? Many and great were the privations tho Immigrants endured. Very few places bear Indian names, owing to tho hatred of the whites for their deadly foes, the Red Men. Tho sito whore Middlesboro now stands waa favorably situated to pitch camp for tho night. Many and bloody wore the battles fought hero with thp Indians, sometimes with heavy losa to tho sturdy pioneers. In 1886 several English capitalists came here, drawn by the great store of i minerals that abound In these mountains. Soon a beautiful city sprang up and men of all classes flocked here. Father Jonee, tho pastor of Middlesboro, built a large brick church and secured a spacious piece of ground on which to erect school and house. The Catholics wero numerous, but in 1892 a bant In England that had been backing the boom In Middlesboro failed and tho end came. Factories closed, dwelling houses and business buildings stood untenanted, tho popular tlon dwindled to a nrao handful of Its former number. Catholics also sought other quarters and now there remains about fifteen families of Catholics. There are, however, bright prospects that there may be a "second spuing" for Middlesboro, as ,coal, iron ore, etc., aro abundant here and capital is seeking this field. Tho first night of tho mission a severe storm swept over tho town; rain came down in torrents. It looked as if no ono could como out, yet to tho surprise of everyone a fair crowd was gathered in the church when the timo camo for the lecture. Each night tho audience Increased and tho Interest grew. Many of the leading of Middlesboro were present during tho week. Much interest was aroused by the report In tho dally paper written up by a Tho weather was after tho first night ideal, bright and cool. Much good no doubt has been dono and many aro studying tho Catholic religion who before never gave it a serious thought, A numbor of High School students gathered about & Catholic pupil and fired questions at her about rellgloun. They listened eagerly to what was said and asked for books of explanation. Tho lectures concluded Sunday night non-Cathol- ic road." $ GOOD DOPESTER. I German-America- ns Ln. Our readers will remember that Attorney James P. McDonogh, a former Louisville resident, wrote the Kentucky Irish American over a month ago, predicting that Judge Hylan would be elected Mayor of New York City and that despite the nearly unanimous support of the press Mayor Mitchell was in bad repute with tho voters. Mr. McDonogh was one of Hylan's leading supporters and It is reported he will receive a nlco berth with the Tammany administration. MACKIN COUNCIL. Mackin Council, Y. M. I., is making elaborate preparation for the big y, class initiation to be hold on Sam-da- J 1 4 November 25. Quito a nnra-b- er of applications were received Monday night and many more aro promised. President Seb Hubbuch hopes this will be the real event of his very successful administration Everything is in readiness for tfea euchre and lotto party and turkey distribution set for Tuesday night, November 20, V ' JSCBTXJOBrsr XJKISH KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. n d that it Is considered an unwise extension of office ai luh iiuiiAU. cedent, Such an "'l-H- er AJMCOJEeiOAIC- - f so much, foi1 auiuailai V? might smack of tho empirical, no Mrs. A. Frevllle and daughter, TUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. matter how well tho Government Miss Irene, left Sunday for Lexlng- te tin Seelal nn4 Mntl AiTMCcnfaet t Irlsti AaerksM mta CseH bad answered to the incumbent's to1, where they were the guests of , ,l,,hf.. fhn Oio ""? wcaw&tAreo MARKET STMET r vim in Avenue " t.wuUu iu jv. .1 -. v Aseleat Osder t m.v, !.., 4fc Lulgart-Cram0clal Inflowd byand Catfaotte KalfthttHhWatans, Yeaag Mtm'i wedding. of America. ImtituU snaKen. umi conuiuon. ol ausui-Mr. and Mrs. John Allgeler, Deer will exist when war is ended and We dive nnd Redeem Qold Trading: Stamps. CBMTUCKY IWI8H AMERICAN PHINTtNQ CO., IntarperaXd, PuhHsJw our troops are disbanded will need ark. announce the engagement of daughter, Miss Helen Allgeir, SINOLS COPY v a mailed fist and a Just mind, worK' their MfBSCRIPTION PRICK, ONB DOLLAR PEK YEAR to Robert Bauerle, The marriage Ine overtime, to control. That will take place this month. Smiii-CtfUttor. tk LaaltrNN PttKtRe u amirtl already scanning Witi S a St. political men are Affrtei H Camiss.UttloM to tin KBNTUCKY HHSH AMCWCAN, r. and Mrs. John M. Young, of tho horizon for a man of such tlm.' city, announce the engagement doubt, but in of Is their daughter Juliet to James ffi bor there can be no the meanwhile let us pray for vl Francis Finn, of Jeffersonvillo, tho fTtADES flrNfON COUNCIL. j torr and neace at an early day, o wedding to take place next Thursthat the master hand that mobilized day. the present army may be felt in reCol. Matt Winn and daughter, turning our soldiers to their proper Miss Mary, have been spending a ..SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, J917 'miSVILLB KY-- . peace with the week g spheres In a land at nnd taking in some of the good shows in New world and contented at home. is wondrously wise in her dealings COMPARE THEM. York City before returning to Are the most Comfortable, Convenient and Best Work with the .faults, sins, follies and The Fords and John Devoy, who campaign Just passed failings of mankind. Her instituIn tho Garments Ever Manufactured. FJgP j,N0 BINDING I for years have been like the KilMrs. George M. Eady and daughshowers of vllllflcation and abuse tions are based upon tho experience suspenders I ' P. and wisdom of ages. They are de- kenny cats, and always traducing ters, Misses Frances and Virginia Do not accept substitutes. Insist on tho original and wore turned oaCol. James Eady have been visiting REINFORCED the local Democratic signed to meet gret needs in hu- those who differed with them, are Nunn Eady's who Whallen, only LEE UNION-ALLparents, Judge T. J. Look for the label. Mrs. STliA IN POINTS leader, principally by men who man life, to encourage faith, foster united and now stand for the Nunn and Mrs, Nunn, in Marion they are out in for several weeks, have returned. "Wo enthusiastically urge you to see this new work suit. pose as political reformers and virtues, develop and conserve the Sbclallsts. At last No matter what your trade, profession or employment in leaders of good government, but treasures of mind and heart. Judged their true colors. One of the popular Thanksgiving who are only conspicuous at tho by its service to mankind In this day life, if you wear overalls either in your daily work or only The bigot and traitor are twin Miss eddincs announced is that of Nora Catherine Martin, who is head of these reform waves when present world, measured alone by brothers. 'Don't forget this. periodically for odd jobs, you can't afford to be without to become the bride of Natthew M. political jobs are in the balance. the Hfo that now is, Catholicity has ono of these splendid garments. LEE UNION-ALLMuldoon aro at St. Patrick's church never been a movement more than justified Its existence There has COMING EVENTS. Thursday afternoon, November 29, all in ono piece (like your union underwear). No binding Is started for the good of Louisville and merits success and at 2:30 o'clock. The bride-to-b- e perbelt or double thickness about tho waist; no chafing popular daughter of or a fund raised forv charity that petuity. Qo ask the afflicted and Council the pretty and M. Martin, of 517 Mackln 20 November Mrs. Margaret iKfVU SWINGING suspender straps a perfect fitting suit. Col. Whallen has not been Identified unfortunate who have experienced euchre and lotto entertainment at South Twentieth street, and tho fm-st- ez POCKETS II with and done mora than his share, the help and consolation adminis- club house. prospective groom is in the Motorists, mechanics, farmers, machinists men in all 23 Euchre and lotto lils defamers are slackers of tered by the "Little Sisters of tho while November business and is an active Orphanage Sewing member of tho A. O. H. trades all over tho country, aro spending every working the worst type. Not a single one Poor." Question tho children who by St. Thomas were are safe In tho shelter of orphan Society in K. of C. Hall, afternoon fm Automobile owners carry a M SEWED SEAMS hour in LEE UNION-ALLof these psoudo reformers OILYNGE FOR BETTER. and evening. Identified with or contributed to asylums, saved from tho gutters, by suit in their cars to slip on quickly when tho emergency 7 Annual ThanksNovember the Y. M. C. A. building, the SalvaThe many friends of Rev. Father he sacrifice and devotion of priests giving entertainment of St. Boniface demands. And"thcy aro good tho entire year around O'Mahonoy, assistant rector at the Army Citadel, the Knights of and nuns, who are educating them Men's Society. tion can bo worn next to the skin in summer and over clothing Cathedral and chaplain of tho Columbus war ifund or purchased to ibecomo useful citizens. Question 7 Euchre, lotto Knights of November be rein winter. conturkey raffle by ladies and joiced that Columbus, willhas unLiberty bonds. Their record his condition of the Inmates of Homes Good and gentlemen of parish at St. Patrick's dergone to Shepherd, who have been sists solely of contributions a decidedly favorable Come in today and slip on your size. See for yourself rescued Hall, Sixteenth and Market. change at St. Joseph's Infirmary, political hypocrisy and sham from the vortex of vice, sin, shame if LEE UNION-ALL- S are not perfect work suits tho November 28 Oyster supper and where he was critically ill with tyand crime. Their answer will bo turkey Tattle by Men's Society of phoid fever. It was learned Thursgarment you have always wanted. sufficient to strike dumb the man St. Leo's church, iHighland Park. day afternoon that he may soon bo FORCE. who would destroy these instituGOVERNMENT LACKS November 28 Euchre and lotto able to return to his pastoral duties. tions, or hinder their work. by Young Ladies SodaHty of St. The conference of tho Sinn Fein MISSION CLOSING. UNIOMJMit WVMADC Ann's church, afternoon and evenparty, which was held in Dublin, ing. 'TALL PEACE TALK." The mission that Fathers Logan decided to establish a provisional 6 Annual charity January of St. Louis Bertrand's government without delay and a Sewing Society for and Cahlll, band, have been While "peace talk" is deprecated social of Ladles' conmissionary Hospital. constitution, also provisional, for in the press and from tho platform St. Anthony's ducting for two weeks at St Cecilia's church, will come to a solemn close the purpose of securing Interna- at the present time, it must not bo C8CS0OaC3XPC8aOTgCKOf.JCM0gg tomorrow night, when the Papal tional recognition of Ireland as an forgotten that tho moro peace is blessing will be bestowed. The atNow whllo discussed by diplomats tho nearer independent republic. tendance at all the services was 'As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" we have no dearer wish than to see it will be. There is a difference laTge, and the results aro very gratithe dream of the Sinn Fein party between peace talk on tho part of C83333ttC9S3e8S33XC83S3ttSSX0tt fying to Father Cranoy, the pastor. FUNERAL FLOWERS realized, at the same time we can responsible statesmen and opposiCHAPLAIN AT ST. jpSEPH'S. Miss Mayme Constantino, of not closo our eyes to the fact that tion to tho war programme of the 4 Is visiting relatives in the proposed provisional govern- Government on tho part of irreSt. Joseph's Orphan Home has a A Special Spray $3.00 new chaplain, the Rev. Henry Kell, ment will foe without power to en- sponsible pacifists. The latter kind Atlanta. formerly of St. Mary's church, A Special Wreath $5.00 force Its decrees or compel obedi- of "peace talk" Us mischievous. It Mrs. Bert Stigers, of Portland, Nenzel, Neb., In tho diocese of no international can lead to nothing but harm and was In Henderson visiting relatives Kearney. ence and will have The climate there not week. is Httlo short of treason. Tho for last standing whatever, and therefore agreeing with h.m he came to Louisville, and Bishop O'Donaghue can not hope for any assistance mer may lead to a definite underJoe Price has been Mrs. any of tho great nations. In- standing and peace in tho end. her sister, Miss Joslo Boone, of asked him to take the chaplalncy- - I W from imiumii of St. Joseph's. Wo note that discussion of peace New Haven. deed not one of tho belligerent noffmsnot terms by statesmen has died down powers Is in a position where" it fcurth Avenue taurvMtv KNOTTSVILLE. visMrs. Nolan In the last few weeks. The only iting Mr. and B. Dant has been could consistently champion Ire thing Mrs. J. H. Mahoney has been tho The" Rev. P. A. Maher, O. P., of We telegraph Flowers Everywhere land's cause as defined by Sinn giving in that lino peace .programme In New Haven. New York City, spent the past week out of the Fein, for each and all of them have of the county; Knottsvllle; Daviess Mrs. P. R. McMakin, of Bloom-fiel- at Russian soldiers and workTHE SIGN OP QUALITY within their boundaries nationali- men. That is so visionary" was a visitor here for several where he conducted a most gratifythat it days last week. ing mission at St. William's church. Highl'd 7413 ties which they rule with an Iron merits little attention outside tho Many were greatly East 180 band and which, are as much m- -, circle of Socialist dreamers who are In the clothing field the leadership Mrs. J. W. Fltzpotrick and daugh- Impressed with both tho services KENTUCKY tltlea to an independent existence's now in their glory in the once pow- ters, of MIddlosboro, were here for and his sermons. LAUNDRY la Ireland. Nothing therefore Is to erful Slav empire. From tho ruins a visit last week. of Kirschbaum Clothes has long been an CO. HOWARDSTOWN. be expected from them. Nay, more, of Russia peaco can hardly come to Incorporated had as Miss Mattlo Mao Farroll 'we believe that it England herself a world that Is engaged in the hor guest tho past week Miss Bessie established and unquestioned fact. 2 Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue, were willing to submit Ireland's greatest struggle In history. Nicks, of Nashville. l, Underbill accompanied by Father Daniel St. case to the peace conference, visited Howardstown, and on Geo. Dearborn But because no discussion ds now Mrs. Nolan Dant was last week None like Kirschbaum for richness Manager neither her allies norther enemies heard of tho Pope's peaco note it tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sunday administered the sacrament of confirmation to a class at St. would permit It because it would would bo a mistake to suppose that Mahoney at Now Haven. Ann's church. WITH ME EVER. open the doors to tho many nation- the note was a failure. of fabric, for individuality of style, One need guest Mrs. Joo Prlco had as her alities within their borders which not be an experienced diplomat or YOUNG LADIES SOCIAL. A little metal crucifix, week her sister, Miss Joste for custom refinement in tailoring and demand independence. In view of politician to realizo that in suggest- the past of New Haven. As plain as It can be, Boone, The Young Ladles Sodality of St these facts It may be not out of ing terms every contracting party Ann's church will entertain with a But only GodIt In heaven knows How dear is td me. finish. Miss Edith! Dowling had a pleas- social In the school hall, Seventh place to ask what can the Sinn Fein takes its stand on the top of a hill party hope to accomplish, hy' the from which it is prepared to de- ant visit in Fairfield last week, tho and Davies avenue, Wednesday and I have It always with me, guest of Mrs. Salllo Clark. Thursday afternoon and evening, establishment of a governuii&nt that scend, at least a little. The clever In every step I take, November 28, social games to be can 'not govern and that would bo man Is he who can judge most Mrs. Walter Byars has had as the feature, called at 2; 30 and 8 At evening when I slumber, At morning when I wake. Without the necesary force to main eaplently how far the other is pre guests Miss Frances Short and Mrs. o'clock. Henry Mullins, or Mayfield. pared to come down. It is obvious tain Its existence? In hright or cl- udy weather, MILITARY DANCES. that the "tall talk" of peace terms In sunshine or in rain, Mrs. R. S. Welch has returned to happiness now indulged dn will bo discounted Scottsvllle, after spending several SURE riJACE SIGN. The local . Knights of Columbus In In pleasure or sorrow, or in pain. at the conforenoe table. No unal- weeks hero with her daughter, Mrs. will give the first of their military A reasonably .sure .sign of an terable terms have as yet been sug- Kemp. dances at the club house tonight It helps mo in my struggles, early peace is to be found in the gested. These' will como later on, and a special Invitation has 'been It reprooves me when I sin, Mrs. Kate O'Connor and daughter unrest of the peoples of the various when, 'the peace conference has Annie, who were here for a week- extended to the soldier members of Its look of gentle patience Tayof C, at Camp tho Rebukes the strife within. belligerent countiles. This' unrest nearly finished Its work. end visit, havo returned to Bowling lor. K.Every member ofZachary the council Green. Js evidenced 3y the changes in the attending Is exp6cted to bring two In days of pain and anguish SHOULD BE AIDED. personnel of tho various cabinets. The greatest help I know Mrs. Albert Cunningham has re- or three ladies. The next dance will be These changes, it should "be noted, turned to Leitchfleld, after a pleas- vember held Saturday evening, No- Was to hold that little crucifix The winter is coming on. The 24. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON Until I calmer grew. to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. are not because of failure to achieve prices of the necessities of life are ant visit victory in the field, but because tho very high. The destitute who, from Ramsey. 11H ! tM i O. LECTURE. K. OP 1HH H And looking on that 'Figure peoples are tlied of war and want sickness or other cause, can not Which hung in patience there Miss Claudine Doncaster camo In District Deputy Joseph Bruns, I saw tho dreadful torture ministries to whom a reasonable obtain remunerative employment from Taylorsville last week for a of ColumWhich Ho in love did bear. proposal of peace will be welcome. will suffer severely. Hero In Louis- visit with hor sister, Miss Grace of the Indiana Knights"Knighthood bus, will lecture on Germany, Austria, France and Italy ville we havo many conferences of Doncaster. of the Future" to tho members of His feet aro nailed together, -are in the throes of Cabinet up- tho St Vincent do Paul's Society, His loving arms outspread, Mrs. John P. Hanley. Crescent the local council next Wednesday heavals, and In England Govern- and every branch! of that society Hill, has returned from a delightful! evening, and as the speaker has a And blood Is dropping slowly d Down from his in wide reputation a good audience Is ment measures havo been defeated should bo generously aided by the visit to Mrs. Florence expected. head. Cincinnati. in the House and a demand for parish whose poor It undertakes to And how could I then murmur general election has swept the coun- aid. Miss Marguerite Moran is spendFUNERAL DIRECTORS. Or bitterly complain ing tho winter with her uncle, try. A general election In EngThe Falls City Puneral 'Directors' When love for me induced Him Martin Moran, and Mrs. Moran, WHAT JIAY COJIE. land would put tho peace party Into To undergo such pain? Deer Park. Association held Its annual meetpowei and perhaps .be fraught with ing at a dinner at the Tyler Hotel, war is not ended by the If tho Mrs. W. H. Haney and daughter graver consequences for the throne President; Edward S,o when the time approaches our present administration has Sarah have been vlsltkig Mrs. Thomas Keonan,Vice President, and That I will have to die Schoppenhorst, and the oligarchy which rules Eng- time sHgflrflamw''' finished Its term, the question of a Haney's mother, Mrs. O. J. Thur- Hency Oossee, Secretary and Treas- I hope that little crucifix gsaVVSMSssny ' land, for England Is hot a democ- new Will close beside me lie; mond, at Danville. urer, were all President to undertake the for the racy, as the of the gigantic business that has forced Miss Eleanor Hegewald, East ensuing year. That the Holy Name of Jesus reptile press would have us believe. Itself upon Woodrow Wilson will May be the laBt I say; be Tenth street, New Albany, had as FOR YOUR BIT. Anyhow, the peoples of the nations a topic '. And kissing that dear crucifix that will shake us from h)er guest this week Mlas Rose MaSizes 5 to 8 1.750 are tired of war, that is certain, center to circumference. We recall honey, of Logansport My soul may pass away. Have you given a donation toward Caroline Harris Gallagher. and If their governments could be that some of us were pleased and to 11. Sizes 8 .$2.00 in the purchase of a mass outfit for Louisville JFE0ETBjr made to respond to their wishes we somo of us were critical of Presi- New York people registered H. an army or navy chaplain yet? If MISSIONARY EFFORTS. week were T. last you haven't, now is the time! would see a speedy end of this dent Wilson's Sizes 11 to 2 $2.50 announce- Reilly. W. B. McLean, J. O. Best These mass outfits for chaplaincy historic inlaultous- war, whose only result ment Catholic missionary efforts among use cost $100 and contain all the "he was too proud to and Mrs. J. J. Censor. which have been up to date is countless broken light," a figure of speech that he necessary articles for the celebraMrs. P. O'Connor and Mdss Grace tion of holy mass. You may not be gradually Increasing for tho met hearts and huge fortunes for the meant to the last letter in the O'Conner, have returned zealous Getting the RIGHT shoes for children is a REAL prob-le$100, but you can and few years, mainly under the priests, profiteers of England, France and words. If tbe old saying "He who from a mowfch's visit to Mrs. O'Coa-ner- 's able to give give the two Paullst you should a donation toward efforts ofBertrand L. Conway and Mobile, Ala. sister in Germany. It Is to the credit of our fights and runs away will live to They must look dressy, yet withstand the hard wear of the purchase of one. Donations for FathersM. 01111b, are to be sys own Government that it has pro- night another day" oould be applied be sent to the James Furey left Sunday night these outfits mayExtension" Society, tematically prosecuted. The two John J. actiya youngsters. We feature four styles of the RIGHT vided the machinery to prevent ex- to so brave a man as our President, on a visit to relatives at Atlanta, Catholic Church Paul Is ts have been conducting misan extend 750 McCormiek building, Chicago, sions all over tho country, adver tortion on the part of those who we would My that in his fighting he and from there will take kind at a special price patent, with cloth or kid tops, and 111. fttoKPly the necessaries of life and is whipping a colossal army Into ed trip through the South. tised especially for the attention of and have been dull calf, with cloth or kid tops, in button or lace styles. CONSISTORY UNLIKELY. other things, and if this work be simp with the energy and preclolon Miss Alma Holsbog, of Jefferson-vlllIn regard to the report that Pope greatly encouraged by tbe results. as It ought, ana we believe that Indies lite training as a prodone lias returned from Troy, Ohio, con- In each of their missionary efforts hold t&irt the President will Me that it Is fessor in colleges and bespeaks the where she was a bridesmaid at the Benedict Intends to end of aNovem- they have enlisted the aid of laysistory toward the of a slumbering wan lor, wedding of Miss Ethel Knoop. o dose, one of the worst evite of aroiwan ber, at whleh he will deliver an men. This aid had been furnished who appeared determined,'' masterand create usually by local councils of the war will be eliminated. Mrs. George Tether, of New Al- Important allocution the ful and espoused th cause of figbt bany, is 'home from Billings. Mont., several Cardinals, the Catholic Press Knights of Columbus,, but now sep correspondent men who helped have formed a with sin the paraphernalia and where she had been vteittng her Association's Rome that It is SHHVIOK TO MANKIND. arate organisation for the single has been informed daughter, Mrs. L. A. Donahue. of war and might. that 1m has any such inten purpese ef promoting, missions to S FOURTH AV8MJE Only toe ignorant and bigoted Mm third term parted of Pri- It Is Vr. and Ura. J. H. Call ill hare tion. The Saared College contains olic Uaity League. eaMed the Cathwill my that tk OatfcoHc obtirtfa ' fenttel Mrrfe is not farwad, ot closed Ufair oouatry home on the sixty-si- x now members any other reasoa as Brownsboro road and are hero to at theIr aparUni pro-lsp- lrut VA-- "vv 1 . -or "". HERMAN STRAUS SONS J ut Jl-2- 1 Ill WK UNION -- A1IS S. sight-seein- UNION MADE JL j9 S black-smithi- ng S. 26-2- 26-2- 15-1- MSigSl In Khaki In Blue $2.75 $3.25 SOCIETY. 1tHHMWteeHt)HtHHMHM4ltWHH LEADERSHIP IN k nits and Overcoat! d, non-Catholi- cs 014-02- s Drls-col- - $16.50 $20 $25 $30 $35;; Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge CLOTHING SPECIALISTS H"H"H"-HH-M-M-"- tfc$?t9ft'A thorn-crowne- MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S oenny-R-llne- rs ' ed School and Dress Shoes 1- -2 jasPSBSsssssssssssssssssssssss 1- -2 - tht Peerrk, n. e, ua-ltks- fy 417-41- y iw ., m V '". js:iaK:ixjos3r RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. 'BSBssBBBrjsv xjriK c A.JSXEZXZX&AJ&: GElIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS s" y f J f5tsiy & )y issHEsss 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, Cattle and Hogs At Yoir Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. ,, ASK 3TOR GOLDEN AGS BRAND MACHINE DRIED MACARONI, CLEANER THAN MEAT ALL GROCERS. SPAGHETTI, NOODLES. AND BETTER TO EAT 5c and lOo Padbagea Nothing just as good Accept no substitutes. LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated flHEflPFflE I t sbse i, h B' bbb&ibV' bbsssbbvjs ? K 4 f xSb gLjj&yffSfr River Road, East of Home Phono City 721 Cut-O- ff - Cumberland Main 721 ASSOCIAXXM9 CHILE PARLOR FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 410 Soath BIghth Street. Homo Phono City 3908 H. W. ENGINEER Steam and Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND CONTRACTING LOUISVILLE, KY. 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Homo Phone, City 1140 HENRY 407 EAST OAFE AND LATJER REUTLINGER LIQUOR HOUSE 0. 0 0. THEY HOPE Jag and Bottle Trade A Specialty JEFFERSON ST. PLATE GLASS Guardians of Liberty Arc Active Near Preston 123 SOUTH THIRi STREET LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY as Sponsbrs of Prejudicial Both Phones Homo Phono, City 1533 Laws. POULTRY FOOD AND Automobllo Repairing 8UFPLD3S GEO. F. BREITENSTEIN Freo Advico on Poaltry and MACHINE CO. Pet Diseases Engines, Pumps, El era tors and Mnke Plain That tlio PrcscntxIs General Machinery Repairs No Time For False Promptly Attended To 210 WEST MARKET STREET Security. Quick Delivery 3 SHOP: EAST MAIN ST. Homo Phono City 6085 Pbone City 5692 P. FREDERICKS H. Platoff , Prest. s. Features Brought Out at MeetI. Bush, Dealer In ing of Ono of Chicago PLATOFF & BUSH RAGS, METAL, IRON, SCRAP Incorporated OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Courts. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND Paper Stock A Specialty BUILDERS 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET Special Attention To Repair Work Bet. Market and Jefferson .Estimates cneerfully Furnished THEY FISH IN MURKY WATERS LOUISVILLF, KY. OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. Phono 2543 W. R. TISOHENDORF FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Adolph Rcutllngor The Home Headquarters for Walnut Street CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Wall Paper and Window Shades See as about anything In Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We sell, buy and rent. real YOUR CHRISTMAS MAHj. tad Window Shades Made to Order. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Christmas mall for your soldier Home Phone City 2517. Home Phone City 4464. boy abroad should bo mailed not later than November 15. V. B. YANN DAHtY COMPANY Phono City 2771 ALONG IN YEARS. 0. T. THOMAS & CO. 803 1NCORPOXU.TBD 2?fiIVIV3EI JOS.East -- CONTRACTOR FOR ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK x 1315 S. Twenty-sixt-h St. tSPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 368 Mil West Broadway, X.o1stU1, Xy. JOHN B. O'LEARY CO. HENRY SAM I,. ROBERTSON Roerras, qtjttbkhto, SFOUTxare tin Roofs Repaired and Painted of the Overcoat. Tremendous Overcoat where there's a happy choice for every chooser. Splendid overcoat fabrics, styles in many variations, and values that continue to exhibit preme Court of tho United States, years old Saturwas seventy-twday. The great jurist was the recipient of many telegrams and messages of congratulations. o Chief Justice White, of the Su- 608-S1- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. REAL ESTATE G30 Both Phonos 4263 CHAS. ANSON WEST JEFFERSON STREET t Lonlsvlllo, Ky. NGRAVERS HALLER'SPETSHOP Scc-Troa- A SWEET TRIBUTE. Successor to C. Molter BAKERY AND 731-73- 214-21- CONFECTIONERY Rudolph & Bauer can justly be Special Attention Given Picnics and proud of the tribute paid their Weddings. Ico Cream and Sherbets candles by the young soldier, W. 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. P. Grlgsby, who was made a prisoner by tho Germans last week. In Phone City 4803 a cablegram to Ills family hero AUTO young Grlgsby wrote asking lor them to send him some more of LAUNDRY AND REPATO SHOP "that good candy" from Rudolph & John McQuany, Prop. Bauer's. Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and CONSECRATED. DemilOH KNGRAVING COMPAN3 ARTISTS. ENGRAVHRB JBLECTROTYPERS MS W. Mala St., LouisvlUe, Xjr Hoste Phone City 8874 war, Augustus Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of crete and Wrecking. 404 S. Preston. Homo City 2909 Meyer Goldberg M. A. Goldberg LOUISVILLE AUTO PARTS CO. A recent meeting of the add to our value-givin- g Guardians of Liberty held in Chicago is of interest because of sevfame. eral features' which were torought to our notice from first hand observation. This meeting of Court Up. $15 No. 6 of that society was held at Grace Methodist Episcopal church, FRANK OAMFIELD corner LaSalle and Locust street. This fact throws a peculiar light on SALOON the makeup of the forces at work against the church and is in itself Jolinson and Main Streets ' a telling comment on the duality of tho feathers of the birds who there Phono City 4846 nocked together. Third and Market Tho meeting itself was .taken ud BARRETT FURNITURE CO. by an opening address made by the N8W and Used presimpg omcer of Court No. 5, FURNITURE in whdeh he spoko on tho principles EVERY THING DRY. upon, which tho order is founded, Stoves, Store and Office Fixtures patriotism, lovo of country, uphold Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Fifteenth and Oak ing of tho constitution and tho in120 East Market Street struction of the members in the in INCORTORATHD Phono City 3608 Phones: City and South 1813 telligent fulfillment of their clvdc duties. Democracy, autocracy, di Clean Jprocery Stores, vine ngnt wero served up In abun-4 'W - dance and without further explanaIn public. Best Por Less9 tion. Ono of tho audience assures Goods delivered free anywhere us that: "Tho undercurrent of his STAY AT HOME. address was unquestionably elimina within six blocks of our stores. tion or a certain organization, a Official figures, recently pubcertain institution "which is under lished, show that as a result of tho mining tho institutions of our coun war, Irish emigration has almost 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, try." ceased. For seven months JanuThe chief attraction of the occa ary to July Inclusive .there wero sion, however, was an address of a only eighty steerage passengers to certain "Rev." R. Keen Ryan, who, tho United States, as against 1,600 as tho Menaco in an advance notlve in the same period in 1916. of the meeting tolls us. "Is Grand NORTON BUILDING Chaplain of tho Masonic order for SOUTHERN DELIGHT. tho State of Illinois and a very N.W. Cirner Faurth and Jelletm X Curab. Mala 209S-- a Home City 200S prominent urangeman. tenor The cupful of cornmoal. very ofh!s speech was of 1 111 cupful flour, three H ft t i i frfr moaesi disclaimer first anyall a K personal lor tabiespoonruls baking powder, ono merit In: braving tho threatened tablespoonful sugar, tea- dlro punishment of certain violent spoonful salt, d cupful parties who took exception to cermine and water mixed, two tain attacks of his on a certain Inmelted bacon fat. Mix in stitution. Ho would do his duty Funeral Directors order given, beat well, bake In a como what may. Tho gentleman shallow pan in a hot must bo fond of "Pickwick Papers." Ernbalmers. oven about twenty minutes. Left men ror tno edification of has hear-or- a over pieces may ,be split, buttered ho would have them remember AL. S. SMITH, PROP. and browned In oven. that ho la doing his ibit for the 10 XrSBIXC Government, serving as a member Telephone 1032. of tho Eremntlon Board lor his dis TAKE A CARE. trict For tho irest ho held forth length on tho merits of tho pub- than ever to bo hedge our, words Boys and girls, what 13 it you at lic school as the bulwark and with common sense and a sense of can never catchi, though you chaso strength! of our institutions, as tho in our professions of after it on tho wings of tho wind.? BOTF PHONES 810. fountain of loyalty and devotion to devotion to our country that wo You can never catch tho word that flag. Fervently he hoped for are not open to the suspicion that has onco left your lips. Once spoken the tho day when Catholic parents our loyalty Is not as it should be, It is out of your mouth; do your SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. would realize this paramount truth a matter of course, but something best you can never recall It. Theredone do as every patriot you fore Never w andthe matter of providing hasproper which needs largo publicity to mako speaktake car whatword, say. Impure In R accepted. a an unkind an education, for their children. A further proof that our foes word or a profano word. doing things on tho alert The choicest morsel served at this mWtWiMitiWiMAM4iMMMMmMMWmwmMW s intellectual orgy was the announce- arotho fact, ,which and must honestly n we is FASHION'S DICTATES. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y 5 ment of the Chairman of 'tho Legis- admit, that the Monaco has of late lative Committee of tho Guardians Improved both in editorial acumen White satin collars are almost at that the freo text book bill advo- and skill and In makeup. If we a premium. cated in Illinois (had been intro- are alseep at the switch they may iMack organdie is much duced into and sponsored in tho succeed in ua or de- neckwear for mourning. used for Legislature by the Guardians of railing us. C. B. of C. V. Buckles are used this year on Liberty. It had gono through its some of the new frocks. second readdng, but had been killed ALL AVE ASK. Jet and bead trimmings are used in committee, owing to the vigorous action .of a Catholic layman We are always glad to get local on many of the new hats. as representative of an active Cath- news and to give it space according The square decolletage Is featolic organiaation. He bade the sym- to the demands made upon us. We ured on many of the new evening SSHS6 pathetic hearers heart, for that all tVVVVMVVVVVVVV4ViVVVViVVVVVVA? thoro wore hopes takebetter success ask, however,later than local news frocks. of Wednesday Waistcoats are agin featured in reach us not next time. of the week intended for insertion. frocks and coats, and they are deAll of which bids us bo up and cidedly smart. doing our bit of watchful waiting. GENUINE HARMONYr High collars are going to sup. j. imm. vArHlVn, Jns plant collarless neck arrangements T. N. MEKHilCE. 4 For we are very gravely in error If wo think that now, being at war, X hK.KHfr. Wm rm. Tnk. of the harntony exist- for street wear. 2 the attention of our enemies is ingAn evidence organisations SctnUry. dibetween Some of the striking new evening diverted from us. Rather we should vergent creeds at Salamanca, of Y eoats N. show very deep hoods at the know they are using thte very time Is that of the council of "Knights of of oonfueion and turmoil to flh Columbus and the Masonic order back of the collar. d chiffon is used this In murky waters, to improve our a in conceotratloa on protestations of In the addition furnishinglocal ward season, as in other seasons, to line hos- blouses of many to the loyaRy and, heralding of our patriSewer aa4 Calvert rise. Jiues. pital. two societies bear an otic bit to our own undoing. That equal The of Turnback cuffs are a smart finish cost. share the to so ie evidenced by a Mttle (o the sleeves of some of the tail Wall Capinrf, Drat Tile, YMrife IrkSt, X this leaflet circulated at the above menored coat suits of cloth or velours. snows ISO STARS. nr rime LiaiBg, rita BfKK tioned meeting and Entitled "CathTwo yards seems to be the olics condemn themselves admit 6rte Hd Beiler Tile, Cremti Fire Cly, CMsBy Ufi. Rev, James J. O'Brien, pastor of favorite width decreed by the masevery charge brought against the OFFICE B28 WEST JEFFERSON church." In it are very cleverly St. Catherine's church, Spring Hill, ters and makers of fashions for our . turned against uc many quotations Semerville, Maes., has unfurled a winter skirts. Chenille embroidery marks many HOWFHOWIOITY57a-17- . taken from their context and made eervice Hag on the entires grousds CUMB. MAIN 07. to make vm eeem. out of whleh shows a field of 130 stars, sf the naw models in, velours, and X WOnk latkwttf Breck. umA Megitelta At., Bet. tk aiHl iStk. Z touch with ami evenutterly to. our representing the number 'of young very good effects may be gained oppoeed men of that parish in the sation's with a eomparatively simple design. American form of government. Cheeked velvets are ntueh, in It behooves ua oertfclnly wm more serriee. CONFECTIONERY LUMBER COMPANY HUBER'S BAKERY Wedding and Birthday Cakes My Specialty. Assorted Candles. Two Stores SOO E. Walnnt 745 E. Jefferson and LEVY'S QUAKER MAID' "ihe MI WHm4M Repaired 213 West Kentucky Street Nino prelates, including five Phono 6593 Archbishons. wero nresent at the GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. consecration of the Right Rev. Dr. Incorporated John McCarthy as Bishop of SandA. Lazar, Manager hurst, Australia, in the Sacred Heart Cathpdral at Bendigo. Dr. Money Advanced on Your Plain Noto McCarthy, who Is a native of Clare. 313 West Jefferson Street was private secretary to Arch- (Second Floor) msnop uarr. in addition to being dean of the Cathedral ho was Vicar Homo Phono City 2967 General and Chancellor of the archPRINTING ARTISTIC diocese of Melbourne. FIRST CLASS WORK REFUSE MEAT FRIDAY. Glvo This Office Your Next Order Good Episcopalian women of Bmporla, lias., ' havo been serving 317 W. GREEN ST. tuncnes xo soldiers passing through. Telephone City 946 Recently they gavo boxes of food to many soldiers on a train. After tho train had, pulled out tho sup- HOLLENBACH'S WINE HOUSE posedly empty boxes wero gathered Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. up, and 60 per cent, of them wor.e lounu to contain untouched juicy Importer and Dealer in steaks. Tho boys wero Catholics, WINES AND LIQUORS and tho day of tho week was Fri144 South Tldrtl Street day. Tho ladies said they wished all mothers had boys who wero not Home Phono 1191 ashamed to practice their religion 518 East Market Street Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts for Automobiles Write Us. Highest Price Paid for Old Automobiles Phone City 7798 JACK EAGLE SHERDDAN OAFE AND POOL ROOM N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market Cumb. Phone Main 2019 Homo Phone City 2 5 6 4 r - J. G. PULIJAM MOVING AND PACIONG Motor Truck Express MOVING A SPECIALTY 231 West Green Street Home Phone City 9130 PIANO DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT FRED ERHART ARCHITECT year-olBanlc, to which you caa. Start a Savings Account with thU safe, conservative, Sixty-onadd Jl 00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,00. e d GERMAN INSURANCE BANK thHfertJwBlsCltk State GwerMHt Sveerrtsien SKHd aid Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers BOTH IXOIJ38S. MM. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. 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To all parts from all adulterations. Treasurer John F. Burke. package of the United States, Sergeant-at-Arm- s by parcel post, prepaid, Thomas Dlg nan. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. 100 pounds. F. O. B. Owensboro. Ky., by freight or express, $30.00 AMERICAN HAVANA DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, S1.00 SOIMb side-tracki- KENTUCKY SORGHUM BXTBA FANCY NEW Pure and unadulterated Table Syrup. Crop. Rush your order In at Short once. Our sorghum Is of a standard In a very few vicinities which produced have a white sandy soil that produces a superior golden color and mild flavor. Shipments will commence about October 16th. FUT TJF OK THE FABX IK Ko. 3 Sealed Cans 24 pec Case $7.30 6 Ko. 10 Friction Top Falls pec Case 86.00 8 Ko. 10 Friction Top Fails pec Case ffl.00 Save freight bv ordering- - an eight bucket case as freight will not cost any mora than freight for six bucket cases. In Barrel lots, at &0o pec jralloa la 55 asd SO galloa barrels, T. O, B. 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IJB'TXJOKY IlfclJSHC AJbdO&'XtXCAJSP. j i f i AC0N8 INCORPORATED EASY TERMS On We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At BRASS BEDS At Moderate Prices. -- 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 aro given in which to complete tho 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 purso-call- A brass bed brightens and is a pleasing appointment for . . ji mv any bed chamber. They always nave Deen ana iuw.y .ni w zonular. Now is the time to make your selection, Because we have a number of patterns that were bought before the advance in metal even began, rinisnea wuu uumo size; made to last for Satin Brass Bed; in a three-quartinch filler rods; posts and ten end years; it has hu' er -- First Club Plan payment $2.00 a month. $1.81 Uio balance at size; has Satin Brass Bed; in full or three-quartrods; a very popular filler continuous posts and ten ?19'95 design; price at First Club Tlixn payment $2.00 tho balance $2.00 a month. er ! NEW TYPE OF BATTLEPLANE. aeroplanes have been ibullt by the Italians and are now In uso on the Austrian front. Many These large carry twelve passengers and tons of They will such aeroplanes are being built by tho United States. explosives for bombing purposes. i , vij- iuwv, v.0- Jronsnea xsrass neo., in iuii tu.v vmy-filler rods witti end posts, filled caps, ten with $31.00 largo mounts; price First Club rian payment 4.03 tho balance at V ($$&frSSxS$$SSS$ FURNITURE When you buy Furniture you should buy the kind that is not made to give away with trading stamps or cheap, trashy premiums. We do not handle trading stamps, but good Furniture, Car-petStoves and Ranges at low prices. s, JAMES GREENE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. $44&$&Q&S4&$&$&$&3&$ EDW. A. AXMAN SUCCESSOR TO HENNESSY & AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Fall and Winter Suits Now on Display Prices exceedingly low and values that can not be duplicated anywhere injthe city. An early call will be appreciated. 425 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Up , Stairs Store Homo Phono 323S H$S$$HSS4$ A CANDI(E)D REQUEST We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. RUDOLPH 230 West Market. 8c BAUEF 219 West Jefferson. CANDY MAKERS Where the QuicR Meal Comes In Where the homo la brightest; Where the work U lightest; Where the meal Is cooked best; Where the range stands Where work Is qolcklj done; Where cooking real fan; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge is out of sight where That's the "Quick Meal" come to. the test the That's where "Quick Meal" comes la. Quick Meal Gaa Raaftes Sold, Installed and Highly Reoommiadtil GEHER & SON, AUTOMOBILE ' 215 W. MARKET ST ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 HAST BUOADWVY. Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 Lee Yotttig Automobile Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. service. We are as dive us a trial for first-claclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs i ar sp cialty. dive us a call. ss rallies Wn fnrpsters sav that op in general tho greater the dry weight wooa mu muie of a burned. heat it will give For such species as hickory, oak, Lato News Tliat Will Interest maple, ash, IVhat They Have Been Doing beech, birch, hard locust, longleaf plno or cherry, Members Here and Elsethe Past Week General which have comparatively high fuel pnrrl ftbOUt WAlehlntr where. vnliian rnn News Notes. 4,000 'pounds, is required to equal one ton or coal. Terro Haute Knights sold ? 30,000 Division 3 will meet next Friday IIATPY UNION. worth of Liberty bonds. evening. The Kas., St. Ann's church will be the vested council at Atchison, bonds. inDivision 4 will meet next Monday $1,000 in Liberty night and announce plans for i scene of a pretty wedding Wednes Last Monday an meet big Thanksgiving initiation. day morning, when William C. Pope ing of the NebraskaimportantKnights Grand Tho Sunday rally of tho Ladles' will lead to tho altar Mis3 Anna was held in Omaha. Auxiliary at Willlmantlc, Conn., was Agnes Norton, the loveablo daughBardstown Council installed Its attended by tho Mayor, State and ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Norton, 1, after county officers and over 250 mem- 714 West Hill street. Rev. John new officers November Hill, the pastor, will perform tho which plate luncheon was served. bers. nuptial Last Sunday at Lebanon a large Division 30 of Roxburg, Mass., ceremony and celebrate the will bo Many members high The attendants has prepared for winter activities. Miss mass. Norton, sister of tho class was initiated. wero visitors. Mary from other councils Interesting programmes, for tho Tho Reeve. bride, The K. of C. buildings at tho vapurpose of having largely attended groom and William with tho office is connected rious camps are now completed and meetings, will bo presented. Tobacco Com- only a few remain to bo dedicated. force of the American The fourth smoke talk of Divis pany and is a popular young man. Cleveland's three councils have ion 11 of Peabody, Mass., was ad After tho wedding breakfast tho dressed by State President Richard happy couple will go to housekee- organized auxiliaries for tho purpose of knitting wearing apparel for the Dwyer and P. H. O'Connor, Presi- pingat Eighteenth and Broadway. soluiers. dent of the local Bank. The Knights of Sioux City will The appeal of Mrs. McWhorter, SOLDD3RS. DANCES FOR give ten medals to tho ten cadets National President, to tho Ladies' Auxiliary throughout the country The first of a series of subscrip who sold the largest number of war for mass outfits for army and nav tion dances for tho privates at fund bonds. chaplains is meeting with a generons camp Zachary Taylor is to be given The Public Library at Sterling, response. Col., has been by at tho Knights of Columbus Hall, sentation of a enrichedC. setthe preK. of of the A general response for the wur- - 816 South avenue, this Catholic Encyclopedia. Fourth chase of Liberty bonds was made afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock. by practically every member of Tho Knights at Coffoyvllle, Kas., aro to be These thirty-seve- n new members Ladles 'Auxiliary 27 of Boston, ono strictly dances, which invitation affairs, are being initiated member, Mrs. Caroline Murray, arranged by a committee of girls and celebrated with a banquet, with five priests among tho guests. pledging to buy five of tho $100 and tho following ladles are to series. Cardinal Gibbons dedicated the Busche-meye- r, chaperono: Mesdames John at Sid Raffo, Thomas Cllnes, main buildingin of tho Knights Camp Meade PRIEST HOSPITAL EXPERT. the presence of J. C. Murphy, Mathew O'Dohorty, large and distinguished gathering.a Wathen, The Rev. C. B. Moullnler. S. J.. T. B. Leahy, Bernard e For the third degree V. one of the speakers to address tho Charles Lucas, L.Ed Cassllly, J. W. members initiated at Pueblo, Col., Galvln, Duane, J. McDermott, the council held a stair h.innno.t thnt Kentucky State Medical Association Fred Murnhy. at its conference here Monday, on Crush,Harris. Dan Schlmpeler,Charles attracted all. tho Knights in that John Henry "Medical Preparedness and Hospital Misses city. Improvement," is President of the Thomas, Powell McRoberts; Harris, The submarine atCatholic Hospital Association of Elizabeth B. Walsh, Eleanor tacks against the Knights of ColumAmerica, and Regent of tho Mar- Phoebe Harris. bus war activities have been futile. quette University School of MediThe secular press has denounced THANKSGIVING. cine, Milwaukee, Wis. them. Father Moullnler is a native of Cincinnati When Praying that we may look always Knights Bishop Gunn dedicated the and lived in Kentucky for seven of Columbus building at to God for guidance; that we may Camp Shelby he addressed 25,000 years. He has been a student of be kept constant in the spirit and soldiers, many of them from Kenmedical education for a number of years, which means that he is In purpose of service; that by his tucky. His patriotic and Btirrlng terested in all matters pertaining to grace our minds may be directed words were greeted with ringing During the last several and our hands strengthened, and cheers. health. years he has been particularly in- that his good time liberty and seterested in tho work of hospitals curity and peace and tho comradeGREETINGS FOR CHAPLAINS. and their standardization. As ship of a common justice may be Hospital Associa vouchsafed all tho nations of tho President of the "Chaplains' night" was observed tion he has studied these hospital earth, President Wilson has de- at tho Knights of Columbus Hall, clared Thursday, November 29, a 816 South Fourth avonue, Wednesproblems in tho whole country and and prayer, day night, when a capacity audi is probably the best Informed man day of thanksgiving in the United States on the peculiar when all Bhould return thanks for ence, including members from Camp problems of hospitals, and the best God's manifold blessings. zachary Taylor, prominent clergy method of meeting them. At tho men from throughout the city, and ANNUAL CARD PARTY. recent meeting of the joint session members assombieu and gave an In of the International and State Comteresting programme. The chap Tho Young Ladles' Sodality of lains and chief speakers were wel mittees on Hospital Standardization, held in Chicago on October St, Mary's church will give their comed by Grand Knight Thomas 19 and 20, Father Moullnler gave a annual card party next Thursday D. Clines, and tho chief speakers of speech which was characterized as afternoon and evening in St. Mary's the evening were Chaplain A. J. Hall, Eighth and Cedar streets. In Rawllnson, of tho e the of tho meeting. 325th addition to many handsome prizes, Artillery, Camp Taylor; E. S. Field e Including articles, there SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. tho 333rd Infantry, and tally prize. Chaplainof A. Lang, of tho Forty-sixt- h will also he a gold Games will be called at 2:30 and H. L. Kilner & Co., Philadelphia, Battalion from Fort Benjamin have Just Issued a llttlo book en- 8:30 o'clock. A pleasant time Is Harrison, and Gen. B. J. Sandmann, assured to all who attend. titled "A Handy Companion for head of all the Knights of ColumSoldiers and Sailors" that Is both bus building at Camp Taylor. JEFFERSONVIIiLE. timely and valuable and may be had for ten cents. Tho book was STRIKING FIGURES. Monday morning a pretty wedding compiled by a Vlncentian father and carries tho approbation of the Most was solemnized in St. Augustine's Rev. Louis J. O'Hern, C. S. P.. Rev. Archbishop Prendergast, of church, Jeffersonvllle, when MatPhiladelphia. Thero is nothing new thew E. Dolan led to the altar Miss recently gave some striking figures regarding the number of Catholic or original in it, but just a collec- Ethel M. Taylor, a charming and young men in the servico of the Rev. tion of old and familiar prayers, popular girl of that city. There are, ho declared, some of which have been learned Michael Halpln, the pastor, per- country. in childhood at the mother's knee formed tho ceremony and celebrated at the present tlmo more than and others which oft have been the nuptial mass. The groom is 300,000 Catholics under arms in heard from tho sanctuary when as- an employe of the Government De- the United States, and out of tho be draft probably 137,000 will sisting at mass and other devotions pot, stationed here dn Louisville. Among Catholics. tho Marines. of the church. who are called "the moat efficient ALL SOUL'S DAY. This collection Is dedicated and fighting force in the world," more offered as a handy companion for ceme- than 50 per cent, are Catholics; 40 Last Sunday the Catholic our Catholic men, especially the vis- per cent, of tho entire army are Catholic sailor and the Catholic teries of the Falls Cities were soldier, with a hop that it may ited by thousands in memory of Catholics, and tho navy has a truly prove a Key of Heaven arjd a souls of tho departed. Tho grave3 slightly higher percentage. Hence bearer of good and wholesome mes- in each were docorated with flow- there will bo 437,000 Catholics in sages to their weary and tried and ers and at each people knelt in the first new national army. Tho tired hearts, and to make these prayer. During the afternoon thero Government will provide only a hearts strong and vigorous in the were Impressive ' services at St. part of the priests needed to minservice of God. A strong heart Michael's, Holy Trinity and St. ister to this vast number of Catholics. makes a fearless man; a prayerful Mary's cemeteries. man makes a bravo and valiant SrmiTUAL BENEFITS. citizen and true defender of his FRENCH BISHOP COMING. country. Earnest endeavor Is being made New Orof Tho to increase the Visitation Home leans and two hundred years of the OWENSBORO. membership list, from which spir- foundation of venerable St. Louis day the Rev. itual benefits are derived that aro Cathedral, and consequently of the On Thanksgiving Edward S. Fitzgerald, of St. Paul's not generally known. Notable among foundation of Christianity in the church, Owonsboro, will celebrate these are the mass said each month Mississippi Valley, will be magnifianniversary of his for the living members and on No- cently celebrated In the twenty-fift- h city in tho pastorate at St. Paul's. All the de- vember 19 of each year a memorial spring of 1918. A that notable feature mass is said for the deceased mem- will be the presence of Right Rev. tails have not been arranged, but the sermons on that occasion will bers by the Rev. P. M. J. Rock in Msgr. Touchet, Bishop of Orleans, be preached by the Rev. George M. tho Cathedral of the Assumption. France, who will come all the way pastor of St. William's Connor, to New Orleans from his distant TAKE PRESIDENT'S FLAG. church, Louisville, who was for ten diocese to pontificate on the occa yenr" assistant to Father Fitzsion. The coming of the Bishop is The Denver Cathedral Boy Scouts a delicate and gracious acknowlgerald. won the pennant offered by Presi- edgement courtesy of tho late dent Wilson for the largest Scout Most Rev. of jtho WOOD TO BURN. Archhlshop Blenk, who, subscription solicited for the sec- accompanied by his Vicar General, Persons who plan to relieve the ond Liberty loan. Great credit for the present administrator of the coal shortage this winter by burning the showing made by the Scouts diocese, Very Rev. Jules B. Jean-narwood can figure, roughly speaking. poes to Frank Farrell, their efficient mado the Journey to France to and Father that two" pounds of seasoned wood Scoutmaster, strongly backed be present at tho magnificent cerewho have a fuel value equal to one monies nound of coal, according to experts them. They got 503 subscrintlons. Orleans held in tho Cathedral of of the Forest Service. While dif The next bpst troop got 325 and of Joan in honor of the beatification . of Arc. , ferent kinds of wood have different was almost $24,000 behind them. HIBERNIANS. fnal knights mps chases. non-resino- out-whe- n WE WELCOME COMPARISON OP STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. 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