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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918. fy IGE CREAM 430 S. Siglith St. Wholesale and Retail Home Phone City 7075. HARMON'S VOLUME XLI.-N- O. ' 4 PRICE FIVE CENTS. that of the K. of to and Y. Key-Btone- Zachary Taylor. Secretaries Vdlller and McCor-mac- k at No. 4 are doing great work for tho men of tho ObservaWithout tion 'Batteries, who have little time First Sunday That Tasses to do so many things. At building Mass Due to Influenza No. 3 Miss Nona Sullivan, of LaEpidemic. fayette, Ind., gave a song .recital on Tuesday evening, accompanied by Miss O'Neill. Miss Sullivan is a most finished artist and will be Stall of Knights of Columbus Sec- very welcomo again. a Another endecided hit tertainer who made retaries Now Numbers with the troops of the Depot Brigade was Miss Elsie Heckcl, of Nineteen. New Albany. Miss Heckel's programme was made up of popular songs of the day. iMiss Mary Cllne3 played with much snap, something TIIE CHAPLAIN SCHOOL OPENS. that everybody lives on at tho camp nowadays. Ing, while little Miss Eileen Clines sang her way into the hearts of the F. A. R. D. men and will probably be listed on the K. C. circuit with tho other stars during the coming winter. Mrs. F. Fust, a contralto singer of marked ability, was called upon to sing three numbers before Two Big Shows Staged For Second being excused. programme The at by soldier talent, was concluded Training Battalion which is very plentiful at Camp CAMP NEWS ers in Trinity for tho Cardinal as he lay ill nobody saw anything surprising In the action, however unusual. Beloved by all who knew waa blm, his consummate worth by all taken for granted DEMOCRATS . M I tho As the life of tho Cardinal was Laughing at slowly ebbing away, tho Jews did Uruncr Auditorium. not forget hlra whllo celebrating 'Sj'uff f New Year's festivities. their "Prayers," wrote tho New York Herald, "were offered In many synagogues at Yom Klppur services .1 for the distinguished churchman." Near Mayor Smith Issues Another So men of all creeds and all facnarmlcs.'T' Bulletin in showing tions united In publicly tholr esteem 'for this "lover of manTorcadoStylc. kind," this "man among men." ROSARY MONTH. :36I 'Attempts - of orliil Boost- The Knights of Columbus auditorium on Poplar Level road furnished the ig events the past Training week when the Second Battalion of the officers' training school gave a show and refreshWednesday ment entertainment evening under the direction of Lieut. Gaurner, followed by the El Nomo Minstrels on Thursday. The shows of the Offljcera' Training Battalion was made up of songs by a of Candidates quartette composed Isenbaum, Mulholland Johnson, and Storey. The men were all trained singers and their numbers Candidate were very classical. Kelly gave selections on the piano, followed by Frank Dolan from Jersey City, whose monologue was the "hit" of the evening. Dolan told stories that were entirely new to the men and his style was most amusing. Tho boxing and wrestling by the numbers were also enjoyedare, and soldiers as they always wero between members of the be and Fifth Training Battalions. was comAfter the programme ice pleted the audience partook byof the cream and cake furnished of the Second Battalion. Next Battalion. evening the El On Thursday Nomo minstrel troupe well known by in Louisville, headed gave their show at the auditorium to a house packed & the doors. The troupe brought their 'own orefceetra with them, onitiB of eight pteoeB, A ? Mr MtH!JgaBfcgf3 The0-Shipper, TAKING WAR COURSE. week the training camp be guests of the Fourth en,T'" yl y-'i- Br i. ? ",C arTF Iarae by the par brave men reputaDio ";-;..the ana swum. ., 0to- - Catholic men not graduates of St the our country nveti its cause, m awers with logic orgallery play citito and and cheap zens were Knights or Xavler'B have been helped and the .moraine: the members of the a deluge of words which mean at the camp, taries working class Men's Social dub united with other nothing. One of the amusing feat-re- s Weiss, the Flynn, Kennedy and being Vetter have been registered in first colleges. members of the congregation In a in his bellicose document was other black cork man Landglven general communion offered for tne where he says: "As long as I am Qulnlan. Miss Ethel several OATnOLIO ORPHAN SOCIETY. srilrltual and temporal welfare of Mayor I propose to be Mayor," etc. compelled to sing tho soldiers and sailors furnished There he's off again on that guff to her solo, "Jaw Dance" Tomorrow afternoon the Catholic In .before their Someone ought andit was almost 9:30 part of the Orphan Society will hold Its quar- frommen ofranks. parishthe afternoon about being Mayor. wake him out of gathered at the tho tho pinch him and began. The latter olio meeting at St. the school to form In procession to dream that he Is Mayor instead terly' general that show was made up of clog danc- Thomas Asylum, affording and marched tho church he Russell, ing by Private Jimmy Sergeant. members and friends thustho orphans service flag to ceremonies, for tho of just tho near Mayor. How peep during would have enjoyed taking a of Blight of hand work by opportunity of seeing which the congregation united in at Chesley Searcy, the real Mayor, the McKane, jass numbers by high-cla- quar- an excellent tho many Improvements that have singing the "Battle Hymn of the and his two assistants, the Vice tette and a number of "Star Mayors Paul Burllngame and Davy Henley, Who been made. Tho same opportunity Republic." "America" and-thsongs by MIbs Rose at St. Vincent's, Spangled Banner;" the roll call of will be given when they read Smithy's statehas been In great demand at the where the next meeting will be our boys was reaa, tne service iiag Rose, that he was Mayor. My! how ment camp lately. a later date. solemnly blessed and a patriotic The staff of Knights of Colum- held at anniversary of tho Orphan sermon delivered by one of the they must have chuckled. These The of every department bus Secretaries now at the local Society will be celebrated on Sun- army chaplains from Camp Zachary three take care of the city and every now and camp numbers nineteen, Thomas J. day afternoon, October 13, at tho Taylor. Mayor Jto The services concluded the of Louisville, being the Cathedral, when the orphans will with benediction oi rno messea then they allow his near Dolan, grandiloquent Issue ono 6t are Preparations recruit. latest brought institutions bulletins on some subject like the being made for the cold weather be chartered from both Father P. Sacrament. gas cars. fall races, boxing contest, buildings being all lined in- In J. Rock, rector ofRev. Cathedral, siege, HONORED BY THOUSANDS. question or tho annexation plan, the board and stoves M. preach side with beaver State, municipal, civic and in- and to date the bulletins have hurt the sermon, the children put up. - will the will past week a number songs, sing hymns and patriotic dustrial activities In St. Paul and no one and made no changes In real During tho Wednes- programme tho will close Minneapolis were and the in Knights of with benediction, serviceswhich there day when the bodyhaltedArchbishop Mayor, and of Searcy, Burllngame, of visitors prominent of Rose and after six Columbus circles visited tho diocese of very will be a reunion of the children in John Ireland, bornothe a grave of his two assistants. recreation centers and were In to was tho school building, where refresh- St. Paul, Local Democrats can well afford well pleased with what they saw. ments will be served. All members Calvary cemetery. The ceremony to bo encouraged. over the registraGrand Knight Walsh, of Bishop and Catholics in general will bo in the archdiocese Cathedral and tion figures as they show a comCarroll Council, Chicago, "with Gen- welcome at this celebration. the funeral procession were sol- fortable lead of 2,000 over the Reeral Secretary Tom O'Connell, of Hundreds of publican figures, and this is flatemnly Impressive. the Great Lakes Training Station, military men attended the Pontifical tering when it Is taken Into considMAN AMONG MEN. spent two days hero looking over high mass. Archbishop Ireland was eration that 96 per cent, of the the work of the Knights of the colors aro com a chaplain1 In the civil war, and It boys away with Columns of sympathetic Columbus. ment upon the life and labors, the has been said that his untiring ef- Democrats and the huge negro vote De- religious country after brought out this time was through Due to the order of the War zeal and patriotic devotion forts to assist his grouping of of tho late Cardinal Farley filled war was declared partment forbidding Germany the strenuous efforts of the city on soldiers there wero no masses cele the New York papers. Practically caused the physical breakdown and county employes, who deserted on each of tho 'great brated at Camp zachary Taylor metropolitan which was held responsible for his their posts in tho City Hall and last Sunday. This order was nec- dallies honored his memory with a deatn. The mass was said by Court House and combed the alCounty essary to iprovent the spread of special editorial replete with kindly Bishop Thomas O'Gorman, of Sioux leys and byways clean. g friend and Attorney Matt Chilton offers a Spanish Influenza, which has unex- feeling and high appreciation for Falls, S. D a Ireland. clumsy explanation of the falling at tho camp. the many admirable qualities of the pectedly developed of Archbishop The chaplains of the fourth train- illustrious prelate. Tho following Nearly one thousand Catholic cler- off In the Democratic registration, ing sohool 9eft for their homes on tribute from the Now York Evening gymen, Including Archbishops, Bish- saying that It was because of the d priests, par- absence of phony voters. That arThursday after being awarded their Sun may bo taken as typical of the ops and More gument might be offset by saying ticipated In tho ceremony. The .next school for tone of tho entire press: commissions. Rechaplains will commence on October "Cardinal Farley's long and use than 75,000 persons irom every that either Chilton's colored 5. ful life is bound to bo an insplra station in life escorted the body to publicans have dodged the draft or On account of the quarantine Hon to youth and a pattern for a small green plot In Calvary ceme- there aro many negro repeaters In were maturity. Not more as churchman tery, where the Archbishop, In re- the number.The Chilton-Searc- y three large entertainments cancelled at the Knights of Colum- and prelate than as a simple Ibver sponse to his dying request, was machine was especially busy In tho ElKhth. Ninth and Tenth wards, bus buildings. On Friday evening of mankind, a man among men, burled among his friends. negro of strange was human, lovable, gently tolerant and band Quartermaster and thousands the CHORAL SOCIETY. names aro on tho books In this scheduled to play at tho auditorium, filled with tho peace which abides district. The machine realizes a minstrel was booked for No. 2, In tho innocent heart, this good s Republicans Tho St. Louis Bertrand Choral that many and a sacred concert was to be man was held In adequate esteem, given at the auditorium on Sunday love and reverence by his friends Society feels confident of a most and probably 75 per cent, of tho loyal to year, as vote nicht by a chorus of forty voices of every order. Throughout his successful manifested greatIts lnterept Independent Sherleywill bemonth and works Wilson and next in of Prof. career, during a groat part of Is being under tho direction which he was a definite Influence and new members are being con- they are trying to offset the will Rectenwald. ' Tho colored Secretaries at build- In New York, his kindly figure, stantly enrolled. Meotlngs and re- of tho white people with an orand Iging No. 2 kept things on tho hum whether as parish priest or Cardinal hearsals are held overy Tuesday ganized horde of colorednow until quarantlno stopped every- Archbishop, has always been recog- alght at Bertrand Hall and already norant voters. From until tho maThis firma- much thing. The "Black Devils" put on nized as a fixed star in the magni- society progress has been made.devel- November 5 the Chilton-Searcwas organized for the chine . will see that the Ignorant classy boxing bouts on Tues- ment of his church, whoso some hag for and day eevnlng. The 814th Regiment tude was accurately rockoned and opment of vocal music, andand mu- and vicious negro Is pampered tolls petted, and few will bo In tho very good boxers ambng securely established. Ho was a Us object sacred concerts nave some entertainments, and therefore of tho law, no matter what their their numbers, and it sometimes sturdy defender of his devout faith, sical hoped that slngors throughout crime. requires six rounds to decide a religious and political; never find- it Is city will be Interested and will Registration days wero certainly bout. Referee Mallndsay acted as ing occasion for harsh judgment, the nor yet relaxing firmness In the forward tho movement that has gala days for the Keystone police, master of ceremonies. Building No, 5, where Secretary essentials of man's duty to God, the Deen started. to Aallcordial invitation many of whom found bo much idle Catholic choirs time on their hands that they In In the course Is extended MoVelth has charge, put on a very State and himself. Tuesday supplies of to attend excellent vaudeville show on Thurs- of so long a life in high ecclesiasti- evenings, tho rehearsals on membera. dulged In bountiful of and to become moonshine, and the returns day evening headed by J. J. Flynn cal station a thousand incidents indicative of tho drunken Keystoners wore coming In and his charming daughters. Mr. might bo recalled faithful shepherd NEWMAN MOORMAN. faster than the registration returns, Flynn gave one of his interesting character of the spirit In which in the first district Patrolmen monologues, and was obliged to re- of souls, of the Tho marriage of Miss Bernadetta Hurst and Crane were reported for with the acceptcite "Casey at the Bat" for the meekness Joined responsibility. Yet Newman, of Valley Station, and drunkenesa, and the same went soldiers as an encore. Mlas Helen ance of high the none is needed, for many thousands Walter Moorman, a popular young with Patrolman Edwards, whom the 'gpanlnger again entertained boys with her baby specialty act cherish personal memories of this resident of Louisville, was quietly dally papers say was stripped of last inia aad Miss Angela Flynn sang sev- well beloved friend which areofmore solemnized on Thursday of Bow- hi3 badge ny unier reuy. SWielbyville the eral numbers, accompanied by her precious to them than any other week at St. Joseph's church, per- remind ue that our one of the The ling Green, Rev. Father Hayee Chief i getting Mlsfl Ruth Adams enter- more public Incident. Bteter.pray-- forming the ceremony. beet little badge strippers In the tained with her usual clever read- - day when Bishop Greer read J3T. iZ Over 400 people, including fathers, mothers, sisters and sweethearts, wero at tho Louisville and United States Senator and make Nashville station Monday morning chUnis for the local doctor that are when fifty-tw- o of St. Xavier's laughable. To begin with Bruner graduates entrained en route to is lamentably weak in the Eleventh Cincinnati to enlist in the Students district, tho Republican stronghold, Army Training Corps. It was a and this. Is accounted for by tho joyous and a sad departure, as qulto fact that tho mountain Republicans a number of the mothers and sisters are (bitterly sore over the defeat were In tears. To tho glory of tho of their, own man Bethurum. Then mothers of St. Xavier's boys several again tho Morroil paction Is sulk "Ohelr have already seen three of ing becauso he in't prevailed on go off, and Monday's other sons to take the no mi dtlon for Senator departure' made the. fourth and and the Morrow KKBothurum fac- last. Another mother had her only tseo why they tlons together c boy to go, and the good woman should tear their irts for Bruner, was willing, yet she felt the sacrithe city chap. of this glar- fice as her husband has been Ing weakness th spubllcan nom- During tho called to his reward. inee flew off scked on tho week also many more of the German langua Huestlon, which left for various color the worst acted as a boomi leges, and the Catholic colleges of Is still trying kind, and the d Notro Dame, St. Xavier's at CinIs original po- to crawfllsh out at cinnati, Catholic University r nrwl Citi'itni. sltlon, Gov. S' Washington, St. Louis University, Itogether from Beckham appea Loyola College at Chicago, Spring Ifeeen the same the same stump. Hill College, Spring Hill, Ala., St. as waving a r tin front of an Mary's, Kansas, and Do Paul UniIHerald, which enraged bull versity at Chicago had by far the vent Bruner sees that In majority. Two of St. Xavier's grows weaker IomI Committee- graduates working In New London, man H6rt will rrjf a hard tlmo Conn., entered Yale University, and persuading the ml Republican some others entered the University send a big rX Campaign and the Kentucky of Louisville campaign fund and the Her- University. Brother Benjamin, State ;littie bit of the aid won't get C. F. X., principal of St. Xavior's, SERVICE FLAG BLESSED. snder the Herald slush fund, exceedingly busy man, has been an la. its abuse of froths at the discharging the multifor besides Iant. Kundav, there took nlace at Stanley. ye'ason. rV a .came out attending the re- St James chareh,- of which - the Gov. near M plicity of duties Old i been,, opening his services have Rev. Father Willett is the belove lstand play with the disposal of the public wishing pastor, a beautiful and annexation T, ceremony, tto blessing ,sd uedioa- - ittd InfonuiAtlon reird4r the S A. Dn of a A r. aCyauiw men from MOMi and just, ev the, .city end SUt on .the. student-soldiers - The month of October Is known in the church as tho month of the Rosary, and it is well at this time to dwell on the power of the simple prayers recited by the faithful on the Rosary beads. The Rosary has cut a great, figure in the world, and many volumes have been written by great religious writers, telling the story of its efficacy in moving the Almighty to look with favor on the legitimate aspirations of the faithful. Legends have attributed the defeat of the heretics at the battle of Moret, in 1213, to the recitation of the Rosary by St. Dominic and his followers, and oven writers of history who wero dn no way In sympathy with tho church nave recorded the great fervor of people tho Christian that wero aroused In those days by St. Dominic. The great victory of Don John and his Christian army over the Turks on tho first Sunday of October, 1571, was regarded by the Christian world as due in a great measure to the processions 'held in Rome by the members of the Rosary According to a Confraternity. writer' in the Dublin Irish Rosary there is more constant devotion to the beads tho year around among the Irish than among any other people. In the present awful war in which our American boys are so valiantly fighting it has been mentioned several times In dispatches from foreign countries that It has been noticed that the Cathollo troops among the Americans are well supplied with Rosary most debeads and used them voutly. Here at homo we should be at least as devout and during this month of October particularly, frequently during the day, concentrate our thoughts on our beads. Chief Petty Quite an Adopt at Stripping '.Badges Off Soused- .Keystoners. - I : LOUISVILLE ATTRACTS CROOKS. i I One of the funniest performances know of is the daily attitude of the Louisville (Herald trying to bolster up the Bruner candidacy for wo knprl HP v - :m!9m'1U yoiu,uuur: on-r- .. W ss e getting too much Jersey lightning In his system and the report winds up that Chief Petty Btripped him of his badge. Another of tho soused Keystoners was performing out on Caldwell street argue tho and attempting to suffragette question with one of the women advocates of voting who was stationed there. While upholding the men's side of the argument tho Keystoner had difficulty in upholding his balance, and a friendly picket fence did yeoman duty In seeping him on his feet. Finally ho becamo so demonstrative in his oratory that he attracted a large audience and someone was mean enough to call up his superior officer and report that a Keystoner was pickled and disturbing the voters, especially tho women voters, who were getting frightened. Tho Fifth district patrol answered the call and the poor old Keystoner was piled In, but before getting him away he ended up his flow of eloquence by saying: "Gol darn tho women voters," and tho only woman he would have voted for was Carrie Nation, tho saloon smasher. The people of West Broadway last week witnessed a performance of the Keystonera, which shows that and conductors the are branching out In the reel game and occasionally put up a thriller interspersed with comedy. The feature in this picture was a thrilling race up Broadway between a police patrol and ono of tho "flivver" patrols which Col. Petty purchased because tho Keystoners couldn't sit on a horse. No one knows where the flag fell, some Baying Shawneo Park, but anyway when the patrol and police machine hit along Thirty-thir- d and they wero making Broadway time look sick. Barney Oldfleld's The race was nip and tuck and the joy riders were rooting for fair, but an accident to the "flivver" just aDove Thirty-thir- d spoiled tho contest, but did not spoil the fun of the onlookers. The driver of the "flivver" had been sticking to the tracks as ho used to do as a motonnan and this was his downfall. The little Lizzie hit a rut and turned turtle completely, Keystone chauffeur being the whirled clear of the wreck, and got up smiling as all Keystoners do In a funny turn. Then they all piled In tho machine amidst the applause Not all appreof 4he spectators. ciated tho humorous and thrilling reel, some gloomy Gusse3 and killjoys saying they ,dldn't approve of It as the lives of children and old Shame people wero endangered. on those who don't appreciate our Keystoners. The Louisville Herald, the organ administration, of the. Bolshovlkl has ibeen runninir features recently telling of how many enterprises. coming ao Louisville," ,etc, nut .muwi urn mtamtamm4 slightest way one ot tne Diggesi enterprises that has located in our midst. That is the Burglars and doing a is Crooks Co., which and phenomenal business. Daily nightly the robberies and burglaries are growing and It is getting to be the morning greeting for one to morning, have you, 6ay: "Good been robbed?" or "What did they get you for last night?" Hold-u- p men, pickpockets and crooks of all It hero descriptions are beating from other places, having heard tho glad tidings that Louisville has no police force. Of course this is a little unkind on tho Keystoners, who may catch a burglar some day who knows. It Is reported that at a convention ot the crooks resolutions wero .adopted thanking the present "efficiency" administration and wishing for tho Keystoners them a long life. It's a cinch the comedy police will have a long life as they are so used to not catching anything they are not liable to catch a disease. They are sure safe from the Influenza plague. An man who was robbed said disgustedly that ho couldn't Bee whv they sent to Africa for Ivory when we have the Keystoners here. out-of-to- world. Hardly a day goes by you don't hear of one of the rs M. C. A. in their war camp activities in the cantonments of this country and behind tho battles lines of Europe. "When thero is somo service to bo rendered the soldier," he said, "the Knights of Columbus or tho Y. M. to A. go ahead and do It speedily Chairman Mulligan Advisos Sub and efficiently. When an emerscribcrs to War Work gency arises there Is no question Campaign. raised as to which organization should act. The ono common aim Is to serve our soldiers, regardless of who get tho credit." All Organizations Aro Organized to BELOVED PASTOR ILL. Italso Funds Fof War Relief. Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, pastor ot St. Leo's church of Highland Park, 111 Is at St. Vincent's Hospital in Now York City, where ho had gone on a visit to recuperate, New York Archbishops and Bishops Approvo being Father Fitzgerald's home tho Plans Now Under town. As pastor of Holy Cross church of this city, Church of the Way. Annunciation at Shelbyvllle and St. Leo's - he has endeared himself to many- and possesses a wide acquaintance. Father Fitzgerald has CONVENTIONS TO BE HELD. done noblo work in this diocese in the upbuilding of struggling congregations, and though not an old man In years has been failing in Friends of the Knights of Columhealth the past few years from the long and steady strain of his pas- bus Intending to contribute to its toral work. The best wishes and war relief fund during tho camNovember 11 prayers of his many friends in this paign beginning section who know and love him are should bear in mind not to desigbeing said for a speedy recovery. nate tho' order when contributing, but specify the "United War Work Campaign," said William J. MulliCnURCH OF- - OUR LADY. gan, Chairman of the K. of to ComA magnificent demonstration of mittee on War Activities. "This drive for funds," ho conpatriotism will take place at tho tinued, "is a united one and will Church of Our Lady, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd, when & beautiful service be participated In by several orflag ot sixty-nin- e stars will be ganizations recognized by tho War by and designated blessed and dedicated to its noble Department purposes preceding the solemn high President Wilson as accepted inmass dn Sunday morning, October strumentalities through which the 13. The societies of the church men in the ranks are to bo assisted will assemble in the school rooms in many essential matters of recreaand form an imposing procession to tion and morale. These organiza the church, singing national airs. tions include tho National Catholic of Columbus), An augmented choir, under the di Council (Knights rection of Prof. Recktenwald, will Young Men's Christian Association, render the musical programme and Young Women's Christian AssociaRev. aiartin O'Connor, the new pas tion, Jewish Welfare Board, War tor, will sing the mass, at which a Camp Community Service, American sermon appropriate to the occasion Library Assoclaton and Salvation will bo preached. This occasion Army. "President Wilson requested that will make a fine showing for the Church of Our Lady and its sixty- - these organizations unite in a sinnine brave men gone to tho front. gle campaign to raise funds for war Catholics, Protestants and Jews are relief work instead of each conduct-i- n gits own drive, and this will be all as one In this crisis, fighting side by side for their country and done. Friends of tho Knights of the freedom of oppressed nation- Columbus may feel assured that alities, and therefore there will bo a they will bo serving the best Interwelcomo for all without distinction est of the Order it they contribute of creed. Those represented by to the 'United War Work Campaign' tho Knights ot Columbus stars on tho flag are: William King, will share proportionately in the Grover King, George P. Warren, Bernard Huber, general fund, according to its acJoseph E. Starr, George E. Becker, tivities. Wo are all wofklngv to sustain tho morale, Increase the William E. Murta, Joseph J. Graham Logan. Thomas Peffer, comfort and provide for tho recreasailors, Peter Peffer, John H. 'Ray, Matthew tion of our soldiers and during and tho J. Gambel, John Mooney, Joseph K. the fund collected .'United War orkCampaljBa y;Ul K. Of C. Lo-ssa- n. wfKMKKfESsSm P. Lally, Charles W. .Henneesy, Charles J. James P. Donaghue, Donaghue, Cornelius A. Donaghue, Moran, Thomas Falone, Michael James Moran, Frank G. Luce, John Charles MoKenzie, A. Buckley, Reinhard LaPaille, Walter LaPallle, Herman J. Phllpott, James Bloat, Charles W. Flannery, John R. Cahill, Joseph Cahill, John B. Tully, Carl P. Bernard A. Muench, Schaefer, Eugene E. Mlchot, John A. Glltnane, Robert Giltnane, Thomas R. Edleman, Harry Blan-forLeo iR. Ross, Clifton Howe, Elmer Drant, Philip B. Watson, Richard F. Hollls, William J. Hollls, John E. Masters, Leo R. SInghlser, Georgo SInghlser, Roy J. Huff, Joseph Phllpott, Frank N. Phllpott, John J. Cronln, Laurence French, Henry Legler, H, Stanley Pflanz, Thomas E. Hughes, Wallace Craven, Richard Craven, Thomas Whalen, David Whalen, William O'Brien, Henry Moran. IRISH FLAX CROP. ' d, ST. MIOILVEL'S. life-lon- newly-ordaine- - high-clas- Last Sunday the feast of St. the Archangel, patron of St. Michael's church on Brook street, was both a solemn and festive day for tne people or tnat parish and was celebrated with ' ceremony joyous and Impressive under the direction or tne new pas tor, Rev. Father Keinnarat, wno has already won to mm tne enure congregation. The celebration began with a procession of tho children of the parish school around by solemn the church, followed high mass, at which tho excellent musical choir rendered a special programme. The sermon or tne day was preached by a priest from at tho chaplains training school paid Camp Zachary Taylor, who eloquent tribute to St. Michael and his patriotic followers of the present day. Tho day was a home coming for many old members from all over the city and showed that with them the old church yet holds its place. Michael LHEES THE NAVY. y James J. Gleeson, who is in tho navy and stationed at the Great Lakes training station, was here to participate in the Liberty Loan campaign and visited many friends, who were elated over his fine appearance While In Louisville ho stopped at tho home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Gleeson, 1130 Garvin place. Boforo enlisting In the servlco or his country ne was connected with the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company. proper srmrr. H. D. Dickson, former Secretary of the Y.mM. C. A. at Dayton, Ohio, who spent nine months behind the firing line In France and Belgium, at a dinner meeting of tho Dayton - to-b- Fourth Degree Aseombly pointed to the splendid splHt of which has characterized the efforts Tho astounding calculation has been made by statisticians that this year's Irish flax crop will be worth 160,000,000, and that of this amount $35,000,000 will go direct to the farmers' pockets as clear profit. The Government has purchased the entire crop for the manufacture of linen for aeroplano work at prices ranging from thirty to forty shillings per stone. In time flax was usually sold at from six to ten shillings per Btone, and at that price was reg crop. Tho garded as a highest price recorded for flax previously was during tho American civil war, when it rose to eleven shillings eight pence per stone. Tho growing of flax heretofore was almost exclusively confined to tho Ulster counties, as owing to con tiguity of the great linen industries of Belfast It always found a ready market. This year 4t Is to be found all over the west of Ireland and oven In the rich lands of tho South. As a result of the recommendations of tho Department ot Agriculture tho "amount of land campaign. under flax this year Is about With this end in view, It has double been recommended to the hierarchy 170,000 acres, or about what It was In 1016. that conferences bo held in each of the ecclesiastical provinces, and In fact conventions will bo held on MILL GO OVER THE TOP. tho following dates; Denver, October The good people of St. Ann's 71; Boston and St. Paul. October 8: and Dubuque, October 9; parish have everything In readiness New York n TI1ttti tttrtrt nml Ti for tho monster fall festival to be Y3tt llo ds1 beld In tho hall at Seventh and land, October 10; Baltimore, Octo Daviess on Friday night of next ber ll; Cincinnati, San Francisco October 14; week. A very energetic committee and New Orleans, 15; St. Louis, is working hard to make this one Chicago, October like overy other one held for St. October 16. Ann's church, and it is expected that OATHOLIO FEDERATION. the parishioners will go over .the top In this drive. Next Thursday evening the CathEVENING CLASSES. olic Federation of Louisville and Jefferson county will hold Its regEvening classes for young women ular monthly meeting in the training havo building. President E. J. seeking a business been opened at St Helena's College, Cooney states that whllo as yet no being definite plana havo been formulated, are Fourth street. Classes formed now and special attention there is no question but that the given shorthand and typewriting on Federation will urge every member Mondays, Wednesdays' and Fridays, of its auxiliary organizations to In every way they can while Tuesdays and Thursdays are devoted to English, French and with the United War Work drive Spanish. Classes begin promptly at to be launched the early part of November. 7 and lose at 9 o'clock. pre-war good-payin- The unified drive means' ecboomy and concentration of effort. The men In the United States service will profit more through both these features. Thero will be less expense In raising funds, and there will be increased effort because there will bo seven instead of one organization working." expressed himself Tilr. Mulligan as wholly pleased with the plana for the big drive beginning November 11, and predicted its unqualified success. Mr. Mulligan recently returned from France, where he surveyed the K. of C. overseas activities, traveling 4,000 mlle3 behind the fighting lines in a two months' tour. He knows what is needed, and Is unreserved when expressing appreciation of the of war relief organizations in their efforts to support our fighters. Taking advantago of their presence in Now York on tho occasion' of tho funeral of tho late Cardinal FaTloy, many of the Archbishops and Bishops of tho United Statea called at tho National Catholic War Council's campaign headquarters to confer with Bishop Muldoon, Chairman of the Administrative Commit tee, concerning the plans now under parway to ensure full catholic ticipation in tho United War Work Drive. Many also visited tho headquarters of tho Knights of Columbus, where they were delighted by what they learned of the details ot the great work that is being dbno His In tho camps and overseas. Eminence Cardinal O'Connell, after Inspecting Knights of Columbus headquarters, paid a visit to the staff at the National Catholic War campaign headquarters, Council where arrangements for the holding of tho fourteen conferences, ono In each occleslastlcal province, wore at the moment under discussion. His Eminence showed great interest In the plans, and In the course of a brief address urged the campaign workers to proceed with vigor and assurance, with evory confidence: that tho Catholic church) In America was ready and determined to bear Us full part in the United war work Vi I Inter-Southe- rn A ' tisisrcDXJOK"' October 11 Fall social of St. Ann' 3 church In 'hall, Seventh and SATURDAY. Davies avenue, afternoon and evenPUBLISHED EVERY d Catholics ing. Devoted to the Sodel and Morel Advancement o Irfah Americans 7 October Grand euchre and Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Men's lotto by St. Joseph's church memInstitute and Catholic Knights of America. house. bers, Vernon 16-1- iribh RECENT, DEATHS. .AJ&OBKiexcxaLat?- - Many friends and acquaintances extend sympathy to Capt. Martin and Margaret iMonahan McNally, 3419 Rudd avenue, from whoni the Angel of. Death has taken their Infant son Martin, whose brief life brought sunshine and happiness Into Club at their home. Tho funeral took place Knights' Tuesday morning, the body being 23 Catholic October KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incorporate. Publishers reunion and card and lotto party, tenderly laid to rest in St. Louis cemetery. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c St. Martin's Hall. Entered at the Loulivllle Pottolllce AMtms (II Communications to ths KENTUCKY KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM COMING EVENTS. Second. Clf Matter. 319-32- IRISH AMERICAH, 1 Wit Qreen St, sVshEBhBBBBK LOUISVILLE, KY , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 Many thero aro who mourn the untimely death B. of William d Marking, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Marking, 4001 West Broadway. The funeral took place (Monday morning from Holy Cross church, Rev. Father Broy celebrating the requiem high mates. To tho bereaved parents many friends extend heartfelt sympathy over their great loss. fifteen-year-ol- A PUBLIC SERVANT NOT A CONTRACT BREAKER and the Louisville Gas & Electric Company suffer from tho unjust charge that tho Company has evaded or wishes to evade tho terms of tho gas contract The Company desires to do nothing of the kind. Every element of self interest points in one direction that tho Company's interests can bo served only by following the gas contract in letter and in spirit to the best of out' ability. At a time when nearly everything required for human existence and comfort is both scarce and excessively high in price, the Company is continuing to servo tho public with d gas and electricity despite mounting expenses and difficulties of every description asking only for permission to best meet a gas demand of wholly unexpected proportions. The public suffers from the charge that we wish to evade contract obligations, because suchcharges handicap and delay the working out of plans in substantial public interest to meet emergencies entirely beyond control. Tho gas supply problem for tho coming winter is an emergency caused by tho war. It must bo met with emergency measures on a TEMPORARY, basis. Permanent plans must wait until tho restoration of tho normal conditions of peace. WHAT ARE THE CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS? Wo contend that tho Louisville Gas and Electric Company has more than performed its contract obligations, and is doing so at present. Our application to the uncertain natural gas supply with manufactured gas is strictly in accord with the terms of tho contract. Tho gas contract requires us to make this application under tho circumstances which exist. Let us consider tho matter in substance with no reference whatever to legal technicalities. The legal questions involved have not yet been finally decided by the courts. The gas franchise, or contract, required tho building of a pipe line of cubic feet daily capacity to the most available source of supply of natural gas in tho "West Virginia gas field. The Company built a pipe line 20 cent cent, larger in capacity than tho contract called for, contracted for tho largest and most dependable supply of gas available, and served the city of Louisville in a manner beyond criticism for nearly three years. Store than 12,000,000 cubic feet of gas per day was supplied on many occasions. As a result of the war, conditions changed so that thero was a shortage of natural gas in West Virginia on one hand and a greatly increased demand for natural gas in Louisville on tho other hand. The contract provided exactly what should bo done in the event of a natural gas shortage. Tho contract requires first, that the Company should mako all reasonable efforts to maintain tho supply of gas from the WEST VIRGINIA FIELD, and second, that in case such reasonable effort did not maintain tho supply, that the Company apply to the City for permission to supply manufactured gas or mixed gas and for a schedule of rates to compensate for tho cost of tho service. The Company made every reasonable effort as wo have shown at length in previous statements, to obtain an adequate supply of gas from the West Virginia field. COMPANY'S REQUEST REJECTED BY CITY IN 1917. Apprehensive that the shortage of gas in West Virginia and tho vastly and suddenly increased demand f6r gad in Louisville would overtax tho facilities of supply, the Company, in July, 1917, applied to the City of Louisville for permission to use its gas manufacturing plants. '. The city did not investigate the situation in the manner provided by tho contract. It rejected the application of the Company most emphatically, serving notice in tho most positive maimer that it would not consent to placing the gas manufacturing plants in service. The most severe winter in a generation followed, and a fuel famine occuiTed in.' ALL cities of the country using coal and natural t gas. The Company was not allowed to use its gas manufacturing plants to relievo the situation in Louisville. The coal for gas making it had provided in advance was turned over to the city for distribution to citizens at cost. The Company has continued to do everything possible to increase the supply of gas for next winter from West Virginia. It has also investigated and negotiated for additional supplies of gas from) EASTERN KENTUCKY from newly developed fields whoso extent and dependability can bo demonstrated only by actual experience. Facing an estimated cold weather demand for gas in Louisville of 25,000,-00- 0 to 30,000,000 cubic feet a day; equipped with a pipe lino capacity of 14,400,000 cubic feet (at 350 pounds pressure) and unablo to determine how much natural gas can bo obtained at tho source, the Company, in July, 1918, renewed its request to the City for permission to employ the gas manufacturing plants. This request to put the gas manufacturing plants to work, like the request in 1917, was made in the manner and form provided by the gas contract. Shortage in West Virginia Not Contradicted by City's Expert. This time the City employed a representative to investigate the gas supply situation. The representative made a report in which ho did not effectively, dispute a shortage of gas in West Virginia. He recommended trying out new and partially developed fields in EASTERN KENTUCKY. The Company is making every reasonable effort to obtain gas from the sources recommended by tho City's investigator and believes it will bo successful. It is proceeding on the assumption tliat this gas will be acceptable to tho City, although the contract requires gas from the West Virginia field. It is not probable that tho necessary pipo line from tho Kentucky fields to the main pipo line, and other equipment, can be obtained and completed before the middle of winter. Assuming that the supply of natural gas from all sources may be sufficient during the coming winter to supply 12,000,000 cubio feet or 14,400,000 cubic feet a day to Louisville, tho supply of gas will still be far short of tho unrestricted, estimated demand of 25,000,000 to 30,000,000 cubic feet a day. In other words the problem can not be solved by furnishing 12,000,000 feet of gas a day to Louisville. Company Trying to Do More Than Contract Calls For. Instead of tho Company trying to evade its contract obligations it is striving in every possible way to DO MORE THAN REQUEUED BY THE CONTRACT. The Company's plan for providing tho best possible servico to the largest number of people is based on an earnest desire to porform its work as efficiently as possible in the face of tho extraordinary difficulties caused by tho war. As we have pointed out the changes suggested in the rate schedule are not for tho purpose of making money, but to servo two objects: (1) to limit tho heavy consumption of gas by largo heating consumers, and (2) towards meeting tho cost of operating tho gas manufacturing plants. These propositions aro open to tho most thorough verifications from any responsible source. THE GREATEST GOOD TO THE LARGEST NUMBER. The plan which wo havo proposed is the least drastic which can bo formulated. It is calculated to accomplish the utmost benefit for the citizens of Louisville at the minimum expense. The methods which we have proposed are intended as a temporary remedy to meet an emergency, or war-tim- e situation, of great importance to tho public. They are not intended to replace constructive and more permanent arrangements which it may bo possible to mako when normal conditions are ' restored. There is nothing in the Company's plan which will cause Louisville to lose tho undeniable and admitted benefits of tho gas contract during that part of its unexpired period which remains after tho restoration of peaco. It is of great public importance that our request to do the things which aro necessary to rendor the best possible service to the largest number of people be decided at the earliest possible date. low-price35-cci- OTH the public quick response to tho Liberty loan will accomplish this. Come to the scratch as If you believed this loan were to .be tho last to which you would be asked to subscribe, and you will bo doing your part to make It the last, for If you once convince the Central Powers that cards. Make this loan a tremendous Success that 'is tho least you can do for the organizers of victory our boys over there. TKUE TEST. of the air. In the opinion of army YOUU PAItT. and, wo hope, the officers any material falluro to conThe fourth ,ast Liberty loan campaign has be- tribute this quota to the allied sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsatv 1sbbbw. ISBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflE' gun, and should And a quick re- cause will make tho ending of tho BBBBBBSv BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSBBL" 'SBBBBBB Our Now Is the time to con- war next year problematical. sponse. uBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBSBfli BBBBBBBtt ' JSBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBv vince the enemy that the United work Is cut out for us to do. Wo States Is In the war with both feet must put aside all thought of an and that she Is not to bo turned early peace and bond ourselves to aside from the declared purpose the task before us. And the peace FRANK HARTMAN. either by the whining of weaklings that we win must not be a make- Democratic Nominee For Alderman. compromise that will make or the chicaneries of diplomacy A shift Mrs. Elizabeth Cody, aged fifty and a member of St. Louis Monday church, died Bertrand's evening at her residence, 736 West St. Catherine street, leaving a wide circle of frlendsby whom .she will be missed. Mrs. Cody Is survived by her husband, James Cody, with the L. and N. Railroad Companv, and four daughters, Misses Annie, Mamie and Nell Cody and Mrs. Charles Wendllng. Her funeral Wednesday morning took place from St. church. llfo-lon- g Louls-Berfran- another war Inevitable. After making all the sacrifices that this war has called for we must Insist upon a peace that will mako the world safe for a generation at least. BOOMERANG. SOCIETY. $ after her recent illness of typhoid iMary Wolf has returned from a visit to Mrs. E. O. Lilly at Miss Ireno Kehrer is now out A year ago the menace of tho fever. their cause is hopeless their de- submarine was a real terror. Today Mrs. fence will collapse like a house of we seldom read of the sinking of Tho Knights of Columbus order subscribed to $2,500,000 of tho last issue of treasury certificates of inWIIEN THEY COME HOME. debtedness offered in advance of Miss Margaret Sweeney, of Two lines of duty devolve upon has gone to Washington, the Fourth Liberty loan. those of us who have not gone off where she has accepted a GovernPRIEST TEACHES SAILING. to the wars. One of them is to ment position. More than 125 naval officers and keep the faith with tho soldiers by Miss O'Brien, who Elizabeth Tho was the guest of Miss Agnes Corney, enlisted men of the navy now stasupporting them in conflict. studying tioned In other is to keep home Industries In has returned to her 'home at navigation Washington areUniyersity at Georgetown Ckarlestown, Ind. such condition that tho readjust observatory. Father Archer Is ment will not strip1 the gears of Private Frank Drlscoll, of this teaching them the "science of commerce. We have tried to city and a member of the cavalry, faithful ana constant in our relation is ill with an attack of Influenza at TREAT FOR JIEMBERS. to tho men overseas. It is time for Leon Springs, Texas. us to give thought to home affairs. Hon. J. Tandy Ellis and his banjo A number of her friends pleasIt will bo poor timo for excuses antly surprised Miss Mary Logue at will be the feature at the meeting when the soldiers Teturn and ask her home 1943 Culbertson avenue. of the local Knights of Columbus rext Wednesday evening and the New after our stewardship. They were day, Albany, in honor of hor birth- Entertainment Committee promises j - maBythings to rfK a pleasing programme. cupelled Iftleavous. Let us not say:,, 'il lild. my A. J. Kelly, a former resident, REQUEST FOR PRIESTS. "but rather greet has returned after spending two talent In them with a consciousness that we years in Michigan and Ohio and There are now more than 750 havo made their home land more Will make his homo in priests under . the jurisdiction of Army Bishop Hayes. beautiful, more alluring and more The Bishop, as Chaplain productive. Louis and Morris Duane asked for 2,500General, has been Messis. clergymen left Monday for St. Mary's Kas., WHY NOT? where they will spend tho winter and take the military training RELIGIOUS ORDERS. propose to bring out course. The women a candidate for a place on tho Board The Cistercians wear white to Louisville people seeing New glorify the (Blessed Virgin's purity, of Education, which prompts the York the past week were question why not throw down the Mrs. Matt Corcoran. E. J. Mr. and the Servltes black In honor of her O'Brien, sorrows. The Dominicans spread bars and let anyone, malo or female, V. Sweeney and Miss W. E. Well- - the devotion of the Rosarv. aria become a candidate. Tho past sev- bourne. the Franciscans Imitate her humil ity. Ana so on to all ihe rellirfous eral years it has been the local Miss Bernlce Burke, of Terre orders. policy to allow a select few names Haute, was last week tho honor the school board candidates, giving guest at an entertainment given by ALPHONSO DE NAVARRO. the people at large no choice in Mrs. Dan Yager at her home In The National Catholic War Countheir selection. The rows and Crestwood. cil of the United States has apwrangles over principals could be Mr. and Mrs. John A. Murphy pointed as its Special Commissioner no worse If the people selected the nnounce the engagement of their In Europe Alfonso SAFE PEACE ONLY. board. daughter. Miss Mary Agnes Murphy. brother of Antonio de de Navarro, Navarro, the to Thomas A. Madden, of Nashvillo, latter being the husband Interest in the 'great war lias Tenn. The wedding is to take place Anderson. Commissioner of MaryPOOR ARGUMENT. do Nashifted from the western front to October 14. vaiu arnrea in jngianu some The. Junior Order and kindred Macedonia and Palestine, where the weeks ago. Mr. Walter allied forces have made considerable A. P. A. societies fought for the Boylan and Mrs. George announce the engagement of IRELAND AS CARDINAL. progress. The Turks In Palestine Insertion of tho literary test in the their daughter, Miss Grace Kathryn have been badly routed and more Immigration bill, which would not Boylan, to Harry Hone Landes. An official 'announcement was than 40,000 prisoners 'have been bar disturbers like Lenlno and First Lieutenant. 814th Pioneer In- made at the Vatican that after tho fantry, of Fort Wayne, who Is now death of Cardinal Farley, of New taken there. In Macedonia the Trotzky. What a weak argument. stationed nt Camp Zachary Taylor. York, Pope Benedict had decided to Allies are pressing northwaTd after create Archbishop Ireland, of St. October 12 is not only Columbus the retreating Bulgar army, and day, but Liberty Loan day, Joseph Ackerman, nephew of Paul, a Cardinal at tho ncrt mn. and Rev. reports indicate that this is shortly we hope It sistory. The death of the ArchFather will be celebrated in a Sunday fo- - St. Ackerman, left last bishop, however, intervened lmfnro Melnrad's. where he to become again one of the more way that will send a shudder will study for the prletshood. His action couia ne taken. Important theaters of war. The through the heart of tho enemy father is engaged in the trench ma recent movement of the Allies In Take that kink out of your LECTURES IN GRAYSON. terial business in Chicago. Young Ackerman has been pursuing his that quarter will probably resu't good people. Rev. Joseph pi Welsh, who i3 studies for two years at St. In the withdrawal of considerable Theresa's school in Meade county. well known throughout this dioforces from France In the endeavor cese, will tomorrow begin a aeries What became of tho evidence to stem the allied advance. Joseph Boyd of lectures for Catholics and non- Mr. and Mrs. German that O'Brien, who have been in New wauioncs at St. Anthony's church It seems to be clear enough now conspiracy? Truly times must rk on their wedding trip, have at Peonla, Grayson countv. flint win that Gen. Foch intends to give the changed when the British aut been spending days in October essay no opportunity to rest or ties to save their face can not Washington, fromseveral they will continueIs until able and 13. Father Welsh an where convincing recuperate from his recent reverses. scare up a Corydon or two. speaker and doubtless many will return and be with Mrs. O'Brien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W, hear him. Strlkisg at different places sucKremer, at their home on Cherokee cessively, he will continue to FOR THE nUN. parkway. LHJERTY A BUSINESS. harass the 'foe until winter compels Mrs. Beauchamp, of Lexington, Is it necessary to prove to you a cessation of major operations. The ARRIVED SAFELY. Suffragette and Prohibitionist, is that you should pay rent or mako Allies have now the superiority in credited In the daily press with received by Mr. and payments on the house you are ' numbers, and that superiority is following effusion, delivered at the Mrs.otters Moriarty, D. St. building? 543 West dally growing more pronounced as convention this week: Do you require nroof of tho Catherine street, bring news of the the Americans continue to pour Englan d, saife arrival overseas of their son, necessity for paying your grocery "God is chastising Into France. There will be no lull Franco and the United States for D. J. Morlarty. The young soldier Din reguiany ana raunruuy? Aro you resolved that a savines over to the national Bins. For years there left Louisville and crossed In this movement of troops account Is not an Important part division. has been (flowing into the treasuries with the Eighty-fourt- h Europe until tho final victory is of our life scheme? nioney', jglven by poli d Do you deny that money invested won, V FORTY HOURS. or wnicn every man is ticians, in life insurance Is money wisely In this connection we note that guilty, from those of the MagisFor the coming week the Forty laid by?to official Washington regards the terial districts to the one who Bits No! all of them. Nol be Hours' inspiration of false hopes of a sud- at the head of tho 'White House." two of Adoration is announced for cause you are prudent and far see our local churches, St. ing. This does not sound well from But your home and your den or eres a speedy ending of the an American woman. (Many have Francis' and The food and your St. George's. your Inwar as most dangerous propaganda. been arrested for expressions that services wljl open with high mass surance are all Savings and upon tho dependant Talk of defeating Germany this gave much less encouragement to tomorrow morning and continue nation's security., H tho nation until Tuesday. At each church-ther- falls, so falls your economy, year Is simply puerile. To defeat our enemies. will be special sermons and In A Liberty bond Is your Powers next year is ths Central the pastors will be assisted by the national security. Likeshare it R03IE FEELS LOSS. rent priests from other churches. tfte Mm of the Allies and the obInsures free and comfortable When the sad news reached ject of all preparations. The great a home; like food it provides Rome. Cardinal Gasparri, the Papal UNIFORM HONORED. healthy body politic; like a savings prerequisite of victory in 1919 la Secretary of State, sent a message against account It is a bulwark the prssenee of at least eighty di- of condolence ou the death of Mrs. John McCormlck, wife of lean troops in Archbishop Ireland to the Rev. the great Irish singer, has pre guardsdays, and like insurance It of American visions posterity. of residence, London Strip the Liberty bond of all Francs by the end of June. This James Byrne, "an St. Paul, regretting sented her of friend. Alton House, to vthe Knights affectionate the death vast army must be fully arjaed and a most distinguished member of the Columbus to be used as a war time sentiment and romance and thrill, if you can be thus thrifty and equlpiw! nd American airplanes by Oatholk hierarchy and a moat' li center auu ciuunuuae lor men practical and yon will find it must be in command , lustrtous citizen oC America." wearing the United States uniform. plain, hard business 'Sense. the thousand Jeffer-sonvill- e, Self-sacrifi- ce In all ages, In all climes and among all peoples the martyr, the patriot and the horo havo won tho admiration of his neighbors. of self and suffering in behalf of others are twin virtues which appeal to the Ideals of all nations. The martyr sacrifices hlm-se- lf for lovo of God; the patriot puts limb and life on tho altar of his country; the hero risks his own safety to rescue his fellow-bein- g from danger or death. Is, in each and every instance, the distinguishing feature, which puts the stamp of nobility upon the act. Tdday our beloved country calls upon her loyal citizens to come to her defense. She calls for sacrifice. Hundreds of thousands of young men are offering themselves to meet the brunt of battle at the front and upon tho high They are making the su9M. preme sacrifice; they are giving themselves. Those of us who must remain at home should measure" up J!.!.' stolon. ..I- .11. la erwise we are traitors to God and country. The present crisis demands sacrifices from the as well as from the soldiers In the field in fodds, the giving up of luxuries and comforts for the purchase of Liberty Loan bonds, War Saving Certificates and Thrift Stamps. Conserve food and use substitutes until the process becomes well nigh unbearable; buy bonds and stamps until you feel the pinch of the absence of cash; and then you will know that you are doing your duty by. your country. Let this be the test of your loyalty. In it you will find the exaltation of tho true pa triot. For-getfuln- ships by submarines. The menace seems to be a thing of the past. The explanation? That Is la GovPerhaps ernment secret as yet. some day we may bo told how the was outmatched. All we know now Is that the German hope of 'forcing an end of the war e through unlimited submarine has gone glimmering. All the Kaiser gained by that move was t'i force the United States into tho war and thus seal his own doom. proved to be a The war-rarat Taylorsville. Mrs. Joseph Price has had as visitors her sisters, Misses Josle and Agnes Boone, of New Haven. Rev. Father D. F. Carroll, nastor and of St. Xavier's church at Falmouth, daughter, MIss Susan, have returned In the Covington diocese, left last from a ten days' visit In New York week for Franco, where he lias been assigned a chaplaincy. City. Mrs. Edward John Ryan visited her sister, Mrs. Margaret Decoursey, In Highland Park, the past week. Mrs. The funeral of James M, Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Russell, 2115 St. "Louis avenue, who died at tho Great Lakes Naval Training Station in the service of his country, took placo Sunday afternoon with Interment in St. Louis cemetery. Besides his parents he is survived by two brothers, Joseph Russell, who is in tho naval service and stationed at &eat Lakes; Louis Russell, who resides In Louisville, and four sisters, Mrs. Ollie Landis, Mrs. Al Lasowskl and Catherine and Marie Russell. Young among the Russell was popular younger set In the West End, and sang for many years In the choir of St. George's church. LEAVES FOR FRANCE. I J. McDermott ant visit with Mrs. John Harlow, has returned to 'her home at Mrs. A. Murphy, after a pleas- TAKE THE LEAD. it 1. V. il. I self-deni- ' purse-string- s, much-advertis- ed blood-staine- e , HALFORD ERICKSON Vice President '-- Louisville Gas and Electric Co. INCORPORATED J I t ifcE&srdbfcjoHrtr irT -- v t war wTiflr-""- ? r- - irish AtabjiOAr. r V s :H f t pQm0ih VLu Pir Hand Him What He Needs He is three thousand miles from home, with the torment of battle before him, and only YOU behind him. He is depending upon you to keep the supplies coming in a steady, unfailing stream. He asks this, and no more. : And what do you ask oibim?? Rather, what dojron dprnniirl nf him? 7T WW' j'jtJr You demand that he push this fight tf . sh to the men who started r that he carry the battle to the Rhine, and then on to Berlin that, though he lose his life in the doing, he push the war to a climax that will J make future wars undesired, even by the military autocrats of germany that he bring back to you, unstained, the flag of the Republic, the flag that first among nations symbolized the dawn of that very liberty for which he is now fighting. Who has the better of the bargain? I AbHl U jfo!, " . If, . '1 W' f t-- -- 'jSOHPW I A ft Ik. m 107 MI vsf : n ', X 5? M Believing that it is the duty o every person who enjoys the irecdom, and privileges of citizenship in our great Country 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 r.f the Fourth Liberty Loan: Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds "Don't let the SON go down" 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 Tra fT?a &s t.3l 'i I li l ' ' k 1 W ''ilkW: 3&C ' out of your daily, weekly or monthly savings. The forced saving you ,do now will mean a nice nest egg later, for W 1 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. Alter the war, the bonds will be worth more than you paid ior them. Don't hesitate to do your duty and do it quickly. GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN .CO. MOORE & STIVERS SWISS CLEANERS T C"? ?YS W W Sg s GO ' ' t r" . " - JAS. CLARK, Jit., ELECTRIC 1 Jl. VERHOEFF & CO. CO. ,,; KRAUSGILL TIANO CO. OAK LEATHER LIFTS INSUR- hirsch v imos. yCO. t TIP TOP BAKING KENTUCKY KAUFMAN-STRAUS ?f. CO. !" TUB AMERICAN CO. COMMONWEALTH ANCE CO. liOmSXTtLLE CO. ' GAS & ELECTRIC &" , & DYERS LEE COOK DOW WIRE & IRON WORKS C. B Clf So? ROCK ASPHALT CO. OAR WHEEL IiOUISVILLE RAILWAY SUPPLY CO. MODEL HAKERY O. I VISSMAN & CO. LAMPTON, CRANE & RAMEY CO. NORMAN LUMBER CO. LOUISVILLE D. H. SWING'S SONS CO. MENGUL BOX CO. STEEL & IKON CO. RESTAURANT1 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB SznSoQwMxB s. HERMAN STRAUS V rOURTM AVCNUC SONS MARKET STREET jberioajnt. i Churchill DownsFa!l Meeting! :E3srxjOK:3r Six Days' Racing xxk Si I tHOMPaweo We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. LOCKHART MILL-EN- D SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY ST. LEGER HANDICAP TODAY FIRST RACE AT 2:15 P. M. ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 4r up Sept. 30-- 0ct. 5. aft4taaaaaaa, i BACON a SON We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. HIBERNIANS. What Thoy Havo Been Doin the Past Week General News Notes. Division 4's new service flag ot twelvo stars now decorates the. hall. Division a met last night with M. LADIES HATS Look and" SALE CONTINUES THROUGH your volour. beaver hats and (have them Late News Members now styles. First-clahave twenty-flv- o work. Your old hat made now for the small price of. felt ss That Will Interest Hero and NEXT WEEK i The most extraordinary price bargains ever offered can be had in every department in this sale, x President John chair. Tho County Riley in the i Women's Shoes You Will Like- rjHE reputation of this house as 6tyle leaders for a great many to the models at- years lends tractive and each season vantage and authority exclusive they ad- bring out, to your profit. There's an unusual degree ot emartness and certain comfort in those shoes that will please you, wo are sure. Prices are consistent with these exceptionally splendid shoes. See Today's Window I &btfm2fo&& ' 41T-.- FOURTH' AVENUE' af3J NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Oor. Fifth and Market Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 Three Per Cent. Interest Paid On Time- - Deposits Xi5fW-iHa,uH.ta- jFjoWPu I itr.iPnLiij 3 James B. Brown President Henry J Angqrmeier..Vice President James J. Hayes .Vice President C. M. S. Hobel .Vice President John S. Akers Cashier Oscar A. Block Asst. Cashier A. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashier entered. The Jail racing meeting at Churchill Downs nas Deen mucn enjoyed and Messrs. Winn, Gralngor, Applegato and their JiSsnrlntna nTi wall ho proua or the attendance and, Interest shown by the Louisville public. This, too, despite the efforts of a few grannies to stop tho fall races, for phlnh thorn mrna nn mnl logic, and the daily increasing attendance was a black eye to the fanatics who want a return of the Puritan or witchcraft days. The bluffing tactics of the local administration also finrvod in linlnrn the opening days, and the cold feet timidity of the daily paper owners wan a dntrlmnnt in tha onnrf Tint all In all the race track people de- servo credit for the backbone In not hnlnfr .fnt'TYlldnf! find tViair McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn tho degrees. nivlolnn K Mowers and Rakes. Candidates from all the councils ot Columbus, Ohio, gave a Bmdker A full line of repairs. In Hamilton countv vrill no iniHntn, and farewell reception for mem- of Archbishop Ders wno are leaving for the serv- Bardstown Road Garage. at tho homeOctober 4 and 6. Elder uouncii on ice of their country. Now Orleans Knighta are preMrs. D. J.. Dougherty, tho President, and the other officers of tho sltated the closing of the prosper paring to celebrate Columbus day Ladies' Auxiliary are looking for a ous uatnoiic school thero, and the with a grand field mass at Camp large and enthusiastic gathering at Ursullne Sisters have returned to Nicholls. Bishop Gunn will preach their the Hibernian Home on Sunday County.homo at St. JoseDh. Davipsa tho sermon. Archbishop Elder Council, CinIt In Tint nnlllralv flint hn afternoon, October 20. Miss Margaret Hourlgan is gath- school building will bo taken over cinnati, at St. Xavier's church last ering an interesting history of the tor uatnoiic war work activities. tsunaay offered up holy communion for its 156 members serving thoir worn Doing aone oy our Ladies' country. This will be done nvorv MOURNED BY FRIENDS. Auxiliary during the war. An v three months during the war. members are urged to report what The death of Michael Burke has been done and assist 'her. early Saturday morning at--tFRIENDS ARE INVITED. On Sunday afternoon, October aomo of Theo. "P. McCrory. 3430 20. the Ladles' Aiixlllarv will hnvn "NoTt WArlnnBnv qftaminAn m..! Rudd avenue, though not entirely a delightful time at tho Hibernian unexpected, caused a feeling of re- - evening tho Ladles' Sewing Society Home, Eighteenth and Portland ot at. Antnonys Hospital will give avenue. Committees are arranging t ineir aiways aengntrui fall enterfor a erand initiation nf nw mom. tainment in the hospital auditorium, bers, the first to be held this year. Barrett avenue and St. Anthony Division 67 of Newark. 1ST. T Place. Friends of the hospital Has a membership of 300 and a look forward to this uttair mit treasury of over $3,000. This dikeen anticipation; for they realize vision has placed a beautiful $800 that on these occaslnnn ihnv moot window In St. Columba's churcn all of their old friends, who always and erected a flag at tho Catholic feel at home with the good Sisters Orphans' Home that cost $300. of the hospital. Preparations have v'ji("v This division hnn ont tTilrtv-f- li been made, for tho young and old men into the military service. to have a good timo, and the ladies will , see that no one Is neglected. END OF FALL RACES. hiSBBBSlmKtlW The ladies Will servo rp.frpnhmanta .HKS " ' saW and Elven indoorn thn wonthnr nn-ThO tall THPOtinir nf tha Man. m& ,s- dB&iiBBSBsF not Interfere.- - Games will begin at Louisville Jockey Club will end to- and 8:30 o'clock. aay, me ieature race being the St. .n. isssTX'fej"' 3K AT""NOTRE "iCEtfE: best horsea in the country Board met Monday evening at Bertrand Hall and transacted routine business. The Ladies' Auxiliary everywhere has been active In dnlnrr war wnrir and also have succeeded in gre"atly mureusing me memDersnip. Members in Indianapolis are the anialtrnmatlnn nf thn eight divisions in the Hoosier capi tal into one compact body. County Financial Secretary James J. McTlghe is acting as Recording Secretary in the absence of "Dan O'Keofe, who is In the army servdls-cusi- JOHN M. SCHMITT and Rubber Tiring. The council at Yoakum, Texas, has 340 members. A now council will soon bo instituted at Wilson, Kas. City Omaha Council had read at its last meotinc 114 nniVUMtinna rn 713 West Jefferson, North Side. tho initiation on October 20. Five hundred Knights High. 375 me irtDerty Lroan parademarched In East 903 PHONES last Sun day afternoon at Dayton, Ohio. October 12. tho iiv on roTii.v. uoiumDus oiscovered America, Is a legal holiday in twenty-seve- n States. It is XDOCtod that thrf nines nv 2228 Bardstown Road tho fourth degree initiation at Sioux uuy on jctooer 13 will reach nearly Wagon Blacksmith Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Curled. fcX.2?5 Fails Straw Works Builder 300. A Season of Coats f and these practical garments are shown in every style ice. Kas.. had a very successful iniHn- Uon. Forty-tWCandldflina ronnlvnrl O St. Joseph'a Council at Hays, Last Sundnv nvonlni $18.98 to $100 Tho importance of coats, from, tho standpoint of both stylo and usefulness, is such that wo might well make a special uujmiuuBui ui. mum. Aim stocks oi wiiitor coats arc rar and away tho most varied that wo havo over offered. In silhouette coats aro long and narrow, with, a surprisingly largo and clever variation of tho collar design. Some very fashionable coats aro arranirfid ar. fhnt. Funo muii be used at all tho collar affording ample protection at the -- f f blin-tt- b 4UIU I1UUK. t he Tho fabrics show quito a wide range for example, velour, Bolivia, suede plush, choviot, pomwm, duvetyn, polo cloth, Burella, matt-lamand a fow others. CSolora follow very closely tho leadership of suits, but includo several of the brighter hues, such as Pekin blue and tho lighter greens and brownish casts. A Very Excellent Value is found in a specially selected lot of Coats that wc are offering at . ., S29.98 b JI fnfmimtmtmmtmS Hr -- aH -t z'u """ s. HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE deserve special montion for their generous contributions to the Red Cross and Liberty bonds. AVOULD SAVE YOUR BONDS. nlan High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal S6.65 PER TON. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. f I ! he was hit bv a street car. his head being badly bruised. Ho was given Tho Rev. Father Xavler Sutton, first aid and then removed td his C. P., who is in temporary charge !he is resting as well nf tho HhllTvh nf thn .Annnnnlnt'nn home, where NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON as could be expected. at Shelbyvlllo, will give a course LOUISVir,X,E nf froo .w.. KENTUCKY lorturna thorn ...,. wonlr ..... nort ,, WW.., -Save With .the sltrnnhirn nrwl nnn. GRAND CARD rARTY. Degmning Sunday night and consent of the owner. The Interest Is LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. tinuing until October 13. Father mailed bv tho Trnnsiirv T1qto. Sutton is an able pulpit orator and ment on maturity days, so that the holders havm not twon thn nm',i. nf whlnh T?fiv T?nfTior Pnhllrflmn In his lectures aro always of groat pastor, extend a cordial invitation interest. of clipping and banking coupons. to the public to attend a grand OFFER ASroULANCE TRUCK. euchre and lotto at the Vernon 2, -2 Lbs. For 65c QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. Club house, 1575, Story avenue, on A (FrEB THAT IS JCNOWS TOK ITS PIHH OTTP Tho OMo Sfntn Cmmil nf h The regular meeting of tho Wednesday night and Thursday QUAxrrr. Queen's Daughters was held yes- afternoon and night, October 16 and Catholic Knights of America thn office tn nffnr in thn terday afternoon at Knights of 17. Thero will bo many handsome door prize. National Catholic War Council a Columbus Hall, tho proceedings be- - awards and a coupon IntT VPrv Intoroatlnn8:15 hospital ambulance truck to bo Tiinnflnr ho Games will beHn at 3 and Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. used in the service of our country. Board of Directors met at the home o'clock. Direct to Consumer. Tho Stat convention was held In of SIS W. MAJMGBT ST. Hundreds are joining ur War Savines Club. One dollar's phy.the InPresident, Mrs. "J, C. MurXT. Cincinnati, and pledged President order not to BISHOP ISSUES APPEAL. Return this advertisement with remittance nd we worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new saving's anv iwav iwlfh wnr nrnrlr Interfere in Wilson the unlimited Hiinnnrt nf thn It linn tionn K. I. A. win ouip wonee or parcel Post, all charg"e prepaid. deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. decided not to have tho Christmas Tho 'Rlfrht Pmr. T .T Tinnnhtin. Order, and also vnlrod nnnrniral nf Shoppo this year, and each member Bishop or Wheeling on Friday his conduct of the war. Is urged to give her contribution to issued a general appeal to tha coal ROSARY PROCESSION. tho sor.lotir iHrnrt InatnnH nt tha miners or TVest Virginia and other I the shoppo. P. BAH OK. JR.. Vice Prti. Md Treu. M. 1. BA.HNQN, PrmldMt and MaNr, States to IncroaHO thn nrndnnMnn nf Special devotions in honor ot coal, declaring tho fate of the world tho Blessed Virgin is aetuallv at talrn. ""Rvorv "wrrn louisville unit. ir St. Louis Bertrand's will be beld at Where the koffle Where work Is qulcM? church tomor"-you load helps to hasten tho death brightest; doae; rnw n.ftornnnn nrn. Miss Clara Callahan, dane-htnlTralHorlBm.' of nf knell sun thn Session of thn nnd n rnnnrv tnlrn TPhere the work o.hUdron tv'11 Where cooking trrmt Mr. and Mrs. Pat Callahan, 1129 iBishop in his appeal, which was lightest; place at 3:30 o'clock. real tun; S Logan street, has arrived "over received hy the Fuel Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Mnkero there." Jiennrdlnp tn a ar.1no-rethe msal PBSJ"B3Ettsl Rmihi I Kr Whore baking gives laaaea's Pateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, CARDINAL IiOGUE. ooked best; received by her parents Saturday. N Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, Miss Callahan is a member of Dr. OATnOLTO AND ADHRAL. Where drudge Is oat of MIchaol Cardinal Logue, Roman Where the range stands BrlcQ Irvin Ab ell's unit. the test Fire PreeflBg FUe Liala, Fire sight Catholic Primate of All Ireland and The nreeant Admiral of thn Kn?. one of the greatest prelates now Grate aad Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Chimaey Tops. That's where the That's . where the CLOSES SCHOOL. llsh fleet is Lord Walter Kerrt who llvlnar. celebrated hla hlrthdav Titos- 'Qsick Meal" eosaes "nlclc Meal" OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ha. is so distinguished a Catholic that day, receiving messages of conla. Owing to the vast amount of he was ohoea unanimously to suc- gratulation from parts of tho Qalsk Meal Gas Bawlea Sold, Xaatalled aadHishlyRecomraaadetl CUMB. MAIN S07, PHONES CITY land taken over hv f!imi TTnn-- ceed the late Duke or Norfolk as vcnrM, ifTfltvllnfll all Tnptin nrao Tinni many families have been oom- - head of the most effective Catholic at nnrrlM.rt. Trolarld. savontv-MstVORKS Tkirteeatk aad BrekiHrids0 aad Miatk and Maiali. 215 n11cul tn tn(iT frrim that bodies awBV years aeo. and desnlte his aire Is anions: neighborhood, and thin hM necee- - Catholics. . f W. MARKET ST. still active. iaattaa)aaa?j Liberty Insurance Bank f TEMPORARY QUARTERS H In recent weeks there has been a heavy movement to convert coupon bonds into registered bonds. This course is encouraged and advised by Government officials at Washington, the registration feature Involving numerous valuable advantages of safey and facility. For holdors who havo purchased to get an income from thnlr 'nroofmoiit and hold indefinitely reelstered bonds aro undoubtedlv thn nrnnor form Of securltv. Tho nnoloaf safest way for tho purchaser to register his bonds is to take them to his banker, whn will them to the Peder.il Tlcsnrva TJnTilr for registration. With tho registered bonds all risk and possibility of loss by theft is obviated. This class of bonds ds not negotiable fnt-nrm- vi Louisville boys, all of jwhoin are former students of St. "Xavior'n rni. lege, beiug enrolled. Brother President nf St. Ynvlor'n who honored the university with a very short visit last week, is the rinciDai reason lor tho cront. in. iroase of the numbor of Doys as university stndontn. Thn LiOUlSVllIO ,bovs aro Manrip.o. Phllln and "William IDant, Frank Bloemer, Philip Campbell, James and Edward jonn jjugan, Edward iucurain, Pfelffor, Cornelius Gerst, Charles Harry Angermler, Edward O'Connor, William Eckorlo. John Schaefer, Brennan Mullaney. Other Doys irom Kentucky aro Herbert WALKING HEALTH ADS. Bcneatrner, or Henderson; Ben Spalding, of Springfield; Zachaty Leo P. llelllv nnd Wlllinm Nusz, of Cecilia; J. Siramot Meyers, P Kelly, of St. Louis Bertrand's par- of Paducah, and Leonard Bahan, of ish, wore home this week on a fur- - wincuesior. lniltrh trnlm tho flront T.nlroa on. campment, both being members of DEATH AT PARIS. Uncle Sam's navy. Roth aro in splendid health and living tributes Edward Hlcclns. flftv-tw- n vauw to the good faro and treatment ot old, son of Timothy HIgglns, of tho boys now with tho colors. May Paris, and well known in thn piiio. their shadow never grow less is grass section, died Monday In a the wish of their frlonds. nospitai at iLexlngton. followlnc an illness Of lone dllr.lt Inn TlnoMoo his father he ds survived by two TH03IAS OLEARTf nURT., sisters, Mrs. M. Flanigan and Mrs. Thomas S. Cleary, of 1617 Bank Roger Lavln, and ono brother, street, a well known resident of wuiiam a. JHiggms, all or Paris. tho "Wftnt Ti'Tirl nnrl fnr tnnnv vAnra The remains were taken to bis home ft mnmhw nf tho Anrlont Ordor nf and the funeral held from the Hibernians, suffered severe injuries Church of tho Annunciation. ana walnut. Monday at seventh Bon-iamls Gi-lfll- grot among Nhis ivlde ilrclo ot (riends ard cefsaintances flirough-ou- t tho city andStato, Deceased was sixty years old and hadpng oeen a respected resident of Lou-iviiie. it or years no nad been at active l'Icure in Domnrratin nnlltinn circles and represented his party with credit and ablljty for two ierins m me jventucicy legislature. He was also Deputy County Indexer until be became 111. Surviving him Is one sister, Mrs. John 'Bean, of Kansas City. Tho funeral was hold Monday morning, when his frlonds and associates paid their last tribute and assisted at tho high re quiem mass at St. Patrick's church ioire iame tnis Louisville, fs well represented year, seventeen at n. To Be Sure Of I Your Clothes Only after a suit has been put t actual wear can the unpracticed eye determine whether the fabric is and whether the tailoring is honestly done. all-wool But if the garment bears a Kirsch-baulabel to begin with, you know for certain that you are not buying a suit that contains part cotton or careless workmanship. m Nepo Fall and Winter Styles and Weaves in Readiness. $25, $30, $35, $40 Cunning, Lewis & XK7hUo lnvlTii irrnTilto tinv'nn hTnTra SHELBYVTLLE. Brotzge CLOTHING SPECIALISTS -- Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- - ! Where the Quick Meal Comes In da-lig- P. BANNON PIPE CO. v S573-178- ht mt t ISnellfth-sneakln- tr J' QEHER & SON,