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Kentucky Irish American 17. saying that he Charleston, S. noted the many robberies going on hero under the noses of the Keystone pollco, and suggests that if any of the barn boys want to go back to thoir former occupation the adCharleston Railway Company is convertising for motornien and ductors, and our. Louisville friend gays these jobs would be very desirable to our Keystone police, aa the cars pass many farins 9a their trips and our country boys wouldn't This it get homesick so easy. be more desirable seems would than trying to catch "dog gone" slicker burglars who won't oblige tho Keystoners by giving themselves ap, which is the only way they will At the next Police be arrested. .Chiefs convention Chief Petty can green make his fellow delegates with envy when he reports the nation and world wide reputation his keystone boys have acquired, and this office will he glad to file with him some of these glittering testimonials of his anotormen and conductor police. awkIt Is related that one of tho every ward (Squads aro "selected Saturday evening to catch bootleggers and they say tho funniest sight in existence Is to soe the In disguise. Keystone boys report Old and grum police never known to oven crack a smile (before guffaw out loud at the attempts of disguise by boys from the sticks. Ono reported back recently with his hat eviand clothes full of mortar, dently rolling in a mortar bed to appear like a plasterer or hod carrier. Some disguise, eh! But one showed real Ingenuity by coming in with a real linen collar on instead of the dirty celluloid collar which fs the unwavering and unfailing Insignia of the barn boys, now policemen. Their bravery In the bootlegging crusade can not be questioned, however, as three or four of them in uniform, assisted by and plain clothes men, walloped year old beat up a twenty-eigChildren, soldier this paBt week. Koy-stoht 1600 Taxicab, Aiito, BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance lailcag INCORPORATED LwrfsvHk Carriage and . VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Overseas Sorvice; by Bishop MulNational doon, Chairman of tho Bishop War Council; Catholic and Bishop Schrembs, of Toledo, Hayes, of New York, members of POLITICIANS Aro Amazed (i d HONORED Cardinal Gibbons Has Notable Celebration Golden Jublleo. "of them to Since Barnes, the victo nt Herald's Vllo Injuro Stanely. , Gov. At-t- o following:! "I am i Jill depending on the prayers ol s,tho children; ask them Quiet Hut to go to wmmunlon for mo again National Catholic War Council En illnue their prayers for 'Jot our Just cause." at, Monslgnor said ;hal Foch bad sent the WELCOMED I CAMP NEWS and again England, (Bishop " tempts Ogden Supporters Sore nt the noring of Congressional' . . Ig- Candidate. Col. Tctty's Keystone Police Acquiring" World Wide Itcpu-tntlo- n. and- - England had both Ami r united, by their work been fur In the o union causo in the war, Minister to Great Britain, France and Italy All M. DeCar Cer, Belgian among the the Unite States, was and Send Commissions guests, ad &was also (Monslgnor Baudrlllap ,of tho French Academy Good Wishes. and Reef, r " of the Catholic University of Paris. The delegations at the White havo sine ' , called House InlVashlngton. Baltimore Present Pro- Women of Into a Magnificent 'Set NORTON LEONARD. JLUtGil aid that the Seating, ie' of Northampton, Cathos of of Vcstineats. Tho from Mrs. FUNNY ATTEMPTS AT DISGUISE. i With" nil the venom and vigor the Louisville Herald conon Gov. tinues its daily assaUlt Stanley with the hope of turning the tide to the Rfcpubllcan camp, and hag used every mens of abuse and vindication in its repertoire to injuro his election to the United States Senate. First the attempt was made to create dissension beforces, tween the Beckham-Stanle- y this being followed by a move to inject the prohibition question In the campaign, which question both Republicans and Democrats agree Is a dead Issue. Then the Herald tried tn htivn the BaDtlsts organize acalnst Gov. Stanley, this being ninned In the bud by Dr. Landrum, ji n.intist minister, who Bald "win ning the war" comes first. Next our Republican organ tried to Impugn President Wilson's mdtlves in the letter to Senator Beckham candidacy. In behalf of Stanley's Then the State was combed clean to by the Herald correspondents setdig up some old disgruntled tlor who for the sake of getting his "pictur" in the paper would announce that ho and all (?) his followers would oppose tho Democratic All attempts fell on barnominee. ren soil and the poor old Plcadllly editor is pretty near nt his wit's g campaign. end In tho Coupled with the futile attacks on Qov. Stanley was a bombastic attempt to ring in "Doc" Bruner as the star of all our patriotic hopes, .voters nave Deen the i; but hnt possible mud-sllngln- ne beware! BISHOP XUTAEN. "i. hi,i the Destruction by the Germans of more than 300 churches in his owu diocese, "for which there was no military necessity," was described in New York by the Right Rev. Bishop of Hugene Lois Julien, Arras, who with French and English dignitaries was on tho way to Cardinal Baltimore to felicitate Gibbons on tho fiftieth anniversary of his consecration to the episcopate. "The Cathedral of Arras was burned In 1915," declared Bishop Julien, "and today Is a ruin, but we hope to restore It. I aowgiad to know that France and America are waftSn 0wtt,poHtlcW ifiirMBr '?3 tXPSS'ot his The force -- f PM.o a,i-l- on 1. lon7'aW'Titae ' vJsupporters here pretty sore K , of Septembet'm ' the. year of our of her youth Charles on the tional surrender' of Germany is ! Lord, one thousand nine hundred Toner, James H. MoGlll, Joseph J. evl table." Herald ana it is no secret uiai m and eighteen, and the fifth of our MeQHI, John Zoll, Will Sutton, John would prefer of Tho 'Bishop of Arras, In talking pontificate. Benedict P. P. XV." local Republicans Murphv, Charles Uhrlg and James the devastation wrought by the Ogden to Bruner, the Delegations from --the Catholics of Norton. Besides her husband, enemy, said that before the capture In tho August primary the Searcy-Chilto- n England, Belgium, Ireland, Frank Leonard, who will bo rememhv the British on Aug- Prance, machine laid all plans to of Bapaume Germans planted clock Canada and Mexico joined with bered by a hoet of friends In Louis29 the throw the harpoon into "Doc" and ust Supreme President those from this country in Balti- ville as - only kept off at the tearful requests bombs throughout the city, timed more on Sunday In honoring Car- of the C. former L. of A., sho leaves K. and to exnlode when the allied troop3 anqi near Mayor Smith, who begged Arrived. as her lmmedtato family hor father of the French dinal Gibbons on his fiftieth A and implored tho local Republican Chamber of member , a friend of niversary as a Bishop. Bishop F. and mother, brothor Victor, now In Deputies-not to knife his friend his, he said, was killed by one of W. Keating, of Northampton, Eng- France; William J Jr., now in the dictators Bruner, who like himself was a these bombs In the Bapaume City land, and Bishop Eugene L. Julien, Government service In Philadelphia, "Doc's" Democrat not long ago. the stories of Arras, France, occupied prom- and sister Dorothy, who now resides recent association with the Demo- Hall, "thus confirming the laws of inent parts In the ceremony. In Chicago and who Is also giving party doesn't make such a of German..vIolntIon of cratic It was announced that the all her spare tlmo and efforts to mountain Republi- war." big hit with tho "The French "people are delighted French Government has conferred the Red Cross canteen service. Mrs. cans,, as they are In the habit of with through Ambassador Jusserand at Leonard visited her former home in straight, and thoy Bishopthe American soldiers," said Washington qd the Cardinal tho Louisville a,, few short weeks ago taking theirs Julien. "They find them big maup jre not going to rollchap who beat brave, enthusiastic, generous, insignia of a grand officer of the and was the picture of health and jority for the city It was" also religious and a wonderful Legion of-- Honor. Sulplclans", an- happiness. Little did she oy any of mountain Bethurum, one of the who her friend dream that In less than example of sincerity and practical nounced that the boys. Catholic are to build a new seminary at two weeks she would bo brought to the French coming in fast pletv Well, evidence is make It a back to her last resting place. will Knights of Colum Washington, that Chief of Police Petty, the nqmilatlon. The Cardinal. police, bus aro doing most excellent work.' memorial to tho reviewed his work head of our local Keystone MADAttl FOCTI PLEASED. The Cardinal ho returned said something when In the church from the days when CALLED BY DEATH. from the Police Chiefs' convention Madame Foch, wife of the Marhe was a seminarian and praised 10,000 this past summer, when Bo came i Mrs. Margaret Hanlon, wife of the amicable relations that have ex- shal, has just received nut In a card telling of tho splendid JTronv the Knights .pf Columthe Capt. Thomas Hanlon. and one of isted between He Church and State francs work his Keystoners were doing and said the absoluto bus toward the fund for widows In America. were what a wide reputation they Ken-- the mostwidely known women in Independence of the Church frGin and orphans of French soldiers of ymorning died Monda1 New Albany, acquiring. This week tho greatest Paris, of Madame Foch Is Hospital. Hor tho Stateto had proved the America, Chairman, which gift was presented tucky Irish American received evl- - at St. (Edward's The blessing the church In dence that backs up tho Chief's death was due to a complication of The popular celebrations In honor by past Supreme Knight Edward L. a statoment In regard to tho wide diseases aftersixty-si- long illness. Mrs. of tho Cardinal wore called oft Hearn, now In Paris serving as an x 'years old and reputation alright, mention of the Hanlon was of tho outbreak of Spanish Overseas Commissioner for tho K. Albany, New,of Keystone police of Louisville being was a native Influenza. A purse of 150,000 of C. Intention of the Knights to made right up In the front line where she had lived all of her life. from the Catholics of the make this contribution became ,vr.n,oa in T?mnM. nnmmunlcatlons She was a daughter of tho late has been presented tp the knpwn on the. birthday anniversary tho Great Patrick Rice, a pioneer of the city Cardinal, pf Joan of Arc when the Knights have been received from Lakes encampment, telling how tho i who was active in its affairs in the of Columbus In New YorK honored receiving a at the'arly days. He was a member of theOnUnited States caoiegram irom the memory of the Maid of Orleans sailor boys were amused saying that tho Hbly of Hie Board of Trustees AnUllle3 'by placing a flora'l cross antics of Petty's performers. the rlnlty church at tho time tho festivities incident toGibbons golden of the valley on tho Jean ofof Arc Camp Eustls, Va other came from had of Cardinal v of the fhurch was built. 'Mrs. Hanlon was Jubilee postponed, Pope Benedict, Btatue appreciation expressing Anin Riverside Drive, been Keystone boys, while another, from a member of Holy Trinity church wishing to emphasize his tribute to nouncement was made of the proand active In church and charity the cavalry at Fort Riley with the Archbishop of Balti- posed gift by James A. Flaherty, sentiment, but the following work. Her funeral took place tho venerable to send a special Supreme Knight, when addressing more, decided : 6ame Wednesday morning. received this week from a soldier the cele- Marcel Knecht, of the French High Paralysis caused the death of envoy to represent him at appointed Commission; Gaston Liebert, French Thierry boy who was at Chateau Dupaquler, County Auditor, bration. He Immediately personal Consul General; George M. Kunz, holds the record for a long distance Emile home at Monslgnor Cerrettl as his tribute to our motormen and con- who died suddenly at his New Al- representative to the jubilee. Mon- President of the Joan of Arc Com' 1009 East Spring street. ductor police: tho slgnor Cerrettl Is the most prom- mittee, and Abbe Borde d'Arrere, "S6mewhere In France, Septem- bany, Monday morning. j)urlng was inent official ever sent by the the fighting priest of Paris. "We he Irish night his wife noticed that 1918 Kentucky 24, ber woman of to the United States. Sev-or- al honor the modern American, Louisville,. Ky., U. S. bieathlng heavily and discovered Vatican "and Cardinals have visited here, France," said Mr. Flaherty, way I S. Dr. R. unconscious. A. Gentlemen: Have' just received that he was was of more fitting arriving but they did not hold an office as can think of no by helping Madame called and. two copies of the K. I. A., the latest Rutherford Important as Monslgnor Cerrettl, dolnr "this than that the dated August 17. and they aro very a few minutes later, found Dupaquler who Is Secretary for extraordinary Foch, wife of the great Marshal, In patlqnt was dylnfr. Mr. nlghly welcomed by the the He, ranks tho work ahe Is doing for affairs. years old and had proiRRlaBtlcal boys, or wnom mere are iimuj m was sixty-on- e next to Cardinal Gasparrl, the Papal widows and orphaps of French soltwenty-si- x sector. Right now (evening lived In New Albany for this County (Secretary of State, who ranKs next diers Who have fallen on the field elected He was both copies, which were received at years. of honor." When accepting the to tho Pope. beon passed back and Auditor four years ago and was the noon, have Monslgnor Cerrettl probably will gift in behalf of tho French solboys going out glvon first Democratic nominee for forth, the next week for the United diers, widows and orphans, Madame ' preference in the reading. All take Besides his widow ho is survived by leave bearing a special j message Fdch assured Knights the of States . In the doings a daughter, 'Mrs. considerable Interest representative tnat "the of New Albany, and three from the. Pope. He will remain Columbus' police, the soldier of the Keystone tribute would add to the debt of weeks. boys having many a good laugh, at sons, Lieut. Albert Dupaquler", wlfo here several gratitude already acknowledged by doings, and the boys is In the -- Quartermaster's Departtheir funny French cltiaens for service Tendered PRAY FOR GEN. FOOH. discussions ment: Zenor Dupaquler, who is in have many inteerstlng them liTthe hour of distress by gen the sub- the Students' Training Corps at wlta the Keystoners for Soeaklnst at the celebration Mpn erous Americana." ject. The situation here is well in Notre Dame, and Leo Dupaquler. r ot Carhand. We'll take care of Heinle if He was a member of Holy Trinity day In Baltimore In DISAPPOINTS HUNT. Gibbons' fiftieth anniversary the folks back home take care of church and he alao was a member dinal Blehopi. Monelgnoi' William all of New Albany Council, Knights ef as a the '"Reformers," and we will The Moat Jter. Archbishop Shaw, Columbus; Unity Council, Y. M. I., Barnes. Catholic chaplain of save a "helluva" big time when England, asked the of New Orleans, late last week . and New Albany Lodge of Elks. Corporal come home. announcethe official "Park .Battery, 2nd Corps, Ar- The funeral was held Wednesday Cardinal to appeal to the Catholic authorized owing io prevailing ment that tillery Park, A. E. F., A. P. 0., morning, Rev. Dean Curran con- children of America to receive Mar- epidemic ol Spanish the influenza the for the intention of ducting the service. 775." shal Foch, and told how that" had dual ceremony of the conferring the go it can be seen from the above and PAIjMUM ARRIVHB. been done by the English children Sacred Pallium upon Hls,Crace Rev. Col. Petty's prophecy la regard that when tblrfga looked 'darkest for the the consecration of the Want (o the wide reputation of the ,the ltlght The Meat Jttr. JUgr. Shaw, allied OKuee. 'He aaid that Marshal Jules B. Jeeiimard aad as Blah'opa Ilk 0a-tort- a. la veriried. Fev., Arthur DroaaaerU ot New Orleans, will rToeh had written him as follows: Midlers, aallora and Arohblshop The "The aet of faith which the respectively of the ees of Lafayette the pallium next . dtillans HIm the Xeyatosm, while be jnreeted have and Uan Antonio had bean children burglar and croak! cry Xar Monday. ,Th eeietnony vrtll take mAm for of ! Great Britain postponed. This caused Intention has Dro- being able to place In thr old Cathedral, which I wn, the latter sot disappointment In the three Please them. A former has been renovated and recently roundly tombed me. them and beg get along without my gratitude to from I reopened. write cltlneo Louisville sln-gular- lv , be-nau- se arch-rtloceso k. hc-nocora-nunloh Xey-rtonera MrtgttMBfeeHi4Mtfffl FramP, Leonard, of Chicago, LETTER. occasloneHurprtse and is the cause INTERESTED IN OUlt SOLDIERS. to her (many of slncerimregrct friends hSn and In Chicago. Mrs. Leonard m,6 tho daughter of Will-laMargaret Uhrlg J. On Thursday, October 17, Bishop Cardinal Gibbons was tho re- and had ana here' all her lifeNorton cipient Saturday of testimonials tho date lived her marriage. up to Muldoon, Chairman of the National iaf It Is Catholic War Council, and Bishop from Great and congratulations io say how many Britain, Franco and Italy on his needless shV had, heroeveryone who Hayes, Chaplain General, were presas friends by the episcopal golden jubilee, which oc- know Norton loved her. ent at a luncheon tendered curred Sunday, and the observance She graduated from Nazareth Acad- New York commltteo of Catholic laymen to tho Right Rev. Frederick Saturday. The emy, thorfKghly of which began a busiFrench Commission arrived with the ness carei?. Her.fitted for ability William Keating, Bishop of Northexecutive good wishes and congratulations or was soon Jftcognlzed by tho ofllcers hampton, England, and Monslgnor the French Government ana tne of the ReJj Cross In her new homo Arthur Stapleton Barnes, of LonEngland, who are In this The Conimls-slone'- tn French episcopacy. nd she was called upon don, country primarily to convey tno were Monslgnor Eugene L. to Chica hslblo positions in tho greetings of the hierarchy of Engfill Julien, Bishop of Arras; Monslgnor executive es of tho branches and Baudrlllart, Rector of the Catholic auxiliary rtment, and later in land to His Eminence Cardinal M. l'Abbe the cant University of Paris; Plynn and M. l'Abbe Klein, both of served herM mntry as faithfully and 'episcopal jubilee, and who are also concerned with Paris. fully as soldier who has made deeply and to bo taken tho measures for tho spirtaken A delegation of prominent Cath- tho supr sacrifice, itual safeguard of American sololic women of Baltimore presented ling and gratifying to It Is especially Catholic tho prelate with a magnificent set her faml' have seen her services diers, quartered in England soldiers, or on of vestments. Cardinal Bourne and and sacr so beautifully and flt- - when the Bishop of Northampton, Eng- tlngly n tized by the executive leave. The luncheon, of which Adrian land, were present at the ceremony. staff of .merlcan Red Cross can- was Chairman, Monslgnor Nicola, Secretary, of the (eon In iago, by whom she was Llselln present a group and at which were ot the most Apostolic delegation in Washington, accorded. the honors duo to one notable New York Catholics, was an presented the Cardinal a metal of their. ildlers who practically crucifix on which aro delicately gave her re la tho noblest causo informal welcome to Bishop Keating which of a carved ivory figures of Christ and on earthi lay. The Red Cross at the outset extend sojourn month, to a will probably An autograph canteen the Virgin (Mary. dshed a letter tfreia the Pope accompanied escort of In during which time visits will be of her of the gift. The letter follows: iccompany her remains paid to the membersparts tho hieruniform of the "To Our (Beloved Son: We are trotri t! ipel to the train which archy In different In States. It was sending to you a souvenir of the took Louisville. Such a United of the speeches noted this, the so that happy day, which at the same time sight d and Impresslvo at course tar as is known, Is Is a testimony of our affection for the sau will be an Incentive a delegation charged thetofirst time formally you. Moreover, beseeching God to to her era to give renewed favorably Tegard your supplication, energy Lithful services where represent the English hierarchy has Bishop we empower you, In our name, on It is gl ly appreciated by the Waited the United States. Hayes offered the assurance that the day of your jubilee, at tho sol- Etaff am of tho Red Cross. emn sacrifice, to bless those preslie rules enforced by this mark of respect to the venOw Inent, announcing a plenary the- Ileal spartment it was neces- - erated head of the American hierdulgence to be gained by following sary ise with the church archy was highly gratifying to the the ushal conditions. And as a servlpi Cathedral, whero it American people, and Bishop Mulpledge of heavenly rewards and as was p take the remains and doon, speaking in the name of the Catholic War Council, proof of our own affection for you, where mg in the choir for National beloved son, wo lovingly in tho Lord many Father Raffo, a llfe- - thanked Bishop Keating, representImpart to you and yours tne Apos- long adviser, conducted ing the English hlerarefey, for all that had .been dOBSgtrAmeri taUiiLhii m mnv ' ,.we POPE'S AUTOGRAPH m Intllenza and pneumonia of ptactlcally sudden death tne Administrative vonuniuee, anu by- - Rev. John J. Wynne, S. J.' Nearly all of tho addresses were In Chaplains and Sisters Xurslng Sol- French, and the Bishop of Arras dlcrs Aro Stlckcn With tertains Visiting English and his distinguished colleague were tho Influciun. left In no manawr of doubt as, to Bishops. the heartiness of the welcome which awaits them, not only from the par ents and relatives of the Catholic butnCctor and Priests of tho Sacred Urgent Problem With Which tho soldiers who are In France,people from the whole American ' Heart Retreat Untiring Itnighta of Columbus now rejoicing that the martydom which has been the experience of Workers. Havo to Deal. tho past four years Is at an end. Bishop Julien arid his suite left on Saturday for "Baltimore, whither by they were accompanied the Bishop Julien Guest of the Knights Chancellor of Baltimore diocese, Peoplo of Louisville Havo Been Very Generous in Fur- of New of Columbus Father Stlckney, who had como to Now York to meet them. York. nishing Dellcncles HELP TniSJJUXD. More than a hundred letters exhorting tho people of every Cath- CO.MPL1MKXT K. O. WORKERS. olic parish In this country to give the utmost support to the United War Work Campaign for $170,500,-00- 0 through the sevon welfare Duo to their close contact with agencies "for the boys over there" the soldiers sick at Camp Zachary have been sent to all the resident Taylor priests In every diocese by tho relief three of the chaplains doing work and four Sisters became at tho Archbishops and Bishops request of the National Catholic victims of the Influenza during the In behalf of tho past week. The sick chaplains are War Council Blndlo, Typical of Fathers Donough, Behan Knights of Columbus, all these letters are the, following and Calmus. At this writing all are pronounced out of danger ex-- 1 extracts: ha3 who Archbishop George W. Mundeleln, cept Chaplain Calmus, our aid this been removed to a private room at of Chicago: "With quarters, where ho drive can be made a tremendous tho officers' glory will receive tho best of attention. success and redound to the training of our church and tho satisfaction Chaplain Fealy, of the of our people, and be a message of school, has beon confined at St. comfort and encouragement to the Joseph's Infirmary for the past ten hundred thousand Catholic boys days but expects to get back to the from our archdiocese, whom our camp 'soon. The Sisters who were country's call has taken away from taken ill whllo nursing at the hospital were taken homo and family to face hardship emergency ttfid death Itself for the honor of home from the camp and all aro on coun tho road to recovery. our flag and the glory of our The work try. You will pleaso read tins ot these Sisters will never bo sur- Impress passed, says Capt. Maher, of the letter at all' the masses and upon your peoplo the necessity of emergency hospital headquarters, doing everything in their power forj The night and day force of the the comfort and welfare of their Knights of Columbus Secretaries boys." land chaplains are still very busy, of nlthough their work is much easier Bishop John J. O'Connor, Newark: "Local Interests and per- -. than it was last week. The camp sonal wishes muBt all yield to the 18 under tho strictest quarantine, as compelling .purpose of tho United ono 0f tho chaplains found out In No one can going on a sick call Into the area War Work Campaign. excuse himself, on any scoro, from 0f iie emergency hospitals. The tho personal duty this campaign coi0red guard called: Involves. My words are directed to "Halt, who goes there?" every Individual In your parish. I priest answered, Catholic appeal to each Individual on the ..Fatner Vincent of the Passlonlsts, grounds ot religion anu painuusm. wno nas bcen doing relief duty." I urge each one to give, and give "Whar's your cross?" replied the toward the success or this great guard. work. There shall be no discriminaFather Vincent reached Into his tion in the disbursement of tho fund. pocket and showed the guard a Let there be no discrimination on small crucifix he carries. your part in its accumulation. The "Dat ain't ntf good, sah, You chartly and patriotism qf your par- have to have it on your ahoulderp:" shall be Justly measured ishioners It was aweaeary to call the Cor- ef. uu . .iwmiaiwuM Maret rs soml-mlllta- ry -- - . . Keating and Monslgnor Barnes, ac companied by the Rev. John J. Wynne, S. J., editor of the Catholic Encyclopedia, after a visit to the Knights of Columbus headquarters for overseas work, were present by invitation at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Catholic War Council. Mgr. Barnes urged upon tho committee tho necessity between of distinguishing the English and the French aspects of the soldier problem. There are at all times a considerable number of American soldiers in England for one reason or another, and because of tho stringent military regulations communications between Paris and London is very much more difficult and less expeditious than between Thus in New. York and London. order to be able to communicate with the Knights of Columbus headquarters in Paris before leaving for had beon America Mgr. Barnes obliged to spend two weeks - Jn completing papers giving him permission, to travel to PaTls, where night. Twenty-fiv- e oo spent one signatures, were necessary before this journey could be undertaken. In view of the certainty that comes millions of when peace American soldiers will havo much tlmo upon their hands, and will be subjected to Influences that have not been dealt with on the other side of the Atlantic with the same firmness that has been shown on this side, Mgr. Barnes urged, and iu this his position was endorsed by Bishop Keating, that tho utmost to consideration should be given what may be very soon tho most urgent problem with which the Knights of Columbus will have to deal. The visitors were assured by the Chairman and members of the Executive Committee that every fort would, bo made to conform ef- On1'liewfonowln',!,rday' ' "Blahop VBienenlWili: bundi; ''This' United War camnaizn Imposes upon Catholics tho strict obligation or doing tneir full share of the work and of contributing their full share of the money, The honor of tho church Is at stake, and all the forces of every narlali and society should be pledged and put forth that this arduous and lgJT to Jat W wh their wishes, as the determination of tho Rational Catholic War Council Is that the. Knights of Columbus shall labor for the spiritual and physical welfare of the American soldier wherever he may go. On Friday, October 18, Msgr. Julien, Bishop of Arras, arrived in way to New York, also on his Baltimore, bearing tho greetings of tho French hierarchy to Cardinal Gibbons. As with all of the other Bishops In the area of army occupation In Franco, Bishop Julien has been of great help to the Knights of Columbus In the field, and the In Service Director of Overseas France has .sent In advance of Bishop Jullen's coming full reports Df the obligation the Knights working In France were under to the Bishop himself and to the mera- Jiera of the hierarchy whOEe envoy ae Is. Therefore upon his arrival In New York and before proceeding to Baltimore Bishop Julien was entertained at dinner at the Waldorf py the Knights of Columbus. W. J. In cities Mulligan, Director of the Knlght3 Those yoters residing Committee on War where registration Is Tequlred, and of Columbus ActlvrHee, presided. Bishop Julien who because of sickness, or abby Msgr- - Bau- sence failed toy enroll themselves on was accompanied drlllart, probably the most cele- the regular registration days, haye brated scholar and publicist of con- another opportunity to qualify as temporary 'Catholic, France, Abbe voters on October 28. 29 and 30. Flynn and Abbe Klein, A hearty This apeelal regiatratlon Is by affidavit before the County Clerk. Evwelcome was tendered to the visitors by Director ery Demoprat ahoald see that his Mulligan and William P. Larkln. name haa been rejtletered. otherwise. of CoJumbus hTa vote will be loat, y Director of Knight -- Pyles, of the base hospital, paid the K. C. workers quite a he called a compliment rwhen meeting of all workers on Mon'day last and said he wanted men to handle the serious cases in the hospital at night, to relieve the officers beon on duty so bond men who hadThe chaplains and ' much over time. nml Secretaries had been on duty every success." night since the Beige began and knew exactly what to do. The next ULYJOR DUFFY, night tho Y. M. C. A. Secretaries Now it's Major Francis P. Duffy, also Joined in tho work under tho direction of the Red Cross. of the 165th the former Fathor Alphonsus, rector of the News of the promotion of Heart Retreat the gallant regimental chaplain Bacredroad, has been on the au whose bravery .and devotion to his worker with the priests untlrjng at the men have endeared him to every camp, three from his monmember of It was made public by astery, and priest from one the Passlon-Ist'- s Justice Victor J. Dowllng, who In work staff his address at the opening of the the day doing relief night. during This Cardinal Farley rest for service mude theand oneof at chaplains four staff men cited Father Duffy's fine work. during day and three at night, tho "Although a chaplain Is Beldom with three sick during tho past promoted In the army until he has many years," said week, who of jcourse were off duty. served many, It was very edifying to see the Justice Dowllng, "Father Duffy has way the soldiers received the sacrabeen promoted from the rank of ments and how resigned they First Lieutenant to Major, even seemed to skipping a Captaincy. He has also chaplains. be after a visit from the received the distinguished service The people of Louisville were of Gen. cross from the hands generous Pershing and has been recommended veiy men, which sending delicacies to were carried to the for the Croix de Guorre by tho the. Tom Mrs. General commanding the French diet kitchen byMurphyBrocar, many and h has been Berkley, Mrs. troops the others. fighting with." sympathetic Thero were Justice Dowllng said ho under- scenes during themany two weeks at past of stood this was the first news (he base hospital, especially in the Father Duffy's promotion to bo country. Several case of Private Gabel, ot Fremont, In this 17. hundred persons, Including officers Ohio, who died Octpberbefore His brother died at of the army, navy and marine corps, Camp Sherman,the day and attended the opening of the club from home notifying the telegram of his him house, wlilch Is on West Thirtieth brother's death found him a corpse street. also. Ho was prepared Tor death by Chaplain Barrett, which was the REGIONAL INSPECTOR. only consolation to his yojing wife funeral ot J. Walsh. S. J., at home. The double the largest Rev. Edward two heroes was since last May dean of the Depart- these over hold In tho city of Freat one ment of Arts and Sciences Georgetown University, has been mont, Ohio. The officers training school for. appointed regional Inspector of the which Infantry men opened Monday with of New England colleges of havo Student Army Training Corps, several well known young men Robat Louisville among Its students, and will have his headquarters Harvard University. His new duties ert G. Wulf, who was formerly the of Construction for the como under tho direction of Knights of War Department. Father Walsh ties, being Columbus War Actlvl enrolled. will have the status of a Major In Tho are the army, although his duties will closed K. of C. buildings and still the for entertainments not nertaln to the progress of the only Is writing training of students In the army home activities allowed to tho folks', which the boys colleges. He will Inspect tho collegiate work at tho different uni- do with a vengeance. The Interiors have of the halls have been painted versities and schools which the and footlights student military organizations, re- duringbeen lay off, so Installed, that tbl"K8 porting to the War Department any have deficiency In progress of students, or will bo In go'od shape when1 the ban Is lifted. their general advancement and kept busy Tho Secretaries are yet "answering telephone progress. calls from the city and can be seen all over the ramp delivering mesVOTERS CAN REGISTER. Col. dark. J8t "..'"nnn?7 Sixty-nint- h. New-bu- rg Sixty-nint- sages. r PRH2ST j- - Gov. Capper, of Kansas, appointed Rev. Joseph A. Shorter, of an-ual - NAJIEBv I, Leavenworth, a delegate to the eongreea of the American Prison Aaaoclation, held In New City, this week. York. Father with Shorter has been connected the Xanaaa State prison contluu twenty-sew- n oualy for years, ok &''"' ,f . 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'Hundred They called us the LOUISVILLE, KY FAK OVEH TOP. ..SATURDAY, It Is OCTOBER 26, 1918 Before we wero sent away, But we were the Fighting Sixty-nint- O. 4203 S. 9192-certainly made tho terms and conThey say that a name doesn't matditions of peace much hardct for ter much Both Phones Both Phones 2406 Germany by its ruthless conduct. It I used to say so, too; POULTRY FOOD-AN- D must now pay the penalty. But I'll tell the world If it asks me & 0 0. SUPPLIES now Cor. Fifth and Market Adolph Rcutllngcr none of that stuff is true! That Free Advico on Poultry and cnuRcir. ' Pet Diseases Sixty-fift- h We are the Hundred and Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 INSUBANOB TORNADO, LIABILITY AND a SHOP Never more was loyalty to Mother Threo Per Cent. Interest Paid comes to stop; When the signal PLATE GLASS 210 WEST MARKET .STREET Church exemplified than last Sun- But we aro the Fighting Sixty-nint-h On Timo Deposits 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Quick Delivery When It's up and over the top. day, when thousands of tho faithJames B. Brown...... ....President ful, though not ablo to hear mass ARTHUR A. WILL ENGRAVERS Henry J. Angermoier..Vlce President because of the Health Board reJames J. Hayes .Vice President SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPAN! strictions, made visits to church to C. M. S. Hebel BUILDER .Vice President pray and meditate. John S. Akers .Cashier ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Oscar A. Block Asst. Cashier ELECTROTYPERS 2131 MONTGOMERY STREET A. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashier IX TRUE COLORS. 835 W. Main St., Louisville, Kj Home Phono Shawnee 1010 Home Phone City 5674 In subscriptions to tho Liberty A little girl has arrived at the Loan tho poorest showing was mddo home of Mr. and Mrs. Cary B. SOUTn LOUISVILLE SAVINGS WVVWWVWHVWWWWVWWtWVHWWWWttWW FRANK A. OHLMANN In tho Southern section represented HInes. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y AND DEPOSIT BANK as tho Atlanta district. , This is the 000 East Franklin Street Attorney Clem Muggins has reFourth and Central Avonuo homo of Tom Watson, tho noted turned from a two weeks' stay in GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS bigot, with a host of Junior Order Washington. Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Deposits. A General Banking Busiand A. P. A. followers who havo Cumb. Main 967-ness Transacted. John P. Langan has been ill the been posing as real American paon weeks triots for years. Now watch for the past two street. at his home Phone City 4131 Homo Phone City 2845 knew we would! Dumcsnil (Menace and dark alibis from the i Wilson's last Like President BERNARD FENZ press who are always solicit' 'Mrs. John P. Hanley, Crescent reply, this response on the part of lantern BATH'S OAFE ing graft funds from their dupes Hill, has as her guest Mrs. J. S. FOR YOUR GROCERIES EVERYJSdLaixx all the people will "meet with disDarnell, of Frankfort. THING THE MARKET AFFORDS to be used for "patriotic AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor approval" in Potsdam circles. WWWHWHUVMttWUWHHWUWVVtwWWvmwWViWM Promptness and Satisfaction But Americans, at homo and Miss Ruth (McCollum has been 441 East St. Catlicrino 421 East Jefferson Street visiting her father, O. D, Mc- abroad, will understand that wo ' WELL TN HAND. Collum, at Junction City. are all marching to shoulder City 5692 ?hone "SOUTHERN STAB" shoulder, in spite of intervening At first glance it appeared as Mrs. Joseph Sclioltz is spending U. Platoff, Prest. seas, and that our voices aro all tho German Government had put Borne time with her mother, Mrs. SLICED BACON I. Bush, united in that great paean of certain President Wilson in a kind of diplo- Louise Cassilly, in the Highlands. PLATOFF & BUSH AM Ready for Year Griddle la tfae victory as we advance each accord- matic hole when it accepted all of incorporated MoralBs" Mrs. James Lawson and Miss GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND ing to his special duty chanting hisf propositions as Ka proper basis 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Lydla Lawson havo returned from BUILDERS "On to Berlin!" HAMB, peace. LARD, SAUSJLOH for Tho Allies themselves a visit to Mrs. John Lawson at lueclal Attention To .Repair Work seemed to think so, for their Cloverport. rv fcOCWVILLK PROVISION CO. -paying-th- b' t PEMALTYr Jft'i. tt v Estimates Cheerfully Furnished' spokesmen of the press, particularly OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. L-(Incorporate.) 1 visMrs. John Fallahay has been" the; British press, hastened to say iting in Indianapolis, tho guest of Aa viewed by the True Voice, the that the armistice I3O0DEC asked for by Ger- her sister, Mrs. John O'Hern, AshHomo Phone Shawnee 803 most striking paragraph of Presi- many SAM L. ROBERTSON should properly be arranged land avenue. Cusab. Main 299S.a Homo City 2008 X dent Wilson's reply to Germany Is by Marshal Foch, HENRY GOSS that It was a CONTRACTOR FOR H"M,4-H,frnot the demand for an end to thing to be considered by t ! M $i 'l 4 f 'H"4"H"m Mrs. John E. Cole, Ohio avenue, Roofing, Guttering, Spouting the leadautocracy vital as that is to the ers of been entertainthe armies in the field. We Jeilersonville, hasMrs. Rose Amick. Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW ing her mother, peace conditions but tho arraigndo no injustice to the Allies Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h St. ment of Germany for recent atroci- wo say they would prefer to when of Indianapolis. have 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home ties. It Is a far cry now to tho Qf I! Phone Shawnee 368 Mrs. Joseph Culver, Now peacemaking in their own Louvain and the sinking of tho hands; Haven, was indeed it would be un her daughter. here last week visiting SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY A OS. Miss Goldle Culver, at Lusitanla. These excited universal reasonable to expect them to do Cedar Grove Academy. Loans to those having regular Inhorror at the time, and Germany otherwise. At the same Headquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity time it AL. S. SMITH, PROP. could never regain the good opinion must bo Mr. and Mrs. Arthur or red tape. Loans to housekeepers OITY AND FARM PROPKBTS Klnsella remembered that victory of the world until these crimes wero as had as their guest the past week on their personal security; See as about anvthlnr in far as it has been won belongs Mrs. Joe Shoemaker, of New Haven, atoned for. But to continue In to the United States, state. We sell, buy and rent F. It. POOLEY, and If any one mother of Mrs. Klnsella. ruthlessness, even while asking for power has a right to say Room 1, Courier-Journ604 W. JEFFERSON 8T. Building, what shall peace, shows that repentance is be tho terms on which peace must Miss Margaret Senior returned 415 S. Fourth Street. Some Phone City 4464. still far from the heart of German como BOTP PHONES 810. that power is the United Friday to Sacied Heart Academy, officialdom. Germany wants peace States. The President's reply to after spending a week with her r. K. YANN DAUIY COMPANY parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. O. Senior. WM. P. BANNON only to save her own territory from Germany must convince everyone SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. the fato which her armies inflicted that he is fully equal to the occa(Mrs. Carl Neal and MIs3 Princess INCORPORATED CONTRACTING PLASTERER upon other lands, and which she sion and has tho situation well In Kelly, of Warsaw, Ind., who were visiting Mrs. Madeline Pfau Kelly fears will now be visited upon her hand. He has made 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Brook and Bloom it plain that own people. But the ruthless the Gerlnan authorities with whom In Jeftersonvllle, havo departed for home. Both Phones 4302 slaughter of City 8380 Cumb. S. 153-on tho ho Is ready to deal must really passenger ship Lelnstor showB that represent Mulr Semple, who has been very tho German people, that 111 only her lack of power prevents her he can not have, at St. Joseph's Infirmary, is not have convalescing and is with Mr. and Home City 2803 "SOUTHERN STAR" Inflicting fresh horrors uppn the any peace dealings nnd,willtho g with INCOIIPORATBD Mrs. Zach McKay at O'Bannon REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY SLICED BACON world. Under the circumstances, it German junkers. Ho has LOUISVILIiE KENTCPOKY AU Ready for Your Griddle in the is not difficult to understand that also made it plain to friend and foe FRED HORNUNG, JR. LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. Morning" Misses Kathryn Settle and Dor- tho Allies do not look upon Ger- alike that tho United States will HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING many's peace offers as genuine and stand for any diplomatic nonsens jfothy Drlscoll left Wednesday for e; Camp Sevier, S. C, to report for LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 713 West Jefferson Street maae in gooa raitn. Had any that she Intends to see that peace training In the Nurses' Reserve Incorporated Louisville, Ky. other power on earth made the when it does como will be a peace Corps. same offers of peace they would In accordance with sense of Jusher Owen T. Sullivan, who Is a stuJ. B. SCHWARTZ have been accepted at once. But tice, and in this he shall havo tho DEAD ANIMALS. " dent at the University of Lexington Germany's offer is viewed with deep support of the people of overy shade has been spending a few days with Highland Park, Ky. Funeral Directors HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) suspicion and distrust because of of politics. his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Owen GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS Sullivan. her bad faith In the past and also Call Home Phone City 721; - and Embalmers. VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Cumb. Phono Main 721. V because of the continuation of her MAKING KAISER LISTEN. Mrs. Thomas Radlgan was called Homo Phone Parkway 360 WO of ruthless devastation and A.VJBM1CJH to Cannelton last week by tho LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. 426 W. MARKET Cumb. Phone South 2265-Telephone 1022. shameless disregard of humane America's registered man power, dangerous illness of her sister, f LOUISVILLE. KY. principles even in tho hour in the War Department announces, is Miss Agnes Scheidegger, who conWhen in Louisville Store Your Car A complete line of Furniture at WUEST BROS. which she craves peace. Thero 23,456,021. Of these 12,996,594 tracted influenza while visiting in at the prices that aro always tho lowest. JOHN B. RATTERMAN Owensboro. might be some condonation of past registered on September 12. It is 6 WEST HULL STREET Satisfaction guaranteed. ICOEBNER & STRADER GARAGE crimes were theso not carried on to no wonder tho Kaiser wants peace. Mrs. Benjamin Kllng, who lost FUNERAL DIRECTOR Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen. 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main the very end. In thus carrying With about 2,000,000 men overseas week underwent an operation at eral Machine and Model Work 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Gas, Oil and Repairing. Washing them on Germany has defeated her at the present time and others Sts. Mary and Elizaboth Hospital, is Steel Stamping now oul; of danger and rapidly re- and Polishing a Specialty. own purpose and made certain her going at the rate of 250,000 Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland a covering, to the great delight of Home Phone, City 6648 Home, City 3481. West 1107a. own punishment. month, it can be said without her many friends. There Is no longer any doubt boasting that our strength as a Look up your velour, beaver 'As Nef to You is the Nearest Phoa" reAirs, iticnara uonaon nas that the Allies and America, too BEUTEL & FREDERICK AND military power is enough to alana turned from a several months stay OIHO AND MISSISSDPPI ana ieit hats and inavo them will Insist upon full reparation even Kaiser Wllholm. KENTUCKY RIVER LINE cleaned, dyed and reshaped. He tricked In the East. En route home Mrs. We FLORISTS Trom Germany new styles. First-cla- FUNERAL when tho timo us by his peace talk last winter Condon visited her sisters, Mrs. have twenty-fiv- e FLOWERS work. Your old hat made Flowers for All Occasions. Design comes to arrange peace. And there Into Inactivity until our help for Howard Pullum, of Yonkers, and J. S. JONES. Agent new for tho small price of. Work a Specialty. Mrs. Charles E. Cooney, of Syramust be punishment, too, for the the Allies came nearly too late. A Special Spray $3.00 cuse, N. Y. Fourth and River, Lonisvillo 1 South Brook Street violation of the rules of civilized But now we are in a position to A Special Wreath $5.00 warfare in taking and executing give him "force to tho utmost .J The marriage of Miss Genevieve Phones: IMaia 9214; City 416 Home, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Pogue and Howard M, Hart, of "" w hostages. These outrages must bo That is all he will listen to. B''! Curled. Cincinnati, Second Lieutenant In the KENTUOKY & INDIANA CANTEEN nose Ffesa 2550 made impossible in any .future aviation section, United States army, rare by punishing condignly those COKE STATION If the narrow bigotry that seeks stationed at MIneola, L. I., was sol City Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. guilty of them in this war. Then to deprive the oldest Christian emnized Tuesday morning at the Waitresses, Blankets, etc.. Cots, 713 West Jefferson, North Side there is the question of guarantees church of the wine necessary for its Cathedral of the Assumption. The Bed Clothing, Furnishing-- Goods, bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Cutlery, Novelties. which will be Imposed to secure most Important ceremonies were Mrs. Philip Pogue, of Crescent Hill. ( ,T (LAUNDRY AGENCY. jyj3LlJSCHZ fulfillment of peace terms. What subtracted from the prohibition 1 We telegraph Flowors Everywhere STARRS BUILDINQ. guarantees may be can not movement thero would be no move these Thomas J. Madden and bride. NATIONAL HATTBRS who was Miss Mary Agnes Murphy, l at this time be decided offhand. ment left. Blv yonr boy aa education that will TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. who had been staying at the Hotel But since the whole world no Henry Watterson, left this week for 895 W. Jefferson St.,N;LofUeville, Ky. longer trusts the promisee of GerST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE It almost goes without saying Nashville, where they will make Suite Preeeed While You Wait. many they will doubtless be ex that If the Republican party with their home. Their marriage was Hats Cleaned and Blooked While 119 W. Broadwny, iooUvUl, JCy. acted, and they must be sufficient Its hlfch tariff principles be success- - quietly solemnized at St. Brlgld's Home Phone City 1931 Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother The brides- - You Walt. Soldiers' Uniform and ana tiuntuu, outeuuuo jusinea to socute their purpose- -a just art mi at the polls that lgue of church !on Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Course. Preparatory Department. Lrz Bwimaung pool. Well Equipped Qymaa- permanent peace. It will be hard nations to which the Freetdent-- is ZZii tne groomsman was William and Delivered. Our Motto: "Servioe. turn. iwuiR muueraie. Attention and Quality." Thi. 5mokt. Of Tim Houuj en Germany to submit to all this, 'committee, will become impossible. MeOrath. Bra, Benjamin, Dlr. A Louisville and Kentucky are far over the top In the Fourth Liberty loan, giving a united and emphatic answer to Germany and Berlin. It Is tho universal, unwearied, unmistakable reply of a united peoplo to all German peace propaganda, past, present and future. Indeed additional thousands were subscribed a3 an emphatic and personal protest against any suggestion or semblanco short of "uncondiof compromise tional surrender." Tho work of the Louisville Liberty Loan organization and tho gratifying results have attracted national attention. Hero every one subscribed, the total of subscriptions surpassing all expectations. And this Spartan courage Is the heritage of our women as well as men, for they worked heroically to the very end in tho face of tromendous obstacles. There lies tho big, tho beautiful, tho blessed part of this magnificent response to the call to arms of tho folks at home. Overseas our boys In khaki have met and vanquished of the tho crack shock troops Kaiser. We knew they would! Over here we have met that dangerous enemy, German peace propaganda with Spanish influenza mobilized In mighty reserve and can wire the glad news to our fighting men that we stand with them: "Back to back, with a claymore in each hand." And they that day! to be trusted and to be treated as We wero the Fighting Sixty-nintJ. M. BUOKNEH Of glory and great renown, honorable antagonists. But It is a WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST havo When we started at Chateau-Thlor- y, they punishment which they call the town. Or whatever 000 West Main Street brought upon themsefves. Tho rest Itself An Irish flag went over tho top of tho world must protect Louisville, Ky. against broken faith and atrocities, On a fighting Corporal's gun! even though the terms bo harsh and Side by side with the Stars and Stripes, HOME SPOT CANTEEN severe. German tho punishment As we drove at the fleeing Hun; militarism staked all on winning And Irish blood made red tho GENERAL MERCHANDISE FOR ground tho war. To that end It sacrificed SOLDIERS Where some of our brave lads every consideration of honor and fell; Soft Drinks,' Candies, Cigars, humanity. Now it has certainly We were the Fighting Sixty-nint- h Tobacco. The Right Place for lost tho war, and it has just as When we gave the bodies hell! Right Prices. h, that they have forfeited all right hard for her leaders to realize When wo drove through tho foe 1403 Sovcnth Street 3 East Main Street Choice Staple and Fancy GROand Automobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES. MEAT flTirl VEfJWPJUT.m Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- - VaRXET. Fine Teas nnrt nnfr00 Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. h chinery Repairs City Homo To. Homo Phone City 1533. 'phone 2147; Cumb. South 1568-Y. OIHNE BREITEXSTEIN iienry scnun they ad- bring out, to your profit. Phono City 2923; Residence 7108 There's an unusual degree of emartness and cortaln comfort in those shoes that will please yon, wo aro sure. CHARLES BALLSIAIER 230 East Market Street Between Brook and Floyd PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE, Jon Work A Specialty THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. Everything for tho Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE Style 781 $7.00 See Today's Window. Cfc-- jf Prices aro consistent with these exceptionally splendid shoes. ; t h - OZr Mmmjm w&m wi u a n j 4IM19 FOURTH 'w nil AVENUE h Mm mTm tip ; loyalty to ALLEE 'S PET REUTLINGER FIRE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE f SOGIETV. ! J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &SS& A I East . f'fr'0"l'iWMi'M'IM"'l'It4' DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlTi 1 Sec.-Trea- s. v W"..t-"- s v Funeral Directors and Embaimersl rIIO!VEJ. 41 , GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director m al I Funeral and Embalmer f f at)ai I 508-51- toaeKeofjee Y pledge-breakin- OIEAISISIS AJStl IYJBIS '4ee)eaacae)44ij SWISS :eeeeea4testda(84fj CjfjfAp n. BOSSEaSON FEHH Y 934-93- LADIES' HATS ss 1220-123- A 1,SS " v Falls Straw Works DENTIST 900-90- TlcSMOKIRS TJll' "5lT"VA, Jtepf 5o - ,,y jcBsrmcrosrsr irih mdessmoai. 99 "Stand By Old Glory and President Wilson BsvABBBBBBt WILSON'S REQUEST FOR vtiWVIVVVttfct vn vfHflNttB'lljnjgBBfefjBBBBjlBk SBBBjjjBjPBjSBBegBv bfafcJTK BBJbBjbjbjbhkSRBjbBjbB. BnlQBBBBm flPWBsssBivBVBj&iiBBBBBBBBBBH BjHJBJsEEsBj3fljlBjHJHjHjHJHH. STANLEY PUT IN PLAIN TERMS bbbbbbbbv kmBssm- - IhbmK W WW BBW'.BB'! adBBaBa&BBMBBrvli vs&Lu,& dsBaflKvDBaBBalBBaV M&&i?EKHm2?v&EK BBj.,- - IBjBjBjBjBBjhjhJhjhjhjhBbw J 0bbbbbp Straight Democratic jf ''mSSBKBKBKSBSrk Ticket r GOV. A. O. STANLEY V Sv . flMJ "( Christian church, Hickman, Ky.: I earnestly desire tho election of Oov. Stanley to the United States Senate. I supposed that my wholehearted support of him was well known throughout Kentucky. "Woodrow Wilson." With tho above telegram, President Wilson has set his earnest seal of approval upon the candidacy of Gov. Augustus Owsley Stanley for the United States Senato In Kentucky. Not only has the President thus flatly backed tho candidacy of tho Democratic nominee, but authoritative Information from White House circles In Washington is to the effect that he stands willing to furnish anything In the nature of an Indorsement that Gov. Stanley desires. The telegram to the Rev. Mr. Mlley was in response to a query directed by the Hickman, minister to tho White House. Apparently it knocks Into a cocked hat the attack of tho Republican organs in Kentucky on the letter written by tho to Senator J, C. W. President Beckham on the eve of the latter's departure for Kentucky to open the campaign, which, the G. O. P. partisans endeavored to make it appear, studiously avoided mentioning Gov. Stanley's candidacy. This letter was merely one wishing good luck to Senator Beckham. President Wilson has a number of time3 expressed his entire confluence In Gov. Stanley and counts him among the friends of the administration, whoso election tho President earnestly hopes for, according to Information from -- The Language Used by President Leaves No Doubt of Wishes. "Tho Rev. E. L. 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BHiBHBffirfBr HBmhBBhf BBBBBBk Wi BBBS vBBSBHUlBHBBHBHHrv HHHHBBSBhHBRIBj'' m tfTnMHtHWBBfff'flBflP BV flBBBBBBBBQHBaBBV''VMHBlBBBBBk. b1bBBbBBbDb,I mBBBBBBBB. ,1 3& lW. r" JUDGE THOS. Democratic Nominee for Jud INTO ETERNAI REST. It. GORDON, &t2 SWAGAR SHERLEY, Democratic Nominee for Congress. SAM L. ROBERTSON, EVERYBODY 'aieaddv jo anoo en JO 3 RIXJENT DEATHS. FRENCH IN LONDON. FOR SAM. Democratic Nominee for City Treasurer. SEVEN G01J STARS. over you in tho Lord. Perform tho duty that may be assigned to you with cheerfulness and promptness "unto the Lord." Aim to bo useful, not prominent or conspicuous. Show a deep personal interest in the spiritual welfare of your children. Especially "tako caro" that they be given a Catholic education. Give these rules a fair trial and watch iho result. SOLDIERS' CHRISTMAS. Mrs. Mary McDonald, a life long Field Marshal French, Lord and faithful member of St. Louis Lieutenant and Governor General of Bortrand's tvarlsh. MoA Runrlnv Ireland, left Dublin on Sunday for nlght at the G13 'London to submit his views to the We3t Breckinridge street. She was Cabinet on tho Government's failure seventy-tw- o years of age and was to enforce conscription in Ireland. the widow of the late John McDon- It is understood that he would reald, a former grocer and prominent sign it a satisfactory arrangement Louisville resident. She is survived was not reached. oldest and most respected residents by one brother, of Central Indiana. She was the One by one the men who havo three daughters, Thomas Kelly, and n Mrs. Joseph BISHOP RUSSELL. widow of Coleman A. Ridge, a refused and are refusing to buy and MIs&es Helen and Annln railroad contractor, who built a part Liberty bonds are being found out. McDonald. The Right Rev. William T. Rusof the L. & N. system. She leaves They had an easier time of it when sell, Bishop of Charleston, S. C, a son, Martin Ridge, of Bedford, the first two loan drives were under William 'Kruse, the was flfty-flv- e years old last Sunday. Mrs. and two daughters, Peter wav. Thft countrv was tint In onM. Of (Mrs. 'Mlnnla anrl ttie lnta Bishop Russell was born in BaltiWilliams and MIse Winifred Ridge. deadly earnest about this war as It Ben Son Kruse, 71 G Flnzer avenue, su- cSixteen grandchildren and twelve a ,.un, tij nc-i- minus isi srauieti cumuea weanesday to the influenza, more. He is well known in John that everyone who could would be contracted survive. mesRidge, former Desk Sergeant, is a glad to buy a bond, and buy Just senger at while serving as NIsrM FIUE PREVENTION DAY. grandson. The body was "brought as many as possible. People did not after nightthe Gitv Hosnltal. messages to to Louisville and was taken to look as closely .lor the button on meniDers 01 he carried ramiaes, tell- Gov. Stanley, In a Dereavea the Ridge residence, 1313 E$at the coat and for the Liberty loan Intr of the rianth of a alator fothor issued Wednesday, setsproclamation Saturday, Broadway, Tuesday afternoon. The Nag in the window as tbey are look- mother or obloved one. A "Wedaeeday ing now. The man who walks the soldier, he other not frightened true November 2, as the day to be prefuneral took jlase was but served for fire and accident morning and the burial was in St. Btreets now without some visible gave his life' in his faithfulness to vention, which will help to better Louis cemetery. sign and emblem that he is a bond duty. His funeral look place conditions. Fire Marshal T. B. purchaser is followed by eyes that Thursday afternoon. Pannell has appealed to the Mayors 1MSHOP BYRNK. I grow angry as they watch him. The and civic organizations throughout house In a neighborhood that is CONVAIiWKWNT. the State to observe the oeoaslon. The Right Kev. Christopher B, without a bond fla in its windows Byrne, of St. 'Louis, who was re- jis stared at curiously. With the Thomas OWara. wall known0 In MONSIONOR. CHIDWICK. cently appointed Bishop of Galves , mime Mum Tirummg as 11 71 ever the West Bnd and an active figure ton, to succeed the law beloved , itvikcu imivm iu rwm me jiiuh', in Democratic elreles, John P. Chldwick, who was Js conBishop Gallagher, has received from gigantic war loan in all history the valescing after a serious iltaesa of hapfaUa or tbe Maine when that Rome throughputs 'Bxeeltaicy the man who aoes ot Duy is finding it battleship was destroyed la Havana iniineasa. Apostolic Delegate t Washington harder than ever to hide his harbor, was bortn,.Nw York QUy the Pupal bulls appointor hint to He is being found out ftfty-av- e TAKES OUT SPOTS. years Wednesday. ( tivaIamMv r that venerable see. Tfcs announce and la tha Father Chldwick Is now President ment is accordingly mad that .the vreyer pmilshmont is betahg as-Cornstarch ruhhori ., on irrain of Doawoddie, the great Mew Yock Bishop-elec- t Byrne will be onse- - bMa aw 4tinu unniul lilm vota wilt absorb the greae. archdieeesaa eoUepe, crated In the Cathedral at St. Louis on Sunday, November 10, by Mrs. Alice Ridge, mother, of the His Grace Most Rev. Archbishop late Major Patrick Ridge, former Glennon. Shortly after Bishop Night Chief of Police, died Monday Byrne will take possession of his afternoon at her homo, near Bed- see. ford, Ind. Mrs. Ridgo was ninety-on- e year3 of age, and one of the WHO DOBSNT BUY. family-residenc- e, Du-ga- J -- tr. short-oomisg- s. uu. ae dent, has a committee arranging for another service, flag raising, tho exercises to take placo as soon as the epidemic Influenza has passed. There will bo 1,021 stars in the new flag, the largest number of any In Kentucky, seven of them gold, representing former students of St. Xavier's College, who have mado the supreme sacrifice. The Rev. Albert J. Thompson and tho ReV. P. M. Honaghan, graduates of the THEUt TALK ALIKE. college, are now cnapiains with the American expeditionary force over to in France. A priest who was obliged listen to a blasphemous conversation seemed perfectly indifferent to LOYALTY TO PASTOR. the biting scorn and sarcasm of the profaners. Apparently it made not Be loyal to your pastor. His the slightest impression on him, to work is to administer to your soul, the evident vexation of the scoffers. not to please you. When his work "Well, father," said one of them, Is done God will remove him. Until "don't you hear what Is being then do all you can to uphold his said?" hands. Be regular in attendance to "Oh, certainly!" , church services, and not satisfied "And have you no objection to ' with simply one service a week. make, so sign of indignation to Bear your lair share of the finangive?" cial burdens of the parish, Do all "Ah. for what? I hear this kind ! In your power to promote peace every day I am chaplain' and good will among your fellow ef talk M tbe State insane asylum." laborers. Be not harsh in your Judgment of others. Look within. Do not gossip. BH8T POK BURN. Learn what the church teaches and requires, Tak Tbe beet remedy tor a bum is a church paper. Show constant respect and deference to those set UreaiwlBB. I Senator Sam L. 'Robertson, the Democratic nominee for City Treasurer, is developing a world of strength In the present campaign, not only in his own party but has received many promises of support from 'Republicans and Independents. Rubbing elbews with the boys in hiB political the trenches during career haB brought to .him a strong organization, especially personal, among the younger voters, who are ready to take off their coats and work early and .late for tho big, good natured and genial Senator. Tho St. Xavier's College Alumni, of which Jeremiah Drlscoll Is Presi- -- two and There will be between throo million American Boldiers in France before the end of December. Only one parcel of Christmas gifts for each man will bo forwarded. All such packages must be mailed before Novombor 15. THOSLVS FRANCIS MOLONY. Thomas Francis Molonv tins hen Juatlrn nf Tra. Lord Justice of xai&. lie was 18G5. H wa Solicitor General for, Ireland In wj.i-.L- o auu Aiiorney uenerai ih the latter year. In 1914 he was a member of the Intermediate Education Board 'for Ireland and 'a member of the Roval on Disturbances ,1s Dublin. Two years ago tie ws.b a member of the Royal Commission which investigated the shootings during, the Sinn Fein uprisings. named Lord Chief land, Ha has been appeal mere since born In Dublin in rnmiin CJ2SnDTTOHrir IRISH JVJCKXO-AJX- - THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN Copyright, : HfTY YEARS Cardinal Gibbons Attains Dignity Seldom Attained on This Earth. , " PHOMC J ' flj Uj J I Jubileo ,Wns to Have Been Ccle ' brated JWIth Pomp and Splendor. Becnmo Priest in 1801, Bishop in 1808 and Cardinal in 1884. INTENSELY LOYAL AMERICAN. X; upon tho immigrant himself, but one in which the community, the educational and social agencies and other organizations must share g ' Jj T V. also. Night classes have been arC3 ranged for the newly arrived in the public schools in many cities, while ' n-- o practically all the larger settlements provide such a.noTwyMM classes, both for mature men and women and for the lounger generation. The settlement ii w is naturally the agency best quail-fe- d to do such work, for tho education of the immigrant is a social task and can most profitably be conducted from this point of view. A purely academic SPRINGTEX is the underwear knowledge of English and tho rudiments of citizenship are .but a sorry ASfirini-oiwith a million little springs in its substitute for the broader education i ixi fabric which Eive anu ia.c VONDERtAVEAR which the trained social worker is .. f .u qualified to impart. witn every movement ui uic An Interesting example of how er&& '"'' ' body, and preserve the shape of the public schools with garment despite lonu wear the an already established Immigration and hard washings. Bureau Is furnished by the city of IT,'?;: Wit $ Ia Cleveland, where the following exU a healthy, active, industrious liver. Small doses of these pills underwear, periment was made several years It is the takea regularly insure that. You may also need a purgative ago, when the participation In the ' light, medium or heavy weight, 'jV,,'! L sometime. Then take one larger dose. Keep that In ralndi work of training for citizenship wa3 It will pay you rich dividends In Health and Happiness. as you like. not as general as It Is today. "The pmH Pill . Genuine j-By? Immigration Bureau," we read in a Bubnuuuota "Remember to Buy It report of the Chairman of that ofyx w rr ijj --vfA' 6au41Prtca dsnatura fice, "was glad to You'll Forget You Have It On" with the Board of Education in helping $ Ash Your Dealer to liberate the Immigrant from this ROSY CHEEKS or HEALTHY COLOR Indicate Iron In tho Blood. Ftla or handicap (ignorance of the English CARTER'S IRON PILLS I UTIGA KNITTING COMPANY, Makers language) by the teaching of English. Several weeks before the 1. New York, N. , Sales Room, 350 Broadway opening of the elementary public night schools in the fall the bureau country but are still waiting for In- Schismatics CO 312 Interviewed In person and by letter troduction Into the spirit and pracTo realize tho significance of a large number of persons qualified tice of citizenship are of our faith. these figures ono must tako into acto become teachers of English to Many of daughter of James and Agnes McAPPALLING. them arc now being aided count the Intensity of the propaforeigners. Then all wishing to Gee, 550 Garden street. social centers, civic ganda, the utter recklessness reMary Anne Rapp, wife of Engel-bequalify for such positions were re- In The epidemic of influenza has money schools. and tho in quested to attend a training course centers and who the public indiffer- gardingIt is put, the way inuses to Rapp, 2712 West Market. taken appalling toll- - of lives in yet which which degry tho of four sessions conducted under And to we Louisville in the past week, and, of Joseph Ruhl, husband of Anna C. religion which becomes proselytisors have tolled and moiled the united supervision of the Su- ence the large number many were mem- Ruhl, 921 East Walnut. deearly In "converts,'' perintendent of elementary public manifest from their ranks, their the late and results .to mako paymasters. bers of the city and suburban Miss Laura Lester, aged fifteen, to show to their tection night schools and the Bureau of church, neglect theto ranks of Catholic churches. Considered in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben make use of Tho official figures manifest tho immigration. At these meetings terms of new cases, the situation la Lester, 524 North Twenty-sixtto pervert the Romans speakers intimately acquainted with some of the most effective means of utter failure excopt to rob some of greatly improved, the death record Mrs. Sallie A. Cain, wife of any way And and showing a steady decrease. Public Glover Cain, 1824 High street the needs of the Immigrant and the gainingmeans holding them. settle- In are Catholic altogether. their means of best meeting these needs these and citizenship classes. Both them ofwill be faithCatholic or Tho church services have been dispensed an a ments Italian presented the problem of teaching of these undertakings may bo made atheist. No TITAN SLACKER. with under Health Department rules WORSE half way house for English and its best means of osentially works of charity, even as such since October 12, but it Is hoped a keen Intellect as Is solution. At one session a practical thoy are esentially patriotic in the Sometimes he may bo a Catholic his. In this present emergency there the ban may bo removed for tomorof row. These deaths are reported as are two kinds of men, those who demonstration was given on tho best senso of tho word. not the most perfect kind. But ope platform on which a group of forcaused by influenza or pneumonia: go to war and those who do not. V. C. B. of C. thing is certain ho will never bo eign speaking men were given a George A. Beyer, twenty-fiv- e For economic purposes the stress a converted Protestant. years old, 114G South Fifteenth. first lesson in English, and at each of war Is equally upon them. One evening. DISTRICT DIRECTOR. ample opportunity was session Mary M. Brown, wife of Leonard shall fight and the other Bhall proThe Right Rev. Frederick Will-laDARK DAYS COME. given for discussion and questions. Drown, 210 East (Madison. vide. Tho man who goes to war past Keating, Lord Rev. Dr. Tho bureau further gave its support tour years Guilday, for tho Frank Esterle, husband of Freda twill fight. There are no two ways Northampton, presented Bishop of professor of American a Cardinal Hartmann, Archbishop by advertising these classes and by Esterle, 2302 St. Louis avenue. about it. He will fight because he address of congratulation on formal Catholic Unibehalf helping in their organization." church history at thohas been ap- of Cologne, has issued a pastoral Martin Mulverhill, brother of is that kind of a man and because of tho Roman' Catholic hierarchy of letter. In which ho says dark hours Books were loaned to teachers, versity, Washington, John Mulverhill, 2C08 West Broad- he Is associated with men who do England. Ho was accompanied by Assistant District along with pamphlets and other pointed Director for Military Educa- have come for Germany, threatened way. not permit the Interference of any- his codelegate, Mgr. A. S. Barnes, Unit by an enemy superior in numbors tional materials. Uathorino Bossmeyer O'Hare, thing that will swerve them from who Is known here, having come This method Is outlined hero be- No. 3, which Includes Pennsylvania, and shaken to the foundations of wife of W. P. O'Hare, 1228 Rowan. the business in hand. He will fight over three times since and tho District the war Ho cause, although it has ibeen super- Delaware, Maryland headquarters In the State by internal changes. Katherino Schlafor, wife of because there confronts him a savThe French seded by many extensions "in nu- of Columbia, with Guilday Is tho calls upon his people to offer public Charles Schlafer, 1017 Mary street. age opponent who knows no pity started. delegation to hierarchy also Philadelphia. sent a take part In prayers. Deep discontent Is spreadmerous cities, it nevertheless con last student ofDr. William 01. Tllden, Jr., aged six- and who must be whipped. The Ihe Intended celebration. Disof the teen, 4608 Cliff avenue. man who stays at home must pro- tinguished prelates tains many helpful suggestions to Louvaln to receive aUniversity from ing everywhere among tho German degree from various people, tho Cardinal writes, and beginners. The task itself is one KLING STRONG CANDIDATE. Harry G. Greene, If he doesn't he is sending parts of the of duce. brother States famous Institution, and one of they not only glvo expression to which should not bo confined to that most Mrs. C. C. Cullen, 1142 South Sixth. his brother to death. And as loath- "called to pay United respects, also tho their brilliant members of the their state of mind by what they and training, strong these George C. Francles, son of L. H. some as the truth seems, we are tne making Ben W. Kllng cardinal gave them an Informal campaign for theis Board ofa Educa- should rudiments of be limited nor Catholic University faculty, being say, but write disheartening letters to coming face to face with the fact dinner. Its execution Francles, 429 East Walnut. civic agencies editor of tho Catholic Historical to men at the front, impairing their the William Cahlll, twenty-eigh408 that In America we have men who The date for. the celebration was tion which is to be voted on thl3 and public schools, settlements, It Review since 1915. courage and power of resistance. are failing in their duty to South Fifteenth, set for two mdnths the must be broadened inscope (and It 'Norman Wilson, Jr., son of NorManufacturers are com- actual anniversary later thanevent, of tho TURNS HAIR WHITE MADDEN MADE CAPTAIN. has been) so as to embrace all that man and Sadie Wilson, 1121 Reut- - plaining of slacker workmen. They which was August 16, but because nnger. will guide the immigrant over tho are telling of men who, because Of heat common at that season, and Rev. Francis A. Kelley, of AlW. N. Madden, of Lebanon, last chasm which separates him from a John C. Williams, husband of their pay has been Increased, refuse the advanced age of many who the thorough understanding of Ameri bany, N. Y., who was among fig- week received word that hfs son, Catherine Williams, 1309 Christy to work more than enough to earn would desire to participate In the B. J. Madden, now stationed at an can llfo and American institutions. first chaplains at Camp Meade, avenue. what they formerly earned, so they celebration, It was changed to dispatches from officers' training camp in Georgia, In It must also be engaged In by ures St. recent warsalient. Lillio Tighe. wife of Dennl3 may dawdle about In Idle comfort. October 20. Known had been Quentln promoted from First Catholics much more extensively the TIgho. 1C08 West Broadway. It Is not merely disgraceful. It is James Gibbons, now Cardinal. heretofore. In army circles as "Smiling Father Lieutenant to Captain, Capt. Madthan has been done Alexius McAteo, son of Alexius in consideration of our national was 'Dorn in uaiumore There are few of our higher acad- Kelley," he wont over the top three den is well known in Louisville, gravity of situation a criminal negli- 1834, but was taken toJuly 13. H. McAfee, 115 West Burnett. Ireland of the emics, universities, etc., located In times in ono day. "He finished tho where he was a member Marcellus P. Mature, son of M. G. gence. Instances have heen re when he was ten years of age. There larger industrial centers which day with his hair white," says tho Knights of Columbus baseball team and Clara Mature, 500 Camp stredt ported of strikes where no principle ne got his preliminary education correspondent. In the Twin City League before enPres3 Associated citizenship In could not engago Raymond Calvert, son of John was Involved certainly a disregard He attracted the attention of Arch training as a social endeavor and as Ignoring tho wishes of his men listing, being stationed at Camp Calvert, 516 North Eighteenth. of the public welfare. This is not bishop McHalo, of Tuam, who bea matter of charity. And for that and fellow officers, the priest was Zachary Taylor until he received Lawrence Anthony, ..brother of the spirit that sends men to battle came deeply Interested in tho lad matter many of our Catholic socie on the firing line for hours, minis his commission as Lieutenant. Mrs. Blanche Mortlmore. and keeps the home fires burning. because of his fervor and diligence. As ties, parish and Independent or- tering to the badly wounded. Anthony Wash, husband of Kate No more loyal duty devolves upon He remained in Ireland but a FOR WOMAN'S EYE. ganizations, could make their meet- chaplain of the Tenth New York Nash, 303 North Twenty-sixttho leadors of labor movements few years, returning to Baltimore ing halls centers for this sort of Infantry, he was camp chaplain at Olary Rose Able, wife of Hugh than that they exercise the same and entering St. Charles College, reUeade for several weeks and Beads are still in good style. zeal in demanding the' full measure and at the conclusion of his course coming election, and as three are to training. Ahle. 920 Burton avenue. A survey of the situation should linquished that position when his Edward Gllmore, son of John" of a man's labor as they exercise there he entered St. Mary's Sem- bo elected his friends hope to Coat suit jackets reach to the regiment France In October knees. and Bridget Gllmore, 1332 South In demanding good wages and good inary for his final preparation, and Beo him pne of that three." Two be made by parish and other socie- last year. left for now And his regiment, d ties in with the pastors Eighteenth. conditions for him. was ordained a priest on June 30. years ago Mr. Kllng, running Fringe has Invaded tho precinct with Australians, paragainst the present board of foreign tongue parishes, this Miss Mary Hufnaglo, daughtor of 1861. i votes, survey to cover all possibilities for ticipated in the fighting at St. of sweaters. 18,000 members, received. ENTIUtONESIENT. John O. Hufnngle, 116 South His first charge was at St. PatKelley, according Assuredly skirts are going to got fth. rick's In Baltimore, but after a fow which is quite a tribute,' and only classes, meeting places, number of Quentln. Father Press, not satis-fle- d longer. fell Bishop-elec- t That's American style. Wednesday Next Beatrice (Llebert, wife of Lawmonths his zeal and energy won him Is a little short of victory. He pupils, available men for teaching, to the Associated his duties in a to perform a candidate again, due to the etc. An executive committee should rence Liebert, Jr., 2415 High Michael G., Gallagher will be en- greatly enlarged duties. Ho was Dark brown may become the dugout, kept close to street. throned in the Cathedral at De- transferred to St. Brigld's, Canton, request of many friends and sup- be in charge, and it should solicit his fashionable shade for the winter. Harry Toner, son of William and troit. Archbishop Moeller, of Cin- and in addition given charge of porters who believe that the people the aid oi foreign Dorn pnysicians says boys. "He finished the day," Skirts and jackets that button the dispatch, "with his hair (it large should select our Board of and attorneys, who can increase Catherine Toner, 3228 Herman cinnati, will preside at the exer the mission church at Locust Point their prestige with their country white." And undoubtedly he fin- down back have returned once cises, and Auxiliary Bishop Kelly and made unofficial chaplain to tho Education. street. more. men by such aid. This survey will ished the day smiling. O. T, Wellington, husband of will deliver the address. Boldiers at Fort McHenry". WILL KEEP FLIES AWAY. be followed by selection of teachers, Archbishop S pal dine was trrcatlv The chemise frock Is on its gay Lottie Wellington, 2206 West MarFAILURE TO PERVERT. whose forces can be increased py and careless way as one of the impressed with fche energetic young ket. PEACE TERMS. Flies hate the perfume of ger- volunteers from the outside, and by leaders. Frances Tow, wife of Frank priest, and gave him the most heliotrope, lady workers. The teachers are to When receiving the ' homage of mignonette, Fow, Jr., 1040 Charles street. Let us hope, writes a Chicago ardudus task he then had confront aniums, There is a strUgglo between tho Frances Saam, wife of Philip correspondent, that the German ing him, the establishment of the white clover, honeysuckle and hope be prepared for their work by from Christendom represented by its Car- mediaeval chemise frock and tho Bouquets of these upou four to six preliminary sessions, in dinals and Bishops on the threshold tight, draped one. coming people are at last from Saam, 717 East Jacob. of North Caro blossoms. which the method of teaching is to of the fifth year of his brilliant Margaret E. Zumer, wife of under the spell of Kalserlsm and lina. He accepted the post, and on a table will keep the files at a of Pontificate, Pope Benedict XV. had With the scarcity of woolen mabe outlined by representatives Clarence Zumer, 626 North Eigh- Kulturism. Yet if such Is the case August 16, 1868, he was consecrated the general committee or a capable reason to look with satisfaction on terial, velvets and velveteens have It is due to the drubbing they are Bishop of Adrymatum, "In partlbus teenth. man from the outside, who should his own special diocese, the see of come Into their own. BACKBONE BROKEN. of Christina Henritz, wife of Oscar receiving at the hands of our boys. lnfldellum,'' In the Cathedral be added to the committee. Where Rome. In the fourteenth century Our demands must be uncbndl-tion- Baltimore and proceeded at once to Henrltz, 924 South Jackson. Aro we going to see the passing this director of ' "Rome was the City of Dogma, "The outlook for the Influenza parishes surrender, together with the Wilmington John N. Nirmaier, son of John of kid gloves for street wear? The? And Florenco the City of Art." of militarism, In the entire State there were at situation is encouraging," said Act Instruction may be selected by them abolition and the are scarce and high In price. and Mary Nirmaier, 1818 Date. Heaven and earth have witnessed Beatrice Walsh, aged seventeen, quickest way to bring about such a the time not over 700 Catholics in ing Health Ofificer, Lieut. R. B. jointly. Tho method of teaching Some of the now sweaters aro The. records English should he simple and ap- the efforts made these few decades keep hammering a. population of about a nfUllbn, and Norment Thursday. daughter of Michael and Mary condition is to made with, satin but one or two priests. But in the show a constant daily decrease both propriate; that of citizenship train- by highly paid emissaries of the cuffs and satin sailor collars and while the iron is at a whito heat. Walsh, 1928 Owen street. sashes to match. "Nathaniel principal of the 400- sects into in tne number or aeauw anu in ing should be similar. Henry Guttnann, husband of For approximately five years the new prelate, a Bishop at thirty-fouAro wo actually going to seo a eyes of the world have been cen- North Carolina soon seemed to have new caBs reported. Thursday the Fowler's "How to Obtain Citizen which Martin Luther's followers are Mary F. Gutmann, 1781 .Wilson. divided to make good "Roman passing of the shirt waist that n hier number of new cases, 191, was the ship" Is recommended. William Guttman, eight years old. tered upon this human mixture, and a well established No doubt such a plan would Protestants." What success has at- tucks itself Into the top of the there Isn't a stopping point this archy. Bishop Gibbons traveled, lowest since the first week In Octo 1718 Wilson. many instances. tended those millions that have suit skirt? Are blouses with William and Dennis Lattlmer, side of complete victory. Unable prtachlng up and down and cross- ber, when the "flu" was Just begin prove feasible in can he no ques been spent in this campaign? Fol- peplums t& take the placo of the to recall even a hint that the Ger- wise, preaching: and. teachlne in Blng to get its stronghold on the At. any rate there brothers, 216 South Wenzel. citv. The daathci. twntv-tw- n from tion but that Catholics should real lowing results of the census of 1901 old type of waists? Alreadv thu Josephine Miller, wife of Joseph man constitution is not the same balls, Court Houses and nrlvatA today as it was prior to the out- residences. Fired with hie zeal. pneumonia and one from influenza. ize, tmore .fully their duty in this and of 1911 show. Religious status has occurred to some extent among ' B. Miller, 1815 Edenside. several young priests began to join are also low in contrast with those regard, as well as their exceptional of city and suburbs of Rome in Biuiuiiy uresseu women, .out will the nfc Lillian Virginia Stabile, wife of break of the war, the rest of womankind, follow suit? In this field. This 1901 and 1911: peace proposals must emanate from him- - Parishes were soon organized of the previous .week. In the State, opportunities . Ben Stabile, 229 East Kentucky. imperaWoolen stockings In nice warm 1911 1901 Mrs. 'Frances Williams, aged fifty, the Imperial German Government. and small communities established, conditions are expected to steadily duty becomes all the more probable consider the Catholics 442,294 502,217 autumnal shades are already worn wire of George, Williams, 1039 Let us not forget that old adage: The Sisters who came In worked improve .now that the release of tive, when weimmigration after the Israelites J. 6,667 with low walking shoes by a few '7.121 One understanding' is worth a with the fervor insnlred bv, him. Physicians and nurse from the armv increase in South Hancock, , devotees of ' Anna Mary Hoamann, wife of dosen. compromises, So let us free and opened an acadomy at his Juvi- - camps makes It possible thoroughly war, as well as the fact that count-- Religion not declared S,2S6 13,614 ercise. WIU sport and outdoor ex uu Protestants . the fashion be taken . 4,993 3,753 the world of the Kaiser while the tattoo, tie was in tne mate iut to systematise tne woric ana sring less iroies, iummub, iiuamiu Hosanuran, 819 Bast Gray. Peter 2,689 15,806 up by the many? i four years,' but In that time he had relief to sections Where most needed. others who are already in this No religion Ellenora McGee, aged seven. tme is at hand. --rZ i ill , " .- r s year-arou- ??: i i rt h. a remarkable man without ref And erence to titular dignity. James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore, Intensely loyal Ameri can, is all of these. Cardinal Gibbons was to have been publicly honored In his Cathe dral at Baltimore by way of cele brating the attainment of a half century of service as a Bishop. The ecclesiastical pageant which was be ing arranged under tho supervision of Rev. John Nainfa, of St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore the same St Mary's in which Cardinal Gibbons as a young man was prepared for tho priesthood would have been one of the most imposing ever held In this country. But the Cardinal considered that with an epidemic raging in Balti more and elsewhere in the country It was not a proper time for rejoic ing, even over so great an event as the golden jubileo of one's episcopacy, so ho Issued an order cancelling the celebration In its entirety. There was no high Pontifical mass at the Baltimore Cathedral. In fact there was no high mass of any sort, the Cardinal having previously ordered that only low masses be celebrated, that tho peo pie might gather to perform their religious duty and disperse in as And at brief a time as possible. one of these masses the Cardinal made his devotions and his thanks giving, without any of the pomp or glory which was being arranged After the mass ho received the guests who have come from long dlstlnces to greet Sum, either on their own behalf or as represonta fives of dioceses, of States and of nations. Archbishop Giovanni Bon eano, Papal Delegate to the United States, presented to him, as the per sonal representative of Pope Bene diet, the large metal crucifix and the autograph letter of the Pontiff sent to this country by the hand of Mgr, Pletro dl Maria, tho new Apostolic Delegate to Canada, who arrived in tho United States a week ago and delivered tho gift and letter to Archbishop Bonzano, proceeding on his way to Ottawa last Thursday bo m To bo a Bishop for fifty years Is a most unusual distinction in itself. Being a Cardinal of tho Roman Catholic, church is a dignity at tained b ya scant few out of a multitude of priests. In addition to that, to be a James Gibbons is to raised tbo church from a negligible thing to an Imposing institution. to In 1872 he was transferred the see of Richmond, succeeding Bishop McGlll. Here he quickly gained the great popularity ho has always been able to win, and there wa3 deep regret when in 1877 he was sent bacic to Baltimore. He was made titular Bishop of JInopolis and appointed Coadjutor to the venerable Archbishop Bayley.- The latter died a little while later, and Bishop Gibbons succeeded him as Archbishop of Baltimore, receiving the pallium on February 10, 1878. Thus he attained the Archbishopric ten years after his elevation to tho year eplscopany, and the present marks the fortieth anniversary of tho attainment ofUthis higher distinction. Co was appointed by the iPopo head tho Third Plenary Council of Baltimore in 1884, after ho had accompanied a delegation of prelates to Romo to day before the Pontiff the needs of the church in this country. Two years afterward tho Pope made him a Cardinal. Cardinal Gibbons is a man of tho simplest character, direct and forceful in his speech, extremely kindly in manner, and democratic to a degree that many of those who become of his household sometimes seem unable to understand. Ho is of surprisingly easy access for a man of his position, wide range of duties and years. He can be seen almost any day he Is in Baltimore at his Uiome after 10 o'clock In tho morning. One has only to send In his name and business, and.it is extremely rare that the Cardinal does not immediately hurry downstairs from his study to receive his visitor. His house Is furnished with tho utmost simplicity. Tho parlor shows the Cardinal red In Its wall recora-tlo- n and in its furniture, but the back parlor, also used as a receproom, is furinshed in blue. tion All his lifo the Cardinal has been a very light eater and a great walker. It used to be a standing Joke for him to invite a new priset in the diocese to come and take a walk with him. little The Cardinal's stroll generally occupied an hour, through tho uphill and down dale Btreets of Baltimore, and the ground was covered at a strldo and pace that usually brought the Cardinal's companion back out of breath. The Cardinal still takes 3iis daily walk, but he Is not as frequently accompanied by other priests as he used to bo In the older days. He is also very particular about his bedtime. It is 10 p. m., and it Is a matter of more than passing importance that will keep him up beyond that 'hour. When he is Invited to banquets his' host3 ibestir themselves to got them started on time, for even if dinner has not progressed beyond tho fish course when his private cerfew rings, tho Cardinal is very apt to he up and away. His favorite beverage is buttermilk, of which he drinks freely. He takes but little wine, and smokes but two cigars a day. His supper Is usually tea and toast, or bread and butter, with an occasional smoked herring, of which he is very fond. The Cardinal has always taken a deep interest In public affairs, and has commented freely on current subjects of debate. In all of his addresses he has evinced intense patriotism, and has made It his business to encourage patriotic fervor among the young members of his church. Since the war started ho has been an active worker in every branch of service, from aiding in recruiting to raising funds and organizing bodies for the comfort and recreation of tho young men In the American Armies. His broadmindedness has won him high position In tho minds of other than members of his own church. During tho years In which he has been tho leading American Catholic ecclesiastic, the Catholic church has advanced steadily in public appreciation, and has hecomo more and more a factor in the development of Ameircan standards of. ethics and morals. To just what extent tho influence of Cardinal Gibbons is responsible for this, it would be impossible to say. IMPERATIVE Training For Citizenship Necessary and Timely Task For Catholics. THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN Copyright, - Making Good Citizens of Those Coming From Beyond ( THAT MR. J VMIFE SKINNERMVE CAr4 ABSouulEU SORC fAN T tho Borders. 1 ; j h Mt ABUV Or4 THE FiFteEM POLLERS A WEEK ALIMOMrVTS. --, l'f AS SOorO JUST IT TWElJTrfy V MAKE COKT-- er.""" An Essentially Patriotic, Duty In tho Best Sense of tlid Word. SHOULD REALIZE THIS DUTY. Ono of the. urgent duties of tho times, and ono to which we have called attention some months ago, Is the Americanization of the Immigrant. The task of making good Americans of those who have come into the land from beyond the borders is not merely a duty Imposed vMm :ff" lWJ r - iP' -- spe-cifica- ly r WHAT YOU SURELY NEED fvTvfeSw. -- saa&itia&&k non-Cathol- ic t, rs. non-Cathol- ic h. single-hande- I I Thirty-fi- bomb-pro- of Vicarlate-Apostol- ic . al . r. - one-ma- -- J il I -- J :?'X' ' - ,"' jtcE3xjoBCY racism amsoioai!.. "- - THE PRESIDENT APPEALS FOR THE SUPPORT OF STANLEY AND SHERLEY Vote the Straight Democratic Ticket November 5th : i . t .& TELEGRAM FROM PRESIDENT WILSON: . , . "The, Rev. E. L. Mil'ey - ?f4 in." V,'."J "First Christian Church, Hiokman, Ky.: ' ' . ,- earnestly desire the eleotionof Gov. Stanley to the United States Senate. I supposed that my ' whole-hearted "I ' support of him wa3 well1 known throughout Kentucky. Mh "WOODROW WILSON.'"' JtiMZZi. . f ',? LETTER FROM PRESIDENT WILSON! jses ' THE WHITE HOUSE' WASHINGTON ' f waean.-vnni-- i 4 Ocfoe!$i9i8. -.'- mV - !' uy aear Mr. Gorman: Since I feel indirectly responsible for from the congressional' race your-generou- s ' 11 .r :UT3?Vm V" i "TV.',. i'L ' --. - I . . . A in the Louisville, district, I think I owe it to you to express ray appreciation :'rtthe action, you took. Representative' Sh'erley has attained!" ,.. r '"V.'lfw jW'V xMA "TT"V : U V" ! ' i . tbSn ' "i j xne nouse or Kepresentatives which'' 3?;,.'T .AUB in has rendered hira of the highest service to the country, and. I know him so well that, in common with., his many friends, I have ."been very much distressed to have it appear that he was in any way an enemy of the- justj'claims of the laboring men. It is with this in view vthat I have taken the liberty of expressing my satisfaction' with your action. "' ' Cordlally and sincerelytypurs, f !: act in retiring ' ' " K OJL x '' iv " .x- - -- . .. ' " . ,. it: . . - i. ... : .V)Hr..fl . ' j" . . ' r i '.'',' ",'ir sj "i ' .' ' - . Mr. Patrick B.t Gorman, 112 South Shel"by St., v "lK)uisville Ky. "i, "-- : ' - -- j, i Elect Judge Gordon to the Court of Appeals and Sam JUDGE THOS. R. GORDON; L. Robertson City Treasurer SAMUEL L. ROBERTSON. il. Judgo Gordon has given every laboring man who has comb into' his court a fair trial. He has discharged his duty under the terms of his oath and has administered justice between the poor and rich alike. , JgJfa h ''Statcv Senator Robertson, candidate for City .Treasurer SEMI-MONTHLY Judge Gordon was the first Circuit Judgo in the Stato to apply the Workmen's compensation, act. Ho .sustained the award of compensation by the "Workmen's Compensation JBoard and was upheld by the Court of Appeals. 2. r on the Democratic Ticket, served for eighi years in the Kentucky Legislature. He championed Labor ys cause in,vot-ing- , ' speaking and putting forth every effort for the PAY BILL, tho STATE EIGHT-HOULAW, the CHILD LABOR LAW, and tho WOROEEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. Ho was right on all labor measures. R ' ' Judge Gordon is not only an able and just judge but a man of human sympathy "V ' and feeling for his fellow man. His reeord m the best reason for tU support of every .3. . honest wage earner. , , '. . 2. While Stato Senator Robertson was serving in the Legislature, Ids Republican opponent was all that time serving as an officer of a company whose general manager was?.spending his time in Frankfort, while the Legislature was in session, as a legislative .agent or lobbyist fighting against the very measures which Mr. Jtobertson was fight- ' 'ing for, . , '. - -- : THIS PAGE CONTRIBUTED BY PATRIOTIC CITIZENS INDEPENDENT OF AND WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE OF CANDIDATES. f t' : iMLihk, Mi::i;PJ,i fj8f-'- i - a ' W x v " xceofxjoktx: iRifexi l HIBERNIANS. STRAUS jJMDEiexo-&Js:- , KNIGKTS OF COLUMNS HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 8. fe449Mt4)eCOt( " I HERMAN SONS i We Give and Redeem dolcl Trading Sumps. J! t you men Winter needs should now claim attention, therefore eayo who want warm clothing will find what you should have and money by coming to Straus' Men'a Department. good Universal make; cut largo; full length; nicely trimmed; $2.00 $1.50, $1.75 and patterns and colors; sizes 15 to 20 MEN'S HEAVY FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS. Good makes: cut largo and roomy; good patterns and colors; $2.25, $2.50 and $8.00 trimmed with silk frogs; sizes 15 to 18 MEN'S HEAVY FTiANNEIiETTE NIGHT SHIRTS. MEN'S WEAR MEN'S UNION SUITS. soldier boys. Pino heavy cotton ribbed; ut largo and roomy; closed crotch; every suit la guaranteed perfect and will sell later for $2.50; sizes - $1.89 36 to 46; special Monday only MEN'S UNDERWEAR. Good quality Cotton ribbed shirts and drawers; roomy; well made; all sizes; special, garmont. MEN'S COOPER UNDERWEAR. cut largo and jm.uu Fine cotton ribbed shirts and drawers; made on Cooper's spring needle machines; ocru color; shirts sizes 34 to 4G; drawers 30 to 46; slightly machine soiled but are splendid values at $1.50 Z lifted. Addressing the Hibernians of MEN'S WOOD MIXED UNDERWEAR. Well known makes; good heavy qualities of natural gray 5 Denver the Rev. William S. Neenan, wool mixed materials; best workmanship; shirts sizes 34 to 50; 9 in concluding, paid thlsflno tribute drawers 30 to 50; these goods are very scarce and we advise you Z to the Ancient Order: "Tho Irishcold or man who can become $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 to buy now; our prices, garment apathetic toward the motherland makes" a mighty tooor American In my estimation. Shame on the Irishman who from false pride remains outside of this ancient revered order of Hibernians. God bless that order, as God has blessed It, and foster its growth in our midst." Sentinel Thomas Noone. . Division 4 will meet next Monday DIVISION 4. evening if the ban on meetings Is ofliclally lifted. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, sixth street. Division 1 of Indianapolis at Its last meeting voted to expend $200 President John J. Barry. vVIce President Mark J. Ryan. for Liberty bonds. Lawrence Thomas J. 'Langan, Division 4's D. Recording Secretary Meany. Secretary, has efficient Financial Financial Secretary Thomaa J. been on the sick list this week. Langan, 734 West Oak street. There are few divisions now that Treasurer! John F. Burke. havo not members in the service Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard Mul-dooIn training In this overseas or country. Sentinel M. J. MoDermott. Thomas J. Dolan, one of tho vetoran members of the order, Is a MJmJ"J.jmJ. Knights of Columbus Secretary at Camp Zachary" Taylor. Tho Ladies' "Auxiliary of"" South Omaha have suspended their pleasant gatherings at members homes until the influenza ban has been n. What They Have Been Doing First and tMrd Fridays, Hibernian Late News That Will Interest 0 Home, Portland. Members Hero and the Past Week General President John M. Riley. News Notes. Vise President Walter Murphy. Secretary Jobs J. Flaanelal Brodariek, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Joha A. Tncre are nearly 500 K. of C. Division 3 vVill meet next Friday Martin. Secretaries in France. evening. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. New York alono haB already conShee-haball Sergeant-at-Arm- e Several of tha Hibernian Martin tributed about 15,000,000 to the team are now In France with our 1818-182n,' iiirnnnAn a fr-- i We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. I aTVrrfcTrrri TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little L . 5c Best Cigars Made War Work fund. If the K. of C. had one, great national servico flag it would contain 32,000 stars. teams Baltimore had thirty-tw- o working for tho Liberty loan. Their goal was half a million. Omaha Council has 150 applications for its coming initiation, and the number is Increasing. New Orleans councils have suspended all meetings while tho Influenza epidemic continues. At the fourth degree Initiation at Sioux City the Tltual was exemplified for a class of 200 candidates. Washlngtbn Knights havo erected a soldiers' hut on Pennsylvania In the heart of tho business section. Ohio's 21,000 Knights up to July 21 contributed a. total of $581,856 to the war fund, an average of nearly ? 28 nor member. Hon. John X. Wegmann, who has tho distinction of serving four terms as Grand Knight of New Orleans Council, was tho recipient at tho last meeting of his term of pffice of a beautiful silver service tendered him by the members of his council In appreciation of his years of servico in their behalf and in the furtherance of Columblanism In general. ave-nut- V Silks and Dress Goods Silk. Crepes; a silk and llnbn material, suitable for dresses as well as negligees and underwear; shown In all shades, including ivory and black; it Is 36 Inches wide and priced at, per yard .. OOc Velveteens; In an assortment of good, dark colors; it is 22 Inches wide and pricad at, per yard ..C9c Modelo Silk; both light and dark colorings In all the new shades; it is 3 inches wide and priced at, per yard 79c Men's Quality Shoes $ ADDS GOLD STAR. 5 $5.00 BhSBIBS3hH is a typical example This offering at of Levy's value giving. You'll like these shoes they're substantially made, smartly styled conservative models and English lasts. Dependable in every way with fine rubber heels already attached. "- "i Men's Shoes Main Floer. Tuesday morning the sad new3 reached Mrs. ffllary O'Connor, 1516 West Broadway, that Sergt, Charles J. 'Rellly, her grandson, who formerly made his ihome with her, had been killed in action in Franco on September 16. Sho also received his personal effects and a letter from his superior officer, Capt. M. M. Sheedy, who speaks in glowing terms of the valor of young Rellly, for whom he had formed a warm attachment and regarded as one of his Immediate family. While In action the soldier boy was struck by a fragment of a German bomb, and through some error tho notification was delayed. He was given a military funeral, conducted by Chaplain Dakor, tho members of his company marking the grave with a cross. years old Rellly was twenty-seve- n and was related to Father Francis O'Connor and Capt. B. J. O'Connor. He was a graduate of Rose Polytechnic Institute and held a position with tho Sandusky Cement Company when the war broke out. Ho enlisted in the Engineers and was with Engineers, Company C, Twenty-firin Franco. This death will add another' gold star to the Sacred Heart church service flag, whore he was a regular attendant from his youth and until he left Louisst LEVY r S at mark " :: ville. -- ' niraM SHRRLEY CUNTJFT HOME. e.t tm s d :: The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; Thers MAY COMK a time when yovtr "LAST DOLLAR" isustbe spent for something yon DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars von are wasting might keep that "hard time" Irani ever com log. , QTjjLvxarrv High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal S6.65 PER TON. has developed a trait of over mod- for" the State and county aforesaid. personally appeared William M. Hlff- esty, as the strongest persuasion has K1H3, duly who, been unable to b'rlng forth a photo- Eccordin? to navlnp been and sayssworn law. deposes that President and Udltor of tho graph of himself In his overseas Kentucky Irish American, and that uniform. the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statecom-pleBALLARD TIIIUJSTON MANAOER. ment 01 tho ownership, management (and it a dally paper, the circulation), recovery. otc., of the aforesaid publication for Emergency bureaus to assist tho date shown in the above caption, ABOUT INCOME TAXES. civilian communities and State required by the Apt of August 24, NEW OFFICIAL 1912, Postal Boards of Health In combating the Laws embodied in section 443, on the and Itegulatlons, printed In order that those who have Influenza epidemic are to be Imme reverse of this form, to wit: Place. li diately established at Columbus, the That the names and addresses of Income and excess-profi- ts taxes to editor, Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Indianapolis and Louisville oy tno and publisher, managers managing editor. pay may prepare themselves In adare ousiness Lako Division Red Cross Committee Publisher, t r Kentucky Irish American vance for the largo payments and rt On iv IS UUIIIIUIIJl Louisville, Ky, on Influenza. This was decided at Editor,r aWilliam M. Higglns, Louisville, to accumulate gradually the funds With a full line of new Wilheadquarters, necessary to meet them, Collector of division the Lake Ky to which Managing Editor, None, Mayes Cleveland, at a conference Internal Revenue T. Scott lard Batteries and Rental business representatives of the State Boards Associated Managers, None. J. Barry, calls the attention of taxpayers to Kdltor, John the advantago of purchasing now of Health of Ohio, Indiana and Batteries for all cars. Louisville, Ky. HARVEY-JELLIC- O Kentucky had been sent. Dr. Mc- - b .2. That the ownersiVi are: fdlve names Treasury certificates of indebtedneo&l ti I ..Irll.n 1, vy.ic, n.atA tlAAwnotana u. Inspection and free test" uui.. V00VD f9 lllllllluuui tftAa bearing 4 per cent. Interest Cormlck, representing the Kentucky or. If a corporation, give Its name and and Board of Health, stated that schooj the names and addresses of stockhold-er- s maturing July 15, 1919. ing. Indoor service. cent, (INCORPORATED) teachers are being used as nurses more owning or holding 1 per stock.) or "It is tho' aim of tho Government of the total amount of to make the floating of this issuo In that State. R. C. Ballard William M. Higglns. Louisville, Ky. of certificates of indebtedness a Gossetl Battery Service Go. Thruston, assistant manner for tho John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. H. Louisville, Ky. for Kentucky, was MaryThat Higglns, known bondholders, popular one," said Collector Mayes, Lake division 3. the appointed to head tho emergency mortgagees, and other security holders "and It will be to tho advantago of INCORPORATED per ceni. or more those 'whose taxes are measured in owning or noiuing DISTRIBUTORS OF THE bureau at Louisville. mortgages, comparatively 45M EAST BROADWAY of' .total amount of bonds, small amounts, as JaHaHsflHai or other securities are; (If there are W well as the large corporations and DIED IX NEW YORK. none, so state.) City 896 Main 178 Both Phones Nooe. wealthy persons, to participate in 4. That the two paragraphs next tho purchase of these impregnable George Edward Gregoire, of New above, giving the 'names ot ownAlbany, who Is familiarly known as ers, stockholders, and security the holders. securities." Gregolro, died Tuesday In New If any, contain not only the list of These certificates may be pur- HOTiLSNBAGH'S WINE Jack HOUSH THK PHIL. HOLLXZflAOH OO as York, where he had gone prepara- stockholders and security holders the chased at the Federal Reserve Bank they appear upon the books of tory to sailing overseas for service company but also. In cases where the or at any bank or trust company. INCORPORATI Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. of Columbus field stockholders or security holder appears as a Knights upon company as HOURS. secretary. He loft his home October trustee tho books of the fiduciary relaFORTY or In any other Distillers Of Importer and Dealer In 11 and' his family had not been tion, the name of the person or corpoIs Gregoire ration for whom such trustee twoacting, The devotion of the Forty Hours notified of his Illness. Mr. para' AND LIQUORS Is given; also OLB FORTUNA SOUR MASH WINES yeare oldv He Is graphs contain that the said embracing has been announced for St. John's vvas thirty-fou- r statements ., van ?m. Md Treat. 2 P. MflKBH, H. J. BANKQN, Preswwt and MiMr. survived by two brothers, the Rev. amours iuu Knowledge anu nener as to and St. Charles Borromeo churches, the circumstances and conditions under the impressive devotions to begin "HOLLENBACH" PURS RTO 144 South Third Street Father James Gregoire, of which stockholders and security hold8SM W. Mala St. and Arthur Gregoire, of ers who do not appear upon the books with high mass tomorrow morning Heme Phone 1191 LoaJsrllla, Ky, as trustees, hold stock and continuo until Tuesday. Of Mr. Gregolro was a of the company Now Albany. and securities In a capacity other than courso If the Board of Health orders member of Holy Trinity church, the that of a bona fldo owner; and this Knights of Columbus and New Al- affiant has no reason to believe that closing churches are not revoked person, bany Lodge of Elks. Tho body was anV othernas any association, oror cor tho services will be deferred to a Sewer and Calvert Pipe, inporation imoresi direct brought home fpr burial. Baanes's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Cendalts, direct in the said stock, bonds, or later date. other securities than as so stated by Wall Coping Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, him. "ICAISER CHASERS." HAPPILY WEDDED. XmXTVOKT IKXSK AHSSIOAK CO., Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire Irlcfr M. HICK3INS WILLIAM of Miss Alda The marriage It took tho shining light out of a Grate aaa Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teas. to subscribed before Grace Lodde and James McCarthy Swrn 23th and of September, 1918. me crack negro regiment in the At B. day tMn F. to furnish a new title for one of OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Wlckstead was aulotly solemntsed HIOOINS, A P. J, C.f Ky. the auxiliary organizations working Thursday morning ot last week, the 1922. PHONES CITY 573.1786. CUMB, MAIN 307. at the front with tho Yanks. Rev. Charles P. llano performing "What's that K. C. mean, man?" the ceremony In the presence of the WORKS-TbirJeo- otk and Breekiiiriilc and Niatb, nd Magnolia. MOURN HIS DEATH. queried the dusky warrior. when ho two immediate families, The bride of saw a man in khaki wearing that Louis A. Meagher, formerly wore a pretty gown ot white satin trimmed In lace and pearl and Loaisville, but in recent years em- emblem on his rlxht arm. carried a shower bouquet of Ullies ployed by the Government In Chi "Can't you gueiw?" queried the of the valley. Her sister. Mrs. E. P. cago, died Monday night in that gentleMarcilllat, was rhe bride's matron eitr of double pneumonia, lie Is The wife pate while arrived Thi tlMc ar aU artt raawmttta of honor. 8h wore a lilac satin Mr, and by his John and his parents, man scratched his wooly moments ct Thwmold PL Meagher, 1186 he remained for a few Mrs. in trimmed in"llver lace and a Jjat of steak, wHtt mum M rial MKkw iil&c tulle. Her bouquet was made Smith First street. He had a large deep thought. Then it came. oaU to t trtMk of roses man, Ah JHI WeIWU "Why, mah goodness, tied with tuHe. George ctral of relatives and friends hare xX ThwmoW He. Lodde was the groom's best man. sad in Frankfort who mourn his certainly was krnda thick that Ah Mr. and Mrs. Wiekaiaad have gone iHstti which was a severe shock to didn't know 'mmediately. You am Ltwisvllk Tiff Md RuWr Co, wt. to Fensacola, Fl., where, they will tbawt. The funeral aad burial took one of them Kaiser Chasers, ain't in in Chicago. tfMs reside. yoT" iMMM'POfftlw Sergeant L. Sherley Cunlff, whd LOANS was Injured in France last July, is home on a furlough, and while on ti furniture and other perioaal pretty badly crippled up, duo to an erty at Injury to his spine and leg, Is J X.OWIST JU.TZ8. nevertheless around smiling and Coleman Bide, greeting his host of local friends, ft. E. Cor. Third and male and female (especially the ,'t, Both Phonea, 2SSI. latter). Sergeant Cuniff Is an Interesting talker and his stories of STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, tho war and "over there" are told In vivid and picturesque language, and wherever he goes he is sur- Of the Kentucky rounded by a largo and appreciative lished weekly at Irish American, pubLouisville, Ky., for audience. The only change notice- UCtODCr 1, 118. State of Kentucky, ) able in our old pal of the Ken- County of JelTerson.)B8. tucky Irish American Is that he Before me, a Notary Public In and The Central Bureau of tho Central Society, Temple building, St. Louis, continues to publish and disDr. Uriah Z. Litssy tribute booklets for soldiers and sailors, many of them being sent Chiropodist gratis Into tho camps at tho request 507 of chaplains and K. of C. SecrentKi&v? Starka than 221,000 wmmmMismam Building taries. More soldiers' and copies of mmmmti&taUr Both Pbo.-t-r the various been disposedsailors' booklets have of to 211-- 2 date. The latest off the press Is Lbs. For. 65c) entitled "The Name of God A xs xarewxr rox its tzbtb a cerrxB Warning Against the Evil of ProQUALTTT. fanity." Tho duty of honoring the name of God and of avoiding all things that profane the Holy Name Is tho subject of this weR written Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee. Sold message to soldiers and sailors. Tho Direct to Consumer. booklet is an appeal to tho manly 313 W. KAXXET ST. ZSUZ8VXXVX.B, XT. NORTON BUILDING spirit of the fighting men rather Return this advertlwment with remittance and we H. W.Ctrner Fourth and Jefferson than to sentiment. It is a strong E. I. A. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. exhortation in fact, though in form tone is carefully tho preaching THB SIGN OF QUAMTT avoided. The booklet can easily be placed in letters written to boys in Higal'd 741S camp. BaetlSO Equally timely Is "Christianity's KENTUCKY Message In the Hour of Sorrow," LAUNDRY written by the Rev. Albert J. CO. Muntsch, S. J., of St. Louis University. The subject of tho pamphIncorporated let is the Catholic doctrine of imSOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. mortality, tho consolation it offers Uaderfilll St. to those who have lost a loved one Hundreds are joining our War Savmes Club. One dollar's Geo. Dearborn In tho world struggle, and tho com- worm ot JBlue Kibbon Uarden Seed, ..' Manager free with every new sa fort to be derived from the Catholic deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. view of suffering. The "message" is rxeiosxxT juweouu y well written and should find a Incorporated. larga distribution. 'Copies are .only M MmM vriia organized by five cents and may bo ordered A to make through the Rogers Book Company. legTBwtag CORNS.BUNIONS Hd AbMrmil Nails SPECIAL BOOKLETS. 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