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Kentucky Irish American: November 2, 1918 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 kec1918110201_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 2, 1918 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKK TO HEIOKS THCCWtCCXVATWNSTME r AnytMn Ym Ky Knd to HARDWARES HENRY HEICK HARDWARE GO. Batii 323 W. Market St. Hmmj 432 Iwktlta, Ky. Kentucky Irish American 18. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918. piotles and heirlooms of a home. "It was of Immense moment to the citizens of such towns whether the towns wore beautiful, well gov 1600 Taxicab, Auto, BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance Cinse siid Tixkas XNCORPOKATBD UteniBs C. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICANS -- HHHjHRk &y 4 , "JtEI ' , $J f BW'FPPjmBBBBBM i (V-JmE- ," . L Throivn Into Confusion By Appeal " of President Wilson To Voters. 'jWAp'peal "Followed By Hoys "Boner" Insulting m Message " $l .' Our President. tr K 1"W fe fw bHe " HBBBBBBwiJt x H? 9" TBVu Local Republican Commlttco Finds ?jE?7V " irflBf '" wBBBBBBBBBHhI'lp t' 9& Public Wise Searcy. To Boss MwpSjBeBBBWiWa'gag NEAR MAYOR SMITH INACTIVE. "X&Eg ftr 'sBHBBjPBBBBlBEBpMBlHBflBBBBBBBK &BBvBvBBflBBBBBPJBSaBjSBMBBBBtfin Br?'IBBByiy ffffMawMffifitNi frinA for tho partisan Republicans who have been trying to regain control of Congress and tho Senate for political reasons. The first was the manly and (forcible appeal of Presi dent Wilson to the American people to send none but friends to Washington to aid him In the conduct of the war. That this appeal went to the mark and will bring results Is shown by the frenzied actions of tho Republican press and leaders, they resorting to every method to stop the tldo of public opinion won by tho President. Tho second event and considered by many as the .biggest "boner" In years of political history was tho insulting statement Hays, Issued by tho young Mr. Chairman of the National Republican Commlttti. The American people had watched with amusement the attempts of Roosevelt, the near n war hero of the (saved by negro troops), to arouse feeling against President Wilson's conduct of the war, all for political purposes, but were not prepared to expect the uncalled for insult from Hays, the unknown. People in this section do not know Hays and have only heard of him as Hert's friend, and the Herald has continually rubbed It in that Hays secured his position as Chairman through the support of Hert, the (National Republican Committeeman from Kentucky. Be that as it may, American men and women are proud of President Wilson's conduct of the war and today ho is revered by the people to the extent that no man daro openly insult our leader. Following President Wilson's logical appeal to the public for the election of friends Instead of critics and knockers, tho uhknbwn Hoosier young man, probably spoiled by his Spanish-America- vent3 this past week In the political campaign spelled .disaster Two BBBk JBBBBBBBf 2TBBB!MBBBBEBflBHttBoiu..?' BBW8BBBBBtPfFi ilf 'fli,'""'fWTi, inn' "5v " JTWHH "H PLASTER N. Y. CITY WITH LOAN APPEALS. The lady bill poster has arrived and in a patriotic role. Eighty-fiv- e were employed posting Liberty loan appeals throughout the city. This one is shown at work at the Public library while a French sailor holds the paste. LADY BILL POSTERS boats. And yet the local Republican Committee wants the voters who were gulled Into voting for Smith to again follow the G. O. P. OLD AND NEW fortunes. Again local Republican adver tisement says Louisville must be redeemed from the gang, not real? izlng that tho public is wise to the fact that they are not being governed by a gang now, but by tho n machine, which Js exacting a heavy toll. Chesley Bearcy, tho real Mayor of Louisville, who selects every city and county employe, Is head of the Sinking Fund; his sister, Mrs. H. C. Sanders, is Chief Probation Officer; his brother-in-laH. O. Sanders, is spokesman for Searcy in tho Gento eral Council, and was allowed Becuro the services of a jail prisoner for ?4.50 per week. Searcy's brother Roscoe is doing a lucrative business In the Police Court as an attorney, while negro crap shooters and gamblers say that their games aro protected by a "Mr. Chesley." So you can see there .Is no gang controlling n Louisville, It now being a town with Searcy as tho supremo has as boss. Near Mayor .Smith much to do with selecting employes and conducting tho city affairs as the Maharaja of India. So the Republican advertising bugaboo about Bearcy-Chlltoone-ma- Writers Praise Physical Beauty and Civic Spirit of Mediaeval Communities. Reversion of Sentiment From Hablt-- , ual 'Condemnation of Middlo Ages. Utilitarian Thought of Unrestricted Regime Not Social Nor Healthy. CREDITS THE MIDDIiE AGES. cular reading like the efforts of a ward politician. In that circular he characterized the President's statement and conduct as "mendacious." The Standard Dictionary gives the following definition of the word "mendacious:" Mendacious-Lyinfalse; given to telling untruths. In plain words Mr. Hays, the unknown politician from Indiana, says that President Wilson, the Commander-in-Chief of our army and navy and today the most honored and respected citizen in the world, Is a liar. Calling President Wilson a liar will not hurt tho President, but this direct insult to tho head of the American people should end Mr. Hays 'promising career and react on the party that stands sponsor for g; and ashes and suffering under the rule of Mayor Searcy, whom they did not elect. CONFERENCE SUCCESSFUL. Is nhftHeters who tfell"for Smith aro now wearing sackcloth tiSe " Tuesday afternoon officials of tho Louisville Railway Company at a conference with a committee representing the men in their employ formally recognized tho recently orRailway Men's ganized Street Union. This means that there will bo no trouble in Louisville. During the conference tho compromise reached before the War Labor Board In Washington was ratified. SEARCHES FOR MOTHER. Rev. P. J. Phlllppl, a Jesuit From all parts of Kentucky comes the glad tidings that all fac- priest, of New Orleans, who sailed him. tions of the Democratic party are united In their support of Gov. Stanley, the Democratic nominee for United States Senator, and in addition he will receive the support of many Republicans and Independents. The latter two classes are supporting the Governor because of his disdaining to notice the vile and tnsutling attacks of the X,ouIsvlUe by the Disappointed Herald. tributes of many Prohibitionists and Forward Leaguers, the Herald has resorted to every device of the mud thrower to vent Its fury on our successful Governor. The local Republican Committee see the futility of tho Chicago sheet's actions and seeing that the Herald would glvo no aid to Ogden, tho local Republican Congressional candidate, has resorted to paid advertisements to at least say a word for the neglectSome of tho local ed candidate. Republicans say that It is .not that the Herald loves Bruner so, but just becauso Its hate of Gov. Stanley comes uppermost. are Now tho Ogden supporters kicking on tho advertising of the Republican Committee and eay tho Bearcy committee pulled a "boner" of Its "own when it said that Mr. Sherley advised people laBt year to vote for Cronan Instead of Smith. This is making thousands of voters realize that our Congressman was handing out some mighty good as they realize that In near Mayor Smith the town got a setback. With Smith we have had wished on us a Keystone police department, an Incompetent fire department, a street cleaning department that doesn't clean, and garbage gatherers that force yon to separate your garbage and then fool you by not taking either. To your disappointment the offset through Davy Board of Works, Rose, gives the citizens promises of Center a beautiful plaza through street, the street famous for fake Coney Island at carnivals, a regular it was Towhead Island, although pointed out that the flood every season drowns tha Beargrass Creek Ule, and on top of these beautiful and glowing promises Davy and his board presents the city (with the taxpayers' money) an elegant house motor-boa- t, although statistics show that in Louisville, New Albany and JeKerscmville there are sot 200 ad-ric- recently for France, had but one object outside his war work. That object was to locato his eighty- year-ol- d mother In Belgium. Be fore being assigned by njs Blsnop for overseas duty Father Phlllppl was professor of sclenco and mathe matics at St. Charles college, orana Coteau, La. He had not heard from his mother since the Germans Ho an Invaded his native land. nounced before sailing that the first thing he would do on arrival in Belgium would bo to search for his aged parent. KE? aSBBBBBEBSfl hbv' BBU jfe &&( $ BSBsBBflBl mBBBBBmBi Many writers and speakers, of greater or less consequence con sider ..It a mark of educatjoaa. rmvtkwoaai gaf f ettHHielilto tersperse their public utterances with .supercilious references to the Middlo Ages as the "dark ages," the era of ignorance and superstition and the period of stagnation la civic and social progress. Their statements are but the repetition of those mado by abler men, who spoke thus of tho Ages of Faith because they were what that name signifies, or because the social or economic policies of those ages pleased them as little as the religious belief of those days pleased others. A Voltaire hated the church whose teachings inspired tho thought of the Middlo Ages, and consequently spoke disparagingly of that period. And Adam Smith, the apostle of economic liberalism, combated the solldarlsm of that era and naturally was not overly friendly to the church which had Inspired that solldarlsm. However, a reversion of sentiment Is gaining ground, and tho sober thought of some thinkers of our times leads them to give duo credit to the spirit and the philosophy of the Middle Ages, while condemning the destructive individualism and liberalism of tha eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as bitterly as once their predecessors did tho opposite characteristics of the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. This reversion to sanity of judgment helps to cast down the barrier of prejudice which blinded men and prevented them from seeing the good that was wrought in that distant period. Tho Anarchist Kropotkin has endeavored to do justice to tho civic and social policy of the mediaeval communities and organizations. Other writers are doing likewise, among them the authors of a book recently published: "The Town Laborer." In this excellent book we find a chapter on "The Now Town," which contrasts tho new with tho old, to tho credit of the mediaeval community and the disparagement of the town and city during the unrestricted regime. erned and administered with justice and magnanimity; this mattered much more to them than half tho wars that have filled so disproportionate a page in tho writing of history." The influence of a centralized government was practically vory slight. "Parliament and Government knew nothing of this Bide They of life (town government). passed no laws and exercised no supervision or Initiative." Even the coming of industries .remained a matter of local $are and control. "Tho new industry had produced problems that werjo general, but except in respect of. criminal law the central government still looked upon them as local and disclaimed all concern. Tho character of Its local government and tho success of its town llfo were therefore of even more engrossing cdncern to that population than theyi are to us today with our modern faentrallzatlon." And while "form and appearance" of the mediaeval town "were also of vital importance"! in the "new town," the factory city of tho, last century, the uplift that should come from tho town, its buildings and its life, werojalso lacking. And this is not all. 'There Is a great Notro chapter In Victor Hugo's Dame de Paris describing the rise of printing and the overthrow of architecture as the principal lan guage of mankind. But we have to remember that (the population in the new industrial districts was a population for which literature scarcely existed, that tho boundaries of their lives were the boundaries of their imagination, and that tho only things that spoke to their minds were the mill in which they worked and the town In which they lived. In their work they had none of the excitement or pleasure of they worked the handicraftsmen; among ugly things, In ugly factories or ugly mines, for" though an engine or a wheel may hflve a noble beauty and design, Its beauty is obscured for those who are tending one small part of It and nothing else." And the uplift that Should come from the town, Its buildings and its llfo were also lacking. Tho deficiencies' of the new town as compared to the old are thus stated by tho authors: "Perhaps tho best way to 'describe tho new towns and their Iform of government would be to eay that' so far or checking tho from breaking power of circumstances over men's jives, they symbolized the absolute dependence and h slplessness of the mass of people llv ng in them. They were not so muth towns as barracks: not the re: uge of a civilization but the barracks of an industry. This, character wai stamped on their form and life and government. The mediaeval town md 'reflected the minds of .centuries and the subtle associations of a living society with a rblstory: these tewn reflected tho . . I2 1MJZ?. r m ' fw " ; WELCOME '' Ss " mSBBBB9k e Wm m.m. Good Sense Now Being Shown la Yart v of h ri asfvj, w. : - - it the Press. Roman Publications Seem in Fair Way to Do Justice to Holy Father, Never a Moment of Work Him. When Burden Ceases For HAD BUT LITTLE RELAXATION. 8 BBBBrfMBfc3BBT3MSBagBigJPfflW TRIP. GETTING THEIR BEARINGS FOR Photo shows American soldiers studying a map of Paris which they have run across before venturing to take a walk on tho boulevards of the city. SIGHT-SEEING KEYSTONERS Have Big Week With Judge gevin in tho Protecting Role. Bur- - Three Boys Heavily Fined Wlillo a Negro Chaffour Is Released. Two Coppers Stage a Real Fight Com- Without Pies, tho edy Weapon. SERGEANT MAKES DISCOVERY. tj.unmwn msmEar,iiw single paseton thafhad. thrown street wideTlIaF&et1SllSWi11i''sIlo8, aon'r'do av,rlIttloprofetIngkrnow travelers of all kinds and men right they always on street In al Judge Thruston Burgevin, of the Louisville Pollcer Court, established the fixed scale Wednesday in his court for the license to designate our local police as "Keystoners," which they, are known by far- and - hour gait. The Men's Federation who guard and investigate our morals might debate this question at their next meeting: Which Is the most valuable, tho pride of tho Keystoner or the lives of the cit izens who cross in front of a negro chaffour? Speaking of tho Men's Federation, what aro Messrs. Fred Gernert, Dr, H. A. Davidson, Helm Bruce, Henry Johnson, John M. Chandler, Dr. J. B. Lockhart and all tho other leaders going to do about the uncalled-fo- r arrest of tho photographers who wero taking pictures of gambling games, scones of vice, dens of iniquity, etc.? Wo all Know tne spent lots of Men's Federation money to bring Chicago spies hero to catch immoral men and women and they surely must be in sympa thy with tho men who took pictures of such scenes Sunday. Last year the reform element issued a book telling of Dr. M. P. Hunt's travels In the red light district and Federations leaders told how they, wero shocked at vlco under Democratic. reign. What a howl wouitt nave gone up from tho Federation lead ers Jf a Police Captain like Buckley reform nad arrested one of the photographers and broken his plates. We shudder to think of the awful storm of indignation from the good brothew. .Anyway. lf'-- they - In a letter from Rome somewhat lato in arriving tho writer sends some rather Interesting news. He says: One welcomes hero any sign of what can at least be called good sense on tho part ot tho Roman press. That rapidly 'increasing body, for in spite of tho dearth .of paper more than one Journal has mado Its appearance lately may be divided into three categories, the Catholic press, which consists of tho Corriere d'ltalla (for tho Osserva-tor- e Romano, though it contains some news, can not be classed with other Roman papers); the great bulk of tho morning and evening papers, which may bo called or "ordinary," or by any othor comprohenslvo name, and ono or two which are so notoriously hostile to Catholics that they have to ibo placed, by Catholics,; in a class by themselves. Ono welcomes then any sign of what may bo called good sense In the ordinary papers, and an observant reader will have noticed more than one lately. Ono instance occurred a week or two ago, so striking that I regret I can not mention names or subject, but I can vouch for tho fact of its occurrence. A Roman paper against which Catholics aro on their guard, though it Is not ono of those which come in the regular category, had printed an artlclo on the subject of Catholic Interest and had criticized freely a high Catholic personage. A day or two afterward it sent of its own accord a representative to that dignitary to apologize, 6aying that it had. discovered that the Information on which it had founded its statement was unreliable, asking to hear thff rights of the case and promising to" print them as given. This it did. And this evening in the Trttotma one at- -. "Lib-ora- l" '!antl-clorlca- a ,1 l" welcoma. . A sorry picture indeed) And yet the picture is' not overdrawn neither was the "new town" le33 soulless than the Hammonds paint it, nor the mediaeval community less soulful. And for all of this there must be a reason: Both the mediaeval town and that of tho nineteenth century wore, in a measure, the expression of current ideas, the embodiment of the social philosophy of their inhabitants. The social philosophy of the ages of faith was thoroughly healthy, virile, altruistic in the best sense, and rec-- s ognlzed man at his full value as an Individual and as a member of society. But the utilitarian thought of the period of tho unrestricted regime was neither social nor healthy. Hence its expression could not show characteristics which were wanting at the source. C. B. of The Pqpe needless to say be under inaictwill a frantic monotony of In tho front lino trenches refer to only being when ono remembers charge ment of disorder. Nobody could read In Louisville's present joke police reformers tha behalf ofofthe Republi of which today is the tho occasloa In fourth anthese shapeless improvisations what force as Keystoners, ibelng, as the can niversary Is Plus X., and the CarDartv. Ruskin called "the manly language Courier-JournThursday, a said Back again to tho Keystoners. A dinal The of a peoplo inspired by resolute and Keystone moving disgusted traveler told a man at article is Cardinal Mercler. is a quotation of what the common purpose," for they repre- reminder of the picture policemen. Judge Burgevin Union Station tho other day the latter once said about tho former, sented nothing but the avarice of fined Morgan Garry, Clarenco Nich- following: "Now," he said, "I come and tho Trlbuna says a word on Its the capitalist Redwltz, three little ols and Paul to this town every now and then own account: . v boys, ?10 each for daring to call and have to get around qulto a "At tho masses celebrated In. his Patrolman BUI Blunk a Keystone Dit, different places each time. But memory this morning by Cardinal all (or the life of mo I can't get any Merry del Val, Msgr, Percini and policeman, tho latter arresting threo of tho boys single-handeinformation in regard to streets or other prelates In the crypt of tho Right hero it might be said that if buildings from Louisville's hick po- Vatican a huge crowd of tho faithJudge Burgevin can collect flO lice, and one thing on which they ful were present in addition to tho from every person that refers to aro noticeably shy Is that they can't Blstors of tho dead T?ope. His the local collection of sleuths as tell you where any streets aro where tomb was covered with dowers, pile up a fund there are not car lines. For In- which were carried away as rollcs "Keystoners" he will in ho Poll Court that will wine stance, I had to fall back on almost as soon as laid there. Alout the Liberty Loan, as every man, ready the picture of tho 'saint' is woman and child not on xno cuy or In many a poor person's (Continued on Fifth Pago.) house, to tho county pay roll refers prayers aro said beforo It as in tho Of the RlirTl. Some mvntiAv nftllCB ilfl souls of all Catholics, CHARGED TIURTY DOLLARS. and even many latter do so in private and It is said tho light of Taxpayers of Louisville and Jef- faith and veneration burns before that Judge Burgovln can collect several $10 fines from Chief Petty, ferson county wero more than as- - It." ' who In his disgust from time to rnnlatiAri whnn hnv rflfwl In the It is a fact that here and daily press of Wednesday that an go boyond tho strict thousands canon time refers to his letter of taw In anticipating in their hearts naa Deen conductors as "Keystoners." Itemized bill oi ?3i Patrolman iiiu uiunK, xne ponco- to the city by Sheriff Will- and in ordinary conversation a vermnn arhn an InRTllrod J 11(1 CO BUP- - iam ilTiaa ProoWonf nt ttlO "FlOKR dict which all hope- - one day the Hvninathv. is none other Chair Manufacturing Company, f6r competent authorities will give than the copper who livened up the use of cnalrs ana taDies Dy me and in Italian the "santo" has not ana aiowau women of Louisville who volun- quite the close application that things at Twenty-iourstreets three or four Sundays ago teered their services to copy tho "saint" has with us. Tho Trlbuna, hir nlfnc In nil sides Of the Street draft registration cards on Septem- after quoting what Cardinal Mercler "hooray," and ber 12 at tho City Hall. The charge said ono day, concludes: on an his funny antics drew sucn a crowa of another firm which furnished "These are the words with which the that a riot call was sent in for NOW an equal number of chairs was $3. the Prlmato of Belgium sums up rtlntrlof nn1lr.fl station. Pnnrth the supernatural figure of a Pope got what happened. Capt. Iiarkin, who lived at tho closing stage of a world and died at tho beginning of ot tnat aistnct, arnvea wnu tuo patrol, sees Blunk hanging on to a another and will remain immortal IMfl fnr n mrinnnor. Cant. Larkln In the veneration and affection of all civil humanity." releases the boy, strips Blunk of Almost dally the departuro his cluo ana Daago, pues mm w mu of some Cardinal or highly placed prepatrol wagon and leaves a substitute on the beat. As will be seen, late in tho Roman Curia Is announced, tho vacations of tho conBlunk evidently suffered no punishgregations having begun. Cardinal ment from the Board of Safety or Merry del Val went away for his the reform administration, as ho Is niif nrrnln fn tnnlrn WflrfaPS on the summer rest as is his custom, Immediately after the anniversary of kids. Capt. Larkln quit this week, quii m the death of Plus X., staying to and his menas say-n- o say the first mas3 at tho tomb. He probably realized "that crnti an'f mnlrn nnllromnn out Of Cardinal Scanlnelll has eono anil Cardinal Gasparrl has taken the op motormen or conductors and, JuT like Col. Petty has found out, you portunity wnuo tnmgs aro comparatively quiet and both Msgr. CerretH can take the boy out of tho country but you can't take the country and Msgr. Todeschlni aro at their posts to go away for a short rest. out of the boy. BBBBBBbSK i! "i'A&ioB? ABlBBBBE Msgr. Taccl, the Magglordomo, Now the same day In the Police is JKb1KmImBM?JBBBBBBBw BBBBBIM i? ' also away; when ho comes back tha Court James Howard, a negro having been opportunity occurs for the maestro chaffeur, was on trial, di camera, Msgr. Sanz de Samper, arrested by Patrolmen Marcell and night for going to tako a vacation, the functions Williams Tuesday of these two being sufficiently elm-li- ar by tho Confederate monument at an hour. for one to tako over tho duties the rate of forty miles of the other without any trouble. Howard was lined $5 and THE brings up L BBPftflHgjBBBJKgBJBzaBBHBlgy " VflBa Ana. last ibut first. His Holiness has FINE SUSPENDED. This a little relaxation In that there Is the question: Is a Keystoner's life. a slackening off of affairs during In Jeopardy when three playful kids jVMHbbISSGCbsRhv & call him a Keystoner, especially r Ibb ' tno vacations ana tno summer j&j- BaBMMMKrtfiy ti&2m ' which allows him to let a day heat when they hear the Joke pollee pass by young now and then without public and dubbed as Keystoners ' UililBBBBBHIBHESBBBBBK and old? But there were many private audiences. What that means llvoo In rlftnernr whan this neero can be easily Imagined. It is a private morning for him in which chaffeur was going at the rate of thoughi he may work for there is forty miles an nour, ms una, oi o being suspended while never a moment, except those passed the little In chapel, when the burden of work white boys had to PAY THEIR ?10 TEWFDX PASHA. and anxious thought ceases for a PINE. The negro chaffeur will no A new revolt in Turkey, which Pope he can wort in private, even doubt be grateful enough to line up party next started and gathered strength in in the quiet retreat in the Vatlcaa with the Republican Tuesday after his considerate treat- Smyrna, has resulted in the over- Gardens, where Pope Benedict XV. n throw of the strong ment in the Police Court, and loves to find such fresh air and the Republican machine may Cabinet. Tewfik Pasha is recog- recreation as can be gained by the holder of the grandest crown of aire him to go out and run over a nized as the leader of the new few Democrats at his forty-mlle-athe whole world. d. non-Catholisuu-mitted m ed mo-gust. "r"j i IM IH the C. V. ENJOY THEIR VISIT. Misses Katherine and Rose Flaherty, en route to their home in Minneapolis after a visit to a brother at Newark, N. J spent the first of the week in iLouisvlllo with another brother. First Lieut. Frank Flaherty, who was transferred to Camp Zachary Taylor from Montana. While here the fair visitors were dinner guests of Airs. Thomas D. Clines. Audubon Park, and Misses Hattle and Margaret Higglns, 732 South Twenty-fourt- h streeUjVThey left ior home Thursday nffht, having enjoyed to the fullest their brief stay in Kentucky. - sol-di- ed WITH MILITARY MASS. Military funeral services were conducted at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at the Knights of Colum for Sister Mary bus auditorium Jean, who died Monday night at St. Joseph's Infirmary of Influenza she contracted while nursing sick soldiers at Camp Zachary Taylor. She was among the first to volun teer her services to the Government when the epidemic developed. The casket bearing her body was draped in the American flag. Majors Phillips and Lltlg and Red Cross nurses from the base hospital rep resented the military at the services. Chaplain Barret was celebrant of cnapiain Dean was the mass. deacon; Father Murray, of the Knights of coiumous, sunaeacon; Chanlain Donahue, master of cere monies, and Chaplain McDermott and Father Vincent, or tne Jinignis of Columbus, served as acolytes. nuns One hundred and twenty-fiv- e who nursed soldiers at the hospital during the epidemic were present. The singing was b the choir of St. Mary Magdalene church. Among the priests who attended were Fathers Therfeur, Daniels, Drlscoll, and Mulally and Chaplains Walsh and Blendl. 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The prices are as low as is safe to pay, as high as is. necessary lasting, shape-holding to pay. THAT IN A FEW WORDS IS THE PROPOSITION THAT WE HAVE TO OFFER. BLOTTING OUT OF A VILLAGE BEFORE AND AFTER SHELLING. enemy village (taken before and after a prolonged period of bombardment Aerial photographs of an Note the obliteration of all natural features. by British and American artillery. -- $20, $25, $30 up to $50 Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge CLOTHING SPECIALISTS NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON EPIDEMICS Population Hy No Menus Imbued With Fatalism Towards jj Visitations. ; Where the Quich Meal Comes In the boas brightest; the work Wbere Ugh test; aeal Wbere tbo ooked beat; Wbere the range stands the teat the where That'a 'Quick Heal" cornea Where -- Quarantine,' Isolation, Fumigation Practiced in Catholic Countries. K. I. A. The United War Work campaign, to raise funds for maintaining tho splendid social welfare work which Is being done for the men in the army and navy by tho Young Men's Christian Association, tho Young Women's Christian Association, the National Catholic War Council (Knights of Columbus), the Jewish Welfare Board, the War Camp SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Community Service, the American Library Association and the SalvaHundreds are joining our War Savines Club. One dollar's tion Army, will be conducted during worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings the week running between November The interest with whioh deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1,000 members. the Catholic people regard the welfare movements In behalf of pur just and fair; tho agencies recogPERFECT FITTING soldiers, and how proud thoy aro nized all are worthy; all that are of the war activities of the Knights recognized are (included, so there SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES of Columbus aro attested by the f We recommend the prohibican be no reason, no excuse, but time COMPLIMENT M'DERMOTT. patriotic pastoral letter from only dark, hidden motives for any of gatherings bf all kinds, tion Right Rev. BtshoD O'DonatrhiiB. to refuso to contribute according to of the danger, ot communicaEdward J. McDermott, former which will he read in all tho Cath- their means. Catholics will not be disease, which is great-es- t Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, tion of thocrowds are present. We olic churches of the diocese found lacking, we know. They will now a practicing attorney here, are where and w confident that the public w 11 vindicate the Judgment or the Is being complimented by fellow observe the necessary rulings, Dearly Beloved Brethren: Thn President, justify tho hope of the members of the Louisville bar and avoid gathering United War Work campaign for hierarchy and earn a rich bless in crowds, will by friends all over the country ou apply tho best known methods of funds for the agencies recognized ing for themselves by joining all by our Government in war activities hands to make the drive a triumph an article appearing under his piovention and cure and will stay signature In the Soptember-Octobwill begin Monday, November 11, of united action, and this will be a at home as far as possible; we are issue of the American Law Review, far beyond the standards of those and I appeal to you to give It your message of encouragement to our Oculists' Prescriptions. Dash 10c hearty and liberal support. Your soldiers that will be ever sweet to one of tho oldest legal publications days when the people, startled by in America. The article is entitled tho havoc of an unknown disease, generosity and good will In the thoir memory and to yours. SinSOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY common causo have 'Some Reminiscences of the Louis- neglected tho rudimentary demands been abun cerely In Christ, At J. 5c to the dantly proved during the recent ville Bar," and was read by Mr. ot hygiene and flocked XXCOBPOXATZD D. O'DONAGHUE, past; but they are now summoned MeDermott at the monthly dinner churches pr paraded the Btreets, Bishop ot Louisville. Fourth and Chestnut. canto another, possibly a final nroof. last June of the Lawyers' Club of flogging themselves, burning The peoplo of the United States Louisville. and for this reason especially the are generous and charitable. WhenIn addition to printing dles and crying: 'From the pesti$ Best Cigars response snouiu De both prompt and ever there has been need the heart tne article, the American Law Re- lence, deliver us, O Lord!'" view published an editorial concern the wholehearted, lest Derhans tho last of America has always and readily ,, ,, ,, ,t .. .. We are not quoting from ing Mr. McDermott's career, which document of any health official, but and best opportunity to do a service responued. And now. when the Ifffrowlti aad AbMrnil Mzilt Sclwtiflciltj Trtitad Is reviewed in a most compre- similar statements nave Deen mauu that is in every way big and noble comfort, the morale and the morals may be lost to you, and your un- of tho boys in the camps, on the hensive manner. Mr. McDermott's in writing and on the platform, and Or. Uriah Z. Litsiy selfish devotion to God, your coun- high seas and at tho front are at Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces article, introduced with a number the Catholic people and Catholic Chiropodist try and your fellowmen may go stake wo feel certain that tho reof recollections of unusual or humor cities and countries of former times without the ineffaceable testimony sponse of the peoplo will be piompt 007 Tor the next three weeks ire are Incidents before the bar here, all are the target of the insinuation of B&;"X9BBBBBiajafeABM Slarks that it deserves. going to offer all of our lacea at a recalls to memory the best traits of Ignorance and alleged Improper beand bountiful. There is just now another special liberal discount. This offer la genu- many famed attorneys who were havior during the frightful visitaBtlilliiBj BaBlHHMUuBBBBBB reason that all should bo not willing leaders In legal affairs hero In years tion of an epidemic. And yet these KXGTiAND AND IRELAND. ine, and it will pay our Both Pbo.--r gone by. merely, but eager, nay, anxious to C. B. of C. V. from ibeing cor customero to write us at onee while allegations are far help these war workers In every Major Stuart Stephens, of tho our stock Is complete. rect. A noteu Ausinan uipiumui, way they can. The valiant accounts English army; Prof. Elon MacNelll, EIGHTEEN OFFICERS. TIIE MONTn OF TIDE DEAD. who traveled from Italy to Spain from Ireland, and that on front de- of tho University Rogers Church Goods Co. Washington telegrams bring news in 1519, relates travolers this journey The church teaches that the souls mand our soldiers at the of appre- Austin Harrison, ofofLondon, editor emphatic evidence desired to some of the of the award (Majorca. of tho Just who have loft this World ciation from tho folks at home. Gal- of tho English Review, havo carof commissions on land at tho Island of 129 S. FOURTH AVE. Monday to George A. Somervllle, Having come from Naples, which soiled with the stain of venial sin lantry In arms quickonB the pulse ried on n remarkable series of disCamp Zachary Taylor, as infected remain for a time in a place of ex- of a grateful people, and our fight- cussions In that publication In ref Second was suspected of being THE SIGN OP QUALITY Lieutenant in the Quartermaster with cholera, they were estopped piation, where they suffer such ing men having proved themselves, erence to the status of Ireland at NORTON BUILDING Corps; Ira N. Kerns, 14G0 South from entering tho harbor town. punishment as may bo duo to their must expect us to prove ourselves the approaching peace council. Mr. Hlghl'd 7411 Sixth street, Second Lieutenant in They were, however, permitted ta offenses. It Is a matter of faith In turn. Theerfore I beg you to at- Harrison, after several visits to N. W.Cirner Fturth and Jefferson Bast 180 Medical Corps, and Samuel T. land at the end or mo quay, ana that these sufferings souls aro re- tend this War Activities campaign Ireland, says Combs, 1423 South Floyd, Second thnm to movo about un to a line lieved by the Intercession of the for funds, encourage it in vour KENTUCKY "Nobodv can fall to ha struck Lieutenant In Quartermaster Corps. marked off by a stout rope. Here saints of heaven, and by the prayers speech, further It by your labor and with tho wondflrfnl dlsclnllnn dls- - raenuasj kwvxdjcjtt amooxawwf LAUNDRY Incorporated. meen more Louisville men they could point from afar with of the faithful on earth. To pray give It ns much as you are able of .played by the Irish people through-you- r CO. waa organized by dtow tvero graduated means. If you make a sacri- - out tho severe crisis. from the Field sticks to the goods of tho mer- for the dead Is then both an Set So far as Incorporated to make Artillery Officers'""Tralning School chants and poddlars located there, of charity and of piety. We read fice, so much tho better, for with- - religious antagonism Is concerned I 2 at Camp Zachary Taylor on October and thus designate the objects they in Holy Scripture: "It la'ajiofcr, art, out sacrifice nothing can be truly i was agreeably astonished. We LOANS Underbill St. 16 according to an official list made desired to purchase Under tho wholesome thought to pray JotvsJtlK treat or holy. Above all, do not greatly exaggerate it in England public Monday. All are eligible to rono barrier stood a vessel contain dead, that they may Geo. Dearborn suner signs ana rumors of peace .and particularly in the English on furniture and other peraonaJ from Manager commissions as Second Lieutenants ing vinegar, Into which the coins sins." And when our Lord Inspired io Bnorton your cnanty; better far press and press agencies. erty at Even in In the field artillery. They are spent In payment were to be St. Odllo, Abbot bf Cluny, toward to stiffen your Durnoso if neace In the heart of northeast Ulster I I.OWIST XATZB. Lloyd S. Biddlngton, 1722 Eastern placed. Thereupon tho goods pur- the close of the tbnth century, to in view, for the long period between found Catholics and Protestants on Coleman Bid?., VINCENTIAN MEMORIAL, S. E. Cor. Third and JeSoraeft. Parkway; Andrew B. Cunningham, chased were pushed across the bar- establish in his order a general the end of fighting nnd tho muster- the most friendly terms." "Tho Both Pbonea. Silt. Oelvolr Apartments; Joseph A. rier by the merchants, who took the commemoration of all the faithful ing out of enlisted men will bo for vicious espionage system "maintained The St. Vincent de Paul Conferdisinfected coins from the Bterlllzlng departed, it was 'soon adopted by them the most trying period of all in Ireland .is a disgrace to Eng- says, ence of St. Charles Borromeo Dienes, 852 South Twenty-secon"military control of Ireland is B. Floyd. tho whole Western church, and has and for the war workers the su- land," Mr. Harrison says. church, mourning the lose of an John J. Hardy, 1950 Roanoke; Will-la- pot. test 1302 Brook; John Prof. MaoNelll, in the ' samo not necessary," for tho groat Isolation of cases, disinfection of been .continued unceasingly to our preme bo of their helpfulness. It exemplary and valued member at A. Hermes, 345 Shawnee Terrace; persons, articles of clothing and day. Let us ever (bear in mind the would manifestly unfair to these magazlno, says: "England as well British fleet controls the ocean all the last meeting adopted the fol- Eugene P. King (colored), 2115 prohibitions of import were always dead and offer up our prayers for and would nearly frustrate all prior as Ireland ought to take courage around, and there could be no George M. McLendon, employed in former times to pre- them. lowing memorial resolutions on the Magazine; By showing this mercy to good deeds of your own In connec- In both hands Tho right and sure aanger 01 ireiana Decomtng a uanger 1007 South Twenty-eightdeath of Nicholas Weber: Fred vent or minimize contagion. When the suffering souls In purgatory we tion It In this critical period they thing for England to do is to con to British power. An Englishman of great expeWheroas, It has pleased Almighty a. Miller, 934 Franklin; Leland G. the plague Invaded Milan In 1575 shall be particularly entitled to bo are torced to curtail their activities Bent freely, without grudge, if posGed in his infinite wisdom to take Nllee, R. F. D. No. 266; Raymond serious efforts were made to Isolate treated with mercy at our de- becauso the people stints them of sible with generous cordiality, to rience and a leading Irish statesman the establishment of an Irish repub- and professor or economics agree from our midst to his eternal re- C. O'Hara. 820 South Brook; Will- thoso affected with tho disease. Be- parture from this world, and to means. Finally, the respopse pf our Cath- lic, r make this frank proposal that the trade relations or England ward our beloved brother, Nicholas iam F. H. Schneider, 716 East fore each of tho six gates a sep- share more abundantly In the genWeber, who for many years waa Oak; Charles C. Small, --Walter and arate village was built, consisting eral suffrages of the church, con- olic peoplo to the United Drive because I want to seo a complete and Ireland would multiply and Vlee President of St. CharleB Con- Taylor boulevard: Adrian H. Taylor, of hundreds of small wooden tinually offered for all who have ought to be most energetic in tes- and final settlement of the long grow and prosper under mutual timony to their friendly and co standing differences between my and liberty. Norbert C. houses, and here the sick, the sus- slept In Christ. ference, St. Vincent de Paul So- 641 South Fortieth: We wish some of our American Wedekemper, 1319 Willow. ciety; and pects and the convalescents were Let us be especially mindful dur operative spirit in common things country and England, because I am At the same time nineteen other cared for. Moreover Whereas, In his death the conthese three ing this November of 1918 of the towara ineir leuow citlsens of all convinced that national liberty, un friends who desiro to be enlightference has lost a ezalous and faith- Kentucklana and six from Indiana groups were carefully separated, souls of tho many who have fallen creeds. The genius or America per- limited except ny tnat interdepend- ened on the question would occaful officer, the orphan and the were graduated, and strict separation of the sexes in battle, and perhaps have none to vades this appeal and Catholics, ence, which I hope for among civi- sionally take a look at the English needy a true friend, and the church was observed also. In the midst of pray for them. Let us bo mindful Protestants, Jews and all others are lized nations, is the best thing for Review, EXTENSION MAGAZINE. a pious and devout member; thereeach village stood a crucifix and of the many who have been called working side by side receiving and Ireland. I hold that it would also VISITING HIS PARENTS. fore let it be an altar at- - which mass was cele- to the eternal seat of judgment extending mutual reapect, honor and be the best for England. "As an The Madonna Magazine and the brated dally. Each of these towns during this epidemic, which has left assistance. That tbege kindly Resolved, That we express te his Ulster Scot myself, I know Ulster may grow and spread and and I know the great majority of Lieut Hugh McCaffrey, son of bereaved family our sincere sym- Child Apostle, two excellent Cath- had its own administration, which unscathed no section of the United Mr. and Mrs. John P. McCaffrey, of pathy in their loss of so good aad olic publications, owing to the executed the regulations with just States, and whose hand has fallen ''a closer union among all hearts the people feel as I feel." rulings of the War Industrial Board rigor. It seems also that as early so heavily upon our own city and prevail" was the fervent, doyal and Major Stuart Stephens, who was Omaha, la home on a short leave lovable a father; also Resolved, That these resolutions reducing the paper supply, have as the thirteenth century efforts State, and upon .bur boys In our truly Catholic hope more than a In the employ ot the British Gov- from Camp Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. McCaffrey have received word of the be spread upon the minutes of the been merged with the Extension were made in Italian cities to com- military-- service. Over 16,500 of year ago expressed by the Arch ernment "to keep tab on Magazine,, which will hereafter ap- bat contagious diseases by isolation, our brave boys have died during the bishops or the United States In their activities" for several safe arrival overseas of, their sons, 8t Charles Conference and pub- pear as a department lished In. the Record and Kentueky in Inasmuch as we read that the past few weeks. , The toll. Gem address to the President, and I years, and who was in this country Owen with the engineering corns ago, "on .specie,! duty," and John "with the infantry. They Irl American, aad a copybe seat Extension, with Rev. Father O'Brien stricken were eared for In the mar- March tells us, has been greater commend to yotj as a. most signal until ones permit did not make the trip on tho same as associate editor. Former sub- ket places, where they were nursed than, that of dhe entire, period sines evidence of Its Hear f HiriUmeat this urges that Bn gland-a- t to the family. i i repub boat,, and as far as the parents scribers to the Madonna and Child especially by the FraneiseaBS. JohB'J1. Hollaad, The we entered this world war. Let us united appeal for funds to carry the eetAbllshmeat of Apostle regret the suspension, but assumption of -- obligatory notifica remember their souls aad the souls comfort and conselatton to our men lic within the Imperial scheme. Just know have not been together since Gee. H. will find the etfer of Extension ose tion of oases as South Africa now has a repub- sailing from two different Eastern contagion aad ot all who have fallen in battle in arms. of The apportiOHweat of the fund la lic to all Intents and purposes. He ports. OemfNittoe. that should satisfy everybody. coercion in isolating all eases la sinee. Where work U sjnicM Public Burials and Marriages Were done; Forbidden During ForWhere cooking seesu real foa; mer Plagues. aiaMj Where baking glree bt& d light; Wbere drudge la oat of MUASURKS RIGIDLY ENFORCED. sight That's the where "Quick Meal1 eoaae la. Common usage has it that .whenQalok Meal Gaa Ranges Sold. Iaatnlled aad Highly Recommended ever an epidemic like the present one visits a city, a district or a country, and when a Board of arm of tho TTnnith nr a similar Government Issues measures, for the prevention and combating ot mo particular" disease aomo newspaper scribe or public official will Issue a I.BO These Urea are all flrit 10x8 Thermold PL CI. something like this: 1.95 stock, with some aad serial aarnber at- statement SOxS Thermold W. CI. 10.(5 tached. 80x8 Thermold PI. CI. "With the wonderful accomplish11.25 2x3 U Thermold PI. Be. - 11.11 We solicit a call to iatpeet oar atock ments of modern science, and with at both stores. 82x8 Thermold Na. 8c suporlor intela public vastly Main Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, lectually to the people of former ,.4 C riPXH 8T. of out age's,- - we are ' convinced Mam 1089 Ketall Braneh Incorporated we 8. TXXXp ST. ability to gain control of the short writhin a coniDaratlvely GEHER & SON, -- w. maI&t st. FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. 11 ciW dls-oo- SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Little 1 er Made! , A, .y. out-of-to- tho market place Beems not altogether unwarranted. Disinfection and similar measures seem also to have been rigidly enforced in such critical times. We know that in the Duchy of Franco-nicentury, eighteenth in tho when news had come of tho prevalence of the plague at Marseilles, strict precautions were ordered taken. A rigorous embargo was placed on the shipment into the country of worn clothing, rags and hair as possible carriers of the contagion. When tho pestllcnco approached closer to the borders, more rigorous measures were employed. Only Huch travelers and goods were admitted as came from sections known to bo freo from the disease. Guards were placed on all the roads leading to the borders, and entrance through other than the regular avenues was penalized, 'iravelors were obliged under oath to state whether or not they had passed through infected districts. It was furthermore provided that any village or hamlet stricken by the scourge was to bo Isolated, after a physician and a priest had been as signed to duty within Its walls. Fires built in public places were used in some countries at an early date to combate epidemics. Aromatic herbs were burned in small fires in the houses; deodorants, including specially prepared fumigating can used, and dles or pastills, were vinegar was utilized as a sterilizer. Its value is still appreciated, though it can not comparo with our modern disinfectants. In the episcopal city of Mayonce. during tho epi8 demic of the used In houses visited bv the plague was ordered burned. A quarantine of six weeks was proscribed and enforced on all inmates of dwellings thus afflicted and the quarantine was not lifted for elx weeks and not before the house had been fumigated. The preparation to be used for this purpose had to be purchased from tiie public apothecaries. In the latter city public forburials and marriages were bidden during the epidemic, and even religious processions were placed under the ban. Thus a procession planned by the pastor ot the Cathedral of tho city and the usual Pentecostal procession were prohibited. An exception seems to have been made In regard to two meetings only, one being the occasion of a solemn vow of the citizens and the other the laying of the cornerstone of the chapel of St. Sebastian. From all of this it may readily be seen that certain effective measures of precaution and euro during epidemics were well known and practiced by people In Catholic cities and countries at an early age. To pretend that the knowledge of these means is altogether modern, or that formerly people submitted passively with a sort of religious fatalism to such visitations, is unjust and unscientific. a, PASTORAL From Right Rev. Bishop O'Donnghuo For United War Work Campaign. - I (I Appeals' to tho Clergy and People of the Dioccso of ,ArA'PttTt'rtiffTtirtgtirttnfjmti!piajaaji.fintmjl(4ral Mulloy's New Blend Coffee Will Bo At Rend In All Churches All tho Masses Sunday. Lbs. For 75c a cerrss tkat is xhowjt po its pnra our QUAMTT. 2 1- -2 JOHN M. Importer MAKE THE DRIVE A TRIUMPH. and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. 312 W. KAJUCST MX. XUX3YHJiE, XT. rfeturn thia advertisement with remittance and we will ahlp Coffca by Parcel Post, ail ch&rjrea prepaid. MXJJLXOX Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS 1667-166- bed-stra- w 11-1- 8. OD CORNS,BUNIONS Khftw FRED ERHART ARCHITECT well-know- n 614-02- d; m ! h; selt-respe- ct Irish-Americ- an ar an-Iris- Nat, h jbOBXNr-x&oKi- r ijrixi BBr ffi' l" j&jMa&isacAs. LaaaaLB rk&Ki ? 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UNITED EffORT The Tower That" Will Keep Country's Wheels In Our HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. Home, 1818-182J CAMP NEWS JL-E"- First and third Fridays, Hibernian 0 :: V"Y rv v What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General &aaH 'Mrs. Richard Mullen and Mra Mary Lane, both officers and prom lnent In the Ladies' Auxiliary of Minneapolis, are reported critically 111 In the Irish Standard. W. H. Foley, former Indiana State Secretary but now chief clerk In the Ninth Division headquarters at Camp Sheridan, Ala., was homo on leave last week to attend the funeral of his brother, Edward Foley, of Indianapolis. L WiBK.H'syiMIM HmMtIHB The Literary in its valuable, columns to plead for an Increase in the 'pay of clergymen. Our contemporary urges In Ub pleal "Your pastor Is not a cheap man nor unskilled 'laborer1, He'1 has brought long, careful training Mo his task.-Hwas otiosen with scrutinizing care as" to his qualifications, and he is being measured' today byhSgh and exacting requirements in the performance ef Ms work. Carry that measurement' to. its Just conWhat 'salary would you clusion: expect to pay to the trained men in business of whom such important work and expert ability wert' required? Set "down on paper the qualities and duties you demand ef your pastor; arid then 'judge- feheir - JOSN W. DAVIS. New Ambassador to England se missioned John - M. Peacocke, of lected by Wilson to auc Columbus, who made the Hibernian ceed Hon. President Walter Hlnee Pae. Rifles one, of4he .best military companies in Ohio, a Lieutenant in the GAVE HER LIFE. Old Guard of the regular army. Since leaving the army twenty years The first to volunteer when, her ago Lieut. Peacocke had been active country called for women to fight In Independent military bodies. A woman's society with four the epidemic of Influenza which was members actively In the service reaping its grim toll among the of the United States, either on the men In Uncle Sam'e army camps, other side or soon to .be there, Is a Sister Mary Jean, who died Monday record not easily equalled. Such Is midnight at St. Joseph's Infirmary, the record of the Waterbury Ladles' has paid the supreme sacrifice as Auxiliary, A. O. H.( four of Its truly as any soldier who died fightmembers being nurses, . three of ing In the trenches. Sister Mary them already departed, and the offered her Services as a nurse at fourth, Miss Mary C. Gormley, long Camp Zachary Taylor when the disease first becamo epidemic at the the nurse for the Waterbury League, awaiting a camp. Day and night she cared for call to go. At its' last meeting, the men hovering between life and ' and death and her gentle ministrations which was an open session largely attended, the division dedi- are said to have kept tho Grim cated a service flag for thece mem- Reaper from many a bedsldo In her bers, with appropriate speeches nd ward at the base hospital. She was a Sister of the Lorettine Order at music. I.oretto, where the body was sent for 'burial. Masses were said at BENEDICTINE MONASTERY. Camp Zachary. Taylor Wednesday Hall Manor, an estate, comprising morning for her. Sister Mary, eighty-tw- o acres, improved with a whose name was Connor, was twenty-fyears old and had been a outbuildings, in ive residence and Lorettine Sister for the past two Portsmouth, near Newport, R. I., years. has been acquired by the Order of bt. Benedictine. Monks as a slto for SERVICE FLAG. an American monastery. The resibe dence and outbuildings will The Los Angeles Tidings tells of utilized until It is possible to erect a suitable structure. The Ameri- the blessing and unfurling of a war can Benedictine House pr Priory service flag In the sanctuary of the of Cathedral of St. Vlbiana In that will be under the supervision made city on a recent Sunday, with solDownside Abbey, England, famous by Cardinal Gasquet, but emn high mass presided over by tho eventually it will be purely an Right Rev. John T, Cantwell, D. D., Its founding the Blssop of American Institution. who also purpose of training preached the the diocese,The flag, Is for the sermon. Americans as monks, using the monwas raised nigh above the astery to develop the liturgical for which of the Immense congregation heads research work and as a place of In the Cathedral church of Southern retreat. Father H. Leonard Ser- California, there to remain .until the geant, who recently came ifrom Eng- close of the war, bears 1,490 stars School in for the Cathblic boya of Los Anland to the Newman Hackensack, will be in charge. geles who are In the service of their country on land and on sea. PROPER SUPPORT OF" CLERGY. TAKES OEL PLACE. Digest gives space As an Indication of the great scarcity and expense of sanctuary oil It Is interesting to note that the Bishop of Wichita, Kas., has given his priests permission to let an electric light burn before the tabernacle in place of the veegtable olte usually demanded byHhe churoh. This la in line with a 'general "permleeloh given by the Holy See some months ago and 13 given place here as Indicating that the same was a necessary time-honored Through the protest of the Ancient Order the book, "The Soul of Ulster," has been removed from the Kansas City Public Library. It was written by Ernest Hamilton, former member of Parliament, and contained many exaggerations and misstatements. The Dakota county convention, held at St. Paul, elected John Hagney as County President. State President Doyle was present, and Senator Millett, of Hastings, and Father H. O. McCall,. of South St. Paul, delivered addresses at the luncheon served by Division 3. The War Department has com- QBBh Gcu. Fred Austin Praises Sisters President John M. Riley. President Walter Murphy. For Their Great ServSecretary John J. Financial ice. Motion. Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. A. Recording Secretary John Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Shoe-naSergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Clinplnin Barrett and Sister, Nurses Glvo Generously to Ennblo Our ' Fighting Men to Go On Combat Epidemic RagSentinel Thomas Noone. to Victory. ing Elsewhere. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Knights of Columbus Tako Over Souls of Our Sacrificed Sons Arc Ap President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. pealing to Each IndividChurch Rulldlngs For Recording Secretary Lawrence ual Conscience. War Work. D. Meany. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak street. Treasure: John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s ALL ARE ON THE FIRING LINE. Bernard EMERGENCY HOSPITAL CLOSED, Vice Mul-doo- n. Portland. r k e.t at th i 'S n d :: KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Lato News That Will Interest Members Hero and Elsewhere. Topeka Council will now placo two gold stars on Its well filled service flag. Tho Knights of Columbus have so far collected about $12,000,000 for their welfare work. Owing to the Influenza epidemic the Initiation of ninety candidates had to be postponed at Dayton, Ohio. The Knights of Columbus slogan, "Everybody Welcome," has becomo the real word for camp hospitalities both here and overseas. The Knights of Columbus build- PlflH Sentinel - M. J. McDermott. T. Austin, in Gen. Frederick change of Camp Taylor, is high in his praise of the Sisters who nursed with the in the men stricken fluenza during tho past month. The General said In part: "We can hardly estimate the great servlco rendered by those noble women during tho terrible Influenza siege at our camp. They came at our bidding and worked day and night in the two emergency hospitals taking care of thousands of men,, giving them the" benefit of their years of training In this work and nursing them 'back to health." The experience of the chaplains and secretaries at the base hospital during the past three weeks has been that the Knights of Columbus should have a building at the base hospital. The Red Cross very generously donated the use of their building until the situation grew so bad that It was then necessary to erect !a tent to . carry on the work of the organization. In order to bo on the. grounds during tho winter months a small building will be erected where the secretaries and chaplains can live and do this most important work. Duo to tho great number of men who have recovered from influenza emergency hospitals one of the have been closed In the "C" area. This leaves about thirty barracks still occupied by convalescing soldiers in charge of tho Sisters. They will probably be emptied during the week and tho terrible scourge will be over at Camp Taylor. Chaplain Father Regis Barrett left Crtmp Taylor on Saturday evening on a tour of the State to enlist the assistance of Sister nurses 'n combating the epidemic of influenza now raging. Father Barrett's mission has the indorsement of tho Commanding General at Camp Taylor as well as tho Red Cross, and Is the outcome of his indefatigable efforts during trouble here. The Knights of Columbus are still on duty nt the base hospital day and night with the chaplains who are attending the soldiers still sick. An elaborate war map of Europe has. been Installed in each of tho recreation halls at Camp Taylor, and the soldiers spend a great part of their time evenings watching tho progress of the allied armies. This Is a most interesting pastime, especially as the entertainment features are still under the ban. Every day the secretaries In each building ad vance the line as the news is re ceived, from the newspaper headquarters. have The Knights of Columbus closed a deal with Rev;. Father Reuff at iStithton for the church property at that place. The church a recreation will be turned Into hall and the school 'buildings and parsonage, will be used as writing rooms and chaplains' headquarters. This will give the Knights a chance to start war work .at Camp Knox which as. soon as the soldiers-arriveIs figured about November 15. This camp will be the. largest' of its kind In the 'entire country; as ibarrabks are being built for 60,000 men and Secretary Frank McDonofficers. nell, of Philadelphia, who has been in .charge of the auditorium at Camp Taylor, will direct the work at the new. camp and Is well qualified for the big Job The Knights of Columbus auditorium .on the Poplor Level road has been the scene, pf many supper parties during the past week, soldier wives and friends bringing lunoh to take the evening meal with their men in the officers' training school. , e economic eeneession. OAMPBBLL TRILLIONS. the plea and adds: "The Digest's point is as prleets are well taken. concerned, suek sMght Increase In their eahrie a hae (in some been made -- within the past year or 'two. is IneeuslderaWe when, compared with the increased cost of liviag during ttie same periodrin every branch of onvmereeaiHl industry wages have notably ad- -' vanoed; 'the- pew la .talcing' mor moaey and juattee demaada'that the pulpit should reeeive more: Iaothe case of priests 1 charge of populous pafflahes, an Increase of ealary means greater effieiemy and a wider The Ave Maria Joins ia dio-ceoe- value;"' It isnow'.'practicalfy' certain that the hotly contested Campbell will finally be ueedIn accordance with the designs of'thelr late possessor. Judge Oareeche, of the court at St. Louis. rhae rendered the' final deolekm In fayor of the defendants of the will of James Campbell,-- which. Ultimately establishes the sixteen millions as an. endowment of.- St. Louis' University. rnlH-lons QURKR BRllOR. "May" he roast in peave" may be all "right In an obituary notiee of error brought a dwmags suit to the Kaiser, tot the-'- , typographical exercise of bnvolenee." ,, Journal ht New York, with the friends of the deceased plaintiffs. a of In their community. It Is worthy Only recently tho manhood America gathered at the- call of tho of our best united efforts as CathPresident and thirteen million sig- olics and as Americans. nified their readiness to lay down JUST FOR TODAY., their lives on the altar of human concluding a Lord, for tomorrow and its needs right. We are just I do not pray; united action that means that America will furnish funds to carry Keep me, my Lord, from stain of ein on the battle tor peace and justice. Just for today. Men and money are absolute neces- Let me both diligently work sities of war. They are compleAnd duly pray;. mentary, useless each without the Let me be kind in word and deed We are all on tho. firing other. ,. ' . Just, for, today.) line. , It would be treason jfor any Let mejbe (Slaw.jjftidrii.myv'wlllrfs 1"1' man to stand with' folded" arms and Prompt to, obey; Indifferently observe the battle. The Help me to mortify my flesh souls of our sacrificed sons are apJust for today. pealing to each Individual con- Let me no wrong or idle word science. Their obligation was no Unthinking say; greater than oUrs, but they have Set Thou a .seal upon my lips given their all. All that our GovJust for today. ernment asks of us this present Let me in season, Lord, be grave, plea is that we "'lend as they fight." In season gay; One thing more r6matns to bo Let me be faithful to Thy grace done, declares the Catholic Herald.J Just for today. We are sending our boys across the And If today my earthly life sea to fight a good fight. Wo are Should ebb away, equipping them with the necessary Give me Thy sacraments divine, accoutrements of war. Wo must Sweet Lord, today. not stop at that. There is a debt In purgatory's cleansing fires that we owe them that wo dare not Brief be my stay; shirk. At tho very outset of the Oh bid me, if today I die, war our Government saw the debt Go home today. and ha3 done all In its power to So, for tomdrrow and its needs pay. We mean tho conservation of I do not pray, the morals of our soldiers. Our But keep mo, guide me, love me, Government has recognized several Lord, organizations and given to them Just for today. every facility to do their work. Cardinal Newman. Officials In army and navy have done everything In human flower to safeguard the boys that are fighting. It Is no exaggeration to say that no government in all history ever more conscientiously protected her soldiers and sailors. Tho organizations entrusted with this work are preparing a campaign to raise funds. With the hearty approval of the President and his. Secretary of War they are going to ask the people of America to glvo them money. -; k$ This is not an appeal for Catholic boys alono or for Catholic interests. It is an appeal io all Americans. In this work wo have laid aside all lines of denomiuatlpn, we are only clean Americans who are going to see to it that tho American soldier Is kept absolutely clean if it be humanly possible. We have read baaaaaLH glowing reports from the battlefields of France and see In them valor and victory. The fields of Flanders are being drenched with Ame'rican blood. While we may with proper pride exult in the continuing trlumnh of American arms we must- not' forget those that are paying the price m blood and tears. The boys that are fighting so spleh- amty are appealing to us. Many of tnem have fallen In battle. Thousands bt boys wMoT a few short months' ago were strong anil vigorous are now' dead. They have txw. made the supreme sacrifice for huti. J. MADDEN, man liberty. Their bodies rest in the" tender embrace of French soil, Twin City Leaguer Now, Captain In but could their souls speak to us United States Army. they wduld appeal for the brother that they haVe left behind. Each JILS8 UNDER FLAG. drop of blood,( each wound that they have borne is a eall to us. "Greater The presence of so many Catholic love hath Mo' inan tHan this that fie States soldiers from the United lay' down his lif for his friend:" Theya've laid 'down their lives for frankly professing and practicing '' their religion has not been without humanity, for us. We are saying these fhlngff vto effect both on the authorities and every American, but as a Catholic civilians' of Franee. The French papier ye say them in particular to were not' aware, they are often Oatfeoltfc Americans. Our Catholic heard to say," that there were ''ep people, have" dene their: part 1b' many of the good Catholics in that has gone to win tfie America." Anil they hare' had wwr. They have given "their man- their little laugh over"the affair hood 'as oheerfally and' generously of that Irish Colonel" who had mass a any class. They have contributed offered for his regiment in a' pitollc of their "material "means to1 flnaride square In defiance of governmental our national efforts. They have proscriptions. When he announced done It not as Catholics, but as good tue mass, as the story 'goes, he' was It 'could ''not Americans. They dare not be re- politely Informed creant to this call. The, Oatholle possibly be celebrated .so puWIcly; War Activities' through the Knights whereupon he ordered' the1' regiof Columbus Is working to the end mental flag to be unfurled, 'remarkthat Catholics may do their full ing that wherever the Stars and share. We urge our, readers to get Stripes floated there was freedom of " In toiMfe with the officials in charge worship. - GEN. SEMONOFF. Famous Cossack leader commanding the Czechoslovaks against the service. Bolshevik! on the Slbernlan front. EPIDEMIC VICTIMS. the Influenza epidemic hero has been gotten under control, there were many Catholic deatna therefrom Bince our last Issue. The ban on public gatherings may be raised today and churches, schools and other public places opened under tho conditions that prevailed Following is before the epidemic. a partial list of those who have succumbed and for whom many prayers ascend that their souls may rest in peace: Mrs. Man' Zeller, aged twenty- seven, wife of Herman Zeller, 029 East Breckinridge. William H. Pulford, twenty- eight years old, husband of Jda Puirord, 2409 west Mamson.Mrs. Theresa Napier, thirty-eigh- t, wife of Henry Napier, 325 North Eighteenth. Joseph Brown, aged twenty-onsou of James E. Brown, Highland Park fifty-fivMiS3 Mary Purcoll, aged who resided at the Visitation ThottKh - ing at the Algiers naval station, near New Orleans, Is being made ready for the formal opening. The council at St. Mary's, Kan., is planning for an active winter. The "Everybody Welcome" sign will be hung over tho door' for Unele. ; Sam's .boys. For each of the 108 stars in its service flag Price Hill Council; Cincinnati, subscribed a $2001 Fourth; Liberty loan bond surely a ' telling' message to Its member's ' in jf.the " T A1JOUT THE SAINTS. ni c. ginal purity. St. Cecilia is the patron of St. Joseph is the patronal saint of the United States. St. Agnes is the patron of virmu- St. Brlgid, the Mary of Ireland,, unl- was founder of the present verslty system of education. St. Rita Is the "saint of the impossible." St. Alphonse becamo jHeHaaHlf' aHaLI iHaaaP';aaaH Hr vjjf ; - Wtf jHHBL m aA- -- Cecilia Poppe, aged twenty-thre- e, HINTS ON STYLE. wife of John Poppe, Mayer avenue. Agnes Riley, thirty-fou- r, wife of Velours are the most desired coat John Riley, 725 South Twenty-firs- t. Mary Ann Schoenbachler, 324 fabrics. Dresses of South 'Jackson, widow of Charles with beads. navy voile are trimmed Schoenbachler. Gabardine Frank J. Seng; husband of Mary narrow strips frocks are belted with of suede. Seng,-- 1014 Gose avenue. son or. Velveteens and velours are tho Norbert Such, Jacpb and Lula Stlch, St. Matthews. fahrics chosen by women. Anna P, Stoltz, aged five, daughChiffon evening gowns are absotwo-year-o- ia St. Theresa used to offer herself to God fifty times a day. St. Thomas Aquinas is the special patron of chastity and learning. St. Benedict is the patriarch of the Western Monk. The first American saint, St. Rosa of Lima (died 1617), is commemorated August 30. St. Francis de Sales, Bishop of Annecy, has been called the "most charitable of saints." St. Thomas teaches that every, act of love to God merits a degree pf eternal glory. Home. apostle of St. Patrick is the Catherine Fallahay, twenty-eigh- t, Ireland. 1922 wife of Martin Fallahay, St. Charles Borromeo originated Bank. the Sunday-schoo- l. Bridget Gilmore, aged fifty, wife was Governor of St. Ambrose of John Gilmore, 1332 South Eigh- Milan when he was .baptized and teenth. made Bishop of that city. Laffoy, son of Bridget William J. St. Augustine, the great English and the late Michael Laffey, 4423 missionary, only completed eight West Market. years of evangelical work in 'Britain. thirty-fou- r, -Anna May Smith, t. Bede of all tho treated wife of Robert Smith, 1815 Duncan. sciences and every branch of literayears ture in his numerous books. Julia May SChnepp. five old, daughter of Harry and Julia St. Augustine of Hippo and St Schnepp, 222G West Main. Thomas Aquinas were tho greatest aged twelve, minds given to the church since the Kathryn Adams, daughter of William and Kathryn days of the Apostles. Adams, 1922 Pennsylvania avenue. e, e, at the age of sixteen. an LL. D. ig NHXT YRAR. about-- the holding of a Coasietory before Christmas for the creation of sew Ordinals, but upon good authority It. is "safe to say there is no probability of one being held tat Rumors nave' bees eiroulatlng uatll the new year. Miss Mary Holtevert. daugnter ot the late Bernard and, Anna M. Holtevert, 2312 West Jefferson. .T.ewiA w: Hunt, six vears old. son of Walter- 1iJ and "Ida Huni;. 1725 Baird. Conclatlno Corso, aged fifteen, daughter of Andrew "Corso, 538 West Market. sixty-siHammon, Barbara widow of Charles Hammon, 1035 Adair avenue. Thomas H. Bernarder aged thirty- six., hueoand of Rosa Bernarde, Preston-streroad. Jennie IB. Gnau, daughter of Mary Gnau, 124 North Adams. . (Continued on Fifth Page.) x, et Eighth.. 715 West Hill. Andrew B. Weldekamp, sixty- nine, husband of Josephine Weide-kwm222 South Hancock. nus- James Gibson, t&my-tnre1758 band of Margaret Gibson, Boiling. wmow Emma Halblelb.-- fKty-flv- e. of Edward Halblelb, 517 South p, e, ter of Paul and Catherine Stoltz, lutely without trimming. One-piece Wide tucks are. seen on the ekirts of the Paris dresses. dresses show plain flat backs with the fronts trimmed. Shoes and hate should harmonize If a costume is to be successful. Flowered cretonnes, make attractive odd waistcoats and smocks. White lawn and lingerie collars are' very charming on linen froeks. The latest boudoir caps "are 'tnade of organdie and scalloped daintily. Gray squirrel is worn on .every occasion and on every type of eos? turae. Black is being worn for "after noons iby some of the mest fashionable women. here Is a glint of metal In all the embroidery whiea le put on every kind of fabric. Touches of artillery red are ea tremely-smar'treated as a tonie to frocks, waists mi coats. SkirU show a desirable trie- widening at the hips to offset the narrowness, at. the ankles; t, -- d 1 fev, . J; -- "i . tsv- - ;nt Qas Company should be allowed to ratloD the gas this coming winter, and (f necessary make up the deficit by the use or artificial gas. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ' Trin crranrleranrl "nlavn . and - fitcrli. . Wed to the Sod.l and . Moral Adv.ncement ol ! Irish! Americas nad. C.thoBc. nwuumnh i..c.si vi , fc.0 ii,iw,u. . Tf tOnicially indorsed oy Anaeni utuci i ihuwukub. vuu6 ers" in the City Hall will not be of Knights of America. Institute and Catholic much comfort when the pinch KENTUCKY- - IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Incorporated. Publishers comes. KENTUCKY IRISH ... flMERKM ....! 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Stanley, Congressman Sher-leJudge Gordon, Sam Robertson, Displayed in the Windows Are The Kentucky Irish American and tho Democratic ticket in the subwould call tho attention of its Shoes For All Occasions and to election to be held next Tuesday, I if la scribers and readers to note the and thus demonstrate our AmericanMeet Every Requirement. regulations of the War Industries ism' and cbnfldence in President Board, for the violation of which Wilson and tho Government. The I 11 fir men we advocate are all of excellent 1 there Is a severe penalty: tiKin mihlloVior mnv nnrlnun Bllb' character and their fitness for the ror which they aspire is un- SHOES FOR after three months after P'acos "H questionable. Clean, honorablo and of expiration of subscriptions progressive, thoy date' WOMEN have been Identiunless subscriptions are renewed fied closely with all tho public NEVER CAME and paid for. A sworn statement movements that have from tlmo to TO US IN A will be requested from each pub- time been undertaken for the public 4 lisher on November 1, as to how welfare municipal, State and naGREATER many subscribers have failed to tional. But above all they are loyal, VARIETY OF observe the law." true blue, Uncle Sam Americans, refrained such as all loyal American citizens heretofore We have SMART STYLES. from dunning .thoso who are behind will be glad to greet, and such as The illustration correctly portrays just one style. Many others in hoping our returning fighting forces" will with their subscriptions, ivuwj a niuuun they would remit before this law bo glad to shake hands with. Lot the splendid loyal work of the city would apply to them. Prices have be now crowned with tho election. greatly Increased in all things that Remember that a vote for the pertain to the newspaper business, Democratic ticket will be a vote for COLLECTION OF BE LLQ AND CANDELABRAS STOLEN BY THE GERMANS. Aa cllec',on of bells candelabras and crubifixes rifled from while the subscription price has re- our soldier and sailor boys now on the churches of France and about to bo POURTHAVENU? W ir- snipped to Berlin, found in a encampment French. A number of German helmained unchanged. Now we are thbv battlo lines. The only way to mets are shown, left behind by their German In their groat by advancingaway. owners haste to get assure the prosecution of tho war forced to take this step, and there- to victory is to cast your ballot for fore appeal to our subscribers to be tho supporters of Woodrow Wilson that it opposes the interference of announced it is expected that wo will again have gone over tho top. HOLLENBACH'S WINS HOUSH ) THE PHTL. HOLLEN1AOH OO. prompt and enable us to comply and tho American Government. any church in politics and wilflght Our message will give courage and to Its utmost for the separation of with tho law without losing their Therefore wo hold it the duty of Church and State. Our old A. strength to the boys who are with Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop; INCOKPORAm P. A. every man to vote for Stanley, Sher-letho flag In Franco and fighting support. (brothers seem to be asleep at tho their country's .battle. Gordon, Robertson and the Importer and Dealer in Distillers Of switch during the present campaign, Tho quota for Louisville and Jefticket upon which the President TREAT SOLDIERS AJJKE. as Baptist ministers are occupying Entire Nation Is Rettdy For Next ferson county is $577,985. This is WINES OLD FORTTJNA SOUR HASH AND LIQUORS tho largest amount ever sought In tho front pages dally telling of their Week's Big War Work It can not be too strongly Insubscriptions from the city and political preferences and a conven - Drive. "HOLLKNBACH 144 South Third Street sisted on that the appeal for war county. PURS RYB In order to get this huge FRUITLESS DISCUSSIONS. tion of Baptist ministers went on sum, every available force has been Home Phone 1101 funds to be made this month Is IioalsvUle, Xy. KM W. Mais St. organized. There are twenty-thre- e It is becoming moro evident overy record In Indorsing a Senatorial distinctively American. It is for divisions In tho organization, each our American soldiers on American day that no tangible result will .candidate. What a howl would with a Chairman. These divisions como from Germany's peaco feelers, have gone up If a gathering of National Headquarters Outlines tho are as follows: lines and with an American unity Need For Oversubscribe Ten divisions of men, including of action. From the beginning We agree with tho True Voice that .Catholic prie'sts or laymen would 410 workers, who will solicit by terlug Quota. .the Knights of Columbus, repre it seemed that President Wilson's have even whispered politics. ritorial assignment the business dissenting the' Catholics of America, reply to Solf'a note had put an end trict. SENSITIVE. to peace talk. But Germany has have Insisted on this idea. They Ten divisions of women, including objected, to anything that would come back with still another note 410 workers, who will solicit by Tho young lady who writes New Yorkers Who Will Solicit the territorial assignment tho resieven approximate want of unity in which may be taken to mean almost about wearing buttons dential section of the city. Millions Allotted Tliat was suggested that anything or nothing. It seems to and flags is altogether too, sensitive aetlon. When It One division of colored men and the different organizations engaged be the purpose .of her statesmen to Neither her nor her good father Mf- women, including 100 workers, who separate drives continue the dlsjeueelon as long as could under any circumstances be Will solicit" bv territorial jtfJrtwM ia the work have asslen. f x" tnent the colored people of the city. for funds the Knights, of Columbus possible in. the hope that some com- included among those referred to One main county division with promptly and strenuously objected. mon ground may be found for in- as loan slackers. Never will venge-- . WILL INCLUDE ALL CLASSES. four including about Such a division would spell discord. augurating real peaco negotiations. ful eyes follow either father zuu worners, who will solicit all or On the other hand the sentiment In prospects in the county except those It would Inject sectarianism into daughter, whoso example stamps who by reason of business interests work that knows no distinction of allied countries is becoming more them "true blue." That "outward The organization that is to raise are more closely related to the city. race, color or creed. The Knights pronounced against any bargaining show" alone should suffice Is inOne 'factories' were 'working for Americans and with Germany at this time. It is deed a wobbly foundation for love $170,500,000 for the boys hero and team from eachdivision with a manufacturing abroad November 11 to 18 in the plant in the city, including about peace approaches are of country. of felt that the wanted nothing that savored KyT Miss Nell may rest as- United War Work Campaign is now 400 workers, who will solicit only In this they wore Insincere and only a screen for ul- sured that only those who can and virtually complete in every army de- men and women In the factories. supported by the President, tho terior purposes of war. don't buy will feel the sting they partment, State and county. This The boys and girls of the city aro -- Secretary of War and the Commis- Frankly we do not see that any bring upon themselves. Her patri announcement was made at tho also organized to solicit only boys slon on Training Activities. Tho good can come from exchanges of otic and loyal words breathe the Headquarters of the United War and girls. .Hancock, and his sister, Miss Evelyn This scheme of organization will President definitely decided in favor views at this stage of the war. Tho true American spirit, which tho Work Council in New York City oi jjouisvnio, wore week-en- d ?give approximately 2,000 workers, of one drive, and one drlvo there allies arc convinced that Germany Is Kentucky Irish American would on Tuesday. A total of almost Xeuests of their brothers, Messrs. I representing every Interest in tho 0,000,000 posters drawn toy many 'tJsyStLmi I JHarry and John J. King, in Frank- will be. All our soldiers must be defeated and their terms will neces make widespread and strong. of tho country's leading artists are city and couat treated alike. They are all fight- sarily bo thoso imposed by a vicnow In shipment to every staff. Germany, .however, ing under a common flag and for a torious power. These Teminders of duty of giving FRENCH BISHOP SPEAKS. AN AWFUL CRIME (?) Adittle girl arrived this week at to help keep up the morale of the common sacred course. To inject Beems to want to bo treated on the homo of Lieut. Harold Elarth ,i wo,, tt.. .Atioooa pn.hih fighting men will soon go up In "France will accept only unconOne of our d dis- terms of equality not as a condistinction because of creed Is Bardstown Mrs. practically every city and hamlet ditional surrender from Germany, ton visited" relatives at Springfleld ?? a daughter of road. GeorgeElarth Is Mclocated in the southeastern Dr. loyal and wo will have none of It. quered power. While these views In tho country. Besides a general for this war must not be reopened last week Crann, a former Louisville resident, . of tho city went posthaste to campaign in every community there Our Catholic people must be im- prevail there can be no hope of in a decade or a century for our guest. Miss "OH OI uman- aMiss Grace Carrfs pressed with this idea. A spirit of peace. The views are irreconcilable tho authorities last week, reporting will be special drives in various In" children or our children's children Irene Heck, has returned to her. that .an awful crime was being per- dustrles, among the hoys and girls, to face." bigotry or narrowness should have and no amount of discussion will The Sarto Literary Club, that was to have held a meeting at tho home petrated In his neighborhood hun- tn tne colleges and universities, in The Right Rev. Monsignor Eucene home at Cannelton. no place In any American mind, but be likely to change them. It will tho rural districts, in the army and Louis Julien, (Bishop of Arras, half of Catholics navy camps, in various churches, M. A. Hill, R. Mnton, K. Mackey of Mrs. Edward J. Hackett, New moro than the defoats which dreds and hundreds above all Is it foreign to tho Cathrose in his chair as he spoke Albany, announces an and olic American. Our IPrcsldent has German arms have suffered in the were going in a nearby church to among Americans abroad and in tho his soft gray eyes lighted with and "Blo W. Neville were Louisville neo- - postponement on account Indefinite deof the in Now York City the past week. pray and meditate and seemed not Insular possessions and among the termination. Around him, in the showp tho way. In this, as In all past few months to bring home to health regulations. negroes. Vanderbllt Hotel, New York, other things that make for devotion to German statesmen that uncondition to fear influenza. And the poor old spent last Miss Ruby Despain the Y. M. C. A., Mr. and Mrs. Barney Campbell, our beloved country, the Catholio al surrender is the only alternative bigot is still wondering why he has Is John R. Mott, of of the campaign priests of France tho Right Jtov. week with her parents, Mr. and Director General Monsignor Baudriilart, rector of the Jr., word of tho people will loyally follow his way. to completo destruction for them. a hard time getting worshipers when and Chairman Mrs. Henry Despain, at New Haven. safe have received of the Executive Catholic University at Paris; arrival overseas of Corp. Harry the Committee. They know full well that they have conditions are normal. Other members of the Very Rev. Vicar General Guille-mou- t, C. and Thomas M. Keyer, members Miss Hortense Twyman, of Cov- of the 138th Field Artillery, forcommittee with the organizations WHERE TO STAND. of Arras; tho Rev. Abbo Felix lost the war; but thoy know also thoy represent are George W. Klein, chaplain of tho American ington, is hero on a visit as tho merly the old First Kentucky. MONEY I'ALUE that they can Btlll fight a bitter war During Its entire history the Perkins, Y. M. C. A.; Miss Mabel Ambulance at Neullly, and tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wo expect them to Money Is of value only for what Cratty, Y. W. C. A.; John C. Agar, Abbo Patrice Kentucky Irish American has been of defense. Flynn nodded apMiss Mary Pearl Durbin 'and choose a war of defense rather than it can buy. It is useless to work National Catholic War Council and proval. It was suggested to BlshoD John J. Klme, a popular young the uncompromising foe and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greenwell couplo of New Albany, were only terms the allies to save It if it IS to be seized by Knights of Columbus; Mortimer L. Julien that pdssibly tho French united to guard against The Bubmlt to the Schlff, Jewish Welfare Board; H. S. to a had as their guest tho past week in marriage Tuesday morning at a foreign enemy as a war indem- Brancher, War Camp Community Government would consent but he Miss Cellie Greenwell, spread of any sinister propaganda In can grant at this tlmo. of New Holy Trinity peace on less drastic terms, church, the Rev. No doubt President Wilson will nity. The savings of the Belgians sorvlce; Frank P. Hill, American answered: Haven. this land of refuge from Father Curran performing the cere confer fully and freely with the wore no proteotion against the ruth- Library Association, and Col. Will-lamony. "No, it Is not possible. Even if the anchronisms and tyrannies of Dudley McCloy, who was here for Peart, Salvation Army. the political leaders "would agree to the other continents of the world. statesmen of tho allied nations be- less invader. Today tho best and The campaign in New York City, It, the soldiers would keop on fight- a visit t'o his mother, Mrs. L. McP. J. Higgins, 815 Oldham street, fore sending any reply to the latest the only place for our savings 13 with a quota of $35,000,000, is ing. This mighty republic was dedicated to has received word from his son, Once and for all this must Cloy, In Clifton, has returned note of Germany. We must stand treasury of our country. Liberty headed by John D. iRockefeller, Jr. end I Our children must be flee. Lexington. the to tho proposition that was made William J. Higgins, telling of his Among thirty team captains, who Ho spoke with smiles then of the Jiafe arrival overseas. He the basis of the Declaration of In with these nations in any peace that bonds are not only the best invest are Mrs. J. T. Sweeney, of Chicago. merly stationed at "Camp was forimme- gaiety of the American soldiers who. under Mr, Rockefeller's we make. We are not alone to be ment; they are the bulwark to pro Shelby, dependence "All men are created diate direction and will actually had helped reclaim for France h 13 visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jack Miss., with tho 138th equal." Upon tho solid rock or our considered in making terms. France tect our very civilization. Latfan, and Mr. Laffan in Bel- - Artillery. He was among the Field solicit the millions allotted to New diocese. But he did not call th first and Great Britain and Italy, which York, are Nicholas F. Brady, "the" American soldiers; it was gravla Court. splendid constitution we Louisville boys to enlist during the have have made such heavy sacrifices in Profanity is a confession of weak- Charles A, Coffin, William Fox, "our" American soldiers, and he bullded the structure of a nation Cary McDevltt, son of Mr. and trouble with Mexico. George M. Cohan, Edward Shark-nes- added: thewar, must have that incomparably surpasses all fixing peace terms. a large share in ness of character and unworthy he Mrs. William McDeyitt, who was Mrs. Henry J. P. "They are one with us. We Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Taylc-xWere we to who claims to be a Christian. Un- Morgan, Morgan Morgenthau, Percy ethers known to history In its pro- attempt J. O'Brien, merely of accidentally shot two weeks ago. is Jr., of Chicago, came to the city to to continue the present dis derstand that nothing is gained in A. Rockefeller, Samuel Sacks, Jacob know not troops; the b'ravery visions for human welfare and hapwe know their nlP1(lly recovering. American visit Mr. Taylor's and' father of piness. We have deemed it a duty cussion without their full sanction, tho estimation of others by cursing H. scnirr, Mrs. iFelix m. Warburg, sympathy, their appreciation mother, Mr. and Mts. According to news just received Taylor, 238 East .CollegeCharles , F. Germany would have achieved more or vile words. General George W. wnat was before they came to us. street, and S - of patriotism and of humanity than a victory In the field by sep relatives Austin Higgins and to be with his brother, Sergt. Cary Wickersham and Mrs. Charles S. And the. children love them therefore to defend and guard these arating Whitman, wife of the Governor. Frenchmen are proud to fight be- Sergeant W. F. Hemming have ar B. Taylor. Charles F. Taylor, Jr., the powers' ranged against The United War Work campaign rived safely overseas. If the enemy should accept an side prclous heritages handed down to returned to Chicago and Mrs. Tayher. No matter what the President will demonstrate who are. the real armistice on Allied terms, it is think,Americans, and Americans, we lor will remain here for another feel something of the same (by the Fathers of the Republic, pa- pointed out here, the need for work spirit toward us. has said about general peace prin patriots, Clarence Besten, who has been in week. the I recall when from the innovations and revolu- ciples nine months ago, these must and service of the se.ven organiza- making a tour to administer the naval training at Penaacola,- - Fla triots. It is the acid test of true tionary designs of those seeking to be tions in the drive wldl he even more sacrament of confirmation in our Is visiting his father, Henry Besten, Misses Mary Winn' and Ellzaboth accommodated to conditions loyalty. necessary than If hostilities are diocese that an American Colonel on Cherokee parkway. Winn, two charming daughters of disturb them, and substituting for which have arisen since that time. continued. Indeed the necessity in heard of it. He was not a Catholic, Col. Matt Winn, of Louisville, who them the Utopian dreams or The four great powers now united You ean pray for the poor souls any event, In yletr of greatly but he asked would I not like the Private W. O. (Bud) O'Brien, have been in and about New schemes of theorists either of this against Germany must make peace at home If there are no services In enlarged American armythe navy regimental band to accompany me. who was 111 at Fort Oglesthorpe, Is City for the past two menths, York and left er of foreign oountrieB. We have together on terms that are satisfac- the churches or the "eemeterles. programme now In effect, is for a It touched me greatly. As with the now out again, recovering quickly last week for Baltimore, where they large oversubscription to the fund. soldiers, so with the civilians that from bis attack of influenza. Joined their father, who is the genpreferred to hold fast to that which tory to all when the time for peace eral manager of Laurel race track. we know to be good rather than &tand by Wilson and our boys The President, has Just approved Dr. I met. I know what the Knights comes. we must not Meanwhile Mott's personal appeal of the united The many friends of Miss Tlllle They will be the guests of Senator to fritter away the substantial presume to over there by voting for gtanley and agencies for an oversubscription. of Columbus are doing for our troops how they care for the Cuniff will be sorry to learn that and Mrs. Johnson while there. formulate peaee terms things we have and enjoy In grasp-in- g for The total sum actually required is wounded, write letters home there is no improvement ia her con ourselves. If America attempted Sherley next .Tuesday, 7250.000,000. for the shadows projected be to make a separate peaee, we would administer a thousand comforts. I dition and she is still seriously ill. VOTE FOR KLINO. All indications are that, without have seen, too. the high religious RICHARD HILL PROMOTBD. fore our vision by deserve the seorn of the whole regard to race, jcreed or color, the spirit of American soldiers. They Ben W. Kllng (s the people's canLouis Scherry, who underwent a philosophers of em- world. We must now stand by the ami would-b- e Richard A. Hill, formerly with the country is preparing to back tho have tokl me that they feel at home successful operation at Sts. Mary didate for the Board of Bducation piricism. nations that made victory possible Consolidated City Tleket Office here, drive. Even Perto Rico, though in France and assuredly we want and Blisabeth Hospital, le, now con- next Tuesday, his candidacy being America today Is the hope of nor us. UnKed we stand; divided has been appointed service passenger suffering from a series of earth- France to feel like home to them. valescing at his home, 1606 South a move to bring the board back to the common .people, and in these mankind. It Is to America ,theold we fall, la peace discuesions and In agent of the Illinois Central, with quakes, cables it is ready for the Our Ameriean troops are exemplars Seventh street. headquarters in Louisville. He will campaign. Thirteen thousand Porto for us all." days of fighting to make the world world to now turning to learn the the field. " cover Kentucky and AlsaoerLor-rainTennessee Rioan victory boys, the cable adds, When asked about Miss Florence Casein has returned safe for democracy election of elements of democratic government. Bishop Julien said: "Of from a visit to Mies Katherlae Mr. Kltag would the the proper point, and succeeds R. H.. Fowler, are organised to hack np an equal be who now represents the American number of fighting men through the course nthose provinces must come Bullelt at the home of her parents, step. No office in the gift of our Government may conn And that RATION TUB QAM. Railway Companies at Stithton. His united campaign back to France. Why question it? Mr. and Mrs, Walter Btriiett, Stiver people should he delegated to the . tinue successful and our boys return the many Louisville friends .would like Louisville and Kontucky voice of a few. who autocratically The Louisville public are unani- - to see him bead of the big railway been thoroughly organised for have They must be redeemed, and Ger Hills, New Albany, victorious from the treat European this many must pay for tne devastation say who can become a candidate for eonflict we Arould ure, without j w" In the opinion that the local system. drive, and wnen the totals are I she has wrought In France.", Lieut. H. Clay King, of Camp our Board of Bducation. & BOSTON J F A&iW A i SBwSKSSSSgfe M'tml 4SjSnPK TOGETHER i J t fft9ffesjeaX y, BE SURE TO CALL FOR ly McKENNA -- -- '? . WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, XfVjl'JP ., t- Ttt-mg- , V narrow-minde- re-qui- ro God-giv- en m s, , ng ad pseudo-tatetne- n . e, I fj JCESPXiSOHCY KEYSTONERS (Continued Prom First Page.) citizens to find where Gray street was. How is that?" The Louisville man laughed heartily and said: IRISH A.1S&E1QLTGAJS:. serious situation in surrounding territory, from which visitors to theaters and other gatherings would FAMILY PATRON SAINTS. APPALLING. Our "That is easily explained. present force is composed of and conductors and they are all recruited from the sticks." l"ho traveling man said: "Me for different Information bureaus in t!f) future." A call from First and Broadway recently brought a Keystone Sergeant and assistants to hear the complaints of a woman whose house was robbed. "The Sergeant after using tho regular questions which he, read out of a Nick Carter book then asked the lady if she sus The lady replied pected anyone. that she believed a motorman who boarded at the house was the artist. The Sergeant "with a rejoinder then asked about what The time the robbery occurred. lady said about 11 o'clock. The Keystono Sergeant then came back at her exultantly, saying with the air of one making an Important discovery: "Lady, your surmise is Impossible; there are no motor-men- 's runs that would leave him off at that time. I used to bo a motorman myself." Scoro one for our shrewd Keystoner sleuth. The feature of the weekly performance of tho comedy police was the star act of Patrolman McGruder McNlchols, their and Patrolman comedy performance deserving a place with the headliners. These two became involved in an argument while patrolling their boat. Some say that tho row started over the question which was the most successful stylo of farming, the plain old agricultural stylo or the llght-Qngored occurred to the revolutionists that they might 'the celebration with profit to themselves. They did It last year, and Father Sugranes tells how they worked it: "They had big posters printed announcing tho great feast. Programmes were sent broadcast giving minute Information concerning tho services in honor of St. Francis. They told the people that tho holy sacrifice of tho mass would bo celebrated. The people wero eager to hear mass, which had not been celebrated for two years, and they came to Magdalena by thousands. But no priests were allowed to celebrate the mass. The visitors and pilgrims wero greatly disappointed, but in fulfilment of their vows and promises thoy left their offerings, performed their private devotions and returned to their homes with heavy hearts." According to reports, the promoters collected $100,000. RIIEIMS IN RUINS. The stately towers of tho Rhelms Cathedral stood out proudly, despite d their scare, against tho autumn sky on the evening of October 15 free once more. To the eastward tho Americans and French still sweated midst tho dust and toll of battle, in one of tho most dramatic movements of the war, which has liberated the martyr city. The task, assigned to a famous American division, meant a blow which even the Allies viewed America's as extremely difficult. arm was swung back. Tno diow fell and tho line crumbled. The last shells fell upon Rheims on Friday, after which tho Germans retired over the hills to save the cuns that fired the parting shots, one of which hit the Cathedral. "The crash of it," said an to this last blow of brutal myriad-coloreoyo-wltne- ss come. (Continued From Third Page.) Clarence Noble, aged sixty, hus of Ella Keenan Noble, 119 South Thirteenth. twenty-flvCharles Perranda, husband of Irene Perranda, 364 Twenty-sixtNorth Mary Catheflno Relnhart, aged twenty, daughter of George and Mary Relnhart, 2119 Rowan. t, Mrs. Mary Staeuble, mother of Rev. Father Otto and wife of J. H. Staeuble, 1122 East Breckinridge. 921 J. Pink Cuneo, sixty-twSouth First. Joseph H. DeForrestor, son 'of Lena and tho late Marcus DoFor-reste- r, 1716 West Oak. Clarence H. Phillips, aged six teen, son of Mary and tho late Thomas Phillips, 620 Lyon street Miss Mary S. Smith, daughter of John and Mahally Smith, 733 East Kentucky. Miss Mary C. Rattorman, twenty-tw- o years old, daughter of August Ratterman, Westport road. band e, h, forty-eigho, MAP OF ALLIES' GAIN ON WHOLE FRONT FROM THE NORTH SEA TO VERDUN. Evacuation of Belgium at A by German armies seems to bo entering its Anal stage. Farther south the Americans and British are six miles east of JJoual. The insert is tho latest photo of Albert, the fighting iving ui xue .ueigiuus, wuu icu uih uimius in mo last arive. WATTERSON APPROVES. The following Interesting extract, translated from 'the Gaelic, was found among the papera of a cultured Irish Catholic lady who died In New York: Many of the old clans, patriarchal races and ancient Catholic families of Ireland have cherished a traditional devotion to certain local saints who have been regarded from time to time immemorial as their patrons. Subjoined is a list of some of the Irish families who thus are clients of the saints invoked in this litany. There are many other Irish families, clans, towns and localities who Invoke the natronace of other illustrious local saints, whose names do not occur in tnis litany or diocesan saints, to winch tho Hollowing list Is confined is natron St. Malachi of the O'Dohertys, O'Reillys, McCanns, O'Neils, Nugents, O'Ferralls, Maguires, McKcnnas. St. Lawrence, of tho O'Tooles and Purcells. St. Kevin, of the Kllbrides, O'Brynes and Murrays. St. Albert, of the CuUens, Ryans and Bennetts. St. Jarlath, of the Moores and -, I Mary Detchen, aged forty-sevewife of Charles F. Detchen, 2613 West Broadway, at Sts. Mary and n, THjp ii... m ii I j mm-- -ja MMMMgWMMMM : Divisions 4 and 3, A. O. H., called off their meetings this this month tho church calls our at- cause of the influenza week beepidemic. tention to the suffering which mill- Members should keep their dues JBMa iiHfffii?V'' BBBHBMflffBBWBHff HES Sw"8& wfeaKEfi, BBflk Br Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ryan, of li742 ions most paid up and can send them to the of souls, including Wilson avenue, New Albany, have Financial No one received word of the death of their probably those of our own relatives should fall Secretaries. in arrears, especially son. Private Leo J. Ryan, a member and friends, are undergoing in tho during the prevalence of the inof tho Thirteenth Company, A. A. prison house of purgatory; and by fluenza plague. R. D., who succumbed to pneumonia a feast, with which she Introduces In a French hospital. At tho same the month, she reminds us of the ADDS GOLD STAR. time they received a letter from an- only way of escaping a long purgaby son, John Dewey Ryan, also tory for ourselves namoly other At St. Augustine's church in in France, saying that he was sanctity. Tho church only asks us wounded in tho leg. Still two other to do for God what our civil su Joffersonvllle a gold star has been sons are In the service "over thero," periors vask lin to do for country; do- added .to tho servlco flaE for John HOW TANKS KEEP IN TOU OH WITH HEADQUARTERS. years old, ing this our sanctity and salvation ,?,-- K1J2' GENERATES ELECTRICITY FOR HUN WIRELESS. Tank commander far afield in. attack reporting to his headquarters Harry Ryan, twenty-eig'n France September 12. He a former Louisville fireman, now a will bo assured. by carrier pigeon. stronger ap was a son of Mr. and Mrs. John An ingenious apparatus used by the Huns to generate electricity for or Company K, 155th InNever before wero member their wireless in the trenches. Tho machine was captured in the last fantry, and Michael Ryan, eighteen, peals made to the people by the Kerberg. Thirty-eight- h drive. Field Ar- heads of nearly every civilized nalatter-da- y scientific farming, both force at 'the Inanimate product of with the FATHER DONLOX. claiming expert knowledge as farm- - supremo art, "sounded like an ex- - tillery. Tho Ryan boys are brothers tion to suffer violence for the kingdid Never ers, even if they wero dressed as plosion of Impotent rage." A few of Mrs Arthur Hublar, of Catherine dom of earth's sake. Rev. Alphonsus J. Donlon, late St. Aldan, of the O'Klnsellas and Irish history tho fate df the Is the heaven, to attain which policemen. The upshot of It was more stones fell from the ragged plaoe, New Albany. President of Georgetown University 'ers arrested on the Fenian cruiser. sole reason for which we live, make at Washington, disgusted farmers edge of an old breach in one of two that the but now rector of St. Ailbe, of tho Cullens and Hopo such exactions of penance, of OARES ARE ENDED. 0n April 12 1867 a walloped one another over tho tho arches of the celling, another St. Mary's church, Boston, was the lans. of almB, of lives, as tho recipient thirty-fiv-e to forty men, nead with their clubs, and both cloud of dust and smoke arose from Sf Tnfcnnnn nf th Gnlwnvs nrtf P of many birthday conA beautiful life came to a kingdom of earth Is now doing. gratulations on Wednesday. wero flashing their badges saying to the skeleton structure, and Gorman most of whom had been officers or Lynches. Father close when the soul of Mrs. Now the church would remind us Donlon was one another: "You are under arrest, effort at the destruction of the of born at Albany, N. Y., the St. Fl'annan, of tho Fitzgerald3, ' privates in the servlco col darn your hide." This marks ancient capital or the Remi was Mary Rapp, beloved wife of Eneel- - that life is not periodically, not in- fifty-on- e years ago. McNamaras, O'Briens, MoMahons, United States army during the termittently, but always, a warfare bert Rapp, Louis2712 ended. There Is little more the West Market an epoch in the history of and war went down from New York to Blennerhassetts, Ennlses Mrs. against a host of enemies, who seek ville's police force, one policeman Germans could have done, for street, passed into eternity. ILRD CASE. 'Sandy Hook In a steamer, where 0,1JaUT?lhKessy Rapp was known as a charltablo to injure us in' soul and that for trying to arrest another on tho Klieims today Is in uttor ruin. Tho , .. ,, , Flnbar, of the Macarthys and,.,. 6ame charge. Tho last reel showed towers of the Cathedral appear from worker and never refused assistance all eternity. Jeremiah A. O'Leary, former ed- Barrvs luu' wuut. uuuaiu iuu iuuaiut;i, To encourage us to fight manfully itor of the Bull, whose trial In ono going to the hospital and the a distance to be intact, but a closer when any one was in need, and will brlgantlne of about 200 tons burSt. Brendan, of the O'Connells other to the police station, and a inspection reveals gaping shell long bo remembered by thoso who ror God and against tno devil, wun Federal Court In New York City and O'Learys. den, which had been specially purn cloae-u- p Christ and against irrellglon, Im- on a charge of conspiracy to violate view, as tho movie men holes, broken columns, and largo knew her. She was St. Colman, of the Barrons, chased for the expedition to aid tho the tho draft laws was postponed last and indifference, say, showed the Keystoners pretty detached pieces of stone that hang years old and tho oldest and first morality Wyses and Walshes. Fenians In Ireland. For the purwell battered up, which reminds us in midair as if held in suspense of eleven children to depart this church asks us to contemplate the week because of Illness, on Tuesday pose of keeping their movements of St. Asicus, that Col. Petty has failed to take by some Invisible force. Hero and life. Besides her husband she Is saints in heaven those who did refused to submit to examination by Kellys and Dysarts. tho Frenches, as free from observation as possible our tip of arming the Keystono cops thero a fragment of a detail of the survived by six children Lawrence fight and are now enjoying the two physicians appointed by the the men of St. Nicholas, without with lemon or custard pies, as in exterior ornamentation remains to In Franco, Georgo at West Point, fruits of victory. They aro reign- court, tho physicians reported. Tho Blakes and McDermotts.the Burkes, and sailedembarked papers orluggage without colors. enable future visitors to percelvo jonn at uamp zacnary Taylor, ing with Christ, their Leader, in court announced that It would detho movies. Do that and let John F. Cavanagh commanded tho and McNicholas repeat their what a glory the building must Frank and Misses Ann and Emma such glory as "no eye hath seen nor cide whether O'Leary, who was reexpedition. Ho had been a FAMILY PRAYERS. ear heard." From this picture, moved from the Tombs to a hospital, comedy effort, the receipts to go to once have been. In the opinion of Rapp. Brigadier General in tho American some architects tho walls will tho Red Cross. Jrom the contemplation ' of the shall be placed on trial again im These are days of trial. of army and was at ono time a mem- stand. Tho "carcase" of tho Cathe sanctified, tho church bids us to mediately. CHAPLAINS GRADUATE. pestilence and of war, and if ever ber of Congress. Nothing remarka- dral is practically intact, but of look Into the kingdom of tho sufROBERTSON SUES HERALD. there was a time when as a peoplo ble took place till Easter Sunday, courso it is a carcass. Still it Is In compliance with orders from fering whore thoso soldiers of PEACE FOR AVORLD. y. n was resoivea xo s uuu as a. iuiuuu we anuuiu pruy n .jiijjh Senator Sam L. Robertson, the hold that the great dIIo could be tho War Department, Major A. A. Jesus Christ are detained, who wero now. If over there was a time serve this day as a festival, and the Democratic nominee for City Treas- sufficiently restored to maintain Its Pruden, commandant at the trainlnc- slightly wounded or who were taken Viscount French, Lord Lieutenant when green flag was hoisted, a should urer, entered suit for $60,000 rank among tho world's art treas school for chaplains and approved prisoner. The papers recently re- and Governor General of Ireland, around all families altar In gather flred, and tho name of tho salute tho family ures. against Loulsvillo Camp Zachary Taylor, ported that tho Allied armies cap- speaking Wednesday at a luncheon prayer and penance It Is now.united changed to tho Erin's Hope. vessel Herald tho candidates at Tho After St. Remi. the oldest church Wednesday for tho publication of a in graduated seventy-fiv- e Mayor at students of tured more than 100,000 prisoners given by tho Rhelms, begun in tho sixth century the present class Friday afternoon. during the previous month. Now said that the Lord sacrllfcesBelfast, days of trial in tho old1 pioneer- a rather sinuous course they arrived libelous and slanderous advertiseblood of the Catholic families were days of de- at Sligo Bay on May 20. About ment charging him with dishonesty. and restored in the early days of Tho other members of tho class will 100,000 souls are probably taken American army had for all tlme3 votion. Sturdy men and courageous May 26 the vessel left tho Sligo Incidentally no other paper In the eleventh, has suffered compara- not be graduated and commissioned Into temporary or permanent Im cemented tho Anglo-Saxraces. wero camo hero to at Dungarvan,. in the other wona "Thoso immortal heroos who sleep women up the they who and happiness coast and arrived on Juno 1. Loulsvillo would publish the vile tively little from tho high explosive until November 7. Thoso who are prisonment County Waterford, homes build Col. attack, but tho Herald, hearing its projectiles. In this case tho Ger to obtain their commissions this every day. These imprisoned and side by side on tho battlefields of of the generation that now enjoys S. R. Tresilian, in a lecture doliv-th- o master's voice and in return for the mans resorted to a shorter method week were selected by Major wounded soldiers aro to bo tho ob- France," he declared, "have Joined la-- ered under fruit of their cares. They the auspices of the graft handed out in the way of un- of Are. After tho defeat they suf- Pruden, but too lato for us to give ject of our charity this month. ' forever with indlssolublo bonds the fered In tho Chateau Thierry salient their names in this issuo. In the necessary publication of election Everywhoro people aro called on future of our great race that will bored. It is true, in field and forest, Fenian Brotherhood in AmariM. in streots of tho city and along said of the privateer: and boundary changes that in July tho Germans sent a few in- class were a large number of Cath by tho Government, by organiza bring a lasting peace to a troubled tho tho highways. They Hunt up tno "The craft made thron i.inriinr tions of men and women, to como world." aren't changed, published tho slan- cendiary shells Into tho church and olic priests. of material features the nation in Ireland and ono in England, and to tho relief of tho Injured soldiers der of the Republican machine thero remains nothing but tho may have they were very near belnir cintnrmi whatever architect bosses, all of whom aro now deny- blackened walls and tho tombs of on the battlefield, In hospitals, etc. SAFE OVER. VISITS ms MOMIER. planned them, and whatever funds t several times. At no time wero they This Is called relief work, and such ing authorship. Thursday the Her- St. Remi, IClngs Carloman, Louis IV. may nave secureu luera. uui it is over twelve miles from a British ald tries to bolster its faltering and Lothairo and Queens Federonno Mr. Barney P. Gllllgan tho first It Is. On the same principle, and Sorgt. Major Herman alone a or gun-thBplrit by bragglngly stating that and Goberge. The reliquary of St. of the week received news of the becauso tho suffering is keener, tho a brief furlough with Vernla after not from their material work most, boat, and wero frigate, ram annoyed their childien profited continually Charley Cronan's suit for $300,000 Remi waB saved while the church safe arrival overseas of his son, church bids us come to tho relief Mrs. Louis Vernla, East his mother. for their meager gains scarcely y pilots. They wore at sea 107 against tho Herald was dropped was burning. The city of Rhelms, Michaol B. Gllllgan, who is seeing of tho souls in purgatory, whose oak streets, Now Albany,Tenth and thirty-eigreturned their many expenses. days after Smith's election. The writer which had a population of about service In tho Quartermaster's De- imprisonment will be the longer if last night to Lafayette, whoro ho ered It tho generosity of RSthor days; Ireland, In which from Amer-wa- a their lea to they sailed 120,000 before the war, is tho larg- partment of the Thirty-eight- h wo do not redeem them. failed to add, as records show, that est diis stationed at Purdue Unlvorslty. prayer, constant and sincere, that 3,565 miles; twenty-fou- r dava French town destsoyed by tho vision that recently left Camp tho editor and managing editor of In all Catholic churches thero aro brought the blessings of prosperity around the coast of Ireland and Tho count of tho num- Shelby. the Herald In their depositions eat Germans. Young Gllllgan was with special devotions during November, IAKES NO CHANGE. and happiness as an Inheritance to England, 2,023 miles; n crow of the worst typo and both ber of shells required to reduce It the First Kentucky on tho Mexican when many masses aro offered, and days from Ireland to America, their posterity. said they didn't mean any harm to has not been finally made, but built border and was ono of tho first to thoso whose employment Interferes In little houses hldderi away in 3,577 miles; making a grand total For at- - church against another week at least the ban Mr. Cronan but made tho attack as it was with tho robustness of the offer his services when men wore with their attendance public meetings the deep woodland, 9,265 miles." purposes. Senator stout Fronch character, as well ns weeded. He is a good soldier and should remember their dead by will continue becauso of of all sorts confined rooms ofand in tho closo, of The craft, for political the city, the tho serious after landing her supno defense in this with delicacy, the cost of its ruin emp or the old block. prayers in the home. Robertson needs nature of tho Influenza epidemic in father and mother gathered tho lit plies, prepared at once for the community and the Herald will to the Germans most have been im various parts of Kentucky and ad- tlo ones around them as the night return voyage. At the landing at mense. During tho four years of have to pay or again eat crow. WATIIEN ONLY BIDDER. POISON TID3 WELLS. jacent territory. This was the shadows wero falling, and, kneeling Dungarvan on June 1, tho news of effort tho batteries had reneatedlv State Board of Health's decision at roverently, tho rosary was recited. which was quickly spread among to be changed, while enormous BANDITS ROB CATHOLICS. of Public a quantities of ammunition were by Documents nuotlncr orders issnflrt w Tuesday tho Boardfranchise for a meeting held hero Wednesday It was apparanetly but give little the coast guards, several were arGerman commanders for thfJrworks awarded the any rested, and, among afternoon. Another meeting of tho thing, not calculated to, burned. Warren, Revolutionists in Western Mexico and Jeffersonvlllo board will be held here next great impetus to devotion; but as Halpln and Costello. others of thoso methodical destruction of property the Loulsvillo Most have been profiting considerably by and for the poisoning of wells dur- wharf privilege to O. H. Wathen, Wednesday, at which the situation life developed the tender association arrested received sentences of terms MORE EFFICIENCY. promoting religious celebrations ing tho recent evacuation of Belgian who was the only bidder. The fran- again will bo revlowed. Restric- of household prayer went with it, in prison, but tho three named re among the people and appropriating a period The running over and killing of and French territory have reached chise runs for bring tho of nineteen tions may then be lifted to permit forming thpso deep sources of spir- ceived the longest terms. The the money offerings, according to city $1,000 open-ai- r years and will Washington. Among them is ormeetings, it was said, in itual force which characterize their prisoners heard the announcement the Rev, Eugeno Sugranes, of San a little colored boy Monday by an der, taken from a prisoner, an Issued per year. It is predicted that Col. case conditions have materially Im- children even today. It produced of their sentences without manifAnf. Antonio. It has long been the ambulance from tho City Hospital by tho commander of tho 108th In- Wathen will Introduce needed im- proved. ad- that instinct, if wo may so call it, ing any emotion. Numerous ministers Gen. Halnln re practice for tho people of tho States gives another example of tho fantry Brigade of the German army provements and give tho public dressed tho board, some favoring of prayer, that deep revorenco for plied that ho would take fifteen of Sonora, Slnaloa and other States and recklessness of the oi September 6 directing spe- satisfactory service. so years more any day for Ireland. lifting tho restriction regarding things holy, and that insight of Mexico to go to Magdalena, city administration which boasts of cifically that certain . villages be Louisville. Harvey Meyers repre- puzzling to noiuCathollcs, of tho uoi. warren informed the court Sonora, by the thousands in October reform and efficiency. Bystanders destroyed by the rear guards. ITORTY nOURS. sented tho Latonia raco track, which spiritual needs and tendencies of that ho did not think a loase of of each year to participate in the allege that tho little boy was alDesignated units assigned to has not yet been given permission man, that shines out in the coun tho British Empire worth great feast in honor of tho cher- lowed to He and dio in the street the destruction ofare tho villages to open. The protest of tho Cincin- tenance of the true The devotion of the Forty cents; and ished St. Francis Xavler In tho par- while tho ambulance attendants uamqd and In addition tho order has been announced for St. Hours nati Health Officer against the race of today, a beauty Catholic children three, followed by posso then all Denis that Is of wardish church. The Catholics present stopped off with mathematical pre- Btatcs "it is tho duty of everyone church, to begin tomorrow morning meeting had much weight with the harshness ana a candor without ers, disappeared a that is from the their offerings of money at the cision the exact distance they to participate In these destructions," and come to a solemn close on board. Too far havoThe Erin's Hope was afterward doclc. trustfulness visible. dls shrine of the church, and this dragged his body. This is a warn- which are to bo out "with Tuesday. At the hour of going to Major It. D. Fricks and Lieut. many In" the hurry and rush and posed of at a profit by the usually amounts to a considerable ing to our citizens indeed. When more method and carried less haste." The press It was not possible to obtain R. B. Norment, of the United States tho frivolity of today gotten away iirotnornoou. The arrests atFeaian Dunsum in the aggregate. All Catholic an ambulance, supposed to be a order, whleh is signed "Week," definite Information as customs. Let garvan were effected through the priests were exited from that- part vehicle of alow progress, is driven presumably either the brigade com- to be obeerved in the to the order Public Health Service, showed that from these tobeautiful churches' on conditions in Louisville were fa us return the practices of early treachery of an Informer, named of .Mexico in 1914 and 1915, and at tne rate or speed to endanger life mander for his chief of staff, says Sunday, and whether vorable and asked that be days. Let us gather around the J. Buckley, who went on the annual religious festival at and limb it Is time. for the oubllo "it is recalled that wells are to be Board ban will be lifted the Health lifted If possible here. the banwas family altar In daily prayer. New Daniel the vessel can not be That board with the others at Magdalena was discontinued. It to protest. contaminated." considered unwise in view of the Orleans Morning Star. stated. Sandy Hook. SEND SAD NEWS. y In a card signed by Henry tho great editor expresses his earnest approval of the United War Work campaign. Marse Henry says: "With whole heart I can most earnestly approve tho splendid purposes and principles of. the United War Work campaign. In these days, when the whole wide world bleeds in "conflict and dissension, it is manifestly edifying to observe this wonderfully conceived and admirably directed movement aimed to make all tho peoples, of whatsoever class or creed, at last truly akin. This task is big the money sought is much but the resultant benefits to the men In d uniform and tho citizen will be dividends of undreamed magnitude in spirit engendered of lovo and unity and of a genuine harmony of purpose of a great people of God's most blessed land. May this great undertaking bo accepted by the people ior themselves and for their boys, in keeping with the spirit of these momentous times; may the workers go onward and forward and over to Victory." tear-burden- ed Wat-terso- n, Leo P. Rellly and T. Finck Martin, local boys who have been members of tho Great Lakes encampment, were here this week on a furlough, having been ordered to Month During Which Church Calls report at Hampton Roads, Va., where they will bo detailed as Attention to Suffering radio operators. Souls. SMILING NAVIES. Millions NOVEMBER JOING TO ILYHTON ROADS. Daniel O'Keefe, forty-fiv- e "'years, husband of Mary H. O'Keefo, 124 North Twenty-sixtI. Joseph Ballman, KUleens. St. Kleran, of the O'Connors, 1827 West A. Laura B. Tlsschur, nineteen year3 Grehans and Brownes. St. Columbkille, of the O'Don-nel- old, wife of Joseph Tlsschur, 820 East Jefferson. and O'Laughllns. Joseph A. Schmltt, aged seven St. Conlath, of the Mullins and years, son of John A. and Anna B. Duffys. St. Macartin, of the O'Flynns, Schmltt, 2933 Halo avenue. O'Donnellys, Macartans, Smiths and 'ERIN'S nOPE." Maginlses. St. Kyran, of the O'Brennans, The sixteenth day of November O'Donahoes, Fitzpatricks and calls to the mind of tho student of h. Elizabeth Hospital. sixty-thre- e, ls M in Are Undergoing Punishment in Prison House of Purgatory. Henry Maloney and Joseph R. two well kriown local boys, are here on a furlough from the Great Lakes encampment and both appear to bo in tho pink of condition. They are wearing the smile that won't come off. Kelly, ununl-forme- INJURED IN ACCTOENT. Church Bids Us Como to Their . John T. Murphy, the well known Redeem and Relief candy merchant, is still laid ujj sufThem. fering from tho effects of a fall last weok. Mr. Murphy was driving East on Main street when his horse swerved and he was thrown from ARE OBJECTS OF OUR CHARITY. the vehicle, suffering a broken arm and other minor injuries. tho Sunday Visitor ( for this week it is pointed out that during POSTPONE la MEETINGS. &!' iuvii -. ht ? prison-O'Farrall- s. No-jEr,- self-deni- al, ' ! I fifty-seve- er , ou-l- - on , of-flc- -- , man-of-wa- r, at cov-.b- ht forty-seve- Mit-p- caro-lossne- ss - (J KZ3B3V0DXJOK:3r IRISH A&dH&RIOAHr. rir 1AMA lir iir M Wi N ft l CHAMPIONS OF LABOR ASK 4 . rt ft The People j 4 OF 4 Kentucky TO SUPPORT HMPwambft3 HM flu WOODROW "WILSON . STANLEY FOR ft 4 U. S. Senator VVVYVVV iii VVV II SAMUEL GOMPERS ft 4 w M THE PRESIDENT'S TELEGRAM "The Rev. E. L. Miley, First Christian Church, Hickman, Ky.: earnestly desire the election of Gov. Stanley in the United States Senate. I supposed that my whole- - I hearted support of him was well- known throughout Kentucky. "WOODROW WILSON." 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"You want to draw back, to K.juuajHi wAdUSieioAJc STORY OF TWO HEROES. nectcd with the company," she said, Mr. GUmour smiled at her im Horo Is a story from the rccordb petuosity. regi Cor. Fifth and Market break your bargain!" the lawyer "I am tho President, Can I help of two famous of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Readers ments in France. These two regiejaculated in euch surprise that his you?" Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements ments, one formerly the old Ninth "Oh, please." eyeglass dropped and dangled fitthey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readMr. GUmour ushered the visitor Massachusetts and the other the Three Per Cent. Interest Paid fully across his shirt front, while ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. room. Fighting Sixty-nint- h of Now York, On Time Doposlts Mr. Bentley stared at bis client. Into his privateCecilia "jB 4h9!bIh "5cp r stammered, have been In almost every bad r" "I "Are you mad?" ho questioned. company bought some land scrap that the American army has "Tho Highland J033 James B. Brown Cecilia Hunt smiled. President Home Phono City 7638 near Mllford from me. I want It been in. This story- - does not come Henry J. AngermeIer..VIco President "Oh, no, I am not," she began. back." from official roports, writes John JOS. V. SPANINGER James J. Hayes Vice President CAFETERIA "But you must be," the lawyer OIHM3 ln- - McIIugh HUNGER'S "What for?" Mr? GUmour Stuart, staff correspondent C. M. S. Hebel Vice President Insisted; "you must. You have got, GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE or will get, rather something like quired; and Cecilia explained. International Nowb Service, but it John S. Akers Cashier 458 South Fifth Street "Oh! You are refreshingly hon- comes from tho lips of two mpn, "WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS Oscar A. Block 1,300 for ten acres of land." Asst. Cashier est," the gentleman commented, nnd one a doctor in tho Ninth and the A. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashlor "I know, tout " FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 370 Baxter Avenue then sighed: "I wish there were Sixty-nint"And the money safely Invested more like you. nut pernaps tnat other a chaplain in tho will bring in about 45 a year; and wouldn't do. What is your name?" MAIH3NRY SCHUH GEO. F. BREETENSTEIN Lieut. Simon Kelleher, of tho 45 Isn't so much to live on. And "Cecilia Hunt" CHINE CO. Ninth, tells the story of his 'boys.' you will never get euch a price 1403 Seventh Street "Hunt! Cecilia Hunt!" He showed how the Irish boys of again. Your father tried to sell 731-73- 3 "Yes, do you know the land? You his regiment, the boys of Boston, East Main Street Choice Staple and Fancy GRO- that cottage and land frequently. HARVEY-JELLIC- O " see, Dr. Anton uusloii, uoxoury, Automobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE He never could. You couldn't, We weren't noiuii Charlestown, fought uaniDnage "Oh, don't worry and with that Pnmna. Elevators and General Ma MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, either, only that Dr. Anton has buying on Dr. Anton's views, but on courage that held the fire of City Home discovered some medicinal qualities chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. your own. What waB your mother's Dunkcr Hill until those Americans (INCORPORATED) Home Phono City 1533. P,hono 2147; Cumb South 1558-To. In tho springs on the land." name? Her maiden name?" of an earlier day "saw the .whites "But he hasn't really," the girl "Anna GUmour." of their eyes." No man of the "Ah! I thought so. Poor Anna! Ninth died, says Lieut. Kelleher, Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 said hastily. "That's it." J. M. BUOKNER "What7" I heard of her death. Child, I am without taking toll and more of CHARLES BALGMAIER "Tho springs are Just ordinary your grandfather. My wife was TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF THE springs. The water has no par- named Cecilia. Your mother mar- enemy lives with him. The officer S30 East Market Street was not called upon for the ticular properties at all," said ried a Catholic against my wishes. supreme 000 West Slain Street Between Brook and Floyd sacrlitce, but ho his Cecilia, and tho lawyer, missing his Don't you understand? What of life a thousand times onoffered aid PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND eyeglass, began fumbling for first it. your father?" Louisville, Ky. dressing expeditions to tho farthest SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty When It was fixed on Its place ho "He Is dead." outposts. motioned his client to a chair with sat Cecilia In her astonishment j man an apology for his inattention. down, and Mr. GUmour noted the an "There was a wounded says. In SG.65 HOU2 SPOT CANTEEN advanced traverse," ho "I TnE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. "But you astonished me," Mr. Bent-le- y shabby clothes, the mended gloves crawled slowly up to get him. I ended. "I was Just con- and shoes. FOR MERCHANDISE Coke Station, Camp Tnylor, Ky. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. GENERAL myself having on gratulating am a lonely old man all heard his labored breathing In tho SOLDIERS Everything for the Soldiers brought about a sale that would at my"Iwealth, Cecilia. Will youfor come lulls of the gunfire. ofAnd then I the trench. Cigars, "Restaurant least keep you from want, when you to me7 " Mr. GUmour asked almost rounded the corner Cigars, Soft Drinks, Candles, There ho sat, propped against the come In and declare It must bo humbly. FIRST CLASS SERVICE The Right Place for Tobacco. wall. His breath came In tearing CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOMK PHONE 88 broken up." "If I may be a Catholic," Cecilia gasps and with each one tho blood Right Prices. C. 4203 S. 9102-- A "Tho Country Towns Company replied. gushed from his chest, for he had would never have bought tho little "Oh, ir you will. Catholicity has farm left my father by his old taught you to be honest, evidently," been shot through the lungs. Ho Both Phones 2406 Both Phones was a boy I had known all my cousin only they believed tho story Mr. GUmour responded. POULTRY VOOD AND a sub& 0 0. (hat the spring contained "And Instead of typing and starv life. 'They got you, Pack,' I said, as " SUPPLIES stance calculated to euro certain ing, Cecilia Hunt now rules her Adolph Rcntllngcr tried to help him. diseases," Cecilia explained. "You grandfather's large household," Mr. Free Advice on Poultry ana " 'They reknow that!" she added. Bentley sometimes remarks. "And plied, 'But sure did, Sime,' ho Pet Diseases looka there.' "What then?" the lawyer asked. f don't mind saying that In her case TORNADO, MABLTiTTY AND of the "I "How do you know anything about honesty was the best policy." Car- empty followed tho wave PLATE GLASS pistol he still held In his the waters on Lucy Hunts farm? melite Monthly. 210 WEST MARKET STREET hand, and there stretched across the WtWVmWHtVUWWUHtVHVMWUMMMVUWWVMVWV 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET' You havo never seen it. You Quick Delivery opposite parapet were six dead wouldn't know, anyway." GAVE TWELVE SONS. Germans, one for every shot in his ENGRAVERS "No, but yesterday a gentleman, ARTHUR A. WILL gun. They bad got him only when Dr. Esbey Is his name, came Into -m m When the time comes to call the SOIILIOn ENGRAVING COMPANY my little office to have a letter roll of those who havo done dis- the gun had emptied. I stopped BUILDER the bleeding as best I could and typed. He had hurt his hand." tinguished service in the cause of ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS "what do you earn by your pre liberty, keep a lookout for Jthe we got him back to an ambulance, I ELECTROTYPERS tlut four hours later. cious typewriting?" the lawyer in- name of Mrs. Catherine 2431 MOXTGOJH5RY STREET Isabelle guoss he died was well paid for. I his life quired 'briskly. Louisville, Kj O'Brien, of Lower Buckete road, 335 W. Main St., was this samo sharp raid of "It "Not much," Cecilia admitted. four miles from Phoenix, Ariz. Home Phone Shawnee 1010 Home Phone City 5674 "Some weeks I earn ten shillings; formerly of New York, formerly also the Germans that produced one of 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, courage Russett, the coolest bits of desperateboys had of Oklahoma City and LOUISVILLE SAVINGS occasionally fifteen." SOUTH I ever saw. Ono of our FRANK A. OHLMANN "And frequently less?" Dkln. Mrs. O'Brien has contributed been captured by three Germans AND DEPOSIT BANK The girl nodded. "twelve sons to war service. Having "Go on," Mr. Bentley ordered. Franklin Street 000 East done that much, you might think and he was being led off as of they : Fourth and Central Avenuo him "Dr. Esbey's relations live near she had earned the right to sit retreated, one on either side The three GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings the farm. Ho told them he had back and rest and rock and blink and one bohlnd. I thought at Gerfirst Deposits. A General Banking Busi- seen the specialist, Dr. Anton. He and hope for the best. But Mrs. mans ducked. never said tho waters were medic- O'Brien Isn't that sort of woman, our boy had. But, no; he had ; Cumb. Main 967-ness Transacted. Homo City 2008 X Cumb. Main 200S-- a inal. In fact they are not. Some even If she is seventy-tw- o years old. reached Into his hip pocket. He I" In search of copy put a She had a birthday Just tho other dropped a hand grenade directly at Journalist Home Phone City 2845 Phone City 4131 Htgfrfrrt i ! M! paragraph in tho papers. Dr. Anton day. It was tho loneliest one she his own feet and those of his cap spent somo weoks with his ever had, and how do you think tors and the three Germans were BERNARD FENZ had BATH'S CAFE friends In the neighborhood. He Is it? By writing onco killed.got there quickly that afterFOR YOUR GROCERIES EVERYan early riser, and walked generally she celebrated Red Cross authorities "I II again to the THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Ho smiled I ' In the direction of Cousin Lucy's asking them If they couldn't man-ng- o noon to where he lay. AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor Promptness and Satisfaction up at me. Yes, ho smiled, though well. That farm and drank from the to break one littlo string of red his arm was really all and half his side had been 421 East Jefferson Street go to 441 East St. Catherine tape and of and nursoallow her tosoldiers!France blown off. "Well, even so. The conditions They tubercular " 'God! boy,' I said horrified, Bale aro properly signed. You might stretch a point In her case, "SOUTHERN STAR" Phone City 5692 needn't worry. The Country Towns sho thinks, although she has a lit- 'why did you do that?' AL. S. SMITH, PROP. H. Platoff, PresL " 'Saw mo get 'em, did you, Doc?' can't draw back." s. SLICED BACON tle battalion of her own over there, ho answered. I. Bosh, "But It Isn't an honest sale. They because she is an oxpert at caring A PLATOFF & BUSH "'Yes, but' I didn't know what lUady for Ymr Griddle 1b tb bought under a misapprehension." Having for tubercular patients. incorporated say as" I tried to dress "That's their lookout." that i Morulas" lived a life of high; romance these to CONTRACTORS AND GENERAL Mr. filghtful wound. The girl looked distressed. years, Mrs. BUILDERS " 'Well, doctor,' he said, gravely, Bentley had been a good friend to three score and twqlvo LARD, 8AUSAOB KAMI, crown that Ufa her dead father and to herself, and O'Brien wants to this mornSpecial Attention To Repair Work BOTr PHONES 810. with what she considers, tho. most 'I'd been to communion ready to die. PROVISION CO. LOUOTILLK ing and, I guoss I was she disliked differing from him. A romant I c acllvi ty&J-.r- he Estimates Cheerfully Furnished wo rid slight tinge of red crept into her patriotic service. V T - . But I wasntt ready to go to Ger(iBVorporat.) OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. white checks. They searched me for f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. 5 Here is the list of Mrs. O'Brien's many. "But, you know," she began. "I sons, orlginar and adopted, accord- grenades when they got me, the Home Phone Shawnee 803 JL. I couldn't tdko tho am a Catholic. 4G, three of them, and they took those money. It would bo as bad as steal- ing to their age: William H., HENRY GOSS ship builder near Now York; James out of my ibag and out of my side CONTRACTOR FOR ing." But I always carry one army, somewhere In France; pocket. "God bless me! No! Not at all." O., 36,T., 35, army, Franco; Robert tucked Into my pants when I go Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting Alex. Mr. Bentley would have been Justly Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOB ; army chaplain, France; out there. Just In case of well, Ehocked had any one impeached his F., 34, Mr, 30, army, Franco; Jesse anything like this. And when those Shingles a Specialty Frank Asphalt St. 1315 8. Twenty-sixt-h honesty. "Dear me, no." It came three Germans 29, marine camp, Washington through my mind duckedquicker ! "You must lot the company knov C p.; a lot than 1 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Homo Phone Shawnee 368 D. Calvin P., 28, army, France'; I of the mistake." can tell It that three dead GerCha'rles, 25, marines, somewhere In slipped Mr. Bentley's eye-glaLOUISVILXE army, In mans and one dead American was KENTUCKY i SEE FOOLEY FOR MONEY. Europo; Joseph C.,,24, JOHN B. O'LHABY A OO, from its place again. 22, marines, in a lot more on our side of the score LARGEST IN TnE SOUTH. My dear Cecilia, Europe; Scott A., Loans to those having regular in"Indeed, no! Headquarters tor than three live Germans and an most certainly not. I really couldn't. Europe; Thomas W., 19, marines, American as good as dead In Ber- 2 comes or salary, with no publicity Z or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPMOTt It would not be at all professional. France. daughter is Mrs. Elizabeth lin. So, I let her go.' on their personal security. See us about anything la rw I'm not retained by the other side, M. Her "He tried to raise his head and Mutz. of Chickasha, Okla., and estate. We sell, buy and rest thank goodness!" ho exclaimed. look around. POOLEY, F. R. now let us end the matter. her two adopted daughters are Mrs. "And " 'Never mind, boy, you got them ? Building, 604 W. JEFFERSON IT. Ida Ulevens. Room 1, Courier-JournP. IAN N OH, JR., Vlci Pru. and Treat. M. J. BANNON, Pfuldent and Manager. mo manage. Your Anna Roberts and Mrs.ever they all all, I assured him. You must let If of McGee, Okla. father trusted me " Rome Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. " 'Any any chance for me, doc?' cet tocether again, as Mrs. O'Brien ho said, "And I, too," Cecilia broke in. a great Chance had brought the lawyer hopes they will, it will be to be a "I didn't answer, and he knew. COMPANY T. S3. YANN DAIRY WM. P. BANNON and Frank Hunt together soon after Catherine. But it Is going to that His remaining hand crept beneath young wife., tremendous disappointment tho death of the latter's tunic, gripped his .blood-soake- d have INCORPORATED and the old ladv if she won't to tell, some something tight, and stayed there. Both men wore lonely, CONTRACTING PLASTERER Sewer and Calvert Pipe, too tales of war service friendship begun in a certain club Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe (or Steam Conduits, People try to persuade her that she After a moment he spoko again. all over a game of chess had grown and " 'Doc,' he said, 'you know M8-B1- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Brook and Bloom Wall Coping. Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK. strengthened with tho passing years. Is serving through those dozen sons, the boys around our square. I wish things These years had brought the shrewd but she can't see she has that way. they could know I was game.' Z 153-- Y Both Phones 4202 Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Bricll Cumb. S. City 8380 Fire to talk to lawyer a large measure of success, The only company " 'And, doc,' his volco wa3 Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. S most of the time in that Arizona and the struggling artist the bare dog weaker, 'will you will you tell my "When death dwelling Is her old brindle means of existence. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Home City 2803 Dad often looks lone- mother I had I had this when I STAR" "SOUTHERN came Mr. Hunt was glad to think Dad, and went?' havo a some, too. WORK A SPECIALTY that his daughter would REPAIR CUMB. MAIN 507. PHONES CITY 573-178"Slowly his hand came out: SLICED BACON friend in Mr. Bentley. slowly it opened; that boy's hand NEEDED. Ready for Your Griddle in the NURSES ARE "All "Well, then, trust me," the lawyer strangely old and worn with the Z WORKS Thirteenth aad Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. FRED HORNUNG, JR. Morning" said. It populous bloodstains and grime. Slowly t Refusal of the more HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING But Cecilia shook her copper-co- l and there In cities and town to allow their openedglistened a tiny, the blackened ored head. PROVISION CO. LOUISVUiLE bright sliver 712 AVest Jefferson Street own palm "I can't." she protested. "I can't nurses to go outside their Incorporated crucifix. . He was dead." Louisville, Ky. Oh. forgive me, Mr. Bentley! I must communities to nurse Influenza cases has created a (serlous problem act as my conscience bids me." DEVISED BY KNIGHTS. of J. E. SCmVABTZ "It all comes of ibelng a Cath for tho Red Cross Department Li. DEAD ANBIALS James Chairman olic," Mr. Bentley ruminated when Nursing. Because they have been scattered Highland Pork, Ky. of tho Lake Division, Cecilia had taken her departure. Felser, CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST regiments of for throughout "Catholics aren't like other people. stated Saturday that "the need par- tho French the various of the AmeriGROCERIES, FRESH MEATS army men might havo made something nurses in smaller communities, City 721; Hunt Call Homo Phono If he ticularly in tho mining regions of can Ambulance Service have been VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED decent out of his painting Cumb. Phone Main 721. It tho past ITBSHie been so scrupulous not but Kentucky and Ohio,. is nothing short "out of luck" inany of the when hadn't Homo Phone Parkway 360 benefits 426 W.MARKET RENDERING CO. pictures In the Royal of desperate." The Chairman also came to getting Y LOUISVILLE eonie of tho Cumb. Phone South 225 Telephoae 1038. auxiliary organiLOUISVILXE,. KY. Poor pointed out that a aepiorame isck from the various Academy are scandalous. zations. thousand Hunt! The girl Isn't like him. I of nurses In the coal mining regions of these There are several many of men, ambulanco A complete line of Furniture at When In Louisville Store Your Car suppose she takes after the mother. Is causing the Fuel Administration WTJEST BROS. at the angered her a great deal of alarm, as a number whom were members of collego prices that are always the lowest. JOHN B. RATTERMAN I fancy the mother the French, and a SatisfaettoA guaranteed. units, 934-93- 6 WEST HILL STREET relatives" when she married Hunt. of mines are seriously crippled due scheme with been devised by KOERNER & STRAPER GARAGE the has FUNERAL DIRECTOR I to the large number of influenza He must havo said as much. Manufacturers of Specialties. Gen. shouldn't wonder tout Cecilia will cases and subsequent pneumonia Knights of Columbus to get supplies 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main 2114 WEST MARKET STREET to them. It was Impossible to send eral Machine and Model Work take some action herself. I won't. deaths. Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing to Steel Stamping "The more populous communities a Knights of Columbus secretaryonly Oh. ves. Catholics aro queer." Phones Shawnee 12a?. CnmhRrlnnrl Polishing a Spoplalty. and each of the units, for there aro A few streets away from the one which depend on the mining populaWest 1107a. Home Phone, City 6648 of them, Home, Clty 3481. mod- tion for their coal Bhould eee tho about ten men In each In which Cecilia Hunt had her but Col. Percy Jones, their est office were tho almost palatial immediate necessity of giving up a mander, has appointed somo ofcomyour velour, beaver 'As Ner to You as the Nearest Phona" Look up his headquarters of the Country Towns few nurses to help the miners," he tnrcn ns "ap.tlncr sprrpfnrlPH." nml & FREDERICK BEUTEL hats OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI AND Company. Its President was a says. "We should Tielp the nurses to them are sent bundles of cigar-- and felt dyed andand havo them reshaped. We ! cleaned, KENTUCKY RIVER LINE gentleman well known throughout and their employers to realize that ettes, chocolate, athletic FLORISTS new styles. First-clamaterial the British Isles for his keen com- influenza work is a real war serv- and stationery from the Knights of have twenty-fiv- e Your old hat made work. Flowers for All Occasions. Design mercial knowledge, daring ventures ice." Nurses as well as giaduates J. S. JONES. Agent headquarters on the first new for the small price of Work a Specialty. It hap- should report at once to their local Columbus month. and straightforwardness. A Special Spray $3.00 pened that he was In his own private Red Cross Chapter and should not of every 1220-123- 1 Fourth and River, Louisville South Brook Street room when Cecilia asked to see the leave their respective communities A Special $5.00 SCARCELY A SUCCESS. Homo, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-- A Secretary of the company, and was unless authorized to do so. Phones: Main 9214; City 416 Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and curtly Informed that the gentleman Tho British House of Commons Curled. SHRINE FUND. adopted a. resolution last week In was encaged. KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN Borne PfaoH 2550 favor of women sitting in Parlia"But I must see him," Cecilia pro Of interest to the Catholic women ment. Well, Washington has had a "My business is Important." COKE STATION D. D. S. tested. functionary Louis A. in charge looked of America is the announcement Congresemowan from Montana for The Side. Mattresses, Blankets, etc., Cots, down from his superior altltudo on that on September 8. the feast of tho past two years. Tho experiment 713 West Jefferson, Xorth Goods, Bed Clothing, Furnishing fee RiuiHMTxwIou&vflr the lltho, sung figure in Its well- - the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin can scarcely be said to have been a Cutlery, Novelties. worn Eray costume, and uncon Mary, the fund for the erection of success. Miss Rankin allowed her LAUNDRY AGENCY. 900-90We telegraph Flowers Everywhere sclously noted the beauty of the ear- a National Shrine on the campus of sentimentality to lead her astray on STARKS BU1LDINQ. 1 nest, sray eyes and firm lips. Later the Catholic University of America the war lseue. and in that way she NATIONAL HATTERS remembered that reached the sum of 1100,000. The lost national prestige. She lost the on the door-keepSir your boj aa eaaeatloa taat B1 prepare tbtsi for Ufa. he had .noticed something familiar University extends Its thanks to all Republican nomination for United TOM TOLAKIS, Prop, young lady. who have so generously contributed States Senator a few weeks ago, about the 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. ST. XAVIER'S COLLfcQE "Quito Impossible." the man said to honor Our Blessed Lady In the largely because of her war record., Suite Pressed While You Wait. sreaawar, KoatariU, Xy, loftily, and Just thea the Chairman erection of this shrine. She is now running as an independlis Hats Cleaned and Blocked While came Into the hall. ent. We believe that Congress has Coaduoted by tbe Xaverlaa Brottsr. Heme Phoae City 1931 NEW HAMPSnntB MEN. wiasniciu, ma kumi seen the last women legislator for "What Is It. Brown?" Mr. GU ecienuno Yeu Wait. Soldiers' Uniforms ?aa4 Courses. Preptratorr Department, Lave mour asked, In the First New .Hampshire regi- some time. Miss Rankin representHats a Specialty. Work Called For BwimralPK Pool, Well Bqulppea Orrtaa-aluwish to see ment 3,200 of the ?.,M)0 men are ed the era of ultra pacifism. Cecilia answered: "I We Terra! maderat. aad Delivered. Oar Motto; "Service, oon- - Cathollec are bow beyond that. the Secretary or somebody Tur, Suokx Of Thr. Br. BcaJaielB, Tby Attetfe aad Qwlity." Irish-AmericBfc-h, hastily. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE COAL CO. SJBJEfcVIOJS Y. QUALITY High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal PJSR TON. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. RKUTLINOER HALLER 'S PET SHOP FIRE INSURANCE S22 Bast Maiia toreet. - I'Miw 'Iw wh DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONBS. M A HflHIIIHlHUlllHHIIIIIIHini UKA1N W. Funeral bJYUirrb bUJNi; and Sec-Tree- Director Embalmer! ! SAM ROBERTSOJS lmwtwtwiHwmit CIBAIN ss f Sriss DYBRS RS AND PIPE oii CO. )HiwwwwtiwittnintmwwHwm P. BANNON al i J " &J jfjfsiSf H. B OSS E SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 10 AVBKUB 5-- LADIES' HATS ss FUNERAL FLOWERS $1.25 Broring, Falls City Straw Works JtngM J ". Wreath DENTIST rniKTB: er :BREVA.W Hoc, -- 5o m. fcjwCvJ Convincing Reasons Why You Should Vote the DEMOCRATIC TICKET THIS YEAR In a strong letter to Peter J. Campbell, the local labor leader Secretary W. B. Wilson, of the Department of Labor, tells of what Congressman Swagar Sherley has done for the cause of the wage-earne9 r: "Mr. Peter J. Campbell) Louisville, Ky.: Referring to the conferences I had with you on September 21 "My Dear Mr. Campbell: and 23, In which I urged the withdrawal of Mr. Gorman as a candidate for Congress, and the support of Mr. Sherley for that position, In aocorctanco with my promise at that time I am writing you, stating the substance of the reasons which I then assigned as the basis of my request. "I have not always agreed with Mr. Sherley on matters affecting labor, but it is only fair to say that whenever there was a disagreement It was open and above board, without any attempt to camouflage his position for the sake of securing votes. "It must also be said to his credit that he supported nearly all of the important kgisla tion that labor was Interested in, such as the oreatton of the Department of Labor, the eight hour law of 1912, applying to contractors and subcontractors, and of 1913, applying to dredge men, the Bureau of Mines the Boehr Convict Labor Bill and more important than any of Bill. them, the Clayton years after the creation of the Department of Labor, St "For the first four and one-hadid not have all the funds that wore necessary for the proper conduct of its business. When Mr. Sherley recame chairman of the Committee on Appropriations he reitized tho importance of labor in producing material to supply our armies, and as a result principally of his judgment and tact in the committee the department is now in a position financially where it can promote the just claims of labor as it never has been able to do before. "We have been able to create the National War Labor Board for the adjustment of labor disputes; extend our conciliation service; build up an employment service; form a woman's bureau to look after the interest of women in war work; take caro of training and dilution lf " to meet war emergencies, and establishing a working conditions service to see that thn labor standards are maintained, at least until war necessities compel all of our people to reduce V their standards of living. "These services have been made possible because of the action of the Ccnimittee on Ap propriations under Mr. Sherley's chairmanship. "It is not for these reasons only, however, that I urge you to support his candidacy. question confronting us to which all other questions must for the "The time being subordinate themselves is the winning of the war. "For a great many years Mr. Sherley has been a member of the Appropriations Comon Fortifications, of which for the past seven years he has mittee and of the On the resignation of Mr. Fitzgerald he became chairman of the Appropriabeen chairman. tions Committee. His long' experience in dealing with appropriations for military purposos, coupled with his keen, intelligence which everybody recognizes, makes him the best informed man in Congress concerning the military needs of the government. His services in that connection for military reasons alone are invaluable. "It would seriously impair the conduct of the war if for any reason Mr. Sherley should fail of "I feel that at this time everything should be subordinated to the great purpose of keeping in Congress the man whose knowledge and judgment best qualify him to handle the military and oivil appropriations necessary for the conduct of the war, and that man beyond all question is Swagar Sherley Sincerely yours, "W. B. WILSON, -. "Secretary of Labor." KjbfKV Xk 4&sbbW tB Secretary of the Treasury Wm. G. McAdoo emphasizes how important it is to the government for Congressman Swagar Sherley to-be re-elect- ed; itBHsHDam ri - Hi aaaaaaW Hon. Swagac Sherley, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C.l I need scarcely assure you of my hope that you may be to Congress. Your long experience in the House; your knowledge of the affairs of the government growing out of your extended membership on the Appropriations Committee; the responsible duties you are now performing as chairman of that great committee, and, above allf your strong and constant support of the President, make it essentially in the national interest that you should be con7 tinued in publio life. In this time of war, when the colossal financial operations of the Treasury are so much affected by the Appropriations Committee of the House and Senate, I feel that it would be nothing less than a public misfortune if the country should be deprived of the services of a WM. G. McADOO. man of your experience, training and signal ability. Swagar Sherley K Prominent United States Senators pay high tribute to Gov. Stanley. - Recent utterances on the floor of the Senut " r" Senator John Sharp Williams, 7 of Mississippi ' - - r "J- ' c- - - qualified, a man who in exptriina,-uhllX,- ; in that great assembly." . ' - - ta quettee and fidelity would 'be ' without'a superior 1 T I WW 1t''.','f''iK Wl Jl" fiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai "I served with Owsley Stanley in the House of Representatives for eight years. I know I him Jto bo tho soul of honor. I know him to be absolutely uncorrupt and incorruptible. know him to be unimpeachable, a gentleman of gentlemen; standing upon his own shoe soles at all times, with the courage of a gentleman andthe truthfulness and integrity of a gentleman." . uj i Senator Joe T. Robinson of Arkansas "Governor Stanley's experiences In publio life eminently qualify him for service In tho United States Senate. served for many years In the House of Representatives with Governor 8tanley and regard him as able and sincerely devoted to the public interest. Moreover, it is desirable that control of tho 8enate organization bo retained in the Administration forces, in order to avoid the misunderstanding In foreign circles which would arise should the control of the Senate now b vested In tho party of opposition to the President. "1 express the hope that Governor Stanley may b elected to the Swiate by a safe majority." . , r'aaafiaK XJaaaaaaaaaaKBBHaaflaaaaaaHBaKaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! 1 fts J aWftBaaBaarar7',L hu. r" PSmSBHaaaaV . - Senator Morris Sheppard, of Texas "S jjmSJBBM -- "aDaaaat " Gov. A. O. Sta.'.'y the National House of Representatives with Governor Stanley for ton years. I had opportunity to observe him closely and to know him well. He soon acquired a position of commanding influence in Congress. He was universally recognized as one of the ablest and most eloquent men in the Federal Legislature. "He had a grasp of the vital facts of history which has rarely been equaled. He had a faoulty of expression which made him an Inval uable champion of his party in any forum. Whenever he rose to speak, he was accorded the most earnest attention. In various national campaigns he was invited to the stump in the different sections of the nation and always delivered an effective and brilliant presentation o f his party's cause." "When the Democratic party was restored to power in the House in 1910, he was selected to conduct one of the principal investigations of the rapacious record of the trusts Under his guidance facts were developed which aided materially In bringing about the complete triumph legislation of the of Democracy in 1912 and In serving as a basis for the notable anti-truWilson Administration. "With Stanley in the Senate the people of Kentucky will be represented by a map superbly "I served In st . Senator Peter G. Gerry, of Rhode Island of-th- "I want to say a word in bohalf can didacy of Governor Stanley, who is seeking election to the United States Senate. "I served with him in the House of Represen tatives and know of his gbtlity, unusual energy, eloquence and forceful Democracy. His record as a publio man is well known for its strong advocacy of progressive ideas. 'Throughout his entire career, he has shown himself a true friend of labor and labor lation and for ail measures that stood for the a of the conditions of the working men. "If electtd, the State of Kentucky would ha vo a representative in the Upper House whom they know would aggressively represent what h e believed to be sound Democratic principles and one who would be a virile supporter of the Pros Ident and the Administration." Without regard to party affiliation a great majority of the Louisville bar gives ringing indorsement to the candidacy of Judge Thomas R. Gordon for the Cqurt of Appeals: The candidacy of Judge Gordon for the Court of Appeals supplies ihe occasion for a word of approval from members of the Louisville Bar. Lawyers who come in daily contact with him are of necessity in the best position to know and speak of Unflagging devotion to the best his record and character. Interests of the public would be a fair and correct estimate of his work. Fcr more than fifteen years Judge Gordon has been a member of the Jefferson Circuit Court. During this long period Fred Forcht Walter E. Huffaker Charles W. Morris Loralne Mix s William Mix Edward Bleomfleld David Housah Ben S. Washer E. J. MeDermott Morton K. Yonts P. J. Cosarove Wm. P. McDonoflh Laura Lee Wehner Pendleton Beckley Geo. L. Everbach R. F. Peak Jas. P. Edwards M. of service, he has always exhibited the highest waits of a judge sterling honesty, genuine ability, and the truest patriotism. No litigant or lawyer ever left his courtroom, winner or loser, that did not have reason to feel that the scales had boon held true. The oath taken by Judge Gordon "To administer justice without respect to persons and do equal right to the poor and to the rich" has been faithfully kept. The Court of Appeals is the Supreme Court of the State. Its announcements of law and rights are equal. To meet the requirements of such a place calls for the best talent, and the most extensive training, and not the least of the necoaaiy Thos A. Barker Alex-- qualifications is experience on the bench. Judge Gordon would bring to our court of last resort not only learning in the law. but the practical wisdom acquired from years of service as a judge. Skill in deciding cases, separating the true from the false, and the right from the wrong, is a labor in which experience plays a big part. The undersigned lawyers In practice here, without regard to partisan political lines, offer their active support, and bear willing and earnest testimony to the claim made for Judgel Gordon to the favorable consideration of all those who are soon to select an Appellate Judge. H. M. Denton Geo. B. Barrett Henry T. Kraft Eugene Hubbard Beckham Overstreet Garner Clark E, J. Bacon A, C. Rueker Ben Chapeze Taylor A. Luman u. N!Leoj. J.cooney Sandman C. C. McMahon I W. S. Sanford l John C. Strother John L. Woodbury ) Jas. A. Speed H. O.'WIIIIama Ben. A. Roth R. W. Bingham George H. Qrevemeyer J. K. Claxton Pratt Dale William Furlong Camden P.. McAtee" P. H. Savage A. J. Bitot Wm. A. Perry Wm. T. McNally Lawrence S. Leopold J. D. O'Leary Thomas Walsh W. T. Godfrey H. H. Gocke E. K. Pennebaker Frank A. Douglass A. H. Veeneman Austin E. Walsh Samuel J. Boldrlek William M. Duffy Lawrence Grauman Nathan Kahn Rodman Grubbs Ell H. Brown. Jr. Joseph Solllnger Dallas E. Furlong Wm. B. Eagles R. T. Burke J. W. S. Clements Eugene R. Attklsson Percy N. Booth Mark Beauchamp Emlle Stelnfeld W. A. Hubbard J. P. Ready Clem W. Hugglns H. T. Kraft S. G. Tate Bennett H. Young Al M. M arret Frank Coylo R. .BJV 2MBVv s- Y? " 'W.M'-S- "'X ?' v ' .BBSi' JBBVyJV II 11 wtfUB&tftShBkX H. N. Luklns Fred Dlefenbach Helm Bruce Keith L. BulHtt Clarence C. Smith Burton Vance Owen D. Duffln James R. Duffln James Hemphill Virgil O. Duffln W. W. Thum W. L. Doolan John L. Sullivan Hugh Johnson A. Scott Bullitt Chas C. Wheeler E, L. Marshall Ernest McPherson Mulr Welsalnger Frank Dacher James Oamett A. C. Van Winkle Henry Tllford C. B. Seymour W. J. Schalch Humphrey Lawrence S. Peston John H. Chandler N. T. White P. S& BBBBBlBBBS I j J. Huflaker Matt O'Deherty John Verser Conner Oscar Harrison D. Moxley ... u. Bradbury Charles W. Mflner .. h. Baumelster D. A. Sarh Morris A. Sich Jos. Q. Sachs, Jr. Jos. O. Sachs F. T. Fox Walter S. Lapp J. Wheeler Campbell Ben Schulman A. J. Carroll Thos. E. Hall Ben F. Washer L. , Laurent A. Douglass I L. R. Curtis John M. Clifford Louis Newman Arthur B. Benslngsr J. B. Weaver J. J. Kavanaugh Henry W. Sanders Isaac L. Stelnfleld L. , Qreene Thomas C. M a pot her Wallaoe A. .McKay D, L. Bedlrsr Kendiiek R. Lewie Brent C. OverHrtt W. QarrtMHi JwmP. Jstensws Gfeas M, D. Elston Sam S. Blitz Albert NUbtt W. J, O'Connor Richard P. Dletzman Martin T. Moran M. Joseph Sehmltt Isaac Sherman O, Q. Everbach Geo. A. Schuler H. L. Means Dayton T. Mitchell Arthur H. Mann Geo. 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