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Kentucky Irish American 16. 1600 Taxicab, Auto, BOTH PHONES ' Private Ambulance INCORPORATED LMrinWe Carriage and Taileas Co. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. j'tf LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918. fered a higher prlco fer corn, victuals or other goods Ktanlthe Mayor and Council of Galway (1524) had offered was heavily flncd The Gild merchant In many cities possessed vast powers to prevent" "corners," monopolies and undue ''competition on tho part of "foreigners" of the Gild). . In many cases ho was a cmemoer or tne Town Council; In Dublin he was distinct from that body, 'at least in later mediaeval days. ,tAt any rate evidence Is clear andc- strong that his power was great and that the power vested In hint and the council proved an effective force for food J control. question of profiteering, Tho hoarding, tho "shortening" of flour by miller or baker, were dealt wl,tu In perfectly clear and unquestionTho composition of able rulings. the dally bread, tho mode of baking It and the price to tho consumer were set down for the guidance of the baker. In fact U. food stuffs were regulated according to tho torwhlch we Btandard for corn, have briefly referred. .'Punishment for tho selling of tainted meat was provided, as well as for the salo of spoiled fish and &t ale which did not measure up' tojstandard. In these and many otheiv cases the community Itself, not the State, was tho agent of tho law jtnd tho people themselves the 'seurce of the (non-membe- PRICE FIVE CENTS. POLITICIANS essKjHi' BBSBnSfeSRssiK BBSS BSBWVBPhBSBbL Amused at Attempts Chances. of Herald to Boost Dinner's Falling SBBBflBBBBSSSS'9BSSSSSaBriBSST ", ''fl' HM ? JW CAMP NEWS I v"V SI rs Nuns Are Doing Great Hospital Work For Our Stricken Soldiers. ,SVY BhbS v jtiS WtK&W lm ? Mi Dlgglng.Up Uio Old Settlers Seeking - Advertisement in thb ; Tress. hnnresbho Sight to Seo Whito Robed Sisters Moving From ;" Cot to Cot. -- Flro Department Endangering Lifo and Property of Louis Priests At Chaplains' Training T " viUc Citizens. t School Respond to Father Harrctf s Call. , -- KEYSTONER RAIDING MISTAKE. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS HELP.' are much amused at the press attempts of the iRepubllcan for Dr. to stir up enthusiasm Bruner, tho Republican nominee for United States Senator, tho Louisville Herald being a striking example. The Herald blazed the way to for the others by attempting feeling between the Beckham arouso and Stanley supporters, this being nullified when it was apparent to everyone that tho factional fights In tho Democratic party were over. Then a line of personal attacks on Gov. Stanley was begun, which fell through when it was seen that today is a much Gov. Stanley stronger man with the public than latest attempt Is the real laugh proold disSome ducer though. gruntled (Mugwump d'r Fuslonlst mossback is selected and gtyen big Bpace to toll why he is against Gov. thinking it Stanley, the Herald good campaign stuff while' the old hick Is tickled to get to sco his name in the paper. He would be equally as satisfied if it was signed for Tanlac or fo a testimonial Nuxated Iron. Coupled with the absurd claims of tho Herald for Republican prospects both together furnish much amusement. - Tho local Republican Committee Its campaign announces through . lOhalrman in a confidential circular distributed, bring out the big negro vote, which represents 70 per cent or moro of the local Republican strength, the exact peicentage of tho huge negro vote In the Republican party being bo embarrassing to the leaders that Republican .County, Clork Neutzel has refused to give out the exact percentage of negro Republicans in the paity. This is the first time County In local history that tho Clerk has failed to publish just how many white voters there are and how In Louisville this year Thoro's a many negro voters. reason, as they say In the advertisemachine ments. The Chilton-Searc- y realize that their only hope to beat Sherley lies in the fact that thousands of soldier boys and supporters of President Wilson will not got a chance to vote, aud to that end the Republican machine is figuring on of the Ignorant a combination negro vote and tho who hope to stah President Wilson through Congressman Sherley. Tho word has been sent down the lino by the Republican machine that the negroes must not be disturbed or arrested because of their voting value, and thereby hangs a tale. Two of the Keystono policetheir Instructions, men, forgetting gambling game raided a colored at Wells' barber shop, Twelfth street, near Maple, and the who didn't know any better even took tho take-o- They box say with them for evidence. tho colpred proprietor was highly Indignant and filed a hot protest with tho Republican leaders, claiming that the arrest had Injured tho feelings of sonic of his gambling patrons. AH had not suffered the Indignity of. arrest, however, the paroling Captain district pollco voters. some of "the Republican In the They iwere all dismissed Police Court. End of chapter on, In which no real harm was done, nearly but the second chapter caused a riot. The and conductor police had another lapse of memory and again raided the Wells' .barber shop gambling game, this taking place last Sunday. The howl that went up from colored sports cpuld be heard for a . taUe and they threatened to have the poor Keyatonera drawn and quartered and the Captain and officers in that district reduced to the ranks. The poor Keyatoners have been grilled terribly for their voters and Insult to the The all's well that enda well. prisoner' were fined in FINES Court (Monday and THE Charles Ogden, the SUSPENDED. Republican Congreaalonal nominee, was their attorney. Our eKtelent. Jailer of the reform administration, as styled by the of the Republican rea bureau - LoutavjJU Heaald, was again In the liw5U this past week, Common-wealt- h Attorney Joe Huffaker that Jailer Barr had farmed out "KM dwell, a negro prisoner, to act as fireman at the Law Building, Center and Green, weekly, for the .salary of .14.50 seventy-fiv- e wWle the State was paying cents per day toBarr for keep- ' lag tneprtooner. The Jalter said he was hfltttog out Mr, genders, the real estate nan, who had charge of the trattfttnc, sad the.. dally papers noting the fast that Mr. Baadera Is the Republican Cowwslt-Key-Btone- rs ut anti-Sherlown-looke- d Tlio Democratic leaders and members of the State Campaign Com-mltt- LaeaeaewaVr iLMsasS4' KHldBBafiBsVBBseHflBBBBsBBSBBBBBBsBsBp)- SBbI eo ENGLAND'S SING HONORS AMERICAN HERO. King George V. decorating an American officer who distinguished himself during the recent fighting on tho western front. when ho wa3 Inaugurated". Tho gressman Sherley on election day, the duty of these workers being to - Fifth ward and a hrntiicr.in.lnw of flheRlev Searcy. tho real Mayor of Louisville. Mr. Sanders' wife, a sister of Mr. Searcy, is Chief Probation Officer In the Juvenile Court. Councilman Sanders Is mighty lucky getting lauor ior $i.ou a ween uuu n Pood Control in tho Littlo Green mlirht Tint hn fl hilrt llln. for ho " Islo During tho Jliddlo and Jailer Barr to get together and Ages. help out Camp Knox, when they have shown such striking ability in meeting tho labor shortage. It was pointed out in tneao columns last week that Louisville Is The Present Rulings Have Interest- In real danger if we have a big ing Precedent in Medl- fire and this was exemplified last Monday when the misfit flro de rcval Times. partment mado sucn a mess 01 ine delay of fire on Market street, the mnv mlmitna In ppHInir water on the flames proving pretty serious. Question of Profiteering Dealt With are loua in xneir in Olcnr and Uiiqiiestlon- criticism of the poor work of the able Rulings. the Herald's press bureau of the City Hall haven't even tried" to explain the. showing of the Joke firemen. Here's one of- tho delays. A PEOPLE SOURCEOF THE LAW. flrd truck coming from tho East V.nA afallori In front Of the ui building .for, WhwiMer-aau,berTho system Of food control, nut In an emergency, The comeay Bre a largo men plied off ana tinKerea wun xne Into practice throughout engine during that time and con- - part of Europe, parts of Asia and oitltml with nun nnnthnr as to why In some of tho American countries, the "dern" thing wouldn't go, de have for their purpose the observanu ance of a mandate observed in many spite all their hammering tinkering. Finally a soldier In the places during tho Middle Ages, proA.......) rrnthnrAfl nrnnnrl ntonnpd for- - viding "the common first food of ward and told them In a disgusted poor and rich alike." The long tone to put the chain on xneir gear, period of.the reign of. individualism by tho which was tho cause 01 tneir trou Is thus being interrupted the recognition of the common weal on ble. After they had gono tho ono hand and by government soldier said he didn't know blind men were eligible for appointment interference in the matter of the food supply in tho samo Interest on In the fire department. wuy t,u. the other. Such recognition was Many nave wonaerea Dolh' .Itfln't trv Rnmo of his Ky- - one of the basic thoughts which inBtoners as traffic cops, as none but spired the philosophy and the social roni nnllpfimfin have been on tho order of tho Middle Ages, and food job slnco he became Chief. Some control, the control of the essential g Bay It was because tne oia moiur-me- n requisites for the physical of the people, was considered and conductor boys would only watch out for the street cars and not only a Tight but even a duty o pt else "run for by society, and its chlefest evervthlnc organ tho State. Many would cause Sweeney," which Interesting cases might be cited trucks ana autos 10 nave an auiw from the history of Italy and GerThere may be an nf niilRlnnn. other reason, as thoso In the neigh many to Illustrate this point A to Illustration borhood of Fourth ana ureen migm highly Instructive .ey- - tho samo effect Is offered from tho Thursday one or xne Bay. ctnnnra wnn tried out at that COTfaer history of Ireland by a contributor and became so soused before noon to the Irish Theological Quarterly. was Sean Gall tells us in tho article that he didn't know where nesema mentioned on to the that in the ages of faith on1 who phore wondering when that "gol- - tho primary duty of the Irish cor dernea" paraae was goias io em, poration was "to control all corn everything being a whirl before his coming into tho town, whether by appeared sea or land, to provide dally bread Lieutenant A vision. Not alike." when tho S. O. S. call was sent for all inhabitants out and led him back to tho Cen- morely food stuffs but practically two tho tral Station barn. In a day or Will all Imports were put beyond power of traders not satisfied with mill nn turnem chief Petty ..n do his well known act of stripping "an honest penny." The Mayor of a badge off tho Keystoner. ado io Kilkenny (1202) ordained "that no think tho public will have to stand assize of victuals (fixing their market price) for a raise In tho salary of the except by bo made in the borrough tho common consent of Keystoners. the Burgesses and the consideration Inlstloge (1206) of the Bailiffs." and Kells (1210) Issued similar regulations. ' Attempt at fraud by.4b.ose who wished to make unjust gains out of the common need was a dangerous game. Every ship entering Cork (1339), we are told, after paying customs had to enroll with the Bailiff of the town the master's nanio and the names of the con signees of all corn or other merBBBBBBTOSKBilBBB)SBBBBBBa' chandise. Every .buyer had to jQbsbbbbbbbbb! j9$& transact business by daylight, "before dinner;" he was hound te grant "lot" to all citizens who demanded "lot" of him .before sunset on the day the corn was bought. To rprevant deception In the purchase all buyers and sellers were urged to record their names, ihe quantity involved and the purchase price at the Gild Hall. To prevent secret baying of say a shipload of corn, it was ruled that before the cargo was unloaded all the various parties 'were to be enrolled at the Gild Hall, "on pain of forfeiture of the eorn." In the event of proven deception or improper collusion the buyer's goods were to aHHsBBsHsK be seised and their value given to the foreign seller (Importer), the forfeited corn was divided among the citlsenB and the price obtained paid to the Bailiff. The price 'for communal purjust chases, "an honest priee,"--"- a iJsV price," was find by the Corporation or 'the QUA i merchant. la the Corpor-ttorVaterford (HM-34)MAJOR OBR HUNTfiB. LTGOETT. srere common buyers for all Mjor 0n Li3tt, corps com- - imports Into the city and diatrflrated nuiMr oq In th Tint Anirl5n them to all "cttisens and of the same as they snail of cti lww!ere of the imy, Anyone who ot- victorious Amerioans in the prwnt see itehouftttll." man from tho IRELAND fH law. A return to the solldarlc spirit of that age would have a most BRITISH OFFICERS EXAMINING CAPTURED GUN. sowholesome effect on present-da- y ciety, albeit a return ,to tho forms Two British Tommies looking over a machine gun which they of organization and government of have captured from tho Huns. thoso times may be both impossiblo C. B. of C. V, and Imprudent. for my regiment and my work among my soldier boys. They have niS SUFFERINGS END. oeen a comrort and consolation to me. I can't tell you too much of Tho sad news of tho death of what splendid XellowB they are, and John J. Fltzcerald. Bnv I know they will be a credit to pastor of St. Leo'a church, Hightheir church and country. These land Park, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Of GIvo Up are my thoughts, dearest mother, tho United States to early Wednesday New York City, and I have requested Father Long morning, caused a feeling of real His Life For Our to deliver this noto to you In case Country. t am called home. With fondest love and affection I commend you, doarest mother, sister, to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. "Lovingly, your son and brother, Ono Could Not Fall in More f FIRST PRIEST Pi-Hin- Beautiful Cause Wrote Priest. "FR. ED." ALLOTMENT UNFILLED. es SSSSUsV aW,J1Lfc i fpfffffffsfl Gnsbcd Chaplain Sends His Mother Last Thoughts Written On Field. Li vaHL- ' - "r - FATHER " WALLACE'S EATI. lwelrefeH"teBwhSeerar t, well-bein- adailn-Istratlv- sRBHHbBBSBBBBBBBBBbT omclated when Father Fitz gerald was ordained a priest In the Cathedral of the Assumption in Loulsvlllo In 18 86. For a timo the young prleat was chaplain to the Loretto Sisters at Bethlehem Academy. He wont from there to Flaherty, Meade county, where In 1893 ho built St. Martin's church, of which he had charge for somo time. This church Is considered today ono of the finest country churches In tho diocese. From S:. Martin's Father Fitzgerald same to Holy Cross church, Louisville, which church he built In 1895 In 1896 he went to Shelbyvllle, where ho was pastor of the Church of tho for',,eleven years. Father Fitzgerald had labored In this dioyears and was cese thirty-thre- e known as a church builder. Twelve rears ago he was appointed to St. Leo's parish, just then , formed, where he erected and dedicated tho present handsome church, to which nas been aaaea a nne parocmai school and residence for the Sisters. disposition and an Of a. happy earnest worker, his loss will be keenly felt by both clergy and peo ple, who will not forget to pray for tho repose of hM soui. rue runerai was held Friday morning at St. Vincent Ferrer's, the great Dominican church of New1 York City, of which Father FttzgeraM's mother and sister were members, where he was an altar hoy and where he said his mass when In New Tork OKy. The burial was in Calvary eemetery, the body being laid beside that of his mother. May hie soul rest in peace. -- Rev. Edward T. "WallacS" of Brooklyn, who died in France recently, was tho first priest In the United States to give his life for his country and possibly the first clergyman. Father Wallace died of the effects of gassing sustained whllo ministering to tho dying on the battlefield. Father Wallace was commissioned a First Lieutenant on Soptember 27, 1917, and sailed for France last May. Ho was a son of of the Louisville Mrs. Mary Wallace,and 1063 Dean Borrow throughout served as diocese, this city and his parish, street, Brooklyn, Hamilton, N. Y., chaplain at Fort whore ho was loved by young ana for a while after his oidination. Ho old- - Father Fitzgerald had suf spoko and fered from heart attacks arfd of late was a eight languages fluently comand his health had been falling. Threo poser. skilled musician was thirty-thre- e Father Wallace weeks ago he left Louisville to years old to visit his sister, JIlss Mary Fitz a premonition ofand seemed the have folhis death, gerald, in tho metropolis, and the lowing letter to his mother and tilp proved too much for his failing sister Mary being sent to' iRev. John health, Father Fitzgerald was born In County Waterford, Ireland, on h. Long, of St. John's College, to December 6, 1859. A few years be delivered in tho event of his after tho death of his father, ana death: tho name of the Father, and "In only nine years old, ho came to this country with his mother and sister, of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. My Dearest Mother and Sister Mary: Who settled In New York City. It was tho good mother s ambition to As I write these lines I am under Into tho danger zone, see hor son a priest of God, so tho orders to go you to know that my young Irish lad was sent to school and I want to the Je3nlts in Now York until thoughts and feelings are of you spot on earth he wns sixteen years old. Then ho and that dearest home. went to St. Mary's Seminary, near called to tho I have commended Sacred Heart of Baltimore, where he was prepared myself for the priesthood. Bishop McClos-ke- y Jesus, which has been my greatest iSBflBXaBflBllfl CARDINAL'S APPBAL. V ei coos-monal- tv Cardinal O'Go&neM, of Boston, In appealing for Liberty bond sub scriptions said: "No one who re fuses to answer the call is a true American,, Let everyone who can do so at ogee- - unhesitatingly and gladly. God will help as only on condition that we do our full duty for Justice, for law ana an enduring peaee. Let ns do it now for God and America yes. more, for (Me and his worsi." comfort and consolation all through life. Next to God, I owe you, dearest mother and sister, all that I am. Youi good and holy llfo was a model which I strove to Imitate. Your love and teachings led me to God's altar, and in my own way I your holy have tried to follow God has been exceeding counsel. kind to mo in giving me first such a mother and sister and choosing" mo to bo ono of his disciples. I have tried to fulfil my duties as a priest of God to the best of my abilities. Realizing my many shortcomings and defects, I humbly ask God's pardon If I have offended Him in any way. I have found a refuge of consolation in his Divine Heart in life, and I have the same hope that He will grant mo an eternal refuge in the Sacred Heart In heaven.' "If God so will, dearest mothor and Mary, that I should be called home to Him, do not grieve for me nor murmur against his holy will. Remember He gave me to you and has an absolute right to call me when and where it may please Him. 4HbW BBBBBSItaKk N One could, not fall In a moro beautiful cause than to dlo for my God HBJnsK. sVSbm ana my country. As I write I can hear and see the glare of tho cannon. Yet I have no fear since God ItBBnSSsSsB&hW' is my protector. I have always remembered you, dearest mother, and Mary, every day at the altar. The 'tBSSnBBSXSSDBSBSBsVQBnvRslSTjrHSSSSBSBBJ happiest hour of the day was at holy mass, and oh, what a comfort 'iFaBBnBnSBBBBlHBnBnMBsSBBBSlSIBIlf and consolation my priesthood has been. I can never sufficiently thank God for his kindness to me the In giving me a vocation to priesthood. He has blessed me many kind friends, and I want with to convey my Btncerest thanks to them all. If I have ever grieved yon, dearest mother and sister, I knew you have long siitee forgiven same forgiveness I hereby meTh any whom I may have, of- J3Bbbm8ss1HMKmJbsbsLbsbsbbsbbsj ask of fended. Sheuld I be called to God GEN. PERSHING. I ask their, prayers. I ask that you Photograph taken immediately Inform the priests to have three masses said tor my. soul. after President Polncare decorated "Dearest mother and sister. I Gen. Pershing with the Grand have already told yon of my tore Cross of the Legion of Honor. T-t?-'- A Dublin correspondent writes that Ireland soon may become a. "patchwork quilt" of conscription districts and nonconscriptlon districts, according tqmembers of the Irish Recruiting Council, whoso al50,000 lotted time for raising to volunteers as an alternative 'conscription is drawing to a close. with the allotment as yet unfilled, rhe-- council, which Is composed of five Irishmen, representing all parties, has divided the country Into len districts, with aquota for each,' and has arrangeu with the Government that In districts which fill their quotas conscription will not bo applied, even though the total reof volunteers falls below tho quired 50,000 men. It Is generally predicted that somo of the districts will fall far short of their quotas. And there conscription Is expected to be inaugurated, even at tho cost of resistance. The objection of many young Irishmen to entering the army and the traditional Irish hostility to tho War Office Is being met by recruiting agents by pointing out the special attractions of the Royal air force. This service Is not under control of the War Office, and it has the added advantage of having many nonfighting positions. Political feeling runs high, how ever, and the class of young men who make the best soldiers, the "missile troops," aro not volunteering In large numbers. of the Two or three members party have Irish Parliamentary Identified themselves with tho re cruiting campaign, but the party as a whole haB held aloof. Side by side with the operations of the Recruiting Couricll, Col. Lynch, member of Parliament, Is conduct ing a crusado of his own, with tho flew of organizing a brigade which ho hope3 to command. Col. Lynch ought on the sldo of the Boers against Great Britain, but his feelings toward the present war have led him to lay asldo all racial feeling and como out on the sldo of Tho one thing that will stand 'out piomlnent In the records of Camp Zachary Taylor during tho influenza epidemic of October, 1918, will be the work of tho Sisters who came to nurse the soldiers in tho siege. They came at tho invitation of Chaplain Barrett, of tho Knights of Columbus War Activities, and have worked day and night in tho two emergency hospitals near the area of the K. C. building No. 2. Sisters from evory convent and Infirmary in Louisville and adjacent territory responded to tho call for aid and needed no Instructions as to their duties. The Sisters aro working In the barracks that were formerly sleeping quarters of tho men and have now been turned Into emergency hospitals. They work In day and night shifts and It Is a beautiful sight to see the d nuns passing from cot to cot during tho dark hours of the night, with never a semblanco of murmur or complaint, with a smllo for every man and never a thought of recreation or entertainment. The altar from building No. 4 of tho Knlght3 of Columbus has been transferred to the sleeping quarters of the Sisters, and mass is celebrated every morning by one of the chaplains. This was ono place Gunday where mass was read at tho camp, but of course only for the nurses In the service of tho United States. The Queen's Daughters, who havo been serving coffee and rolls to the Boldlers every Sunday morning, have not been idle, even though no men, are going to communion. As soon ' as they found their work was etopped they began to make bouillon for the base hospital and turned all of their efforts to helping the white-robe- sick men. Two entertainers of tho Knights of Columbus circuit were victims of chaplains was too small for tho work, and Chaplain Barrett commandeered all tho priests from tho chaplains' training school to "work day and night at the hospilaL It was one of moro oxamplo of having the school here at Camp Zachary Taylor. Tha chaplalnB responded willingly and tept watch at tho Knights of Columbus base hospital hoadquar-terattending to tho calls of tho Catholic men whom the Secretaries Day located In the big hospital. and night tho chaplains could bo 6een following a K. C. Secretary to tho bed of a dying soldier to give him tho last rites of hl3 great conchurch. This was tho solation for tho parents of the soldiers who came to tako their " the Allies, eons home after death "Prepared for death by a Catholic priest" nECOMES NOVITIATE. written on tho bottom of his hospital record card. It tho Knights Tho summer homo of the late of Columbus never do anything Cardinal Farlpy has been turned else during tho many years to come over to tho Christian Brothers of tho work of their Secretaries in tho Ireland as a novitiate. hospitals all over tho country will be a grand monument for'tho order. Ono of tho chaplains remarked: "Wo could never havo found the way to so many dying men it it were not for the K. C. Secretaries." This work was carried on from a HJBHBSSsSaSttsvsi Jbsssbssw tent which was erected at the hospital when It was seen that continuous service would bo required. Only ono sSBBfflsBBisMr5!lteJB building atman was left inTesteach BSBSSSKBSSBBBBnBBsVj K tho camp, the of BSSj BSSSSSSJSSSSSJSSSJBSSSSKSkf the staff being at tho base hospital working with the chaplain. Tho new school for chaplains s, -- a roller skater of much ability, died on Tuesday night, followed by Private Miller, who died Thursday afternoon. Both of these men were well known at all of the Knights of ColumbU3 buildings, and their deaths cast a deep gloom upon tho Secretarial staff, who knew them well. When tho work at tho base hospital became alarming on last Monday it was seen that tho Btaff of the Influenza. Harry Anderson, nnnnnd Hnrfne 4hn ntrnnV wrlfTi Hhf eight Catholic priests as candidates. This is about as many as were in tho last class. Until the present epidemic of .Spanish Influenza Is over the Red Cross will have charge of all activities at the base hospital. one-ha- lf fr SAFE OVHR. received a telegraphic message Monday announcing the safe arrival In France of their son, First. Lieut. Frank J. Hlgglns, who accompanied the division sent from Camp Shetfey to join the overseas forces. Lleat. y Hlgglns was with the First on the Mexican border, and is now with the machine gun force of the division. Mr. and Mrs, Hlgglns now have two sobs fighting the Huns, Joseph N. Hlgglns being with the Fifth Marines, who have fon victory after victory since the Aaaerieaa army atteeked and have steadily driven back The boys hope to meet each other over there. JCen-tuckthe-enem- Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hig-gl- ns 1 jazi&NiTTJCErvr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Devoted to the Social and Moril Advancement of Irish Americana and Catholics jjrx&xs amjekrioa: t FIGHTING IRISH France, SIXTY-NINT- Have you heard the news from far-o- ff How the "Yankee doughboy met tho And turned his front about? It's fit 4o ,mako you shout, Hun Exclusive City Sales Agents For Have you read the deeds of valor, That Is, those the papers tell, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PR1NT1NO CO., Incorporate. Publishers How tho Sammies used the hayonet PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c SUBSCRIPTION And sent many a Hun to hell? Matter. Ontcrcd at the Loulivllle Poatofflce ai Second-ClThen If you're noj. God knows you can't deny 1 Wait Qresa St AMtms all ConvtiunloatlMit to ths KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Tho deeds of tho "fighting Irish" Brought tears Into your eye. II Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. . I. RACINE TIRES Guaranteed 5,000 Miles MOORE 930-93- 2 &, CTVERS A Conscience" 2408 ERVICE E. C. STIVERS Every Tire Retreaded By Us HI I, "Retreading With JR. South 703r-PhonesC- ai pro-Germ- an 319-32- TOM i f49Wff9mt-fm9W49ff- MOOIIE, t Racine Adjustments SOUTH THIRD STREET Guaranteed 3,500 Miles sgsggaaatv fr.ta)4a lty niaNno3iAn'ls3avy LOUISVILLE, KY CARDINAL GUIDONS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 so nations must make reparation for the wrongs they havo done. That Is why Belgium and Franco and oven England speak of tho necessity of exacting reparation from Germany at the peace table. They know well enough the Catholic principles of Justice and they Insist upon the application of these to the conditions which havo been brought about by tho war. In this they aro rJght But tho dUttcuMy wl bo for Germany to mako reparation. A hundred years would not be long forgiveness, It seems but only yesterday When thoso boys sailed o'er tho sea To fight for peace and freedom, To die for you and me. TfflNGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN Copyright, FFWmD What was expected to he one of the greatest ecclesiastical celebia-tlon- s ever held In this country, the of His episcopal golden jubilee James Cardinal Qlbhons, Eminence and was to havo taken place tomorrow In tho Cathedral of the Assumption of the-- Blessed Virgin Mary at Baltimore, has been postponed in definitely because of conditions and tho prevalence ot serious mueaa throughout tho country. This action was taken at the express wish of tho venerable Cardinal, who ex pressed himself as believing that the present was not Just the proper time Of course for public Jubilating. there will will be a religious observance of the Jubilee, but this will bo without ostentation or public display. The Illustrious dean of the American hierarchy was consecrated Bishop fifty years ago, on August 16, but it was decided not to hold the celebration until tho fall. Cardinal Gibbons Is now tho senior member of the College of Cardinals. He was the youngest Bishop at the Council of the Vatican in 1870 and he Is now tho sole survivor of that historic assemblage. Cardinal Gibbons is revored by all true Americans, who pray tbat he may remain with us for years to come. VOTE FOR SID3RLEY. it Boems but only yesterday When the communique camo In That the Huns had met them down at Toul, And tho Huns, their ranks woro thin. And And now, ; LIKE A SEM Vx have ,- -r pv R6Ht yff99fim9i99m499fi Women's Shoes I You Will Like " C4cCcccc4Bt,,fjt),Jtt of me V CENTS'. them, In the brunt of tho German drive, Where tho Prussian Helots swarmed at them Liko bees from, out a hive. long as history's page Is turned. Which will o to the end of time So long will patriots tell the tale How tho Irish held tho line. Bo great God, we'vo found EEsS-- . foR TvTEKti oRcheta(i Five MWE. y(yJ7 r HERE J f J I rjiHE reputation of this house as etylo leaders for a great many i years lends tractive and each season vantage and authority exclusive to the models at- they ad- bring out, to your profit. enough for her to repair all tho unjust damage she has caused In this war. When a penitent sinner in the tribunal of penance Is unable to make restitution at once a promise Is exacted that he do so as far as he can and as soon as ho can, and not until that promlso has been given is absolution given. We rather suspect that this is to be the caso with Germany. The nations will have to rely on her promlso to mako restitution to Belgium and to France. When she comes to the peace table sho will have little left with which to restore. We assume that the day of peace Is not so very far off. But far or near, the duty of reparation will rest upon Ger many whenever the peace conference assembles. Tho only matter for dis cussion will be the extent of the duty and Germany's power of fulfilling It. TEACE They'll tell or bravo McKcnna And how he fought and died For tho land that gavo him freedom, With brave Riley by his side. How great Moynahan, There's an unusual degree of emartnesa and certain comfort In these shoes that will please you, wo are sure. tho Major, With gentlemanly air, Was like a fiend of hell let loose Before he got bis share. I Style 781 $7.0d Sec Today. Window. Prices aro consistent with these exceptionally splendid shoe3. Donovan and Stacum, Whom hostile bullets found, For whose every drop of blood a score Of Prussians hugged the ground. Of They'll tell of gallant Dowling, That Lieutenant of fame. Who led his men across tho Ourcq And no'er came back again. How the long grass of Villeseur Fero Was dyed thick with their blood, ZiiMMtawfi JMI FOURTH AVENUE &rffm5: AINU fc.MBAL.MERS. For the Yanks said: "You shall not pass," And tho Prussians said they would. And then there's Father Duffy, Tho chaplain true and bravo. Who urged the men to fight and die The Stars and Stripes to save. "Sixty-ninth," HOMIi PHONE 88 VtrVVtVVVVyVVAVVAVVVVVVVVV CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y - tiiC J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Kath-erln- Mrs. James Hallnan and daughters, MIsse3 Kate Hallnan and Mrs. s T. N. Aldridge, and Mrs. Emma Cardinal Bourne, Archbishop of Newman, who were with Mrs. o Westminster, recently dedicated a And hundreds of tho r..A. m AT JS50aO T3 Brennan. having been called !l icr. Those lads who fought bo well, here by the death of James Newwar shrine at tho old Aro dead and nevermore will wako man Brennan, which occurred at tho Church of Our Lady of Victories Their glorious tales to tell. Port Oglethorpe, havo returned to Miss Marie Conley was the at Kensington, In London. In tho guest of friends in Bardstown. their homes in Frankfort. course of hla address the Cardinal But bo long as tho desert air 11 H Hfl i Is heated by the sun gave a sturdy lead regarding the On account of the Board of Miss Durrett Oglesby Is spending And so long as the battles some time with friends in Florida. Health regulations tho wedding of issue of the war. His Eminence Of the righteous shall be won. Miss Mario Louise Scholtz and said in part: "Be not misled by NMlss Helen 'Bond, of Versailles, Charles Francis Ellerhorst, of some of the pernicious things that So long shall the laurels was hero 'the past week visiting Bellevue, Ky., which was to havo Of that gallant Irish corps are occasionally said and written taken place Wednesday morning at Mrs. McAlpln. cherished 5t. James church, was solemnized 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, today about peace. Often we aro BoAmongst Itsby all Yankeodom fighting lore, Dr. John T. Chawk and John Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the told that It Is the greatest blessing Malachle McCrystal. McDevitt-ar- e at Oklahoma CAtv on home of the brldo's parents, Mr. ville. uua caa.uesiow) ouiiicisaot- unless . , Scholtz, in Windsor a business trlpTI v PETER TENCE COLLECTION. founded upon justice." Do not bo Place. TERMS OP PEACE. Mrs. Robert C. Judge spent a carried away by formulae, such as The following appeal has been few days' last week with friends In NOW IN FRANCE. 'no Indemnities and no annexation,' Issued in behalf of the annual Peter New York City.' Several of the nations allied with because justice may demand indem- Pence collection: .rv Sergeant G. Boyd Chester, of the Germany are making overtures for uumut iitaia onno auuoiK UOIHO Ijity xvun a Mrs. Mary Noonan has post- former First Regiment, Is now in peace. The pressing needs of tho sovThere Is no need of any nities and annexations, and to get f H-peace without justice Is to get peace f poned Indefinitely the luncheon an- France to do his bit toward ending Hi ereign Pontiff make it imperative preliminaries on their part. The is not that an extra effort be mado on our nounced for today. way is open and plainly marked out that would not last, and worth having." part to meet them and to afford Mr. and 'Mrs. J. J, Driscoll have for them. If ever a man made his paternal comfort to his heart, moved Into their new homo on aaaaaaMUlllllllllllHaBlllllHi position clear to oven tho most ATTENTION, Thirty-fourt- h bruised as it Is with the woes of street. obtuse, President Wilson did In his the warring nations. The ottering Tho turfmen and racing en- to the Holy Father on this occasion last word lotting the world know Mrs. Nellie Connlff has been what America Is fighting for. The thusiasts of tho Now York vicinity will be a proof of our sincere loy- visiting her mother, Mrs. Adelo President told tho nations nothing havo raised nearly two million dol- alty, filial love and genuine devo- Connlff, nt Irvlngton. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. of Christ. The new, nothing but what ho has told lars for Liberty bonds and their act tion to the Vicarobligations burdens and Mrs. George Mulligan, who have "MMaBUlHl the moment we entered is coming in for a great deal of grown Increasingly 'great and tho been ill at her apartments at has aaBlllllllllllllllMB'i' them from the tho war. Ho declares that the Gov- praise. This is respectfully referred nations that formerly supported Old Inn, Is again able to he out. ernment of the United States In to near Mayor Smith, Chief Petty generously the varied activities of the Mrs. Florence H. Dawson, of reduced to her peace demands" stands on tho and the local administration who dire Holy See are now of tho war Now Haven, has been visiting here, &. ' VaHkB BllllllllSMf necessity because Ho distinguished themselves by trying of elemental Justice. Arm basis BOTr PHONES 810. that flamed over the entire con- the guest of Mrs. .W. F. lillilllllilHwill hrook no compromise of prin- to stop racing hero recently and tinent of Europe. In these days, i hate, ciples that are eternally right. Ho were small enough to forbid the mado terrible with burning SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. BlV with bloodshed and with slaughter, Miss Celestine Greenwell, of Now .,BBiAaflSamaS BUM. makes it plain that he is speaking raco band playing in our streets. tho figure of Benedict XV. stands Haven, has heen visiting her KtL v 'H iBsiBBsam not only to Germany but also to as the savior of the nations. brother, Martin Greenwell, and forth WILL PAY WELL. our associates In the war. To the sweeps over tho family. With a vision that world he sees enemy ho gives the terms of peace, of sub faithful service given to her Divine Few persons purchasing the pres- stituting moralthe necessityheartless Mrs. R. R. Grady, after a visit force for Master. Besides her mother and unconditional surrender not only of ent Issue of Liberty Loan bonds greed in the guidance of the world's to her son, Lieut. Will H. Grady, father she leaves one sister, Miss arms but of all selfish alms. To realize that if thoy to her homo has returned at Minnie Hunold. The remains arcontinue to hold affairs. those that are associated with us In tho bonds to maturity Within six months our rived here Thursday and the fu the .total own dear tho past has been forced Trenton. country the war ho says tbat they must amount of uncompounded Interest neral took place yesterday morning Funeral Directors to enter tho conflict and American W. Mllliken and wife visited in from the chapel come Into tho peace conference with they, will of tho mother receive from every and were to the last nouso at Loretto, and was attended clean )mnds, without hope of terri- bond will bo approximately ?100 Catholics have trooped to offer colors,' Lexington Prof, week Mrs. Virgil the war. Embalmers. ana their guests of only ready and anxious He is a son of Mr. and by many friends and relatives from or commercial spoils of war. f 15 less than torial Mrs. John F. Chester, of 1911 First this city. tho original $100 they lives for the flag undor whoso pro- Chapman. tecting folds they have enjoyed There must be no war aftor tho paid for tho bond. This, Btreet, and has a brother in the jltxceir however, liberty and the peaceful pursuit of Mrs. J. H. Haager is visiting service. Sergeant Edmund A. Cheswar, no secret treaties or under- - is ARRIVES SAFELY. the case, as tho bonds bear 4 Telephone 1022. happiness. They havo answered tho relatives In Chicago, during the ab ter, who has gone along to help standings. Tho nations must deal per cent, interest and run to 1938, trumpet call promptly and gener sence of Col. Haager, who is in him out In cleaning up the Mr. and Mrs. John M. Casey, of their cards above board and play the twenty yeaTS. Each year's ously, because thoy love America the West on business. Shelbyvllle, received the past week interest with game square This pronouncement is a sacred and an enduring afs the RATTERMAN card of the safe ar- JOHN B ?1.25, so Sorgt. Edward Morrlssey Is again sounds a new hope lor humanity. It twenty years that at the end of fection, based on the teachings of ENDS nOLY LIFE. rival in Prance of their son, John the total will be ?85 the church which mould and back at Camp Tyler aftor a week's Michael Casey. Their other son, may seem bold, but the IPresident of on every FUNERAL DIRECTOR $100 bond. Then when tho strengthen the moral fibre of the visit with his sister, Mrs. Bernard A most holy and devout life was John D. Casey, has been trans the United States has a right to time patriot's heart. But while we thank Brlslan, In Frankfort. brought to a close on Monday ferred to Camn Zachary Taylor. of maturity comes the owner make the terms of peace. He could gets back his and country aro when the Angel of Death visited Those who know tho boys feel con- 2114 WEST A1ARKET STREET full $100, thus re- God that church they have always united today, as Mrs. Ji. Lawless and daughter, St. Josoph's Academy at El Paso. fident thoy will render a good acclaim that right because his nation ceiving Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland for hls.orighial $100 been In the souls of our Catholic Miss Annie, of Kansas City, are vls- - Texas, and took to its eternal re- count of themselves. is making victory possible. He does payment.?185 West 1107a. people, with an unbreakable bond Itlnir Mrs. Lawless' brother, John ward the soul of Sister Ann Henry dicclaim It because his terms are can (Marie Hunold), beloved daughter DOJHNIOAN NUNS NURSING. Many people would like to know of loyalty and devotion, we of not Moran, in Jeffersonville. tated by the eternal principles of ioso sight of the figure the of Henry and Eva 'As Wtaf to Yo as tbe Nearest Ptosa" Hunold, 524 peace why the Cornier-JournQulnn, who has West Walnut street. right. And every advocate of advocates Father of the Faithful, who offers Mrs. Charles The entire teaching staff of Holy Sister Ann been seriously ill at her homo, Gil Henry was twenty-thre- e the opening of tho Public Library solace and counsel to all alike. years old Rosary Academy and St. Louis with justice stands behind him. Theso words are truer now if East Seventh street, New Albany,! and was from childhood a member Bertrand's school FLOWERS on Sunady and leaves out the have been at FUNERAL than they were when of St. Mary's church, where she Camp Zachary Taylor helping to REPARATION. churches. Are not the good hahlts anything year ago. They speak writ- Is reported to te improving. ten one with was educated by the Sisters of nurso the soldiers during the In Inculcated by the church more an appealing force that will go A Special Spray $3.00 J. W. Watkins, H. Sigman, T. A. Loretto, and from where she en fluenza epidemic. Four of theso One of the big questions to be necessary and beneficial than those straight to the hearts and souls Oakley, Miss G. Coburn and Mrs. tered that order. For the past five brave and devoted Sisters aro now In the discussion of ultimate to settled be acquired at the library? that will listen to its touching call J. Morris were Louisville people years Sister Ann had been teaching suffering from tho plague, which A Special Wreath $5.0t past week. 'peace terms, as the Tfue Voice assistto generously to music ana art in tne Indian Ter- they contracted while performing There is a time for all things and ancecome the Holy Father the enable seen In New York the of to ritory, but recently was transferred their duties as nurso3 at the camp. points out, will be the matter of tho church should receive first con- him to carry out his sublime mis was to El Paso, where she engaged in Mrs. Georsre Keenan. who reparation due by Germany. There sideration on Sunday which Is not sion. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Denny nursing our sick soldiers. She posFORTY nOURS' PRAYER. Belgium to be is the violation of HInes, In the Highlands, nas re- sessed a most cheerful and kind a day for unnecessary labor anyway. atoned for. For iour years NorthVsslW LOOKS AHEAD. turned to her home at tHarrods-bur- disposition, ever willing and eager In two churches of the city, St. to perform charitable deeds and Philip Nerl and St.. Aloyslus. the A Dominican ern France has been devastated by nun wrote the fcurftAmxLfl5s, Looking ahead a year from extend a helping band and comfort- Forty Hours' Prayer is appointed the Invader. Italy has also suffered words to the hymn for our soldiers five years from now, what do now, you Mrs. Edward J. McDermott and ing word to those In distress. Her for tomorrow, the services to beln .. .. a.. but not to the same extent. The and sailors which is sung to the see for yourself? Are you work- daughter, Mis Susan McDermott, presence was always sought and It with the hleh ma, and rnntln.iA riawm JSverywnoroevacuation of Belgium will not undo well known ehureh hymn of "Mary, ing and planning now to increase returned Tuesday from New York, was one of the Joys of her life to until Tuesday. In case the Influ your earning capacity In the next where they had been spending sev assemble the pupils and Sisters of ensa epidemic cotlnues and the the crime of 1914, which has been Help Us, Help, We. Pray." ten years, or are you letting the eral week. her order and spend the time in churches of the city remain closed continued for four years; neither future epidemic it adding do you take care of itself? Where 1 Judge John A. Fulton and 'Mrs. pleasantto intercourse, sne was a the devotions will be deferred. The influensa VV-JVoJswill a retreat from France repair ejwect to land? Five years all, to no narrow circle friend that has been lo the uncertainty of life. Now Is a seems a long way to look Into th Fulton, of Bardstown, announce were her acts of friendship conthe destruction WARNING SOUNDED, wrought there by the ruthless in- good time tor negligent Cutbollec to future, jou say. and peruana you the engagement of their daughter, fined, but they extended far and great hardFulton, to Sergt. with equal beneficence to all. Subbe feel It Archbishop Muadelein. of Chi vader. Where injustice has been reform their lives, beg God's pardon ship that youwould have a to continue Miss Margajwt Barry J. Meehan, son of Mr. and lime "was her faith in her religion, cago, warned the National Catholic to to go to confession. done the church teaches that the and wed- and when aware that the end of War Council Tuesday studying along a certain line which Mrs., William T. Meehan. The not to be is you know would benefit you greatly. ding will take place in November. life's pilgrimage was near at hand mued into inaction by tne cry that first conlitl6ir of forgiven 426 W.MAHKCT II should work for an American But when this five years has passed she was neither terrified nor dis peace is near. restitution and reparation. One. who "It would be a LOUISVILLE,. KY. peaoe, and not a peace fixed up by and you And that you are not bet The marriage of Miss Florence mayed, but calmly and serenely she dreadful thing If, .because of our goods retains possession of A complete line of Fiiraltwe at Xnr-opter off than you are at present, with Lytton Buck and George 11. Bar- awaited the coming of the mes- haste into peace now, any country or who refuses to make good m far the moaarehs and cabinets of just so many years out from those rett took place at the rectory of senger that jwas to hid her lay down should ever be forced to go through prices that are always the lowest. damage he, has as he is able the In which you must make good, you St. Brigld's ehureh Thursday after- life's burdens and go with him to again the travail that has been suf- Satisfaction guaranteed. noon, Rev. Father Jansen officiat- receive her reward. Though now fered by (Belgium, France and American valor on the battlefield will regret the time wasted. , caused in vain would seek absolution young you a picture in your ing. the her Just as the individual had much to do with the torn of J Havesomething Is going to mind couple After on aceremony theto Cln- - gone to long heavenly reward she Serbia." he' declared. "But our material way In the han.la nf n,ui. of his eln turn! bridal tour left will be "that remembered for the destiny is in safe hand," he added, dent Wilson, whom we lmplicity must restore as a prcreijuierto for. things. cmnatt and otner poims. yy excellent works performed and the "First, those of God, and in a trust." In every section of the United States the sentiment is growing that men should he sent to Congress and the Senate who will be loyal to President Wilson and his war policies, and the people of Jefferson county should fall In line by giving Swagar Sherley a decisive majority in the coming election. Congressman Sherley as Chairman of thp Appropriations Committee Is closely allied "with tho President and his war Cabinet and not to return Mr. Sherley to his post would be a reflection on the loyalty of Louis- WITH VALUE. I SOCIETY. I HmilMHHHJHttmHt4H DOUGHERTY & McRUOTT! - fFunerai Directors and Embalmersf BOTH PHONUS. H -- tn ituflmiii ttttimil tllllUlllllUHIIIlt f )matCtWflWItaatH GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director f Funeral and Embalmer Bmlt T BbTHBHH ! eBiittfja).at,; and -- H. BOSSEaSON A sio A.vrrjrsi oyer-sea- al -- Jfrod Mnbi O g. n. nr"'88pn - m. e. I I wvr 'V icjrrtTOBCY xstxas: ajs&ewlxcajx:. '(gf ' JffiWJffMMm JBWST What are YOU fnr UO: VlVEJLJ.J, I : 1 ' Xt?:r tor - .. TCf '- j tX The voices of a million and a half of our boys in France are r' k .s3ft- .'...i.r-'ii'i- . &? i ifcas.-.-- ' iHS-j!- . VfV'i sSSC?: ''' tj?r -" -- v ', '? ;. -- ! ; asking, yon that question. Another million and a half will soon be asking it. These mien are giving their lives for your freedom they have a right to ask what you are doing to help them. They need your help, and if you give it quickly you will help save the lives of thousands of our boys. i . :''; .,. V .,- - .' ' We are working day and night to organize, train, equip and trans- port an army of four million men to France. While we are working, our boys over there are dying. The longer it takes us, the more lives will be sacrificed. Don't you be responsible for any of the delay do your duty promptly. f ,; '. . - Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds Believing that it is the duty of every person who enjoys the freedom 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 pi the Fourth Liberty Loan: 4'ii t. M-- ' "Don't let the SON go down" now and pay for as you go along will prove a splendid investment that will pay you a good interest every six months. After the war, the bonds will be worth more than you paid for them. Don't hesitate to, do You don?t have to pay all cash for your bonds. You; can make your first payment from cash in the bank, and take care of the balance out of your daily, weekly or monthly savings, The forced saving you do now will mean a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy JOHN: P. HASWELL, JR., Ohairnat ' A. T; HWtT, Leufcville . W; L. MtlXCW, Benton W;' T. FOWLER, HopMnsville JOHN" H. GILLIAM, Scottsville ' ' , your duty and 'do it quickly. ; Patriotically Donated By Republican State Campaign ALVIS S. BENNETT, Secretary. D. 0, BURK, Biadfordsville. OHAS. W. WHITE, LoukviHe JOHN Jt CRAIG Covington, ED. 0. O'REAR, Frankfert ,v ' .V - water Ltbc H' (which Gomi Shall, hlt- - each on lippoj.. the il'lte.that to atr'i'' ,.!,. 'V JAMES F. RAMEY, Speakers' Bureau. WALKER, Treasurer. ;; t, JU MUSS, Puieville w. u. smsiDyyuie T. AViFIELD, AAland OHAS. A. SEGNER, Louisville FRED A. VAUGHAN, Painteville HARRY GIOVANNOLI, Lexington L. Wi BETHURUM, Mount Vernon. W. H, JONES, Glasgow r.Iie "Don't Kg aTc SON culty lir ;iy s 1 ' J' down." H f S' jxaa, ''OMl! ? .' s4 9XCMXDaXMX rmm;. .'v.,1- I - t- , . w '.. ,; '.. v iodito3bcy iRi&xi a.?vls&jj:djsjsc. Qfj DON'T WAIT TO BE DRAFTED! VOLUNTEER AS PATRIOTS FOR GOVERNMENT WORK! . Carpenters 60c, Laborers 35c Per Hotm LODGING FREE! The Government at Washington has called upon the citizens of KENTUCKY at once to furnish the men to build or lose from the State entirely the wonderful Camp Henry Knox at Stithton, designed to be the greatest Artillery Training Camp in the United States. The credit and good nameof the Commonwealth of KENTUCKY must be upheld. And the State MUST NOT lose this great plant, calling for an investment on the part of the United States Government of from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000. Op to this time the work has lagged for want of men. It Jls now up to the men of Kentucky to volunteer, or be forced to do so later on. There is no middle course. TEN THOUSAND WORKMEN MUST COME FORWARD CARPENTERS AND LABORERS Tho fair name of tho old Commonwealth the Fourteenth. State to be admittcdih ' the Union is at stake in tho National Capital and before the Country at large. "Wages arc high and are fixed by the Government. Carpenters GO cents an hour. EMPLOYERS NOTICE IMPORTANT. Laborers 35 cents an hour. Carpenters and laborers work ten hours each day, receiving pay for eleven hours. Saturday afternoon and Sunday work (not compulsory) double pay give up some of your men at once and adviso them If your work is for carpenters; time and a half for laborers. to go to Camp Knox. If tho call for Volunteers is not heeded you may bo required 'to Free sleeping quarters provided with new cots and blankets. Meals 30 cents each. shut down completely. Wo do not wish to do this by compulsion. Transportation free to laborers and charges afe advanced to carpenters from any ibint We must have ACTION. The work is Vital. This is no time for in the State. It is Imperative. SANITARY CONDITIONS ARE OP THE BEST- Be a Volunteer and Go at Once! Camp Knox was selected for a permanent site because it is located on the highest MEN, MEN AND MORE MEN TO SAVE KENTUCKY! point of land on tho Illinois Central between Louisville and New Orlens. Camp Knox has r, one of the best health records in tho country. drastic action if the call for volunteers is not , This is an EMERGENCY necessitating heeded. PATRIOTIC WOMEN OP KENTUCKY When the order came from Washington telling what Kentucky had to do to save man in the State, not engaged in other War IndusSco to it that every Camp Knox for the State, Federal Director Pratt Dale, of tho United States Employment 2 tries, volunteers his services at high pay, to help get this great permanent Kentucky camp Service for Kentucky, immediately held a War Council of affiliated interests, composed of ready for the bravo boys of this Commonwealth and other States, now billeted in tents at Major W. H. Radcliffc, Constructing Qaurtermaster at Stithton; John' Griffiths & Son Camp Taylor and West Point, so they will not have to suffer the privations of General Company, builders of Camp Khox for tho Government, and 0. L. Taylor, District OrganWashington and tho Continental Army at Valley Forge. izer of Kentucky, United States Public Service Reserve; Edward W. Hines, Stato Chairman, State Council of Defence. Determined action was decided on. All Government If it is not your own son who must be housed at Camp Hnox this winter, it is the-bo-y ' of some other mother all of them training to protect our Liberty in tho great fight agencies will bo invoked to secure the necessary men. for Freedom. Let the word go out broadcast of Kentucky's need of men in this greatest of huand necessary patriotic work, it Provided men do not volunteer for this well-paimanitarian war works housing our soldiers. is tho duty of every loyal Kentucky woman to report them to the nearest United States Let it go out at once. ' ' Employment Service, just as they would a Hun bpy or an Army Slacker. Preach it from the Pulpit. y ' : i.'.'-'-V'u' ' ' Show them their Duty! . rV'---; , Shout the need from the housetops. . f.,r. !,". .Make them Volunteer l:T ,.v.jc ' v-x urgaiiii'.o uiu workers at once wu repuru mum. wryuur ueurcBi, uxuiuuiauibvsiiiii., l Take their Places! j.Jiuj'iucill' ucivii; ul tu jruui viriuxijr vuaiiuiuu, uiiibuu Kritityo i uuiiij mciwv xvtaci t Uiw J CAMP KNOX MUST BE READY DECEMBER 1 IT CAN BE DONE WITH YOUR HELP Georgia furnished 5,000 men to save its picric acid plant raised them in two weeks. Before cold weather set$ in, barracks at Camp Knox to shelter not less than 30,000 This is imKentucky can do ever better. Army Boys, and stables for at least 15,000 animals must bo completed. . j; Major Radcliffe says: "Every nail you drive, every brick you lay, every bit of real perative. d can complete quarters for not less than 50,000 Kentucky work done, will add to the growing load around tho Kaiser's neck. Tho war won't job, all soldiers and 30,000 animals in that time, if all work together. It is a wait!" Men and Women of Kentucky Do your duty for your Country and your right, even for Kentuckians, but it can be done, as Kentuckians rfever fail in what they f and help us to Protect YOUR Boys. undertake. Communicate at Onco With Any of the Following SUPERINTENDENTS OP THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICES , , At Any of the Following Places: Covington; Paducah; Middlesborough; Bowling Green; Ashland; or to Louisville, 525 W. Market St.; Lexington, 129 Market St.; Your Own County Chairman ot tne u. . uduc service Reserve. 1 (Sienedj u. PRATT DALE. jreaera .Director, OT . ximpioymem service.1 & ' i FRANK L. McVEY, Stato Director, U. S. Public Service Reserve, ', : Kentucky Council of Defence. E. W. HDNES, 011111 ,. non-essenti- .. . , $g L - shilly-shallyin- g. $v . able-bodie- d d 1 - ':"'. v , . " . .. . -- m vV - Full-bloode- man-size- d Com-mqnwea- . . 1 "-- , V CATHOLIC WAK COUNCIL. OOVIHODY High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal ywr "ComThe State of Georgia has remittee of Bishops may choose. The pudiated Tom Watson, thus maintasks which face the church In taining the dignity and honor of its America are countless. The Na representation in Congress. After vvhjch directs and controls, under tional Catholic War Council there- - being silenced by tho United States fore alms frankly toward the amalguidance of the hierarchy, all. the SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Catholic activities Government through tho On Tlmo Deposits 0Mm0 in th ''nHBamatlon a of allthat the church will sion of his infamous sheet, suppresway in such the war. Tho National Catholic war k.e enabled Hundreds are joining: our War Savings Club. One dollar's the because of the principles James B.- Brown Council was formed for a double sponsibilitiesto meetnow historic rePresident rest upon advocated, which proved him an worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings that Henry J. Angermoler..Vice President promote tho spirpurpose first to James J. Hayes .....Vice President itual and material welfare of the her. enemy to America, to freedom and deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. rSHH C. M. S. Hebel .Vice President United States troops during the war to democracy, lorn. Watson went to BLUB TO GOLD. John S. Alters............. wherever they may be, at home or .Caahler ...jVsst. Cashier Oscar A. Block.... abroad; and secondly, to study, co- There's a service flag with a star FJorida, where he was said to, be very sick. Several weeks ago he H. J. BANNON, .PreiMwt and Hunger. A. P. Ramser. P. BANNOH. JR., Vice Pn$. and Treu. ordinate, unify and put in operation Asst. Cashier of gold suddenly emerged from obscurity all Catholic activities incidental to Where a blue star shone before; and the. sick room (?), reappeared the war. In outlining the work to be accomplished the leaders of the And a mother prays "Thy will be In Georgia, and declaring 'ho would I! done!" die of he were not National Catholic War Council realThough her heart with grief is actively melancholiaIn ifwork, entered engaged ized tho necessity of bringing the o sore. message of patriotic service into But anon the gloom of her lonely the Congressional race. By "work" J! Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Tom meant of course the hurling of every Catholic home. Tney saw room Barmen's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, ' 2 vile and venomous attacks against likewise the necesity of giving a 2l-- 2 Lbs. For 65c Seems cleft by angel wings, Wall Coping", Drain Tile, Vitrified.BricK, J the Catholic church. Having anfirm direction to the activities of While a voice that sh'o Connounced his candidacy for A CC7FEB THAT IS XSBWX TO ZT8 TXSTB OOTf the Catholic forces of the nation in Thought now hushed would be Fire Proofing", Flue Lining", Fire Brlcb gress, he forthwith declared that such a way that these might coQUAUTX. To her this solace brings: Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. he would run on an operate with tho Government to brave boy died that other nl.itform. "Rut tho best nfionlo of their fullest extent In winning the "Your boys ... v. J. -- . 3Vt. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. n present war. ueurgia uuu uuu ouuugu ui iumiv .Might learn that wars must Watson. Importer and Roaster ot High Grade Coffee, Sold Georgians may be said that no corporate Whatever It CUMB. MAIN 507, PHONES CITY cease; Direct to Consumer. might have thought of him In other body In the United States was so WORKS-Thirtee- ntk years, they demonstrated to him in easy to adjust along national lines For other boys are mothers' boys, and Breckiaridge and Ninth and Magaolia. 313 W. UAXXXT ST. SOUXSTZUUB, XX. And brothers should have peace. tne political campaign just cioseu Return this advertisement frith remlttaaoo End we as the Catholic church. The lead- You may not have another boy i that they would have no more of K. I. A. will ship Coffe-- by Parcel Post, all chances prepaid. ers of the National Catholic War To him, that he had been weighed in Council aTe tho fourteen Arch- You'll comfort you, but, then. find a balm In Mary's heart, the balance and found wanting. He bishops of tho United States, who For her Son died for men." was defeated in his Congressional act through an Administrative Com Edmund A. Knoll. aspirations. The sensible, Intellimitter composed of four Bishops gent, educated, patriotic contingent Bishops Muldoon, Schrembs, Hayes HARVEY-JELLIC- O NEW ALBANY. of Georgia rallied together and Russoll. With. Bishop Muldoon and Where work Is qslcMy The dedication of a service flag have relegated him to the back- Where the home as Its Chairman, an Executive Com- brightest; done; containing twelvo stars will be a woods to which he belongs and S luuiee iiitstim iur we jiuijmjw ui i (INCORPORATH3 Where cooking seems feature of the observance of St. Ed- - where 'he may seek comfort in his Where the work discussing all national Catholic war mnyii'a I4'H rut., lightest; real ran; ii lit nir ....fli.M Jm .. ' RCL1Y111BH. (UUllUlliet) IB cuiu.,nup Half t riy 1 Ul iviuuiivn 3ai. wv. .ai- melancholia and defeat with the -- -poed of the four Bishops, six mem-- j ..rnra, rViTnminiltti-i- . rWErvttcrlin'a rtt SJf croaklne froes and owls and bats. Where the meal Is ""o- Where baking gives bers of the K. of C. Wat Council Jonn, of New Albany. On the same aye. and with the polecats, of which species he was declared by a and sis memoers at large, 'mere ay bi. rnereas Auxniary win Where drudge la est ef the range ataads DISTRIBUTORS OF THE also a General Committee for serve the Feast of St Theresa. great American statesman to be tne Where test sight the the purpose of discussing national Members of fit. Edward's Command press representative. Exit Tom the where That's That's where the questions whenever tne occasion ery will receive holy communion In Watson. May his like never again Qalek Meal" "Quick Meal" imw aTiss. This General Committee Is a body at Holy Trinity ohurch at disgrace or east into shadow the la. eomposed of two representatives, 8 o'clock mass. Preceding the mass sovereignty of any State of this by the great and glorious Union. Wo conone clerjoal and one lay, iram each the flag will be blessed geld, Iastalleil Bad Highly Iteeemmaaded Qalek Maal Gaa fta from Rev. Father Curran, ehaplaln of gratulate the State of Georgia upon diocese; two representative $6.65 eash national Catholic society, two tne eomraandery. A patriotic service its repudiation and condemnation of of the OathoHe will be hfd at 8 e'akvok at night the "slacker," the bigoted, unpatri d-brifcrepresentatives ' witk xmJj Tothm cash. . Mxt Tom Wafeon. otic, FrK AscoeiatioB, two repreenta- - at Holy Trtelty shni1 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Fifth and Blarkot Capita! and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 Tlirco Per Cent. Interest Paid Oor. - A handbook of the National Catholic War Council has ibeen written tor the purpose of describing the organization of this national body at large as the Administrative lives of tho. Federation of Catholic GEORGIA Societies and such other members AND TOM WATSON. Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS rrt,ti flHSHlitllllE) P. Hulloy's New Blend Coffee aaa.BM.fte.s4aaac.Aat RANNON PIPP CO antl-Cathol- JOHK e lc X&XJXsXsOTT L-- .1 I 573-178- f COAL CO. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In 4a-ligh- t; - - SERVICE) r.r uj UfV - ou-I- s . rdr PER TON. K Ct oUM, w. . market st I 2? i': Km!-- Jv Wity, -- '. XCBXK'XCJOKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS ,. ': xl.fkfci Jr. . t . !.- i American arc earucoyj Kederspl the Wt.-x.n - IRISH tip? yodp JLZA3&7&XCAJSP. KNIGKTS OP HIBERNIANS. LADIES' HATS i$Lo6k tinged 4o patronize advertisers whose announcements, they find in these colums". We aim to protect our readers' by acceptingJonly firms of 'known responsibility1' ' n c 2J : K.enUCKy-iins- i and felt hats, "and hav. What They Have Been Doing cleaned, dyed and reshaped. them? Late News That Will Interest We Members Here and Else-- ; the Past Week General new styles. First-clahave twenty-fiv- e work. YoUr old hat inade NewsjNotes. fc where. "v"" new for tho small price of-- ' ss J veldurbeavor1 eouHNff RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Re?i?iftof thr. KentitckyUrlsk t urgedFto patronize 4 m . American are earnestly advertisers whose announcements iucy imu in inese coiums. we aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of 'known1 responsibility. Home' Phone City 6085 Soc-Trea- aSK FOR MACARONI ALL GROCERS. - , GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACHINE DRIED NOODLES SPAGHETTI Packages . 5c and 10c Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. Home Phone City 7638 HUNGER'S CHILE CAFETERIA 458 South Fiftli Street FOR GEO. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN classes. Tho Right Rev. Bishop Tlhen atGROCERY AND SALOON, FINE tended tho initiation at Denver on Thursday. night, when six priests WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS were received into membership. SPANINGER Highland 1033 JOS. V. Tho sentiment for a union of diOstrich Feathers Cleaned and visions seems to bo growing in InCurled. dianapolis. The Ancient Order of Denver had City a class of 100 candidates for the Initiation ceremony Thursday night. In San Francisco the Ladies' Aux- 713 West Jefferson, North Side. iliary is meeting with success in conducting evening Irish history SlT ,0,SZ1 S5?ltlffithm wlU Falls Straw Works ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE lia "W. Dealer In SCRAP Incorporated IRON, METAL, RAGS, 18,000. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUEQDER8 Ninety new members have Just Paper Stock A Specialty been Initiated into the order at Special Attention To Repair Work 214-21- 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET.. .Wichita. Kas. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Bet Market and Jefferson Moro than 300 candidates are ex-- OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. LOUISVILL, KY. 'pected. to receive tho fourth) degree tomorrow at Sioux City, Iowa THE SIGN OF QUALITY United States There will bo a big initiation tomorrow at Salina, Kas. There are fifty-tw- o councils In Iowa with a total membership of Phono City 6692 H. Platoff, Prest. I. Bush, PLATOFF & BUSH s. P. FREDERICKS BREITENSTEIN MA- CHINE CO. 3 East Main Street Automobile Repairing, Engines. Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended Homo Phone City 1533. To. F. 731-73- J. M. BUOKNER TOBACCONIST , WHOLESALE 000 West Main, Street Louisville, Ky. - , H. W. OOONTRAOTING ENGINEER NEWMAN Steam and Hot Water Heating and 'Sanitary Plumbing HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE, KT. Both Phones - POULTRY , SHOP HALLEB'SPETSTREET MARKET 210 WEST Quick Delivery ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER SUPPLIES i Free Advice on Poultry Pet Diseases FOOD AND and The Ancient Order in Denver is feeling the drain of tho draft and henry scnun members already has twenty-seve- n fighting with the colors In Franco. 1403 Seventh Street The Ladles' Auxiliary of Louis-vill- o Choice Staple and Fancy GROhave every arrangement perCERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE fected and will make the Initiation MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, on October 20 a (memorable occaButter a Specialty. City Home sion. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1568-Ladles' Auxiliary 1 of St. Paul has 'been doing some remarkable has Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 work for French relief and 983 turned in a grand total of CHARLES BALLMAIER articles. 426 W.MARKET Every member of the Ladle3 230 East Market Street LOUISVILLE. KY. coming Auxiliary should witness tho Between Brook and Floyd the many A complete lino of Furniture at PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND Initiation and welcome now members .received into the prices that aro always tho lowest. SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty grand did order. Satisfaction guaranteed. There should be no cessation of Home Phono 255G activity because of no conventions At ii ti A ft if in many States this year. The offiLouis A. Broring, D. D. S. cers must keep alive tho spirit of tho Ancient Order. Wednesday evening the Ladles' Auxiliary of South Omaha wero entertained at the home of Mrs. T. 1 STARKS BUILDING. White. These social gatherings are quit popular and afford tho members much pleasure. Both Phones 2406 Ohio, Division 5 of Columbus, k 0 0. held a most enjoyable social In St. 10c Dominic's Hall for tho pleasure of Adolph Rcutlingor who are leaving In the the members country. A banquet INSURANCE service of the which John S. SulliA. J. 5c was served at TORNADO, LIABILITY AND van Tvas toastmaster and entertainPLATE GLASS ing and patriotic talks were made. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Best Cigars 370 Baxter Avenue Broaaway, IobIbtIUo, Sty. 'Burke will be ono of tho sneakers Hlghl'd 7411 East 180 Conducted by tho Xaveriaa Brother at tho fourth degree initiation to ana ijiaaaicai, ecienuuo cubibmi City. KENTUCKY Largt Courses, Preparatory Department,gymna morrow at Sioux LAUNDRY Syracuse Knights aro Swimming Fool, Well isquippea sium. Terms moderate. OO. with tho Italian societies and LibBenjamin, Dlr. Bro. erty Loan Committee in preparing a Incorporated programme for Columbus day. 014-02- 2 The Knights of Wichita, Kas., Underbill St. will approach holy communion in a body tomorrow morning. They will Geo. Dearborn Treasurer John "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON' AM Rdy tor Your Griddle te tb Moraing" LARD, SAU8AGB OO. HAMB, tfCjlnrJKJrsTLfo jMsJr MJUWVILLK PROVISION ,i Y. tXt T T Ti a Tj jT A ofr eT tt$ 41 DENTIST I SMOKE Lady Dash Little 900-90- TARPY'S I f RZUTLINOER FIRE ENGRAVERS ASSIST GREAT DRIVE. I H Made! VVV 'I1 Is developing rapNovember 11-ELECTROTYPERS idly under tho direction of Bishop 835 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky. Muldoon, of 'Rockford, 111., at head- lipnki Md Ummttl Hill SoJwrtificiIfy TruM Home Phone Shawnee 1010 quarters in New Yorh. City. Bishop Homo Phone City 5674 i Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy i Muldoon Is Chairman of the AdSOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS ministrative Committee of Bishops FRANK A. OHLMANN Chireppdist and will remain there until the AND DEPOSIT BANK 507 drive is over. Through Bishop 000 East Franklin Street Stark. Hayes he keeps in close touch with Fourth and Central Avonuo Baildis and through the local diocese, GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Both Pbc.-'t-r Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings James J. Phelan, of Boston, and ' Deposits. A General Banking Busi- John G. Agar, of New York, with Cumb. Main 967-the General Committee representness Transacted. ing all bodies, under the Chairman City 4131 1 i Phone ship of Raymond Fosdlck. John R. Home Phono City 2845 IMott is Director General of the BERNARD FENZ Campaign Council which will superBATH'S CAFE EVERYFOR YOUR GROCERIES intend the details of the drive in all THING THE MARKET AFFORDS sections of the country. The NaPromptness7 and Satisfaction AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor tional War council will be repre NORTON BUILDING sented on this committee by James ' 441 East- St. Catherine 421 East Jefferson Street A. Flaherty, William J. Mulligan, N. W. Garner Forth and Jelterson William P. Larkin, John Q. Agar and Victor J. Dowllng. "Messrs. Flaherty, Mulligan and Larkin have "As Ner to You as th Htumk Phona" been closely associated with the Knights of Columbus collections, FLOWERS Theaa tires are all flrit ruarantMd and their presence on tho commit- FUNERAL 30xS Thermold JP1. CI I 8.S0 8.95 took, with asms and Hartal ntuabr at- tee insures S0x3 Wu. CI Thermold the active participation 10.95 tached. 80x3 J4 Thermold PI. CI. . 18.2 E We solicit a call to latpeot our ctook of this widespread and virile or82x3 U Thermold PI. Bs. A Special Spray $3.00 ganization. 82x3H Thermold Vfl. Ss ll,tf at both atorei. Bishop Muldoon's principal task A Special Wreath $5.00 is to organize the Catholic clergy Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, and laity throughout tho country Main 1039 Retail Branch for close with the . Incorporated 166 s. TKIXS ST. actual work or getting the contributions when the zero hour comes. His work Is therefore preparatory f and is being conducted with energy. 1 1 Each Bishop in the country Is apteurfkMTior UxaMto j pointing one clergyman and one layman who will bo in complete charge of the drive in his diocese. Wo telegraph Flowwa Everywhere ' BVOOBTOXATSD This committee of two will organize a great, force of solicitors and KENTUCKY IiOUISVTLXiE will see that they are properly injj LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. structed In their work, that an efficient system of accounting is deFuneral Directors vised and that no possible source of help In the great drive Is over- SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY participation in work great united the War Works Drive in the week of ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS 18 Organization for Catholic X" ' '' 'I' V V V V VV T e campaign then start a for members. NATIONAL HATTERS Judge Maurice Donahue, of tho TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. present 325 W. Jefferson St., Loulsvlllo, TCy. Ohio Supreme Court, will the K. of C. building at tho ColumSuits Pressed While You Walt. bus barracks to the Government to- Hats Cleaned and Blocked While morrow. Gov. Cox and Mayor Karb Home Phone City 1931 will bo present. You and nv. Father firowlev. tho lata Hats Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms For a Specialty. Work Called Prior at St. Louis Bertrand's, has! and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, been doing excellent work for the Attention and Quality." erection of the K. of C. building Land the welfare of the soldier boys Home Phone Shawnee 803 at the barracks at Columbus, HENRY GOSS Ohio. Much interest la manifested In Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Ohio Catholic circles over tho dedication tomorrow of the handsome Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specialty and substantial K. of C. building at 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. event of the day tvIH be tho celebration of a military field mass, SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. when Bishop Hartley will deliver the sermon. Loans to those having regular Columbus day has been chosen salary, with no publicity by tho Knights of New Orleans as or red tape. Loans to housekeepers most fitting occasion for the cele- on their personal security. a bration of a military Pontifical high' F. R. POOLEY, mass. Permission has been given to Building, erect the altar in the City Park and Room 1, Courier-JournArchbishop Shaw and many clergy415 S. Fourth Street. men will assist, as will also the soldiers and sailors from all camps T. B. TANN DAIRY COMPANY In or near tho city. State-widal Manager (lMorporat4.) FEPZg rSSTZSEITT .AMOCXACTm Incorporated, organized by n wai dUMSC to make LOANS on furniture and other perional erty at LOWEST &ATXS. Coleman Bid? 8. K. Cor. Third and JeSerao. Both Phonea, 2IS0. well-know- ' SAM L. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR FOR ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOB& 1815 S. JOHN CITY See Twenty-sixt- h St. CO. Home Phone Shawneo 368 B. O'LHARY Headquarters for AND W FARM PROPHBTX. estate. sell, buy and rent JEFFERSON ST. Some Phone City 4464.'' B04 W. as about anything la rmb Phono City 2771 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET COKNJs.tJUNlQNS COVINGTON. Rev. Father I. M. Ahmann, dean J. and Edward of the diocese, Tracy, of Covington, have been named by Right Rev. Bishop Brossart as diocesan representatives on tho National Catholic War Council. Ml INCORPO.fU.Tas MS-51-0 0. T. THOMAS & CO. 1 SOUTH WENZEL ST. REAL ESTATB Both Phones 4262 630 WEST JEFFERSON STRB11 Loulsvlllo, Ky. k;S:iv O'CONNOR A CAPTAIN. "SOUTHERN STAR" J. Q. PULLIAM SLICED BACON -- A FRED ERHAR; ARCHITECT The many friends of Dr. Bernard "All Ready for Yonr Griddle In the Motor Truck Express Morning" J. OConnor, who is a prominent or the Louisville medical PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTT member HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE fraternity and active in 'Catholic 231 West Green Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. pleased when society circles, were Home Phone City 9130 Incorporated news was received that he had been appointed Captain in tho Medical Corps. , J ! MOVING AND PACKING FORTY HOURS. The devotion of the Forty Hours' Adoration will begin tomorrow morning with solomn mass In two churches in this city, Holy Cross and St. Boniface. Tho devotions will end on Tuesday. At both churches the pastors will be assisted by priests from other pari- TlEcgMOKIRS Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING AND A SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG, JR. FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. "BREVA.' The. Smoke O The, Hour. DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH GAS FITTING:' "'" 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. t in shes. w1SS3rR. cuy?3 tteg'-.- BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY I.T IS ALWAYS PURE. These appointments are being rapidly made and tho various Bishops throughout tho United States are sending In assurances that they have appointed leaders whose Indefatigable and intelligent effort can be taken for granted. There are 107 dioceses in the country and thore will be In every parish in every diocese. Not only will the clergyman in charge for the diocese devote all his time and effort to the work, but nvorv priest in every parish will bo con stituted a committee of ono to" see that his parish holds Its end up OF THE OWNERand produces its quota and as much STATEMENT SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULAbeyond as It'is possible to get. TION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY LEXINGTON. looked. PRICES PAH) GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS Call Home Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo was in Nelson county last Sunday Cumb. Phone Main 721. Home Phone Parkway 350 and administered tho sacrament of LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Cumb. Phone South 2255-confirmation to two classes, one at St. Joseph's church, Bardstown, in the morning, and tho other at St. When In Louisville Store Your Car WUEST BROS. Thomas in the afternoon. At each at the there was a large attendance to 6 WEST HILL STREET KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE greet the venerable Bishop. Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen- -' 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main POSTPONED. eral Machine and Model Work Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing Steel Stamping of and Polishing a Specialty. Tho blessing and unfurling Home Phone, City 6648 the service flag that was to have Home, City 3481. taken place tomorrow at tho Church of Our Lady, Thirty-fift- h BEUTEL & FREDERICK and Roidd, has been postponed. This OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI AND Embalmers. was done In compliance with the ' KENTUCKY RIVER LINE FLORISTS order against all gatherings during CIO epidemic of influenza. Father the Flowers for All Occasions. Design J. S. JONES. Agent O'Connor hopes to set the date for Tolepboae 103ft. Work a Specialty. the near future. Fourth and River, LouisvillQ 1 South Brook Street TAKES TRAINING CORPS. JOHN B. RATTER MAN Home, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-Phones: Main 9214; City 416 David Driscoll, youngest son of FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mr. and Mrs. John D. Driscoll, of Jeffersonville, left Monday morning 2114 WEST MARKET STREET for Notre Dame University, South Bend, having been Inducted Into tho II PhoDcs Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Students' Army Training Corps by West 1107a. tho local draft board. CONFIRMS TWO CLASSES. Y J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. nammns 934-93- H. B0SSES0N and ' FBHR AVENUE 1 1220-123- A GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ..AkJS. SMITH, PROP. GIIilCEY OFF FOR A FRANCE. o Arrangements have been made for a grand celebration tomorrow of the golden Jubilee of St. Paul's church at Lexington. iRight Rev. ' ss.-ff- l Bishop Brossart, of Covington, will pontificate at the Jubilee mass and HCCliEKBAOH? WINE HOUSB THE PHIL. HOLLINBA0H OO a priest of national fame will iLouIsville, Ky. preach. INCOHPORATK) Publisher, The Kentucky Irish AmerKarl , A. Hollenbach, - Prop. t ican Company, Louisville, Ky. DlsUUen Of Importer.and Dealer in SOCLUi CARD PARTY. (If a corporation, give Owners: OLD FORTUNA SOUR MABH AND LIQUORS WJTNES k names and addresses of stockholdNext Wednesday evening and "HOLLBNBAOH" PURE RYU ers holding 1 per cent, or cmoro of 14 Sooth" Third Street Thursday afternoon and evening the Home Phone 1191 828 W. Mala St. total amount of stock.) LomlsrUle, Kj members of St. Joseph's congregation will,, give an entertaining social William .M. HIggins, Louisville, 4Ky, and card party at the Vernon Club John J. Barry, Louisville, 'Ky. " House, 1575 Story avenue. Lotto Mary H. HIggins, Louisville, Ky. will bo played both days and other Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders, Holding 1 games added Thursday evening. per cent, or more of total amount Many handsome presents have been of bonds, mortgages or other sesecured, and will be awarded both curities: In the afternoon and at night. Post-Offic-e , . H. McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield, Ky, Thomas A. Gilkey, a prominent resident of BardBtown, was here for IRISn AMERICAN. a visit last week. Ho had Just rePublished weekly at iLouIsville, Ken- ceived notice to report for duty as tucky, required by tho Act of a Secretary for the Knights of August 24, 1912. Columbus in New York City, from Address. where ho expected to sail within Name of Editor, William M. HIggins, Louis- the next week for France. ville, Ky. CAN SEND ONLY ONE. Associate Editor, John J. Barry, There will be between two and three million American soldiers In Prance before the end of December. Only one parcel of Chlrstmas gifts for each man will be forwarded. All such packages must be mailed ' before November 15. WELFARE WORKERS. Hereafter only men physically unqualified for fighting, or men over the draft age, will bo accepted for overseas duty with tho Y. M. O. A Knights of Columbus, Jewish Welfare Board, War Camp Community Service or American Library All men able to fight Association. and within draft ago must fight. Theodore Roosevelt has this to say about his dear friend: "I mourn the death of Archbishop Ireland. He was a great patriot as arnll I Funeral Director BOTr and Embalmer! PHONES 810. i SOUTHEAST t CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y '- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. m I DINNER 1 INCOMPLETE I WITHOUT APPEAL TO NURSES. !; ii I ;4Vfr y yV L"Delivery CALL Ng. 407 rf BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER i Prompt 1 Service?" EITHERfPONE, , Sure, i ' MtMmHIM i i : iu ymt4Hm X-- Graduate nurses, undergraduate nurses, nurses' aids, register at once this 28th day of September, 1918. with your local Red Cross nursing HATTIE HIGGINS. present committee for service in the N. P. J. C, Ky. epidemic of influenzal Volunteer Commission expires 1922. service is greatly desired, but expenses and 75 a month tvIU bo paid to graduate nurses. Expenses and CLOSING OF RETREAT. from $30 to $50 a month Is tho pay for undergraduates and nurses The retreat for young ladles and aids. "Above all," advises tho De- young men that began Wednesday partment of Nursing at Lake Divis- evening at Holy Trinity enurcn on ion, Red Cross headquarters, "do Kentucky street has been so well uot go out on this work without a attended that the Rev, Father the pastor, feels Very much definite assignment authorized by this department. 'Adherence to this gratliel The services, which have Rev. . to Know Just Veeia'hr chre,, otUn:tVery request wlir permit wfcert our sursihg resources are and Alsifcnis Km'fcp, GP.vrectar of -ooma aerd Heart wmi pieywHi. ninuu ra asms;iftM4(nn closeRe!!.'.' will night.. to ". 'Hwbrvow meats." Ber-reahel.'-.- ? None. KENTUCKY IRISn AMERICAN CO. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. Sworn to and subscribed before mes Street. 822 E&st vvvvwyvvvvvM.vvvvvvvvvvvWt 'J dCin ; f, TEDDY'S FRD3ND. of the United Statos f 4fr'4fr"i"H"it4-I-t-I"-l"'Hi'j- DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 4 aa n crronf sonally he was an old and valued friend and, moreover, when witn him I felt as If I wero In tho company of a great ecclesiastic statesman of the old type in point of ability, and yet abreast of modern American thought., His death is a ereat loss, and coming right on the church-- ! deth of patriot,other greatFarley, it Cardinal manrand lvr a vry rel, blank in Ameri- '" oMUlte:" ' . Per I Funeral Hr Climb. -1 Directors and Embalmers , BOTIEHOXE)S. ' J,Tk t'l ' '' HI I IH Mai209S.a H l"l"H' T '- ,- -. UK V , -' .Some' City 2008 I fc.4 t"A -A MA 'j,'. t , a . . ' -,!. - fi. & jh3" W - ."!-If,. 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JUKHiLB '" ' hiOUISVIMJE . & BTJECffifftO & THK AMERICAN KJJ, OAK LEATHER INSUR MOORE & STIVERS SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS O. .' LEE COOK DOW WUIE & IRON WOIUSS O. , - 0 IJK.I B B IiAnTON, CRANE & RAMEY CO. tuanxvVKY ROOK ASPHAIl' CO. ' OOJniONAVBAJTTH LIFE JiAUPSIAN.STRAUS CO. J' RJOIAVAY SOTM'LY MODEL . ;OAR..SvEEL CO. P. VISSMAN & CO. ; , v ANCE CO. IBAiawtYilESTATJRANT D. H. EAVING'S SONS CO. MENGEL BOX CO. NORMAN LUMBER OO. LOmSVILLE STEEL & HION CO. ; NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB ITTI v. ' " SOS icBjK'XicjoKCsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ''' iiish: AaEEHsxcxajs?. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. OIEAKTER LOUISVILLE Home Phono City 7638 HUNGER'S .OHIIiB SWISS ,JVX INCO&rOBJOTD i DOYENS KENTDOKY X ae6aeeew 458 South Fifth Street FOR LADIES GEO. 731-73- LARGEST IN THE SOUT1I. Highland 1033 JOS. V. CAFETERIA Estimates Cheerfully Furnished OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. THE SIGN OP QUALITY SPANINGER Dealer la PLATOFF & BUSH SCRAP Incorporated IRON. METAL. RAflA. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Paper Stock A Specialty Special Attention To Repair Work 214-21- 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET Phone City 6692 H. Platoff, Prest. I. Bush, Home Phone City 6085 Sec-Tree- s. P. FREDERICK Bet Market and Jefferson LOUISVILL, KY. Hlghl'd 741 "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON A East 180 lVi4 J i GROCERY AND SALOON, FEME WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND GENTLEMEN MA- 870 Baxter Avenue KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-62- Heady for Year GrMdfe Monday" ths) F. BREITENSTEIN CHINE CO. henry sonun 2 KAMI, LARD, SAUSAGB 1403 Seventh Street 3 East Main Street Choice Staple and Fancy GROAutomobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETffiLB Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, City Home chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1558-To; Y. Underbill St. urosmuiH provision co. (iMerperatei.) ivant . vm&&mfrz& j, - -- .,&& , s'?i .kicr Geo. Dearborn , &m Manager J. Mr BUOKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 CHARLES BALLMAB3R SOON. 906 West Mala Street Louisville, Ky. H. W. CONTRACTING ENGINEER Mesa .Kid Hot Water- - Heating and 0MB H1WM1H Sanitary Plumbing OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE, KY. SPOT CANTEEN HOME GENERAL MERCHANDISE SOLDIERS FOR Soft 'JJrlnks, The Tobacco. Right Prices. Both Phones Candles; Cigars, Right Place for POULTRY FOOD AND SUPPLD2S Advice on Poultry and Free HiLLEK'SPBTSHOP MARKET STREET 210 WEST Quick Delivery ARTHUR A. WELL BUTLDER Pet Diseases 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Homo Phone Shawnee 1010 X-- -' FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 East Franklin Street AND FRESH MEATS 9G7-A GROCERIES Cumb. Main Phono City 4131 BERNARD FENZ EVERYFOR YOUR GROCERIES THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and Satisfaction 441 East St. Catherine 230 East Market Street SOLDIER WELFARE. Between Brook and Floyd PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND Catholic chaplains SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty heroically are taking modestly and a dominant role in caring for the relllgous wel Home Pfaoa 25SG fare of our soldiers and many of them sent overseas through the Knights have had Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. thrilling of Columbus Not all will experiences. get the Croix do Guerre porhaps, as have two already honored, but all will be deserving of the highest of 1 STARKS BUILDING. ficial recognition that can be paid for extraordinary service to our THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. fighters. The Knights have just sent overseas five more chaplains, Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. company with twenty-si-x K. of -- ' in "" Chaplain William C. Secretaries. Everything if or the Soldiers F. O'Dell, commissioned as First Cigars, Restaurant Lieutenant, serving wjth our troops FIRST CLASS SERVICE In France, writes from the fighting S. 9192-C. 4203 front describing some of tne condi tions under which priests labor while serving the American soldier. He does not forget to refer to the Both Phones 2403 snlendid work of the Knights of 0 0. Columbus abroad and pays the or der a glowing tribute. His letter Adolpb Keutllnger of to Joseph E. O'Nell, Treasurer INSURANCE Hartford Lodge of Elks, Is In part TORNADO, LIABILITY AND as follows: PLATE GLASS "Here I am. up back of the front line waiting to take any turn 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET with the boys of my regiment. I have been traveling a great deal ENGRAVERS for the last three weeks, waiting to present SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY get Into our position. At we are In a dense woods whore I ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS am trying to look after our boys. s ELEOTROTYPERS I have a regiment about nail and I have been trying to havo Louisville, Ky. them all receive communion before 835 W. Main St, we start In. Picture me sitting in Home Phone City 5674 black darkness night after night SAVINGS hearing confessions, with the disLOUISVILLE SOUTH tant roar of shells and bombs, with AND DEPOSIT BANK airplanes buzzing about looking for us. and you have a. picture, hard to .Fourth and . Central, Avenue. uaint or imagine. We have no Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings llgnts aoout at nignx ior iear oi an Deposits. A General Banking Busi- attack, and we crawl into pup tents ness Transacted. for a little rest. I had John Evers and fourteen K. of C. Secretaries Home Phone City 2845 over ovi tho boat from the States with me. They are doing .great work, and have started distributing CAFE RATH'S fifty tons of chocolates and millions of cigarettes, baseball outfits, beef AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor cubes and many otner utile tmngs ' 421 East Jefferson Street KNIGHTS ARE HELPING. incorporated. 325 W. Jefferson St., Loulsvillo, Ky. waa organized by well-kneto male Suits Pressed While You Walt. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phone City 1931 ea furniture and other personal erty at You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Z.OJTXBT BATZg. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For NATIONAL HATTERS TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. npu rmvxDiar juMeeiai l wm POPE SENDS GUT. A Rome telegram says the Right Rev. Piettro Dl Maria, the new Apostolic Delegate to Canada, and Monsignor Nicola, Secretary of the Apostolic delegation to Washington, havo been entrusted by Pope Benedict to convey a special gift of tho Pontiff to Cardinal Gibbons. Tho gift, which Is In honor of tho THJ3 ROSARY IN WAR. M. Reno 'Bezln, In the Echo do Paris, Is responsible for the truth of the following: Jean Gellneau was Wounded one morning at daybreak. Ho was sniped as he passed from tho communication trenches into those his comrades occupied. They saw him fall, and two of them ran forward to carry him In; but at first ho wanted only to bo left to die. "Don't touch me," ho said. "I'm done for, and I couldn't bear tho moving." "'But the Lieutenant told us to bring you In," they Insisted. "If It's a command, then do it," and tho wounded man set his teeth to bear tho movement In silence. They raised him as gently as they could and carried him to was the dressing station, which half a mile away. Two of his friends went with him, and also tho Lieutenant, who had a weak spot in hl3 heart for the big Vendean, whom he looked upon as his best soldier. "Is that you, sir?" Gellneau asked, as he was borne along tho edge of the rutty track. "Yes, Gellneau, It Is I," replied the Lieutenant. "Can I do anything for you? Do you want a drink?" "It's my Tosary, sir," exclaimed the wounded man, "It Is in the right-han- d pocket of my tunic." The Lieutenant put his hand into tho pocket Indicated, and without stopping the little procession he placed the rosary in the nerveless, though uninjured fingers which wero held out to receive It. As he did so he noticed the startling pallor of the man's face. His head had 'fallen back and the short beard pointed skyward; the closed eyes already seemed sunken, and the lips, parted and colorless, moved a little. Tho officer's eyes traveled down to whero the rosary beads were slipping through the Angers, more used to planting grain than to tho work of destruction they had had to carry out that day. "Halt!" tho Lieutenant gave tho word; and the llttlo party stood the still and gently lowered stretcher onto tho dusty remains of roadway. Tho moss beside the lieutenant moved forward a pace, then paused and bared his head; for the rosary had fallen to the ground. And the stretcher-bearer- s saw that the man they had hoped to save wa3 dead. and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." Home Phono Shawnee 803 B. B. Cor. Third and Jefferaem. Both Phonea, Itll. Coleman Bid., ' DENTIST , HENRY GOBS CONTRACTOR FOE Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOH Tin Roofs (Repaired and Painted 1815 S. Twenty-sixt- h St. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Loulsvillo, Ky. Home Phono Shawnee 368 SAM Ii. ROBERTSON 900-90- Cardinal's jubilee, crucifix with figures the Virgin Mary on graph letter by the panies the gift. STRICKEN (Mrs. is a metal of Christ and It. Pope An auto- accom- IN BUFFALO. A RIUTLINQEE FIRE -- Margaret Kleinjohn, 613 South Jackson street, was called to Buffalo on Tuesday because of the serious illness of her son, Carl Kleinjohn, who was well known here and was recently called East to work for tho Government. Accompanied by her daughter, Miss Marguerite Kleinjohn, she arrived only a few hours before her son passed away( a victim of pneumonia. Besides his mother and 6lster he leaves one brother, Herbert Kleinjohn, who went with tho First Kentucky and has been stationed at Camp Shelby. Tho remains wero brought here and It was expected the funeral would take place this morning. "TAY PAY." SEE POOLEY FOR- - MONEY. JOHN B. O'LSARY A Oft, Loans to those having regular inHeadquarter! far comes or salary, with no publicity CITY AND FARM FflOf JJM'Ki or rod tape. Loans to housekeepers on their personal security. See as about anything la raA estate. Wa sell, buy and reat F. R. POOLEY, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone City 4484. 416 8. Fourth Street, al T. H. YANN DAHIY XNCORPOfUTZD MS-51-0 COMPANY Phono City 2.771 0. T. THOMAS & CO. ST. SOUTH WENZEL REAL ESTATE 530 WEST JEFFERSON STRUM Both Phones 4262 Louisville, Ky. WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER "SOUTHERN "All Ready for- STAR" SLICED BACON Your Griddle In the Morning" uatn-ollc- HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated Brook and Bloom City 8380 Cumb. S. 153-Y -- tho Tho Hon. T, P. O'Connor, celebrated Irish journalist and ' ono of the Nationalist leaders in tho was seventy British Parliament, years old last Saturday. Ho was born at Athlone, Ireland, but for many years has been a resident and He was elected from Liverpool. always a strong supporter of the lato great leader, John. Redmond. SEIZED SticSmokirs "BREVA." The. 5mokz, Of The. Hour; DEAD ANIMALS Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING A SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG, JR. AND GAS FTFTINa 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. ' fs IRISH SILVER. I SMOKELady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Cigars - i rnnihhnvB. Slve yonr boy an education t&at will nth or wpnmrs of uniforms prepare ior uis. nished by Undo Sam havo an ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE clusive club of their own now artillerymen ws While tho police last week were searching tho houses of prominent Sinn Felners In Caherclveen, Ireland, for arms they seized $395 in silver hoarded In James O'Shea'8 house, ?315 In Mary Bride houso and $380 in gold and and silver la the same 'house, but befur longing to Mortimer O'Connell. Ma-hone- J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS Call Homo Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Cumb. Phono Main 721. Home Phono Parkway 350 Cumb. Phone South 2255-LOUISVniLE RENDERDJG CO. Y ex- TARPY'S I iBest Httv TtI Xy. by the Conducted OnlantlflA Xaverlaa Brother. mA Ttla1nfl r1ainBl Courses, Weparatory Department. Lars' BWimmlnp Pool, Well Equipped Gymna sium. Terms moaeraie. aro. uenjanun. uir. 112 W. Broadway, Soalsville, Alb, Surplice. Altar Laces For tho next three weeks we are to offer all of our lace at a liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and it will pay our going out-of-to- Made! Lit.t.AAA.1 customers to write us at once while our stock is complete. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S, FOURTH SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES on OPTICAL XXGOB70K4.TES Post-Offic- PERFECT FITTING AVE. ADOPT AIR ROUTE. s Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY Airplanes and ta.nks are being used by volunteer chaplains and field secretaries with the Knights of Columbus to serve the American soldiers "over there." Two chaplains, the Rev. John Moran, of Eugene, Ore., and the Rev. John Sullivan, of Tuckahoe, N. Y., wero to make their the first priests rounds by tho air route. The Rev. severa- Fourth and Chestnut. OF THE OWNERSTATEMENT SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Ken- Published weekly at Louisville, tucky, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. e Address. Name of Editor, William M. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. Associate Editor, John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. Publisher, The Kentucky Irish American Company, Louisville, Ky. (If a corporation, give Owners: names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount of stock.) William M. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. John J. jBarry, Loutavllle, Ky. Mary H. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. PRIESTHOOD. INCREASING Known bondholders, mortgagees and In fifty years the priesthood in other security holders, holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount the arohdioeese of New York has grown from 203 to 1,117; la Philaof bonds, mortgages or other delphia, from 157 to 779; in ChicurKIee: cago, from 126 to 923; in Balti'None. more, from 198 to 602; in Boston, KENTUCKY HUSH AMERICAN CO. from 155 to 800; in St Louis, from WILLIAM M. HIGGINC. ' 165 to 563; in Cincinnati, from 'Sworn to and subscribed before me 125 to 379. Here in the two KenthU Uth dav of SeDtember. 1918. tucky dloeeses mad in many In the HATTJU iRIQOXNS, , South and West the. percentage of Ky. growth is In line with the figures N. p. J. " above given. .Commission expires 1922. Father Sullivan uses airplanes a week and thus Is able to visit field 'hospitals within a radius of 200 miles of his camp. was used Airplane transportation by the Rev. Father Moran for the first time when he received two calls to say field masses one Sunday morning. Tho call came from villages fifty miles apart where troops were billeted. An aviation pilot solved the problem for Chaplain Moran by offering to take him to both places, and he went. The result was a field mass at one village at 6 o'clock in the mornIng""and at another mass in the village fifty miles further on at 7; 30 a. m, The Rev. (Edwin O'Hara, rector of the Cathedral at Portland, a volunteer chaplain for the Knights of Columbus, used a tank to fulfill an engagement to say mass to distant troops, and a Secretary went with him to supply the soldiers with boxing gloves and baseball material for use after the services. l-times Chateau Thierry in France. Marble topped tables, a Diuiara room ana a rrrnn1 ninno nVn nmonET the furnish ings. It may be mentioned 'before going any further that the doughboys didn't pay for this furniture out of their pay. The furnlturo n la Mntfil Blltmore was loft behind by the Germans. The old Cafe du ouiiaing, or 10 Nord, a three-stor- y be moro exact, the remains oi a iiro.afnrv "hiiildlne. Is the new The Knights of Columbus, club. while hunting through tho ruins of tho town for a likely ciud sue, Hia tiIupb and the furnish ings in it. A conference was hold with tho Mayor or tne town ana no not only turned tho place over to the K. of C. but also refused to accept any rental for it. While the Germans were occupying Chateau evidently Thierry tholr officers thought it wan a rood nlaco to es tablish themselves In comfortably,. so they gatnerea me Desi mnmure they could find In other sections oK the town and Installed It there. A shell dropped In tnrougn tne rooi before and spoiled the Interior Fritz decamped, but the K. of C. men, "with the aid of the soldiers, hovn ronnvaM thn huildlnST UOW. and the "Everybody Welcome, Everything Given Away" sign is on display outside. ais-Mvo- at CONSECRATION. When In Louisville Store Your Car POPE BENEDICT. writes: Pope A correspondent DanoJInt Innlra vnuneer than tho sixty-thre- e His race remains unimuwu his. by time, his hair is very black, his active. He Is lean and full of en ergy, a small man, or tnai duho which we can '"wiry." uis voice m He em binriiv Vint tint vibrant. phasizes his remarks with quick, rather graceful gestures, .tie perfect Roman profile. One readily nor. imacina it Hi n. medallion on an ancient coin or medal. In repose his face is dlgnmeu ana somewnai cold; it is most attractive when he Bpeaks, for the motion of his lips years which aro actually and extraordinarily am Vonn thrusts Into It benevolent and sympathetic lines; It is extraordinarily engaging when he smiles. Then It lg among those faces which make a definite and strong even to the stranger. heart-appeal VIRGINIA WAFFLES. C One cup cormneal (white if pos- diocese. sible), two cup boiling water, one cup milk, two and a halt cups BISHOP'S BKQ.UJC8T. flour, two eggs, one teaspoon sugar, baking powder. By the will of the late Bishop three teaspeons Is Cook meal In boHing water twenty Chatard the sum of $20,900 Inbeaueathed toward the erection of minutes. Mix and sift dry The gredients and add alternately with a Cathedral at Indianapolis. milk. Add eggs well beaten and document wa filed, for probate at Cook as waffles. Baltimore last week, the late Bishop melted butter. being a native of that city. They are delicious. New Orleans will witness a dual consecration of Bishops on Monday, October 28. In tho newly renovated AMERICAN SOLDIERS. Cathedral tho Archbishop will consame time Msgr. secrate at the It has been brought to the conof tho now sideration of tho soldiers' relatives Jeanmad, Bishop-eleMsgr. and friends how much letters and diocese of Lafayette, of San lighten up a life that Is full of Drossaerts, Bishop-eleAntonio. danger and of sad reflection In The fate of tho hours boy who receives no letters at all HOME NEXT WEEK. A letIs described as sad Indeed. Swagar Sherloy, ter every week might havo saved Representative accompanied by Mrs. Sherloy, will from those sensileavo Washington for 'Louisville y tive natured men whose longing next Thursday. Congressman Sher-le- for home surroundings and sympahopes to remain In Louisville thy brought on a misanthropic until after election, and will do so mentality that drove them to death. unless public business calls him "Poor nuts," a saddened but proback to Washington for a day or voked private wrote of them. But so. that name is hardly correct. These men aro sometimes of our best educated and best blood, but home CLOSED ON &UNDAYT Blckness and tho neglect of some Owing to tho contlnuel prevalence one at homo who persistently falls of Influenza tho churches of tho to write tho letter the soldier excity will again be closed tomorrow. pects wears on a nature already open keyed too high and the tension schools Neither will tho prevails snaps and one wild minute of deMonday, but the opinion Imposed spair Is enough. We know a young that the every day, a by the State Board of Health will wife who writes be raised by tho end of next week. mother who sonds the simple events of the day overy evening, and these letters have been never ending NOW FIFTY YEARS OLD. sources of comfort to tho husband St. Paul's church at Lexington and tho son. It has been a pretty was fifty years old Thursday. When custom through the present war for a who know tho dedicated it was said to be the the girls to send little boys of of words largest and finest church in the company pretty cards, appropriate and forty cheer or Six "Bishops diocese. presents priests were present, besides many verses and in fact llttlo thought of to could e prominent laymen from different anything that boys of ours who are please those parts of the country. fighting for us on those foreign fields with so very little chance of SUBSIDING. having any comfort from us but reports showed our prayers and letters. While official 4,000 cases of Influenza in this city NIGHT PRINTERS' MASS. up to Wednesday night, there has been a slight abatement, both In At the famous printers' mass the number of deaths and new cases. Every effort possible has been said In St. Andrew's church last made to prevent a spread of the Sunday In New York City a special disease and physicians think the appeal for Liberty bonds was made Monsignor Luke by the pastor, worst now over. Evers, and the sermon was delivered by Rev. Father Newton ThompBISHOP EN ROUTK. son, chaplain of the United States at Mineola, Long O. Aviation Corps Right Rev. Dr. McNIcholas, P., the newly consecrated Bishop of Island. Father Thompson is a Duluth, Minn., who was until his graduate of Harvard College. Fredappointment Assistant to the Gen- erick Wheeler, the noted lyric eral of the Dominicans, has left basso, sang at the mass, which beRome aod Is en route to his distant gan at 2:30 o'clock. qt ct off-dut- KOERNER and Polishing a Specialty. Home, City 3481. 6 WEST HILL STREET & STRADER GARAGE Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen110 E. Mnln or 110 W. Main eral Machine and Model Work Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing Steel Stamping 934-93- at the WUEST BROS. Home Phone, City 6648 y. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI AND 1CENTUCKY RIVER LINE J. S. JONES. Agent Fourth and River, Loulsvillo Phones: Main 0214; City 416 FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Work BEUTEL & FREDERICK FLORISTS Flowers for All Occasions. Design a Specialty. 1 1220-123- South Brook Street Cumb., S. 222-A Home, City 322; seml-quarantl- OCEAN WATER. The great bulk of the water In the oceans Is always cold. Only the surface is ever warm, even In the tropics. The1 depths know nothing of the heat of the sua or the changes la the r season. Who lacks a Liberty Bond slacks. models. work. Your old hat made Fur coats aro particularly atnow for tho small price of. tractive this year. make New checked velvoteena novel looking suits. Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Satin Is the leading material Curled. favored for dressy wear. Every other woman nowadays wears a navy serge frock. City Tho long chemlso tunic Is not as smart aa the chemise frock. 713 West Jefferson, North Side. A phase of fashion during tho second year of tho war Is the passing of sport clothes. It Is predicted that by another year wool will bo altogether unobtainable for civilian wear. A Jneat looking spat in the tan or darker shades may make the smartest kind of foot dressing. Wnman nrhn mm fnifl to form this autumn will avoid fringe and accoraion sKiri. tho machlne-piaite- a An omnipresent fashion Is wool embroidery. It has a certain trickery of appeal that no one can resist. Gown colors that will win out Mt Atwml. NH SakftMctftj TrwM are midnight blue, deep Burgundy, Ifrte2 tobacco brown and a ellyery light Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy blue. Chirepedlat America advocates the frock with She even 507 Instep length skirt. the lowers the hem of her tailored Stark suits for the street. BailtUat The best coats are loose sacque Both Pk3t: styles with Mttle variations in the placing of belts, pockets and that make them attractive. Sweater coats, both sleeved and sleeveless, are made up In' all sorts of materials, and are becoming and res. practical for average girlish Klmona cut Mouses that vie with gmocka for youthful wearew are NORTON BUILDING easily made, and are shown among Imported ) W.Ctnicr Fturtli art Jefftrfon exclusive most the Veils aro back In fashion. The Chinese hat is tho smartest Look up your velour, beaver of small ones. and felt hats and havo them Great use is mado of panels and cleaned, dyed and reshaped. Wo new styles. First-cla- ss stoles this year. have twenty-flv- o LADIES' HATS Falls Straw Works Jk$ fttttmmkmg $o CORNS.BUNIONS col-ta- rs FRED ERHART ARCHITECT -- . b;'.a tJL i . koptjokiy irish ii JSkrEuco-K:- . MERMAN STRAUS I roufTM Avenue JHcowantrco SONS market J j ! Where the Foe Was, Whre fie fe arid Where He is Goingl street We Qlve and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. ill"11 ;44,tffta Bacon a sow 'tMiniiiiiii,a wi WeOlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. I SCHOOL SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT EgMsgHB New Fall Rugs In Colorings and Designs T;at Give Distinction To a gom and Ate I $6.45 $7.45 $10 Blouses '1" iiw Not Too High Priced. Axininster Rugs; soft, rich color- Dunolcum Rugs; a material that ings, in a beautiful lino of will outwear printed linoleum; patterns in geometrical and suitable for kitchen or dining Oriental designs; size 9x12 feet room; sizo 9x12 feet and worth and worth regularly ?42.60; regularly $16.00; special at, special at, each $35.00 oach , $13.50 Tapestry Brussels Rugs: made Fibre Rugs; reversible, can be seamless and to bo had In a used on either side; a n big variety of attractive Dat- rug in size 9x12 feet, terns; size 9x12 feet; an espe and an excellent quality for cially goott vamo at.., .25.00 wear; price. .97.05 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; seamless Japanese Matting Rugs; in atrugs of tho best fabric in inditractive stenciled patterns; they vidual Oriental patterns; sizo aro size 11 feet 8 inches by 9 9x12 feet and a wondorful barfeet; a nico rug for gain at tho price S32.60 special at 90.50 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; shown in Rug Border; an oak grain malovely new patterns; made terial in imitation hardwood; seamless, in size 9x12 feet; used for borders around rugs; worth $39.60; specially priced it Is 3 feet wldo and priced at, closely-wove- White Shirts and 60c 79c TO GO WITH THESE SUITS ii mill $1.00 )) x. iF"'Plw' "F1 iW1 ' '" ' WLi fci line JWwMfli J New Lines of White and Colored Dress Goods MAP OF THE WESTERN FRONT. Three German lines of defense are reported to exist behind the Hlndonburg third lines aro shown in abovo above map. the socond and ,,.,..,,.. bed-room- and Laces for Girls' school wear. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. RECENT DEATHS. Many friends and admirers mourn the death of Miss Mary Nettle Bchuh, beloved daughter of Henry Bchuh, 721 West Hill street, who fell a victim to the epidemic that has cast gloom over so many homes this week. Miss Schuh was a young woman whoso many pleasing traits endeared her to her ifrlends, among whom her presence will bo -- KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and s; NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE !V feet and a splendid value at, Tomorrow a new council will be In Indianapolis the Ladles Aux4x4 on feet and worth today each . . ., Instituted and tho three degrees iliary Red Cross will devote Mon- sadly missed. S2.50; 91.25 sale at, each. . ..$2.00 days to their work. Throughout tho business district conferred at Wilson, Kan. James B. Brown......... Division 4 cancelled its regular and the city expressions of deep Seventeen candidates wero given President Henry J. Angenneler..VIce President meeting Monday evening on account regret followed the news that John the first degree at tho last meeting James J. Hayes .Vice President t, of the Influenza epidemic. J. Maloney, aged had of the council at St. Joseph, Mo. C. M. S. Hebel Because of the epidemic of In.Vice President died early Saturday morning at his President John M. Riloy, of Di- home, . John S. Akers... 1246 South First street, after fluenza Initiations sot for last Sun.Cashier vision 3, postponed Division 3's Oscar A. Block A.sst. Cashier meeting last night because of the an Illness of .only five days of day were postponed for the present. A. P. Ramser. pneumonia. For a number of years Many of tho fourth degree Initia.Asst. Cashier influenza epidemic. 2fl-- 2 Lbs. For. 65c he was tho local representative of tions to havo taken place last SunFortunately not many members several largo Eastern dry goods day were postponed, but will tako a cvrrsa zs rsowji ro its puts ou of the 6rdcr are on the sick list manufacturing concerns, and pre- place in the near future. QUA1TTT. and to date thcro havo been no viously for thirty years was asCincinnati Council, tho parent deaths from influenza. sociated with tho Carter Dry Goods council of the Ohio Vallev. will 3VI. HARVEY-JELLIC- O Mr. Maloney Auxiliary County Company. was a celebrate the twentieth anniversary Tho Ladles' Importer ana Boaster of High Orado Coffee, Sold St. of its Installation Octobor 28. Board at Indianapolis, complying highly respected member of Direct to Consumer. with the Health Board order, has Louis Bertrand church and a conAll meetings in Cincinnati. Hnv- Sur- Ington and Newport wero DostDonerl aia w. acABKET t. x.eTrzsTZZAs, xy. postponed Indefinitely Its regular stant reader of this paper. (INCORPORATKD) viving aro two daughters, Misses until influenza meeting. Return this advertisement with remittance and we disappears, delaying K. I. A. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. The Minnesota State Board of tho Marie and Louise Maloney. and a Installations and numerous func Auxiliary subscribed son, John Maloney, now with our tions. Ladies' $10,000 to tho fourth Liberty bond forces in Franco. The new K. of C. recreation hall loan. In war, as well as in pcaco, DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Death took heavy toll in Louis at Fort iBHss, Texas, was dedicated Irish women do nothing by halves. by Bishop Schuler. Members of tho Division 5, Ladies' Auxiliary, of ville on Friday and Saturday and Jewish Welfare Board and Y. M. left desolate many homes, nearly C. A. paid eloquent Minneapolis, has dedicated a servtribute and work of Catholic chaplains to the ice flag to the sons and brothers all succumbing to Influenza and K. of tho members. The flag was un- pneumonia. Friday's list included of C. Secretaries. .Bondie, aged nineteen, 3314 furled by two of the younger mem- EH It street; Julia Connelly, daughBishop Garrlgan delivered Bank the bers and bears 164 stars. ter of tho late Lawrence and Brid- address at the banquet following the S6.65 SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAlN.v The Hibernians of Minneapolis get Connelly, D40 South Sixth initiation of sixty new members at have an active Red Cross, unit. Mn. street; Joseph - A. Meyer, son of Sioux City. The Bishop paid high Place your next order with us. Terms cash. Anna,K Bryant, County President, Bernard jind Margaret Meyer, 768 tribute to the work tho organizaHundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One and Mrs. T. Connelly head two.de-- South Preston Mary Peak, wife of tion Is doing in tho war camns in worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with everv new dollar's xavino. partments After each meeting Zach Peak, 3108 Bank street; the United States and In tho war deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. zone of Europe. coffee is served the workers. William 3?. Sullivan, aged organizations A novel service was conducted by 2124 "West Walnut, and Mrs. have Fratornal their day of growth, prosperity and Mary Urquhart, beloved wlfo SPRINGTEX is the underwear of the KnlchtS Of Columhim rfnrtnir fho decline. The A. O. M. In America is William Urquhart. Among the battlo in wJilch Gen. Pershing's men with a million little springs in its now passing through a period of deaths were wipea out the St. Mlhle recorded Saturday Hun fabric which "give and take" eclipse. There are many reasons to Anna L. Atkinson, daughter of salient. While tho American troops account for this. It would be a mls: Mrs. Lula Atkinson, 2914 South were fighting American aviators In Wher with every movement of the tho hOBM Where work is qulcMy aeroplanes hovered take to single out any one of them Fourth; Mrs. Maymo Fuchs, aged American-mad- o brightest; done; body, and preserve the shape of as the solo cause. The splendid twenty, beloved wife of Henry over them and from the cloud3 the garment despite long wear Where cooking seems Texas street; showered them with 20,000 pack- Where the work work done by the Knights of Fuchs, Jr., 1225 lightest; real fun; Columbus in the war camps and In George M. GIbnay, eldest son of ages of cigarettes, each and hard washings. "Compliments 1129 the field has obscured all, other George and Lydla GIbnay, of the Where tho meal la Where baking rives deunderwear, Catholic effort for more than a South Fifteenth, and Clinton Ball, Knights of Columbus." This was aooked beat; It is the light; year. Then again the well known GIG North Twenty-sixt-h street, who the first time In modern warfare Where the range stands light, medium or heavy weight, Where drudge Is oat of Is survived by his wife and parents, that a fighting army had beon Irish extremist views of the national the test sight as you like. officers of tho A. O. H. havo alien- also three sisters and two brothers. supplied with smokes during the That's where tha That's where tha of battle by aerial service. heat ated many from the order. It will ADD DEATHS. "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Bleal" cones "Remember to Buylt take Hard work In tho next few Influenza and pnoumonla continued lau MOORK J& STIVERS. years to save the organization to their ravages on Sunday, Monday You'll Forget You Have It On" say nothing of bringing back its and Tuesday, calling from this llfo Qnlck Meal Gna Ranies Sold, Installed and Highly Reoommd e It certainly looks like Ash Your Dealer former glory. Omaha True Voice. William F. Ebersold, 161G Prentice Recently there has been but little street, a well known railroad man; economy when motor car owners. ! 215 proprietors of garages and trucks Miss l activity In Hibernian circles any- ty-five, Angela H. Borgman, aged UTICA KNITTING COMPANY, Makers t-llI V aunt, of Mrs. Joseph can secuie 3,500 mllo tires at where, the only real work being W. MARKET ST T 1VT... 1Cf T 1 Tho progressive firm oaics iuuiii, oju uruuutvuy of iur&, done looking to tho care of our Schneider, G17 South Twenty-sixt- h ntw "V t. it. x. 2 soldiers and tho families they left street; Frank W. Wright, husband aiooro & Stivers, located at of Anna Wright, 470 North Twenty-nint- h South Third street, have taken for street; Mrs. Sarah C. their slogan In business "Retreading 709 State street, wife of How with a conscience," and are living WELCOJttl BOTH. ard Honaker and daughter of C. H. up to this motto. This retreading ' "iHughle" Jennings, managor of Naber, who loaves three brothers is done by building up puro rubber U. J. BAMNOH, President and Manager. P. 6AKK0H, JR., Vici Pns. and Trees. the Detroit National League base and two sisters; Simon G. Pontrlch, over your tiro tread, cured by dry ball team, and "Jack" Hendricks, soldier and well known young man, heat and tested under 3,01)0 pounds manager of tho St. Louis team, have whose home was with his parents, pressure. No steam to get into street; the body of your tire to rot tho been accepted as Knights of Colum- 103b South Twenty-eight- h Every Thomas W. King, Jr., soldier son of fabric and a guarantee of 3,500 bus overseas Secretaries. goes army King, Sr., 3428 In S Boldler about the American Hen- Thomas W. Mary Pearllne, Western mlle3 and thewith every retreaded Sewer and Culvert Pipe, beloved tiro, Parkway; Jennings and knows cost is to d Bannoa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, of tho price of a new tiro. dricks and they will be sure of a daughter of Robert and Jennie camps Cissell, 1713 Magazine street; Peter Racing car drivers, who cerIn hearty welcome the Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrifled BrlcK, son of tainly know everything about a tire, abroad. They are leaders, not alone Nleder, aged thirty-threFire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Brlch many athletic Joseph and Mary Nleder, 1231 ara using these retreaded ones, putIn baseball but in games, and the stimulation they Texas; Mamlo DIetz, aged twenty-nin- ting them to severe tests and findGrate and Roller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tens. may too expected to exert in K. of wlfo of August DIetz, 1114 ing them satisfactory. Messrs. ' OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. C. athletic fields will be noticeable. Thomas street; Griffith G. RIehl, Tom Moore, Jr., and B. C. Stivers BS "I am not going overseas expecting son of Valentine RIehl, 508 Fehr are doing patriotic service in sav2 CUMB, MAIN S07. PHONES CITY only to play baseball," said Jen avenue; Domlnlck Schneider, hus- ing cotton arid rubber for the Govnings, "but will take hold of any band of Theresa Schneider, 1530 ernment. They are also exclusive $ WORKS-Thirtee- nth and Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. ft work to which I may be assigned Ormsby avenue; MIbs Mary Nettie city sales agents for the famous 1 guaranteed 5,000 and do my level best to help tho Bchuh, daughter of Henry Schuh, Raclno tires, boys. I am proud to wear a K. of 721 West .Hill; Elizabeth Steler, be- miles, and Raclno adjustments. Steler, 121 C. Secretary's uniform and hope to loved wife of Frank Twenty-firs- t; Michael J. ROCICEUTBLTjEU TO CATHOLICS. Hendricks was North do it credit." equally enthusiastic at the prospect Walsh, Jr., son of Michael and Mary WINE HOUSD THK PHIL. HOLLXN1A0B 00. Can't sleep! Can't eat! Can't even digest what little you do eat! John D. Rockefeller, Jr., ad- HOLLENBAOH'S of being able, through tho K. of C, Walsh, 1928 Owen street; Mrs. Bee to help our soldiers, and voiced his Banet, widow of lEmllle Banet and dressed a delegation of Catholics In Karl a. Hollenbach, Prop. INeOXFOKATBD r purpose in sentiments similar to mother of Mrs. J. W. Mahoney, 312 New York Teecntly and made an Importer and Dealer in Distillers Of One or two doses South Twentieth; Patrick J. Lena- - appeal for aid In the coming War those expressed by Jennings. husband of work Campaign. Mr. Rockefeller" han, aged twenty-ninL FORTUNA SOUR MASH WINES AND LIQUORS Mary Sheridan Lonahan, 1828 Tyler emphasized the advantages CONDOLENCE. of co "HOLIiKXBAOH" PURS RYsl avenue; William y. Minor, oeioveu operation of the religious bodies and Horns144 South Third Street ARMY & NAVY Phone 1191 MM W. Mala St. LesterlUe, Ky. Miner, 533 told how it would reduce tho cost of Louisville tender husband of Katherino Catholics 4 Alexander L. of separate campaigns. Right Rev. their sympathy to Anthony iMatre, North Thirty-fiftyears old, son Dlshop Muldoon, Chairman of the DYSPEPSIA TABLETS K. S. G., National Secretary of tho Marret, twenty-tw- o Catholic Federation of the United of Charles and Jona Marrett, 2G3 National War Catholic Campaign Wednesday's committee, cited the perfect unity avenue. States, and his wife, who mourn Thompson will make you (eel ten years the loss of their youngest son, death record was somewhat less between all religious bodies In ii ii younger. Best known remedy Lawrence, who died in tho service than that of the preceding days, united war work. Bishop Hayes, of his country at the Great Lakes among the number being Mrs. Mary Director General of' the Catholic for Constipation. Sour Stomach """"" Naval Station, near Chicago. Young Seng, wife of Frank Seng, 1014 chaplains, and William Larkin, Diand Dyspepsia. at the Goss avenue; William G. Green-wel- l, rector of tho foreign work of tho Matre was an instructor twenty years old, 1814 "West Knights of Columbus, also spoke. naval rlflo range, where he was 25 cents a package at all Druggists, or Broadway; John W. Clark, 2335 stricken with OATHEDRAD DEDICATION. sent to any address postpaiuTby the His funeral took place In Chicago West O street,, who leaves a wife with military mass, attended by a and two children; John J. Mulcay, son, of Mary B. (Mulcay, contingent of officers and sailors of The handsome new Cathedral at U. S. ARMY & NAVY TABLET CO. II 107 Crescent avenue; Thomas J. Sioux 'Falls, 8. T., will be dedicated !! the United States navy. Broadway, N. Y. MoMahon, 1621 Bank street, son of by Bishop O 'Gorman on November a0 Wert POPULAR IN DAYTON. tha late Bryaa and Ellen McMahon; 21. Over half a million dollars has Mrs. Nora 0hee, beloved wife of been expended In ite erection, aad t The popular Dominican mission- George Shee, 4401 Southern Park last June the clergy of the diocese ary, Father J. L. J'lnerty, O. P., way. presented Bishop O'Gormen $40,000 of Louisville, will return to Daytoward its completloa NONE PURER NONE BETTER BOOMS LTBBRTT BONDS. ton, Ohio, for the third time within a year when he comes Sunday, OcThwmold PL ca. 10x8 or 13, to open The Boars' of Supreme Trustees 8!lS TJiermoM w, 80x8 22r Wttll MM AMI HlW auaVtr , tober days' Tetreat aattriduum (Major Gen. Thomas H. Barry, U. St. Agnes' of the Ladles' Catholic Benevolent three M IMS Sx8 THftrmoi W mUtt a eU te oar Taw: church, 'Dayton View, of which Rev, Association 'has voted to invest G. A., celebrated his sixty-thir-d H mjk fc4dh sbftJMM Ther; 2 Ns. K amt Fatlwr Sailer is pastor. Father $100,000 in Fourth LVberty Loan birthday anniversary Sunday. Gen. Flnerty gave a retract last spring at bonds. This is the third hundred Carry was horn ia New York City CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, the Sacred Heart church and made thousand dollar purchase ef Liberty and has an enviable military Teoord. LMsvMte Tin Rittttr Co, many warm friends on that o ea- bonds sittee last October by the He was the first cwstnanaer of " . Camp Grant at Kookford, III. Ii. O, . A. st on. Catholic Columbian. tHRrntWDK. Iaeriratd ItfA A'.Jif'LLLVfe&fcyBsviyBuafiiiJ mmmsasm 'Wfim Fifth and Markot Capital and Surplus-$1,700- ,000 Three Tor Cent. Interest Paid, Cor. On Timo Deposits it .....I 35.00 per yard..., S Dunolcum Stovo Rugs; in printed Dunolcum Stovo Rugs; printed In paxierns; tnoy aro sizo 3x4 V6 special designs for stoves'; sizo ,..,,,05c ami sixty-eigh- Mulloy's New Blend Coffee that COAL CO. JOHN MUI,X,OY QXJAJWCODY SERri03B High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Liberty Insurance Bank PER TON. TEMPORARY QUAJRTBRS . 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