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LOUI5VILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1917. have been obtaining poor results the last fow campaigns, should immediately tender their resignations to tho City and County Committee. This Is said without any malice, and no man should lWck future progress of the Democratic party by a vPucy. As in war it should be in politics tho genoral who can't deliver victories is retired to the ranks, bis retirement not being a disgrace, but an acknowledgement that fresh blood Is needed. The brightest Indication of future Democratic success, and long continued success at that, Is the joko Republican administration just inaugurated at tho City Hall and which promises , to provide tho big gest kind of burlesque Tho only drawback to the humorous side is that it will be costly to the taxpayers and a drawback to tho city progress. Right off tho reel tho new Board of Safety sends to Cincinnati for a Fire Chief, then appoints a resident of Shelbyville as Police Chief, whllo the Republican platform contained a pledge of "patronize homo Industry." Col. Petty, the now Police Chief, is referred to lovingly by Ed Shlnnlck In the Shelbyvlllo News as "Our Lud," and despite tho fact that tho laws says the Chief must bo a resident of Louisvlllo, Col. Petty registered and voted in Shelbyville. The next surprise sprung is when tho Louisvlllo Railway Company comes forward with a request of the new ADVANCE INTO AUSTRIA AND SU CCESSIVE STANDS IN RETREAT. administration that tho company bo AMERICAN OFFICERS ON CHAMPS ELYSESS. Tho Italians are still in retreat to the Piavo rivor. Their present by Following tho custom of French, British and Canadian officers, the allowed to hol$ up tho public Ac position is approximately indicated by the heavy lino (4). The line charging one cent for transfers. American ollcers aro enjoying part of their furlough spending tho af- cidental Mayor Smith when queried (1) represents their farthest advance In tho drive for Trlest. Alnnir ternoon on tho famous Champs Elysess. Anabout this saI4 ho knew nothing tho Tagliamento (2) they mado their first successful stand. of the proposed boldup, and the re- other ineffectual stands was attemp ted on the Livenza (3). form organ, tho Louisvlllo Herald, grimages from America having been camo forward with a statement as tho most fruitful source of Peter's vicarious giving or subscribing to to how necessary It was for tho car Pence. funds. Personal service, sympathy company to get moro funds. But whllo unable to increase sal and interest have far greater value, Another littlo causo 'for merribecause they have the- human aparies, the Pope - gave orders that ment is tho hounding of Searcy and peal that strikes kindred cords in large quantities- of bo Chilton by tho Junior Order boys bought at his expense and sold at our fellows. C. B. of C. V. prices to the employes In Have Already Shown Inabilty to for political plo. Thus far Hert, the big boss, named Johnson Chair- Coming Holidays May Be Made the Vatican. Tickets were Issued LEAVE FOR FRONT. Handlo the City's man of tho Board of Safety and for bread, sugar, rico and macaroni. Safe For One Soldier Petty as Chief of Police to aid his Tho bread is baked within Vatican Affairs. First Lieut. FranK Barton and Boys. Senatorial ambition, neither of precincts, exactly as that pre Scott Duncan, well known Louisaro identified with tho wild- whom vlllo boys, left Tuesday night for scribed by the Italian civil authori eyed Juniors, and the only rewards New York, from where they will ties, but well baked and very good (o taste. Tho Popo himself never Car Company Comes Forward received by tho latter thus far are sail to join tho American aviation Bome minor positions that Davo Dangers Threaten Soldier and forces "somewhere in France." Both exceeds the- rations for bread, sugar, With Proposed Holdup of Rose and Searcy have been able to wero formerly with the First Kenrico and macaroni; in fact be lives Sailor Lifo During Holiday grab. As all know, Hert forced tho as frugally as tbo humblest guard tucky, now at Fort Shelby. .Lieut.. People. machino to drop Tide. In his palace. Barton, who saw service on tho Maas for Mayor, thereby giving him Mexican border, Is tho son of Fred first call on Smith, but tho friends Barton and grandson of Mrs. MarGOLDEN WEDDING. a of his Justa. Among the first Hcrt and Searcy Faction Aro of Searcy say that with criblot "defl" Human Appeal That Strike Kin- garet tho Officers' Reserve at to go political friends at the a into An ovont Fort of interest to their will bo issued to Hert in tho near Gripped In Fight For Ben Harrison, young Barton enlegion of relatives and friends will dred Cords In Our future. Democrats can afford to tered the aviation branch of tho Pie. be tho golden wedding anniversary look with glee on tho dally burservlco and his ability and fitness Hearts. of Stephen lesque and noxt year can look forand Helen Clarke soon won him his commission. That ward confidently to tho election of Everin, of 2033 South Third street, each will do credit to Louisville and a Congressman, Judge of the Court which occurs tomorrow, and will Kentucky is certain, and that they DISMAYED of Appeals and City Treasurer, the NOT bo quietly spent with tho family DEMOCRATS FEATURES ONE MAY DUPLICATE will soon return victorious is the Democrats who Voro beguiled Into and relatives at their home. Monearnest hope of all who know them. voting tho Republican ticket now day morning there will be an an"r- J". manifesting their sorrow over their niversary high mass at Holy Namo "DEATH CAUSES GRIEF. church, Third and O, at 8 o'clock. With tho session of tho Legis- mistake Certainly the step taken by the Mose Green Club Wednesday an Interesting account of the In Rev. Father John O'Connor, tho lature drawing near all eyes are beThe sad news was received hero pastor, will be tho celebrant, and ing turned toward Frankfort, while night In pledging unswerving loyalty work of tho National Service Com- Tuesday night of tho death of Miss to Frank McGrath, Chairman of the mission in Now York City, as given Louise A. Facklor at tho Mlscricor-dl- a Miss Alyce Everin, granddaughter of tho worthy couple, will preside the politicians are working over- Democratic Committee, augurs well In the magazlno section of tho New Hospital In Now York City, time to securo control and inci- for tho futuro. York Times, wo find among other where sho had been ill two weeks at tho organ. Mr. Everin was born dentally followers elect friends and things bow this new organization, of pneumonia, and caused deep in County Wlcklow, Ireland, and Previous whose chief aim is to look after the grief in Catholic circles, wbero she tho good wife came from County to the different berths. RECENT DEATJIS. soldiers oir furlough in tho largo was held in high esteem for her Roscommon on tho Shannon river. to and immediately following the Miss They camo to Louisville early in election tho Forward Leaguors and virtues. Miss Margaret McGough, thirty-on- o cities, is preparing for tho holidays marked Christian political prohibitionlife and woro married at St. John's years old, who had been long 111 of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Fackler had visited Rome and tho church, Clay and Walnut, on No- ists wero claiming everything in following a stroko of paralysis, was Club bouses bavo been established great religious houses of Europo had all tho vember 25, 1867, the lamented Rev. sight, but after dovolopedreturns they released from suffering Wednesday in New York City with every and was Inclined to tho religious that Lawrence Bax being the officiat simmered in it night at tho homo of her mother, facility for comfort and recreation. life, and for somo tlmo had been a ing clergyman. Their union was had cut a sorry figure in the re- e Mrs. Mary McGough, 402 North Nor aro these allowed to stand nurse in tho hospital whoro sho overy-onelection, a daughter of the blessed with Twenty-firsseven children, all cent agreed on and that with of street. Sho was a passively inviting. Tho soldiers are died. Sho was Marguerite Facklor, the submissinn the woman t of excellent character and rounded up by scouts on lato John and of whom it is expected will bo prohibition Surviving her are amendment the chief leaves many who mourn her death. their arrival at the depots. They of Louisvlllo. with them on this happy occasion. claim to political They aro Mother Barbara, Loretto asset of their aro invited and urged to avail them- ono brother, Joo Fackler, of InInd., and threo sisters, Academy, Laz Cruz, New Mexico; strength has been withdrawn. selves of the hospitality of the club Monday morning tho Drake, Mrs. Mrs. John Lyons, Covington; Mrs. cidentally one of the big figures in John McLaughlin, seventy-tw- ofuneral of houses. for good shows Mrs. E. M. Rosier of Jefforsonvllle; Tickets years and Miss Lillle E. J. of tho Genoral K. P. Cochran, Eastwood: Misses the coming session old, was held from tho Sacred Heart and concerts aro provided. Fackler, of Louisville. The body Assembly is Col. "Billy" Klair, who Margaret, Essie and Anna Mae For Thanksgiving largo dinners was brought to Louisville, church, of which bo had long been Everin, of Louisville, and Michael swept tho platter clean at Lexing- a member. Tho deceased had suf- are being prepared for tho men on Thursday ovenlng, and tho arriving funeral ton with a municipal slate and In Everin. They have also throe fered a long Illness and was fully leave. From one camp alone, near grandchildren, Misses Mary Cocbran addition was elected as Representa- prepared for '.tho call Into eternal tho city, provision is being made takes placo this morning from St. and Mary and Alyce Everin. To tive. With a volco on tho floor rest. He resided at 720 South for 1,500 men. Nor are tho rela Brlgld's church. Mr. and Mrs. Everin Is tendered coupled with, his parliamentary ex- Twenty-secon- d street and leaves sev- tives of the men who may come to ALUMNI REUNION. tho congratulations of all who know perience, second to none', it goes eral children. the city, as to a rendesvouz where from Leading they can meet their boys, forgotten. many parts prolates and priests States them and the wlsb that thoy may without saying that tho political of the journey together and celebrate their prohibitionists will have hard sledLists of good lodging houses aro gathered Wednesday United the reSt. Patrick's congregation (mourns provided for ding in the near future. Gov, Standiamond wedding. and sent ahead to tbe men ley and aro bosom the death of Miss Dahlia B. Dahl, so that they can Inform tbeir rela union of tho alumni of St. Mary's Col. Klair who passed away Saturday evening Seminary for priests at Baltimore. friends and iwhen tho Stanley-Kla- lr they may tives DANCES FOR SOLDIERS. after a long illness borne with decentwhere comfortablo stay amid Cardinal Gibbons presided. Mgr. H. combination meets the surroundand duo it is safe to' take a ticket Christian fortjtude. She leaves two ings. Hero are somo features of T. Drumgoolo, rector of the SemTho Saturday afternoon dances at BlBters, Mrs. Edward Walker and at Charles Borromeo inary of tho the K. of C. ball under the direc- on As anformer. of the. pernicious in- Mrs. Thomas McHugh. Her funeral soldier welfaro work we may well Overbrook,St.in an address declared echo seek to duplicate. For it stands to tion of Miss Wilhelmina C. Waller team was held Monday morning at St. reason that among fio many men tho necessity for every Catholic to have been well attended and thor- fluence of the in Louisville politics, and which Patrick's church, whoro for years there will be a gOod number- of our do his utmost In the war. He apoughly enjoyed, a large number of every present and loyal Democrat hopes will bo she was a regular attendant. boys from the Ambulance company faitb. It is also evident from what pealed to tho priests wo already know of the dangers of all allies who, ho stated, ministered of Omaha attending, and wero de tho last, Is tho action taken by them Sympathy of lighted with tho circles, which wero In regard to the proposed contest. dered Mr. and many friends is ten- soldier and sailor life that just in to 20,000,000 to Catholics In In the evMrs. Daniel C. tbo holiday tide there will new to them, and claimed that when While the question was still unseta United States, tled tho political prohibitionists Tompkins, 319 North Thirtieth great increaso In the menace bo the ery way with the President and to they finished their work of killing came to Louisville and fought the street, in tho death of tholr son, morals and morale of our men. To help win tho war. Officers elected all tho Boches they certainly would proposed contest tooth and toe nail, Louis H. Tompkins, following a safeguard our boys then will be were: President, Monslgnor E. A. have circles at Omaha dances. Theso Kelly, of Chicago; Vice Presidents, solely that in the event threo weeks' illness of pneumonia. doubly necessary at these times. dances will continue every Satur- simply and was of BosF. B. carried to a success- Besides his parents be leaves two day afternoon until Advent from 3 the contest It would not be a matter of too tho Rev. tho VeryO'Donnell, R. Dyer, Rev. broth ore, Clarence and William, and and to 6 o'clock. The music is being ful issue Gov. Stanley would have one sister, Miss Annabelle Tomp- great trouble or detail to arrange ton, Baltimore; Secretary,E. tho Very the appointment of tho Mayor, bouses of furnished by tho Jazz band and Di- County Judge Tho funeral was hold Thurs lists of respectable boarding willing Rev. E. L. Belford, of Brooklyn, and a few other of- kins. morning or of homes which would bo rector Basson. with requiem high ficials. This is spmethlng for tho day to harbor either our 'boys or their N. Y.; Treasurer, Mgr. W. A. Louisville Democrats to ponder on. mass at St. Cecilia's church. relatives over the holidays. What Fletcher, of Baltimore. The machine cared ever inconvenience would arise MJbs' Ellon O'Brien, tbo oldest nothing for tho futuro of the many be city and county Democrats whoso member of St. Agnes church, was could and should timesborne as a In theso of universal II yM "WI.JJW'W positions wero at stake in a con- called Into eternal rest Monday at sacrifice Theso lists could bo test, but only of Its enmity to Gov. her homo on tho Rardstown road. sent from tho several parishes or Miss Stanley. Early and often tho move- eighty-fiv- O'Brien was born in Ireland frqm a common Catholic center to e years ago, but had lived ment to give the tbo chaplains, who regime a foothold in Louisville In Louisvlllo from early childhood. glvo them to tho boyscould in turn he knows aro politics was opposed In these col- Sho leaves but one survivor, Mrs. J. to go out on leave. umns, and now wherever Demo- W. Chase, with whom she made Another act of genuine kindness cratic politics aro discussed tho her home. Her funeral was, held charity would bo 'for as comment is hearu that "tho Ken- Wednesday morning with requiem and real our Catholic families in many of tucky Irish American was right," high mass at St. Agnes church. cities where soldiers are stationed and it was tho Intention not to refer Tuesday the Angel of Death or where they como on furlough to to past mistakes and say "I told invito some tho boys in to you so," but tho parting slap ef called Mrs. Elesha Noonan, beloved Thanksgiving of Christmas dlnnor. or wife of John Noonan, at tho family 1SEu!eeexH eeeest the machine was tho residence. 1034 South Fifteenth These days will bo certain to aclast straw. centuate and tho Wherever Democrats gather tho street. Her funeral was held yesamong spirit prevails of "lot bygones bo terday morning from Sacred Heart blues havo no thoso particularly who visit or bygones" and their faces are turned church, Rev. Patrick Walsh cele- will aro so far relatives to that they who from home toward tho future. Suggestions are brating tho requiem mass, when the can not got away on leave. To ox- being made for party plans in tho body was taken to Frankfort for tend to them tho joys of a happy future and the Louisville Times burial. To the boreaved husband generous hospitality gives prominence to the opinion of is tendered the sympathy of a wide and bo no little Christian prophylactic against will circle of friends. an who assisted the temptation and dangerous company. Republicans in 1909 by running on Anything that will help to minimize STANDS WITH TEOPLE. an independent ticket. The writer tho danger of our boys seeking was modest in bis demands, considThe American Federation of La- company or recreation amid undeering the fact that he was a rank dangerous surroundings bor, in outsider, wanting the Democratic platform eeeeion at Buffalo, in its sirable and to world and companions Is an added safein Committee from top to bottom to peace, urged reference guard men. "HWIm-IIIMII1 the recognition ' " "' TtM band in their resignations. Others right of small nations and of the in thisfor the morals of our matter soldier LEON TROTSKY. of the work te quite of importantwelfare who bave more right amend this by PREMIER KERENSKY. aa as in it principle "No people must be foreed Leader with Lenine of the saying that the District Chairmen under sovereignity under which it all forms of charity work that we Who retains control of tbe real revolution in 'Rueela. and precinct eommitteeateB, who does sot wik to live." do not content ourselves with mere government of Russia. PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Gi-r- Thin Office Next Order. Ysir PRICE FIVE CENTS. BANNED llew Canon Lnw of Catholic REWARDED Cardinal Farley Appoints Father Mngrath an Irremovable x Hector. I Church Against Hasty Marriage. Approved by Pope and Imposes New Obligation Upon Priests. Pastor May Refuse to Perform Ceremony in a Given Case. Is to Itcinuin in Charge of the Catholic Seaman's Mission. Won Fame as "Fighting Priest' "When Protecting Our Seaman. VATICAN FOOD CONSERVATION HAS RESCUED MANY FROM FIRES "No moro surpriso marriages," Is one of tho outstanding features of tho now Canon Codo which has received tho Pontifical approval. It Is euro to work very many changes in Canon Law. especially where marriage Is concerned. Not the least Important Ib tho veto on surprise Young couples in a marriages. hurry may no longer rush off with a license (or without for that matter), and get a priest to marry them. Tho officiating priest is no longer a moro witness to tho union which ho blesses; ho is now and henceforth a consentor or a dissenter. His namo must bo written upon tho marriage license; If ho soes good reason to refuse marriago be may do so, but if his name falls to bo on tho license the marriage is null and void. Tho only exception to this rule is in tho case of a parochial vicar, whoso namo need not bo specified on the license, but he olono may perform marriago in such a case. Tho commission whose work for years has been tho reformation of Canon Law had in mind hasty marriages between young people especially, and sometimes older ones as well, because many who marry in hasto repent at lelsuro and apply to the Vatican for annullation of their ties. For tho same reason the ago limit has been raised by two years. Formerly, a boy of fourteen might marry a girl of twelve; now tho boy must bo at least sixteen and tbo girl fourteen before a priest may marry them. Of course this early ago Is sot for Catholics who are natives of countries where people mature far sooner than they do In America and In most parts of Europe. - Bearing this in mind, the new Canon urges all priests living in "Western countries to preach against early marriages and use their influences against boy and girl unions as much as possible. On tho other hand, marriago is mado oaslor in somo respects. For instance Catholic priests woro not allowed to perform marriago between Advent and Epiphany. Now marriages may bo performed on Christmas day till tho first day of Lent Bishops may glvo dispensation for Lent and Advent marriages as well if thoy see good causo to do so. They may also substitute notices of approaching marriages, to be put outside church doors, Instead of the old custom of calling the banns for threo Sundays in tho church. Tbo notices must bo affixed for eight days, and in such a way that they are there for two Sundays. Marriago should not take place till threo days after the notice bas been taken down. Considerable modifications have been made with regard to Impediments to marriago between certain By Canon 1,042 of the persons. are now code these impediments grouped Into two classes of tho minor degree and the major. Thoso in tho minor degree can be abrogated at tho discretion of a Bishop; tho major impediments are Immutable. Formerly this distinction did not exist In iform, though it did in fact, whereas abrogation was possible in some cases if the matter was brought bofore the Minor Pontifical administration. impediments include consanguinity to the third degree, affinity to tho second degree of the collateral line, public dishonesty and crime. Impediments of the major degreo are vows of chastity taken by one or both of the contracting parties; mixed religion and legal parentage, ' where tho civil law of the land would cause tho inaTriago to be illicit, and mot null. Disparity of cult formB- an Insurmountable barrier; 'but this has always been part and parcel of Canon law relating to marriago. The laws relating to divorce remain substantially unaltered. That means that the Catholic church admits no divorce of any But the sort, only separation. ll Sacred Rota has still power to marriages which have been porformed in contrariety to , Canon Law, and In some cases when the marriage bas not been consummated. While the municipal bodies of most Italian cities arc still arranging for bread tickets, the system has been working in the Vatican for somo months. Tho idea came frpm Pope Benedict himself. When some weeks ago the 600 employes within tbo Bronze Gates asked for Increased pay- to meet the high price of living the Pope refused. He explained that tho Holy See bas been terribly impoverished by three years' warfare. Peter's Pence no longer pours into the Pontifical treasury as before. One of the BMt generous donors, Belgium, la in.no condition to give her contribution a of old, and will probably be unable to do so for many years. Prance is too Impoverished to give aid. Austria and Germany, too. America also has fallen off, probably feeeaaae the submarine campaign Iim pH- aawte pilgrimages lmpoeelble, an-nu- REPUBLICANS SAFEGUARDS - food-stuf- fs pre-w- ar - Searcy-Chilto- n -- Haly-Beckha- m l. Jeffor-sonvlll- e, Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m - - Haly-Beckha- m As a reward for faithful services performed as bead of the Catholic Seamen's Mission on West street Cardinal Farley has appointed tho Rev .Philip J. Magrath, rector of St. Brlgld's church, Eighth street and Avenue B, New York City. The present rector, the Rev. Thomas F. Duffy, has been relieved of tho post because of ill health and Father Magrath becomes an Irremovable rector. Father Magrath, however, will remain In chargo of tbo mission on West atreot, Cardinal Farley being of the opinion that the stocky priest is capable of managing both positions. Father Magrath's" appointment to tho rectorship of a well known church such as St. Brlgld's after eleven years of service as a priest In tho New York archdiocese is welcome news to his many friends. But it is even better news to tho longshoremen on West street that Father .Magrath will retain his position as head of tho Catholic mission, where he has dono much to better their condition slnco he assumed chargo just ten years ago. It is Justly claimed that thoro isn't a seafaring man in tho world who Is not acquainted personally with or hasn't heard of Father Magrath. Nearly all the Catholic seamen when they touch at this port bend their 6teps in tho direction of tho mission and the welcome sign is always out for them. Probably there is no moro Interesting character in the entiro archdiocese than Father Phil Magrath, tho "Fighting Priest," as ho is known from ono end of tho archdiocese to tho other. His prowess as aa fighter for all that. Is right and proper, literally speaking, is" es- peclally known in tho region in which his mission is situated. Ten years of battling with tho thugs and gangsters who imagined that they were going to cow this Catholic priest tho samo as they had private citizens has mado his namo ono to be conjured with in tho region. Principally through tho expert uso of his big fists and brawny arms ho has shown theso thugs and gangsters their placo and now the neigh borhood is safe for tho seamen who wander into it. But if it hadn't been for tho efforts of Father Magrath tho district today would bo unsafe for one not well protectod. Besides using his fists tv good advantage when the occasion demanded Father Magrath has an enviable reputation as a Hfo saver. On more than ono occasion he has plunged into the dark waters of tho Hudson to savo life. In May, 1914, he saved George Cortlses from drowning In the Hudson; In of the same year he saved tho life of a woman bather, Mrs. Georgo J. Gunther, at Woodland Beach, Staten Island, and in March, 1915, after finishing vespers in the mission, he saved the Hfo of Policeman John Connell, who bad plunged Into tho Hudson to rescue a Russian named Justus Ustun. But Fathor Magrath hasn't devoted all his energy to saving tho lives of those in danger of death la the water; ho has be.en instrumental in saving tho lives of those on land as well. It is a matter of record that on February 16, 1914, while out walking, tho priest discovered a fire in a boardlhg houeo at 5 Weehawken street. When informed that the premises wero occupied by a number of sleeping sailors, Father Magrath rushed Into tho building and carried out four, who had been overcomo by smoke. At tho same time ho awakened eleven others. It is also to bis credit that lie has saved from seri ous injury two women who had at different times been attacked by Sep-tomb- t cr self-deni- al. Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m home-sickne- ss - Fathor Magrath has devoted tlmo and energy to the betterment of tho neighborhood In which his mission is situated. He has been particularly active ix bringing to justice those who have mado a practice of selling cocaine and other narcotics to seamen. At ono timo this trade flourished along West Btreet, but since tho "Fighting Priest" became activo tho trade has been moro or les3 unprofitable. It eamen want narcotics thoy now havo to look for them elsewhere. Father Magrath Is a native New Yorker, a graduate of Manhattaa Collego and was ordained at St. Joseph's Seminary in 1906. ORPHANS HOME SOCIAL. mad dogs. lo ' IIM ' .Bole-bevl- - At tho Tyler Hotel noxt Friday afternoon and ovenlng tho Ladies' Sewing Society of St. Joseph's Orphan Home will give a lotto and card party for tho benefit of that (iameB will deserving institution. bo called at 2:30 and 8:30. Tfc ladies hope the handsome auditorium of tho Tyler will be erawiMI by friends of the orphans. Lb-eo- a will be served for those wlshhir to remain for the games at 1gb V JXBSJVTXJOKIY XiHISH AaKEBKSIOAie- - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. fUBLISHBD KVBRY SATURDAY. IwviHid ( tha Seelal aa Moral A4vac8MBKt at Irltti American and CatfeoMtt Officially Indorsed by Aacleat Ocder of Hlbezalans, Yorag Mn'i Institute and CatfaoHc KalghU at America. COJHNO EVENTS. 7 November Annual Thanksgiving entertainment of St. Boniface 2G-2- pie will bo on hand to wish them luck In their matrimonial venture. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hlllerich, formerly of this city but now resi- fYy dents of Chattanooga, Tenn., aro hero for a visit to 'friends and rela- - Jot tires and aro guests of Miss Lena Hlllerich, 179 North Peterson ave- nue. (Mr. Hlllerich now holds a position in tho Government service. Euchre, lotto ladies and and turkey raffle gentlemen of parish at St. Patrick's Hall. Sixteenth and Market. KENTUCKY IHISH AMHWICAN PRINTING CO., Incotpwud, PubtUhr November 28 Oyster supper and SINQLB COPY ac turkey rafflo by Men's Society of PB YEAR W8SCKIPTI0N PRICK, ONE DOLLAR 6t. Leo's church, Highland Park. November 28 Games and social natter. EnUf4 t th MaitTHU PiltJc as floo-CSodality of St. U CsmmunkatloBi Weit Q i . by Young Ladies to tb KENTUCKY IMSH AMERICAN, if Iran Ann's church, afternoon and even26-2- 7 Men's Society. Novomber HERMAN by STOUS Sveawa?Arr0 SONS MARKET STREET J We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. 319-2- 1 Trades (ffl&fl council p LO MSVILLB. KY DISPROVES SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1917 : VILE STATEMENT. The theory that it Is impossible to be at the same time a good Catholic and a loyal citizen of the State has, over and over again, been disproved; Imt If anything was needod to bring before the world and this republic in particular a refutation n statement, it is of the the information secured from statistics recently received from the various cantonments and camps, which claim that of every three men now in the service one is a well-wor- - Taylor, of Frankfort, are here for guests. i dHsxrp? RIVETED Buschemeyor That he BUTTONi a visit with relatives. 'll&S- Vl can point to a successful business Catholic. yjLfVU SW1NCM Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Mattingly had administration of four years. SIDE POCKETS While obedience and regard for i for their guest this week (Mrs. John Senator Will Perry, RepresentaB. Wnthen, of Lebanon. the constitution and an open allegitives Ben Beckmann, Will McDon-ogSquires John O'Brien and ance to the Government are debts M' triple Miss Llllie Knoop, of tho West Hugo Schultz That they escaped m owed 'by each citizen, these need in End, was the recent guest of Mrs. the Republican landslide. IMS M SEWED SEAMS nowise conflict with his obligations M. Donahue at Oakdale. Mike McDermott and Tom Dolan toward his Creator. A faithful son That they wero "also rans" in Miss Katherlno 'Mattingly, fcf tho the primary. of the Church Is always a worthy GOOD MEN AND TRUE. Highlands, is spending ten days citizen of the State. Love of one's Charles McDevltt That he has a tvlth relatives In Lebanon. Citizens of all parties deplore the little playmate since Charles J., fatth .is not estranged from love of one's country. To show us our change of political administrations Mrs. N. L. Welsh has returned Jr., arrived. Grand Knight Tom Cllnes That whero she position in the matter we have the that means tho loss of Fire Depart- from Shepherdsvllle, the soldier iboys appreciate tho K. ment Chief Tim Lehan and Night visited Mrs. Sarah O'Bryan. words of Christ Himself, for to the of C. club rooms at Camp Zachary would-b- e ensnaring Pharisee He Chief of Police Major Pat Ridge, Miss Carrie Meaney was last week Taylor. said: "Render therefore unto Cajsar both of whom have. given tho best the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. County President John Hennessy That the A. O. H, is getting new the things that are Cresar's, and In them to the city of Louisville L. G. Shehan, at Bardstown. members and the old ones attending UNIO years. Faithful MADE unto God the things' that are God's." for over twenty-fiv- e Mr. and Mrs. Dan 'Byrne had as and attentive to duty, brave and visitors last week Mr. and Mrs. moro regularly. In following such command wo Vic Ecker That the Chesterfield are safe. Our conscience will al- tearless, the Kentucky Irish Ameri- Howard Derringer, of North Vernon, Minstrels made a big hit with the Ind. ways point the way; let us love and can joins with tho many in saying soldier boys. respect our republic, but let us "Well done, thou good and faithful Will Connelly and Louis Strobel Mrs. Caroline O'Bryan and Mrs. That they don't get any moro never neglect the duty we owe to servant." John Edelin visited at New Haven shooting gallery cigars. Ood, for as the State regulates last week, guests of Mrs. Ellen The Louisville Railway Company Edeltn. WORDS OF TRUTH. man's conduct as a member of the TOPULAR SELECTION. That they can ask for a raise social body, so does the Church MIbs Estello Hlggins, of Lafay- In carfare with tho Republican tfcffrjt9$svA Mrs. Thomas Scallon uttered g Tho election of Joseph C. direct him for his spiritual welfare nothing but the bare truth when, ette, is in Now Albany, visiting her as Treasurer of tho Louisville Tom Dolan, the tobacco man hero and his eternal happiness speaking before the Upton Study sister, Mrs. Philip Dowd, and other That the Prohibitionists Water Company meets with popular haven't approval relatives. not only among tho Demogono after tobacco yet. Club at the Hotel Slnton last Friday cratic party ranks In which ho is Miss Camilla Rapier, who was night, she said: Charlie Hill That he is still able THREATENING. guest Mrs. Samuel to pay the war tax In attending the a 'eader, but with all classes who "If mothers would seo that girls' theDant, of her cousin, to recognize his ability as a capable J. has returned her homo picture shows. ana efficient executive. During his Replying to John Redmond's dresses were higher at tho neck at Now Haven. ' Matt Muldoon That he Is desertaccusation that the Government and longer In the skirt, and taught ing the bachelors' ranks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Curran policy "was increasing the diff- them modesty at home, there would Tom Callahan That he has foeen iculties of all parties at the Irish bo less criticism of the boys in uni- have returned from their wedding among tho euchro prize winners so trip and are at their homo on often. rawMaw convention," Chief Secretary Duke form." Maplowood place. Ossle Garrlty That tho fellows declared that "200,000 Irishmen There is only one place where were being lecrulted, enemies of the such a style of garb Is appropriate, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch have in Trinity Council can't trail him when he calls -Empire, and tho Allies, for the pur- and to mention It here would soil returned from a visit to the laitot's at Gethsemane. on his lady friend Sizes 5 to 8 pose of creating a new rebellion In tho paper. Tho United States Gov- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. PatteraBaBan,&( &9rftBnEll $i.7s Jack McGrath (Charlie Chaplin) iBaBaBav son, at Hawesville. xntaaaKl Ireland." The conditions stressed by ernment Is now engaged in bringing That the soldiers can only outlaaaaavaSbjisaaaai' dBBfe siBHavai 8 Sizes to II $2.00 Duke have alarmed the Dublin Irish about the abolition avenue Capt. James W. Hendricks and shine him on Fourth of all such Catholic, which says: places within five miles of a camp Mrs. Hendricks wero hosts at a Wednesday and Saturday. Sizes II to 2 $2.50 'jbhEI Gen. M. Jtelchert That his aBIKv1-- Ik "To us it tjeoms that unless they or cantonment. Catholic Telegraph. dinner Thursday in honor of Miss BalBHm.-'.JE.'i- 'j aW Maurice Schaefer, a golden wedding anniversary brought BaBatfBalaa'SfKJr JflaH (Duke's charges) aro entirely basemany old friends together. less, a very clear duty is Imposed Mrs. Frank Pooloy had for her FLAG AND CROSS. 'y John J. Furey That he Getting the RIGHT shoes for children is a REAL prob-leon the clergy and parents of Ireland guest last week iher sister, Miss get lost on his 'first trip away didn't from Those who Catherine Seiner, who has returned homo. condemn to do whatsoever they still can to Catholics They must look dressy, yet withstand the hard wear of save the boys from the grip of the for kneeling "before the crucifix (to to her home at North Vernon, Ind. - Many Democratic city "by tho way, they That they have umbrellas and hangman. Any new revolt will be which, do not active youngsters. We feature four styles of the RIGHT Col. P. H. Callahan returned suppressed relentlessly, and with the pray) will do well to read these Monday Ifrom Washington, whero ho mackintoshes for tho proverbial rainy days. kind at' a special price patent, with cloth or kid tops, and full approval of all who want to words uttered by William McAdoo, has been directing the work of the Manager Al Spayd That 's Knights of Columbus War Activities Bee their native land preserved from Secretary of the Treasury of tho long distance runners aro dull calf, with cloth or kid tops, in button or lace styles. passing Into tho hands of groups of United States. They were contained Committee. sure to be in tho money. political adventurers and hotheads in an address Dr. J. A. Casper That Sherley delivered In Now The Amaryllis Social Club will who would Imperil without scruple York on the first day of Juno entertain with a private dance at Cunlffe has quit giving him tips on Bertrand Hall next, Tuesday evening. tho ponies. the lives and fortunes of our people, "Let us on June 15 roll up "Bud" O'Brien and Merlin Ho- - eight years' service in tho Board of If they can thereby carry out their subscription which will be an un- - Weher's Saxaphono orchestra will he gan That they aro in demand as Aldermen Mr. Overborg earned wide in attendance. plans and those of the occult wire- mistakable answer to the enemies best men at weddings. recognition in his discharge of pub0mmmu,TfiTrT:Ti I i aw jfc, pullers of whom they are tho cat's of our country. And on June 14 Miss Elizabeth Doherty has retaxpayers were lic affairs and tho any paws." CAMP TAYLOR NEAVS. 417-4public measwell represented In FOURTH AVEMjE Flag day let us go out and kneel turned to her home at Brandenburg, spending a week with ure that came under his supervision. In connection with tho widespread reverently to that flag, the su- after Mrs. Ollle Greenwell, her This has foeon an active week In Despite his well known standing in sister, on agitation Cardinal Logue wired the premacy of which is today g h tho hope entertainment of the soldier boys the community and street. busiEnglish Review: "Do not approve of civilization, at tho three K. of C. buildings at ness record tho Louisville Herald that ilag tho very ESTABLISHED 1893 of revolutionary action. Have, no colors Taylor. At each saw fit to attack the selection, classFrank Meagher, of which our hearts grocery business, formerly In the Camp Zachary was a control over Sinn Felnors. Success and ennoble our thrill is now with tho building there different pro- ing Mr. Overberg as a "former souls, us Dutck Automobile Company In De- gramme every night, in which were BuloonJst," and that he was elected Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. of convention only roniedy. If It pledge ourselves anew and let to liberty troit, and later on will bo joined by Included hasketball, wrestling and over President Head's protest. In All taxpayers of tho City of falls chaos." boxing matches, minstrels, choir re- answer to the snarl of this foreign-owne- d Louisville aro hereby notified his wife and children. and democracy, and that hearsals, movie pictures, muslcales, sheet It might bo mentioned the Board of Equalization of the in tho world, and swear that tho OUTSIDE OF THAT. special stunts. Hong PhOM 255 6 Mrs. Thlxton was the city on 430 W. Hirtrt St in flame of liberty shall never be ex- guest atJ.tho McAlphln last week a Wednesday nightIn thero wero nu- that Mr. Overberg wastwenty-fiv- e tho City of Louisville has organized and in New York saloon business over dally sessions in tho A writer in the local Baptist tinguished while there Is a drop of City, whore she .spent several days merous attractions for the boys in years ago, and many do not regard will holdCity Assessor, betweenoffice of tho tho "As Near to You a tbe Nearest Phone" World Is evidently soured on the blood in tho veins of any American visiting friends, doing tho shops and kahklr notably the dance givon for It as a crime to conduct a well-kehours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. from them by tho Columbia Athletic Club and orderly saloon, and many November 15 to November 30, 1917, uiieuuiiiK iiio uieaiers. growing crop of evangelistic preachfreeman." at Trinity Council' Hall. have a better reputapurpose of Secretary McAdoo's ers and pays his compliments in suggestion Tho masses last Sunday morning tion than transit newspaper writers. inclusive, for tho .complaints hearing FUNERAL FLOWERS Announcement has been made of of any that we "kneel reverently to the the approaching wedding of Miss were well attended and hundreds As for Mr. Head's protest, the Her- and determining tho following: who think that their land, improveHero it ald failed to add that protest was ments, or personal property, or any "His bumptious egcUlsm is pro- flag" was greeted with cheers by the Lula Ott and William Noon, Which received holy communion. A Special Spray $3.00 trusive, obtrusive and unspeakable. audience. Everybody understands will bo solemnized at St. Mary's Is well to state that the masses in occasioned fcy Mr. Head's Interest in in which they may have an interest church in Now Albany next month. tho Auditorium are at 6 and 9 tho candidacy of his brother-in-la(though it bo not assessed in their A Special Wreath $5.00 He bestrides the platform like a that reverence to the flag Is not a o'clock, In Building 2 at 8:15. and for tho same position. Mr. Over-b- namo) have been assessed beyond ruffian of the prize ring and worship of the cloth or colors; then Stephen MoCarthy, a well known in Building 3 at 6 o'clock. Breakg's host of friends rest assured their value for city taxes the asare served after these masses that he will servo with credit to sessment made by the CityInAssessor athlete and football player, of fasts berates the people like a desperado. why do they insist that Catholic by the Queen's Daughters. IDnibelf and the public. His vulgarisms are low, prurient of things sacred is a wor- Pittsburgh, has been hero on a visit thereof, as of the first day of Sepas the guest of his uncle and aunt, Though, not on the main company tember, 1917. revolting. His ship of the inanimate object? and disgustingly Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. McCarthy, street Building 3, presided over by ANNUAL FESTIVAL. In the absence of the Board, Jokes are stale, hoarse and coarse. warns, rtio Albert T. O'Daly, is fast growing in of 1132 Seventh street. complaints may bo lodged with tho popularity and Is nbw tho endezz-vou- s His affectations aro patent and The Knights of Columbus have Holy Cross congregation has made Clerk daily betwen tho hours of 9 2&0 fourth Avenue LoulrvH tfor soldiers from all parts of great preparations for tho annual a. m. and 4 p. m. Miss Clara Angemeier. who is puerile. He can beat the Bible Into been establishing houses of recrea pursuing studies Nazareth the carhp and anany turkey social card LEWIS R. ATWOOD, President; We telegraph Flowers Everywhere pulp, stamp tho platform into tion at all tho camps, which are i Academy her Bardstown, atwill spend genial manner makesvisitors. His party to festival and all feel at at bo held Monday afternoon I. S. JENKINS. Secretary; splinters and pound the pulpit into full working order, hut the papo: week-en- d the Thanksgiving with home. d and evening in tho hall at PEYTON N. CLARKE, Member; stiout himself black It. looks like, hints the Catholic Ad- her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hnrry o smithereens and and Broadway. Many CARL V. GOEPPER. Clerk. Angemeier, In the Highlands. TIIE HOLY SEE. articles will be awarded and In the face and all the time never vance, have got a tip to work up INCORPORATED According to Associated Press dis- there will bo a turkey tally prize say a sensible thing or proclaim a tho Y. M. C. A. and say nothing THE SIGN OP QUALITY patches the question is being both afternoon nnd evening. A hot The marriage of Miss t vital Christian truth. He may pose about tho Knights, save what can Louise Mueller and Walter Clara in various quarters in Rome, asked supper will be served by the ladles Cisan Grocery Stores. espeTer- Hlghl'd 7413 oddity by long hair, long clothes or be helped. steggo was quietly cially in Vatican circles, if Pope of the congregation from 5 to 8 solemnized Best For Less' East 180 Wednesday afternoon at tho rectory Benedict Intends to leave Rome and o'clock. Everybody is Invited, too few clothes, but whatever mode Goods delivered free anywhere KENTUCKY Italy. If his dressing assumes, it is common, Let thanks bo given to God on of St. James church, Rev. Father this step tho Pontiff should tako within six blocks of our stores. LAUNDRY It would bo duo to tho CATHOLICS REJOICING. Wlllett performing the ceremony. almost obsceno and transparently Thanksgiving day for all his gifts CO. difficulty of taking the attitude ho for direct effect upon tho. basest ele- and graces, but lot thero bo no Catholics throughout the country Incorporated Mrs. Theresa Moore, 1106 Earit desires to tako with regard to tho 2 ments in tho lowest auditors that dinner overindulgence. Tho money Oak street, Now Albany, has an- war as long as he resides In a will rejoice to learn that Archbelligerent country In spite of all bishop Ireland is recovering nicely Underbill St. flock to a clownish performance. It for excesses could bo better given nounced the engagement of her tho efforts made by tho Italian Gov from his recent serious illness. The Geo. Dearborn daughter, Miss Mao Moore, to Frank Is a modern weakness and a crime to tho poor, to tho foreign missions Cook, marriage to take place ernment to guarantee his complete Archbishop of St. Paul Is a Manager and to the Knights of Columbus nt St. their church on Thanksgiv- liberty and independence. It is as- figuro. His uncompromising national of the churches that such men and! AmeriMary's serted that pourparlers have taken canism has never been more in ing day. uch methods aro tolerated arid army welfare fund. place with regard to tho Pope going evidence than it has been during keys on (foot will be on hand for NORTON BUILDING ped onward for the moment." Taking tho Miss Mary Winn, daughter of to Spain as a guest of King Alfonso. the present war. Hti stands forth prizes and the wheel. TURKEY DINNER. Col. Matt Winn, whp had been in The present is not the first time as a representative of the church ue lurtor, homo win luraisu mutn N.W. Crner Fourth and Jtfrrnei UUiUOUUlUUti SOCIALISM SPELLS TREASON. The pooplo of St. Philip Nerl'a Now York City for ten days visiting that tho possibility of the Holy Seo who has brought honor to her by nmtninmnnr churph have prepared or a big Miss Elsie Kennedy, on the Upper leaving Italy has been discussed. In nls high patriotism as well as his WILL GIVE CARD PARTY. The German Socialist seams to tfro days' Thanksgiving celebration. West Side, and who was glyen a tho conclave which elected Leo sturdy Catholicism. be submitting to conscription and Oh" TftaakiwlvlBC ere there will be theater party every night during XIII. all the Cardinals except eight The Young Ladles' Sodality of Including the TURKEY PRIZES. late Cardinal turker raffle, her etay, left for home Saturday helping to vote war credits in the a exefcre aa4 St. Charles Borromeo church will Hohenlohe, a brother of the late also many household necessities to sight. Reicfttetag. He is not talking peace be Funeral Directors A lively and Interesting Thanks- entertain with a card party Tuesday German Chancellor, Prince von had at nominal cost. Thanks except when tho KaUer tells him to giving day there will be a fine tur The marriage of Miss Cora Cath Hohenlohe were favorable to going giving entertainment l will take place night in St. Charles Hall, Twenty- at. AAv.ln flit... aI,.. r i. ueouay .IT I r da ao. But in Rusela. and some key dinner, followed by euchre an erine Martin and Matthew M. Mul- - outside of Italy for the election of m..M.,in wouiuk iu oi. mivuaol a seventh and Chestnut. There . will Embaimers. Deauuiut awards ana a loon will take place at St. Pat- - a new Pontiff. Nothing, however. Hall, 220 Brook street, when a iw&aeialiv here in lotto, wnen nandaome and coat: what la llalr. and xor inoae wno at- evening awrdB w111 " distributed. after was done In this reepect, and since enod crowd is cmficted. Euchre ' PleasantGames will be called at 3 BIO PSHIT, Tile lck's church Thanksgiving M.niiH State, tlia OAAlallBt la , commUtw look for , Bodlefg o'clook, and many th.n Romn and tha Panacv have and lotto asanas will be called at 8 tend. noon at 2:30 . . t TalepfaoKe 10M. talktac peace and owoalng ooaacrfp- - h0 will receive special attention. friends of this popular young oou- - seemed lnaiseoiBDie. ociock, ana a gooa mippiy oi lur o'clock. Ex-May- or tion and doing everything against his own ilag and in behalf of the Kalsep's cause. If it be true, as the Catholic Citizen observes, that the Issue of the war Is against plutocracy arid for the democracy, we should expect the Socialist, perforce of his theories, to be with America and against the Kaiser. Vo should expect the Socialist In Germany to lean that way also; for nowhere In tho civilized world Is he treated worse politically than In Prussia. But no. Either 'because Socialism .was "made in Germany," of because It is tho natural cussed- ness of the whole proposition, the Socialist is everywhere a traitor to the land he lives In except in Germany, where ho Is within reach of the Kaiser's whip; and so behaves. Mrs. Phil J. Hendrlck entertained last week with a miscellaneous shower and "500" party In honor of her niece, Miss Marie Schaofer, being limited to tho invitations ing. charity friends of Miss Schaefer, who is a 6 Annual January Misses Louise Goepper, social of Ladies' Sewing Society for Thelma Hess, Marguerite E. SchaeSt. Anthony's Hospital. fer, Olga A. Klein, Lorine M. Kolb, nrenmrrnnru rtrurtnnrtrtCvnctnrKSrKi Mary McCann, Mary Baldwin, Mario Alico Garaghty, Gladys Conen, Baumgarten, Ruth Kehl, Mary 8 Julia Snyder, Dorothy 6 j slVV11- -i Marie Schaefer; Mesdames cmC8SSSSS$SSXgK$OgKKK8a0 N. E, Goepper, C. Cimlottl, D. S. Niman, and N. 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Saturday Cardinal Caspar!, Papal Secretary of State, cabled the news that made a patient blind man happy. FIGHTING SHERIDAN. TURKEY ' J, 421 TTnmn Prop. EAST JEFFERSON 8TREET KY. SAM L. ROBERTSON FINE WINES AND LIQUORS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. Both Phonos 240C WHITEHALL BUF J LAUER REUTLINGER & 0 Adolph Rcutlingcr ('CAFE AND LIQUOR HOUSE Jfeg and Bottlo Trade A Specialty FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HE NRY 0. LOUISVILLE Phnnn. fillv 1140 RAFFLE. CONTRACTOR FOR ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twcnty-slxt-k St. tSPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 368 West Broadway, ronlavUle, Zy. toil B06FZNO, BP3USZSTS 0. Near Preston - - - KENTUCKY FOOD AND TLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRii STREET Automobile Repairing GEO. F. BREITENSTEIN MACHINE CO. i Both Phonca SUPPLIES Proo Advico on Poultry POULTRY Homo Phone, City 1533 HALLER'SPETSHOP 210 WEST MARKET STREET Quick Delivery Pet Diseases and Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended To SHOP: 731-73- 3 EAST Homo Phono City 6085 MAIN ST. Taylor is not yet known. Rev. Lewis J. O'Hern, C. S. P., who represents the hierarchy In the to the appointment of chaplains army and navy, has left Washington on a tour of Inspection of all cantonments and encampments In the United States to inquire whether there are a sufficient number of priests in each camp and facilities lor concluding uivine service, jusi when ho will visit Camp Zachary SECURE YOUR TURKEY. A turkey raffle, euchre and lotto P. will be lven tinder the auspices of St. Patrick's conregatlon next Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evening in the new school hall, Sixgames to be called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. The Committee of Ar- - E. YANN DAHtY INCORFORATKD S08-51- COMPANY teenth and Market streets, the 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. As a notable eaxmple of Amerl parish and their friends with a de- - can patriotism of which for- lightful "turkey disposal." Dealer in. The tunately the war has iproduced so PLATOFF & BUSH RAGS, lotto games will begin at 7:30 many Instances the case of Philip IRON, METAL, SCRAP Incorporated o'clock, and there will bo no charge Henry Sheridan is conspicuous. His OLD BOTTLES, ETC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND for admission. A luncheon will bo Inability to obtain an officer's corn- Paper Stock A Specialty BUILDERS served by the ladles during and mission at Plattsburg was precluded 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET after tho social games, costing only alone by his age, as young Sheridan Special Attention To Repair Work years old. How lis but twenty-thre- e Bet. Market and Jefferson fifteen cents. Estimates Cheorfullv Furnished ever, ho sought no officer's 'comLOUISVILLF, KY. OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST.) mission, for mixing with the boys WILL TAKE VEIL. quite answered his desire. Soon Phono 2543 W. R. TIS0HENDORF a most arter war was declared, and upon miss steiia is. ravine, RUBER'S BAKERY Highly esteemed and popular young hearing that tho Irish New York LUMBER COMTANY CONFECTIONERY lady of Navilleton, Ind., left last h Infantry, now known as Wedding and Birthday Cakes My week for Syracuse, N. Y., to enter the 165th Infantry, would-bfirst to Specialty, Assorted Candles. the convent of the Franciscan Sis- - go to France, young. Phil wa3 quick Mis3 Navllle has been organ-, to reslcn hlB position in the office ters. Two Stores 1st at St. Mary's church at Naville of his brother, Arthur C. Sheridan, 745 E. Jefferson 800 E. Walnut ton for several years. a New York real estate broker, and don a khaki uniform in order to do his "bit." Ho is related to and JOHN ROSS SICK. FRANK 0AMFEBLD named after the creat Gen. Phil John Ross, a veteran of the civil Sheridan, of civil war fame, and is SALOON war ana ror many years wen Known a Fordham College man. Johnson and. Main Streets in the snoo business oiero, who nas boen in the city for some time past GREAT REPORT. Phone City 4846 on a furlough from the Soldiers' Home at Milwaukee, is quite ill at The full report of tho fourteenth tho ihome of his daughter, Mrs. John annual meeting of the Catholic BARRETT FURNITURE CO. Selman, Stllz lane. yKV 'VS3HSI 'V Educational Association, held last Now and Used A Juno In Buffalo, is new before us", . FURNITURE SOCIAL CLUB DANCE. and it more than justifies the EVERYTHING DRY. Stores, Store and Office Fixtures illnfv nlrnwlv mtvTini,nnnl hv tlioBought, Sold or Exchanged. Mackln Social Club will give its'presg. When we anaiyze, year after Fifteenth and Oak season on M1 t,a n,-- i. last dance of the fall t, 120 East Market Street uia They have all Hon 'for the cause of Catholln ndu- Thanksgiving eve Phones: City and South 1813 Phono City 3608 Decn enjoyeu oy large numDers oi,ratlnn? whon vn rpnii hnt if young people, and this is expected to' meanB to brjng together tho priests, j; be tho most successful of the brothers, sisters and Catholic laity W"l"i"I"I"I"MI"Ii I";"WllI ! fl.i..M"M"I"M"H 4H"K"M series. who are Interested in our schools, we begin to understand what ArchVISITS SOUTHERN HOUSES. bishop Spalding meant when he referred to the school sysMother General Rose, of Naz tem beginning Catholic grammar in the areth, accompanied hy Sister Gon grades and culminating In the unl zales, Who IS her OWn Sister, iS nOW vnrsltv. nn fhn mnat Tomnrlrnhln 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, io In the South on a visitation to the no.menon of the church in this cen- numerous nouses or ner oruor in f,lrv. Thorn wns n tlnm wlmn rnMi- that section. They will not return plies had little reason to be proud for several weeks. of tholr schools, at least as far as material equipment Is concernod; ST. BONIFACE. but that day is passed, and most of XHOIJ35S. our schools have all that they need Monday and Tuesday the men of in the way of material as well as Homo City 200S Ctlmb. Main 200S-- n St, Boniface congregation will give moral strength to make them what 4d"!M-W"frfrM-l-W-W- 'i their annual entertainment in the they are meant to be a source of parish hall on Fehr avenue. Those strencth to the church and to tho affairs are always enjoyable, and nation. Containing the papers read . this year the men are making un- at Buffalo, It is indeed a great reusual efforts to have these evenings port. Phono City 5692 H. Platoff, Prcst. I. Bush, P. FREDERICKS Next Tuesday night the men of St. Francis of Assist congregation will entertain tho people of the Soc.-Trea- s. 214-21- Sixty-nint- , e ' Both Phones 4202 rangements have secured many big uays ana an are guauiers ior ooin CHAS. ANSON Invited to come and try for their big Thanksgiving turkey while hav Successor to C. Molter ing a good time in addition. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Given Picnics and BISHOP HARKINS. Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets The Right Rev. Matthew Harklns, 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Catholic Bishop of Providence, was Phono City 4803 seventy-twyears old Saturday. Bishop Harklns was ordained, in AUTO 1869, and was consecrated April 14, LAUNDRY AND REPAHt SHOP 1887. The diocese comprises tho John McQuany, Prop. State of Rhode Island and has a Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and Catholic population of about Repaired 213 West Kentucky Street OWENSBORO. Phone 6593 Tho Rov. J. R. Clark, O. P., will GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. tomorrow close a successful woek's Incorporated mission at St. Paul's church, Owens-borA. Lazar, Manager which was In preparation for the celebration of tho silver jublleo Money Advanced on Your Plain Note of the pastorate of Rev. Father Ed312 West Jefferson Street ward S. Fitzgerald, which will tako (Second Floor) place next week. Home Phone City 2967 LOTTO PARTI'. HOLLENBACn'S WINE HOUSE Alfaretta Council, Degree of PocaKarl A. Hollenbach, Prop. hontas, will give a lotto party for a worthy cause at Its hall on TuesImporter and Dealer in day, November 27, afternoon and WINES AND LIQUORS night. Games called at 2:30 and 8:30. Many beautiful prizes will be 144 South TIdrd Street awarded and all who attend are as- Home Phono 1191 sured a pleasant time. o JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. See us about anything In real estate. We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Borne Phone City 4464. Phono City 2771 0. T. THOMAS & CO. REAL ESTATE 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Louisville, Ky. SNGRAVERS MNRJCH ENGRAVING COXIPANM ARTISTS, ENORAVERB . ELECTROTYPBRS MS W. MaI St, LottlsrHle, Ky . Home Phono City 5874 WM, AUGUSTUS 300,-00- 0. o, Contractor of Excavating, All' Kinds of Con- crcto and Wrecking. 14(34 Preston. Homo City 2000 Meyer Goldberg M. A. Goldberg ed LOUIS VTLLE AUTO PARTS CO.. Old Automobiles Phono City 7798 518 East Market Street Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts for Automobiles Write Us. Highest Price Paid for JACK ' FORTY HOURS. ,ia ,nin - - - D0UGHER1Y & McELLIOTT Funeral Directors BOTH CAFE AND POOL ROOM In Loulsvillo tho Forty Hours' Motor Truck Express devotion begins with high mass toN. W. Cor. Seventh and Market- morrow morning at St. Mary PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY church, Brook street, and 231 West Green Street Cumb. Phono Main 2019 will continue until Tuesday. For Homo Phono City 9130 Homo Phone City 2564 theso beautiful and Impressive services Mrs. Fred Harlg will arrange a special musical programme, to bo rendered by a selected choir. Father OUSTED Gausepohl, tho pastor, will bo aswith this safe, conservative Bank, to which you can sisted by a number of priests of the sV".ri? SavIK Accounttime. We add absolute safety, add (1.00 or more at.any 8 per you Mag-dale- no J. G. PULLIAM MOVING AND PACKING SHERIDAN EAGLE DOIIAR.. Sixty-on- e year-ol- d diocese. and cent. No cost to The same courteous attention given the depositor of jl.00 or the depositor of J10.0O. whatever BEQUEST TO POPE BENEDICT. and Embalmers I Engelbert Metzger ,a barber, of St. Louis, who died recently, left ?1,000 to Pope Benedict XV., or his successor, the will being made some time ago. In addition he left $700 for a clock in the tower of St. Henry's German Catholic church of St. Louis, and ?300 to tho pastor for masses. GOOD BOOK. GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Bis Clok State Government Supervision Second d Market HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DPvTSION 3. First and third Fridays, Hibernlaa 1818-182- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. a success. LLOYD GEORGE. Lloyd George's confession of In- credible blundering on tho part of the Allies may drive the Premier Indignation in England over Funeral Director and jDEmbalmer I A BOTF PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. ) rrom his post. HO has only ac- knowledged what has been patent to the world for months past. The Allies have been waging war separately thus far and the results are to say tho least faT from satisfactory. BLIND JESUIT PRIEST. IJ. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JMColn. VVVtAAVAAVVVVtVVVtVVV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y as time of their ordination nearly perfect as possible, phy- -. c slcally as woll as mentally. Woffling EQ.-fIs certainly the first blind man over MVMMUUMMUVHWWUUHMMWVmMMmMlUVWMMM to bo admitted to tho priesthood In America, perhaps In tho world. It his blindness which turned 1 11e mi s111 i Woffling to Intimato servlco in tho H. IMINM, P. BANNOH. JR., church of which ho will become a T. H. HtRIHff, priest within tho next month. Nine Viet Pre, fc Trias, 1 hK. t, Up. secretary. years ago, when ho was only twenty- -' Ave, ho was professor of chemistry jj in Canislus College, Boston. DuringII an experiment the chemicals oxploded and Woffling was blinded for me. lmmeamtoiy no turnea to tno wer Calvart Pipe, church and entered Woodstock colBaaaea's Pattest Lidded Plae fer Steam Ceadaits, lege, tho famous Jesuit seminary In Maryland. Sightless, he was not Wall Coping, Drala Tile, YHrigetl BricK, discouraged nor apparently hamFireFreefiag, Flee Lining, Fire Brick pered, for jie stood with tho first Grate mad Seller file, Create Fire Clay, Chimaey tticn in nts class, From Woodstock ne went to Georgetown to continue OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON theological studies. Here he won honors not only for his ability, HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. but for his unfailing patience and WORKS rheArfnlnoaa. VArhtaen innntlu am t3tk Breck. suit Msgatell Ave., Bet. 9tk act tOtU. to the Church of St. I he oame 1 11 1M 11 1111 1 1J M M M M MO I Francis Xavler in New York City. Pope Benedict ihas granted to Honry Woffling, a member of the Society of Jesus, and blind for the last nine years, tho dearest hope of his life. Before a month passes Woffling will bo ordained a priest of the Catholic church. That this might be accomplished the Pope has Ignored tho precedent. The Oath- -' ollc law orders that those who servo in the priesthood must bo at "The Parish , Theater," by the Rev. John Talbot Smith, LL. D., is the titlo of a book that Is most InBUILDS GREEN CHURCH. teresting and will bo specially welcomed by amateur stago directors. Sergeant-at-Arm- s St. Patrick may feel an especial In it is given a brief account of tho Pat Begley. I.ISTEIT Products of pride In the church that will bear rise of the parish theater, Its pres- ana Mine Rave Doubled Farm, Factory Sentinel Thomas Noonc. lu Price But his name at Scranton. Kan., for tho ent condition and its prospects,-t- o Z Am Selling- At the Old Price. edifice is to be constructed of green which is added a descriptive list of " DIVISION 4. tapestry brick with green trlm- - 100 choice plays. It is from the Meots second and fourth Mondays, mines. Even the cornerstonfi. whtc-press of Longmans, Green & Co., was laid this month by Bishop New York. Bound In cloth, $1. Bertrand Hall. Sixth street. &. PUKE 2TATTJBAX, X,SAF SMOKING ward, is of green marble. President Thomas Lynch. TOBACCO Vice President John J. Barry. BISHOP OANTWELL. THE PIPE LOVERS DELIGHT IRELAND AND AMERICA. Financial Secretary Thomas J. A dellclously rich, natural cigar Very Rov. John J. Cantwell, who flavor. A good burner. Direct from Langan, 734 West Oak. Few Americans today seem to has been appointed Bishop of Los producer to consumer. Guaranteed pure Recording Secretary William F from know that Ireland, at the time when Angeles, is only forty-tw- o years old. of the all adulterations. To all parts McDnnogh. package United States, this country was fighting against by parcel post, prepaid. Treasurer John F. Burke. Encland for its freedom, afforded Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dij-na-n. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Paul Jones bases from which his privateers oporated against English BIquso collars of white satin are 100 pounds, P. O. B. Owensboro, Ky., Sentinel M. J. McDormott. by freight or express, $30.00 shipping. Some years, ago John still In high vogue. Boyle O'Reilly, in his lecture on extensively h 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Tim O'Leary. . Vice President Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary Financial John J. Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. AMERICAN HAVANA 4" si.oo 322 street. m nut' i hn 1 nm mun . P. BANN0N PIPE CO. fes. . Henry Grattan, drew attention to that fact. He said: in no country on earth did tho immortal 'shot fired at Concord" echo so plainly as In Ireland. Mr. Froudo says that "the fortunes of e Ireland at this moment were nected intimately with. tho phases of- war in America." Every step of tho American war was watched with ceaseless Interest in Ireland. The swift American privateers mado tho harbors of land their favored recruiting places. 'Their crows," says Froude, "were mixed Americans, French and a largo proportion of Irish." To keep up her foreign wars England had to drain Ireland of her soldiers, and Froudo says: "The American flag was seen dally fluttering an insol enco from tho Irish const anywhere Between Londonderry and Cork." con-th- used for hats, bags gowns. Tinsel brocades are and evening Ire-w- as WIB3RE ALL ARE EQUAL. Only in tho Catholic church is it practically demonstrated that "a man's a man for a' that." Clothes make no difference in the con-afesslonal. At the altar rail the man In tatters is welcome and the woman .with a shawl over her head is on an eauality with ' the ladv whose neaa is covered with feathers and flowers. is 573-178- 6. HilimtHI ,'.3-, ed ill t1it Fringes made slashed from fabrics have become the ornament of tho hour. Elimination of buttons and hooks and eyes' and introduction of gowns that slip over the head and are tied at the waist havo given joy, comfort and interest. Capalino hats, with very High crowns caught by a chin strap reproduce tho lines familiar in old portraits, and aro just as becoming today as they were generations ago. The smartest afternoon gowns have largo buttonholes from neck to waist, through which aro run ribd pieces of braid or bon tying the two fronts togother. Pockets and collars are an important feature in design both for drosses and coats. Even fur coats are embellished modish with pockets, and women like the novelty of this. It is quite faddish to match up the hat, gloves and shoes, and as browns and tans are especially liked both for whole costumes and contrasts, this tone marks many of mese maxening sets, J One notices many and pjcot-edge- KENTUCKY SORGHUM GERMAN BANK EXTRA rANCY NEW Pure and unadulterated Table Syrup. Short Crop. Hush your order In at onco. Our sorghum is of a standard Kroduced In a very few vicinities which sandy soil that produces a superior golden color and mild flavor. Shipments will commence about October lbth. PUT TJP OK THE FASIC IN No. 3 Sealed Cant 24 per Case $7.90 S No. 10 Friction Top Folia pes. Case 88.00 8 No. 10 Friction Top Polls per Case $8.00 Save freight by ordering an eight bucket case as freight will not cost any more than freight for six bucket cases. In Barrel lots, at OOo per gallon in 65 and 60 gallon barrels, T. O. B. Owensboro, HaweivUle, Hartford, and Xieltehneld, Kentucky. F&XCES WHITE FOB OAX-Z.O-T ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO aai2S3roMa fA A? ?& mgkf$. 9Ku&Xm3KIKa ' Fifth and Market Sts. lv year boys an vrepox t&esa Louis E Carrico Make HnottaviUe, Xentuofcy all P. O. Money Orders Phllpot. Ky. 4aeaUen that on fer Ufa. fl picturesque sleeves this season and 113 W. SreMwiy, Zeaterille, Ky. a tendency to weight them with small tassels of beads, silk or tinsel, CenducUd by the Xaverta Brother. BuslBMW Eeleatlle and their edges finished either with plcot CUcalcaJ, Preparatory Detartaaeat, Course. Lsife or a narrow braid or bead SwIhueUbc Peel, Wall BulpM aysaam broidery. . ore. sea. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE jum , m KEiMraDXJ03s:,Kr . iieiHc ajmcet&.xga3sp. eetMeeeeeeeee 5 J BASMIfflS " INCORPORATED EASY TERMS j On We dive and Redeem 5urety Coupons the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At fThe Thanksgiving Sale Offers These Specials in 'Rugs, Axmlnstcr Rugs; In pretty, soft, rich colors; they aro size 8 feet 5 inches toy 10 feet, 6 inches, and worth regularly $21.00 $25.00; Bpecial at. Axmlnstcr Hugs; the BIgelow Electra rugs; slzo 8 leot 3 inches by 10 feet, G inches; the regular price Is $35.00; our bpecial price is ....$27.50 Axmlnstcr Rugs; attractive patterns in soft, rich colors; they aro slzo 9x12 feet and worth $10.50 $27.00; on salo for. vAxmlnstcr Rugs; In lovely, soft, rich colors; they aro slzo 9x12 feot and worth up to $30; specially priced at, each......$22.50 Wlltana Rugs; made seamless In individual Oriental designs; size 9x12 feet and priced regsalo ularly at $39.00; on $32.50 for Axmlnstcr Rugs; beautiful patterns in soft, rich colors; they aro slzo 11 feet 3 inches by 12 feet and worth $37.50; specially priced at $32.00 Axmlnstcr Rugs; handsome pat- ' terns In soft, rich colors; they aro slzo 11 feet 3 Inches by 12 feet and worth regularly $30.50 $49.50; on salo for. Axmlnstcr Rugs; slzo 36x72 inches and to bo had in pretty patterns; regular prlco $6.00; . $4.50 on sale for. Wlltana Hearth Rugs; slzo 27x54 inches and shown in pretty patterns; regular price $3.50; special at $2.05 -- STEWART'S There aro a great many things which you can bay at Stewart's on which you need make only a small payment down. Among these are furniture, rugs, many lines of house furnishings, etc. Ten months are given in which to complete tho payment. The interest wo 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. "Wo givo and redeem these valuablo coupons, which means a most substantial saving on all your par-so-call- I Si ,1 '' 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, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. 415-41- 7 Wilton Rugs; mado seamless and shown in beautiful color effects; they aro slzo 9x12 feet regularly at and priced $45.00 $60.00; on salo for. Roynl Wilton Rugs; elegant patterns In soft, rich colors; theso aro slzo ll4xl2 feet and worth regularly $75.00; spe$00.00 cial price Wlltana Hearth Rugs; a splendid rug in size 36x72 inches; regular prlco $6.00; on salo at the special prlco $1.75 Jnponcso Matting Rugs; slzo 9 feet by 11 feet 8 inches; regular prlco $5.00; on salo $4.50 at rmportcd Electra Grass Rugs; a patent weave mado in Oriental and Japanese designs; theso aro reversible, can bo used on both sides; worth $8.50 $10.00; special at Imported Electra Grass Rugs; a patent weave in a reversible rug that can bo used on both sides; shown in Oriental and designs; worth Japanese $0.50 $12.50; special price "Sow Process Floor Covering; that will outwear any printed linoleum mado; shown In a beautiful lino of patterns; regular prlco 50c; on salo at, per square yard 35c Inlaid Linoleum; in an excellent lino of patterns with colors through to back; regular prlco $1.10; on salo at, per square yard 00c REGIMENT OF FATHERS. Theso heads of families have Photo shows review of Trench regiment composed only of fathers. proved to bo ono of the most courageous and eftectlvo fighting forces of Prance. ginning promptly at 2:30 and 8:30. COLDMBIS KNIGHTS After the games a Dutch lunch will bo served. Free conveyances will meet tho Bardstown road cars at Deer Park avenue, beginning at 2 Lato News That Will Interest What Thoy Have Been Doing o'clock. All are urged to come early and stay lato, enjoy Members Hero and Elsethe Past Week General and help St. Agnes' school. where. News Notes. TAKES NEW FliACE. HIBERNIANS. If chases. WE WELCOME COMPARISON OF STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. them-selv- os Stewart Dry Goods Co tn Ceeaechoo Willi James He Creeiy nCOOORATU I Co New Vkk. gcsHW)flwi)fflfiaxi Moro than 3,000 members of tho Ancient Order of Massachusetts aro In war service. There aro a good many members of the A. O. H. In the drafted men at Camp Zachary Taylor. A big class is expected to the degrees at tho Initiation in Bertrand Hall Wednesday night. entertainment Initiation The committee is preparing quite a surA DISTINCT LOSS. prise for the members Wednesday. many divisions Next Thursday The resignation of Police Lieut. will have solemn requiem mass in memory of deceased members of tho John M. Maloney, head of tho mounted police, is a distinct loss to order. 3 of Omaha had Divisions 1 and a sucessful initiation Sunday, with a number of candidates from re-col- ve James li. Novln, for tho past four years a deputy under County Clerk Pres Ray, and ono of tho. most popular young men about tho Court House, resigned his position Tues day to become associated with the Federal Coal Company at Plnovlllo, Mr. Nevln left with his family Thursday night for Plnovlllo, where be will make his futuro homo. Ho Is a son of Joseph Novin and a well known and efficient young man. Milwaukee Council contributed $100 to the Y. M. C. A. war fund. Prlco Hill Council, Cincinnati, held an initiation Sunday, the second of the year. Nebraska Knights aro this weok pushing their campaign lor ?76,000 for tho war fund. has gathered in $2,550 moro than Its quota for tho war fund. Rev. William J. Corboy, S. J of Crelghton University, will servo as Knights of Columbus chaplain at Camp Funston. aro The Knights of Columbus flourishing at Biloxi, Miss., where many applications for membership aro being received. Carroll Council, of Wheeling, has sixty-flv- o members in tho national service, the largest number of any society in that city. Members of Salt Lake City Council subscribed $65,000 to tho second Liberty Joan bonds, of which $2,000 was from the council treasury. Supremo Knight Flaherty says $5,000,000 will bo collected in addition to the $3,000,000 now being raised ifor work in army cantonments. There is talk of tho two councils in Cleveland combining for tho club erection of a commodious house, each to remain separate otherwise. Indianapolis Knights will Hoovcr-iz- o their annual Thanksgiving dance. There will be only simple decorations and no special features, and for tho first tlmo members may invito their friends. Last Sunday at Camp Upton, N. Y., Col. Theodora Roosevelt addressed the negro soldiers In tho K. of C. building. Referring to San Juan Hill, he said he "was mighty glad to see them there." There is much activity in Oklahoma. An initiation was held Sunday at Oklahoma City, and one is announced for tho first Sunday in December at Enid, and on tho second Sunday at Lawton. And in tho near futuro a now council will bo Instituted either at Cushlng or Drumwrlght. DANCE AT TYLER. Council 400 i mi m 1 up Multoy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 65c QUALITY. at Columbus, Ohio, A COFTEE THAT IS KNOWN FOB ITS PQTB CTO JOHN M. dCjr,r,OY Importer K. I. A. and Roaster of High Grade Coffco, Sold Dlreot to Consumer. 313 W. MABKET ST. lOUISVTUilJ, XT. Return this advertisement with remittance) and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. A JAMES GREENE IE IMIr w2 r Manchester martyrs. Squire John J. .O'Brien and Representative-elect William P. McDon-ogof Division 4, wero successful In tho recent election. After adding eight members to its rolls Division 45 of Boston voted to keep all who have joined the colors in good standing. Division 71 of Boston has forwarded Christmas parcels to Its soldier members who aro at the EAST MARKET STREET. front "somewhere in Prance." All members are Invited to Di vision 4's meeting next Monday night, when an organ will be pre sented to the Camp Zachary Taylor chaplain. of Tomorrow the Hibernians Portland, Ore., will celebrate on an elaborate scale the fortieth anniversary of tho founding of the order SUCCESSOR TO in that city. All hands aro busy In San Francisco in their efforts to aid tho Hibernians and do their bit for tho entertainment of tho national conPOPULAR PRICE TAILORS vention next July. Some fifty members having gono Into the servlco of Undo Sam, the Hibernians of New Haven, Conn., aro to unfurl a service flag from the club rooms in their honor. diTho can visions three 'Montgomery county ono Prices cxceedlngly'Iow and values that havo been merged into not be duplicated anywhere injthe city. An organization, to be known as Division 1 of Dayton, Ohio. This elves early call will be appreciated. the division a membership of over h, Imogene. Many divisions will have exercises in honor of tho memory of Allen, Larkin and O'Brien, tho BE SURE TO CALL FOR P-f- r TB McKENNA .. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. EDW. A. AXMAN HENNESSY & AXMAN iH. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, KyT mss&gmimm&mmmM THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED Fall and Winter Suits Now on Display the city of Louisville, as that branch the city service under his personal care and direction had given wido advertisement to the Louisville police department and their showing at tho recent State Fair made tho whole State proud of their performance. Lieut. Maloney has several offers, ono to go Into tho Government service, and tho best wishes of many will go with of him. TUKKEYS IN PLENTY. i YELLOWSTONE CO. WHISKEY TAYLOR & 'WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. Tho Great American LOUISVILLE, KY. DlBtlllers Ot OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB Lonlrrtlle, Kj 528 W. Mala St. 425 WEST JEFFERSON ST. 400. Up Stairs Store Members of Division 3 aro expected to now become actlvo by Home Phone 3238 attendance at meetings and securing applications for membership. There is a wido field for work, and with little effort our numbers could be doubled. Mllwaukeo A CANDI(E)D REQUEST v 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. & BAUER 219. West Jefferson. CANDY MAKERS Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the hose to brightest; Where the work to lightest; Where the seal to cooked best; Where the range stead Where work to qnlcklj done; genu Where cooking real fun; Where baking glvea delight; Whero drudge Is oat of sight where That's the "Quick Meal" eosae the test where the Tbat's 'Quick Ileal" comes tou la. Qalek Meal Gas linages Sold, Installed and Highly ReeemmaHdaa GEHER & SON, TOji ' 215 W. MARKET ST. Autos and Taxis For Hire Kg)) service, we are as Give us a trial lor nrst-cias- s close to yeu as your phone. Prompt service, dav and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs tar specialty. Give us a call. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. BOTH PHONES 2399, Lee Young Automobile Co. Hibernians have declared against all acts of disloyalty and approves this country's struggle for world liberty. They aro BOY FRACTURES ARM. ready to to fight for her shoulder to shoulder with England, Franco William Dennes, eight old, and the other allies whatever the son of William Dennes, years four for consequences. years 'Deputy Clerk of the Police Division 6 of Indianapolis had the Court, fell down the stairs at his best Hibernian social ever given in home, 517 East Ormsby avenue, Marlon county. Capt. P. J. Kelle-he- r Monday and sustained a compound In an eloquent and patriotic ad- fracture of 1il3 left arm. His father dress touched current conditions and had been ill for.several days and is tho loyalty of tho Irish In America confined to his bed. from the darks days of the Revolution to the present time. Tho Irish YOUNG LADIES' SOCIAL. race would lead in saving tho re public in the future, as they did in Tho Young Ladles' Sodality of tho past and aro doing in the St. Ann's church will 'give a Thankspresent. He denounced the bigots giving social next Wednesday after-nop- n who attack tho raco or question and evening at the school their loyalty. hall, Seventh and Davles avenue, the usual games to bo at 2:30 and VISITS ALABAMA CAMPS. 8 o'clock. Arrangements nave been mado for the distribution of a Rev. Father Emmet B. Kennedy, largo number of iprlzes, and many of Mobile, has just completed a vis- turkeys will also be disposed of. Do itation to many of tho army camps sure to take the Sixth street car to in tho Eastern Alabama district, Davles avenue, the end of tho line, during which (ho was able to learn much concerning tho social and reMOURN ID3R DEATH. ligious atmosphere therein. Father Kennedy was a Louisville boy and A pall of gloom overshadowed the has done much for the soldiers. ranks of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America last Sunday when ST. CECILIA'S. It became known that Miss Elizabeth McCloud bad gone to lior eterA branch of tho Holy Namo nal reward. For years she had has been organized In St. an active and respected figure Cecilia's parish, with Rov. John been In Catholic society circles. She is Fallon as Spiritual Director, that survived by a sister, Miss Mary Mcpromises to eoon have a largo membrother, James Mcbership. The officers aro John J. Cloud, and a funeral Cloud. took place Joseph Gruber, Tuesday The Lynn, President; morning from St. PatSecretary; Leo Connolly, Treasurer. rick's church, attended by many On tho night of November 27 there will bo a mammoth minstrel mourning friends. show in St. Cecilia's Hall, the proFOOTBALL. ceeds to be given the St. Vincent do Paul Society for the relief of The St. Xavier College football the poor. eleven will havo for opponents the cadets from K. M. I. this afternoon REAL ENJOY5IENT IIERl on the field at Lutz Park. These The members of St. Agneschurch teams are pretty evenly matched, are eager to meet all their friends but Coach Bill iDuffy, of the Saints, next Wednesday at the school hall, Is "expecting a close game and beNewburgh road and Speed avenue, lieves his green and gold warriors both afternoon and evening. Euchre can conquer the team turned out by and lotto will be played, games be- - the Kestueky Military Institute. So-cl- ey The ladies of St. Columba's church, Thirty-fift- h and Market, have secured a large number of turkeys (or distribution at their Thanksgiving social Wednesday afternoon and evening. They will also serve ''a warm supper from 5:30 to 7' o'clock. A beautiful kitchen cabinet will bo awarded and tho evening tally prize will be a fine turkey. Games will begin at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. The vegetable baskets wllL be another attraction. DINNER INCOMPLETE i WITHOUT and card party at the Tyler Hotel on Thanksgiving eve. Invitation has been extended to a number of the soldiers at Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleeson will act as chaperones. All members and their escorts are cordially Invited. Members desiring to attend kindly confer with Miss A. E. Hollenkamp, Room Treasurer, 1302 Lincoln building, or Miss Anna Leo Rellhan, 726 South Eighth street, not later than Monday noon, November 26. SOLDIER The St. Helena's Club will give a Thanksgiving danco F.RX.L.BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER IS STRICKEN. Jefforsonvllle, re- i Prompt i "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.!' Spring Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gavin, 148 ceived Information Wednesday that their son, Thomas Gavin, Is in a critical condition at Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss., where he recently was transferred from Camp Zachary Taylor. He was ono of the Jeffersonvlllo men drafted and became a member of Company H, street, IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 335th United States Infantry. The Information received was to tho effect he was suffering from hemorrhages and his condition was regarded with alarm. ST. ELIZABETH'S, people of St. Elizabeth's parlsli will have a free Thanksgiving social for the benefit of their church on Wednesday and Thursday in tho Wednesday afchurch foasement. Tho OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PH0N6 CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KYt A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of ternoon will be for tho children. Euchre and lotto will bo played Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon, and Thursday night will bo given to genoral amusements, A Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager hassenpaeffer supper will bo served the first evening and chicken supper Due to the great demand we are sow BOTTLING COMMON, Thursday night. The door prizes and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. will be $2.50 gold pieces. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. PHONES SISTERS. RETREAT FOR Tho retreat mado by tho Sisters of ithe Good Shepherd at the convent on Eighth street came to a close ceremony impressivo on with Wednesday. wero Tho exercises conducted by Rov. Father Sylvian, of the Passionlst order. TWO AND TWO. Mayor Curley, of Boston; Mayor-ele- ct Hylan, of New York; Mayor-ele- ct Magee, ot Pittsburgh, and perGalvln, of Clncin-mt- l, haps Mayor-eleare Catholics. Two are Democt FALL CITY BEER Home Phone 1913" Cutnb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMANN, xircoarosATEB BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. SM at all leading bars and cafes, Renowned for purity, strength, crats and two Republicans. GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, UwlsvIHe, Ky.