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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918. WE DO FIRST CLASS WORK PRINTING Giro This Office Your 1 Next Order. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Keystoners. the from Wouldn't that make you laugh? Tho Idea of anyone getting away from the ' Keystoners, who couldn't track an elephant In the snow, and none of whom will ever catch the Influenza. Pretty smart in the Keystone 'heads telling the victims to keep it mum so they won't all Another favorite clamor together. trick of the "efficiency" administration Is to minimize the robbery and treat it lightly If it becomes public. C, E. Stringe, of Jefferson-rillwas knocked In the head and robbed of 57 at Sixth and Main. The Keystone bureau reports It as a $7 robbery and speaks of Sixth and Main as a country road. Wednesday night thieves blew a Bafo on Broadway below Third, another retired spot, and the "efficiency" bureau reports that the thieves didn't get all the money in the house. Just for that "sassy" remark it is believed tho thieves (rill come back and get the rest. Realizing that the Keystoners weren't catching any burglars Chief Petty sends them out now to catch epltters, knowing that his country boys aro familiar with spltters from past experience sitting around the backwoods country store and spitting through the cracks In the floor or through the slightly opened door It is a little easier of tho stove. lo catch Spltters than burglars, so Col. Petty's office will Boon issue a report of the large number of awajt1 e, antl-splttt- Ho was tho friend of labor and yet could speak for tho rights of capital; he was a defender of the negro race, great and life-loof temperance, and It is hard to name any avenue of human activity that his voice was, not raised Nnroo Will Bo Linked With Man- to better and direct in tho right Delusion That Catholic Church Is channel. His name will live long tho Enemy of Popular nlng, Newman, Hughes, and his character may well be Education. summed up In the pleasant remark England. he onco made, when ono of his good friends intimated that he was perhaps a bit too aggressive on a certain subject. "But, you must reArchbishop Was Friend of Labor member I am the Bishop of St. Paul, Writer In the Iconoclast Refutes Charge Mndo by Her and you know he was always agnnd Defender of Negro gressive." Rest to him hero, Enemies. Race. orator, friend of humanity, lover of liberty,-- Catholic patriot and great Catholic Bishop his name is linked with tho heroes of America and the Spends Millions Yearly to MainMiisterful Mind omf' Interested In warriors of the church. tain Catholic Parochial All the- World Holds' CHAPLAIN TRAINING SCHOOL. ' Schools. Best. (fifteen Catholic chap-tai- n There are candidates attending the sixth session of the training school for STORY OP HIS DARIiY DAYS. chaplains and approved chaplain CHALLENGE BIGOTED ORATORS. candidates at Camp Zachary Taylor. They are Rev. Fathers Patrick J. Behan, Dubuque; William J. Boyle, Thomas J. Calmus, orators and editors A heroic figure passed from tho, Philadelphia; New spend stage of life when tho great ec- Providence; Joseph A. Kerwln,York; ergies, imost of their time and enYork; Laughton, New says C. A. WIndle, In clesiastic, Archbishop John. Ireland, ThomasJohn McKltchln, Providence; J. Brann's be burled after directing that he of Calvary John T. McLaughlin, Providence; that theIconoclast, trying to prove Catholic church is opunder tho green sod Moorman, cemetery Among his people, gave; George J. F. Mullally. Fort Wayne; posed to education for tho masses. William St. Louis; Ho then proceeds to refute the his soul into the hands of his Mas- Daniel P. O'Donnell. Detroit; ter, "whom ho had served so well. George W. Pax, C. P. P. S., Cleve- charge in the following manner: absurd fallacy finds its Ho will be numbered among tho land; Francis P. Quinn, Philadel- In This erroneous understanding base an of great churchmen of our time, with phia; John D. Sullivan, Springfield, tho Catholic attitudo toward the Dupanloup, Newman, Manning, Mass.; James P. Towey, C. S. P., public school system. The church Lavlgerio and Hughes and England. San George T. Zentgraff, does not object to this system John England, John Hughes and New Francisco; York. It Is opposed to popular eduare names tnai win John Ireland contingent, This is a rather but be forever linked with the progress duo perchance to small"flu." The cation,should It helieves that the the have a religious eduof the church In this land great course will- - conclude on November child In their labors for the church and 7. For the first time Christlah cation, which tho public school can proof eminent in their Influence la em- Science is represented In the stu- not give. As a pay of their sintheir taxes to phasizing in the mlndB of tho Ameri- dent body, having two "readers." cerity Catholics can people the indisputable fact that There are in the class five Jewish the State for the purpose of supporting public schools in which Catholicity does but glorify and rabbis and six colored ministers. Protestant children are educated, Each of sanctify true patriotism. and levy a special school tax them born under another flag and HONOR GREAT EVENT. against themselves In order to give yet. no greater trio of patriots can their own children what they conAmerica name, writes the Gleaner Discovery day will be celebrated sider proper religious training. ArchIn the Catholic Columbian. by the Knights of Columhus on Sun- Criticism of our public school sysbishop Ireland was a rugged char- day. October 13, and every effort tem or any other American Instituacter, of masterful mind and was 'Is being made to comemmorate tho interested in all that the world holds day with all the ceremony that clr- - tion Is not incompatible with patriotism. Freedom of speech and social 'cumstances literature, best science, will permit. This day press gives welfare, humanity and liberty. He lis ono of deepest significance to to express all citizens the right their candid opinion on a great orator Vio Vrilfriri nt fnlttTYllllia nf Hlla was and his work In this lino tho public time, for it is set apart to do honor Buch, matters. Criticism is not to be feared. It tends to correct deTho story will not soon forget. years ago was quite common In the to a great event "as well as to pay fects and Improve standards of exof heroic cellence. tribute to a character lumber regions of Minnesota that mould. It was this same fearPaTochlal schools cost American a Yankee, working out there, said less discover offromnew world that a per annum. $40,000,000 occasion, "Boy, if you want on one organization took Its Catholics those schools Protestants But to hear a fellow sling English to the remarkable especially wouldfor paying more taxes, and It name be beat tho band just go down, to tho during and became known for their these critical days and listen to noble work under the name of would cost juanv additional millions Papist meeting-hous- e to provide buildings for tho pupils Romanist Par-that lantern-jawe- d - sesrelaBthateac&gs Ijlhls. Knlehts of Columbus War Actlvl- - now attendingreligious schools. In- 'nightshirt'." This wasTntheTearly love and admiration for the Italian days of his priesthood and his fame people, tho Taco from whenco came Protestants should feel a sense ol did but Increase with the years this fearless navigator the Genoese gratitude for tho relief from higher taxes. If their enemies could show until In both the French and Engglorious people to and lish language his oratory was whom tho same sending our heorlc that parochial schools do not eduwe are cate, do not prepare the future can forget how superb. Who in dramatically ho translated for the men in khaki to aid the Italians so citizen for his station In life, their their conquest of the oppressor great audience the Papal Delegate's that liberty, justice and humanity protest would be reasonable. But In view of the fact that pupils of words at tho Catholic Congress In may rule. both systems must meet each other Chicago, and what storms of apIn competition for honors In every plause It brought forth when ho exFEAST OF ST. FRANCIS. field or endeavor, reveals the utter forward, American claimed, "Go absurdity of tho A. P. A. contenCatholics, in ono hand bearing the The feast of St. Francis or Asslsl tion. Each system needs the other. hook of Christian truth the Bible was celebrated with Impressive Competition is good if or both and and In tho other tho constitution at eduof the United States" thus blend- solemnity and beautiful services Friday morn- tends to raise the standard of and public ing Catholicity and patriotism as St. Boniraco chnrch. was a special cation and make ing at 7:30 theTe parochial schools far better than ovidonced in his own life. Never high mass and sermon for mem- either would bo without the. other. did he appear to better advantage bers of tho Third Order of ' St. No Catholic would handicap his than when he delivered his great Frands, the services at 9 o'clock child by giving it an inferior eduoration in Chicago. being conducted by the Dominican cation, and neither would a ProtIt was in 1895, he was then at Fathers of St. Louis Bertrand estant. the very zenith of his. power to estabyears of age and his name a church, in accordance with the traThe State Is friendship between the lish any church forbidden or interfere with household word in every nation. Tho ditions and and their founders. In orders the relilgous rights of tho indiday was February 22. Washington's two evening at 7:30 there was tho vidual. The constitution 'bars rebirthday, and the place Chicago's the Auditorium, and the Union League Way of the Cross and Benediction ligious instruction in public schools. Immepublic and parochial schools Club through its spokesman, Presi- of the Blessed Sacrament. tho Both far short of perfection, but diately berore "benediction fall dent Hamilton, introduced him with fathers and clerics of St. Boniface their graduates never find tho inthese words, "Archbishop Ireland Monastery chanted the "Transitus" tho embodiment of the moral and In commemoration of the death of struction they receive a handicap in political principles for which Georgo the battle of life. Fighting side by Sunday arternoon Washington fought and lived. Need- St. Francis. vespers an English after side they attain tho highest honors ser. in theology, politics, literature, coming no introduction to tho American the solemnpreached of Archbishop Ireland will mon was Order, for members fol merce, art and Bclence. people, which was John D. Rockefeller is a pronow address you." When tho smil- the Third duct of one system and Thomas F. ing orator stepped forward tho ap- lowed by benediction. Ryan is a graduate of tho other. plause broke forth and rolled long EXEMPT IN FRANCE. Justice W. R. Day, of the United through the, great hall. HandkerStates Supremo Court, received his chiefs wero waved and the Negotiations are In progress be- preliminary education in public sounded like hall upon the officials schools, while Chief Justice White roof. Over and over again for three tween State Department Crow-Ap- .r Provost Marshal got his staTt In the' parochial or four minutes was the enthusiastic and nnd lenresentatlvesGeneral in Washing Bchool. A Catholic education did welcome repeated until tho waves of ton of disqualify Joseph Tumulty sound seem to cause the great flag prevent tho French Government to not agents, "nl the American from becoming Private Secretary to under which ho stood to quiver and Knights nod its welcome also. A sen. of up- Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., thoorganizat- the President of the United States, turned faces greeted him when ho of Columbus and similar American nor did It prevent Dr. John B. Murphy, of Chicago, from becoming at last commenced In his mellow ion!! worklne with the army In Franco from being taken the greatest surgeon of our time. volco with tho words: here, "Public commemoration of good Into military service of tho unaer Tho Universities of Paris, Salerno, draft Oxford and Cambridge were foundand great men serves a noble and etrlct construction military men sacred purpose." As he proceeded treaties might of be draftedage so em- ed by the Catholic church In the into the thirteenth century. ployed In the fourhe grew intense, dramatic and French army unless they at times applause broke Immediate service with the accepted teenth she established tho UniAmeriversities of Rome, Dublin, Cologne, forth and rolled over tho AuditorGen. Crowder's office Heldelburg and others. In all the ium like billows of the ocean, which can army. such seemed to inspire him to higher proposes that men engaged aInrecog- centuries of the Christian era her the flights of oratory the poet iwas work In Franco .be given priests have been recognized as Tomen of their day. there, the orator, tho statesman, nized status as attached to the day her scholars, her scientists but abovo all tho great churchman American Expeditionary Forces. In strenuous when ho enunciated divide honors with the greatest men SIGNIFICANT. tones, "After God, our first alof the world. Among these we una inilegiance Is to our country," Tho the names of Pasteur, waaam masIn a speech recently prophet was there, too for though tio and Marconi. Among the world she of the his volco is now silent how true Asqulth declared that he stood for ter painters of Raphael, naones today are these words, spoken nearly the principle of placed the particulaily Murlllo, Rembrandt, Rubens and De a quarter of a century ago, "Hu- This Is significant, more manity has reached the eve of de- since It commits him and tho radi- Vlncl. Among her immortal poets mocracy. People will not again cals to the policy which the labor we And the names of Dante, Dryden, submit to a government of which conference would apply to Ireland's Pope and Shakespeare. they are Integral parts." Finally he case. It Is unfortunate that the America owes much to Catholic of bearers closed with tho words, "0 God, we Government can not see eye to eye explorers the torch pray Thee, bless and guard our with Asquith and the workmen on civilization. Without their names country." His oration was over this matter; It would allay the dis- and record of gallant deeds the he moved hie hand as if to toes back trust of France and enhance Great story, of this republic could not be a strand of his Iron gray hair, but Britain's prestige among her allies, told. Here are a few of them: It was the edge of the huge flag besides taking tho wind out of the Columhus, De Soto, Jollet, Marthat hd just grazed his head as German Chancellor's sails when quette and De La Salle. A Cathhe stepped back to take his seat. A questions of the colonies or con- olic education did not make Lord moment of silence the orator stood quered territories crop up. Baltimore an enemy of freedom. He for the made Maryland a refuse the personification of a great orator oppressed. A Catholic education did TWO GREAT MEN. and then the applause broke forth n not keep Charles Carroll oj iu wave after wave, and amid Its thundering tones the great organ from adding his name to the The Right Rev. Matthias Q. Lenl-haBishop of Great Falls, Mont., American Declaration of Independtook up the tones of "America" and ence, nor prevent Gen. Phil Sherithe audience soon caught the music on Sunday celebrated the one of the anniversary of his birth, dan from becoming and never did the Auditorium of greatest soldiers of the republic. Chicago ring with a greater out- which was at Dubuque. Iowa. pouring of patriotic harmony. The Sir Thomas G. Shaughnessy, head Catholic education never made a scene can never he forgotten, and of the Canadian Railways War traitor to the Stars and fttrlpes. at Milwaukee, Wis., This fact is sealed by the blood of of all of AxehWshop Ireland's great Board, horn years old Sunday. He Catholics shed upon every battleorations tearrin not even his great was sixty-fiv- e oration In Freneh the panegyric b&e spent an active life and has field of the republlo from Lexington of Joan of Aro this trill never be done much for the development of to Manila, Bay. n forgotten. Guardians of Bigotry who seek the Northwest and Canada. IRELAND'S ABSURD ng to - to prove that the Calnollc church is an enemy of education must invent their evidence. It does not exist in any authentic record, I challenge Tom Watson, Teddy .Walker and the entire array of bigoted orators and editors to name one demonstrable fact in philosophy, feconomlcs, as- I&iow tho Public Will Back Wilson tronomy, medl6lno, or any branch of Nomby Supporting Bclence which the Catholic 'church refuses to accept at Its face ,value. inees. Among fallacies there lsnothIng more falso or more;' utterly 'absurd than the delusion that the Catholic church Is tho enenv of popular Annexation Opponents Attend Patri. education. of tho otic Review DEMOCRATS CAMP NEWS AH v Visitors Aro liarrcd and Everything at Ease Except Drill. RECENT DEATHS. An-nl- Council. v Chaplains Woik Long Hours and Sisters Aid Nurses nt Hospital. - Monday tho remains of Mrs. o Bullls, wife of Luther Bullls, arrived from Baltimore, where nhn died on Friday. The funeral was' Republican Machine Ignores Smith's Campaign Assessment held Tuesday morning from tho residence of her mother. Mrs. Mnrv Promise. Dermody, 233 Thompson avenue. fl FT Knights of Columbus Buildings cried Into Hospital and Dormitory. Con- - Anti-Catholi- c he-cau- I I I -- The body or Frank Gast, Sr Arl hItIv TlMnvivlr JlllcV.n-nrtf HAVE A CLUE. Theresa Gast, 500EastSt. Cath- - KEYSTONERS cnuo auwi, wub iaiu iu real, luua- day morning In St.Louls cemetery, the funeral mass celebrated at St. Paul's church, where ho had been a The Republicans in Kentucky are faithful member. working frantically to stem the tide rapidly setting in toward Gov. Tuesday death J claimed Mary Stanley and the Democratic nomAnna Stark, of 1121 South Shelby inees and they realize that the years slogan of supporting street. Sho was seventy-tw- o President old and the wldow&of John Stark. Wilson with members or nis own The same day Mrs1. Monlca Welsen-berge- r, party In the House and Senate is ' ...Aofa rMorl ih.f Tito ilnnfirtmant 2421 High street, for years proving a striking appeal. It does their batting average being fattened a resident of the West End, passed not take a crusade. Two or intelligent by the Into he? eternal ireit. citizen to realize that President of tho Keystoners went through a Wilson would receive more real aid street the other day In the East End Monday afternoo funeral serv- from the members of his own party with heads bent down to the ices over the remain of Mrs. Edith thnn ho would from Rentlblican rep Ground, and a curious crowd follow- Broeg Lltsey, beloved wife of Uriah resentatives, whose chief aim would 'ng in their wake Thoy wore fol- Z. Lltsey, were held at the family bo In nlnnnlnir and fltrlvinc for Re-- 1 lowing the tnall of a wet spot residence, 2127 Murray avenue. De- nnhllrjin Hiiorpsa In 1020. Flndlne about the size Of a quarter, like ceased was a woman of many fine It impossible to criticise the con- - the bloodhounds in "Undo Tom's qualities and among! her friends her duct of tho war by the Democratic , Cabin" were following Little Eva, death is felt as a instinct loss. Dr. Bruner administration, and anu every iiuw auu men muy wuuiu tho other Republican nominees are,.mutter "We'll get that goldarned on pleading that the would-b- e Down toll Death took hpavy tho street and staunch spitter." Wednesday, those who passed away supporters of the President and his around the block they finally trailed being Anna M. Goebol, 327 East war measures, yet It stands to weir ciue 10 n nniBn anu u enaeci Thn nnnt nlrl Oak; John Joyce Rodman, .l... i TMAn..Aii. nM..MA.i 'nf n mntor nlnf son or C. D. Rodman, 1709 on the ground as a disturbing ele-- 1 Keystoners had trailed a sprinkling South Fourth; Lee A. Stith, hus- mont they would harken to tho call can wnicn nas oeen on us way ior band of Margaret Whalen Stith, of their master's voice. Tho aver- - a new supply of water, and the Philip age voter realizes this and ho Is In slight leak from tho empty cart had 2131 Duncan strcnt, and Leroy Schlemmer, ten years old, no mood to aid In sending a our gauanx j.eysioners into son of Phil J. S lemmer, 2718 to Washington to delay tho maniiea war .thinking they were on the trail of Bank street. jjjF' programme In any way. With the a spitter. Democratic party united In Kenyears tucky as It has not been In fifteen Norton Humler, twenty-tw- o CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. old, beloved son offBert and Cath- years the outlook for Gov. Stanley 1$ "South Third and the Democratic Congressional erine Humler, As In all other States, the Cathstreet, passed away2ea Friday night nominees appears very bright. olic Knights of America In Ken of last week, after! long Illness of Near Mayor Smith and the local tucky, through their State Council, heart disease, leaving many frlend3 yal support to before " who mourn his deaeh. The death of In all his war Norton Humler cleeily follows that tho General Council this past week President Wilson of his brother, Joaipk. Humler, who to discuss the urononed nnnoratinn measures. In compliance with the gave his life wig Sighting, la plans, and In answer to the charge eiders of the State Board or Health Lfar-eightI ld SECRETARIES' HOSPITAL WORK. Everything at the local camp is at a standstill except drill on ac- lit oveTSnhoeS thafc&a2iKSliyayJy ! day morning from church. Kjaace..,hfUBjjal.jrfctheJdMqH7, Holy count of the many cases of Spanish influenza all over the vast area. There are no entertainments or gatherings of any kind, and tor tho second Sunday since tho camp has been here there were no public masses In any of the Knights of Columbus buildings. No gathering of troops will be allowed within the confines ot Camp Zachary Taylor, the soldiers only being allowed to enter the recreation halls or the "Y" and "K. C." to write to the folks at home. This Is a great privilege, as tho parents at homo are surely worried, hearing of so many men being sick at the camp. and when the letter comes from their soldier boy It Is more than On Sunday morning ot welcome. last week Capt. Mayer, ot the Base HosDltal Corns, served notice unon Secretary Ransdells, ot K. C. building No. 2, that it would be necessary to take over the building as an emergency hospital on account or tho crowded quarters at the base offices. Sixty beds wero Installed In the building of the colored tioops and tho medical staff took charge. It Is hoped that It will not be for a long period, as tho colored men miss their recreation hall very much. It Is a hard matter for visitors to get through th? guards on these days, as tho camp is almost com pletely quarantined. The staff of the Knights of Columbus workers are all doing hospital work of some kind since the coming or the In- men, others to keeping track or the changes from ono ward to another, Name , Mrs. Mary Kaelln, 1827 Frankfort avenue, on Saturday morning received the sad news of the death in the base hospital at Capo May, N. J., of her son, Fred Kaelin, who went to France with tho American Expeditionary Forcps, whore ear trouble developed that necessitated his return to this country for an operation that caused his death. Tho remains arrived here Monday and the funeral was held from St. Joseph's church, whero for years ho had been a devout communicant. fifty-sev- en It was with deep regret that the many friends and admirers of Mi3s Margaret B. Sullivan learned of her death on Monday of influenza. was possessed of Miss Sullivan many lovable traits of character and was a favorite In her social circle. She was the daughter of John F. Sullivan, Sr., 211 East Breckinridge. Besides her parents sho Is survived by three brothers, John, Frank and Edward, and four sisters, Mrs. Louis R. Vetter, Mary, Catherine and Regina Sullivan. William J. Flynn, son of John J. Flynn, of the First National Bank, died Saturday (morning at his home, 413 North Twentieth street, following an illness of only two days. was a great News of his death shock to his wide clrclo of friends, among whom he was very popular. Besides his father he leaves his widow and tlvree small children, three brothers, Thornton, now In France; Joseph, at Camp Zachary Taylor, and Jack, and three sisters, Mary. Angela and Harriet FJynn. Mr. Flynn was a graduate of St. Xavter's College. The funeral took from St place Monday morning Brlgld's church. Four funerals were held privately Sunday afternoon, tho deaths result ing from innuenza. 'me victims tho dread disease claimed wero Alfred A. Delano, aged thirty, beloved husband of Marsraret Delano, 1005 Logan street; Peter Herhlg, twenty- nine years old, nusnana or Anna Herblg, residing at 910 Samuel street; John Reker, thirty-ninhusband of Josephine Chiem Reker, Highland Park, and Amelia G. Long, beloved wife of George C. Long and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Spanler, 2333 South Fourth street. years old. Mrs. Long was thirty-on- a In each case the death was sudden and an awful shock to the friends and relatives. e, hand-clappi- ng soul-stirri- ng best-educat- ed -- tr-rollto- n, sixty-four- th FAREWELL. Last Sunday morning St. John's church, Clay and Walnut, was thronged when Rev. Trancls Martin, recently appointed a United States army chaplain and soon to leave for overseas duty, celebrated the high mass and In an eloquent and patriotic sermon bade farewell to his friends andthe parish of his boyhood. Father Martin was assisted at the mass by Rev. George W. Schuhmann. pastor of St, John's, and Rev. John D, Fallon, assistant at St. Cecilia's, and present In the sanctuary was Rev. John D. Kala-he- r. Fathers Martin, Fallen and Kalaher are graduates from St. John's. Many remained to take Father Martin by the hand and wish him victory and safe return. Before the ssrrless twenty stars were blessed end added to the flag dedicated some months ago. gainer in a Dig tax tuna tne aa- - "uy uirei bcbsiuu, ucnuiiB iu- mlnlsfratlon ovaded the charge en- - ports and referring all Important tlrely. Tho meeting or the General matters to the State Executive wno w111 submit reports to Council resolved Itself Into a The State officers view or the patriotism or the In- - tho branches. dividual members and one after an- - and delegates for tho next three other took tho floor to tell how .years are: many brothers, 'brothers-in-laPresident William L. Weltzel, rel- atlves, etc., they had in tho army Frankfort. or navy, which wasn't vorv en - ' Vice President Joseph Fromme, lightening to the citizen delegation Louisville. secreiary-ireasurwho camo there to discuss tho an a. tiarry nexation and not war representa- Veeneman, Sr., Louisville. Supreme Delegates Eugene A. tion. It goes without saying that County Commissioner John B. Bas-kl- n McCarthy, Louisville, and Dr. J. A. will bo left out in the cold in Averdlck, Covington. John Barr, future Republican Catherines, nn lio Alternates Judge spoke against the annexation crrah Lebanon, and Col. Joseph P, Mc- and committed lese majeste by re - ,Glnn, Louisville. fusing to give Davy Rose a chance ' Tne order Is In excellent condl- to interrupt and referred to the tlon and thus far tho influenza has latter as a "rank outsider." Manv had slight effect among the mem or tho citizens say they couldn't bers. see the benefits or annexation when they would bo taxed for an incomSERVICE FLAG RAISING. petent fire department and a Keystone police force. You couldnf Sunday afternoon a well attended hardly blame them either, and they and Interesting meeting of the might add that they will have to Catholic Orphan Society was held wrestle with the problem of separat- at St. Thomas Orphanage, and ev ing tho garbage and not having it erybody was pleased with tho condi gathered despite their trouble. tion of the children and the imRight after near Mayor Smith provements made at that splendid was inaugurated there was talk or home for parentless boys. After a riremen's union and to avoid gen- the meeting a handsome service flag eral demoralization Smith made a was blessed and uniurled, the little visit to each house and 'begged the boys presenting a patriotic profiremen to stick to their posts, and gramme. The address was delivamong tho glowing promises or ered by Rev. Father P. 01. Mouag-hanow chaplain in tho United what he intended to do there was Included promlso that there never, States army, who paid a feeling trinever would bo any horrid political bute to tho Mother Superior, who assessments for campaign purposes. was indeed a mother to him as well Maybe the near Mayor doesn't as the boys during the time he was know It, but Just now the firemen1 their chnplaln. Thero are. thirty-fou- r aro being assessed by the n stars on the flag, a gold star for machine for tho present one of the boys who has died, and campaign', and many of the old men a cross for tho Rev. P. M. Monag-hawho studk to their posts are wonPresident, D. F. Murphy predering if Smith's promises are like sided and Rev. Father Driscoll ofthe proverbial pie crust easily fered tho prayers. The next meetbroken. Not long ago Mr. Sellig-ma- ing will take pin re at St. Vincent's or the Board or Saroty, in Orphanage. the incompetency or the Tire department said they were a CUTS POLICE VOTE. little handicapped because the instructor quit, and judging from the The Clerk of the Crown and exhlibtion or tho firemen lately the Peace tor the County or Galway board bettor dig up another In- (Gerald Cloherty), sitting as regisstructor and In jig time, too, beforo tration officer of Balllnasloe, Irethe town burns down, A fire broke land, held that no member of the out at Rubel and Payno last week Royal Irish Constabulary was enand the nearby firemen wouldn't titled to a Parliamentary vote. This, come out because a kid gave the he said, was absolute and not obalarm, and by tho time they did solete law, under an unrepealed get there a fire company composed statute of William IV. Ho accordof mostly older firemen had gotten ingly struck off the list County Into the scene and wero working. spector Walsh and his wife, who When the new crowd of "rubes" claimed through him, and directed wno wanted a d invitation that every policeman on the lists to turn out did respond th owed should Iftlitfiuilarly dealt with. This that Mr. Sellleman was rl out decision deprives 15,000 policemen them needing ah Instruct ey ot their Parliamentary votes. Ho experienced great dlffl also struck off the namos of Lord coupling hose and threw rock and Lord Clancarty like a woman throws a red about twenty times ting everything but the m? rent lists', but refiiRAd spectators getting the water iiftfci armv or nnw wifnr was intended tor the fire ng or dead, for fear of mistakes The poor old Keystone police d being made as to reports or death partment has certainly driven rrhi. n the battlefield . Petty back to the Hlndenburg line Judging from the numerous BONDS SOON READY. burglaries and holdups going on, and the police department, officials According to the are working overtime nqt to catch sent out by William official notice G. the criminals, but to keep the public Secretary of the Treasury, McAdoo, from hearing of the burglar epi- Liberty Loan bonds will beFourth ready demic which Is traveling faster than for delivery October 24, 1918. They the influenza. There are signs of a will bear interest at the Tate of let up of the influenza, but there 4 per cent, psr annum and will is no hope for a p in the epi- mature October 15, 1938. Interest demic of crime, and the victims are will be payable April 15 and Octotow wnen tney report the robberies year. The first Inof not to say anything to anyone about ber 15 date each terest navable is Anrll 15. imam so rn ourgiars won't get '1919, and will be for 17? days. er fe n, Searcy-Chilto- n. n, gilt-edge- let-u- and still others looking up 'sick men for their relatives, who aro not able to reach them. The Knights of Columbus force has been divided Into a night and day shift and tbeer is very little chance for a sick man to want assistance and not get It. The chaplains are now living at tho base hospital and they are constantly on the go. All a chaplain has to do Is to walk through the different wards and thero aro calls on all sides for a prle3t. Chaplain Regis Barrett has been working twenty hours a day tor the past week In relays with Chaplains Murray and Kelly. There Is no ono men In this big camp ot 53,000 who can take tho place or the three chaplains when they are called. On Saturday morning fourteen Sisters arrived at tho camp to assist In the work of taking care of the nt the hospital. Tho sick men Sisters wore from tho Sacred Heart Home on College street and St. Joseph's Infirmary, and ot courso were Tight at homo in the worlc they undertook of relieving the nurses, who have been overworked during the past week. They will remain until tho epidemic is over. For the convenience of the Sisters the No. 4 building of the Knights of Columbus has been turned into n dormitory. Tho number of mon at Camp Zachary Taylor continues to grow larger, tho men who havo been in Into the barracks being moved tents far out on the Preston-streroad to make room tor tho newcomers. It is expected to increaso to 75,000 the soldier population men during tho next few days. All hands at Camp Zachary Taylor are fighting the Spanish Influenza to the limit. Not more than one dozen, men are allowed to congregate at one time, and the military police are seeing that the order is strictly oboyed. The last school of chaplains was a little disappointed, though not disheartened, at the order from the War Department which took away tho lnslgna of First Lieutenant from them but left tho cross to be worn on tho collar. This change will not make much difference to the priests getting commissions, as they can do their work whether they have an lnslgna or not, as has been demonstrated during the week at the base hospital. Father Foley, or Chicago, the Vicar General of the Knights of Columbus chaplains, who has been In New York in conference .with Right Rev. Bishop Hayes, arrived at tho local camp on Saturday, ex pecting to stay several davs. He Is very much interested in the chaplains' training school here and savs the work or tho chaplains at different camps he has visited lately is of vast importance to the men. Preparations aro being made all over the country for the drive ot the seven organizations doing war work. The work of collecting funds will begin on November 11. All nersons are urged to give their hearty support to this drive, as It Will require $170 500.000 to oarrv on the many activities during the coming vear. The Knljfhts of Columbus men on dutv at the six dlffemnt recreMlen centers hav answered manv of oalte durinr th wek regarding sick men pf the emn. T. D. COMBS, et ,i hna-dre- ds ( d'Z rr aiasiKrTiJOBrsr cuperate. What a change from tho by tho haphazard plans followed Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement of Irish Americans and Catholics Allies up' to last April Tho wonder Young Men's Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Is that national jealousies should Institute and Catholic Knights bf America. to so long ' have been permitted IIIIBIHfll nil 11 Publishers stand In the way of a unified IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate!, KENTUCKY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c n Matter. Our Catholic chaplains are the Entered at the Louisville Postofllce a brightest stars in tho, service flag IRISH AMERICAN, Wait Green St kiirttt all Communications to tho KENTUCKY of American Catholicity. Pray for them dally that their work for souls may be most effective. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. I -- irxsh -'.- -- AJMOBjKxoaJw- - MTOKY IRISH MERKM. of Gen, Foch these lines will not stand long. His plan is to give the enemy no rest and no time to re- Women's Shoes You " Hefman rOUftTM Avenue Will Like Straus sons iHcaxpotfAriro J MARKET STRUCT We Qlva and Redeem Gold Tradlne Stamps. Second-Cla- k 319-32- 1 '' I 1 a" ,,- -w r-- ; What an awful jolt It must bo to the Prohibitionists to see their NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT There's an unusual degree of old enemy demon rum being used SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918 to fight LOUISVILLE, KY influenza plague in our the smartness and certain' comfort in army camps. Franco and Belgium is being urged 1 THAT COUNT. WORDS these shoes that will please you, wo on the Allies and tho United States After the .bond drive comes tho are sure. Tho speech of President Wilson and ,g unde- r- consideration. Tho "political drive" and it will be red la New York opening the Fourth bunilng of Canibral and st QuenUfl hot, though somebody said "politics Prices are consistent with these Liberty Loan drive has not aroused ftnd 4he d6VaataUon of ono of the Is adjourned." comment abroad. most popular reglons of Europe as much .friendly See Today's Window exceptionally splendid shoes. the voice or tho QeBnan8 retreat has ar0Uj.e(l The President, as COJHNG EVENTS. , lndIenat,on. nn., ,. , , America, at this time said somo ,ri 7 things that make It clear America diplomatlc clrcles that Germany will October Grand euchro and Is Tioldlne to her traditions, and be warned soon that if It allows the lotto by. St. Joseph's church members, at Vernon Club house. does not propose to be dragged into work of destruction to continuo 23 Catholic Knights October any "special leagues or alliances" severe reprisal will follow. H Is reunion and card party, or associated with any "economic suggested that the cities on the St. Martin's Hall. and lotto fUlTHli' EOURTH AVENUE interest of any Rhine would be marked for deboycott" in the New Lines of White and Colored Dress Goods All struction and tho Berlin Governpower or group of powers. through his speech the President ment itold that for every French and ' and Laces for Girls' school wear. refers to the Allies as "our asso- Belgian city ruined without military ciates." reason a German city equally Im"We still read Washington's im- portant and valuable, sentimentally mortal warning against entangling and materially, will be laid waste, -Lawrence Ford, of Jeffersonville, alliances with full comprehension," Again the American Government, has been spending ten' days. In says tho President, and then he In reply to Germany's threat to That you spent for' something you did not NEED 'would hare started goes on to say that he looks for- execute American prisoners of war SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED ward to "the new day in which found In possession Miss Ann O'Keefe Is visiting at of ahotguns, there will be a general agreement gave notice that if Germany carries Frankfort" as the guest of Miss twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" Maty Powers. between all nations, an open agree- out any such threat suitable remutt baspeat for sonaetBisjeyeq DO NEED. The SAVING' now of the;) -m; ll of the prisals will be taken. MBUKKiMkj ment for the maintenance t, INCORPORATED Mrs. Thomas M. Barry, of Secretary nmmmmn v dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever' comlny. It l " rights of all nations, great and Lansing's reply declares that the is able to be out again after II We Give and, Redeem Surety Coupons. Bmall. When that general agree- use of shotguns is sanctioned by an attack of influenza. . i II ment Is made," he says, "the weak The Hague conventions, and that in Haager and Mrs. EdMrs. J. H. shall not suffer without redresa. comparison with other weapons now ward Thoben were in Nashville last The strong nations shall not be free used In modern warfare the shot- week, visiting Mrs. George Austin ' to wrong tho weak and make them guns used by the American troops Moore. subject to their purpose and Inter- can not be the subject of legitimate Mrs. Patrick Tracy, Jr., after Fifth and Court Place. est." or reasonable protest. Reprisals spending several weeks In IndianOpen Dally Until 3' p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. These are indeed fine words. That are the last resort and should not apolis, is again at home in they may bo followed up by actions bo employed while more lenient Is the (American prayer, and will be measures can be hoped to be ef Miss Edith Callahan, who has I the prayer of all mankind when fective. But severe as they are volunteered in relief work, is LifiW 1 ITOETBitN'AL.nEST'' they understand. Spain is the only may ae necessary to use awaiting orders to sail with the aao on jrinn rJaaYay.Ba' avenue, tnemIn country so far that has In most this war of Saturday morning at' Lexington a destruction. Wo hope Polish White Cross. eulogistic terms endorsed what the that the threat alone will be suffiMrs. Daniel W.. Cunlff Miss most beautiful and exemplary life . Albert S. Smith, the well known Rose Felhoelter went to and Fort i President has said, as far as we cient to bring Prussian militarism funeral director, has been confined was closed when, sweetly as a litGold-Oa., this past week, where nave seen. The others have not yet to to his home this past week with an Sergeant Sherley Cunlff, tle child sinking to rest in the arms its senses. If that is not enough who was clearly answered. They are going the reprisals themselves may bq attack of the grip. injured in Prance, Is' confined to of Its mother, the pure soul of Mrs. Ulnnkets; large-be- d size; and Blankets; a nlce: weight In a full to' say their own say. America waits necessary. the base hospital. They report ho Honora 'Cronln, "beloved wife of heavyweight; shown in. white bed size: shown in' 'white only. Mrs. Mary Hays, who spent the is doing nicely and his many local to hear from them as to their gray, with fancy colored or with pink or blue "borders; a past year in Frankfort, has returned friends hope tosee him home in bordors; a $4.50 quality; at on sale at, $3,98 quality; to Jeffersonville and. will make her the near future. BULGARIANS SURRENDER. per pair ,. '. per pair. $3.0tf 3.20 borne In that city. The biggest development In the LEAGUE OF NATIONS. Wool-nalarge-be- d Mrs. Otto H. Voyles was hostess Comforts; size comforts Blankets; a large-be- d reports the to William J. Chawk great war since tho collapse of In an 'extra heavy weight; size and an' extra heavy at of a Cross nurse ' We are free to confess, asserts Russia came last week when Bul- arrival homo future Red both mother her her club Thursday afternoon her home In New Albany, when filled with white cotton and weight; shown in white, gray at 'his this week, guests Included the True Voice, that the proposed garia unconditionally covered with fancy floral Mesdames Ottd or tan, witn xancy colored borsurrendered. and child doing well. Sauer, Louis Graf, Edward Koetler, sateen; specially priced at, ders; a '$5.00 quality; on salo league of nations guaranteed to Allied nations are placed in control , E. Wolfe, at, per pair each Louis Vernla. S4.50 preserve International $4.00 peace doe3 of her railroads and all other means Capt. Timothy O'Donovan, who Frank Owen . Tegart, was stationed in Jeffersonville, has James Thornton, not rouse us ito enthusiasm. Wool-naWool Comforts;, in a large-be- d Blankets; an , extra William E. Falkl John A. Cody, of transportation and are free to to Columbus, Ohio, large-be- d size; these are very sotf,,, fine size, having a nice .It. 1?, because we are more In- use lhem for the development of gone remain Indefinitely. where ho Frank Genung'nnd Miss May Flynn, will comforts, covered with fine heavy fleece; shown in white terested -- In winning- the war than future military operations. All floral Bilk with border of plain with fancy colored borders; a Miss we are In anything else political strategic points in Bulgaria Theodore McCormlck and daugh George Florence Lighten Buck and colored silk to match; on salo $C98 value; special at, per D. Barret will be united in are ter, Mlsfl Alice, visited Gethsemans marriage In the narlors of St. that we fall tovgrasp the full pos- turned over to the Allies for occupair .0.50 at the special price, each. $8.50 recently, the guests of the sibilities of the scheme. The pro- pation and the Bulgarian troops grandfather, Milton Brady. latter) Drigid's church next Wednesday Bedspreads; crochet spreads in Bedspreads; .Crochet Spreads In a afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. Father posal is not a new one. More than will !be d size; hemmed ready withdrawn from Greece and Marseilles patterns; they are e The for use; a $2.00 quality; spea year ago Dan Lavely was a recent Sunday Jansen officiating. Taft pub- Serbia and disarmed. The surren a large bed size; finished with Is a well known and accomplished cially priced for Monday at, guest of his sister, Mrs. licly advocated a league of nations der of Bulgaria will hem; - worth. $3.75; on sale have an im- Wholan, at Bardstown, where Plus young lady of the' West End, while each .1.80 his the groom-to-b- e at, eaph $3.2!) to enforce peace. It was discussed portant bearing on Is a local practicthe issue of the friends are always glad to welcome ing attorney, qnr-'Bedspreads; Marseilles patterns in In a desultory manner for a time, former member of the Bedspreads; large-be- d size, In war. It will probably result in the him. crochet effects; they are a Legislature and prominent in Demo- James Crbnln nifd, inother of the Marseilles patterns; and then tho public lost Interest in separation of Turkey from the finished largo bed size; hemmed ready X cratic politics. Rev. J. J?. Cronln, pastor of St. with Desk Sergeant William J. Conhemmed, fringed or It. Now President Wilson resur- Central Powers and tho early for use; a $2.50 quality; on defeat nors, a policeman of ability and of Patrick's church and Vicar General scalloped edges; a $3.98 qualsale Monday at, each. .i. .2.30 rects tho Idea in 'his latest public of the Musselman 'forces. OCTOBER INTENTION. of the diocese, sank peacefully into ity? specially priced It will wide acquaintance, Is 111 with In$3.ro address and It is again a live ques- also open the way to the formation fluenza at his home on East Ormsby Bedspreads; an extra heavy the sleep that knows no earthly Our Holy Father asks us to pray waking to take its flight to the Bedspreads; an extra large-be- d weight and large bed size; tion. of another eastern front at the back avenue. during tho month of October for bosom of her Saviour whom she 'size; finished with hemmed or shown In Marseilles patterns It also notes that English states- door of Austria, and thus It will scalloped edges; a $4.50 qualso with scalloped edge and cut faithfully served Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelly, who many and holy priests. The inten- loved and men accept the Idea out with tion calls to our mind that day in throughout her life. Suffering a ity; specially priced for this corners; a $5.50 quality; sperelievo the pressure upon Italy for visited Mrs. Kelly's aunt, Mrs. limitations. Under certain condi- the present and will probably sale at, each cially priced at, each. .. .4.00 3.88 Huffman, in Jeffersonville, the life of Christ when He looked fall thirteen months ago and in health thereafter, her tions, they believe, such a league weaken considerably to their home in over the crowd that gathered about declining have returned the German Dayton, Ohio. Him and had compassion upon death was not unexpected. Through would be practicable. But first this strength them. They were like sheep with out her Illness Mrs. Cronin never on the western front. war must be won. Prussian mili- Eventually out a snepnera. his fleart was complained, but bore her sufferings it may force Austria to Mrs. Drlscoll left tarism must be crushed before such seek peace on her own account In to visit Frank Bon, Private Sunday moved and He said to his Disciples: with a most humble resignation to her Frank "The 'harvest Indeed is great, but God's holy will and complete trust a leaguo can be considered. There order to. save her territory from Drlscoll, of the cavalry, at Leon the laborers are few. Pray, thee, In the ever Sacred Heart, in which Springs, Texas, he being ill with therefore the is time enough to discuss means for invasion flfrom the east. Lord of the. harvest those of the true faith find comfort But these an attack of Influenza. insuring a lasting peace when, our results nay not be Immediate; that He send laborers into .his and support. She was born in Iremore pressing duty 'has been per- Bulgaria's harvest." Today the .harvest Is land and on May 6,. 1858, was mar defection is important, Mr. and Mrs. John B. O'Brien. great and the ' are few. ried to James Cronin in Church-towlaborers formed, when we have succeeded In Mrs. Frank Kelly and W. A. Burke Therefore does our Holy but It Is not in itself decisive. The ask County Cork, coming at once winning peace. We believe that 13 end of the war will not bo brought were among the Louisville visitors us to. pray for many Father holy to Kentucky and locating at Frank-Toand the proper attitude. We have first about by one power retiring from receiving many courtesies from Now priests. in 1859, but for the past fork friends tho past week. to make peace possible, and that forty-fiv- e years they have lived at the contest. It is the first-i- n a SISTERS ARE SERVING. Lexington. can only be done In one way. An series To their union were Mrs. B. J. McDevitt and children of collapses for which we born nine children, of whom four undefeated Germany would bo a bar hope, and which will be necessary and Miss Anne Brennan, who have Sisters of Mercy and Sisters of are living, and whose devotion to to the usefulness of any league of to bring peace. the In that sense it been spending East, summer in New Charity of Nazareth have volun- their mother was beautiful, nursing Vork and the have returned to teered their services and been ac and caring for her as any mother nationSi may be called the beginning of the cepted by the military authorities would Iter babe. "She was truly a What may come after this war no end of the war. But the end Itself meir nome in uneroicee arKway. at Camp Taylor, where anany nurses model Christian wife and mother man can say at this time. It may may Attorney William M. Duffy, the are said to ho ill. Four Sisters of and endeared herself to everyone. still be very fat- - off. be that it will be possible to securo veu Known amateur athletic leader, ChaTity from St. Joseph's Hosnital. Last Way (Mr. and Mrs. Cronin celej has heard the call of Uncle a union of nations so powerful and Sam "Louisville; four from St. Joseph's brated their golden wedding, having SURE SIGN OF PEACE. and will leave next Thursday to Hospital, of Lexington, and five with them their four living chilbo devoted to peace that it would join xne artmery nrancn or the Bisters of Mercy ifrom tho Brook dren, Rev. James P. and John be suicidal for any nation to defy Coincident with thp talk of peace service. and College streets home left Mon- Cronln, ot Louisville, and Michael their authority. And perhaps such comes the notice that the Junior day to assist in nursing Spanish in- J. Cronln and airs. J. W. Lawrence. r a league would itself be a menace Order boya have advertised a flag Mrs. William Sneak has returned fluenza victims there. Four others of, Lexington. The funeral services to the peace of the world. If it raising, these self appointed de home after spending a week with left from Sts, iMary and .Elizabeth were held Monday morning at St. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lutz in IndianHospital last week, and if necessary, Peter's church, Rev. Father Cronln would undertake to Impose Its own fenders of the flag .being mighty apolis. Mrs. Speak was a guest like the Nuns being the celobrant the plans upon the world it would un- quiet during the stirring war times. the. banquet ot the Daughters at many more, will of tho Battlefield, requiem high mass. of very solemn follow. A. touchof doubtedly become a world danger. Isabella. ing eulogy telling of the virtues Very little confidence- - should be SISTER HUBERTA INJURED. and beautiful qualities characteristic That Is just what tho Kaiser lias Yes, the RIGHT STORE for Boys and ChilHenry ' Maloney and Joseph R. of the departed, was spoken by Rev. been trying to do. The world ob- felt in the eleventh hour attempt to Sister Huberta. for manv imnrq Father Punch, the pastor. The reKelly, of the Great Lakes encampdren's School Clothes and everything is"Yeady here the Government in jects- to dictation, whether that "liberalize" Mother Superior, at mid mains were laid to Something was heard of ment, were hero this week on ex-a Elizabeth Hospital sts. MaWwidely olic cemetery. .Forrest in tho Cathy comes from a number of nations or Germany. for the fall season. Boys' Suits, Shirts, Furnishings, furlough, both looking and the bereaved tremely well and happy in the-l- known in Louisville, but now husband and children the Ken from a monarch crazed with power. that about a year ago when Hats and Shoes! Hosiery and Footwear for Misses Mother Superior of St. Vincent's tucky Irish American feelg deepest was making his famous peace-driv- sailor togs. That proposed league will need to Acauemy in union county, met with sympatny, on a platform of "no annexaand Children! Complete stock, large varieties, and be very benevolent and very tolerant a serious accident recently on her yjames Otflrlen or it will bring another catastrophe tions and no Indemnities." But lvenlng to visit his left Wednesday way "back from. Untontown. KLING REPRESENTS BOARD. In always superior values. brothor, W. C. company Germany remained under autocratic uuirien, who is with upon the world. hi at camp Green-lea- f, tho carriage in threb other Sisters Arthur Kllng, formerly reprewhich they were control Just thosame. There Is no Ga. Private O'Brien, better riding STORE-THIR- D real demand in Germany for known as "Bud," is a former star wagon was run into by a farmer's sentative of the Jewish Welfare REPRISAL rOSSIRLE. and overturned, "Sister Board at Chlckamauga Park, has in thefcln City Baseball Leasme. d popular government ai'ajMV Huberta sustaining two fractures of been appointed to succeed H. C The, glories of war may he a fit It. Except for u Socialists her leg between and knew. Isaac as the representative at Camp Martin, a member of Dr. Roberts, from ankle city, poet far removed the people are satisfied wIJi the theme, for the this set.the Zachary Taylor, the latter having Lakes squadron, came broken HmV resumea nis former position as from the scene of confllct,3but there Kaiser. There is little hope of sday on a week's visit to ,J ::, w i k-'e-t physical director of the Y. Mt H. A. i re d-:- : Is another side to war that the German Socialists play! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBalr He was accom-Re' I ramlly. Young Kllng is the son of Ben ARRIVES SAFELY. Father Frank Mar. press dispatches are now bringing of the Russian Boleh, . Kllng, who Is prominent locally and j had gorfe there on. a visit. Mrs. Theresa Leonard and Mra. In business on Main street. out. 'Reprisal is spoken of as a are not strong enougl , He May canty. from possible 'means of checking whole- place, and secondly they, too, are t Lewis, a prominent Tesident sueei, nave 2502 West Walnut graduated in the tho University of arrived Saturday In Rome on a I 1918 class, and Is received oaTds an- Cincinnati sale detraction and devastation b7 devoted subjects of the Kaiser. Syraouse, arrived Wedneedaf nouncing the safe a student tho Hebrew Union Col- special mission to the Vatican. He (.lie retreating German armies evening to take the offlders training of Harry Leonard, arrivalis in France lege. Theofnumber of Jewish men has been appointed in by Cardinal who with course at Taylor, jror artillery forces of the Lincoln the at Camp Zachary Taylor has In- Gibbons as special commissioner ,pf diFrance. It Is an ugly word, but There is no longer any doubt some timeCamp Zachary been past he has an in- - vision. to such an extent, that the American Catholic War Councreased rt tny be necessary for nations to that the famous Hlndenburg line Btruetor or ' ', the men stationed at future pjans provide for at least cil to investigate and report tin employ it in certain circumstances will soon be but a memory. Under Ithaca. N. Y. .CATHOLTO EWDBRATION. Catholic war, activities . Italy, ' ? three workers of the Jewish Franco and England. HeIn was re and it is justifiable when only in the determined attacks of the Allle Women's Board. The work will ceived by Cardinal Gasparri, the Mr. and Mrs. Matt P. Corcoran, The Catholic Federation, comply- now be extended, thai way can wrong .be prevented. it is gradually crumbling. Doubtless Papal Secretary of State. Pope street, have ing with the order ' ot the. health An ultimatum to. Germany regard- - there are other lines ot defease be South Twenty-fouct- h Benedict la. much zratlfled bv the authorities, , paad returned from New Tork City, MISSION TO VATICAN. f ing the ruthlees .deattuetlon of eltlee V5fT t0 whlch thaj. German army they ?wre guests at the Hotel where monthly meaMne;' wkioh4Us Tegular sending of this mission to the theaMa. 'wan f'ffTpiirtwite propeky in Northern n,, retreat. 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J p J J J J J J 'J 'J "Jf J J J 'J' SPANINGER i '' f J' 'J 'J c C'tf JOHN r. wctxi n.L HENRY SOHUH WAS PRESIDENT'S RIGHT HAND. awkward fingers striking 1408 Seventh Street all notes iwrongl t Choice Staple and Fancy GROHow from your toll shall issue, 426 W. MARKET CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE white and strong, MARKET, Fine Teas and "Coffees, JLOUISVILLEr. KY. From Hon. W. A. Byron, of Music like that God's chosen poet City Home Brooksville, who presided over tho Butter a Specialty. sings? A complete lino of Furniture at Phone 0147; Cumb. South 1658-convention that nominated Gov. prices that are always tho lowest. There is one harp that any hand Stanley, tho Kentucky Irish Ameri Satisfaction guaranteed. can play, Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 can received tho following tribute to J. M. BUOKNEU And from its strings what the late Senator Olllo James, who "As Near to You aa ibe Nearest Phone" CHARLES BALLMAD3R arise! was his personal friend, and also TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE There is one song that any mouth 230 East Market Street comment on the political situation say can In Kentucky: FUNERAL FLOWERS A song that lingers when all 000 West Main Street Between Brook and Floyd PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND Editor Kentucky Irish American. singing dies. Louisville, Ky. When Ollle M. James died at SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty When on their beads our 'Mother's Baltimore a few weeks ago KenA Special Spray $3.00 children play tucky and tho nation suffered the Immortal music charms tho grategreatest loss sustained In the death A Special Wreath $5.00 Home Phone 2550 H. W. NEWMAN ful skies. of any public man since the asJplt.ll CONTRACTING ENGINEER Oft Joyce Kilmer. IJncoln. Louis A. Broring, D, D. S. sassination of President his abilLike Lincoln, It was not Steam and Hot Water Heating and STAND FOR. ONE CAUSE. ity though It was of the very high Sanitary Plumbing est orders that drew the people to HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND E. de Cartler, the Belgian .Minhim and hold them with him, but 1 STARKS BUILDING. ister, tho members of tho Belgian LOUISVILLE, KY. it was that thorough knowledge of a mission to this country, and their wants, desires and aspirations by groutf of .Belgian officers attended which 'ho toad, supplemented Both Phones 2406 Both Phones their Implicit confidenco In bis abil- Wo telegraph Flowers Everywhere services at St. Patrick's Cathedral ity to fight their battles and his Saturday morning, together with POULTRY FOOD AND & 0 0. unswerving determination to do it American soldiers and officers and SUPPLIES Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces hundreds of others, taking part in Adolph Rentllngor that mado the people lova and trust Free Advice on Poultry and campaign, they have never loved and the Liberty Pet Diseases INSURANCE him as any other public man since For the next three weeks we art services were Loan and a masswhen said trusted held TORNADO, LIABILITY AND tho the days of Henry Clay. Like all going to offer all of our laces at PET SHOP for those who. toaye died in genuPLATE GLASS great men, especially great Ameri liberal discount. This offer is war. The Rev. Dr. Joseph A. 210 WEST MARKET STREET cans, lie had tho faculty of forget- ine, and it will pay our 123 SOUTH THIRO STREET Mulry, President of FordUam UniQuick Delivery ting self and selfish interests and customers to write us at once whilt versity, delivered a sermon, In standing as true as the needle to our stock la complete. which he said: ENGRAVERS ARTHUR A. WILL tne pole to what he conceived to be "We come to celehrate this mass SCnLICH ENGRAVING COMPAN1 his duty to the people, and whether Rogers Church Goods Co. for the dead of the field of battle. BTHLDER on the hustings, on the floor of Today the same prayer goes up ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS some great convention, in the lower 129 S FOURTH AVE. that eternal rest may be theirs. ELECTROTYPERS house of Congress or in that great We are glad that we can put our 2131 MONTGOIERY STREET deliberative branoh known as the Sir your boya aa eaao&tlon t&at will faith in the God of Battles, and 835 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky Senate, James was always the same prepare tatm for life. Home Phone Shawnee 1010 that if God calls we cheerfully lay Home Phone City G674 great tribune of tho people before down our lives that liberty and whose matchless eloquence, piercing ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE SOUTH LOUISVILLE FRANK A. OHLMANN SAVINGS intelligence, intrpid courago and earth. Today we stand as they did onlvillB, Sj. 113 W. Broadway, unquestioned and unquestionable AND DEPOSIT BANK little mound in Flanders honesty deceit, dirt and chlcannery Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. on that what we can do that they 000 East Franklin Street Classical, Scientific Buslneai and ask and disappeared like the chaff before the Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars may stand steadfast. Today there Fourth and Central Avenue wind. Ho was not one of those Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymna- is but one spirit, one cause the GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings who, tolling up the steeps of life, sium. Terms moderate. Stars and Stripes that victory may Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Deposits. A General Banking Busi attained greatness neither did 'ho Cumb. Main 967-be for mankind and for our homes. ness Transacted. have greatness thrust upon him. He It was said of us that we loved was simply born, and gravitated PERFECT FITTING Phono City 4131 liberty so little that wo would make Home Phono City 2845 (didn't have to fight his way) Into reBERNARD FENZ his true position in life with that SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES no sacrifices, but they did not our member our inheritance from eame certainty that au living BATH'S OAFE EVERY-FOR YOUR GROCERIES honored dead pf Concord and Lexentities turn toward the light. In ington, which lias inspired us for THING.JTHB MARKET AFFORDS act when you saw and know the JgATIflF. RATH.Proprletor,, what we are doing. It was but litman. it t.was as Impossible not to .wflfc ' tle more than 140 years ago that x ' S s WMM Eg"i Ml iir.TM ww ieconnse tii.wwira B 3tmmj"t J 421 East Jefferson Street 441 East St. Catherine r m,rn Mt " ruggedness be not to see mothers to go 'out " to " save grandeur In the towering mountain country and their homes, and wo peak or .beauty and sublimity In the eaw this same spirit not long ago Cerulean dome of the heavens. Like when our men went forth, forgetLincoln, hi$ early education was ting 'money and material things, to SOlS PL CI t 8.50 Theia Urea are all first guaranteed neglected and limited, yet college Thermold do service for God and for country. and scholars and edu80x3 8.95 stock, with nams and aerial simbtr at Presidents Thermold W. Ci. Oculists' Prescriptions. 10.95 tached. 80x8 "It was not until the Thermold PI. CL cators Qt the highest order, includ.. 12.25 We solicit a call to (aspect oar stock ing statesmen and diplomats from SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY States came into existenceUnited 82x2 Thermold PL Ss that 12.9 C bi ooia Biorsa. 82x3 Thermold Ns. Ss. men made liberty and equality a all civilized nations of the earth, XXCORFORATSD principle, a divine prinnational were proud to call him friend and Main Office ciple that no nation had ever beFourth and Chestnut. Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, Cityp7mNES listen to his words of wisdom on (60 S. TZ7XX ST. fore conceived. any subject ho was pleased to disIt is your princiRetail Branch Main 1039 ple laid down 169 S. THIRD ST. Incorporated cuss. His clearness and lucidity of e nounced by our by Christ and anthought showed that he had a perPresident that it Is our part to lay down our lives for fect understanding of the matter in It. Millions have gone because God hand, and the man behind the called them to save this principle words carried conviction to all who of liberty and equality. heard him. He had as little use Rebuilt and Used. d reactionary who lor the "I see among them men of difAll Makes. was willing to lie down and let the ferent minds, ideas, (hopes and amscum of creation seme, over him bitions, but I also see these millwild- as he had for tho ions bound together, as strongly in RENTED, eyed fanatic who Is bent on rethis work that is being done for SOLD, forming everything and everybody God and the world as are the stones forcing on all other people In this massive building. and REPAIRED whatever opinion he may for the "What have they gone for? To Imagines ho has on time have, or follow the principle given by Him any given subject, iftias ana fan Office Equipment Co. who gave his blood and ihis life for cies had no place in Ills legislative man and his soul. Some today are INCORPORATED. programme, but In all his public listening to the whiz of bullets and closely to tho life he adhered of bombs, but above the din they 12$ South Pourth Ave. limitations of the constitution of hear the volco of God and see the his country and was always governed face of Him who gave all for and directed by its guiding hand, them." but especially did he heed that admonition of the organic law PRD3STS IN SERVICE. says that "absolute and which arbitrary power lies no place, not Roman Catholic priests who. like even in tho greatest majority," and all (Frenchmen of military age, had as a consequence ho always held Funeral Directors to Join tho army, have distinguished sacred the personal rights and themselves In the aviation service. In liberties of his fellow citizens. Father Miraball became an obHOLLENBACH'S HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLLEHBAOH CO the great world tragedy Into which WINE server with the our country was dragged against MO ITXC JWJBJZVXJJS and was always "Hawk" EscadrlUe Carl A. Hollenbach, Prop. INCORPOIU.TJBD the first to volunher will by the criminal stupidity TOeptuwa loas. teer for any perilous mission. The Importer and Dealer in Dlatlllera Of and asslninlty of the German day of the great raid on Karlsruhe, Junkers, and in which we are now OLD PORT0NA SOUR MASB WINES AND LIQUORS after which the enemy admitted 257 destined to play so mighty a part, victims and $500,000 damages, the 14 "HOLLKNBAOH" PURS RYB Softfh Third Street James was the man of all men in HqKa' Phone 1191 maefhine which carried Father Mira-6a- ll t as W. Main 8C LosirrlJle, Xj the Senate upon whom President and his pilot.- - Sergeant Seltz. Wilson leaned in every great did not return. Tho Legion 'of emergency, and never did ho lean Honor was awarded tp the plucky upon him nor trust him In vain, observation officer, who had alfor when at the beginning of the1 ready earned two citations, and tlio I! war the disloyalty of the ji statement accompanying the award and tho imbecility of tho so- read: called pacifists1 was about to trans "Forced to, land by motor trouform our nation Into a bedlam or ble, ho succeeded in burning his Indi bowline daverlshes. warring machine and the papers on board." Interests, it viduals and warring Soitz escaped has since to was tho leadership of James in the Franco. Father Bourjade, Second Senate that steadied and stabilized Lieutenant of aviation, is a spethe legislative branch of our Govcialist in destroying observation ernment and impressed our whole balloons. He has won the Legion peop.le with the potent fact that we of Honor. In attacking an enemy ere a nation and that our first duty oauoon July 2 a, he received a Is to stand by our country when Its bullet in the shoulder and is ready honor or the liberties of its peoplo for duty again. are at stake, that wo are Americans NORTON BUILDING ut ho is gone and we first of all. fourth ant Jeff en on H, Owner OUR LIBERTY DAY. shall not soon see his like again. NONE PURER NONE BETTER Kentucky and the nation will be Saturday, October 12, Is the four lone without him. Peace, to his hundred and twenty-sixt- h anni The versary of the discovery of Amerashes and rest to his soul. Oemorratic party, through its reg- IptTtwlK td, AkMTl Nails SokrtifictHj TrsW ica. President Wilson has proularly constituted authority, lias, claimed it Liberty day and renominated Gov. Stanley for the ofDr. Uriah Z. Litsiy quests the citizens of every comfice which has been made, vacant munity In the United States city, CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, Chiropodjat by the death of Senator James, a town and countryside to celehrate for there is not 007 in his the day. The President $ splendidthechoice, one who measures within State proclamation says: Starless more nearly up to the high stand"Every day tho great principles Mmiliimi ard of statesmanship set by the late Both Pbe.: for which we are fighting take fresh Senator nor another upon whoso IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE told upon our thought and purposes Rhnnldnm ill ft crreat fnaso. of thn end dearer fallen James wlH so gracefully rest elected in November by an over-a-s and make it what wewhat the to and on tho shoulders of Kentucky's whelming majority. This preditclon muBt be It. We now must domore know mUitnnt Governor. Hn ia not. 1m- - Is mad by the writer not alone achieve known to the natie. nor the 'world because Kentucky is a stromf Bemo-an- d certainly than we ever knew Mm SATISFIES THAX LONQING. wky fre laea brought ais. paiy priH- emtte 8tt and has, with a few M. tepalty fixed haMt of great nation and Government we, jples n4 leaders when Tie figured minor exoapiienc, because it la national politic wlH stanT felm eleatiuc ita homOimx, but beeause leve inio existence, what S& zoo aUad hSht. Ha la Paaai. in Hits election artv dlseensioM sad powSf eJarer wul IXCOKF6RATE& thoroughly sence it is to be America's am, lent WlteM's peManal friend ad q'arrelB of to, the worM.'V LQUISVILL1. KV,, irustew eepnaeau, privilege to render W,rheciTY8s. ne imm. ne imvuvwn uo""i BREITENSTEIN MA- CHINE CO. 3 East Main Street Automobile Repairing, Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended Home Phone City 1533. To. P. 731-73Y. liar-moni- es rank and tile under tho united lead- erthip of u5iey. Bham, parn, KLL1ADLC UUIUE FUK DU Ca&trlll and Black will go to a man to tfte polls and elect all. Democrats, Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly and 'by o doing .honor the memory urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements of Senator James and extend a vote they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-er- a of confidence to our great President and his administration, and by accepting only firms ef known responsibility. serve a further notice on Kaiser BUI and bis Junkers that President Wilson is sustained and supported Phone City 6692 Home Phone City 6086 In 'his programme of "force without H. Platoff, Prest. P. FREDERICKS stint or limit" in pulling tyrants s, I. Bush, down from their strongholds and Dealer in & BUSH PLATOFF making tho world a decent placo In SCRAP IRON, METAL, Incorporated RAGS, Which to live. W. A. BYRON. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. GBNERATi CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Paper Stock A Specialty THE ROSARY. 6 Special Attention To Repair Work SOUTH FLOYD STRBBT Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Not on the flute, nor harp of many Bet. Market and Jefferson , strings OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. LOUISVILir-- KY. Shall all men praise the Master of all song, TUB SION OF QUALITY Our llfo is brief, one saifcb, and " SOUTHERN STAR" Highl'd 7411 art Is long; East 180 must be thq laureates And skilled SLICED BACON of kings. KENTUCKY H Rdy for Year Grtddt fas S foolish Silent, O lips that utter LAUNDRY 17. LAKLrUL -- IEK3 Sec-Trea- 214-21- CO. Incorporated 014-02- Moi-bIbs- HAMS, 2 LARD, SAUSAOH CO. Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn MUI9VIIiLK PROVISION (Incorporated.) Manager NATIONAL HATTERS pserazg PKavrDiKT auoouli TOM TOLAIIS, Prop. incorporate!. S2G W. Jefferson St., Loulsvlllo, Ky. km organized by itaMW to make Suits Pressed While You Wait. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phono City 1931 on furnlturo and other peronai & eny at You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and 10VTE8T XATXS. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bldr and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, S. E. Cor. Third and JeBersocv Attention and .Quality." Both Phonea. 2ISC. welj-knew- m Home Phono Shawnee 803 HENRY GOSS SAM L. ROBERTSON DENTI5T 900-90- CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBfc Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twenty-sixt-h St. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Loulsvlllo, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 868 REUTLINQER FIRE HALLER'S out-of-to- SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LHARY Loans to those having regular inHeadquarters (or comes or salary, with no publicity CITY AND FARM PROPJiWrX or red tape. Loans to housekeepers See na about anything I on their personal security. rwf estate. We sell, buy and rent F. R. POOLEY, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. al C. T. H. YANN DAHtY COMPANY Phone City 2771 INCOBPORJLTKD B68-51- 0. T. THOMAS ST. &, CO. 0 SOUTH WENZEL REAL ESTATE 530 WEST JEFFERSON STHJB I Both Phones 4262 Louisville, Ky. "SOUTHERN STAR" J. G. PULLIAM -- A MOVING AND PAOKINa "All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Motor Truck Express Morning" PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 231 West Green Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Home Phone City 9130 Incorporated Home City 2803 SLICED BACON '.;. JflS; . 7 iiaaB9iiaaiiaaaaaaHaV4VajBaaaaaVaBaaaaaliaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiBa o TljMOKERS V REPAm aV WORK A atnafmi n SPECIALTY hbm m jnr-awivega- FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. -- mr m FRED, HORNUNG.JR. arl ! PL v Trim, t""!!- - flu Tiir. WvrrJ 712 West Jefferson Louisville, Ky. J' I DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH? J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. Call Home Phono City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Home Phone Parkway 350 CO. Cumb. Phone South 2255-Y TYPEWRITERS i When in Louisville BE SURE TO CALL FOR dull-eye- McKENNA long-toalre- WEST HILL STREET ICOERNER & STRADER GARAGE Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen110 E. Main or 110 W. Main eral Machine and Model Work Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing Steel Stamping and Polishing a Specialty. Home Phone, City C648 Home, City 3481. : at the Storo Your Car 9 3 4-- 9 3 C WUEST BROS. WHISKY AND OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI KENTUCKY RIVER LINE J. S. JONES. Agent Fourth Phones: IT IS ALWAYS PURE. and River, Loulsvlllo Main 9214; City 416 : BEUTEL & FREDERICK FLORISTS Flowers for All Occasions. Design Work a Specialty. 1 South Brook Street 1220-123- Home, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-- A tL Hcfieima, Distiller, Fairfield, Hy, H. B0SSES0N and Maimers. BR GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. IS. SMITH, PROP. ! Embaiiheri STS. ioraijvxs: Funeral Director and BOTH PHONES 810. 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