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Wholesale and Retal Homo Phone City 7075. HARMON'S VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918. n, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Exposition In Chicago, in 1893, visits to St. Paul's shanty-towthe "prisoners, who told the grand was one of the miost wonderful throwing whisky bottles out jury that they had. gone fifty over sent. It was an admonition to doorways. Tho of the squalid hours without food. d contained the his people here Mr". Selllgman, of the Board of work ho thus began he extended W' sentiment that with tho gospel of Safety, filed, eight pages of typethroughout the Northwest and travChrist in one hand and the constieled the whole country preaching written matter the other day extution of the United Staes in ho temperance. Ho even carried the plaining to the insurance men why ''y'1 Takes Uio Most Rev. John Ire- - battle back to Ireland and Great Hold Tlwlr Fifth and tho Largest other they would always be march- Enjoy Good Old Fashioned RcpublU tho fire department could be called How Soldiers Aro Being Entertained ing to victory, tl speaker said. '. ' 'tHbS a fire dfepartment, and if Mr, SelllgBritain. His energy was so abuncan Row Now Going s Initiation of tho Present at KjilKlitH nf Columbus Tho speaker concluded with a land, Archbishop of St. man made the same sort of a' plea dant and his zeal for work such w-'igreat work the Year. tribute to tho t On. Tliilldings. before a Jury thoy would bring In that the term "consecrated bliz.,? Paul. Knights of Columbus are doing in a verdict of igullty without leaving zard" as applied to him by ono of by expressing his grat- this war and their seats. As 'Mr. Selllgman seems his admirers was accepted by many j Ideation over th fact that he had to be tho busy little explainer of others as a peculiarly happy expresBolnhovlki Hundreds Aro Thrilled, by Address Administration Peeveil the Board or Safety, many would Very laborious Work Confronts the American Prclato Succumbs sion. at one time conceived Great that of tho Knights of Columbus. tho like to see him try and explain He French Eloquent t Iiitllrfcrcnco of Itaco of Chaplains Who Caro Others who Spoke at tho dinner v. why we haven't a police force InIdea of consolidating tho Catholic to Long Illness of Ileart were Chaplain Ignatius Fealey, C. Priest Soldier. parochial schools and tho public stead of tho Keystone comedy boys. Patrons. For Hospitals. Disease. T. S., of Carapt Taylor, and Grand Tho department Is hopelessly Tho plan was tried at schools. Knight J. Zoellfer. of the New Al and lately fights galore Falrabault and Stillwater, 311nn., bany Council. have been pulled off without a but friction which the ATchblshop the could not relieve arose and Splendid Exemplification of DeChief Petty Forgets His Promise of word from the board or Chief Petty. Activities of tho Queen's Daughters as Monument One of the scheme was dropped. He was' CARDINALJS CILMUTIES. wno solemnly promised he would Leaves grees Given by Team News to Fcllow-StocAmong (ho Rest at the always keep the public posted on founder of the Hill Seminary on Finest Cathedrals In Though the parthly body of John police doings. Recently Corporal tho Minnesota side of tho Mlsslsslpl ' Camp. From Chicago. holdcrs. Cardinal Farley!" lies beneath tho ..America. Moran, of tho mounted men, rbrer. To this he gave his highly-prize- d high altar of StPatrlck's Cathedral, walloped Hartman, of tho private library, one of the a ehrlne at whJch tho faithful by and last week Patrolman most comprehensive in tho Norththousands are offering prayers for Krieger to bo held from flcht- west. Ono of his early works was COL. CALLAHAN TOASTMASTKR. repose of his soul, his RILL BliUNK'S JOLLY CRUISE. Ing Capt. had the eternal WORK. the founding of a colony of 000 Helmerdlnger and Lieut. NEW SECRETARIES FROM EAST. a. I v, ACTIVE IX PATRIOTIC spirit is as mdeh alive as though wnitehouse. Lieut. Thomas .A. Catholic farmers In Western Minhis life had not ended. Young, who gave promise of being nesota In 1876. He becamo Bishop One of the stories told' of the an efficient officor. oult In distrust In 1875 and ATchblshop In 1886. Tho appearance of National Re- and told them that the department The fifth and largest and proba Cardinal comes from the Rev. During the past week four big Archbishop John Ireland, of the He received support from many of bly A. Toronton, rector of St. publican Chairman Will II. Hays was the last Initiation of tho year Thomas as demoralized. Yet none of this entertainments were held at the of tho Roman his admirers for appointment diocese church. Father Thornton St. Paul bouts and American Cardinal. by Louisville Council, Knights of Columba'sof tho half dozen priests hero Tuesday didn't seem to creato has come to the ears of the public, camp besides boxing the fourth was ono Catholic church, died early Wednes- CelebratlnE his golden jubilee tho iharmony that the local Repub- whom Chief Petty said was his moving pictures. At building No. a Columbus, was held here Sunday making up the staff of St. Gabriel's licans boasted of in advance, as tho fellow stockholders in tho corpora- 3 Miss Rose Henley and a number day after a long illness of heart few years ago, tho priests of his afternoon, when a class of ninety-seve- n then Chilton-Searcmen wore given the three church when tho Cardinal, of her pupils gave a very enjoyable machine did its part tion of Louisville. diocese presented him with a purse disease and stomach trouble. .fiSuic-Auxiliary Bishop" was by "Oh, I'm jolly old Bill Blunk, a muslcale on Tuesday evening. The As a speaker Arch- degrees. A degree team from Chi- resident there .as of Now York, One to mar tho festive occasion Ireland recently celebrated of $100,000. tho building was packed to the doors of Jiidge James bitter winter njornlng pastor. Far- throwing William Marshall Bullitt pirate bold, Shortly bishop Ireland was direct and cago composed birthday. Ma eightieth Bishop e and the Republicans bodily And sailed the seas in the days of and the soldiers gave each number magnetic, a sense of humor. Donahue, of the Municipal Court afterward he suffered a second re- One of the with a great reception. The nrogramme old, phrases which has often there; Henry J. Lynch, Bornard 3. ley was at his';r prayers of thanks- on me local uity and County Comsix months and his been quoted as characteristic of his Soens, Thomas F. O'Connor, K. of giving when aniold woman unan mittee and war to tho knife has But now regular Keystone copper, consisted of high class musical ' ..V lapse .within ?4 Tho particular endeavor in life Is this: C. Secretary at the Great Lakes nounced walked Into the sacristy. been declared between the two facgrave. by gum, uumbers intermingled with popular' condition becamo the Bishop and John Naylor, She went straight toInstead of show- tions. To make tho committee Yo ho! yo ho! and a bottle of and late songs of tho soldiers, On Archbishop was In frail health for "The watchwords of- fho age are Training Station; knelt beside him. 'V. to rum." Wednesday at this same building Searcy, the Martin J. Killeen, William B. Shee-ha- n ing annoyance lat the Interruption doubly secure Chesley a year. "Last winter ho wentearly reason, education, liberty, j This was the nautical ditty sung the Forty-sixt- h Company of and Thomas Hoey, assisted in he asked her In his kindly tones Louisville's real Mayor, put nono tho Florida. When he returned break- amelioration of tho masses." . SL3S but city and county employes on by one of the Keystoners who was Depot Brigade entertained with a hf the spring he suffered a was at Archbishop Ireland's strong the initiation, which brings the wha ho could do for her. the committee, and if they don't on a wild cruise in the neighbor- military dinner and vaudeville show Americanism, first put to the test membership of the local council to down and for several days "I want of Nineteenth and Portland in the Misses Poutch and Tru-deAiier jj- - when the civil war began, was almost 1,100.the This is duowork largo surprising a pejtr of shoes1," was her fail to perform totheir political du- hood Sunday afternoon, and while with as headliners. ITS the paint or ueatn. answer. energetic and 'his dictation off last This affair was manifested afresh when tho United measure to ii'e''VsC' ' ieians bad practacaiiy nuamuu well,'.' "Very answered the ties according ' - 'cMnBrafrffi! ft didn't arranged by Secretaries Kennedy hose for his recovery ho improveu State3 entered tho world conflict. successful administration of Grand Bishop. "I wlll.seo what I can. do will go their heads. As far as sailing about saw a boy who cry immediately No Booner had Congress formally Knight Thomas D. Clines, who was for you." Rising from his knees fulfilling their duties to the tax- strike his fancy. With a of and Weiss, who have been giving onri almost (. payers, that Is a you 4 "Avast ho very high lubber," choice another than ,a after he was able to leave his bed declared war on Germany people the the unanimoushonor in for K. of C. ho immediatclymade arrangements sideration, and theysecondary con- pounced there, boy and went from headquarters class shows at their "" on the of term, a great will feed off the Archbishop called upon for several months. . by which the old lady got her shoes tho public as long as they oppose port to port in that neighborhood Both of these Secretaries are en- - ; Following the initiation there without delay. fc; the Cathedral. Until last fall his faith to remember that they exhibiting his prize. Finally some tertalners themselves and are in' Archbishop Ireland took a promin- were Americans above all other ties was a military dinner at tho Tyler Cardinal Farley had a rich sense Marshall Bullitt and the other old-li- one the ent part In patriotic activities and and declared it their duty to help Hotel, presided over by Col. P. H. of humor, too?1 and oven allowed out. Republicans who were kicked barn notifiedstation Fourth district great dehiand in their area. Seratanymore) and geant Al Raucht and Private Cook In every way. occasion at that time later whenpurchases Callahan as toastmaster, at which himself onco ayear tho luxury of of theTo add insult to injury one Capt. (not his 'physicians Larkin and a police patrol were also on the programme on the. new committeemen selected covers were laid for over 300. Tho playing practical. Jokes. This was tributed his" breakdown to over- demanded ho advocated and his playing the part of a submarine occasion, and as both aro soldiers of Liberty bonds and contributions Knights, many of them dn khaki, always on Apnl',1 Fools day and to succeed air. Bullitt work. on the Death came quietly. A score of to the Red 'Cros3 and to varjous wero impressed by sound warning he took a keenfplcasure in the little friends is Henry Wolff, a City chaser arrived bold plratoscene and they made a "hit." and his During the past week tho local, romlaent iCathollc clergymen were relief funds. In this course he fol- against too much optimism with re practical pokeereecullar to that sea- Supervisor, who wa3 arrested re- captured the Capt. Larkin released staff of Secretaries was augmented ly cently In a disorderly houso raid. prisoner. at the 'bedside. For three days lowed consistently a part ho took gard to a speedy end of the war son, A AiefcWshop Ireland's physicians had In a famous controversy which ante- by Lieut. George M. Sauvage, tho wero Notwithstanding tho raid Wolff Is the Hoy, took the badge off Blunk by the arrival of Secretaries charities The Cardinal' McQuade, iMcCormack (not fcayt Hir patient alive by the use dated his "Faribault plan." It re- soldier priest, who lias been in most extenstvofand as unobtrusive still on near Mayor Smith's reform and transported him back to baso petition made to tho thick of the fighting ever since as they wero homely. The poor of administration roll. Sam Owens, In the patrol wagon. On his way the Irish tenor, but just ae valuasulted f oxygen. Late Tuesday night the Rome tofrom a In to the cooler he was heard singing ble) and Gavin. The new men are i" adthe. darkcreate the United States the Germans invaded Franco and the parish were his constant caro another member of the reform anal relapse came and in from the East and are all experiwith parochial Belgium and who is now here to and ho had many cares, in the ministration, was sentenced the again: ened room where priests and nuns Clerman parishes activities, i This softly chanted prayers .for tho schools with orders that the Ger- speak in the interest of the fourth winter time ho Was constantly buy- other day to a year in Jail for "I'm a member of the good ship enced In social Reform, ing coal and food for the destitute. blackmail. Somebody please page gives Camp Taylor sixteen mjen enman language be taught In these Liberty loan campaign. dying the end came without a Under Captain Smith I'm a rol- gaged in tho Knights of Columbus Introducing the speakers, Col. But with his charity he mixed con- tho Men's Federation and its vice sign: The Archbishop's Institutions. Its sponsors Bought to licking bum, work. later, Mother Superior Seraphlno; conceal the purpose of tho plan by Callahan said It had. been his pleas- siderable shrewdness and a quick detectives. rM-':Kjjr ' Bf ' On Wednesday evening at buildAnother little story camo out To crooks and burglars wo meau proposing also that it bo followed ure to introduce Lieut. Sauvago to decision of character, tatr Hose. Father" Thomas A. by vf.tLj.HtH bcwduhj. nAAtn4oiinri ' no harm, ing No. 4 the Sixteenth 'Battery of fivA .' It was his delight to drop in un- concerning Hays' visit that didn't v other nationalities, but the tho American Government. Tho ssai p. . weicn, tne atcbiksiiuii yo ho! and a bottle of the observation school staged Yo hot ;. 'UvruB rar help the harmony programme. The was given an ovation expectedly on the older priests, .i. 171... nAnm a uiu Archbishop saw the fallacy of the Boldler-prleTurn."" f)f t. ClOUd. Idea and hastened to Rome, where when he arose to address the asDumber of boxing 3i?' tUVnn lousti offhis own, for a yarn colored Republicans recently forced bouts which were greatly enjoyed oy tho com &jlni.'kBMlla beiHethe bed. The ho successfully combatted it. "Th,c semblage. In tho beginning ho spinning session, and those who the Republican Stato Campaign FRONT LINE WORK. him pany. Tho officers of the battery the; massvof .our, Catholics are. Amerl- - spoko interestingly of his own life knewabIo-4o besfesaid that when ho Committee to move away fromjnafi.. had- the affair Seelbach, .Hotel, becausethg his descriptions was In charge, which epastant anennanee tor nioro man cans." ho argued, -- rney Tesent at the 'frontr .'FolIo'.vlnsUsn'o(nJorepari4oC fltUEhed ' he was" tho ag'o'ment wouldn't let. the colored any attempt to make, them Irishmen of the horrors' of war held position and 'unbend oi (joiuinuus mem. sec- royal. Sergeant 11 Despite his years and his weak-- or German or any other kind of his heartrs spellbound, he also wittiest and most delightful com- brother rldo on tho passenger ele- n is.niKii.xs charge retary In of Imaginable. was a great aned condition, tho physical resist-tc- e foreigner. The Bishops of America caused many hearty laughs In de- panion and admirer Hoof Cardinal vator, but forced him to uso the of Secretaries sent tho first group the F. A. R. D. Bs out from the cert before the boxiJ how ho himself sought friend freight elevator when on political of the Archbishop amazed his are fully able to ward off any for scribing Loguo, ' physicians. band Last April after ho re- eign invasion In the church and to safety from the German shells. Ho Armagh. the brilliant Archbishop of mission bent. So Tuesday night Paris headquarters: entertl McCarthy, Bame Armagh "Field Secretaries Iroland. turned from Florida, where he maintain It on thoroughly American spoke with emotion of the bravery Cardinal Farley's birthplace and was State Committeeman Hert arranged Ring,, Walker, Dunna and Thorpe auditorium on Friday, ho a "free doings" for tho colored Regravely lines." Later on the same pro- of the French soldier and the spent tho winter, he became der the direction of It orleft headquarters there sevoral times ill. His life was dlspalred of, but posal he said: "Our country is not French women, to whose heroism visited visits got to know and on publicans at Thirteenth and Chest- ders to join tho :Sunday with Wo with fifty pieces. Tlu those Division. Cardinal nut, and late in the evening took continuing in frail a Poland to be partitioned at tho he paid the highest tribute. "Tho Logue he rallied, , which qulto well. was hoad- - was attended by almostsch. airived at e Wn women have been braver oven than Chairman Hays down on a health, however, until about two good pleasure of foreigners. Cardinal Farley was Intensely visit to their colored friends. But ijarters for this division, at 10.30 officers of tho training very' have, under Peter's successor, our the brave soldiers," he said. "They patriotic weeks ago, DroKiamme was of a patience and of tho Archbishop s autonomy, and for the sake of tho aro doing tho work of the men and with laymen or had scant failed to here again Harmony was thrown a. m. Tuesday, and Immediately der and the crowded audlum Members reported at headquarters, but wero clergy who v household said arrangements for tho American church and the American aro working In munition factories give tho mas.t wholehearted and out the door Just as in the Bullitt-Searc- y unable to see the commanding offi- encored again and again. fight. Phil Brown, Hert's cer. Wo met an officer in the On Thursday night at' building funeral would not be completed republic we will retain autonomy." where, as a result of the material nctlve "support to the President in Chairman, As a monument to ATchblshop they handle, they lose their hair tho war with Germany. until word was received from a who gave us a No. 1 tho regular weekly vaudeville " It was choice for n.i tUUlUU was opposed very m Adjutant's ofllce, T XV. UC1US ) number of church dignitaries who Ireland stands the beautiful Cathe and their good looks forever. Thoy loo-l,In l.m.,nh Mo i. .n. I... 1UUUJ, IUUII vtfollowed strong cordial reception and Instruct- Bhow was held with the assistance quartette, attended tho funeral of Cardinal dral of St. Paul on the brow of St. do not mind it. They only want fi, nnm(in. f 1.0. e Berry, and blows ed us to go ahead and find a loca- of Louisville's premier by John M. Farley in New York. a, Anthony Hill. It overlooks the val- ono thing victory." According to ciety for tho Propagation of the lordl the consequences being that tion for the distribution of our sup- accompanied Olrs. Katherlne held such Keystone coppers were called plies and tho opening of a tem- Whipple Dobbs, who is so well Mississippi and tho thriv- the speaker, France with Its Archbishop Ireland ley charge of the mis- the ' ; fa' keen and active Interest in general ing of thewhoso growth from a to clear tho hall. After tho Searcy-Bulli- tt porary club. city inhabitants, who did not Faith, which has This tho location was known to Louisville music lovers, during rough pioneer trading post syn- want war,, has raised 10,000,000 sion work in FarleyCatholic church, knock-dow- n "'.'Mr' affairs in tho United States and drag-oLeo. formerly impressed Pope tho Tho singers wero Mrs. fc century that ho was chronized with the attainment of soldiers, of whom 1,500,000 have that Cardinal his worthiness for tho and tho row among the colored Kceno of a and very recently man Airs. Harry Schultz. Fred Sic the nast Nuetzol' Plus X. with fierce battle, but we m" noted as half been killed and as many wounded Cardlnalate. a publicist as well as for fame by its founder. v The rest of HIS' great Interest In Republicans you'll have a hard time aged to find a small building on the and Robert Davidson, The remains will lie in State In or taken prisoners. Lieut. Sauvage tho advancement of foreign missions convincing Hert's guest that Ken- main highway and opened ouV hut me programme was made uj his Tellgious zeal. Ho was one of of the the Cathedral until Wednesday spoke in the highest terms of the was proved when ho aided ma tucky wasn't aptly named when nt 3:30 p. m. that day. songs and dances by Secr the most distinguished if morning, when tho final funeral Belgians and also of the Irish reg terially to mako the founding of they called it the "Dark and Catholic churchmen Roman "Tho five Secretaries were kept J. Flynn, tho star onteria, America. There were few fields of services will be held. The funeral iments with which he had come in Maryknoll, tho college for two hours handing out uuuuuMum. iyman uwa,, for the Bloody Ground." Tho local Bolahovlkl administraIntellectual, political or spiritual will bo one of the largest and most contact. biatlonery, cigarettes and other sup- talned for nlinnRf Hir!F. a preparation of missionaries at "When I got orders to go to OEsIntng, N. Y., a possibility. Tho tion showed its true sniallness in plies. I estimated that at least with songs and stories, & endeavor in which ho failed to take impressive ever witnessed in tho America," the speaker said, "I did education of the children was an the handling of the racing question, 1,500 men passed to our hut In the nureiy weicomea oack vJ aj positive stand, making himself at Western States. not want to go, because it is hard other cherished duty, and no strug- and tho publication in the Louis- first two hours that we were open. One of the "hits" of thd times the center of a controversy. to leavo the. men with whom one gling parish priest seeking to bulid ville Herald last Sunday that the They wero so eager to get at the nuo muuu uy Born in 1838 in Ireland, n carHOSPITAL IN IRELAND. Jimi has been at .the front for over a school ever failed to get sym uoaru oi w.orics wouia tear up slationery and cigarettes and to sell, who is one of the penter's son, he was carried with years. Gen. Petairi has said pathetic encouragement parents In the tide of Irish Fourth street south of Oak to de- bacco that tho military police had dancers seen here in mail and aid his At tho principal American de three lay race patrons and Immigration to America while he stroyer base In Ireland a now hos- that whatever the officers In this from tho great churchman. otherwise (o lino them up and make them Privates Waltz and Schmalt at pital h03 sprung up within the past war have done it is nothing comservice was a child. Altar The Cardinal's life was extremely harass them caused widespread In- pass in through the front door and soldiers of tho F. A. R. Burlington, Vt, and a Jolting trip few weeks, with facilities for 250 pared with the deeds of tho private simple. Thero was no ostentation dignation, so much so that tho cut through a window at the side. iivb auiiiis ueiore xno al 'Ma Ho went board dared not go through with "The old church directly across would let them go. Anothei West on a prairie schooner were patients. One feature of this, hos- soldier. - Wo all should kneel in nor parade about 'him. memories, Its programme of mak- (he street was occupied as a field ocr on tne programme whi, in among his boyhood before those privates. pital is that it was really "Made In veneration glad I came. The very about Ills business his a businesslike ing announced way. single But I very hiim order wan multitudinous bringing him finally to St. Paul, America" tho buildings having village am "which I was to remain duties Considorlngadvanced age, he etc., a as tho track, with a flagman, hospital, but thoy were ordered to ot a of Miss Ing and his .in Herald said. Peeved movo out at 5 Minn., in 1852, when Indians in teen Gertrude through tho for several weeks was destroyed by was easily accessible to those whose becauso the race people, just like and wo moved o'clock that night ganlst from St. Philip SImA constructed in, as there was gay blankets stalked the streets of American Rod Cross In tho United NorlVct more room in tho church. We The entertainment for the! that frontier town. One evening Plates on the "knock down" plan tho Germans within two days after missions wero entitled to personal Presldont Wilson, paid no attention much up And that mission might to near Mayor Smith's bombastic in ado some desks for tho boys to orea troops at building No. left, and if I had not been killed audlenco. the Missionary Cretin, first Bishop and shipped to the Irish base to be t might now be a prisoner In a bo only the appeal of some unfor- utterances, the street blocking plan write on out of boards and boxes, furnished by Winlock and of St. Paul, while watching from pieced together there. or material aid. was announced, tho street parade of and tho building was crowded until pany, assisted by several tunate German camp. I hlB window some boys of ihis parish id The long ward 'hutments, which oemg nere to beingcertainly prefer Nor didfor counsel ho ever write a great deal. tho raco band forbidden and Chief dark, when the men were unable to entertainers from the 814th Pionl a prisoner of at play, called to John Ireland and are now almost completed, are lowho later be- cated on ta sloping hillside war. Everybody now realizes that His principal contribution to litera- Petty, of tho O'Gorman Keystoners, an- tee because of tho lack of illumina- iniantry. Thomas Trio numbers of Ml nounced that no tipsters would be tion, as we wero very close to the Harris, Miss Wilson, Winlock aJ came Bishop of Sioux Falls to gently rises from the sea andthat America is to bo the deciding fac- ture was tho "Life of Cardinal is which he published last allowed on the streot. lino. The town Is located about i.ano wero very much enjoyed church. He asked topped at its crest by a frlngo of tor in this war. You Americans come into the become Many would llko to hear him eight kilometres from tho froht tne soldiers. The "hit" nr them if they wished to playmate giant beech trees. Tho alto is one aro going to win this war. That winter. J announce the same thing about tho line and directly In range of the evening was mado bv soldlm-- "ttpol meanB that priests. Both he and his of the most beautiful in this part sponsibility. you faavo a great reWo wero shell" Willie and Prlvnto wmi,,! priesthood was their of Ireland. It is an old estate, GONE OVER SEAS. pickpockets and burglars who are German field guns. agreed that Your men at the front reaping a harvest under tho noses shelled several times and gassed of the 814th, and the Black Devllsi ambition. (Bishop Cretin cent them, vlth a fine manor houee, which Is will do their duty. Thoy will give guardian, to France, to be used as a home for the thirty their lives if they have to. But Louis Doyle, John Tully and E. of the comedy coppers. Many who Hire times during the first night. mum, in charge of a sketch "Tho next afternoon I left for scream. meir comedy Powell, being aJ where they were educated by the women nurses assigned to tho hos- thoy expect you to back them up, B. Monsch, Knights of Columbus can find time to go to the races Private of the! heard of pital. ' The other personnel of tho so that thoy will not die In vain. Secretaries and well known in can't see that they aro wasting Paris for mora supplies, as wo wero Marist Fathers. When lie war "ssimenr, aiso demonstrated! in hospital will include eighteen navy Lack of determination on, your part Louisville business circles, left Mon- their time any more than our near running short even that quickly, """' ub is a, singer or very the outbreak of the civil hfgr and I knew what we America the student turned home- physicians and seventy-fiv- e male will have to be made up with blood day for New York City, and from Mayor who finds plenty of time to last only a fow days athad would tho most. ward, flred with as inuoh patriotism nurses, electricians, cooks and other it the front. Bo not too optimistic. thot'e will make the over seas trip play his favorite golf, which we On my ino entertainment buildins return I found that our sup- No. a during the weekat wan They will join the believe is classed as a Tho war will last two or threo for France. as Telision, After being ordained attendants. fur wore exhausted, an that we at St, Paul, he eagerly accepted the The women nurses were pleasantly years longer and duirng that timo Knights of Columbus forces there The near Mayor likes golf and oth- plies be3t move' back, asand was very nished by Mr. and Mrs. Ryan and" had It appointment as chaplain in fou must bo prepared to make and work for our boys who foave ers like racing. Everybody to their dangerous. Wo established our new Secretary MoVelgn and consisted of surprised by the arrangements Wfth Regiment of the Minnesota which have been made for their sacrifices, greater probably than gone with Uncle Sam's forces and taste, as the old lady said when headquarters in an old school build- musical numbers and recitations, Volunteers. Ho was ardent for the comfort. They not only have a pic- you can now imagine. France is aro battling for world liberty and she kissed tho cow. nt ing, and aro working now up to with the band of the Second Shades of Charley Foster! Dnlonlst cause and shared every turesque arid comfortable home In a prepared to spend the last centime justice. Louis Doyle was for years Our playing a concert on Tueadav and com- evening. hardship of tho soldier's life in fine old residential building, but and shed the last drop of blood with the Atlas coal company, sec- reform Jailer appears In an adver- tho different batteries winter raids. At they And a feminine touch In all the for tho final victory and the French retary Tully was for years Chief tising card tho other day recom- panies with our small car and on their terrible Tho work of tho Ohmi'i tv,w, help by furnishings and decorations.' Mrs. know that Americans will see them of tho Park Guards and Mr. Monsch mending a bug and roach killer foot. gave yeoman's luka he Iters at the local "This is rushing ammunition to tho front Peter Clarke McFarlane, Wire of a through. I can not describe tho was an inspector for tho Home and saying that when ho took hold orr divisiona very active sector, artd wie wear activities camp it one of carried on id is in the thick of tho of the Jail It was filled when it was gorely needed. He was well knpwn American author, took Joy that took possession of Franco Telephone Company, witn obliged We wear our connection with roaches and bugs., Can you beat fight. masks are all timesto and Bleep as the crowds the K. of, C. work,' stricken with fever after less than charge of the problem of furnishing when tho first Americans landed for at that for gall? Durinsr tho four gas them on, and In an alert posi- after mass m well tho breakfast s year's service and returned to a dip old house and persuaded tho ovor there and when Gen. Pershing INTERESTING TALK. with demonstrated. St. Paul pastorate. builders to provide many of the Bald: 'Lafayette, we are here.' And regime tion. Wo wero given a very cordial It is hoped by the secretarial Attorney William P. McDonosrh years of Charley Foster's national at- little comforts which are much en- when the surf American He swon attracted work, soldiers delivered an. interesting talk to tho committees from women's club3, reception by every one wo met, and 'hat ?ih,B 1U Jmterfere Vita for joyed by women and usually over marched past the graves of our members of Division tention through his 4, A. O. H., good government organizations and f found that this division is a vory these ladles' wojfc during Ihe comstory is told of how looked by men. The dead these ve.ry dead rose Jn their Monday evemjng in Bertrand. Hall, grand juries without a dissenting large percentage Catholic. We hava ing winter. The hospital has its own electric graves and saluted them. That Is relating to proper filling out of the voice paid the highest tribute to five Catholic army chaplains W, one January night in 1869 three .. On Wednesday drunkards staggered into his dooi--- plant, sewage plant and water sup- one of the great things ta France. queetlonalre blanks which have the cleanliness of the Jail and it ono K. of C. chaplain with and tarles .Ryan and afternoonn Seal Lma., ,J this a rumpled ply. It will have Its own garden, We believe that, our dead are not proved so puszllng to many of our was often said the floors warn Mabu him mH h&Mled charge of the work at, the1 hospltl division. khtet, which readr "For God's sake raise its own poultry and maintain dead, but that their plrits are still pi'oepeetlve aoldiew ... Mr. McDon-og- h enough to eat your meals off. If ""Pl.n triAn Jr. concert at toe dlfferd organize explained thet different sections', tho Jail was Infested when Barr game lot, and aro undergoing a 6vw whi the Hughes orchestl mjbfivo vw..;. Its own dairy. Already the sailors fighting with those who are still on wards sepeoially those nertainincr to de took charge why didn't he hire th? great many hardships, but do not The paper was signed by seven men Imve turned farmer. The pastures the battlefields." iutt or ' privates Owen Including a saloonkeeper. Those and meadows of the estate afforded Judge Donahue, who was to de- pendents and salary allotment.-- ! famous killer long ago, and the complain: only we should be Paul was a good hay crop, whjch was all har- - liver an address on, "Carry On," Thorn beautiful ttnl were tha days when J. Langen and Vt J. Me Inconsistency of his, statement Is equipped with cota to sleep on. Wo roioe, who toriwlence and vestea oy men rrom tue American was unable to do so, due to the Dermott were annotated a commit shown by the fact ttiafc the' Pled have to sleep Ailed with botda Sunday flotilla In tUelr off boum. The barn fact that he and his friends bad to tee to seeurei a aervlee flag tor Di- Piper of the bugs was Tunning a any barnt sheds or " w.TO ot "Fn xnreft r.ii!i the riot o drtok. Th other place we can find Ms Father Irelawl ftegan nw eamMsga has been flUad wrth it and thare leave, but he spoke long enough to vision 4 Mall, the dlvieten, sow reetaurant up to two months ago. offers shelter. And we usually thai at the tHMpitei pes a, vary find aim tempwmae ail of Afcl, r- la a fair slaad nttfck in a nearby say that the message of Pope Leo oarltt twWe nenfam la Bhe eerv- - It's a oineh the bum and . bv organising these ntacee very dirty and ' full of or eighty members. He made Hire- field ready for tne whiter. XII. mt the time of the CotesHms lee. dWa't thriye off ihe ood left by (Oanttftyetf : an Foatn Tage.) and other tiringa." ' V 1 DEATH K. OF C. CAMP NEWS , k k- Key-stoner- s, y old-lin- - rWcWSK ? 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Strike hard and glvo no quarter Till mad ambition's lust Vile vultuio prey shall fall away To nothingness and dust. The i'lBht Seems to lie Knthely Too Petty to Deserve Serious They go with high Ideals, To looso the galling chains, Consideration. To break the yoke of bondage, Nor think of selfish gains. They go for us to shield us From "Kultur's" baneful dream, IXTHOIU'CKD 1IY 'PHOTKSTAXT, Nor think to make for honor's sake Tho sacrifice supreme. Mpimci and ClirlstJun Science Mon Itor Flnil It a Stuinbllnp Urave laddies, gallant, splendid, Monitor The Christian Science Our thoughts aro still with you has gotten Into excellent company; Tho' ahlps that bridge the ocean ( Transport you from our view. It Is engaged in a fight in which the Menace is playing an active Our hands will deftly fashion Each comfort love can hint, part, the flglH against the "An-?elntho Till war Is done and victory won bill which has passed We'll serve you without stint. Senate and is awaiting sanction in the House of Representatives; a bill which asks all the people to The Lord of Hosts Is with us, Dear mother nature knows pray each day for one minute for horng of the success of our cause In the And from her substance plenty flows; Abundance world far on the stroke of 12 at furnace, midday. Neither the Christian Sci- From mine and mill and Hold, From orchard, garden, ence Monitor nor the Menace can force itself to recognize the pro- With lavish hand she fills our land With all that earth can yield. priety of this bill which requires the saying of prayers for the purpose and at the time designated, What, then, are paltry dollars That we should dare withhold although they do admit that petition to Almighty God is most desirable From soldiers, sailors, allies, Our millions manifold? and most necessary for the success of our cause. The stumbling block With them the boys aro smashing Von Hlndenburg's dread line, is Is the word "Angelus" which quick retreat beat contained in the bill, and the fart While Roches toward a tho Rhine. With faces that the time designated for tho dally prayer is the tlmo set for O, give, and give rejoicing, Catholics for the dally act of de'Twill hasten that glad hour argument advanced votion. .The hatred against the bill Is that it is sup- When live Its must surrender To vaunted power, posed to be a piece of "relllgous" legislation, that It savors of "sec- With nationsof reunited, Forgetful their wrongs, tarianism," and that it Is said to From pain untold there shall unfold be sponsored by "Roman Catholics" THE BOYS' STORE Yes, the RIGHT STORE for Boys' and Children's School Clothes and everything is ready here for the fall season. Boys' Suits, Shirts, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes! Hosiery and Footwear for Misses Children.! , Complete stock-largvarieties, and e superior values. 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M These Urea are all flnt trnarastted stock, wltb saaae ana serial axstiK We (oUolt a eaU to Inspect our stock lt.tS 12.9 ( at bosk stares. 8.B0 8.85 10.95 lladn dtflec 430 9. J!'iTJf W. Lwlsvllit Ti ind'RubfairCo, Iaeorporated Mais atW" 1039 ism." Whatever the origin of tho bill, there can be no objection to It In principle, for who will contest the propriety of setting aside ono minute a day to prayer? Nor can there bo a valid objection to tho hour, because the hour of 12 Is universally considered the point of division In the business, the working day. It Is the time when most senerally men pause for the lunch hour and when families congregate y for the meal. Tho hour and the motive then are appropriate: there remains but Ihe question of the "sectarian" character of tho bill. In this conneatlon It may be well to look Into tho life of the man "who Introduced the bill In the United States Senate, In order to seo whether well be he might termed an agent of the "Romanists." This man Is tho Hon. Henry L, Myers, Senator from Montana. Throughout his Hfo tho Senator does not seem to have been unduly Influenced by Catholic agencies. On the contrary he has acquired his Inearly training In stitutions, his religious belief Is not Catholic and his society affiliations are anything but Catholic. According to Who's Who In America (1918-191Myers was born In Cooper county, IMo., on October 9, 1862. He was educated In private schools, at Cooper Institute and at lloonvllle Academy. He practiced law at Boonville and West Point from 1885 to 1893, and at Hamilton, 'Mont., from 1893 on, In 1896 he married Nora S. Doran, of Hamilton, Mont. Myers was Prosecuting Attorney of Ravllll county, Mont., from 1895 to 1809; was member of tho Montana Legislature 1899- 1903; served as iDIstrlct Judge of the Fourth Judicial district of Montana Myers Is sorvlng his second term in the Senate, the first having covered the period whllo the present from term will expire In 1923, The Sen ator Is a Democrat, a Presbyterian, a Mason, a member of the Knights of Pythias, the Elks, tho Eagles, the Modern Woodmen. Surely tho Senator from .Montana Is not a man to be easily suspected of serving as a tool for the hated Romanists. Still the bill Is characterized by the Menace as an attempt to "demand that the whole people observe the Roman Catholic Angelus at noon each day," and the same paper adds that "we oan not refrain from protesting ag&kit a 'one minute' Roman Catholle propo-mid-danon-Cathol- ic 9) The world's great renaissance. Mildred S. McFaden. Jurisdiction of Congress and the President, does not seem to have any weight; the Menace distorts the meaning of the proposed law and ridicules tho custom already established in tho District of Columbia and other sections of the country. Similarly the Monaco opposes the "Angelus" bill because the word "Angelus" is used in the preamble and because the bill designates as the moment for nrayor that moment at which the church-bell- s call th9 faithful to prayer in honor of tho Virgin. To call on the people of eltlon. the United States oven by Implication to go to counting their beads' Mary's' cornea and saying 'Hail within tho realms of freak legislation which It seems Incredible that sane men would engage in." Tho fact that the. "Angelus" minute prayer Is observed in tho District of Columbia, which Is under direct 1907-191- 1. 1911-191- 7, The Christian Science Monitor has also devoted much space to the "Angelus" bill, as wo have indicated. It is gratifying to note that this publication at least indicates the classes or groups among whom it has found the most ardent support of Its opposition to the meas ure. In a "Special to tho Christian Science Monitor from its Eastern Bureau." we read: "William S. Farmer, Most Worshipful Grand Master of the New York Grand Lodge, A. F. and A. M told a representative of this bureau on Monday that he was personally op-- 1 posed to the Senate resolution which has come to be known as the Angelus affair. Roman Catholic Emphasis is laid on the fact that this is Farmer's personal opinion, and was not given to this bureau as the official view of tho leader of the Masonic fraternity in this State. Ho did, however, glvo permission to this bureau to say that personally he was opposed to the resolution. Protests against the resolution continue to go forward to Washington from this city and vicinity, and clergymen and laymen are 'becoming more alert to the real danger lying behind the resolution. Clergymen and others continue to declare their surprise that the Senate should countenance any such sectarianism as Is evident In ilie resolution. Samuel Wilson, Assistant State Su oerlntendent of th B League of New Jeiiey, made a gesture of emphetlo nrotest when. Informed of the aff Ir, and his re- Anti-aloon nothing to say; but as a Presby terian I have a very strong opinion on the subject, and that is that the ritual of no denomination ought to have recognition in any "branch of tho Federal Oovernment, afld tho Angelus being, as I understand, a iHcovpaiwco MARKET STKET fourth Avenue prayer addressed to tho Virgin Mary, and not to God, is decidedly out of place In this connection.' " We Give nd Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. Many similar expressions have been used to create additional opposition against the Angelus bill. The fight seems to bo entirely too petty to deserve serious consideration. Tho reference to tho Angelus In the bill Is contained only In the preamble, and there the phrase reads: "Whereas, What is called the Angelus, tho practice of prayer tor one minute at noon each day for the success of our country in the existing war, is being observed In the District of Columbia and NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT Bomo other parte of the United States." Besides there Is no reference to the Catholic Angelus. The purport of the proposed act is evidently because Catholics observe the morning and . , evening Angelus as well as the noon-dacall to prayer, whllo the bill refers only to noon-daprayer. Moreover in the city of Washington Itself a siren, mounted on a lofty building. Is used to announce the "minute" of prayer while the TO GO WITH THESE SUITS cliurch bells toll their wonted call. Consequently in the sense of the sf law the universally agreed moment "T V for prayer is simply the stroke of 12, and this moment is always indicated by tho bells of Catholic churches. If any community deNew Lines of White and Colored Diess Good sires to adopt a different signal no ono will prevent such action. . and Laces for Girls' school wear. Neither tho Christian Science Monitor nor the Menace have adduced proof that the bill to which they object Is fostered by Catholics In an organized manner. In fa'-- t careful perusal of the Catholic press has failed to show any marked enthusiasm over tho bill, or any special efforts directed toward fnere the boms Is Where work U quicJrly 6ecuring Its adoption on the nart done; brightest; of Catholics. C. B. of C. 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' Influenza and pneumonia brought death to Charles Lltterer, aged thlr-- i Monday afternoon at his world was so necessary to the salva- Chesley will certainly hear of the homo, 1007 Lampton street. Ho Is tion of the human race as right way wo'vo been treated," ho was PREPARE YOUR HEARTS. survived by his wife. Mrs. Mary Llt- now. The great war, foretold In told In tho station house. Someterer, and five children. Funeral the Apocalypse under the name of body must have heard, as many of and interment took place at St. Armageddon, has been fought to a the negroes with no draft cards Footsore tho holy couple trod and tho armies which havo weer fined ?5 and tho lino susi finish Michael's cemetery. Amid the city's motley crowd; contended for what Is most desira- pended without being held for tho And from each door the keepers civilization have United States Government, as many influenza ble In Christian Pneumonia following proud proved fatal to Mrs. Helen Nichols come forth from tho conflict vic- white men have been. Refused a shelter to their God. on Sunday night at her home, 722 torious. Among tho object lessons A FINE SHOWING AT THIS NEW It Is true that many policemen Lampton street. Sho was thlrty-thTc- o taught us by tho greatest war in left from former Alone the rucged thoroughfare years old and tho wife Of history none has been more striking resigned, but scores administrations Their pensive footfalls pressed tho these Shjrley Nichols, for whom thero Is than the necessity of unity as an tho department when of newly left ground, approfound sympathy. The funeral esential condition ot success. As pointed officers made such remarks Until within a cave they found place at St. long as the Central Powers main- as, "You might as well quit now and interment took Sweet repite from the midnight air. Louis cemetery. tained a greater unity than the Al- we'll get you anyhow." This was lies, although outnumbered in men easily made apparent by the doily d fldbr they Upon the Tho best of giftsthat's Louis Nau, aged died and material resources, they never- trials nlaced Monday evening at his home, 1657 theless gained victory after victory flimsy of police and detectives on ' sure! And hero's a choieu Scanl straw; and lo! while yet for charges Prentice street, leaving a widow, and almost reached tho goal ot final cai activity." of "pornicious polltl- lorn, .A score or poljaj Ue from which to make, your - Buccess. Mrs. Mary B. Nau; three sons, Wild beasts It was only when that were discharged on this "gag" Qm In prayer, and Horn 'I'hAnilvpa dill. .UUU.O Ttfa it T. . "Gray, ftieetien carefully selected MVV1V anil T.ntita A.CtU, .J..,,. " Man qf Chrjstt". Marshal in tho "ganja" and other fotfr daughters, Mrs. J.tElmore, Mrsr Foch has been called, was appolnte'd hounded until they quit. The stalls, aroundMha cave s was Every leaver, lynx, wolf and Fred Beck, Mrs. E. Keller and Miss Generalissimo and given supreme traced Nellie Nau, and his mother and a command over all tho forces of the police Lieutenant and Captain was nutria fur sets, scarfs and reduced. sistor and brother. The funeral took Allies that the eagle3 of victory been on Many of theso men had Effuleent licht. and angel song muffs. the force from twenty to place Thursday afternoon. upon tho battle flags of the thirty years. All but two Sergeants lighted n King and Announced the Ono "thing's certain theso 'X Entente Lord. Many friends aro mourning tho humanityand crowned tho cause of were dropped and Republicans took with swift and complete their places. This was done in the Obeisance then in sweet accord furs arc all new. It must death of Miss Mamlo Glenn, beloved success. If society Camo from tho raptured, bending daughter of Michael and Mary constructed on tho is nowoftoa he re face of the shortage of proper ma- X bo remembered that this truly torlal, and no telling how far it basis throng. Glenn, 2409 West Market street. ? shoo has just been opened Miss Glenn was possessed of a genial Christian democracy and the autoc- would have gone but for the inis Z and everything here has Dear Mary and her gentle spouse disposition and was popular among racy of tho Czar and tho Kaiser by ability of the Board of Public Safety to secure men to fill the Rebuffed, departed from the inns; X just como from New .York. the young set. For tho bereaved not to be succeeded permanently And Jesus, by our goading sins, family thero is felt deepest sympa- the yet more dreadful autocracy of places. Only a few of the old men ? You're sure of the very y Buch demagogues as remain. Some of theso were capathy. The funeral was held Saturday Our sluggish hearts fails to arouse. latest and very best styles, to como ble men appointed by Orlnstead and and afternoon from St. Charles church. Lenlne home, Trotsky, or brigands X when you make your selec-- 1 nearer of brutual of Bingham, whom tho Democrats held Without He stands and pleading, tho Villa and Carranza type, then during two successive administraasks tion here. Miss Maria Crowley, twenty-tw- o A place whereon to rest his head; yodrs old, died of pneumonia It must be becauso tho disciples of tions. SETS AS LOW AS $40 And, churlish Ingrates we, Instead Wednesday afternoon at the homo Christ are somehow going to forgot Even now with a fow of tho Of love, reprove his tender task. of her parents, 'Mr. and (Mrs. Harry the divisions of tho sixteenth cen veterans left in tho department,, the SCARFS AS LOW AS $20 together In a Republicans do not want civil servCrowley, 2222 St. Louis avenue. tury and to standagainBt unity MUFFS AS LOW AS $20 a cosmic ice yet. After these men are weeded This Yuletido hear, O Christian Miss Crowley had been ill only a world-wid- e friends, week, and to her many friends tho Socialism, imbued with tho spirit out they will ask Louisville to tako And hear the Saviour' urging call; sad news brought deep sorrow, as of Antichrist and which the Prince tho political machine being built up Adorn your hearts, the palace hall sho was a young woman of most of Darkness has already mar- by Searcy and keep It for all time array for the to come. This is their idea ot civil Where Christ should dwell, and pleasing character. Her funeral shalled In battle society and the service. Civil service for Republi make amends. was held Thursday at St. Michael's debauching of demonizlng of democracy. We Cath cans only. cemetery. olics know well the power of prayer, Now In tho fire department nothCONVERSIONS ON BATTLEFIELD. INCORPORATED and if wo would see the reorganiz- ing is being said about civil service William J. Rihn, aged slxty-sl- x ing of the Christian forces in an as yet. The Republicans and for many years a highly reNext to the Mary Anderson Theater. Father Monsaert, chaplain to tho found spected resident of the West End, effective opposition to antlchrlstlan that anyone can wear a suit of blue, Belgian army, tells how he gavo the is another victim of tho dread pneu- Socialism, then wo must first of all but they also found that robberies to a dying rabbi. While monia. Ho resided at 1910 Rowan unlto with our Dlvlno Lord In his can bo suppressed by nowspapor3, Monsaert and the Fatter street and is survived by his wife, prayer to God tho Father: "That but a can not. A fireman can rushing from one end of the trench erU(J3 Bhould Ufg0 thelr Senator3 three sons, James, William and they all may bo one, as Thou not be fire made in a day. Many of to the other, administering to tho and Representatives In Washington Charles Rlhn, and two daughters, Father, In Mo and Iin Theo, that the now firemen appointed refused wounded, tho rabbi was mortally t0 act against any bill that crushes Annie and Florence Rlhn. Funeral they also may be one in Us; that absolutely to go through the school wounded. At tho tlmo he was near,f,inm ,nmHnn nthnHoa services were held Monday morning tho world may believe that Thou of training and leap into the net always eager to pre- - at St. Patrick's church, of which de- hast sent Mo." In view of tho which Is necessary in life saving. attending a world struggle for But for tho Board of Fire Underserve this freedom, will be inter ceased had been a faithful momber. tremendous Christian liberty and civilization, writers tho firo department would rushed to tho rabbi'G side to carry ested in the opposition to such Death has taken from St. Colum- which now lies before us, Catholics have been wrecked long ago. Tho him back for medical attention. As legislation; their Interest will Inhe was about to pick him up the crease when they, realize the posi- bia's parish another of Its devoted ought to respond with universal Underwriters wero instrumental rabbi asked for Father Monsaert, tion taken in 'the matter of the and exemplary members. Miss Nora and enthusiastic assent to the call tho places of some of the wl?o rushed to his aide and knelt schools by tho N. E. A. We havo Sullivan, whoso funeral took placo of tho church unity octave. Captains when at ono fell swoop all did the rabbi said: Monday morning. Rev. Father Modown. As be tho Assistant Chiefs but ono were before us a copy of the "N. E. A. "Father, hand me your crucifix!" Press Service," marked "Immediate loney celebrating tho requiem mass KEYSTONERS' CIVIL SERVICE. replaced and a Cincinnati man was was placed In his bands Release," sent out from national Wednesday morning tho last soland as It brought hero as Fire Chief. Slowly he whispered: , headquarters at Washington, taking ehmn rites were held at Sacred To the Kentucky Irish American; but Burely tho flro department will now dlo happy." Heart church over the remains of "Father, I with the editor "The Louisville police department bo rebuilt with Republicans, who Before he could utter another Issue Evening Post andot tho Satur- Anna; May Kolb, beloved daughter containing day his1 soul had departed. of Ella and the late- Charles Kolb. is to be placed under civil service." will learn at the expense of the sound nave was made in city. Tne fire Insurance companies A few months later when soldiers this statement: "The schools never Miss Kolb was fifteen years old and This announcement were being killed and wounded in been tested by this war as to resided with her mother at 943 tho Louisville newspapers friendly have their eyes open and now a the South Sixteenth street higher Insurance rate for Louisville to the local administration. large numbers, Father Monsaert before. The men who went In Now there is only one real mean 1b being contemplated. This alone was called upon to comrort many. front received their education News of tho death .on Sunday aft ing of the term "civil service." The means thousands of dollars in indiAn EngHsh Colonel looked on with the public schools. Tho loyalty and tan his hat in his hand. Father Mon success of this product is the meas- ernoon of Henry G. Hill, thirty years meaning is that good and capable rect tax for the perpetuation of the alike are Searcy machine. saert was about to .depart, when the ure of efficiency of the school." old, beloved husiband of Mrs. Elsie officers and patrolmen Capt. Jerry Hanlon, the hero of In view of such astatement the at- Harpring Hill, 2120 Slaughter ave- protected in their positions when an uoionei sam: "There Is another here, father. titude ot the N. E. A. toward nue, brought sorrow to his numerous administration changes. To use many fires; Capt. Steve Obst, Capt. private schools and the purpose of friends and relatives, by whom he the words William Harding Burnett Harding, Capt. Fergus Ken This time a well man. I Besides In his speech before the Optimist nedy and others have recently been After what I have seen that Us propaganda can sot be mistaken. was held in high eeteem. C. B. of C. V. Is tho faith for me. I wish to behis wife ho leaves one son; his par- Club, "The Republicans bustod up reduced. When all the veterans ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward G, Hill, the best police force Louisville ever who mado fire fighting and not polcome a Catholic." itics a business are let out we ean And he did there on the battle- TO NAMB NKW AROHBISnOP. and one brother, Sylvester L. Hill. had. Now look where we are." He had been ill only a week and "A year or so ago. had this an expect the Board of Public Safety field. The Llgouriaa. ' The Archbishop of New York succumbed to pneumonia. The fu- nouncement been made and had it to announce that the firemen have POR STYLE, QUALITY AND SAVING. has not been appointed, it has been neral was held Tuesday morning been carried out, the public might been put under civil service. The MAKE CHRISTMAS HAPIT. havo paid some heed. The Searcy Republicans hand back the forlorn announced at the Vatican. It was from St. Brlgld's church. Our atock m both extensive and varied, allowing the widest possible select" out ruth- en' that the Democrats tampered started Christmas is nearly here, and we further said Pope Benedict considadministration best qualities and most approved styles. ion in the CHURCH UNITY OCTAVE. lessly to wreck the police and fire with the two departments, but the are all looking forward to much ers the selection of a successor to departments. In, tho police depart- lie Is given to this by the long ilet Cardinal Farley so that will give us pleasure happy he will communicateimportant that who had of prayer for the The found family gatherings, nice presents, the Consistory before his lachoice to turn ofoctaveseparated Christians re- ment onthey suit of that anyone can of men and even served ten, twenty, publicly forty years, who to put all blue and walk thirty a it ereetltwrs and happy games! eheerv of thugs were secure until the present the Is that all we keep Christmas announced. While rumors ot the one unity of the one fold under the around town. Catching But Hayes, of shepherd, which is annually ob- wHo nightly strike down citizens chaotic administration took charge." FMMTM AM CHESTNUT. W. HMUT ST., .434 W. KAIKCT ST., Let every appointment of Bishop J TttU-2- 23 for? No, surelyVnot! living thins--. If possible, share 4n New York, to the post were denied served fromr the Feast of the Chair and Tob them of their earnings, or W,eve got the Keystone police, .next was the joys of Christmas! Do some- in competent Vatican circles, it been of Peter at Rome, January 13( to the highwaymen who robbed and comes the Keystone fire departA CITIXEN. of the thing to make it a happy time at said a definite decision has Arch- the Feast Apostle, Conversion of St. murdered Younger and. Goesman is ment. i January 25, now of only secondary Importance. The Paul the reached to select the new n crowned heads and their accom- least for every living thing with bishop front among 'Cardinal Far- rapidly approaches. There are. Im- first object was to put men in ofxjju!l. most KVJfiirxiruii drawing to a panying militaristic power, to- which you have anything to do. FRBNCH TOAST. The year 1918 now And by so doing we can all try to ley's auxiliaries, for the purpose of perative reasons why this octave fice who would be of political aa-- i Beat wp together one egg, one' elose has been a most eventful year. gether with the tremendous mobili- make it a season of real making it unnecessary to effect a should - be participated In by the aUtance. Many ot these men owed cup ot skim or whole milk and satt ot many sation ot troops At home and of It has witnessed the death to one and ail. Let as general transfer ot American Bish- whole body of the faithful henco-fort- h no allegiance to anyone but Searcy to taate. Place a entail quantity of notable men and women, dignitaries countries abroad has made this be determined that every living be- ops. with the most intense devo- and showed it by "shooting up the butter, bacon fat or other suitable year one of the moat signal in the ing of the church, all men whose wistion. Never sinee Christ first ut- town." Others who would bavo fat in & with whom we have anything frying pan. of the to do our human friends and our dom and ability were needed in the tentury in the cUiiniiig tered his hlgbpriestly prayer that made, good policemen DANCE TONIGHT. were told 1x9 or araie bread Into the present crisis. Thousands of bril- world's man, the remaking of his- "lower brethren" shall be somehow all who believe, IncHIm might be where they stood by the lawbreak- egg snci milk mixture until they and liant men have died gallantly in tory and the advance of better con- the happier" because of what we The Knights of dolumbns will en- one (Ut omnes unnm slot) has ers themselves, as in the case of are thoroughly moist and fry on the whole freedom. ditions for the people of Aaftnuui ot the world's with a Milters' dance this there been a time when nnity one policeman who took in custody both sides until a golden browa. oi and I hare been able to do for tertain a world seams aeaurad. again cpriHu among Christians of tho whole Ja number ot negro gamblers. "Mr. Servo hoc with or without syrup. L su44 the otoU bouse. areolae 0. ty-fo- li ZzPZl' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iihlll FURS FOR GIFTS Women's Shop rock-ribbe- mild-eye- new-bor- . I I I f iCohn & Isler Co. 4444t4J4i4444 r&tf&JTfc The propaganda carried on by the National Education Association and others for the establishment of Federal control of education has been brought before the public mind more clearly by two comparatively recent developments, the appointment of Prof. D. B. Waldo, of Kalamazoo, Mich., President of the State Normal College, as Field secretary . and the discussion in some publications of the Hoko Smith "bill asking "Federal aid to education." The appolntmont ot President Waldo is puzzling, for the Importanco of his position and the duties of his office can not, it would Beem, permit of giving half time to the work of Field Secretary for the N. E. A. It Is passing strange that an educator of his ability should bo selected to devote "his time and attention to questions pertaining to better salaries for teachers and Increased support for tho schools," along with "expert clerks and statisticians." On tho face of the arrangement the desiro tor better salaries and "Increased support" appears-t-d outweigh oven the official duties of tho Michigan State Normal School President. Local and State help has been solicited in behalf of the schools, but tho Hoke Smith bill is to be an Instrument for the securing of Federal aid to the sum of $100,000,-00While for a time there was but scant comment on this bill noticeable in tho daily press, the last few woeks have shown that many publications have been enlisted in aid of the bill. Rut what d is said is and misleading. The usual arguments, that the public schools are the sole hope to ot the U. S. block tho plans illiteracy, "Reds," and to check etc., are not to the point, and for this reason tho thoughtful American will not accept theso contenhigher tions as arguments for salaries. A reasonable argument, however, is presented by Public Service, tho weekly publication of the Institute ot Service, conducted by William H. Allen, New York, to which savs: 'The (Federal aid go education bill jtAsfrVsiadlfied mrougn n tne I'resment strongly urges It, but hardly if the President falls to mention it. Why should he mention it? It's almost a secret, and It's a near secret because its defects have been frankly criticized. No guarantee Is given that teachers' salaries will be raised if States get '$50,000,000 (one of the provisions of the bill) ; that private schools will not get a big share of the money (as tuition) for better teacher training; that Federal millions will not be used to reduce local taxation rather than to im prove echools; that Federal aid will not be camouflage rather than aid. So far as our present aim Is wrong, wo need frank confession rather than Federal aid. Our N. E. A. Emergency Commission has kept tho country from seeing the most important needs by featuring money plasters and new machlnory." The Omaha Bee opposes the bill also and comments thus: "Tho measure contemplates the placing of all educational institutions under the direction of the Federal Commissioner. This is exactly the Ger-man system." And America very wisely counselled that the bill, ferred to the committee, 'should re- one-side-- ptljf! fsik Wed Nifi -- t wB&m$ffl " - NOBODY LOVES ME. RECENT DEATHS. Funeral services were held Thura- day morning over tho remains of Mary Louise Pollard at St. Vincent do Paul's church. She was seven years old and tho daughter of John and Lula Pollard, 1278 South Shelby Btreet T, nu In TCirATTipr. atreA nnvontw.fmir closed a useful and well-speHfo wnen no passed peacefully away at tho family residence, 1945 Wcat Walnut street. Funeral and internt COAL- - GIVE SOMETHING USEFUL Tr &' p- - Monday afternoon. ment were at St. Louis cemetery Make tho married son or daughter happy; --or mako the old folks happy! Give them a couple tons of good Golden Oak or Miller's Creek Lump Coal for a Christmas Present. A good warm fire these" coming January days will make them happy. were held for Charles W. Ennls, who died of uremia at his home, 412 Ea6t Leo street. Ho was fifty years old and Is survived by his wife, Ida Ennls, and two- - sisters and one brother. Interment was In St. Loui3 cemetery. Sunday afternoon funeral services SCANLON COAL CO, INCORPORATED City 405. Parkway 203. South 415. South 216-- fifty-fou- r, blood-thirst- -- f?jrneJl?- .JM.Partlcularly., - WEAR V. & H. HATS VENHOFF & HILLEN J Jf .!' meaH-mysel- f. of-Ca- pt. . . loving-kindne- ss 1 broad-botto- m i Wl o j ffiosHrarcjoKir xrx&h: ambrioa f: It V ' r Make this a Red Cross Christmas lf i w?v. Wi SfWE?,".- - KyfalfT. lit 3iv The happiest, merriest Christmas tne world ever knew is almost here. But in the rejoicings of peace and freedom there is one note of seriousness that America must not forget there is mis ery and distress and sickness all over the world. Relief must be given The wdrk of the Red Cross must go on And to carry on, the Red Cross must have the support of your membership. & 0 0 nyZt know you haven't forgotten Belgium and France and our boya who remain overseas Put your flag in your wwdow let your neighbors theisRed anda dollar join need aheart Cross 3 allyou -THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY BERNHEIM DISTILLING CO. FRANK HARTM AN & SON J;AL KOLB HENRY KNIGHT' 3c SON , 1 American Red Cross has done and will continue to do. Don't think for a minute that there will be curtailment of essential work. llent work which the have placed your stamp of approval on the exce- Wear your "Button It is evidence that,you f LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. "V J. L. BOLAND 3c CO. BROWN-FORMAV & CO. N JOHN T. BARBEE & CO. THE KY. IRISH AMERICAN CO. L. M. Thompson Straight Whiskey Co. REHM-ZEIHER EMBRY BOX CO. V k' ,' mimmmmmmmm:m& 898a98B8p89e9eB8B89eB8ee9eee888BaB ICB-XOOJHC- IKMSJBC JSJS40B1ZX&A2&. ev V A KEYSTONE ' Sags'; v.v-- . .: :iO, ' &W '.;: ' y '' V N ,.MlB Bsissssr Hk Ma.!- ' -' ' Vj? SA15JfeAgiISKS? , - : r rM'saw4?S5wofe ivVi SS Yrtre;r:S .&V(Sy Police-- Not Worrying About Capture of Auto Tldovcs and Burglars. Negroes Showing Result of Coddling by Republican Party Managers. jfisBBL V iBBsifc&d. x.a IbbbBsbul MWW x? v v I 4bbbbb bbbbe W !fi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnD3VSZfiEBEvSKSBVfiPjtol( TejBBIMlpjBsslSJswBy AnSvflOmKBii flssSff JtS "W tfEHljft- - "BsaBTss" Sff .BBBBBBBsPBSh jSTBBPhExB isl Keystone Police Band Will Moko Big lilt AVlth Lovers of Comedy. HpPsHBp JfcS iHP y atHp SyVyBfy PJBBjWIWBKfafc3pET ; tfy&jjtfW. y.ssssspjsJBMBHBMfcX REAL TREAT FOR SOLDIERS. A few weeks ago tho Kentucky m Hklk. ""31bbs. v i Irish American voiced tho prediction that tho peoplo of Louisvillo and Kentucky were In for an era of negro domination because of tho coaanng treatment of tho nesro voters by tho Republican party """ ""- ij managers, xnen again the negro TRIUMPHANT ENTRY INTO BRUSSELS BY BELGIAN RULER. PIPE ORGAN OF DOUAI CATHEDRAL LEFT IN RUINS. soldiers drafted in tho army (not Photo shows, loft to right, King Albert, Queen Elizabeth, Mayor of Brussels and Burgomaster of volunteers) havo been coddled and . .. Photo shows how the Germans left tho ntnnn nf ii .,i y.on n i just after tho entry of the.. Kin? and Queen into tho redeemed Belgian capital. praised by space writers in our remove to Germany, but were compelled to leave them behind in their flight. jfiuoo nuu UiUguiLlcu LU UUUUS OI , ., lovo of Ireland i3 an argument not tho negroes and wrote stories about '!. FATHER. BAXTER'S LETTER. ji.. "U4uusuy engaged POPUIAR, SELECTION. uiuiuu away u..--throwing necroes dronnine their eiinq in ' that we lovo America less, but 1? eating bananas and the Tho following is a letter from more. The Charles J. Son..rpav1ral!it ,aa ls. S Cronan appointment ofofInternal Revgush. A necro m(;"' Rev. Father E. A. Baxter, Military "TImo does not permit my wrlt-- knows is foolish as Collector custom. xtoDDenes, or white Chaplain, now in Europe with tho Ing further, though there is much enue, judging from the comments, saraea mea ftr would have adlm chance1 American army. Father Baxter is of interest to narrate, and I could was a most popular selection and tne Koystono P and enemy armed with n. ine to having dwell long on the natural beauties well known in Louisville, rifFo Senator Beckham lost no prestige In, .t.ry,?TS a - of theso been stationed at St. Louis Bercountries, tho ,3 this his Indorsement. soldier 8JIc,eilife, belnn now section by possesses ability Tho trand's church, and was chaplain of edifying piety and staunch faith white nr ,,i or soldiers performedi having the "? Collector time ...... and ,?nwo i it the local Knights of Columbus and devotion of the people. I have ne win give tne same careful man ' Piece of news, but if a negro fired lived through experiences that will endure in memory while life lasts, shows free!" Home was never like but there have been many and writnra pionn,i ; tr. n.i .- -. this and he is not hankering to zo grave consolations. I am glad and Plow or the street car wtBeeen theso and tho Republican !?c t0 thankful to have been hero. heJfnt "Wishing you and yours and all politicians the negro has developed up eambllng, friends in Louisvillo a thrice blessed a bad case of ego and tho residents intent was and happy Christmas, sincerely whero there Is a big negro popula- tlon will be tho sufferers. Tho n?S.i,DIIlf?5Jj2 HUM'S 3wl yours in Christ, lynching at Hickman on Saturday BtAU.. "Edmund A. Baxter, O. P. (attention,MY0? Mens is ono "Seventy-fourt- h Brigade, A. E. F." negro of the results. A discharged ,M,ITH,? 0FFI,cg edo?tl0,n Reformora) and U soldier defies all authority Keystone and tries to shoot up the town. wa,f FEELS GREAT LOSS. iT,D Hero in Louisvillo a negro thug .,.','" ,,"L "J"""- - ?vv.iu6 e oystoaers, the for his Republican vote ?'. Tho great loss tho Catholic Or- coddled and kills Sergeant Watt Sav- - Ju,L?01al& of SafoH , ,must hv,9 phan Society sustained by the death ago, or Hltchens, Ky., who was sta- U8 "'" past week a police machine was of tho Hon. William P. McDonogh tloned at Camp Taylor. , j purchased from the Keystone Ve- - .PJHBHLm ilflfflMHW , ?, Tn ti.ii, i is feelingly expressed in tho followmo uoi, . tuuuu !,., " r, j ing resolutions adopted by the tnat he can blurr and tuM intlmidato ColumbUH, Ohio. This7 makes it Board of Trustees, of which ho was the Republican administration and offic al now and Judgo Burgovln party leaders and openly sneer at a member: tor Whereas, It has pleased Almighty tho Keystone coppers. Tho negroes ca,n,t flm? any m?0 Idds God to call hence the soul of our began by forcing the Board of ca,nP 8pncP8 , h.! ! ste,n 9bi i d" William P. McDonogh, Wrorks to rescind tho rulo to employ 3oy! Wf,d10?,da5; tho who has labored In and out of seat negro women as street cleaners and ,0h' .Fladpolice the son on behalf of tho orphans and told tho board that they would al- - J"8 came officially "'" s iu other charltablo causes in the dio- low tho ladle3 of color to act as havo a police ' he band and that oward ngement that four bandied the offlco I nurso maids but not horse maids, cese. Now bo It years. His defeat of Sheriff for Then tho dictating Republican fuue', Poce cnaiiour, is getung in tho Mayors race In 1917 was not Resolved, That the Board of MISS ROSIKA SCHWIMMER. DR. JOSEPH PERNIKOFF. negroes forced the Republican Cam- - l". ,liYent lOBe.iner- - "x courso Trustees of tho Catholic Orphan because of lack of strength, hasn't been selected, voting against him unwillinglymany President of tho Hungarian SufSociety has lost one Representative of tho All Russian of its most paign Committee to movo out of fficIal Dam, EC why and can l or how the frage Association, appointed Hun- Council, No. 390: valued members, one who was al- the Seelbach Hotel arrived rebuko to tho jobbed Government, "With tho American Army, No- ways ready and willing to sacrifice management wouldn't because the department can ignore the pretty principally as aticket that was at- ln the United who has Just intorest garian Ambassador to Switzerland. allow the and bungled States in tho vember 18, 1918. My Dear his own Interests to servo tho or- negro ward heelers to rido in tho tached to his candidacy through an of his country. KEYSTONE luolvilii..: unfair primary. Mr. Cronan emerged Friend: Your letter and papers phans and POLICE TOBE ELECTED HEAD. same olovators paid guests of VILLE were all received. I was especially ance could whoso advlco and assist- the hotel. Nextwith local Republl- - PA??- h(" thJn& always be defended on the that race just as strong FRANK J. CASSIN. Albany will frompeoplo of this section as with The St. Joseph Orphan Society glad to seo tho Kentucky Irish in time of need. As an officer of can administration was forced to Jefferaonvlllo the American. our Koystono Police Band, and the great majority of our ever me in spirit this society ho was conscientious In appoint a negro sanitary Inspector held its annual meeting last Sunday, ,f It carried T IA.alafl.l1l cita41 am l ejecting, central officers for tho yoar back to Louisville and St. Louis the discharge of hlg duties and al- and health officer, tho xorrnor get- - and,fr,T now,n, tho-- peopl0 izens wish him good luck and suc- given, up hla.llf3 for. his.countryi-- thoughts-aro -- envy l to Bertrand'srwheroinythe cess lnhis new berth. ways"1 endeavored to 'give 1918 asN follows: is Frank J. Cassin, twenty-tw- o service ting into a controversy with years often centered. The name 'Irish that would redound to tho aInterests peoplo who didn't want him towhito g?"e Cavo Brass Band or the con- President John Tobo. old, son of Henry F. Cassin, former Hollow Drum and Trumpet LIFE'S WORK ENDED. Vice President Domlnick Lub- American' brings to my mind some of the homeless ones of Christ both duct the cleaning and fumigating United States Commissioner, of 2308 interesting things that will furnish spiritually and temporally. of tholr home. Tho controversy .Coi'Ps- JHurry, UP' chlof Potty, and bers. West Oak street. According to a ,av me subject matter for this bit of a of our proud band Following a long illness, Mr3. telegram received from tho Adjutant Recording "Resolved, That we deplore his became public Joseph Secretary and near Mayor ' tIme to Koyatone Police Ellen Angermeler, sixty-si- x letter. untimely cutting off, feeling that Smith took the negro's end of Heintzman. yearj General, young a headliner for tho parade old, mother of Harry Angermeler, of pneumonia. Cassin died In Franco "Now Financial Secretary Sebastian history that the biggest war in tho orphans have lost a slncerp and course. Tho last Incident was tho Band Ho entered tho milis over, tho - world will see loyal friend, this society ono of its stopping of the "Birth of a Nation" when the boys come from over Vice President of the National Bank itary service August 2, last, and TTiiHIittnri " : ..a'...m """ targesi output oi dooks on war most active and efficient officers and film by Smith because tho dictating th,ere- - wlth tho, band in the Corresponding Secretary Charles us, of Commerce, died Tuesday after- waa sent to Camp Forrest, whero ho historical and otherwise. Already supporters. and our Keystone police in noon at 1 o'clock at Sts. Mary and received his preliminary Pfeffer. training. didn't fancy it and cared bookB dealing with the war have u " Treasurer William F. Mayer. """ wuul Hospital, fuLy prepared Ho had been overseas Resolved, officers of tho not a whit that thousands multiplied greatly. Much will be society have That the offered for tho havo an opportunity to seo would for our soldiers. After all tho serl- - Elizabeth into eternal life. Mrs. weeks and was with tho about nlno Henry The retiring President, to enter 4G8th Enmasses it at Bosse, has held tho office for three written, much said. Fourth of July repose of his soul, and that wo ex- popular prices. Crap games and ous Y01 of war what moro tcould Angermeler living with gineers. Besides his parents ho ls many a porlodl-th- e tend to his parents and relatives nil ninoona nf rmmKHncr. ow. nn.n9.f wo give them than merriment and her daughter,had been torms. Tho elections took placo in 'orators will swing Mrs. Chester Frey, survived by his older brother, H. B. on the subject. I confess that our sympathy various branches of the society, colored sections, coupled witn Jy unbounded when they see tho Thirty-eight- h and Market streets, CaEsIn, assistant County Engineer, hayfi a few salient facts stored In feeling sure in their bereavement, in tho I hold-u- p the votes being taken to St. Boniface my Keystone funny Pllc,e that were wished on until her condition became so seri- and a sister, Miss Florence Cassin. Tho stories. that God's town during their absence. It ous it was necessary to movo her Young Cassin was a former student mind which shall not bo secret3 ways are tho best for all Inscrutablo coppers wore called to Floyd and Hall for counting. Tho officers will or us, and o them forget their bo Installed in the home on tho always. I'll 'let you in on' one of that their sadness will prove tho Green to investigate a hold-uto the hospital. She was the daugh- at tho Manual Training High School. A w,ni ma these facts now, but only in a way. sanctlficatlon and blessing of this and heecond Sunday In January. reporter was along and walk- ter of Capt. Harry Jones, once in Tiio laws or cenosrshlp lorbld the exemplary Catholic man. DDLLON BEATEN. Ing back through tho swinging Louisville will look forward to that the British merchant marine and names of places, as also geographiP"ade and visitors from far and later .interested in river traffic, and JEFFERSONVILLE. Resolved, That a copy these doors of tho negro dive saw a crap ldo who have heard of our cal descriptions which reveal situa- - resolutions be sent to the offamily, gamo in full blast. A big burly According to Associated Press dis was born at the Jones homo, NineMlsa Clara I. Doushortv. thlrtv- - tlons. I can not now be specific. the Catholic press and bo snread at In the presence of tho "hick" ftono comedy police will flock hero teenth and Market streets. John patches from Belfast the feature of do" large on our minutes. ,By l1 means' Angermeler, to whom she was mar- Saturday's elections In Nationalist police cursed the white man and or- - !H,e.retMnu,nI?0lra' Aal J'11 fm 'nttho four years old, died 'Monday mom-.bu,- $ Petty, bring all out on ried in 1872, was in the retail shoe Ireland was the strength shown by Cha3. P. Raffo, dered him out. Tho Keystoners 2'ffday. tag at the home of her mother Mrs. Jgjfc J$S.'lt SS Just think of it. A little business at Thirteenth and Market the Sinn Fein. It ls reported there Geo. H. Naber, also took tho hint and said: "Let's army Ellen Dougherty, 424 Watt street, drlvo aftor another was being made of Keystone police, led by tho streets. be going " Chas. T. Faulkner, Ho died ln 1902. Mrs. that Cardinal Logue and Archbishop Jeffersonvllle. of pneumonia, which all along tho front. The Americans Chief of Police Petty has been Colonel In his flashy uniform, strid- - Angermeler wasa Christian wife Walsh both supported the Sinn Fein. Committee. developed from an attack of influ- - did their part, and did it well at Police and mother and ever tho friend of The defeat of John Dillon, the Irish telllng tho public through the press Jns behind the Koystono enza. Miss Dougherty had lived for R time3. The greatest trouble of the new feature In tho Keystone BajPd with their clodhopper walk tho poor, by whom eho will be Nationalist leader, in East Mayo, is FROM OVER THERE. several yeara in Jeffersonvllle, whero with our boys was in holding them police dopartment. securing James a,nd the band Playing those grand missed. Frey and anticipated when tho final count is Besides Mrs. Dougherty, died back once they got a start. On a her father, Daniel The Sinn Felners polled Anoofmainr .hn !, onrwiwnfi completed. Regimental Supply Sergeant G. Baker, of Whitesburg, Ky., to in- - ,ld nspirlng Reuben tunes of eomo time ago. She Is survived by certain day and In a certain placo n urke,y n the Straw" and by her daughter, Mrs. George. Ruetf. two sisters and three brothers, Mrs. n certain organization had orders to Boyd Chester, of tho First Kentucky struct them in military tactics, but Northern .w M..W V.M ...wM rnn i ntnr Tunrionrnrt tn toii nr nn.i w.. and a sdn, Frank Angermler, of of Dublin and Cork. In will carry George M. piffenderfer. Miss " Regiment, writes the following let- --Vuvc. mado an ndvanw3f AU wa3 goinff ter :" She also is survived Ulster the Sinn Felners uiiiur UOW IUUUVUHUU UUIUUg II1U Is a buckhorn handlo and Barlow St. Helens. tho Kentucky Irish American DouSherty.'BPlendidly raf?0lghmrt?' Lawrence Dough- - Germa'n until tho gSns pup, pup' tromtoFrance, dated November 24: comedy boys that tho citizens had to the city three seats in 'pup, by three sisters, Mis3 Ida Jones, Donegal or Derry, Fermanagh and South and of blade." was heard. machlne Mr3. John Reilly and Sister Mary discover for themselves. It Is a "Our outfit is still Benjamin Tyrono. T,yUi LouJsvlllo, and Ky. Th Theso aro sounds that those who around the vacant lots of bumping custom or fad, if you want to term Henry, of Nazareth Academy. Tho Northwest rotaln all The Unionists of Richmond. France. expect to their havo been at tho front w,n never POPE'S LETTER TO WILSON. In funeral was held Friday morning the North. Joseph Devlin, seats In it so, that no other police forceVina B Nationtorset. Tho held whistling We came out of billets two weeks 4Vio nntttA TTtt1 Otnfno i U.,i. trom St. Columba's church, Rov. alist for West Belfast, has been refrom a'nd the Uon of fe? iff " "er 5?B.y Maloney ceelbrattag the re- elected by several thousand votes. Tho Keystone boys havo adopted, Father i?Pa ra" bullets made tho men hug tho earth. UJ quiem high mass. Y?Sn " now taken to carrying umbrellas t """"" cx?fn But the objective had to be reached. ' j 'nnim0Sn wTien it rains, and many wonder Monslgnor Cerretti. the Papal Un- ,e" .tho for i" .i.imiwii The firing ceased, and at tho same , Bt. '""""' '" why Chlof Petty hasn't announced dor Secretary or State, pleaded op- WELC03IE FOR SOLDD3RS. instant a Lieutenant, who wa3 act- umpire is in our" It officially. A resident of West assistance in behalf of small League especially pressed nationalities, Broadway ls telling how ho and a J. W. Oliver, President of the The Pope's ln th0 rol of "umP3" 60Veral tlme3. street car load of pasesngers saw Armenia and Poland. Board of Trade, on letter also expressed the hope of a Louisville followed by his SardwiHe. eel- - tv, nnnii,.. nrn n. vn..inr. i n BBBBBBBBBHSBBffflsSHiP' two of the Keystone police ono Wednesday was appointed Chair durable peace being man of a committee to assist ln Sf,', Z rrA JHan...h"m.aD It sure is muddy and has been ratal rainy night recently strolling along !?!' unu wmo.u b i oa.m, uigueu lng for four daya and """j, one ' u swinging the tenant and his men succeeded in ,s B00d for four more. iooks airmen while tho their clubs in an hand- PP Benedict also spoko ," behalf making appropriate plans for honor urnOur n new countries arising from demonstrations to bo given ln vestarea, certainly furnish entertainment go- - brella. Onother contained crossing tho Portland avenue ona the the or Louisville's returning boys, partition of the dual monarchy, The heroic example set by the Lieu-ng Up and diving to went into a saloon to borrow an tho power ot selecting tenant was later followed by others cloud, upside downfrom cloud old umbrella to make his next post. To n"nlnf-- especially Bohemia. The ing him with of that committee and or any tho members unti at length tho whole line was way. The Boche used to drop scrap make It moro convincing, the writer ntllu asked Pesident Wilson to assuming command In tho preparamoving forward. iron, old fly wheels and box car saw a Sergeant at Fourth and Wal- - nolp those countries to realize their tions. This committee will "Now tho salient fact that 1 handles, but our aviators chased nut In full uniform helping tho ambitions regardless of race and with the city authorities and , wish you to know is that tho Lieu- - them to thlr hni. nnr hn ninw. traffic n, oninio religion. the Woman's Auxiliary of the regi. Tln1-il n nu 1.11 " latinnf la vu tii a . womuu, mB Bomiers put so many Bwut ones (party marched to Macauloy's Thea-nn- d ment in perfecting tho plans for or course a Catholic; and most over on the Kaiser that ho jumped iter. There he was 'oblivious to tho REPORT DEND3D. the demonstration. President Oliver of the men who followed him wen to an outlaw leaguo and ho won't staring of tho crowd and especially public his appointments Reports sent out tho first of the will make next he same. The organization was bo able to get back in the game as ft,. oji,..i, fow days. Ho proud of tho work done that day that there has been a setth- - within the ho felt that thero said tho military police will keep him were flocking to tho doors to tako wc was that though ana wen it might bo. it was a off tho field. Give my best regards a peak at 3radBnMai3waSuihBBBBBBBBBSSS9BHM unl- ample time for this work yet, ho glorious achievement for our Ameri- to all tho boys and hope we will get form using an umbrella. in full were he Many expected no delay in making the can soldiers, deserving to be re- uacK to the good old U. S. A. soon." world-wid- e fBflSJBKXSHtitfSjibKiSBBBBBPpBBBBKfePSBl travelers, but they had arrangements for one of tho largest corded in tho annals of tho great never seen that sight, and even the spectacles that Louisville has withJ ?th n, war. But may we not, and should CARDINAL MERCEER C05HNQ. horses and mules coming past shied fn"Pha,"ca"L nessed in many a day. wo not (ln our own records) write J??mano' the offlcIal organ of at tho queer figure of tho Key- that It was an Irishman who led Cardinal Merclor, the Belgian pre stoner waving the umbrella about tn0 Vatican. IRELAND INVITES WILSON. MHflBBBSJpSBEBSJESHJpBBSjKpBSxBS tho way? Some day I will tell you lato who defied tho German mill wildly as ho directed traffic. It la .SCBIvBSJBBJBBBBBjMB'BBSfncBBfc his name, as well as the time and tary edicts throughout their occupa nam to understand why tho um KSBsl CTECK8 MAILED. The Lord Mayor of Dublin ha3 . tne piaco. ;t!on of his country, will visit tho brella custom was started, surely called a mass meeting in Dublin Men in camps and cantonments "There aro many points of view, United States next spring, according not to protect their misfit Sunday extend' an invitation and as long as they aro Just and to an announcamnnt mnriA wnHnnu. looking uniforms from and faded hom30nnUWOrrerc3e1vlnJ ? payment? at r President to Wilson to visit Iro- the rain, oT ' , ralr Tve grant, as we claim, ths day by Rev. John de Vllle, of Chl- W?e Red 'and. He has suggested that similar SBtSritatoidJt!SiiSVffln! SSmonte nflltoPc tight to hold a point of view. I cago. He will visit New York, Cr033 mado inquiry recently at the meetings be held In other centers ? view with suspicion the American- - Washington and Chicago and may It might help a little. BBBBBSSSbBBBBBBBSkvS3&SBBBBBBBBBBBBb1 War Rsk insurance Bureau about throughout tho island. Commenting ism of Irishmen who do not lovo also go to St. Paul and St. Louis. ?fj ay,i?vh.en yU,JCant the dolay of September and October on the action" of the Lord Mayor, To me It is a test of their Mser. do villo Raid. Ireland. says that hj,d"u?vf' payments. A wire from Washington the Belfast Telegraph HS5lnBtefi?fobbef,e, loyalty to America. An insnman thefts, etc., the to tne Division Department or everyone in Ulster will join In the who can forget the land of heroes, press bureau of tho City Hall is civilian Relief says that WHITE STARS. tho Important DICTATOR OF RUSSIA. theo invitation "with saints and scholars will likewise ROY A. WEAGANT. nam to protect tne repu- must not ba reservation were to Admiral Kolchak, former com- - forget the land of the free, the One hundred ner cent. Red Crosi laiiuu ui our street car inoiormcn checks of this be mailed the second the slightest that thero of politics." suggestion week Inventor of a wireless used by the month mander of the Russian navy, brave and the true the land of the homes can be recognized by the ana conauctor ponce. Tuesday The Ulster reservation shows the United Slates that eliminates thai xnrougn coup on me part oi me reu, wnue ana tne Diue. Tne love white star In the center of the night ten autos swiped and real Orange spirit, which is hostile Interference of messages through the PERSONALS. Council of Ministers of the new of a true Irishman for Ireland is Red Cross service flags displayed the press bureau were three. The said' to everything Irish and American. air. His device will do away with government at Omsk, the best proof of his love for in their windows. There should be crooks their batting a,ver- Miss Thelma Bartlev. of Olen- - It ls another strong evidence of tho the necessity of erecting high has become virtual dictator of all America, jUBt as the love or a Cath- - j white star shining In the window age by fattened away with three In wood, accompanied getting her brother. justice of Ireland's demands and towers trom which to radlato gal Russia, He appears to be the "man lie for the Virgin Mother Is an ex- - of every home In Louisville this one hour at Third and Walnut Emraet Bartley, to Louisville last should be brought to the attention catch wireless waves. preMlon ot his love of Christ. The Christmas 4eve. at the hour." while the Keystone cops were a week to make her home here. of the Peace Conference. PpBsiiiBiHBiBiBiBiBiBiBiiRBiBSBHBiBBiiVfciBsBBBW. nrfi .... ! JZ - noia-mltt- ?oth-oppos- ed old-wor- ld Uln&7,Jn " lJUTnalL "f 5!. ZrF&T ftn'MS L7 gE?SFnn tear-shoo- ts Sf"?; ?vt ,at """" i. -- k ., nj ifi"MtMBtQMlfv: ZTnT ,"""'" """'" ,ttp Vrri;1 - .r A m i '1 """' par-negro- es p. trou-whlt- I - Key-neg- ro fiTS, Ed-imn- ir.::r, wwW ... I i,fJ-- KS-beL- 'f V0 "" e- '" ni u, k1 nS -- bullet-ridde- 1, ; j ku i a .. . I mi. rt.,. tii .,.... .,,' J V.nnor.nMS l,"1"1,!" ' ff ' 1 J iq woi-Kin- r -- v I . All-Rul- an k KIJlSrXJOKY RAILROAD Ownership Pooplo I3RIJBXI AMERICAN. A. E. Norman, Jr. Vice Pres. A. E. Norman, Pres. & Treas. A. B. Thurman, Sec'y. a Question to Decldo McAdoo. For Says the The Norman FURS-F- URS THE GIFT DE Lumber Co. Incorporated. LUXE Director General of Bonds Claims Seizure Necessary to "Win tho War. MANUFAGTUKERS OP Concerted Move of Big Press and For Trlvato Interests Control. Shooks and Poplar Bevel Siding, Poplar Lum ber, Rough, Dressed and Reaawed.j Box MAGNOLIA ANENUE From Oth to 1 0th ats. Our Holiday Sale now in progress makes it possible to purchase your personal gift needs to emphatic advantage. Fur Coatees, Capes, Stoles, Scarfs and Muffs at a Broad Range of Prices I Home Phone 1191 PAYS TRIBUTE TO OUK ARMY. liollenbach's Wine fj Choice while they last One lot of Coney Scarfs and Just 27 Canadian $l6.50fetTaBurpr $,0-- 0 Wolf Scarfs, vv i L I and others Tho of the big dally press aro pleading cdltonaiy tnat tne rauroaas snouia bo turned back to private owner-Bhlwhile the working and laboring classes believe that GovernKail Hollenbach, Prop. ment control was successful, and In 212:214-FOURTAVENUE. this connection William G. McAdoo, Importer and Dealer in former Secretary of tho Treasury BON VOYAGE. WM. DETCHEN, Manager. J. and Director General of tho Railroads, aays that It Is a question for mmSE!SSESS!3!mSS3SSISISS!SS!m!8!aBSaB!SBm!SSSS, tho people to decide. In an address delivered at New York this week AVHAT SANTA CLAUS CAN LEAVE. assistant to help 'in ringing a church bell. k'A AA AAAAAtA Mr. McAdoo said: The Taxpayers A list of the few K "Let a majority of tho peoplo who secured a big motor boat house decldo onco and for all whether we at the public's expense. aro to have Government or private Brother Just a Tho Colored ownership of railroads and other will have a task cut out for him as continuation of the crap games, public utilities. I personally do not Candidates Making An- tho public Is pretty sweet on soldier Keystono police, easy holdups and Primary caro whether wo have Government boys Just now. The Louisville Re tho nrotection of "Mr. Chesley." nouncements for Demoor private ownership. Let a mapublicans have also served notice Dan Sexton A round trip ticket jority of the voters decide that to Havana with Harvey Brown along cratic Nominations. that the Eleventh district, the former question. I am not afraid of the Republican bulwark, will have to as betting commissioner. of the decision of a majority .Many Old Friends Just a clue as tako a back scat, and cite that American people at any time. 1 old to tho whereabouts of good Bethurum of the mountains was shall always think well of the peoWill Connelly. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ronald C. Oldham, of Winchester, shelved for Bruner, of Louisville, a plo even if they dld return n Tho Democratic Party A solution and tho machine Republican Congress at tho last Candidate for Lieuten hero, assisted by National Commit to tho puzzle of what became of the Though I am a Democrat election. teeman A. T. Hert, aro going to tabor vote that the political leaders It is a certainty that on the first of July the United ant Governor. In politics I am an American first wero going to deliver. have a big say In picking the ticket say, (however, and always. I do States will be under prohibition and also that within a It seems that Judgo B. J. Bethurum Tho Junior Order A chance to that had not tho Government taken Is still a llttlo sore over the primary have flag raisings and patriotic short time the taxes on whiskey will be increased perhaps over tho railroads and tho transparades now that the war Is over. result and takes quite a fling at portation of guns, clothing and double. Judiciary propo Squiro John J. O'Brien Just to Governor's Race May Narrow Down tlert'fl n supplies for our boys who so sition and says It is not practicable. to Between Contest Ireland Justice and freedom that continue as tho most popular Magisty won the battle for liberty and Is now A fight between the Fifth and Elev trate in Jefferson county. We therefore advise the public to lay in a supply of to bo civilization, we could not have small nations. meted out to other Black and Cherry. Charley McDevItt A stocking full enth district Republicans in tho whiskies, brandies and wine3 for future medical use. ended this frightful war as quickly primary is a foregone conclusion. big flro Insurance policies. Ability to speak of Roosevelt as we did. Uncle Sam commanded, Dr. John T, Chawk A labor reso he can Forward until tho Kaiser Is licked! French the President rave at Wilson cruiting Jaunt to Europe with John Our firm has been in existence for over thirty years ".$ FREEDOM FOB, THE WORLD. is in France. while Wo obeyed tho command by seizing McDevItt and "Buck" Brennan as Q. O. P. TIRING OF MORROW. )f nvk4 ( fftf VAi?irilifvr is vtrnll Nearly Every American Family upon every means of complying Tho Tho President of tho United soldier or sailor boy homo for assistants. gone abroad to secure with It. John J. Barry States has : Our offers our genuine: "freedom for tho world." God speed "I am not going to tell you what Christmas. Beckham More plum3 A parade or convention whero he Senator c togs. him, for liberty is a precious gift to do with the railroads. But you for his faithful supporters In can show 'em his new SM,1lin t)nnn1J F WinAbsolutely pure whiskey, $7 per gallon. ' i Ed Coleman A hiding place from cheater, for three years aofmember and I know as we never did Just "dlnt.hn nh.i?' such a herltago what our flag and national anthem some one the many girls who want to dance of the State Elctclon CommlssIon.tPJ1" Gen. Percy Haly with tho soldiers at tho K. of C. mean and how tho sight of tho one to tell him that theyFor California Wines, the best and oldest to be gotten, $2 ' Qintlil ain't kidding announced this week as a candidato "", Th' A for Lieutenant Governor, subject to Tom Dolan and tho music of the other thrills him about being a candidate for : Sl5! per gallon. crayon portrait of himself In mili action of the Democratic' party, and e us as never before. Both were Governor. tary uniform to glvo to the Hlber t hi. ninir. excepted, not even tho Irish? Who .... made more glorious by tho deed3 The Prohibitionist Reformers Does tho Prcs'dent of tho of such men as Lieut. Col. Whit- Any old issue that will keep them nian divisions. Fruit Brandies, Apple, Peach, Pear, Apricot and n t m'lncss admintauattar and rte d ?an say? Lawrence Relchert All of tho tlesey who, when tho Huns called from work as long as demon rum Prune, $8 per gallon t beer drinkers to glvo Ambrosia a Pie's affairs. Mr. Oldham's personal ?"eJ?,upL? l"uJ?..Sl?m Upon him to surrender roared 'Go did. A" trial. to hell.' All honor to him and the Gov. A. O. Stanley A special Billy 'Repetto An audience to and political experience fit him to KS"ft" Cordials and Liqueurs, Imported Wines and Imported other brave boys who fought to train to take his loyal supporters to the second afte- In almanac serve asState and, as highest offlcor ,on himself pxalt this nation as never before In Washington when he takes his Sen- listen to his Hostetter of the ' tho presiding mage Btorle3. llstory. I am amused at tho atorial seat ., . ?!??.? declared r"i.Aa French Liqueurs at the lowest prices... Sergeant Merlin Hogan A chanco officer of tho Senate, ho could renot an nations, 3r's lata Ray Barrett A bigger dance to glvo Had ho lSS? none excepted, not even Ireland. Ho tho fair sex a treat on the dr'maifnlalie visited this country during one of floor for the soldiers' dances of the Free" Delivery. Phone Main or City 2058. avenue with his civilian clothes. ?: called this country to war in the our political campaigns ho would Knights of Columbus. viuuuMi w wmuusuuvj nnmo ftf froArinm fnr txvnrv tinf Inn An opportuDr. H. E. Mechllng have learned how we can fight Arthur Stern A doll or toy for nity to show local Democrats what M,rLWh HILMAR EHRMANN, & CO: troland Included; he kept the conn: ,. nL among ourselves and forget it after tho Orphans' Pleasure Club-t,t th glvo ho election. Ho has learned that when every poor child on Christmas morn. ton. learned of politics In Washing- raft ho our shorcs at a critical Fi?nti ? rnmmiS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATrAAAAAAAAAA attacked by a foreigner we fight toFrank A. Geher Just holiday Judge effeCt that mnt,nAH?te6,n B2BJ . t,m0 t0 let peoples,hiBh PUrpOSC,greetings from his many true and stocking Thomas R. Gordon A full gether as ono against him. Sn freedom for all the Irish infor his loyal supporters, m, , . "Our people genorously provided loyal friends. WINB HOUSH who know he was handicapped with .,, r-eluded. Hence, even ir ho wero THE PHIL. HOLLXNBAOH CO HOLLENBAOH'8 il,!,' C' .'.v-- .i Al Herrmann and Guy Osterman tho means that backed the valor a national race. of our boys who fooled and beat An audience that will listen to them INCORPORATE) Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. tUltOUS hO thought, Al Smith and Sid Raffo For Otho fir Governor, ?f,m the entry of Prof. eV aIld do 80 Ho h&B commltted the Kaiser. They subscribed with sing Xmas carols. could not Wathen to William F. Mayer Tho young club in theirput the Loulsvillo ball IvnH;Chn"y'i lavish sacrifice to tho Liberty re,en,j! himself to a policy beyond cavil or stocking. Importer and Dealer in Dlitlllars Of loans. They raised the billions couples contemplating matrimony to nnmfoday,aSdvmL thoeih0Pe ot escaPAnd why should Noal Funk and Tom Check A seo him for the furniture. asked for and more. They knew promise from tho city administration mfr IV ' Pconl doubt Mr. Wilson's Inten- f5 AND LIQUORS FORTUNA SOUR MABH WINES OIi Tom Tarpy Just good wishes what wo were fighting for as well h from tho many who will be enjoying to quit drafting their street car as did the boys who fought and m? S2J Irl8a immigrant? Ho was. and blood PTJRK RYM "HOLLENBACH" 144 South Third Street died. The seelctlve draft democra- nis cigars on Christmas day. alWayS tCllSJLnromM,thnnthf?i, Th lalld f th PreSl- John Fontana LobUtU1v R Horns Phone 1191 Charley Cronan Not a thing, "fllver" and a year'sNell McDovltt's wm hS 5S eai,?,S.Ck..?S5..SI0 tized cur army. It furnished green supply of gasodcnt's Paternal ancestry is as dear 808 W. Mala St. h troops that were superior to the thank you. Santa Claus camo a line. K Mr. Wilson as to the sons of vetorans of tho Kaiser. Thero aro week In advance with that Collector And C. Kelly An election hat ?n LlTwreytMyn! probable othor immigrants. has not Edward nnv .. ho aristocrats In America today. appointment. ....., o every month and candidates com thnt Hnnntnr- TlnolrVniTTi toIH n,lvlon rinn Wn nnnwcD,i Mayor Smith A translation pelled to uso posters. i.r.r Near Wo aro all democrats. And the m. old partner to enter the "lackana "LT ), century "1" "c" army comprised tho best fighting of tho Spanish bull fight so he can use them "thTburden from democrats on earth. and before t&fX2S.' ?h!! " "GETS A LINE." "Ono of tho best features of the on tho Loulsvillo taxpayers. ZIV. No man should doubt Tho Local Movio Picture Men .u..u..ut,, uuu men Uhm ji nuij starved soul. ,i. TJrool.lnnt'o good will; rather, war was tho establishment of sol- Some snap Grogan, Knights of Father diers' and sailors' Insurance. Tho stone police shots of our local Key Columbus chaplain at Ellis Island, enters the Gubernatorial race it results should be awaited in in action, being funnier ana iuasmeat based on men. who took out this said, 'Now than tho real thing. where many of our wounded sol who seems to have tho nomination them. that tho wife and' tho kiddles are Dr. John (P. Becker His friends diers are talcon upon arrival in this for Auditor cinched. Democrats feel True, tho provided for, I can fight for Uncle that honor v.and reward aro due Mr the United plan of tho President of that can't seo States will meet with Sam like hell!' To the credit of and seo him In 'em a mile off come country, is usually the first man to twiui 1. j tho Starks building. meet a soldier as ho walks off or nt, n iiiu ruceut ui.j mi 111a wurii t111 .1 ........lit Uncle Sam be It said that wo have Frank Drewry An early cam- is carried off tho boat, and he has IsTlea'r The AHIed confer-X That In Treasury Department paign so he can deliver that Demothe "re' "".once bat In London recently and I, $38,000,000,000 worth of Insurance cratic patriotic speech a cheerful, heartfelt greeting for it. - yirasui. uuic. miInnnvncoorl for our soldiers and sailors. Tho trying out on his friends.ho is now every one of them. He "gets a For Secretary of Stato Mat S. uJ.a.e"...1"", world for problems average is about $9,000. And it boys immediately and Cohen, the present Commissioner of lino" ori tho Congressman Swagar Sherley southern Slavs tho cost each man only $70 for each Ability to thank tho Intelligent and later, as ho visits them in the hos- Agriculture. Will ho a candidato. and guaranteed $10,000, and families white voters who supported him In pital wards, he manifests the samo it is rumored that Charles MHIIken, norihern Slavs the eastern against starvation. lively intorcst in them and is only Thero is no November. longer danger of pension scandals. Senator Charles Knight Somo a few hours after tho arrival of a Ma unimportant affairs and persons i.M fcnmo win o?, -r Had thoro not been money back of ono to head off that Mayoralty boom, boat that Father Grogan is the discussed, but thero was no the boys who fought wo could not as he Is too busy to oven talk poli most sought man on the island. The about Ireland. That looks have licked tho Kaiser so soon." soldiers like him immensely and ho tics. bad' but then tho President of tho has Sso been mentioned Following Mr. McAdoo'a address Col, James P, Whallon Wishes Uke3 them a situation that bears United States has gone abroad to ' Lieut. Col. Whlttlesloy, hero of tho of happiness and prosperity for his good results. Father Grogan knows whlle'ofwiniam610? King? M naUnS Ire" "Lost Battalion of Argonne Forest," many and loyal friends. tho cheer and Bolace that a "smoko" CnndIdat t0i Andnthorfis a second obstacle to spoke of tho American soldier boys Board of FIro Underwriters A wings to a wounded soldier and Gilbert and paid a tribute to the Irish now Are department or somo fire- always has a quantity of cigarettes ShermtS Goodnaster. Stato Treas- -' ih.eaomP"sh.ment .f Mf- s?? regiment of New York, tho Fight- men as good as tho Salvage Corps for thom. Where he gets 'em 13 ZViAVnJi ing explained In tho following letter to urer, developed such strength four freedom through the and Iter. Father torce. VnannrX, thaiVic Ecker A great big ellk serv- Frank W. Smith, Chairman of K. Halllgan, a chaplain. Col. Whittles-le- y beraIds turn t0 the north and cal1 aSfrant for this ice flag In honor of tho Trinity of c. Commltteo, New York Coun- Ing tlmSas said: Kate8 "say ffnrrBfe'Birm that Council boys in the army and navy. cil, on War Work: offlce.hUo "Americans who did the real to enter ?.ncL!h?u' that his record Chief of Police Petty A remedy fighting won't come back hating tho "Dear Mr. Smith: Accept most the contest for entitles Him Attorney l"fJ" ?"" J5? "," mo Xnemct l" Germans. Some of thom would for xar burning caused by knocks cordial thanks for your kind re- General Charles Governor. will JS, thL WCSt,n H. Morris bo a on his Keystone police department. membrance for tho wounded solshare their cigarettes with tho - - Louisville, Ky. and John tSt JhI2' 25 Third Kaiser should they meet him on the to Col. Frank McGrath The chance diers at Ellis Island. The cigar- candidate for ? show hla appreciation of tho ettes wero particularly welcome. We Duffy, of Hopklnsvllle, is being moment that England Is filling the road. They fought for an Ideal. many loyal mentioned as his opponent, also whole world with cries of liberty. and true followers that They read William James and his John Mazzoni, Prop. his Democratic leadership. distributed them to tho wounded Judgo Frank Daugherty, of Bards-tow- fraternity and equality, lies Ireland Home Phone City 1263 poem. They went Into battle to support H. Hennessy Tho Job while registration was going on John of Immediately on landing. The boy3 worse, And under martial law. right wrongs. They did not fight nominating Rodman Keenon, Clerk tho while British heralds aro trumpeting McAdoo for President coming for tho dollar. They did not light back have a warm placo in Court of Appeals, will bo a of Homo Phone City 71C8 Cumberland Main 0103 behalf tho railroad merely for adventure. They did onCol. M. of Bronnan A boys. seat their hearts for the K. of C. With date for State Treasurer, but candi-Is liberty to tho world, British Jails It good J. are sending out the mocking voices not fight as do tho Bolshevlkl. They In a movlo all good wishes, Very sincerely, expected he will have bitter opposl of Irishmen. Imprisoned on Britain's did fight for tho liberation of tho pictures of theater with none but "A. J. Grogan." Mb favorite Charlie world and for humanity. All were Ohnnlln. fovT Lthn, rTUrXrB"r H,S a Hen Toll these many mons not "?",a5L,L?fJ12'?,7SS?,.l?,onIy without trial but without a courageous. Halllgan Chaplain GET AMERICAN TOYS. William G. Harding An engraved is demand ng showed that when ho risked his life motto of his famous saying: "Look Sid Douthltt will bo a candidate charge. England world, Ireland free dom for ex to bury ono of our boys. The Tho Knights of Columbus Workers for as Railroad Com- - cepted. all the at the pollco department wo have President Wilson Is de-inth Regiment, thq Rainbow now." abroad began, tho distribution this Siring anl! landing freedom for all tho world. Division, of which I was proud to Ed Aud A ticket to Florida, a week of $50,000 worth of American ?"IJ"? 'I1,8 J AeIreland a - ?" wf tb5 problem. Included. That Isbo dlfflcult toys to the children of Lorraine, and bo an officer, fought for civilization, palm leaf fan and a racing form. The result will awaited fs ."" --- . "if"' morality and tho right." Christmas trees have been placed IV . Joe Dougherty, Everett Lannlng 1UUI JCU1U R&U UUU lb VVUU1U Jus e se more with, along tho road with parcels for tho; not be surprising to ppg him go to with hopo than Interest and disapand Ed Nelhaus A llttlo of la3t no one will bo firm that children hung on them. Each parcel the post without onnosltlon. year's weather. X. OF O. AS SANTA OLAUS. N. W. COB. SECOND AND LIBERTY Many now entries, are expected In pointed. America. Charley Barker An order from bears a card reading: "From tho Planning to play the part of Santa tho Government to build about land of Washington to tho children the Democratic primary and It would SHOULD BE PATIENT. Claus for the American soldiers and three or four million dollar plants of the land of Lafayetto and Foch. not bo surprising to seo some of the Merry Christmas." Bailors,. William J. Mulligan, Chair- around here. Wo should bo patient with those drill For Ladies and Gentlemen. Entrance on Second Street Mayor's Secretary Paul Burlln-gam- e man of the Knights of Columbus boys from over there have been Peoples In Europe that aro trying WEST END BABY SnOW. arPeople to quit guessing as to Committee on War Activities, to work out their political salva' Identified onocgh with party politics tlon. It Is quite a simple thing for It in tholr Infancy and grow up government Is the, result of cenrived in France Monday. In addi- whether the horse he rides comes The Hibernian Social Club will to demand and secure lecognltion. us tion to supplies for Christmas cele- from the police or fire department. to speak of government by the with It with almost a thoughtless- turies of development. It would be Keystone Police A larxer force stage a baby show at the Norman In the Republican ranks It appears brations already shipped to camps ness of its meaning. They have no asking too much (0 expect a peopla House, Twenty-firlnnam frnmp and that Ed Morrow standing candidacy E?Pft. in France, Mulligan ordered Christ- so they can bring in a few Tnore Amusement or whence ,....... - idea how originated. the self gov- who have had no experience and d avenue, Thursday evening. ior xne tcenuDiMisn nomination rnr .:r- i Portland mas remembrances in London for relatives from the sticks. Self govern- preparation to addpt over night a ose 01 uenirai Europe, It is a ernment January 9, and all babies under Governor is bWIanln to nn City Assessor Baldauf Some for the Milder. Cheer to Pershing' not years of age are eligible as some of the G, p. P. and this week new lesson. We Americana know ment can by & be learnedIn out of a form of government that is absoarray supplied by the Knlfthta of mer lattery players or good guessers three course a corre- lutely a stranger to their experience entries. Handsome and valuable It was announced that Lieut. Col. nothing of any government except' book or Columbus will fee carried to tie boys to worK as deputy assessor. by squadron at large awtor track Scott Bullitt and Will Duffy A prases win oe given. iam winner. H. H. Denlurdt, ef Bowling Green. self government, we have no his- -, spondence school. We did not learn and ways of thinking. The foundA-tioof their system are different wfce.han served with tory, no education and no tradition it in that way. Out of bard exand motor car. Chairman Mulligan chance to go after Villa, being that In addition there will be a special procramma of motion pictures that honor here andfln France, will be a er practice of any other kind of perience and years of bloed and from those of ours. They know will spend Christina day with tn tuey meotenea ore the Kaiser. J candidate. Jtt. J, McDermott A strong arm venlnff. If he annouaoes Morrow government. Our children absorb strife we blaied our way. Our nothing bat the code of absolutism. Midlers. Courier-Journal p, House POr HUSCH BROS. H Wines and Liquors 144 S. THIRD ST. Louisville, Ky. STATE AAAAAjUAAAAAAjH HILMAR EHRMANN COMPANY $ Searcy-Chilto- non-partis- an gal-In- eight-year-o- ld .... i iS?'dnnVrn,Utl,?, 'R" '' '" uwoTri1hrtau. ' fJJ?116 ftfe?8 o ?fmrE Vn blr.,"nL? "' J PS ESS ?rlnS iJ ??i2in JlW 1 7;wh! - - Tw Ipn5i,8Um,&, l - Ko1 .h. rr .. " SS ItsVed BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA ft a. llF'?1? . ' yVj"! r, J EnST'thi WHISKY &St?,tSMiCVmrt & (iL I - 4- f' IT IS ALWAYS PURE. E, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky WJ ?3?'p5,fa SncfudeT Sixty-nint- h, in ? lon, '"? f&?J2L?A V""' PHILMAZZ0NI&C0. 212 S. V. VfVC St., n. Sixty-n- 7li,l iTJL5' ..l"f, , II I 1' II 7 r Zr. lnnTJ tll st .-. ' .- as J ' ' t ' .Vj 1 ?fc . V T fv a hucky - xrex&x "fe AJktej&exoAj&t. b Se&S&j 8B8B9eS8eB8BSe888eSeS888898e68e3S9898e .. t .itf STOPirTHE WASTE! mU9fl HH tf But if both this employer and workman had worked through the U. S. Employment SerPacific Coast heard that men of his particvice, this wouldn't have happened. The right ular trade were badly Reeded in the East. men would have4 been chosen and sent to So he quit his job, put practically all his jobs where their skill fitted them to earn full and took available cash into a railroad-ticke- t pay. Only the men actually the train East. needed would have been sent, PRESIDENT'S and neither time, effort nor But when he got to his destination a shock awaited him. True, men money on the part of the workwere needed. The trouble was "Industry plays as essential and honman or the employer would orable a role in this great struggle as that the word which reached him have been wasted. We all do our military armaments. recognize the truth of this, but we othhad also gone to thousands of must also see its necessary implications namely, that industry, doing a vital ,and the vacanc ies of his particers task for the nation, must receive the It is to prevent this waste that the support and assistance of the nation." ular trade hadbeen filled. With--oGovernment has created the U. I solemnly even troubling to ask his qualiS. Employment Service as a part urge all employers engaged in war work fications, the foreman to whom he August 1st, 1918, from to refrain after of the Dept. of Labor. Its narecruiting unskilled labor in any mansaid wearily: "We may applied, except through this central agency ner tional office is in Washington. (The U. S. Employment Service). I why need you next month urge labor to respond as loyally as It has 500 branch offices and heretofore to any calls issued by this don't you go out West they agency for voluntary enlistment in 20,000 U. S. Public Service sential industry. And I ask them both need your kind of men out there!" alike to remember that no sacrifice will Reserve enrollment agents in have been in vain, if we are able to all parts of the United States. prove beyond all question mat. ine Now, the fault rested neither form Notions ago, a mechanic working on the STATEMENT v ut -.-- es- IV with the worker nor the industry. Both were anxious to do their highest and best the spontaneous of cadency is of a free people. WOODROW WILSON i 5J sseaa best for their country. The work had to be done men were needed and'the industry sent out the call broadcast. This patriotic mechanic threw everything aside, invested his money to hasten East, without definite assurance that HE would be hired. ;V .& It is.equipped to assist workmen to find the right jobs, and employers 'the right men, to make it possible to bring about maximum production in essential war industries. It assures a fair and square deal to both, and the use of its service is a patriotic war duty. (A .1 y F "wmmmmr A. FTfflB Mm Will gglggP ess -- . k- -- L. ?2. S-Jr- - "9 - JCfp.otiofh, -- nrjaae - J 5&V . dV V United Service Etnplqyxmnt US.TtetffiUhoe V&WiUonSy. t This advertisement prepared for use of the Department of Labor r &7&mXxS . Mrrrmm tmwtr - by the Division of Advertising of Committee on Public Information , tut. n - - - This Space Contributed to the Winning , of the War. by (Insert name and address of contributor of space) AJPBTf. MARY AND ELIZABETH HOSPITAL; V HUtSCH BROS. 00. "" STANDARD SANITARY MANUR'G JGO. LOUISVILLE BEDDING CO. - GRAY-VO- N v ALLMAN SANITARY MILK 'CO. & J. BACON SONS 'SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS, , WOOD MOSAIC CO, ST. JOSEPH'S ' i .'" ,y ' DOW WIRE AND IRON WORKS 4v. '. INFIRMARY f "'j STANDARD . OIL CO. LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. ' MENGEL BOX CO. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ' ABEL ELEVATOR COMPANY. - uiuu rui-- 3 ur,c Arsu tu. m PABST DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. ;...-- . IX-r- v J:r'OVvjl? - ., . tLLir- - -; ' iSJsnrxJOKTsr xje:TXZ KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. are having to go to work for tho first time in their worthless lives, COMING EVENTS. JMrajKxoJr- DEATH A SHOCK. l9VtflfVfvf090i October 1 Ladies' euchre and but hardship hasn't really touched lotto, afternoon and ' evening, St. "buy bonds. us yet. We can hall, Thirty-fift- h Coluraba school PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. and Market. AJvncetnent ol Irish American tad Citholks Devoted to the Sochi and Motl Thrift cards are to tako tho place October 1 Euchre, and lotto at Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's of Christmas cards thl3 year. They Gambrlnus Hall, Shelby and Knights of America. Institute and Catholic for. benefit 6f St. Aloyslus have a receptacle for tho war savchurch, Peweo valley. PRINTING! CO., Incorporu4. Publishers ings stamps. They will bo a welKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN October 11 Fall social of St. tho old style come change from Ann'a church In hall, Seventh and SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c card. Davles avenue, afternoon and evens Matter. ing. Bnttrtd at the LouUvllle Pottofllce ai prohibition is to put an end to If Knights' 23 Catholic Ootober Wait Greta St IRISH AMERICAN, Cwmnunloatloni to th KENTUCKY AMths all the drinkers of beer and is to reunion and card and lotto party, multiply the users of narcotic St. Martin's Hall. drugs, as reported from Washington, its benefit to the nation Is not (AI(COUNCILl evident. "22EETfc Rose-lane, Second-Clas319-32- 1 ! SOCIETY. LOUISVILLE, KY TAKE ANOTIU3K BOND. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 CAMP NEWS. n lit 4 it will bo solved by Gen. Foch we known D. J. Burke, the well Hubbuch.-Wellendor(Continued From First Page.) giocer, Is rapidly recovering fioiv nave no doubt. Ho has the Initiahis recent Illness. For the fourth time since our tive and the genius to work out they have at their disposal. Lieut. entry into the great world war nls plans toward success by con- Chaplain Barrett Is endeavoring to Mrs. Edward J. MoDermott and Uncle Sam has stretched forth his tinuous action. By next spring have a chaplain stationed at the Miss Susan McDermott aro visiting hand to us with an appeal to lend there will be nearly four million hospital for the K. of C work, and In New York City. our money willingly to him, so that American troops in France. That It will be a great benefit to the During Miss Minnie Mahler,, who was activities needed there. Justice may be served. will glvo .Foch such a preponderance the past week a new library has hero for a week-en- d all-stvisit, has regreatest of all Liberty loan of men that victory can be hoped been built at the auditorium and a turned to Frankfort. The drives will open all over the for perhaps next year. It IsN by full supply of altar linens was reDonahue Mr. and Mrs. Martin United States today and continue qo means certain, but it is a ceived from the Sisters of Nazareth. Saturday for Dawson Springs It is to bo regretted that the Octobor 19, during which time reasonable hope and a hope that all proposed trip of the chaplains of left spend several weeks. till to the sum of six 'billion of dollare wish to see realized. the training school to NazaTeth and Miss Sue Cox, of Mlddletown, Dardstown could not be carried out must be raised. on account of the "gasless" Sundays was the guest of Misses Mary and American HERALD'S JUST TRIBUTE. Every good loyal Margaret FJnegan in Clifton. which aro now in vogue here. should set himself or herself to Father Sauvage, the noted French Under the heading, "A Casualty emergency, for great, meet this State Labor Inspector Bon J. of the War," our neighbor the Lieutenant, who opened tho Liberty unless wo all contribute our share Herald pays a just editorial tribute loan campaign in Louisville Friday Band will be located at Bowling visit to our' gallant boys who are risking to both Cardinal Farley and Arch- night, paid a buildings the Knight"? Green for tho next few weeks. at the camp of Columbus their lives for us on the battle- bishop Ireland when It says: Miss Abblo D. Chester is recoverhimself as being and expressed fields of France can not achieve the In highly pleased at the way things ing slowly from her Illness, and Is died When striving. New YorkCardinal Farley ago now able to receive her friends. victory for which they are a few days there are being carried on. . During the past week Capt. Tully Let It bo distinctly understood that was added to the records ai second Miss Evelyn Schott, of Portland, any man, death of a Cardinal in the history and Louis Doyle, both of LouisUncle Sam is not asking ville and very well known, started has returned home from Nashville, woman or child to give him any- of the American church. Since the on their trip to France to take up after visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. R. death of tho first, Cardinal thing for nothing. He Is merely there had been an Interval the K. of C. activities. Messrs. Carr. a of more than thirty years and there Robert C. Wulf and Camden R. his people requesting from have temporary loan, carrying Interest at wore left but two American wear- McAteo, also well known here, head- Bt.Miss Virginia B. Kerins, of West street, has been visitC. returned from the K. per cent, and ers of tho purple, the second to quarters at New Havenof and New ing Catherine In Chicago this past the rate of 4 relatives reach that dignity, in the person of A banked up by hla own guarantee Cardinal Gibbons, full of years as York, where they have been en- week. the soundest and safest in all this he Is of honors, Tich In tho respect gaged In K. of C. work since the Miss Helen Landes Is confined to broad woxld. He is thankful to his and the admiration of his fellow beginning of tho war. her homo suffering from a sprained citizens, and Cardinal O'Connell. people for what they have done In The more bonds tho fewer cas- too sustained in an automobile acAs churchman, as statesman, as cident. the past, and he Is confident that typical American, Archbishop ualties. his fourth appeal to them will away who has just passed Mrs. Thomas Martin, who visited bring out quicker and heavier re- from the sphere that lie adorned CHAPLAINS COMMISSIONED. Miss Mary Conroy at her homo in and Illustrated, Is not to bo placed e. sponses than did the others. Jeffersonvillo, has returned to on any lower plane than thoso we Following is the. roster of priests Doubtless the great majority or have mentioned. Theodore Roose$ 9AssumpUon! Camp us now hold or arc paying on bonds velt, no more competent, no more attending chaplains' school at Misses Clara Belle Walton and Miss Anna Lee Tuohy, Zachary Taylor, fifth session, who of Butte, - second or third loans, discriminating Judge anywhero, of the first,Leila Yancey, of Lexington, wero Mont., was maid of honor, and E. J. received commissions yesterday: and It is likely that many will speaks of himas as no less great as O'Brion, Jr., was his brother's best Ogdensburg: here to attond tho Ewlng-Crona- n John M. Bellamy, patriot than churchman. It Is man. The ushers included Messrs Z .also the cry that they can not af- Indeed as patriot that one thinks Francis A. Blendl, Cincinnati; wedding. Fred Thoben and Joseph Michael This of him first; as what It has become Philip J. Bolvln. Portland; Robert ford to purchase another. re- After their wedding trip Mr. andij Condron Miss Let us all accustomed to know as a hundred J. Booth, Ogdenshurg; Edward 3. turned Margarethomo In has Is not the right spirit. to Florenco Mrs. O'Brien be bride's per cent. American; as one who Britt. Buffalo; John J. Britz, C. a. Place after her extended tour of parent?, Mr.willand with the George 5 get together and pledge ourselve3 an Mrs. believed in service and work and S. R., Portland, Ore.; Jeremiah J. the East. Kremer, on Cherokee parkway. A to make a sacrifice of some sort, devotion. It was thus that ho spent Hartroru; James Oroderick, Iogton of friends tender their hearty i: in order that we may be enabled to his last active hours. It was In Buckley, New York; Cyril D. Misses O'Brien put away a little something every ungrudging labor for his country Buotich. O. F. M.. San Francisco; have been Leah and a Ruth In New congratulations. spending week month to meet the greatest call that he give his life. In measured, Joseph A. Burke, Buffalo; John V. York City, heing royally entertained TAKES LOUISVILLE BRIDE. may speak of tho Byrne, Altoona; John F. Campbell, by friends. truth one that our country has yet made soberArchbishop as a casualty of the Philadelphia; late William D. Cleary, Tho marriage of Miss Freda upon us. It Is absolutely Impera- war. Brooklyn; Hugh L. Collins, Clove-lanPamell Barrett, of the United Schmltt, of this city, to William E. economy The Influenco of such an examtive that we all practice Connelly, Alton; John States navy, is home on nccount of Danhauer, of Owensboro, occurred John J. in these strenuous ple is not easily to be measured. It G. Cook, Detroit; Cornelius A. Cor- the serious Illness or his sister, Miss at G o'clock Tuesday morning at and can not bo limited toy the church. coran, Newark; William E. Coyle, Lilian Barrett. St. Anthony's church. Tho Jtev. days of the war for democracy, anil It becomes, precisely as does that Seraphln Schlang, the pastor, offiErie; John J. Culllnan, St. Paul; there Js no way dn which we can of Cardinal Mercier, a national Chicago; Mrs. Madaline Kelly Is home ciated and celebrated A. Cummlngs, Matthew tho nuptial better lexerclse these virtues and nay, an international possession. James F. Cummins, Cleveland; from Hattlesburg, Llngang, of her husband, mass. Miss J.aanbyl We sec, this man who was at ones Thomas J. Dellhant, S. J., Now Capt. Walter H. Kelly, having been .Owensboro was Helenbridesmaid, and J1 me patriotism. d'Htilu'j the 'e'dclcafasttc or a "type" noWTCro "ami York; James J. Dolan, Fall River; ordered overseas. ""'" R 'DrJohn 'Schmltt. of CamD Zaehafv:' buying' ,L,iDerty Donas. splendidly, de- Walter J. Donoghuo, citizen of a type i--T Rochester; Taylor, brother of the bride, was Our best citizens are giving their fiantly American. And we think of Timothy Boston; Donovan, Dr. John T. Chawk left Wednes- groomsman. Following the cere-valuable time and knowledge to his benignity, his practical common Juniper W. J. Doolin, San Francisco; day for Oklahoma City 'on a busi- mony oreaKiasi was serveu. They Some new styles that are made just like dad's sense, the friends that ho made, the Aloyslus encourage the sale of theso bonds. a will reside In Owensboro. B. Duffy, Indianapolis; ness trip, and will be gono give help that ho gave, his passion for Arthur C. Dusseau, Toledo; Thomas couple of weeks. round too or English shape. They are made of Let us Join with them and citizenship. Erie; James J. Fltzglb-boSINGERS INVITED. what wo can. If it is to be only a pomp and glory of a mag- F. Eustace, The plump grades of calfskin with oak tanned soles, Col. Marlon E. Taylor and Mrs. Springfield; Michael G. French, couple of dollars each month, it nificent and ancient ritual, these Dallas; Daniel T. Gallagher, Cleve- Taylor have been spending a deTuesday evening St. Louis which can be relied upon for the very best service. The land: will help the purpose for which It come as a second thought. H. Gauthler, Spring- lightful autumn week with friends Choral Society resumed power, the field; Pierre rehearsals, which had been susJ. Hackett. Man- In Now York City. Patrick Is Intended and show our Presi- humanity, the dynamic Sises 9 to 13 Children's department. insight, the balance It is upon chester: Leo M. JIartke, Chicago; pended during the hot summer dent that the right sort of spirit these we love to dwell. ' D. J. McCarthy and months. Philadelphia; John C. A. Parker, Rehearsals for fall and John A. Hayes, The exists in our great republic. J. Healey, Brooklyn; 'Michael J. P. M. O'Brien were among the winter work will be held hereafter ' BOND WILL HACK TIIEM. Hlg-gin- s, campaign for the drive has been registered in New on every Tuesday evening at 8 Louisville people Heeney, Chicago; Edward J. Brooklyn; Mlohael H. Hlns-se- YTork the past week. o'clock at Uertrand scientifically Hall, Sixth and systematically In a letter from "somewhere In street, between St. Catherine and Cincinnati; William M. Hogan, organized. Everybody will be ap- France" that came the other day Pittsburgh; John T. Holland, MarMembers of her embroidery club Oak. Members aro requested to proached and everybody will be theso lines appeared: quette; George T. Jones, Rochester; spent a delightful afternoon with attend the meeting next Tuesday "" 11 in expected to respond to the best of Mrs. Patrick Bannon at A cordial Invitation is William 417-4FOURTH AVENUE "I suppose you are all pretty drew J. J. Jordan, New York; An- on the Bardstown road. her home evening. also to all singers wishing W Kelly. Hartford: John S. his or her ability. Remember that busy extended over there with war work. Kelly, St. Louis; Charles E. Kemp, to Join the society. .you will have until October 19 to Do you Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott Bullitt that there is only one Grand James have your name engraved upon thing know bothering the Ameri- Buffalo; William D. Kenny, Brook have returned a visit to WELCOME UltSULTNE SISTERS. from RaDlds: F. Kiely. that is tfiumanlty's roll of honor. Save Cleveland: Washington, where they were recans who aro doing the fighting lyn; George L. Koob, HECENT DEATHS. ARTHUR A. WILL your dimes and nickels now, and A community of Ursullno Sisters Henry Cincinnati: Jo- ceived with much social attention. over here, and that is 'Are they seph B.T. Lammers, Chicago; Chrishave arrived in South Sioux City, Lauermann, :be ready for the Conhustlers when going to back us up at home? 'a' Tho funeral of who has Iowa, to take charge of the school, nelly, eighty years Mrs. Rose BUILDER Miss Mamie Burke, topher A. Lawless, Newark; Marthey approach you. old, who died ,C. M., Perryvllle; visiting Mrs. M. C. Johnson coming from been Mothe This fellow who wrote the letter shall J. LaSago, Louisville. yif week-en- d urn the 'homo of her son, AI. J. Con- Ancroia flimortnr 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET has been in France for eighteen William J. Mils, Boston; Edward at Paoll, Ind., was the WEAK TO METZ. York; John E. guest of Miss Bradio Shrum at Ursullno mother house at 'Louisville, "jelly, 1719 Bardstown road, was A. Loehr. New months now. He joined up over Lorenz, Philadelphia; Edward ld Monday morning at Sti James Home accompanied the Sisters to aid them J. Salem. Phone Shawnee 1010 She is survived by three Sis- - church. in establishing tho mission. American arms played tho prin- there while on a war mission. Ho Lyng, Philadelphia; John J. &ons Edward J., M. J. and Stephen Miss Mary Carnahan, who has ters Dolorosa, Coletta, Clarissa and Albany; Charles J. McCarthy, cipal xolo In the military operations is in a machine gun battalion and McDer-mot- t, been the guest of Misses Ina and Patricia will remain Dallas; Morgan When In Louisville Store Your Car and devote J- - Connelly. of the past week. The reduction has "been fighting steadily for week3 C. M.,Altoona; James F. A. McKeever, Evelyn Kelley, Beer Park, has re- themselves to the work. Tho Sis-- 1 at the He knows Pittsburgh; Thomas E. MoMahon, turned to her homo in Pino Bluff, ters C. Mlhlel salient, which had In the great offensives. of tho St. Funeral services for Edward received a warm welcome at years old, 738 KOERNER H STRADER GARAGE been held by the Germans (for four what the Hun is like. He has met Burlington; Edward B. McNally. Ark. St. Michael's Convent and wero as- - Bchupp, thirty-nin- e Bured of in their now Shelby street, wero held Monday years, was an Important offensive him and beaten him. He no longer Chicago; J. Earl McNanamy, Pitts110 E. Main or 110 W. Main Touhy, of Butto, field of lahor. Miss Anna morning at St. Martin's church. that yielded about 15,000 prisoners worries about tho Hun. He is burgh; Dennis J. Magulre, Boston; Mont., Is tho Leo guest of Miss ElizaBesides his mother he is survived Francis J. Maloney, Fall River; Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing at Francis and much war material. To the worrying about us back here I SPIRITIUATj DIRECTOR. by two brothers, Charles and and Polishing a Specialty. J. Martin, Louisville, Pat- beth Kremer at the home of her W. Americans fell the honor of carry- home where no shell fire streaks the rick M. Monaghan, Louisville; John parents, Mr. and Mrs. George George Schupp, and a sister, Mrs. Home, City 3481. The Catholic Knights of America Anthony Tappel. ing out this movement successfully. nights and no black puffs of shrap- R. Morgan, St. Louis; Thomas P. Kremer. of Indiana held their annual State Cleveland: Roman J. They aro now within a few mlle3 nel spot the daylight skies. Are Mulligan, Anthony John Harig will leave convention this week at Indian-Nuwer, Buffalo; Joseph L. O'Neill, Sunday afternoon ,the last AND MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO of Motz, the great German fortress we going to back him up, he and St. Paul; Maurice J. O'Shea, Buf- tomorrow lor St. Louis, where he Reports from branches onin rites were said over the KENTUCKY RIVER LINE that falo; Thomas L. OToole, Los An- will enter tho Students' Army Is unlikely the hundreds of thousands across tho border, but it the State showed the fm Rmmn Minor at rk geles; John S. Palublckl, Omaha; Training Corps at the University order In sound financial condition Cecllla's church. Mrs. Miller was J. S, JONES. Agent that they will attempt a direct have igone? Not with Pancratlus and Increasing in membership. This thirty-fiv- e years old and the attack upon that stronghold yet. and "good wishes" and whispered George W. Pare, Detroit; Eugene B. of St. Louis. Fourth and River, Louisville B. Paukstls, Scranton; has made arrangements for ot Georgo Miller, 2127 There are more promising fields of aopes that "Fritz has had enough Regan, Buffalo; George Elm caring for its many members who ,oved wlfo get. Her death Is deeply L. Rice, Mrs. Frank O'Brien, East Phones: Main 0214; City 416 and Is going to quit" and the war Harrlsburg; James E. Rock, Brook- street. Now Albany, left the first have entered their country s service. Rowan operation elsewhere. mourned toy her relatives and neigh-ReColumbus; of the week for Cleveland to visit lyn; James M. Ityan, Father Selbertz, pastor of St. DOrs ' Some of the more enthusiastic Is going to "be over by ChristInMary's church, Now Albany, was her husband, WUEST BROS. correspondents would seem to be- mas.' Are we going to back these Simon J. Ryder, Fort Wayne; spection duty who is there on for the 'Government. elected Spiritual Director. Salbrelter, Milwaukee: Bernard Many friends mourn tho death of 934-93- 6 tho fall of Metz may be chaps with guns and steel, with Adhemar J. Savory, Chicago; Louis lieve that WEST HILL STREET Charles A. Henry, beloved son of expected soon. As the True Voice wheat and beef and with that iron M. Schorn, Green Bay; William P. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Griffin and GRAND CARD PARTY. Mary Henry, 2613 Manufacturers of Specialties, GenFrederick and says, wo can see no good reason determination that makes up tho Schulte, Detroit; Francis X. Scott, daughters, Misses Alice and Louise twenty-evenineral Machine and Model Work who attended the Cronan-EwJn- g Next Tuesday, afternoon and West Broadway. If second and third lines of armies, New York; Clement D. Shaugh-ness- Griffin, wedding and visited relafor such headlong optimism. Steel Stamping ld 2. Ls,,htriynetar,8n Syracuse; Vincent J. Shepwaff,rli t0 a grand within six that makes the fighting front extend herd. Los Angeles: Isidore L. tives, left the first of tho week for lotto entertainment 'free: euchre and Metz can be reduced p?c"in,r' neraii2neEL will bo given at Home Phone, City 6648 months wo shall be doing very well back across the Atlantic and into Smith. C. P., New York: Gilbert T. their homo at Frankrort. Gambrlnus Hall, Shelby and Rose- by every fireside Stickelmaler, O. M. C, Cumberland; Indeed. lane. A number of well known It Is more likely that Us everj home and UEUTEL & FREDERICK Lieut. Charles J. Cronan, Jr., ladies have been busy for two weeks celebrating tho requiem mass. That Is tho kind of Joseph M. Sullivan, S. M., Salt evacuation will be forced by In- In America? Cronan, whoso marrlago arranging tho programme and havo C. Sutter, and Mrs. Aloyslus oacklng that counts. We can't all Lake City; FLORISTS vesting it on three aides and renMiss Katie Anna Blgley, eighty Cleveland: Thomas F. Temple, New took place last Saturday evening, secured many handsome prizes for dering it practically useless to the grow wheat and pork for the fight- York; Albert J. Thompson, Louis- left Monday night for Leon Springs, distribution. Tho proceeds will bo years old, departed this life Sunday Flowers for All Occasions. Design enemy, rather than by concentrating ing man. Wo can't all heat to a ville; William Velt, Sioux City; Texas, where Lieut. Cronan will for the benefit of 8t. Aloyslus church morning at her home, 2121 West Work a Specialty. Games will bo Walnut street. She la survived by at Pewee Valley, Edward H. Vurplllat, Fort "Wayne; report for duty at Camp Stanley. upon It alone and striking red heat the six and nine-incattention 1220-123- 1 South Brook Street .two brothers, James and William called at 2:30 and 8:30 o'clock, Hartford; Edward T. Walsh, shells that aro going to do the the enemy at his strongest point. Blgley, and three sisters, Mrs. sai- - Home, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-- A Mr. and Mrs. Matt Corcoran, of Cincinnati; Francis J. Walsh, n.ni1 Iln. flrnml ATra. Tjira Tl.ivla street, consistently carrying talking to the Kalserltes. We can't Henry P. White, S. J., New York; 731 South Twenty-fourt- h Genr Foch Is GnTEN MILITARY CROSS. Miss Mary iBlgley. FuJoral services for an exxtended out his plan of giving the enemy all get Into the olive drab and Albert J. Zudeck, C. S. S. R., Sara- left Tuesday Eastern trip, and before returning The well known English Domini- - were held Tuesday morning- at St. tended by large, numbers ot his old work tho bolt on a rifle. But we toga. no rest or opportunity to concenfriends and acquaintances. Depart- will visit Baltimore, Washington, can, Father Raymund Devas. O. P., Charles Borromeo church. It trate for another offensive. Where can all buy Liberty bonds. The ment is said that the War of the Philadelphia and, Now York City. tho author of "Dominican Martyrs! has ordered sixty-nin-e sixty-thre- e years ANNUAL OUTING. Austin NalJy, the AlMes will strike next can only fourth loan Is here. The hig drive 102 fathers to prepare for Immeof Great Britain" and "The Domini-- 1 Mrs. S. J. Gardner and daughter, can Revival In the Nineteenth Cen- - old, for many years a policeman be conjectured. But that they will opens today. Ho Is a poor sort of diate overseas duty. The sixth sesmorning the members here, died CH.rdner, on strike, ad continue to strike, seems American, man or woman, who sion of the school will open Will-la- Miss Mary Patrleia streets, New East tury," who onhas been serving for the home otSaturday afternoon at of Tomorrow Al- gome time Chib St. Helena's his daughter, Mrs. J. Twelfth and 'Main the Western front as 4. They can scarcely afford can't buy one bond at least. We Friday, October of Chaplain certain. A. Williamson, 2215 Lytle street, will leave on their annual outing, R. Arnold, the diocese of bany, are visitingMr. and Mrs. M. chaplain to the forces, has been' fojjowlng a stroke of paralysis, which will be spent at Marengo to settle down for another winter are having it pretty easy over here Fort Wayne, has been granted a J. Carney in New York. They were awarded the military cross for con- in ten days leave of absence. by Mrs. Gardner's eplcuous. gallantry and devotion to Nally was appointed to the police Care, Ind. For the past two weeks Chap- accompanied contentedly in front of the old compared with what those twenty-treochand-servbusy with force In Htadenburt; line and, wait for the France are facing, It is costing us lain Fealy will deliver the address mother, Mrs. Margaret Carney,, and duty In visiting tho front line ' six years. 1891 wased retired on a committees have been event, and preparations for this during heavy fighting, He Frances Carney, of more to lire and we are being at the unveiling of St. James' serv- her sister, Mies were guests enemy to prepare again, How that of Mr. where hie coolness and courage as-- i pension about a year ago after he that several hundred will spend a ice flag 'on Sunday, and Chaplain Paducah, who is still the rationed est sugar and the bread la Lenth an will officiate' at the K. of and Mrs. ,Grdaer fer seVeral days eieted greatly in maintaining the had suffered a stroke of paralysis. most delightful day seems bow Hne mxr 'be broken cofidBO and morale of the men. The funeral was held Tuesday, at- before leaving. problem tnat is to fee solved. That not all white and a lot of loafers C.Lbulldlng No. 6. ff Iro-lati- d, Rus-sellvill- of and acquaintances Friends Theodore Wellendorff, twenty-fou- r years old, were painfully shocked when news of his death at the Great Lakes naval training station reached here Wednesday night-- ' Two weeks ago his father and mother, Mr. and ffifrs. Carl Wellendorff, while visiting at tho trainWe Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. ing station, were enthused by tho appearance of their eon, who had gained weight and with his ruddy, fresh color seemed the embodiment of health. A week later he wrote stating that he was shortly to have y furlough, a and would spend the time with his mother and father and in, helping tho Liberty loan. Then came the news of quarantine. On Sunday ho was taken sharply ill and sank rapidly. Comfortable Flannelette Undergarments, Night Clothes, Ho Is survived by his father and mother and by two brothers, Kimonos, House Dresses, Etc. Ernest, now In the Radio Division at Great Lakes training station, Women's House Dresses; mndo of tho finest quality gingham, In and Alvin, who Is with light and dark patterns, stripes, plaids and checks; tho dresses Company. The deare designed on straight Hne or fitted models; 'becomingly ceased was a graduate of St. Martrimmed, and aro in every way as attractive as a pretty street school and a popular member tin's frock; sizes 3G to 54. Trinity Council, Y. M. I. "Ted.' of SI llil as ho was affectionately known, onp of tho organizers of Trin T Worcn's Wrappers; made of a good, substantial percale, In gray, was black and indigo,.blue grounds, relieved by neat stripes and ity Bowling League, and the past figures. Theso wrappers aro full cut, neatly trimmed and two years was head of tho V ' well sowed; sizes 3 6 to 46. bowling club of Trinity Council price .$2.08 which won quite a reputation. Satcon Petticoats; shown in several attractively tailored styles; fitted with elastic waist bands; choice of black or tho preCOVINGTON. ferred colors; all lengths. price $1.25 Miss Nell Dwyor, who leaves for 9 Camp Sevier, S. C, to take the. Muslin Gowns; made of a fine, soft material; cut very full and daintily trimmed with lace or embroidery; choice of the nurse's training course at tne canor slipover styles; all sizes. tonment hospital, and Miss Marguerite Maloney, who goes to Washprice $1.40 Women's Sateen Bloomers; Including sizes for misses. Theso may ington, D. to, wero guests of honor bo had to fitted or elastic waist bands. All seams at a pretty party given by the and of tho finest grade of sateen. All sizes. memhors of tho LaSalette Academy prices $1.50 to $3.08 Alumnae at tho academy in CovFlannolctto Kimonos; a. variety of pleasing patterns, in light and ington. dark grounds, shown In models, full flowing or with elastic Miss Martina Byrne, who is a waist bangs; sizes 3G to 54 inched, Sister at the .Providence Academy mx , .. ..,. i, Prices $1.08 to $3.08 . n wpwnnrr. , is m.iv ... i n? Trim wpok Tnr a. w.. T Washington, D. C, where she will A '"nnoieuo oacquew; a very trim, uecoming ana convenient siyio is diiuwu ill eevurui preuy puiioriis. xiiesu gurmeais aro lull attend the Catholic University In J cut to size. sizes 36 to 46; price $1.25 ler of Mr. and Mrs. Willam Byrne, sizes 48 to 64; price $1.50 of Eleventh street, Covngton. John Women's Flannelette Gowns; with or without collars. Tho colors Byrne, their son, who lias been at are plain white, pink and white; or blue and whlto stripes. a training comp for the past year, All of the material is the best quality, Is cut full and made has returned home and will be a with yokes; offered in regular and extra sizes. military Instructor at St. Xavler prices $1.40 to $3.08 University. Flannolctto Petticoats; made of a flno texture outing cloth in several prettily striped patterns; these have a nicely tailored KREMER O'BRIEN. flounce, and are cut extra full; all lengths in stock, prices 08c and $1.25 A mnrriage of much interest In Knitted Petticoats; offered in a solid white and pretty combinaLouisville society circles was that tions of colors; tho petticoats aro in full widths and varying or Miss Elizabeth Fehr Kremer and lengths; also in extra sizes. Joseph Boyd O'Brien, which was prices 08c to $1.08 solemnlzpd Thursday morning with yjBACOHasoH WEAR PALL NEGLIGEE ton-da- "" I f nla ar ( .,.., .. I I ncithSStl'Tthf ff t d; self-deni- al ' For ''That Boy"$2.S0 J n, Ber-trand- s'e - i-- n, 1 19 ;oa4oosi4jj0(je)jsjsj43 fv,at Mc-Can- n, -- 1 sol-apol- ls. ty .!.. be-ord- er v. g, y, Sl.JLTLhTiil ,) - m es . i 1 Hs . r. Aj . i J', " Je TVllMrtiZwvj ifa'V iuitamrifcf ,,( i. &... ,JU .4 iJ&ai jje?2CXcjok:y irish - amedxoajn:. J - '4- HI '& 6c Louisville Will Do Her Duty And "Go Over The Top" x IVi f f Ha "' cTj mKm fffifT!pi. . .l ?""".' ' iBf!mV. . . ?. 1'.. ,HSyMKyiB .'. m . m i.?..y??.'.l.l.'.l.V-"'l'i- ' ''' ?'' .''. l'.tt ! i .y.'.'7.'.v.?T,1'.'.' ..f . i ". .mi flH ' i SvC .The hope of the world lies in the sons of America. They are "Over there" now a million and a half strong; they are going over daily a million and a half more of them. Another million and a half are waiting for the call nil "v;v!YAvt Hfrv!. mH EKabbHb " Uli that soon will come. Those who have been under fire have demonstrated superbly the qualities that make fighters they have shown that the barbarous hun is no match for them. Many an American son has gone down has made the supreme sacrifice for his Country and liberty. Before the german horde is driven back within its own borders, many more American sons will go down. How many, depends upon us at home. A small American army, no matter how brave, will inevitably suffer severe casualties. A gigantic American anrry will overwhelm the hun and bring quick victory with the least . loss of life. The lives of our sons are in our hands. The boys are ready, willing and eager. They must be trained and equipped. No time must be lost. It is up to us to provide the money necessary to make these boys invincible. We must do it and do it quickly. With our own sons alreadv in the fight, every day's delay lays at our own doors the blood of brave American sons. ,.$ ;' BJBBBk jiv J Believing: that it U the duty of every person who enjoys the freedom and privileges of citizenship in our great Couatry to do his utmost to help win the war, the following firms and individuals have patriotically contributed the money to pay for this and other advertisements of the Fourth Liberty Loan: i Read the casualty lists in the papers and ask yourself: "How long shall I permit this to go on?" There is only one answer: '7 will do my utmost to help equip and put into the field an kf1 I American army that will make short work of the hun and put a stop to the shedding of ', American blood." r 'VVi'UiV ' B'J. u r r "R3k "fc,v l ." r September 28th aandVolunteer . .Mf '.'''' -. 'It t i i S - !'- 7j .tfi-- .v '" ' fv 'i : 29th Will Be Volunteer Days boys across the Rhine. It is up to us to buy bonds with every uninvested dollar we own, plus every dollar we can save by careful, frugal living for six months to come. t i 1 On these days everyone will be given an opportunity to step up and buy bonds without being solicited to do so. Places will be designated where volunteer subscriptions will be received. These places will be announced in the papers and by signs. Your card will be on file there. Cards of those who do not volunteer will be used for active solicitation, which will begin Monday, September 30th. No one " will be overlooked. Do not wait for some one to come after your subscription. Show that you, too, can volunteer for your Country's service, just as our boys "over there" did. Figure out now the very maximum you can subscribe. Be ready when Volunteer Days come. This is no time for half-wa-y measures. Half-wa-y measures won't push our CO. IV p You don't have to pay all cash for your bonds. You can make your first payment from cash in the bank, and take care of the balance out of your daily, weekly or monthly ""- , .r-jjrsavings. ,,.., t vis Sue v. t The forced laving yoli do now will mean a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy now and pay for as you go along, will prove a splendid investment that will pay you a good interest every six months. After the war, the bonds will be wo-more than you paid for them. Don't hesitate to do your duty and do it quickly. "Don't let the SON " go down." h ''Uj J . liAMlTON, CHAXK & RAMKY DOW WIKB & IltO.V WORKS NOKMAN LUJIUBU CO. LOUISVILLE STEED & IKON CO. SWISS OLEAXEIIS & DYERS P. VISSMAN & CO. D. H. EWING'S SONS CO. . SIENGEL ROX CO. O. LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. LOUISVILLB OAK "WHEEL & RAILWAY SUPPLY CO. MODEL DAKEIIY RESTAURANT TUB AMERICAN CO. OAK LEATHER TIP TOP BAKING CO. KENTUCKY - lUltKCII JJ1JOS. S COMMONWEALTH ANCE CO. LIFE INSUR- KAUFMAN-STRAU- ROOK ASPHALT CO. CO. . . ttJJSTTJOHrY CHARITIES 1J&X&XS AAdLfeJKXGABft-- 1 quently mentioned, considers that the immediate dissolution of Parliament would be a source of dissipation, and adds: J'ln the mld3t of the terrible stress of this gigantic war, perhaps at tho supreme crisis or tills war, when wo are straining every muscle Kalian Consul at St. Gnll in SwitNational Catholic Confeience and making every sacrifice to conWashington Attracts Hunzerland Refutes Hurtful centrate on a straggle for life or death, ar we really going to plunge Accusations. dreds of Delegate.. Great Britain, and Ireland besides, Into the disruptive chaos of a general election a general election Mth "il.."8.11.?11 .?f. enorfRV Deals With the Social Problems lis tuuuua iuuiuuiuuju insure, luft Describes tho Patriotic Enthusiasm of Catholic Clergy nnd c.istraction from tho only purposo Arising Out or World which signifies at this moment? It Laity. Ooiilllct. would really-- seem a plan of our enemies or our invIMblo hand, whatever that limb nay be." Tho Times make no comment on Catholic Acthily in War Time .Sub- - tho letter. Its publication arouses Hnw Stepped Into Great National much speculation, for Lord North-cllff- e Movement With Visors ject of Three Interestgenerally has been understood Open. v ing Paper. to have been one of the strongest advocates of a general election this autumn. JLUIj APPOINTMENT OF NAVA. 11KIXUUM. VINCEXTIANS HOLD MEETINGS. MALIGNED, i f- Ll N r she has trod, The Italian Consul at St. Gall In The fifth biennial meeting of the So desolate, it seems that even God Knows naught of its existence or Switzerland hna recently furnished National Conference of Catholic for his frean excellent apology her woes, Charities held at the" Catholic As stagg'rlng 'neath their burden quently maligned Catholic countryWashington, September 15 on she goes men, in defending tho Catholics of to 18, was attended by nearly 500 asperagainst unwarranted the delegates from thirty States. In Adown gloom, valley Into deeper Italy on their loyalty. point of attendance, of enthusiasm A valley without sun or e'en a sionsa Swiss paper, the Some weeks ago and of the quality of papers read moon. printed an article on conditions in the conference far surpassed any the Catholic party In Italy, conpreceding one. The programme dissatisfaction dealt almost exclusively with the With gallantry ' sublime she marched tending that much among its folalong, social problems arising out of the And struggled to redress each un- had been aroused lowers because two of its leading war. just wrong, members had accepted the proffered Among the topics discussed were hope gleamed offer of becoming lo! Ministers of the housing of workers In muni- When, fromthe star of on high, State. The selection of these two tions and ship building centers, the While 'bove the roar and rattle men, it was contended, was most work of the home service section rang the cry: was sanctioned of the Red Cross In relieving sol- "Courage, my friend, deliverance unfortunate and party.not The article by the Catholic diers' families, the administration moreover implied and CAREFUL BUYERS of the soldiers' labor sailors' act, AmericayetIs comes, forth her sons." of this party did that the members GUIDE sending not care to see maintenance of standards in two men thus connected with BUYERS GUIDE war time, child welfare and delin- O, Belgium! thou bravest of the these Government. These conten the Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly quency. tions have been set aright by an brave. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Mrs. Elizabeth (Moloney, of BosReaders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly the ton, and Miss Marguerite Boylan. The Huns would now rejoice above official representative of at Italian they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readthy grave urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Government, the Consul St. Gall, of Bildgeport, and Rev. Lawrence ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. thou a weakling been, but who hns sent a statement, to the they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readO'Connell. of Pittsburgh, described Hadst no! but no! paper above mentioned, published ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. work done by private corpora- Thou didst rise up to meet our by it under the title, "The Italian the tions, municipal housing bureaus, Home Phone City G085 Phone City 5692 mighty foe, Referring Catholics and the the housing bureau of the United And thou, O outraged nation, soon to the appointment War." the Repreof II. Platoff, Prest. FOR P. FREDERICKS States Pepartment of Labor and of says In shall be I. Bash, the Emergency Fleet Corporation in The heroine of "World Democracy." sentative Nava, tho Consul Dealer In GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACHINE DRIED part: providing homes for war workers. PLATOFF & BUSH IRON, "Representative Nava has been SCRAP METAL, Nell Sohan. RAGS. David Tracy, Incorporated NOODLES SPAGHETTI of Harrlsburg, sugMACARONI OLD BOTTLES, ETC. made of the Arms GENERAL contractors and gested that every Catholic relief orand 'Munitions Department for the MILITIA OF PRAYER. Paper Stock A Specialty BUILDERS 10c Packages 5c and ganization, and in the absence of very simple reason that he is spe 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET such an organization every Catholic Special Attention To Repair Work Nothing Just as good. Accept no substitutes. The following letter to tho Ken cially qualified for his post by his ALL GROCERS. parish, appoint a war relief commitEstimates Cheerfully Furnished Bet. Market and Jefferson of technical It tee, whose function would be to tucky Irish American, signed by. knowledge a distortion science. to OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. LOUISVILL.- -. KY. would Highland 1033 of fact Home Phone City 7638 visit Catholic families having mem- President A. T. duP. Coleman nnd pretend bethat his appointment is 'J bers in the army and navy and Chaplain John W. Keogh, of Phila part of a political maneuvre. At no HUNGER'S QUALITY THE SIGN OF JOS. V. SPANINGER CniLE CAFETERIA when necessary place them In com- delphla, will Interest patriotic time have the Italian clergy and all "IOUTHEBN STAR" Highl'd 7411 GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE munication with the Red Cross and loyal people In the Militia of Catholics so keenly realized the ne408 South Fifth Street East 180 home service. SLICED BACON WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS Prayer, which Catholics trust will cessity of supreme resistance as at Miss Josephine HIchenbrenner, of KENTUCKY. this moment. A proof of this con FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN am fUMMtr 370 Baxter Avenue Ywr Gnddt ta tba the National Child Labor Commit- help win the war:Sept. LAUNDRY tention Is found in the highly pa "Philadelphia, 19, 1918. tee of New Yoik. outlined the policy MonlK" CO. Bishop of IIENRY SCHUH V . ' F. BREITENSTEIN MAof the Federal Government for the Dear Editor: Your paper Is receiv- triotlc words of theGaggia. which GEO. Incorporated ing this letter in the belief that it Brescia, Monslgnor LARD, SAU8AGB MAMS. CHINE CO. protection of labor standards In 2 awakened 1403 Seventh Street enthusiastic help war time. James A. Losty's dis- will be most interested to soon have throughout a most entire penecho, 4iri8VlLLB PROVISION CO. the 3 East Main Street SU Underbill Choice Staple and Fancy GROcussion of the administration of shorten the war and to end it as telegram Geo. Dearborn the soldiers' and sailors act wa3 in favor of America. You know insula, tho also in tho Lombardy, lBorrat4L) Automobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE which Catholics of most helpful to those engaged Manager In what this means, especially since we who are under the episcopal juris- Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, have loved Yankee boys 'over there' City Home social work. The experience of the chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. soon to diction of Milan, have In PZVF&ES FJtaVXDEJTT AJf &&' NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1533. Phone '2147; Cumb. South 155S-Canadian Government in war relief go. camp and some who arepatriotic. Victor Emanuel on thosent to King To. Incorporated. occasion of TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. Our purpose then is was the subject of a paper by the the by i organized to It Is to help the Catholic church entrythird anniversary of Italy's 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Rev. P. J. Bench, of Toronto. maice tho war. addition Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 Suits Pressed While You Wait. During the first two years of the to get America on its knees In this itinto a fact that In Mlglioll, to J. M. BUOKNER is LOAN8 tho Hats Cleaned and Blocked While wnr there was a marked increase prayer, beseeching God 'to accept ChristIanSyndicall8t CILVRLES BALLMAB2H Representa on furniture and other perional pa Home Phone City 1931 TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE in juvenile delinquency in European our sacrifices, guide our rulers and tive, well erty at 230 East Market Street known for his paciflstic You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and give success to our arms.' Read countries according to Edwin J. LOVfEBT 3LATI. 000 West Main Street Ha'ts a Specialty. Work Called For They ex- propaganda, is dally losing his inBetween Brook and Floyd Cooley, Chief Probation Officer of the enclosed circulars. Coleman Bid., and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, The fluence and prestige; and only a 8 E. Cor. Third and Jetterae. PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND New Cooley plain the Militia of Prayer. York City. Mr. Louisville, Ky. few days ago his organ Both Phones, 2 tit. Attention and Quality." SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty claimed that this increase was duo .Militia took shape in April. After was officially censured by L'aziono the genlong delay, due chiefly to tho ill to the lowering of the of the Azione Home Phone Shawnee 803 of our patron, Cardinal Failey, eral directorate SAM L. ROBERTSON ards and the permittinglabor stand- ness wrote His of large Dome Phone 2550 On the other H. W. NEWMAN Eminence Cardinal Cattolica Itallana. - ij--l ,..' numbers of children to work in we HENRY GOSS tho entire CONTRACTOR FOR Catholic 'CONTRACTING ENGDJEER " factories. America has maintained Gibbons for sanction nnd direction. hand, of Rome, powerful Bologna. Milan. Louis A. Broring, D. D. S;- your es- press 'In reply to tooling, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORT its labor standards In the face of He answered: of September 3 I beg Turin and Brescia welcomed with Hteam and Hot Water Heating and war pressure and has thereby pre- teemed letter Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted the greatest joy the Sanitary Plumbing : vented a similar increase In delin- to say that tho suggestion to form Repreesntatlve Nava appointment of 1315 S. Twenty-slxt- h St. as Under Asphalt Shingles a Specialty a Militia or Prayer is a happy one, quency. of the Department of Arms SOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND endorsement." Mrs. Jane Deeter Rippln. of the and has iny hearty 1 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 STARKS BUILDING. LOUISVILLE, KY. . and Munitions. These on Just how to carry out the Idea is a printed his photograph, and papers War Department Commission several Camp Activities, told what matter of minor detail. The main Catholic leagues of Upper Italy Training SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY A OO. sent on its him congratulatory messages. Both Phones 2406 the commission was doing to pro- thing is to got America Thi3 Joth Phones Loans to those having regular InHeadquarters for tect the moials of young women In knees. At the end of a long life proves clearly that the Italian CathPOULTRY FOOD AND & 0 0. comes tor salary, with no publicity OTFY training camp activities. In a pa I am convinced that prayer will olics have stepped Into the great AND FARM PROPHnTV SUPPLIES or redttape. Loans to housekeepers per on the responsibility of a com- bring aboutHhat which every liberty national Adolph Rcutlingcr movement with oDen Soe us about anything In ns munity for Its on their personal .security. Free Advice on Poultry and morals. Dr. James loving heart cherishes and longs visors. And the fact that tho estate. We sell, buy and rent Pet Diseases INSURANCE J. Walsh, of the Fordham School for. F. R. POOLEY, selection of Nava fbok place with "In promoting the Militia you out the slightest opposition TORNADO, LIABILITY AND of Sociology, omnhnalzod thn fnnt 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, and as EALLER 'S PET SHO P help us to arouse the nation to it3 PLATE GLASS jthat good health and a high stand-jar- d the most natural thine in the world 210 WEST MARKET STREET Borne Phone City 44S4. Street. . 415 S. Fourth of molality are necessary for full duty. Material resources havo is particularly characteristic as il 123 SOUTH THIRc) STREET Quick Delivery been amassed; we stand aghast at the morale or an army. lustrating the progress made in tho T, E.? YANN DAUIY COMPANY" Phone City 2771 Catholic activity In war time was their immensity. Our spiritual re pensinsula." ENGRAVERS the subject of three interesting pa- sources are illimitable, but have The Consul 0. T. THOMAS & CO. pers. Bishop Shahan dealt with scarcely been touched and need con- any attempt to declares further that INCORPORJLTBO SOHLICn ENGRAVLNG COMPAN represent Nava the patriotism of Catholic charity. centration. Without these last in his colleague Meda as estranged and BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY or ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS most generous measure we are not even Rev. John J. Burke, of New York, separated from their party ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. ELECTROTYPES 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREK'i described the work of the National giving our all to win the war. For could be founded only In political Catholic War Council and of the the survival of democracy we must prejudice and not in fact. Meda Is 110-Louisville, Ky. South Seventh Street Both Phones 4202 335 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky. For the salvation of just as solidly joined to the CathKnights of Columbus. Ig- give our all. Rev. Phone City 6574 Homo Phone City 5674 natius Smith, O. P.. of New York. America we must die that America olic party as Is Nava. Regarding J. G. PULLIAM "SOUTHERN STAR" v 'Unless the grain of wheat (Meda in particular ho told of what Catholic women were live. writes: SOUTH MOVING AJtt) PACKING IOUISVILLE SAVINGS doing to aid in the prosecution of falling into the ground die, Itself SLICED BACON FRANK A. OIILMANN "In this connection we call to remalneth alone. But if it die, It mind tno fact that in August. 191C. the war. "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Motor Truck Express AND DEPOSIT BANK much fruit.' Wo representatives of the Catholics of Two notable speeches were those brlngeth forth Morning" 000 East Franklin Street PIANO MOVING A SPEC1ALT We must all parts of Italy arranged of Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of must crush selfishness. Fourth nnd Central Avenue" a HAMS. LARD, SAUSAGE 231 West Green Street the Interior, and Frank P. Walsh, die to self. There is not enough quet in the Cova Restaurant ban GROCERIES AND FRESn MEATS in CO. LOUISVILLE PROVISION Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings .jv Home Phone City 9130 Chairman of the War Labor Board. Bacrllfco, even in material things. Milan in honor of Representative Incorporated Deposits. A General Banking Busi-l- apd are Meda, an affair of national Impor- Cumb. Main 967-Mr. Lane contended that returning Many of us are fasting ness Transacted. .J ' soldiers should be set to work giving something because we are tance. The entire elite of tli3 Home City 2803 Irrigating the arid prairies of the forced or shamed into doing so. party, from Marquis Crlspolti to Phono City 4131 Homo Phone City 2845 REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY West and clearing the forests of Prayer comes first. If wo pray not Count Grazioll and the famous Prof. BERNARD FENZ the South. In this way work would we can not win. If we pray we Toniolo, Representatives, Senators, FRED HORNUNG.JR. jbe provided for them and 250,000,-00- 0 will fast, and If we pray and fast Mayors, Journalists all surrounded BATH'S CAFE we will give and give our all, if him when he delivered an FOR YOUR GROCERIES EVERYaddress THING THE MARKET AFFORDS AND GAS FITTING tion, acres of land fitted for cultiva need be, for victory. PLUMBING we are to announcing If which would be sufficient to " that Italy's war was AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor 712 West Jefferson Street Promptness and Satisfaction JBRE-VA.provide homesteads for those who win this Avar America must get necessary and just, and that it was Louisville, Ky. are now fighting for America's down on its knees. We havo been the duty of all Catholics to support 421 East Jefferson Street Catherine 441 East St. Tax Smoke Op The. Hour; cause. Mr. Walsh thought that in asked to pray, and in some, way the Government to tho full extent J. E. SCHWARTZ addition to reclaiming our great are now being obligated to do it of their powers." many wastes in order to provide home- through the Militia. How ,;. ,fr .;. .ft ,j. DEAD ANIMALS This declaration of the Italian Highland Park, Ky. steads for returning soldiers We would say their daily prayers unless Consul is particularly valuable to CASH PRICES PAID HIGHEST up larger Bhould divide estates, obliged to say them? GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS American Catholics. Unwittingly an "America stamps its coins with official representative of the Italian A b& F aK J&A f f mf m City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED compensating the owners for their the motto 'In God We Trust.' Call Home Phone If Government has provided us with a interests. Cumb. Phone Main 721. A, most interesting discourse was our trust Is Teally there then there weapon with which wo may defend Home Phone Parkway 350 given by Miss Julia Lathrop, Chief is one cry that will stir America to tnq Italian catholics, who are so Cumb. Phone South 2255-LOUISVILLE RENDERING OO. to Its full frequently exposed to attack. of the United States Children's 'bend every spirit cry Is 'Prayer Bureau, on the educational cam- - helghth,' and that C. B. of C. V. Let 426 W. MARKET na'en being' conducted by the will win the war.' pillars this ou o your noya an education that wil) East 903 Hieb. 375 PHONES Slve emblazon the of prepare thsxn for life. uu.cmu 1UI lllfe'liei DLUJIUU1U9 LOUISVILLE,. KY. PREDICT NEW DIOCESE. eyes of city citadels, where tho child welfare. Dash 10c A complete lino of Furniture at ST., XAVIER'S COLLEGE Fifteen dioceses were repre- God and man can see It and be Tho death of Cardinal Farley has prices that aro always tho lowest. sented by their diocesan directors favorably moved thereby to favor given new life to the surmises in Satisfaction guaranteed. 113 W. Broadway, XioaUrlUe, JCy. Any other appeal Is of sec- clerical circles as to the division of of charity. The directors held sep- us. A. . 5c Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother arate meetings in order to discuss ondary Importance. 'Prayor will the present archdiocese of New 2228 Bardstown Road Classical, Sclentlflo Buemesi and the feasibility of uniform standards win' the war' must foe the great York and the establishment of Courses, Preparatory Department. Lars We have Buffalo as an nrchleplscopal see. It In tho administration Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymna of diocesan dogma of the struggle. Blacksmith and Wagon Builder charity problems. heard the "slogan 'Food will win the is well known that the late Cardinal Best Cigars Made sium. Tftrmi moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. The Superior Council of the So- war,' 'Guns will win the war,' favored such a plan, as ho considTiring. Rubber ciety of St. VIneent de Paul held 'Money will win the war,' 'Men will ered the present archdiocese r J vvv too HhH'mM 'iKa Nw to You as the Nearest Phone" two important meetings during tho win the war, etc. but though wo large for efficient administration, it McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn days of the conference. have food piled as high as tho peaks consisting now of eight populous Mowers and Rakes. At tho concluding session of the of tho Green Mountains, and guns suffragan sees in addition to the FUHERAL FLOWERS A full line of repairs. conference an enthusiastic note of piled high as the Adirondacks, and New York see and the Bahama thanks was extended to the Cath- money as high as the summits of Islands. It is also known that tho Bardstown Road Garage. olic press for Its work in making tho Rockies, yet may we not win Holy Father, in whose hands the A Special Spray $3.00 .Known xne worn of the conference with this abundance because we matter rests, lias had a poaslblo re Funeral Directors to the, Catholic people of the coun have not as a nation asked the God arrangement of tho boundaries un A Special Wreath $5.00 of armies to fight for us. The der consideration, and it is believed try. heart of Germany is Irreligious and by many that now when both the Embalmers. corrupt. Her cause is unjust. Her archieplscopal see nnd that of tho !frwb nd Abotrml Niilt Sdrtrfkity TraiM BRITAIN STIRRED. Our trust diocese of Buffalo are vacant His reliance Is on force. X5 Dr. Uriah Z. Litscy Some sensation has been caused must be in God and only with the Holiness may order a division of leaa,! arms of God and our own will we the territory and the appointment of by a letter signed vciepfaoa Clitropodint a metropolitan to Buffalo. published in the Iondon Times, win. God be with you." iHUfcfeJHkkw B07 asking "Are wo all going mad?" All who would enroll should Stark NORTON BUILDING be turned hack one hour, to show CLOCKS TO BE TURNED. The writer, whose Identity Is the! send their names and communica- Build! the true time, at midnight on Sun- N. W. Corner subject of much guesswork, Lord tlons to Father Keogh, 3741 Spruce mtmmmi Jeffen en Ftwth Both Pbo.-- t; W telegrams Flowers Everywhere Kosebery's name being most fre-- street, Phlmdelphia. The clocks in this country will day, October 27. Unl-vetsit- y, Ost-Schw- Long in tho vale of warfare ;t & RELIABLE FOR RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL Sec.-Trea- a. 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SLANDERAF COWARDS. i The great world . war is being waged for the cause of democracy, hut Ifcectaln sects . of American spigot fiatftheirj-ffay it would be 1 aV i t. iU alia i I WAReq,s against ue vaiuunu tuunu nd her subjects'.- - How unfortunate k ic Is that religion must ibo dragged in at such, a crucial stage as this, and that tlte Pope and millions of CathpUcs bo the targets for the superadded of slander of a lot of cowards who twenty years, the work crown that of have not the courage to go out and longevity also. and the fight for their country. What a pity it is that the members of the CathPROVIDING CHAPLAINS. olic church in the United States are come out openly and compelled to The French Government has deprotest their loyalty, while that of termined to appoint fifty Engllsh-Bpeakin- g every other religious practically soldier priests to assist the creed "goes unchallenged and is Knights of Columbus chaplains and taken for granted. secretaries in looking Since the days of the Revolution Catholic boys with the after the American the Catholic church In America has army in France. It Is the intenthe Govern- tion, It is reported, to appoint at , stood solidly behind ment and the President, and there is least a hundred more This no doubt that it Is doing more to- kind act will prove a later. boon great day than any other religious body to the Catholic boys, as it will afthat flourishes under the Stars and greater opportunity of Stripes. Gov. Catts, of Florida, ford them a and receiving the sachearing from holding raments. mass would bar Catholics The fact Is that Catholic preacher office, while a recently howled chaplains with the American army In JJew York In France are too few. . against giving the Vatican a seat at This was known altogether and Gen. long ago, war. Pershing the Peace Conference after the as early as last November And while these treacherous preach- sent an earnest appeal for ers are going around the country chaplains. He has never ibeen more able yelling and (belching the American to get the number he Catholic soldiers, chaplains and present arrangement wanted. The with the their flag in French Government will relievo the nuns are following France's bloody trenches. situation for a time at least. Government officials are arresting Interning alien enemies for and WOULD SAVE BONDS. utterances, yet they allow -1 "V bishop Ireland, born September 11, 1838, and eighty years of age last week, was ordained a priest t)ie same year as Cardinal Gibbons. He was consecrated a Bishop nearly forty-thre- e yearsago and - --became Archbishop ot St. Paul thirty years ago. These two churchmen would have been remarkable and notable men in the annals of American Catholicity even if they had died twenty years ago. They have 04i f s v seditious Catts and his ilk to joam around unmolested and vilify the men and women who are willing to make the supreme sacrifice so that their flag may be served. Any propaganda that would stir up discontent among our people or Interfere with nnr war nrneriimmn Is treasonable. so why allow these wreicnes to pruceeu uumuieoicu ; Up to a short time ago we were under the impression that the old spirit of the A. P. A.'s and the had entirely disappeared, but now wo feel quite certain that it has returned, and that It Is being used with deadly effect against the Government. 4Jn order to win this war and run the Kaiser people Into Berlin the American must stand solidly together, and any man or woman who Infuses reshould be ligion into the fight promptly lodged in some Jail or Interment camp. anti-Cathol- ic Know-Nothin- gs The privilege of conversion which arose In consequence of the issue of 4 per cent, bonds of the Third Liberty loan will expire on November 9 next and under existing law can not bo extended or renewed. Delay in exercising the privilege will result in overburdening the banking Institutions of the country and the Treasury Department by making It necessary to handle all conversions at the last moment and may result in many cases In the loss of the privilege of conversion altogether. coupon Holders of bonds are strongly advised to exchange them for registered bonds in order to protect themselves against the risk of loss, theft and destruction of their bonds. The banks throughout the country, as a matter of patriotic service, will doubtless all assist bondholders in converting and registering their foonds. PATRIOTIC GALLAGHERS. NESTORS Twenty-fiv- e OF hierarchy. I years ago the American Archbishops were Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore; Most Rev. John Boston; "Most "Rev. J. Williams, Feehan, Chicago; Moat Patrick A. Rev. William H. Elder, Cincinnati; Most Rev. F. X. Katzer. Milwaukee; Most Rev, Francis Janssens, New Orleans; Most Rev. If. A. Corriganr New York; Most Rer. William H. Grew, Oregon; Most Rev. P. J. Most Rev. Ryan, Philadelphia: Peter R. Xenrlck. St. Louis; Most Riordan, San W. Rev. Patrick Francisco; Moat Rev. John B. Sante Fe; Most Itev. John Ireland, St. Paul. All or the thirteen, except the first and last, have, away. Cardinal Gibbons, named born '.July 23, 1834, now past eighty-Xoyears of age, a priest year and a Bishop fifty a xt month celebrate the rears, y0il guide Jubilee of his epUoopacy. In 1911 ae celebrated the stiver Areh- Jubilee of bis Gardlnalate. Sal-polntur e. The patriotic Gallagher family of El Paso, Texas, consisted of Mrs. Gallagher, widow of Dr. E. W. Gallagher; her six sons and pne daughter. The mother is now the only one left at home. One of her sons is a Captain in the U. S. A., two are Lieutenants, one, a physician, is in hospital service near the- fighting zone in France, and two are serving as K. of C. secretaries "over there." The daughter, Miss Monica, is a Red Cross nurse. Not many families can excel in patriotism the gallant Gallaghers of El Paso. - RAILWAY MILEAGE. On December 31, 1916, the total steam railway mileage In oporation In the United States (all tracks) waa 397,014 miles. This mileage was owned or controlled by 2,905 companies, employing some 1,700,-81- 4 persons. Of the 2,905 railway companies 185 operated major sys- - nfty-MV- Britain, France or Italy, or any other Of the allied twenty-thre- e HOLLENBAOH'S WINE HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. It's enough that you are fighting INCORPORATED Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. That the whole world may be free, Dlstlllon Ot Importer and Dealer in And we're proud to have you enter OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH AND LIQUORS WINES 'Neath the lettors K. of C. Countless the st?rs, my country. "HOLLENBACH" PURE RYH 144 South Third Street And countless your heroes, too, The creed that you're professing S2S W. Mala St. Home Phone 1191 LcolnUle, Ky, But we kiss each star with rapture, Is a subject that will be Their nledce our nloiiirn tn run Taboo beyond the threshold Out the tears well up from the heart Of the hut marked "K. of C." There is no discrimination springs, As your fair flag we unfold And there never Is a fee; And number the stars, transfigured Hie Immense Value ns Collateral of Everyone is welcome Prom blue to brightest gold. And everything is free. United States Liberty it James G. Keenan. Bonds. Cold for the d soldier, Gold for his FRIEND OF CHILDREN. soul, God for the light of lieaven, Where the "greater love" has Mcr. M. LavellA. virar Patriotism and, Business Acumen and Rector J.of St. Patrick's r.nnami goal; Cathe Gold for the patriot's glory, Unite in Urging All to dral in New York City, delivered To shine unto ages afar; tho followlnir tnlk tr h mnrnr Jiii. Cling to Them. Not death, but life eternal dren who had assembled to pay In the little golden star. ineir last respects at tho bier of Cardinal Farley this week: "He. himself. WOlllrt not vcant nr,vOur hearts to you, my country, rhcro Is Nothing Nearly as Safe thing better And take the pledge we give. than that you should Nor That Yields Better To love, to bear, to suffer, i.e nero tnis morning. He was NONE BETTER NONE PURER your father in God, he was the To die that you may Jive. Returns. father of the TrlAt nlmm t, And though beneath your banner grappled to his heart with links of We fall, our names untold, steel. He was the father of tho Thank God, if we have filled it WARNED AGAINST SHARPERS. Brothers and Sisters and, above all With service stars of gold. things, he was your spiritual father, Rev. 'Hugh F. Blunt. as he ever held you In his heart. CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, One of tho first things he did after RETURNS FOR ESTATES. he became an Archbishop of New The value as collateral of United York was to establish day Edward B. Pryor, President of States Liberty bonds, according to whero Catholic mothers, nurseries, compelled the State National Bank of St. the President of ono of the largest to work during tho day, could leave BOTH PHONES 1389 Louis, and a specialist In security Bt. Louis National banks, Is greater their little ones, Cumb. Main 1389 and take them Home City values, says he Is advising but ono than any evidence of wealth known homo at night and caress them. Ho imng to persons seeking his advice to finance. Next to gold coin and established fifty Catholic schools In relative to Investments, I. e to specie they represent the most the compaiatlvely short time ot hi3 purchase Liberty bonds. stable medium episcopacy, and he wanted "No Investment In the world," the power of of exchange within be true, loyal American1? and you to worthy Government to said Mr. Pryor, "is safer, and Issue, and there our nothing on which members of tho Holy Apostolic viewed from the anglo of average banks the world isover would rather viiurcn. investments returns in the past the lend money. "It was ho who originated the yield is large. Formerly when Govplan to This Is ernment bonds were paying only numerous pointed out as one of the children, have special masses for the and at the tlma nf Vila material reasons for holdfrom to 3 per cent, net It ing ., centennial ho said: 'Wo never will tn thn hnmlo irh.n INCORPORATED was rather discouraging to recom- they ticht purchased. are The patriotic nave any celebration without a spemend their purchase to investors'. FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. reasons for not cial mass for the children.' This Now, however, the case is very dif- aim sentimental disposing of them are quite as has been imitatAil In nthnr iiinmunu. you own a Govern- etromr. ferent. When but tlin innimoiih In v. throughout tho whole world, but LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ment backed security paying 4 mo nrain and the per cent, you've got something. field are less concrete and more sponsible for It all loving heart rewas the great Particularly good for women invest- difficult to present In language than Archbishop of New York. No wonors are the Liberty bonds. They mose aeaiing witn the Investment. der tho whole city of New York is There constitute an estate more easily selling is never a pnnH ronann r one's Liberty honds. The In mourninir. and frnm thn mmti.t. handled than any other class of mum cause ior aoing so in 98 per outside the city, wo are hearing property. With the minimum of in- cent, uunsiani. wans or sorrow at his of to get any woman struction can be Is easily edses is ito ppI money. It death. But vnn nhlMrAn irn Iho nosslhle ha , (schooled in how to manage and and still ones who have lost the most in the letain title to your bonds, cieatli or handle her bonds so that she can Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common not be deprived of them, regardless as any Dame in your city will lend tho Holy the Cardinal. We hope that See will give you a father you close to their market value, and of her business equipment. as lovinc as he was. Nn nno mum Due to the great demand we are aow BOTTLING COMMON "Further the tax feature is so for a loner nprlnd nf (Imn if inoi,i. te more loving." Then you are still and it you have tried the rest get the BEST. small as to be almost negligable. Interest rates Up to ?5,000 there Is no tax what- drawing your bond Interest, so that STAND AT FRONT. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69: ever. From that figure up the If you pay the bank G por cent, bonds are free from normal tax and your net rate Is only 1& per cent. must not Iia fnrjrntton lint It subject only to the which tviui u iyi per cent. Dond as col- our boys since taking an active part IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE in blocks from $50,000 to $75,000 lateral. In tho fighting have not yielded a Since the first Is hardly Llhorlu Knn.in single foot nf crniiml tn thn nnnmv worth mentioning. Framers of the laws creating these reached the hands of the public but have gone steadily forward issues had no Idea of making them uiey nave nppn run nhiooi vno r from the first. productive to the Government in endless class of sharpers and un- remarkable whenThis is all the more we icmember that general tax levies. They are to scrupulous business men, who have SATISFIES THAT LONGING. hoys supply war funds, and every effort schemed untiringly to get the hold- our storeswero all raw recruits from the and shops and farms and was made to make them attractive ing of their less keen neighbors. to buyers. These gentlemen come with propo- that they were pitted against vet; "If anyone comes In to me to sitions "just as safe and yielding erans flushed with victory and con-is fident of INCORPORATED Inquire relative to Investing money tar greater returns." Against such generous success. Now while It to credit other people PHONE CITY 859. my unchangeable formula is to buy proposals all holders of United LOUISVILLE. KY, with the victories they have won, Liberty bonds. In doing this it is States bonds, large and small, aro but courago and dash of which the not possible to make a mistake or doubly warned. There Is nothing our own boys made' possible?" the tee will be held tho second Saturday LATEST IN STYLES. Incur loss. Other Investments aro nearly as safe and yielding better same tlmo it is duo to the fathers In September at the Queen's Daughgood, but who can pre- returns which anyone would want doubtless dict what conditions will bo after to dispose of. Russell Sage, than and mothers and relatives of the ters' Catholic Center. Embroidered velvet hats are1 and strongly featured. the war. Women and others whose whom no financier has ever had a boys tho to the boys themselves to give full credit for tho German TWENTY-SEVETEW PKIESTS. living depends on thoir Income can better understanding Capes aro to be in tho best of of investnot exert too great caution In these ments, once remarked that thero defeat and tho German debacle which appears to bo coming to tho Nearly 5,000 Tieople crowded in favor this winter. unprecedented times. To my way was no such thing as a safe 6 per boys Velveteen is being our boys, whose course has St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York urged for or thinking the zenith of caution is cent. Investment. He died leaving to buy American Government bonds. a marketable estate of upward of been steadily forward since they City, last Sunday morning to at- both suits and wraps. Felt tarns are shown in many It da needless to say anything about $75,000,000, so that his opinion is began fighting. tend the ordination of twenty-seve- n tne values back of Liberty bonds worth considering. new priests by Right Rev. Thomas colors for country and seaside wear. DUBLIN BUILDS SLOWLY. and their desirability as collateral. Serge has lost first place for J. Walsh, Bishop of Trenton. The The 1 per cent, or 4 per cent, No business concern or Individual return from your Liberty now clergymen were graduates of suits and taffeta seems left In the bonds The rebuilding of tho houses In St. Joseph's Seminary, Dunwoodie, cold. can place Its or his surplus In a will continue to come to you as more flexible and liquid asset. The regular as the succession of dawn Dublin ruined during the Easter and completed their oourse nine All along the line ono sees conrebellion of 1916 Is proceeding fcolld comfort and satisfaction of and darkness through your the prescribed time life and slowly. Jlore than 200 houses were months ahead of owing to shortage servation of wool In the now Amerisuch an Investment Is in my mind tho duration of the bond, and to for graduation, can clothes. the greatest Incentive next to pa- your descendants after you. And destroyed, and not more than of priests. Tam o' Shanters in one form or have so far "been retriotism in acquiring Liberty Just as sure as the United States twenty-fou- r another are much shown in the built. In tho main street devastated bonds." WOHK IIABD. WILL PSovernment endures you will re- by the fires, O'Connell street, only millinery shops. ceive tho principal in full at the one house Somo of the new velvet hats has yet been finished. The never allowed to have YOUR DAILY DUTY. Obstacles are expiration of tho loan poriod. It is main cause of tho delay brims with insets of tulle. Tho has been Impede the progress of any just and Impossible to conceive therefore of tho greatly increased cost of ma- worthy cause, especially that of his tulle and velvet match in color. Each dav everv Amnrlr.in nnlrilor a more entirely safe and comfortaterials and the difficulty of procuri, In many In PrannA In rnnfrnntoil hi-- o irrnt ble Investment to hold always tho when Bev. M. A. than ing them, especially timber. Flvo country, pastor of Immaculate Con- black satin of the best ofsatin new frocks white facduty. Our army there has a great Liberty bonds. no one years from the date of destruction Thus far ings are shown to very good adception church at Owensvlllo, Mo msK to periorm tor our country, lor has been able to come forward with was estimated as tho period neces- has anything to do with the cause vantage. the world, for civilization and a logical argument against Liberty The long skirt has been accepted Our soldiers ard doing bonds as a permanent Investment. sary for complete renewal, but since "At nresent." he says, in writing so in the their duty with a courage and fidel- Thn onlv nnaltlnn TiiviaoTilTin. Great tho twollttlo has heen done likely to last of tho effort he expects to put forth by America, Franco and years the term Is be in the Fourth Liberty loan cam- Britain for tho dav an waII an fh ity and efficiency that thrill every semblance of soundness Is that of greatly exceeded. heart. Each djy every American tne persons who point out paign, "we have to think over how evening. citizen at home is confronted by a small Interest return, in view the to cover our War Savings Stamps There Is to bo no end of capes, of SCHOOL STA5n LEADER. great duty, a duty as Imperative Incnme nn rtthnr Invoafmrvna nf quota, as wo are short. But ono you know. They belong to the slip-oupon him or her as the duty of our standard variety. Changing condi thing I know and that Is I will variety of clothes, St. Xavier's school led soldiers is upon them. The Ameri tions, nowever, which al) women consider part of rapidly demolish all Cincinnati parochial public and work and work hard." schools, can people nave a great task to and upset standards, and with a rethe effort toward economy In time. parochial, In of sales DOrform. It is tn nnnnnrj n ihii turn to normal times and plentiful made during the amount campaign ORDAINS NINETEEN PRIESTS. In line With tho Strlnir clrdln nr the summer limit of their ability our army, our money the 4 per cent, rate will for war savings stamp-?- , which bebelt the long stitched fold of navy, our country Archbishop Q. W. Mundeleln or- launc mai is xieu around at war. To be considered large. gan May 1 and ended the the work with Increased energy and It takes no effort of memory to 10. The total amount September dained nineteen young men toIn the frock somewhere near the waistsold by priesthood Saturday morning Ciliciencv so that nnp Tinflnnnl nrn. recall the time when banks wero twenty-flv- o line Is the cirri In nr holt nf hniw children of this school Holy Name Cathedral, State and ductlon may be increased; to econ loaning vast sums at 4 per cent, was $126,676. cord. It tied loosely Virtually every Chicago. streets, The and hangsis in long ends.at the side omize an consumption so that more nnd even a shade under that figure child in the school sold somo stamps, Superior material and labor and transporta- Then municipal honds bearing 1 and many volunteered to help names of the young priests aro Ferring, Eugene J. Talllon. tion may be left free for the uses oer cent, were selling as high as SPEED IRISH FUEL. friends who were anxious to win the John B. Francis Cyril Cussen, of the Government; and with the $102 to $106, the premium bring- "general" button given to denote Joseph Meade, Vincent B. l, resultant savings to support the ing the Interest basis well under the winner had sold 1,000 war sav- Francis The new Chief Senrntnrv fnr Trn. William Allen Corey. Jo- land, Edward Government financially is the daily 3 V, ner r.Ant. On n hnnla nf Tinli ings stamps valued at $4,200. H. has been seph Barrett, George Jerome Stler, maklnir a norno-nn- Shortt, dutv of nvprv AmfiHrnn. Tr la market price railroad Invaatlfratinn f and W. Pearson, of tho Educaduty that will bo mot by every oiner standard securities stocks yield- tional Bureau, headcharge of tho war TVinmnn TnHAtih Donovan. Josenh P. the Irish sources of fuel supply were in and wiiustj neart is witn our ing little if any .better than 4 to 3 savings stamp drive In Ohio, In his Rubey, Robert C. Magulro, Francis euueavonng xo speea up production. nmuiiciiu Boldiers In France, who glories in oer cent. fJovnrnmAnt hmula booklet selling W. Gillespie, P. DanlM josepn Fraw-le- Ho has visited the various coal proMorrison, Joseph P ducing district n In Trnloml Joseph their couraire and flehtlnir ahliitv brought enormous premiums, espe- - stamps, on the method of "efficient commended the and their success. interested himself practically In uiaiiy uiuso veanng a per cent, and system' adopted at St. Xavlors Griffin and John S. Collins. better. Certainly tho credit of the school." Avondala school was noxt .noil uvfoiuiruicuu FOR RED CROSS. PRAISE SURE EGG TEST. fTnlfAil SfntAct flnvrtrntnoTi arwl 4na In the contest with $113,118, and Rer, SIgourney Fay, a convert The freshness of an eesr may be ralues back of it now are immeas- Westwood school was third. SL1NY APPLICATIONS JIADE. and a priest, now with the Red determined by placing It in a pan urably greater than at any precedCross In Rome, cables to Cardinal of water. If "strictly fresh" the ing period in our (history, so that It POSTPONED. The OathollR TTnlvnrraHir XITU egg will lie on Its side on the bot is safe to predict that those who Gibbons that tho Pope has praised Ington will open today as a unit of tom of the pan. If stale it will hold on to their Liberty bonds win The third biennial convention of the Christian charity of the society mo oiuueais Army Training Corps. ,.... stand on end, and If very old will in arter-wyears Teaiize substan- the International Federation of In Italy, not only to soldiers hut Alreadv about Ron 4niio.-ntrise to the surface. When Just a tial profits on the holdings should Catholic Alumnae, which was to be also to sick and suffering civilians; applied for admission. Young men 1! few days old the egg will begin to they fppl dfinnMd orTion held in the Planters' in Hotel. St. that It is doing a great work in who contemplate entering the Stu- Louis, October 16 to 20, has been Italy and Franco, that the people uujiiB .army iraining uorps should tilt a trine, and as it ages more peace has been restored. indefinitely postponed, owing to war have for it an ardent affection and make Immediate application to the and more the angle at which It tilts' will increase. Thus the relaconditions. The association hns that "Catholics can feol entire con- ui?KH.rar oc xne university as they ENTERS BISHOP'S NA3IE. and good will not be tive freshness may ibe determined 50,000 members from all parts of fidence in the fairness by noting Just how It lies la the The Right Rer. Jeeeph 8. Glass, the United States. The Tegular reeling witlr which Catholic chari- called to service by the local water. uinin, Dish op of gait Lake; has reefs- - meetings of the Executive Commit ties are treated." U. S. A. ed terns, each of which had an annual operating revenue of $1,000,000 ot HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY more; 221 were switching and terminal companies; 1,434 were DIVISION 8. "plant facility" roads, constructed primarily for the purpose of serving First and third Fridays,, Hibernian somo particular factory or Industry? Home, 0 Portland. and 765 were what have come to be President John M. Riley. described as "short line" railways, Vice President Walter Murphy. dependent upon one or more of the Financial Secretary John J larger systems for through Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary--John- , A Martin. TIIE LITTLE GOLD STAR. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Ann- a Shee-haMartin Look up to the skies, my country, And see o'er the battling world Sentinel Thomas Noone. n God's service banner In the azure blue unfurled. DIVISION 4. Oh, endless the stars upon it, Meets second and fourth Mondays And each Is a golden star, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street For the endless lovo of our Captain, And His Calvary's holy war. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. And lo, of the selfpame weaving Recording Secretary Lawrenct D. Meany. God made on his loom of light A. banner for you, my country Flnanoial Secretary Thomas J Langan, 734 West Oak street. The field of white, Treasurer John F. Burke. Red for the blood r,t your heroes, Sergeant-at-Arm- s "White for your stainless fame, Bernard And a blue star nut of heaven Sentinel JI. J. McDonnott. For every soldier's name. 1818-182star-strew- McKENNA THE K. OF O. HUT. n. Everyone is welcome And everything Is freo; The door is never fastened, We have thrown away the key. If you're fighting for the Allies, On land or on the sea, Vou're a lad who's always welcome 'Neath the letters K. of C. Vour birthplace doesn't matter. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. fL McKeima, Distiller, Fairfield, iiy. Mul-doo- HOLD THEM 4 h i DINNER INCOMPLETE I r fire-trie- love-bur- st WITHOUT F.F.X.L.BEERI "Delivery Service?" Sure.!; j I Prompt N PiffiT 2i mn co. -- Falls City Beer sur-ta- x, OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. N , m i Szamo-tulsk- n, n ly Nowa-kowsk- l y, ,J ar . 1Ib-IM-a in.. utL rtt -- M, '.. &J ,L ,.L. KZE3arxjojair if j HIBERNIANS. From Mexico entered 17,602; from England 12,980, During the same period 94,685 aliens departed from tho United States. irih ambricak. case In tho eyes of the American people for their attitude in Ire land." "NEW YORK'S OWN." Tho general public was allowed to lend a hand to the "Godfathers now tho 105th of the U. S. Infantry, through attendance at a monster concert organized by John McCormlck,,tho famous Irish tenor, and staged at the Hippodrome on Sunday evening, September 22. Mr. McCormack had tho tion of some of tho great artists of tho concert and operatic stage, who did tholr bit toward contributing to tho comfort of "New York's Own" by participating lni the great partl-otl- o entertainment. It was Father Francis P. Duffy, gallant priest whoso bravery on the the battlefields of France has won tor him honors and- undying fame, who first bestowed tho title of "Godfather of tho Regiment" upon ono member of the Committee of Trustees who aro caring for tho "Fighting and the term i3 now applied to tfiem all. Tho Committee of Trustees consists of Morgan J. O'Brien, Chairman; Daniel M. Brady, Vice Chairman; Justice John Whalen, Treasurer; Victor J. Dowling, Chairman Committee on Concert and Music; Joseph P. Grace, Nicholas F. Brady, John G. O'Keofe, Louis D. Conley, Georgo McDonald, Bryan L. and James A. McKenna (father of Major James A. McKenna, who was killed in atclon, and Capt, William McKenna). It is these men who havo been supplying the regiment in France with funds to buy both necessities and little luxuries for tho wounded of "Now York's Own," while In that city they havo looked after emergency cases of distress among tho dependents of our .fighting men when It happened they were unable (o await tho slow moving machinery of Uncle Sam's department of the allowances to dependents. As all New York now knows, the heroic advance of the 165th during the recent allied drive was not without the payment of a heavy toll. The demand upon the funds of the Trustees has been in proportion. Thousands of dollars have been cabled to Father Duffy In the past few weeks and more will bo needed, it was for this reason the benefit patriotic was planned a public demonstration whereby anyono in Now York could lend a helping hand to our wounded boys "over there" by the mere purchase of a ticket to what probably was one of the greatest concerts ever given in this Sixty-ninth- ," co-ope- ra .: KNIGHTS OP GOIililW evening. What Thoy Have Been Doing TO FRIENDS IN BASE HOSPITAL. the Past Week General Here's luck to you, boys, up at tha Base, up there where tho ttcwa Notes. blues are hard to chase; When lying around, all sick and pale, I knew you're nappy .. iimsion a win mceil uii- ruwj when they bring you mall , Meeting Contract Requirements Lato News That Will IatorMt Members Hero and Eht whero. Cincinnati Council will celebrate twentieth anniversary next month. Newport Council will Install its officers and & entertain with luncheon on October 2. An earnest effort is being made at Little Rock to havo 150 candidates for the initiation on October Its 13. .,' lawyers are declared ho Is going back to the farm. Division 1 of South Omaha had gathering Wednesday a pleasant night at the 'home of Mrs. David non-essenti- al Ladies' Auxiliary 1 of Minneapolis realized a nlco sum for the Chinese mission. John Callahan, of Division 4, is rapidly recovering from the effect of his recent operation. , Attorney Tom Walsh says when Weber. navy boys. dancing parties for tho army and called a meeting of tho County Board for next Monday ovenlng at olis has resumed Its muchly enjoyed Ladles' Auxiliary John 3 of Minneap- President Hennessy has Bertrand Hall. Massachusetts Hibernians have endorsed President Wilson's peace plan, and urge that his declaration for small nations' be applied to Ireland. NaMrs. Diary F. MoWhorter, of the Ladles' tional President Auxiliary, appeals to each member to purchase at least one f BO Liberty bond, which will mean $5,000,000 to help Pershing win our glorious National Director of the Ladles' Auxiliary, is making a tour of tho central and southern part of Indiana, visiting auxiliary meetings in tho Interest of tho new Funeral Benent Funa of the order and other matters. After having served as army chaplain at Camp Purduo elnce April, Father M. J. Byrne, pastor of St. Ann's church at Lafayette and State Chaplain of the Hibernians, has volunteered his services to the Government as an army and navy chaplain and has been accepted. Father Byrne served as chaplain with the Indiana troops war. during the Margaret Taylor, State Mrs. President of the Ladles' Auxiliary of Indiana, has obtained tho inclusion of the civil war record of tho Sisters of Providence of that State in the proposed memorial to "The Nuns of the Battlefield," which is soon to be erected in Washington, D. C., in honor of the various orders of Sisters who patriotically gave their services as nurses on the various battlefields and in the hospitals, ashore and afloat, during tho civl war. Spanish-American cause. Mrs. John Arthur, ' t i Tho thincs thoy do to you up there, to you, I know, thoy do not seem fair, Out they know what is best for you, and do their beat to pull you through. At times you think you aro forsaken, but I know where some heart is aching, Thinking of you all tho while; to sea her now I know you would smile. things nl- You're lucky in some rlght Just think of thoso beds so clean and white. All things spotless, that means boys much lots of other don't have such. Think of the lads, all bruised and cut, living over there in some old hut. I can see tho smile on their face if they had things liko up at tho Base, you go on the porch and sit in a chair and breathe in a lot of good fresh air. Your friends from tho regiment pay you a call that's what I think is best of all, They bring you books and lots of news, and stay with you till it's tlnio to snooze, It is some walk from the barracks to the Base, but wo do it often with a smile on our face, So don't you think you're without a friend, anything you want we'll bo glad to send; Just say the word and without do- lay wo 11 send you wnat you want today, if you want books, don't be afraid to say, we'll bring Red Book or Photonlav. Literary Digest, Life or Post, Just tell us what you nice toe most. Will Not Provide Enough Gas Dlease1 take a few minutes to look at the gas problem in a very simple way. ' At a pressure of 350 pounds to the square inch the "West Virginia pipe lino will transport 14,400,000 cubic feet of gas in a day of twenty-fou- r hours. V - The pipe line capacity specified in the franchise, or contract, is 12,000,- 000 cubic 'feet. The unregulated, or unlimited gas demand in Louisville during tho coming winter as nearly as can bo estimated will' be from 25,000,000 to 30,000,000 cubic feet in severely cold weather. This winter demand is abnormal, or greatly excessive on account of the high price of coal, due to 'the war. Should the Company be successful in its efforts to obtain all tho natural gas the pipe line will carry, and thus more than meet and satisfy the franchise capacity requirements, the amount of natural gas delivered would be much less than the probable peak load demands. To -. Sixty-ninth- ," Ken-nel- ly put the subject in a different way 12,000,000 cubic feet of gas a day will not solve the gas "problem, protect tho gas service, or prevent hardship and suffering by the people during tho coming winter. The Company has no wish to rest upon technicalities, legal or otherwise. It exists and can exist only as a purveyor of service: Its purpose is to provide the greatest possible service to the largest number of indi- viduals. The problem which we are dealing with at present is important to all of the people of Louisville, but it is of vital importance to tho people, of small incomes, who must have gas for cooking, lighting and moderate heating if there is any possible manner in which the service can be maintained. We are in the midst of a critical emergency situation created by the war a situation that has requisitioned steel and other materials for war purposes, produced a shortage of labor, made the raising of money exceedingly difficult, and which has caused a coal shortage, in turn producing a gas shortage Protection of gas service in Louisville during the coming winter must be looked upon as an emergency problem, to be met with the best means at command. Temporary, or makeshift expedients should bo resorted to xif substantial results can be accomplished. "When normal conditions aro restored it will bo possible to consider constructive and more permanent plans. Meeting1 - Perhaps you would like novels, or perhaps Shakespeare, tell us your preference, don't have fear. Bo now Just a word before I cease: I hope before this world's at peace You will bo well and healthy men and never see tha Base again, if I should go to Franco I certainly the to have would like chance To seo you all in the best of health and with no limit to your wealth. If you should over go to sea Just think what pleasure It will If wo Bo Kansas City Council has bought the home on Main street that has occupied for the past ten years. Indianapolis Council has elected Timothy Harrington, long a fraternal leader in that city, as Grand Knight. Past Supreme Knight Hearn has arrived In Paris, where he will be associated with tho K. of C. war activities. .Many of the furnishings of tho new K. of C. building Just opened at Camp Mills were donated by 5Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr. Tho Knights have now In Switzerland a branch for the care of soldiers who may find themselves in that neutral country. At tho initiation at Hebron,. Neb., BlBhop O'Reilly, of Lincoln, said he would do his best to attend others throughout tho State. New Orleans Council Js preparing a grand welcome for Hon. Albert Laplace when he is installed as Grand Knight on Novembor 11 The Knights at Dayton, Ohio, will have an initiation October 13, and have invited Supreme Knight Flaherty to be their honor guest. One hundred Secretaries from this country will soon be operating among tho American and Allied forces under arms On the Italian front. Their headquarters hate been established at Genoa. ARRIVE IN FRANCIS. Word has been received b,ere in Franee of the 300th Engineers and the 309th Sanitary Train of the Eighty-fourt- h (Lincoln) Division. Within the past week notice has been received of the arrival of other regiments and units of tho division and It ap pears mat tne entire organization has landed. Tho mail brought brought friondB of Capt. Warner P. Bayers, of Headquarters, notice of his safe arrival. Jerry A. Hogan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hogan, of 15J7 Christy avenue, who Is with (Battery D, 32Cth tField Artillery, has arrived "over there," according to a card received by his parents Thursday. Jerry Hogan was in the law office of Fred Forcht fcere Reentered the service, and for some years was in the City Engineer's office at tho City Hall. His father for many years was chief operator for the Western , Union Telegraph of the safo arrival 'It f I city. OUR PROUD PURSE. t i ST. HELENA'S CLUB. I --i. -- A ' J 6y if - President Hvilson has predalnved From the American headquarters Saturday, October 12, tite. four I'rnnce comes word that the hundred and twenty-sixt- h restriction of parcel post or exanniversary Of the dlSCOVerv of Jtmerln INCORPORATED press packages to the soldiers In QUIT CITY HALL JOB. as Liberty day, and called upon all Franco from folks at homo has 10 ceieDrate it in order to caused some complaint from both An engineer and two negro fire- citizens stimulate a generous reaponse to tho men over there and generous g men at the City Hall, who were WRITE US WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THE GAS PROBLEM the Fourth Liberty loan. friends and relatives In America. day town, city and countryside is Every paid $2.50 per twelve-hou- r This order, issued in tho early asked Bprlng, provides that no packages and whose wages were raised to by the President to arrange commay be sent to a soldier in France day by memorative addresses, pageants, $2.70 for an eight-hoexcept when specifically requested ordinance passed by the lower board harvest homo festivals or other by tho individual and approved by of tho General Council Wednesday demonstrations, and ho directs that Ills regimental or higher com show up for work all Federal employes whose service night, did not ST. COLUMBA'S. mander. Thursday morning because they can bo spared be given a holiday. was promulgated after a careIt wanted ?3 n day. As a result tho The people of St. Columba's congregation have completed ar- ful study of the shipping situation, WOUNDED IN FRANCE. elevator was not running and the as well as tho needs and requirerangements for a merry euchre and lights were burning dim. The city ments of the men, and, notwithgenerates Its own electricity. Word was received Thursday ot lotto party to take place next standing some reaction from home the wounding of Frank Martin Earl, Tuosday in the hall at Thirty-fift- h In the shape of complaints from twenty-fou- r years old, a member pf and Market, for which many valuaFAIRFIELD. tho American Expeditionary Forces ble awards have been donated. Tho soldiers' relatives and among the games will be called at 3:30 and men themselves, tho army authori30-- 0ct. Last Sunday afternoon a war In Franco, who formerly lived at 8:30 o'clock. An event of special ties feel it is Justiifed. servico flag dedication and cele- 511 Eas.t Eleventh streot, New AlT l"JlfcS! They point out that if each solinterest for tho near future In this bration took place on the grounds bany. Young Earl entered the parish will bo the dedication of a dier in an army of a million and of St. Michael's churoh at Fairf- service in September. 1917, and service flag for the boys at tho the American Expeditionary Forces ield. Appropriate music was ren- reached France on May 15 last. His Tho names are now being nre now far In excess of that front. dered and several eloquent speak sister, Mrs. Edward RIcke, of one secured by Rev. James J. Maloney, should receivo received a lettor ers addressed the large assemblage. wMh pastor, who will arrange a pa- package a month it would involve the stated he had been on the fiHag The services closed with ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50. FIRST RACE AT 2:15 P. M. the handling of 2,500 net tons a line since July 14. triotic programme. month and require approximately 5,000 ship tons for transport over- broken FRANCES KENNEDY. CONGRATULATIONS. had made a record Journey, arrived WORK ON I'RESS. WILL RAISE FLAG. after the fall election, tho seas. This would mean tho ex- new ruler of our Western neighbor (Just in time to be present at tho d cargo clusive use of two Frances Kennedy, one of the Tho IrlBh World, of New York . consecration. Charles rf. Jacques, a well known Rev. Martin O'Connor, who has State will be a Catholic and fur newer vaudeville stars, has been Bhips a month. thermore, to our knowledge, ho City, with its last week's issue en become pastor of tho Church of resident of this city and at one time Translated into military needs, will be tho first Catholic Governor tored upon Its forty-nint-h year, and booked for a full season by tho big SCHOOL CLOSES. Our Lady in Portland, is securing editor of tho old Catholic Advocate, of ship space of Colorado. vaudeville circuit, and will appear the samo amount from everywhere in this country tho names of tho men ot that par- has entered the literary field aad in this city at Keith's Theater. Ml3s would maintain dn Franco throe and Ireland Is receiving messages Tho School of Mediclno at tho ish now in the military service, in has on the Saulsbury press, BalticomKennedy is one of the few vaude- full regiments of infantry and and words of congratulation whose honor a service flag will bo more, a book entitled "The Works NICE GD7T. and ready for on pletely equipped ville comediennes who insists cheer. main closed till after the war. ac- - raised in tho very near future. of Mr. Jacques." The boot will Overseas transport, howgreat singing exclusive songs, and giving fighting. contain two stories that should Liberty bond will bo Irlsh World has dono a many work, Icording to announcement made by There will bo about seventy-fiv- e A pieaso tho reading public, as they and Rev. Dr. Cavonaugh, President of stars on the flag. the her audience a new act each year, ever, they explain, is less formida- given f50,000 Catholic clergy and notwithstanding by the ble than tho problem In handling great changes in human affairs. tne institution. Tho school was es have been moat favorably pawed and keeping away from tho beaten upon. Beautifully bound Jn cloth, track of popular numbers. For and distributing such packages after laity of tho Archdiocese of Balti- Under Patrick Ford it was an able tabllshed last year, and succeeded JOLLY NIGHT. thoy have arrived here. The men more to Cardinal Gibbons on the and well conducted paper, and Jt well under the doanship of Dr. the price is $1. Conlea mT "ha nru this season she has several catchy are not located in a city of streets, occasion of tho celebration of his is to the credit of tho present Frank J. Powers. So many young songs, an excellent monologue and A meeting of New Albany Coun- dered through tho Saulsbury Publishing Company, Baltimore. gowns which are tho delight of but are located all over France, in golden Jubileo as a Bishop. An editors and management that they men novo been called to tho servico, cities and towns and villages, in invitation to subscribe to tho fund are following closely the lines upon howavor, that under tho circum cil, Knights ot Columbus, was held every woman in her audiences. and cantonments and In the trenches, with which to buy tho bond will be which he builded that great papor. stances' It has been deemed wise to at the hall at Vlncennes when Oak CHURCHILL DOWNS MEETING. a Thursday night, and no soldier in war has a perma- issued to Catholics throughout this forego further efforts in tho new streets SHERLEY CUNni'F ARRIVES. reception was hold in honor of nent address. CONSECRATIONS. The Louisvillo Jockey Club will school till conditions again become thirty-thre- e State and tho District of Columbia new members who i At present the authorities are normal within tho next few days. Tho honor Sergeant Sherley Cunlff, of tho were initiated Into the order last inaugurate' its fall race meetfag every effort to the prompt of .celebrating a golden Jubilee as Romosaw two notable consecraRoad (Engineers, who has been in Speaking and music were Monday at Churchill Downs, closing Sunday. next Saturday. Every day a high MEETS LITTLE FAVOR. France since last May, was ordered transmission of letter mall, and they Bishop is ono that has come rarely tions tWs past month. In tho features of the Jolly event. feel this is far class racing card will be presented, home by the doctors aad has been tant thattho happiness more impor- to a Catholic prelate in any country Basllioaw'of St. John Lateran Car to the men as the best horses in tho country Tho Orange manifesto to Presi- sent to the United States Army Hos- and their families than ofchocolates, in the last few hundreed years. dinal Pemplll, Vicar General of His PULL OUT CORK. are now quartered at the track. Cardinal Gibbons, when ho was1 con- Holincee tho Pope, consecrated as dent Wilson, as a counterblast to pital at Fort MoPherson, Ga. Ser- cigarettes, mufflers and other secrated Bishop of Adriamyttum on Bishop of Oapharnaum Msgr. Bar- - tho forcible statement of tho Man- - To remove a cork that has been Every indication points to a sucgeant Cunlff is suffering with an August 16, 1868, became the young- lassina, who will leave as soon as slon House conference, has not met pushed inside a bottlo tlo a button cessful meeting, as Interest in the injury to his spine and the army est Bishop in the church in this possible to take his position as with a Joyous reception in the Engphysicians say that it will take drop sport has not ceased. ST. PATRICK'S. country and ono of tho youngest Auxiliary Patriarch of Jerusalem. lish press, to which its dialetical to a stout piece of twine andupside quite a while for him to recover. It inside. Turn tho bottlo men raised to that dignity in the Tho Patriarch is still kept Intorned weaknesses are obvious. The West- down and when tho cork enters tho Sherley is one of our best known RETURNS TO STOTHH8. Monday the boys and young Catholic men and before his girls of theafternoonand fifth grades history of tho Catholic church in by tho Turks In Nazareth, notwith- minster Gazette says: neck in front of the button it can fpurth standing' the appeals for his releaso "We do not propose to discuss Pierce Dixon, who is studying for enlistment was an employe of the at St. Patrick's school will give a the world. by a quick pull Tho Cardinal has purchased genbeen made by the Popd the vJow of Irish history which, tho be readily extracted tho priesthood, has returned to 8t. State roads department. euchre and lotto party In tho erously of Liberty bonds in all the that hxiaMsgo. Dolci, tho Apostolic Ulster Unionists present with some on tho cord. through Meinrad's, in Spencer countv. Iml.. school hall at Sixteenth and Mar- campaigns and has urged his priests Delegate at Constantinople. elaboration to President Wilson in aftor spending his summer vacation GOOD COLLEGE YEAR. RISKY. ket. Refreshments will be served and laity to subscribe until they had Within a few hundred yards in the manifesto which is published with his parents. Mf. and Mrs. Patand the youngsters assuro all who to make real sacrifices to do so. That St. Joseph's College at Bards-tow- n attend that thoy will havo a cleas- - It was immediately suggested, when the histdric Church of San Clomente this morning.President Is a matter "Yes " said tho druRElst's as rick Dixon, in Jeffersonville. Young Wilson has the titular church of Cardinal upon which or uixon jias has entered upon what prom- ant afternoon:" the proposition of presenting him a O'Connell. Archbishop ot Boston, other and more elaborate sources sistant, "I am' called up occasionally anxiously a legion his friends who await isee to be the banner year of Its prescriptions at compound ordination, purse came up, that the money bo Mass., and the Roman home of the of information at hand, and about to which may take place next year. history. This month over eighty CENTER FOR OUR FORCES. invested in Liberty bonds. Irish Dominicans Very Rev. John which ho has no doubt formed night." a man likoly to make auls- boys were enrolled and this num"Isn't T. McNIcholas, O. IP., was conse- opinions of hds own. To us all else 7" LIEUT. KAVANAGH AT FROWT. ber may be increased. All tho The largest recreation center in of in tho manifesto is overshadowed by takes working in MUST HAVE COMMISSIONS. crated Bishop of the diocese graduates of St. Josehp's have en- New Jersey for tho comfort of the l, the affirmation of Sir Edward Car-eo-n "I should Just think so. I wok Duluth, Minn., by Cardinal Mrs. Mary T Barrett, of Oast rolled in the S. A. T. C. at 'tho soldiers and sailors has Just been being By a now ruling of tho War Dethe and his friends that thoy are a bad nickel once!" Main Btreet, received word Thursday Government training schools. opened under tho direction of the partment every chaplain working in Archbiehop Cerretti and Archbishop in favor of home rule for those that he rnephew, First Lieutenant TOO BAD. Knights of Columbus War Work the army or navy must have a Eseer. O. P. Cardinal Fruewirth, parts of Ireland which they do not Bernard J. Kavanagh, had arrtred Committee of New Jersey. It faces commieelon. IMMIGRATION. This ie in order to O. P., wae among those present, as happen to inhabit. They are home "Too bad about Tom and tho girl safely overseas. Lieut. Karanagtk Is the waterfront at Hoboken. give every clergyman the proper were aowral 'other prominent rep- rulers for Munster, Lelnstor and During the year ending June 30 standing. Under this ruling K. of resentatives of the Dominican order Connaught if not for an Ireland he's engaged to. Neither one of a son of the late Mr. aad Mr. Bernard Kavanaah a Irish and other which includes meter. It ia somet-- them is good enough for the other." of COLORADO GOVHRNOR. only 110,118 Immigrants earns to C. ehaptoins must undergo examina- and AweriMa, J. J. Kavaah, of SottUt filth "Where did you get that Idea7" eeclaatestlcs 1Mb Aoiintrr . Thia la the amilUat. and tbinc mined that the uktermea tion for eommtoikms if they desire BulleMKeakln street. He is with OmtffMw' D matter "I've heen talking th umber of any year since 1844, ex-- ; If the Democratic dynasty of Gov- - to etraUnue their work. The ruling 'lay reetleots of Rome. Right Rev. should have been brought to this 806th Pioneer iHfaatry, Msgr. JftcGean, of New York, who point when they strive to, make a over with both families." cept wnen only 7,is cme.-nnon-i in vooireae xenuuni tin. gees into effect November 1, In bo-lnur St. of The social meeting Club, held Helena's .Moaday evening at Presentation Academy, was a delightful success, a large number of members attend-- ) Tho programme consisted of ing. several musical numbers, charm-- I ingly rendered by the Presentation orchestra, and a most interesting talkoa Jojih ot Art ..byAV ,W. Thumb, who proved himself1 to be thoroughly conversant with French history and the life of tho heroine. The members of tho club are deeply grateful to tho members of the orchestra and Mr. Thumb for a very pleasant and instructive evening. At tho end of the meeting the trip to Marengo Cave, which has been arranged for tomorrow, was discussed and arangementn completed. Train leaves Seventh street depot at 9:45, or from Southern station, New Albany, at 10:10. Thoso having made reservation will be expected to go despite Inclement weather. , now this poem I must end, regards to all the boys I send. Keep np courage and don't you fret wei think of you often, don't you forget. I know it's not nice to bo sick, eo do your beat to get well quick And go with us, the Huns to lick. Don't you tmnjc tnai wouia .bo slick? Corporal, John H. Dauer, Headquarters Company, 313th Inf., -- ,fUS3. could meet, the bunch of us, after we have settled up this bo the contract requirements will not provide enough gas. HAbFORD ERICKSO$ ft" V' ., -i' $. iUM k -- W.4 J"' ...,,. - Camp" Meade, Md. Vice President 'WIIAT TO SEND. Louisville Gas and Electric Co. Germany's war debt has reached per cent of its total wealth, that is to say, 37 per cent, of $80,000,000,000. Wo havo spent only 5 per cent, of our national wealth! of ?250,000,000,000. We look over theso figures with a sense of proper pride as wo approach tho fourth Liberty loan. We are made conscious of having only scratched the surface of our wealth. Wherefore we should prepare to take liberally of the issuo with tho pleasurable knowledge that with the $6,OQO,000,OOQ subscribed we will not even Tiave dpproachoa the expenditures of- Our wheelB aro fust starting to turn with tho magnificence of our purposes, and to give them momentum let us make wide estimates of what we will do with our shares individually. national Wo havo made a good start. Let us hit harder each time. 37 enemy-countri- es. Company at tha ,OfHrie?JnTwl Jmd Times. The 326th Field 'Artillery la madjo up of .soldier rfrmthe for the most part; BluVgrassandlertheimtucRy ' J i FOR LIBERTY DAY. v Churchill DownsFall "z"7!, Meeting! 5. Six Days' Racing Sept. five-pou- nd SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY New-Alban- y, fair-size- semi-darkne- ss , Bog-glan- al rn 1, iBi r 4ir. 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