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LOUISVILLEt SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918. 1600 Taxicab, Auto, Loiwrillt Carriage and Taikai Co. BOTH PHONES . Private Ambulance ' lNCORPORATia VOLUiME XLI.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. W w the town havo taken hold with a their power to facilitate the arvengeanco following Mr. Plaschke's rangements for receiving the men's lead, imitating the drawings and contributions. A very extensive orcaricatures on tho fences and walls. ganization covering the manufacturTurn where you may in any part of ing plants of the country has been r town you will see mention of our set up so that every plant may Keystone polico in public places, mntnh ltB hnnor rnll hv n rnntrlhn. In Kentucky Oan Rojolco In tho and go whore you may, no matter Mission Work Among Hop Pickers English Bishop, Sneaks In Washing- Assured For tho United War Work tlon to the welfaro of those whoso Military Sen ices at K. of C. Audl- what the gathering, you will hear uujiivo uvyvai uicieuu. j?iuuuy veiy by Franciscan ton InBehalf of Justice Election of GoTcrnor Friars Campaign For Our Solsome group relating funny anectoriiiiu For Heroic Cath-oll- p elaborate and plans dotes of the "yap" police. Realizing Stanley. and Laymen. to Ireland. dier Boys. havo been mado to Interest tho boys Sister. this the Louisville Herald editor and girls and to bring home to comes forward with a tearful plea them .something of tho spirit of and quotes Col. Petty as saying that sacrltfco which Is Involved In every to criticize the police 1b helping tho Opportunities For Similar Endeav- Determined Findings of 'Convention Every National Catholic Society Xlio Defeat of Shcrlcy a Disgrace to Is act which has to do with the con Soldiers Celebrate Hnllonocn Night enemy. Get tho humor of that. If duct of the war. ors in Our Own Country Louisville and Jefferson Will Not Remain 'Dead Actively Engaged In This rou are robbed and knocked in the The National Catholic War Counat All Barracks and ncad you must not criticize tho I cil has entered Arc Apparent. County. ' fully Into every Letter. Drive. Buildings. Keystone police, whom you are payphase of this work, has done Its ing taxes for, as it might be combest to make tho campaign really fort and aid to the Kaiser and united In fact and In spirit, with '.. Von Hindenburg. No doubt tho Illustration of Lay and Clerical EfOfficially burglars Keystone Polico Now In Splto of Frcscnt Appearances a Civil and Ecclesiastical Authorities the feeling uppermost at all tlme3 i'ackoy McFnrland hold-u- p men will and that since the President nnd Scrgt -Ross has exheartily agree with the learned Recognized By Public fort In Behalf of Seapressed a wish for unity of action Now Darjls Dawning Sliall Bo Honored by Havo Again Started Bov- Herald editor, as it is a knock to and completeness of participation an sonal Laborers. Cartoons. For" Erin. Results. their business and injurious to the Jng Classes. affirmative answer must bo as combig drivo for funds now iDelng con plete as it can bo made. Evory ducted Bishop has emphasized in his pasthe Burglars' and Crooks' K? League. toral letters on tho subject the lm-- v LADIES RENDER GREAT HELP. SUPPORT ASSESS POLICE AND FUtEMEN. FO GOVERNMENT. WILL OBTAIN AMOUNT ASKED. portance of this adherence to the SISTERS The Herald might excuse the RNADY TO RETURN. Keystone polico this past week for President's demand for unity of eftheir failure because of tho fact fort, and It now only rests with that many of tho comedy police had the people themselves to show how The London Universe, In its issue Although the country at largo gone homo to vote, and they say Perhaps the lfcost brilliant Intnr Tho United War Work campaign, far the Joint appeal of the civil and On Wedpesday morning at tho tho fol- national function In the history of which begins on Monday was not kind to President Wilson some of the funny polico took their of September 27, prints and is to ecclesiastical authorities shall be Knights auditorium on and the Democratic party, yet Ken- uniforms to show tho folks "down lowing Item referring to a field of the Catholic University at Washing- last for one week, has been thor- honored by results. tho Poplar Level road military tucky Democrats have no cause to hum" that they were real town con- home missions which for some time ton took place when Right Rev. oughly prepared for in every part services were conducted over tho complain, securing eight out of stables, "by gum." Of course the has attracted tho attention and Bishop Shahan, ttho Rector, enter- of tho United SUNT "SUB" DOWN. remains of Sister Mary Jean, the eleven Congressmen, but 'best of all fact that the comedy coppers could caro of Catholic social workers, tained at luncheon In honor of tho every reason toStates and there is expect tho amount Lorettine nun who died lay folk and clerical, in England: electing Gov. A. O. Stanley as not vote here, being French and English missions, which asked for will be obtained. EveryFred H. KInnarney, one of the seph's Infirmary 'from the at St. Jo Influenza "Tho hop picking season, which came to convoy the greeting of their thing now depends upon tho Senator to succeed Olllo James. The does not worry the administration. spirit Kinnarney twins, sons of Mr. and contracted while caring for election of Gov. Stanley is more as a little thing like tho charter or has Just closed, will bo remembered respective countHes to Cardinal shown by the peoplo themselves as Mrs. James Kinnarney, East Broad Boldiers at Camp Taylor during the tho than gratifying to Kentucky Demo- constitution does not phase tho by hop pickers as one of tho worst Gibbons on the occasion of his representing their interest In tho way, now In the United States navy, past month. Sister Jean was with crats when it is realized that the SearcyJChllton machine. Speaking for many years. Most of tho farms golden eDlsconal jubilee. Ad- - welfare of the men in the service. lias to his credit the sinking of a the first fourteen Sisters who volunRepublican press, led by the Louis- of tho machine, the police wore as- had a very short picking and the dresses wero msfde by Bight Rev. So far as organization can make teered the ville Herald, carried on the most sessed $20 and the firemen $15 for weather was mostly wet and cheer- oiouup oiiuuuu, J.WHU weicumea nis campaign a success it is already the Hun submarine boat. Young Kin- epidemictheir services when as- narney Is a became alarming. Chapvllllfylng and member of the crew of lain Regus cam tho campaign and there was not less. Under these circumstances distinguished guests in tho namo sured, but it is always realized by Barrett was the celepaign ever witnessed in Kentucky even a yelp from near Mayor the work of tho Franciscan Mission of tho university; Bishop Keating. those who havo taken upon them- the United States transport Levia- brant of mass, while Chaplains politics. Even with tho election of Smith or tho holy gentlemen of tho among tho Catholic hop pickers was Right Rev. Bishop Jullen, Msgi. selves the work of preparing the than, formerly t.ho German liner McDermottthe Gov. Stanley tho Herald refused to Men's Federation. Nor was there a one of unusual difficulty. But it Baudrlllart, tho French Ambassador, campaign that unless tho popular Vaterland, tho largest ship afloat. deacon and and Donohuo acted as Tho altar cease Its slanderous policy, and un- kick about Sergeant Boll, who was also proved spiritually "consoling. To and Msgr. Barnes. Bishop Keating, Interest Is adequately manifested nil He pulled tho lever that dropped a was draped In mourning, as Is the which had der tho guise of claiming a still holding down two Jobs, and it Is attend imass in an open Held with of Northampton, expressed himself else, goes for nothing. Whereas a depth bomb on a custom, and tho casket was covpossible chanco for Bruner's sucrumored that Bell is ace high be- tho ground Bodden by continuous as follows on tho question of home few people relatively havo been ventured to fire on tho giant trans, ered with a largo American flag. port. And oil, which then rose to cess has been assailing the choice cause of his special knack for rains and tho rain actually (falling rule for Ireland! busily working for some months the surface, told the story plainer Majors Phillips and Lltig, of tho of the Kentuoky voters. Another handling the colored voters. Neither must do a trial or faith, yet on "No such scheme of past, It will tho millions gratifying feature to Kentucky did Chief Petty havo discharged the two Sundays the faith and devo- among lEngllslitspeaklng Catholics Americans In bo for coming week of than words. German prisoners on base hospital, with their staffs wore this to hoard the big ship said that tho present to pay tribute to Sister Democrats is that there are no drunken policeman who was hold- tion of a large number of hop can bo complete or satisfactory attention (actional differences, the Beckham-Btanlo- y ing on tho semaphore at Fourth and pickers stood tho test. Hundreds of which docs not include tho ancient, concentrateIn their and to give upon German Admiralty would rather Jean, and eight soldiers acted as the work hand as sink the former Vaterland than any Tho big auditorium feud having been ended, Green or the soUsed cop who locked them wore present at the masses glorious and ever faithful church liberally as they havo always was about Red Cross It Is nurses ana 'filled with are and this means with all our soldier up tho (boys and had to be trans- said at tho various centers. Most of of St. Patrick. fcFor strange as it when appealed to In tho past. given otner ship sailing tho seas. n.uns who still on every the goal Captain's boys coming back and a full party ported back to the barn in the pa- these Catholic hop pickers carao sounds, it Is th(church of St. PatSo far as the Catholic part of tho ambition. of duty at tho camp, and' with" the The Leviathan left voting strength Kentucky will elect trol. 'Reform comes high but wa from tho East End of London rick that has seen the foremost campaign Is concerned everything is many xmaplalns from the school October 11 with memberd of Whltechapel, Wapplng, a Democratic Governor next year, must havo it. Poplar, ovangolist In tl'e English tonguo ready. Notwithstanding Eighty-fourt- h on formed an entirely new picture for Division Tower Hill, Bermondsey and the and that has planted or replanted culties under which they the diffi- tne Morrow or no Morrow to tho conhavo had board, Kinnarney .wrote his mother. a funeral. Even the .heavens general feeling of those who wit- the faith in every land where that to labor by reason of trary PARADE TONIGHT. nessed these Sunday masses in tho tongue Is spokeii It Is the church made upon their time the demands She landed ber load at Brest and seemed to Join in paying trlbuto to The result in Louisville, however, by Jean, The big parade Inaugurating tho wet fields was that the East End of St. Patrick ghat has colonized demic the clergy in every the epi- vas on tho way homo with wounded Bister "the as the rain beat heav, carries no joyful qualms to ily on Catholic of the or the best element of citizen- United War Work campaign will clergy may well ibo proud of many this great Tepajflle and every do- dloceso havo responded to the calls SDldlers and German prisoners on all through root morning auditorium tho mass. As on about 2Q0 ship, as the defeat of Congressman take place tonight, and will doubt-les- or xneir pansnioners." minion of the British crown with made upon them and have delivered board when fired prove one of the most notable The missionary work among hop church foullders$and schbol build- to tho nearest United var Work miles out. Tho big transport Im- we so often hear said of tho soldiers Hherley was not only a party" blo'w killed on but a knock to tho town as well. and patriotic outpourings ever wit pickers In England Is an Interest- ers, with JBishov and priests, with headquarters the lists of workers mediately swung about and made mado the the field of battle. "Ho supremo So Louisville will bo singled out for nessed In Louisville. There will bo ing Illustration of combined lay religious me aifi jrpm.ei and with asked of them. All the Catholic for tho spot whero the sub had we can now say of sacrifice" Mary Sister gone down. And then it happened! years to come as a town, that re handsome floats' and special feat- and clerical effort In behalf of sea- a laity which seta no bounds tb Its societies bavo put at tho disposal of Fred Hoortz Kinnarney, whoso Jean, who gave her life on the fused to support the President in ures by the Knights of Columbus. sonal laborers. Bertrand W. Dovas, generosity and loyalty. very tho campaign leaders the services of In patriotism time of war and by a combination the Y, CM. O. A.. .Y. M,.H, A.. In a pamphlbt entitled Work in the age the eyes of the greatest leaders their bes.t speakers, so that every twin Is William Mayer Kinnarney, altar of In October, at Camp Zachary 1918. She may years old. Ho was Taylor of negroes and Wilson haters .sent Y. W. C. A., the Satvatlon Army Hop Gardens, published by the Cath- In the fEngllsh'i,eMrch .have been national Catholic society may bo Is twenty-fou- r a member of the No. 5 Hook and be forgotten by some who knew unknown lawyer to. Congress in and others. There wlU be JHtoatiip-tion- s. olic Truth Society, prefaces his turned in tonnte -- Expectation to- Bald to be in actively engaged. her, tout Swagar- - Sherley, a asd fireworks m all solatia treatise with the following seu- - ward the ehunfc'rflKV St. Patrick, tnrough its recognized leaders, in Ladder Company under Capt. Car- - nursed at the men she so tenderly OMWWW the camp will always reroil Doioro he enlisted last June 4. Ptov 'Yfll,Mn In 4lhtAdMliLHb& am to TMBimA A imcn; JjaMMfffft Vi J'""" lagthguccess of the united Ftejikea. Itenwelljn.the navy,, ho, member ner sweet smile and voice lenAirm ilil varM iw'rateri.oT the campaign fn ous, wnose worer-"VMmKMmmBmmfzmt 'ofthe in garranged by Marvin H. 'la be-- the hopping season an lif Uio servree."rj' StT .lllPfllSSPewWswSfBhl V Lewis, and became tho Irish Catholic University.. weaMedes explained that the do .ojgrseas is steadily growing in of Cherley can be attributed to Chairman of tho Speakers' Bureau, personally acquainted with tho confeat English Catholics today are no importance and -- the iiemands upon Sisters can nowplaeea goMvstar LOYAL the absence of our soldier and sailor for Monday evonlng at 8 o'clock at ditions under which tho pickers live loss warm in their affection or less whom call lor ever incrteasDgsums, In the window of their convent ooys (80 per cent, being Demo- tho First Christian church. Two and work in that part of Kent. The eager for For tho are naturally showing a keen InTho Knights of Columbus "The latest testimony to tho fidel- home. negro distinguished speakers have been Anglican locum tenens of a neigh- moment indeed tho horizon Is over terest In the success of tho crats), the unprecedented work ity of tho Irish peoplo comes from extend their sincere sympathy to vote and the vote of the Kaiser fol- secured for this occasion, and an boring parish took the opportunity clouded by maddening political In- and are heartily lowers in tho Second, Third and unusually, interesting musical pro of writing to the Bishop to Inform trigues, which havo put Ireland in effectively with tho appointeesand tho English Jesuit, Father Vaughn. the relatives of Sister Mary Jeap Fourth wards. The Democratic gramme has .been arranged. There him of tho number of Catholics en- a false position before tho world. the Bishops In each diocese to of Ho recently was asked the pointed as well as to tho Sisters of her community. leader added that many German will be other features out of the gaged in tho gardens and to sug- With those political intrigues the sure that every possible evidence in- question: "Do you think of Although camp was strictly the gest that the Franciscans whom as Irish and supported ordinary. hierarchy considers itself Catholic Interest and generosity Irish peoplo nie as religiousthat they quarantined, thenumber of as a halloween The first speaker will be Francis a High Churchman, ho seems to bound to deal, because the Irish win De manifested aurlng the Democratic ticket, but the same tho week were?" Without hesitation the em- parties were held by tho soldiers on class who knifed Cronan last year B. Sayre, of President havo known well sfiould undertake peoplo are accustomed to look for of November inent Jesuit answered: Friday ovenlng. Just as they did knifed Sherley this year just to Woodrow Wilson, who will bo fol- an annual mission. The vicar was guldanco to their clergy In temporal The "If you were to judge of the at homo, tho mon decorated their revenge themselves on Wilson, who lowed by Lieut. Bruno Roselll, of not very pleased with the action of as well as spiritual matters, ibut the perhaps Knights of Columbus, more than any other of tho or- religion of a peoplo by the absence, dlfforents barracks and buildings will be the best friend of the Ger the Italian army. Lieut. Roselll his subordinate, but the Bishop English Hierarchy, like the Ameri- ganizations of crime, by the purity of their with pumpkins and corn stalks and man people at tho peace conference. will tell something of Italy's place made tho suggested application to can hierarchy, are vory differently to seo the concerned, are anxious women amount oversubscribed. and the Innocence of their tho regular order of refreshments Speaking of tho soldier vote, tho In the Avar and conditions in Italv the Provincial and received the situated. Their commitments In this country, children, Ireland docs not seem to wero served. At building No. demonstration at the Court House during wartimo. Ho will also de- promise that a mission would be "We have nothing to do with large though they be, long ago be- bo falling away from her grand where Tom Dolan, of Louisville, 6, is election day when many soldiers scribe fighting in the Alps, and em sent out In tho following year." party politics anywhere. But this came secondary to what In England wo aro fond of In charge, an elaborate celebration and sailors were" deprived of their phasize the necessity of a continu Thus Mr. Deyas sketches tho be- I can say, that tho British public sitated by tho transfer ofwas neces- Ideals. a census such vast taking was held, with our old favorites. of church-goinvotes bodes no good to tho local ance of America's aid to the various ginnings of tho work, to the latest In general, and BiHlsh Catholics in numbers overseas. Great as was folk. It would bo easier In Ireland Cy Reinhart and Will Green, In tho Republican machine, and tho fact war woik agencies represented lu evidence of which the Universe re- particular, aro determined that the tho difficulty of enlisting tho serv- to take a census of those who do umengni. uy was in line voice and In the Item quoted. Tho friars findings of the Irish that County Clerk Neutzel'a depu- the United War Work campaign. fers convention ices of a sufficient number of street, as tho evening grow older ho grew Take Gardiner ties, Itlchter, wero greatly assisted at that time by shall not remain a doad letter, and retaries for the camps In tho sec- not go. havo been Schuster, Lochner, spending tho better. Capt. Walsh, of the headfirst vhero I Koop and others, were out at the FUITON MEEnAN. the laity, particularly tho tertlaries. we shall give our support 'en masse' year of tho war, the numerical dlffl season. It is never empty and quarters company, was host to his polls workiug against In 1905 a small band of priests. to the Government when It Incorpo- culty was tremendously President Increased and The marriage of Miss Margaret nuns, inaies ana laymen established rates those findings in a new and with the transfer of the troops to nearly always full. During tho yeai men, boys after tho affair was over plea did not set well with Wilson's than 360,000 peoplo go to voted Capt. Walsh as the the boys who wanted to voto, and Fulton, of Bardstown, to Sergeant themselves In Kent at the beginning final home rule measure. Tho red Trance, and a still further serious more communion In this one chuich, tho number on holy best the programme. Sergeant Sherley Cunlff, who was Barry J. Median was solemnized of tho hop picking season. The hand of Ulster can not be allowed complication is apprehended during and on tho first Friday of tho Almost every member of tho band Injured at the front in France, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at mission was made a permanent In- to wreck any moro statutes. As- tho period when tho soldiers will month I havo seen between 5,000 played a solo and their jazz music voiced the opinion of many when ho tho chapel of the Right Rev. Denis stitution and was extended outside cendancy must end in Iroland, as it bo awaiting their return to holy was 6,000 souls the said the local Republican party O'Donaghue. Tho coromony took the boundaries of Kent. At a must end in Prussia and elsewhere. homes. It would appear that their and one morning.at I citecommunion sion delightful. From Capt. exprestho one tho examof the soldiers Walsh would havo some tall explaining to place In the presence of the two Provincial chapter of the Fran-flar- s No British party, certainly no safeguards by which tho men have ple of Gardiner street. I am & will never havo a chanco to get into do later. Incidentally the fawning immediate families. Tho bride Is of the Capuchin Jteform hold British Government, will ever again Deen surrounded In this country guest here, but St. Francis Xavler's Berlin alone, as the boys say they on the negro by tho (Republican tho daughter of Judge and Mrs. on September 8, 1005, it was de- be willing to play Ulster's hand or since they first entered the service has no monopoly on Dublin's piety. will follow him leaders means that the negro will John Fulton, of Bardstown. Ser- cided that an annual mission perpotuate tho Intolerable do not find a satisfying counterpart What wo see hero may be witnessed swim the Rhine. if they have to to seek to bo an issue boforo tho next election geant Meehan, who is tho son of hop pickers should form part of the situation which has wrought misery on the other side. This situation la almost any church In tho city Packey MoFarland, Sergeant and the white people have already Mr. and Mrs. William T. Meehan, Is regular work of tho order In that to so many generations. gives rise to a very natural aad throughout Ireland. Till you Ross and company began to make begun to suffer on street cars and Top Sergeant of tho Headquarters country, and by the end of tho "Gentlemen, in spite of present nnxlety In contemplation of tho can wipe tho sun out of the heavens, tho fur 'fly this week when they In public places for the coddling of Company, Camp Taylor. same season those who had per- appearances, a now day is dawning period In tll negroes Iho negro voter. Tho sonally engaged on tho mission de- for our sister isle; a day of political fighting which the strain of actual into you can stop tho river running opened their classes at the audiwill you can change have disappeared. tho sea, forced the Stato Republican ComWILLLVM M'GRATH. termined that an essential part of freedom, material prosperity, and of Whatovor ill effects may bo expect- day into night, till will be useless to torium. "Packey"' and thohis men 8 o'clock work it morning mittee to move from the Seelbach their work should be to follow up striking intellectual development. It ed from laxity in tho official at- talk about a want of .faith and until from every day. In As soon as 12 William McGrath. seventy-eigHotel becauso tho latter manageIn London, as far as possible, the Is to the new Ireland that our eye3 titude toward these conditions in fervor In tho Celtic race for their boxers are developed a number of e ment wouldn't allow tho negro crap years old, for years yard- - cases of lapsed or negligent Cath aro turned in hopo. for when tho France, and no less in England, can religion. They are just steeped In houts will bo arranged among the Shooters and dlvo politicians to rldo master ror tne L. & N. at Ninth olics whom they had met In Kent. Irish problem Is solved then tho only bo offset by increased effective- If, saturated in it, it Is bubbling all men. on the elevator with tho white and Kentucky streets, died Wednes- among ness of such services as this cam- over them. Faith Is woven Into in 180b it was discovered, largely problem of The three K. of C. Secretaries In guests of the hotel. Negro gam- aay night at his residence. 1216 through tho efforts of lay helpers g be bolngs. charge of colored activities at blers are not punished in tho Police Garvin place. Mr. McGrath suffered termed scouts, that a largo numbor solved with It to Catholics will ad- paign is designed to provide and tho vory texture of their the enormous sustain. Tho fact is that at no Spirituality Is their meter." building No. 2 aro charged with Court, negro burglars and holdup a stroke of apoplexy the night be- of hop pickers wero Catholics. These vantage both of the church and of time since days of the call the the responsibility of the 3,000 mon men do not fear the Keystone po- fore. Ho is survived by his widow, wore canvassed and told when and human Bociety. For tho world of to arms has first In tho Development Brigade which CHURCH OF OUR LADY. lice, and tho white people of Louis- Mrs. Kato McGrath, and five chil- where mass would next bo cele- English thought and speech In wait- great for just the necessity been so this kind of work as has been built next to their headville face a reign of terror with the dren, J. J. McGrath. of Jackson brated. This work of the men wan ing for its soul. Even moulded In It will bo during the period, The Republican administration afraid ville, Fla.; Mrs. John R. Martin, of supplemented by that of tho ladles. matorial clay, It is a thing of promises to bo a long one, In which having blessing of tho service flag, quarters. These men aro confined e stars, of tho to quarters and need a great deal which and unable to hold tho negroes in Clarksvllle, Tenn.; Mrs. L. J. wnom xne picKers termed "Ladle3 beauty, with its fine natural ormen are being returned to Church of Our Lady, Rudd avenue, of attention and entertainment. CamozzI, Miss Mame McGrath and of tho Mass" and who conducted a ganism, Us lovo of democratic gov- the check. Watch this prediction. their homes. Tho Knights of which wa3 postponed on account of Secretaries Lane and Shields aro Davy Hose, Chairman of the William McGrath, of Louisville. His hospital tent or hosnltal cott&irn. ernment, Its sense of justice and Columbus know from their experi- the "flu," will take place on Sun- working on a prorgamme for ThursBoard of Works and official spokes- funeral was held yesterday after- sold milk In tho evenings, provided honor, its loathing 'for falsehood, ence at tho front how great tho day morning, November 17, at 30 day evenlpg of man, got a call down from the noon, tho Interment being In St. and superintended reading rooms double dealing, selfish ambition and need Is, and they may bo expected o'clock. After the procession'9: of wh6n this area tho coming week, will of Aldormen Wednesday LouJeT cemetery. Board and rooms for letter writing, and all the other vices of the superman. to leave nothing undono to obtain a tho sodalities of the church thoro the regular Thursday Ibe added to night night, sonle members Intimating through a St. Clare's fund Lot tho spirit of God be breathed considerable oversubscription of tho will be high mass, with augmented of tho Knights of Columbus circuit enterBAN IS OFF. that things woro being put over by and by friendly advlco aided In the upon it, let it but ibo quickened by amount asked for. choir and orchestra. At 7:30 p. ni. tainers. Davy's board, and tnus far (Messrs protection of girls who lived amt-i- . the touch of the supernatural, then Many of tho nuns who havo been If tho army in Europe is to be, as there will bo solemn vespers and The Stato Board of Health, in difficult homo surroundings. Urumleve ana Minor, tne sue; wo see a has working in in khaki, members, have not stated their vi session Wednesday at the Seolbach, ana men workers supplied Ladles shall the face ofmarvelous creation, and been stated, an army Columbus benediction and blessing of the pitals have the two emergency hosenter- and tho earth will bo If every Knight of grotto of Our Lady of d returned to their conof the caso. The Lower Uoard.Ied lifted tho Influenza ban and thea- tainments, and under careful su renewed." hut Is to bo a conter of Instruction Lourdes. The sermon will bo ap- vents during the week, although statesman, Nick ters and churches In Louisville will pervision aided tho moor In a by that sterling as may happen, then new demands propriate and will bo delivered by a there are still about thirty-fiv-e at Oenunzlo, tabled the matters in bo allowed to open Sunday, and material way. All of those underHONORED FOR BRAVERY. will havo to bo mado by them upon Dominican father. The large choir the camp. All aro In good health question, but the public has hopea schools and other places now takings assisted the mission work the Catholic educational forces of will bo under the direction of Prof. and ready to return at any time that tho Board of Aldermen may closed can open next Monday. The of the friars, who as we havo stated Private J. Drlscoll, a former Ken- tho country, and large expenditures John Recktenwald at both services. they are needed. rise again, and maybe some night board also granted tho United War above have continued the beneficent tucky boy, has been cited for will Tho Chaplains' Training School some one will want to know why Work representatives permission to spiritual labors begun thirteen years bravery and awarded tho British sary havo to bo met for the necestoxt books and hooks of refclosed Its sixth session last week, WOUND PROVED FATAL. city purchased a house motor-bo- hold their rally Friday night at ago. the Military Medal for bravery in fight- erence. Indeed every now phaso of when thirteen Catholic Driest were or what was (made on the tho First Christian church and the Tho suggestion offers llnnlf thnt ing in the d advance, In the war seems to present somo new Private Carl L. Kirchdorfer, Bat graduated and received their com who parades all over Center street carnival and tho State on similar work should be taken up the vicinity of Oboserskava, Septem- problem which can not bo ade- tery F, Fifteenth Field Artillery, missions. They are Rev. Fathers Tho question was also Saturday. made It. more energetically in our own ber 29. The dispatch states quately was mortally wounded In action In George W. Pax, Daniel P. O'Don-nel- l, raised, what about the costly. street country. The hop fields of Wash- In the face of heavy machine that American solved In keeping with the Franco on October 4, according to gun Francis P. Qulnn, John F. Mc cleaning machine expensive street SPLINTER CAUSED DEATH. ington, the pea fields, the sugar fire young Drlscoll worked his ma- ture of Ideal without the expendiresources never before telegram received from laughlin, George J. Zentirraff. sweepers, etc. This is a timely beet fields, tho strawberry patches chine gun In a covering movement drawn upon for similar purposes. an official tho War Department by his parents, James P. Towoy, Thomas J. Mc- Raymond question, as with all tho expensive Esterle, and peach orchards all of these of tho n troops to Aside from tho work expected to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kirchdor Jiltcnen, Georgo J. Moorman. .Tohn machinery the streets look like No son of Mrs. Ellzaboth Esterle, offer splendid opportunities for re- the bridge at Verst 458. By his bo done whero people volBarr Man's Land, dirt, dust and filth be- CIO Bishop- - street, died of lock- ligious and social endeavor by the bold action and determined resist- largo local organizations, live by tho fer, 1317 Do servlco streot. He1917, A. Langton. John D. Sullivan In July, William J. Boylo. Patrick J. Behan which are unteered for ing prominent, and some say the jaw Monday afternoon at Sts. Mary American clergy and laity. Many ance he greatly helped in beating off the great dependence success, and has been overseas since De ancT William F. Mullally. Influenza and pneumonia epidemic and Elizabeth Hospital as the result canneries, quarries and section counter attacks. Private Drlscoll noteworthy preparations for was have been cember 8 last. Kirchdorfer may be caused by our dirty streets. of a splinter In his foot. He was camps on railroads supply another was born and In Frankfort. years old, and before regard to certain special twenty-thre- o MEMORIAL TO AJIERIOA. Responding to the publle recog- taken to the hospital Friday when problem et a similar nature, as do Before entering reared service he was made In of the the campaign. Thus In entering tho array was a collector. Mr. his condition became serious. Be- also ether sorts of seasonal labor engaged in the automobile business features nition of our comedy police, the Catholic colleges, as In all other A sister, Mlsa Corlnne Kirchdorfer, The Municipal Council of BorPlasehke, the gifted artist of the sides his mother he Is 'survived by which Involve migration of the in Detroit. He Is a nephew of coueges, are .being. is seriously in tno result or a deaux, JTrance. has voted a. nh. Louisville Times, portrayed the several sisters. Funeral services workers. Surely we should aot Frank Drlscoll, of this eity. and a asked to tne stuaents measure of nervous collapse asand was not give to the scrlptlon of 100,000 francs toward Keystone eoppers in his eomie page were held Wednesday afternoon neglect sueit excellent opportunities eousla of the Rev. D. A. Drlscoll, ability. In the eamps thel formed of her brother's death, as it a tuna ueing raised to erect a of semaphore views last Saturday from the resldedee with burial in for wholesome .ostrHctlve effort. secretary te U,-RlRev, Bishop Knights of Columbus secretaries was feared that the shock might memorial la honor of America at afid made a big bit, and the kids of St. Michael's eometerr. C. B. of O. V. ba been Instructed to do sell in eause her death. 0'Doiufaue. the mouth of the Garonne river. DEMOCRATS ENGLAND. HOME RULE SUCCESS CAMP NEWS ri' c-- ts, mud-slingi- ng sub-deaco- n. U-b- pall-beare- rs. at Ho-fcok- Demo-"ora- ts 3, -- " I -- wms&mi? - Tne-caiw- M' -- to yri',' German-America- ns son-in-la- w 11-1- 8. g ht fifty-thre- English-speakin- sixty-nin- nowly-erecte- at Russo-AUIe- flfteen-yoar-o- ld Franco-America- - J I in-th- t "? w ' ? V1 "'' SGisraDrroKcir Ovists: -- jaa?ascioA3- - v. , "fr.. KENTUCKY c IWSfl-.flMERIGflf- COMING EVENTS. "i Euchre and lotto for St. Louis Bertrand church debt building fund - In Bertrand Hall, afternoon and evenltfg. " November 22 1 PUBLISHED EVERY, SATURDAY. to the Sochi and Moral Advancement of Ifkh Americans nd Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. A PRAYER. town; SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Each one a replica of thee, Each bears a cros3 to Calvary. Matter. Pottolllce , KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Second-CU- Incorpor.tei. Publishers Who march from hamlet, field and Father, protect our boys in hrown Attractive Fall Styles in Women's High Boots BOSTON SHOES FOR WOMEN NEVER CAME TO VS IN A GREATER VARIETY OF SMART STYLES. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these, colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Home Phono City 7638 HUNGER'S CHILE Entered at the Loutivllle to the Displayed In the Windows Are S Shoes For AH Occasions and to Meet Every Requirement. Highland 1033 JOS. V. SPANLNGER GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS ., 070 Baxter Avenno CAFETERIA fcMrm tlf Cemmuntoatlon KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wt Qrstn St, Be with them on the Moody field; Be thou their armor and their shield. Whisper to thoso so sorely tried "Hold firm thy Comrade stands be- ouy I 5 FOR GEO. 458 South Fifth Street LADIES AND GENTLEMEN MA- - side." F. 731-73- CHINE CO. BREITENBTEIN -.. When 'far from friends and mothor 3 East Alain Street care, Bo with them there toe with thoni Automobile Repairing, Engines, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- OUISVILLE, KY thero. chlnory Repairs Promptly Attended "No greater love hath man than To. Home Phone City 1533. this." tho Y. M. H. A., tho Salvation Army, IMPORTANT TO CATHOLICS. etc. It Is needless to tell you that Be untoi them the love they miss. The .National Committee on Cath- I am In hearty sympathy with this Father, behold how straight they Phono City 2923; Resldenco 708 J. M. BUOKNER hope that and olic War Records has been directed movement,amountsincerely subscribed stand, tho full will be CnARLES BALLMAIER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST by the Administrative Committee or and that Kentucky will do Its part These boys of our beloved land! 230 East Market Street every means possible In that great work. The service Oh, hrlng them safely home again, Bishops to use The illustration correctly portrays just one style. Many others in 000 West Slain Street prayer. Amen. Between Brook and Floyd for tho purpose of securing an rendered by these excellent organi- This is our fervent Goff Schwarz. today's window. Florenco Louisville, Ky. Incalculable and PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND zations accurate and complete record of all lasting has beentoof our soldiers and benefit SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty Catholic American activity In the sailors In this war, and I know of present "war. This aspect of the no cause which deserves the liberal HOME SPOT CANTEEN TnE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. National Catholic War Council can and generous consideration of our people more than does this one. GENERAL MERCHANDISE FOR not be too strongly emphasized. Ooko Station, Cnmp Taylor, Ky. Liberty Those who subscribed In SOLDIERS Unless we make provision for the Loan campaigns deservethe many Everything for the Soldiers in 4ir--t FOURTH'" AVENUE history of Catholic patriotism andinstances Cigars, Restaurant uch credit, but In that Soft Drinks, Candles, Cigars, William C. (Bud) O'Brien is hero Tobacco. effort In this war we shall too guilty YOIK. mey were jiiuiuuk a saie inThe Right Placo lor FIRST CLASS SERVICE Right Prices. can never be vestment by buying tho honds of off a furlough from Fort Oglethorpe, of a neglect which O. 4203 S. 9192-coming cam Ca. remedied and of a mistake which this Government. The paign of the United War Work orIsla Eberhard, Mari Feddler, CathHIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Both Phones If we ganizations is, however, a higher can never .be retrieved. .Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. O'Brien erine Murphy, Alma Pecar, Estelle Both Phones 2406 fall to establish authentic record test of the patriotism and generosity are now occupying their new home King, Helen Garrett, Roxanna WarPOULTRY FOOD AND ' den, Esther Marie" 'Cahlll. & 0 0, of bur civic and religious activities, of our people, for In that they are on Eastern Parkway. SUPPLIES giving to tho worthiest of causes and If we fall to record all tho noble without hope of any monetary re Adolph Routllnger Miss Lilly Warren has returned Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schrank, of DIVISION 8. Free Advico on Poultry and work being done by American turn. Nevertheless tho good which from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Adams, Wis., announce the marriage Pet Diseases INSURANCE First and third Fridays, Hibernian Catholics, we are robbing the church Is done by these splendid organiza- E. C. Lilly, at Taylorsvllle. of their daughter, Miss Elta Mario TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 0 Home, Portland, SHOP schrank, to Lieut. Francis Henry of tho futuro of inspiration, of ex- tions is one of such a beneficent and PLATE GLASS 210 WEST MARKET STREET President John M. Riley. Mrs. S. Gruber, of Portland, has Towne, of Elroy, Wis. our country The mar ample and of Interpretation. History lasting character that practical re- been enjoying Quick Delivery Vice Presldont Walter Murphy. 123 SOUTH THIRi) STREET will receive Immense a delightful visit riage was solemnized on Saturday, can not bo written on the day on turns as well as moral returns upon with relatives In New York. Secretary John Financial J. November 2, by the Rev. Father Brey at Holy Cross, rectory. Lieut. Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. ENGRAVERS which it is made, and the object of tho Investment. Permit me thereA. Recording Secretary John A. Miss May Rogers has been spend- Towno is stationed, at West Point. tho National Committee on Histori- fore, through you, to express my Martin. SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPAN5 good wishes for the succes3 ing the week in Lexington, visiting cal Records Is to collect for careful cordial campaign, BUILDER Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Miss Alice Hinkebeln. of New Al of the and especially that Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Rogers. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS every record and docu- the people of Kentucky who have Shee-haSergeant-at-Arm- s preservation Martin bany, entertained fbr Miss Kathryn ELECTROTYPERS Miss Nancy Belle Johnson ment which tell the story of Cath- responded so generously has Mead, of Columbus, and so Ind. Her MONTGOMERY STREET 2431 Sentinel Thomas Noone. nobly in every call for war service been 'visiting hor grandmother, Mrs. guests were Misses'" Hazel Gatterer, olic activity. 335 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky, will not fall In this one. Very Martha Johnson"Tat New Haven. isaDeiio Liest, Doioretta Qouldlng, Home Phono Shawnco 1010 The National Committee on His- sincerely yours, Home Phone City 5674 Beatrice Wilkerson' and Catherine torical Records has adopted the Mr. artd Mrs. C. F. Heick and Koch; Messrs. Joseph Hoffman and "J. C. W. BECKHAM." DIVISION 4. SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS slogan that every Catholic should FRANK A. OHLMANN children have returned from Paris, James Howard, of Louisville: John Meets second and fourth Mondays, Connolly, Frank Hinkebeln, Joseph spent two weeks. AND DEPOSED BANK make his contribution to the history This Is the month of the Holy Ind., where they Bertrand Hall, Sixth street Llest and Clarence Gatterer. 000 East Franklin Street, f tho church's activity in the war. Souls In Purgatory. Lot us help Fourth and Central Avenue President John J. Barry. Miss Caroline Hopkins has been The committee Is desirous of ob- to shorten tho time of their suffer- visiting her sister, Mrs. William A. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Miss Isabelle Lelst entertained a GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Recording Secretary Lawrence taining letters from the parents and ing. What, wo do for them now Hough, Military Park, Fort Thomas. number of friends at a Halloween Deposits. A General Banking BusiCumb. Main 967-masquerade party at her home, 631 D. Meany. relatives of the eoldiers, photo- they will repay a hundred fold when ness Transacted. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sullivan, who East Eighth street, New Albany. Her graphs of all those connected with they" are admitted Into heaven. were visiting at Connersvllle, Ind., guests were Misses Dolorotta Qould- Langan, 734 West Oak street. Phono City 4131 Homo Phone City 2845 local war activities, clippings from Treasurer John F. Burke. Hlnkcboin, are again at home In Jeffersonvllle. lng, 'Alice Beatrice ' Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard the local newspapers, accounts of Wllkenson, Frances, Bedan, BERNARD FENZ Hazel All the heroes and heroines of BATH'S CAFE Irma Brown, Zylpha Miss Minnie Hoertz was tho Gatterer, meetings held for war purposes In religion are not on the firing line. M. J. McDermott. EVERYFOR YOUR GROCERIES Sentinel week-en- d guest .which Catholics have taken a part, There are the many also who serv? Edgar Busath, of her sister, Mrs. Lelst, Lucille Wllkenson, Thelma THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Messrs. Albert Wolfe, on tho Bardstown Koohler; AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor and all other material and informa- and work amid the sick in the road. Promptness and Satisfaction Clark Belvly, Joseph Lelst, Frauk THANKSGIVING. tion "which will ono day bo of value camps and hospitals and risk and Guy Hinkebeln, John Connolly, 421 East Jefferson Street 441 East St. Catherine Robert Oates, Clarence Thanks be to God for the light and Mrs. Alice Curran, who was the Priestly, to the historians of give their lives for others. in furnishing guest of her niece, Mrs. Alex Nash, Gatterer and Maurice Lel&t. the darkness, Phone City 6692 the war the documents which will "BOUTHEBN STAR" Thanks he to God for the hall has returned to her home at Bards H. Platoff, Prest. tell of tho nohle effort of the CathThanksgiving day is casting town. SISTERS ARE NURSING. and tho snow; SLICED BACON s. I. Bush, olic church In tho United States. shadow before it. Thanks bo to God for shower and Indeed we PLATOF)? & BUSH Sixteen nuns came from Cincin'AM Ka4r for Yosr Griddle Mrs. Bessie JRlley Hill, of Nash sunshine, Every "bit of help in compiling the have many things to bo grateful tk4 Incorporated to afternoon Thanks be to God for all things MoraiHg" Rational Catholic war records will for. It Is well for us to count our ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. natirouteLexington Monday regions in GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND grow; to the mountain Mackoy, on the Bardstown en James that count for the honor of church and blessings in order that we may duly road, BUILDERS Eastern Kentucky .to aid In fighting Thanks bo to God for the lightning MAU9, LARD, 8AU8AOS country, and for the' glory of the appreciate them. situa-- Rnnrlnl .Aitantlem Tn Ifrnnlr Wnrlr the. influenza epidemic. , The and tempest, WW; JftLJLJBQ: -- , ofcerfy-j&Ffii8ke: Miss Louise Grady, of Bowline tlon was sHll had nlnup tho Ohio- "Thanks5 offering their life's yf ". Drr Beard for woe: 5od 'and oprsffA women who, in. . Having been without mass for a GreonA was there this' week visltlne and Kontucky,j-ftilEPadOFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST, (Iorporat4.) her aunt", Mrs. Joe Grady, .Payne reported from Van Lear forty new Thanks be to God for his own great their husbands, sons and brothers, monthy .more, devout than over street. cases and one death. Twenty nuns goodness, y- - -- " Home Phone Shawnee 803 are giving of their heart's iblood for tomorrow, and don't' "act gingerly SAM arrived at Van Lear, and ten wero Thanks be to God for what Is Is (lod and right. All communications when the contribution box comes so; John A. Duffy, Deputy Circuit sent to Prestonsburg and four to HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR CUerk, reports the arrival of a llttlo Jenkins. Thanks be to God when the harvest should be addressed to the Secre- around. Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Is plenty, Democrat at his home, 962 Seventh tary, Rev. Peter Gullday, WashingDIED AT OAMP. street. Thanks bo to God when the barn Tin Roots Itepalred and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOS ton, D. C. The Board of Trade has for its' Is low; Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 1815 8. Twenty-slxt- h years Thanks bo to God when our pockets St. Antolne Metz, twenty-seve- n Among the. Louisville people somotto: "Wo can, wo will, in LouisHONOR AT STAKE. are empty, 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone journing In New York tho past week old, a soldier well known here, died ville," and then sends to Cincinnati Shawnee 368 Thanks bo to God when again ?rere E. J. Miller, E. O. Lang and of pneumonia at Camp Grant, 111., according to word received Monday they o'erflow; The combined war work drive Is for an expert accountant to examine J. Norton. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LKARY CM. by his relatives. Hallway Company's He was tho son Thanks be to God that the mass at hand. The forces are organized, the Street Loans to those having regular inhell and steeple Mrs. Amanda Kaye has had as of the late Mrs. Modcsta Metz, 2738 Headquarters for . enthusiasm is awakened and every- books. Aro heard and seen throughout comes or salary, with no publicity her guest the past week hor grand- West Main street, and leaves seven thing in readiness for taking up or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPSM daughter, Miss Amelia Blanton, of brothers, Joseph, Edward, Lewis, Erin's green Isle; INJURY WAS FATAL. See us about anything la nti Alex., Ignatz, Robert and William. Thanks bo to God that tho priest on their personal security. the huge collection. On the other New Haven. estate, We sell, buy and rest. The funeral took place Tuesday and the people hand It la well known that in some F. R. POOLEY, Qulnn, Mrs. Ellen widow of Are ever united In danger and Room 1, Courier-JournMrs. Owen Mann, Crescent Hill. afternoon from the family residence quarters there is yet apathy against Thomas Qulnn, was seriously in 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Building, trial; been entertaining as a visitor and the burial was in St. Michael's the drive because Catholics are In- jured by being struck by an auto- has sister, Mrs. F. H. Haydon, of cemetery. 415 S. Fourth Street. Home Phone City 4464. Thanks bo to God that the brave her cluded in It. These people are loath mobile driven hy Charles Gohmann, warroasDurg. sons of Erin Have the faith of their fathers T. B. YANN DAIRY COMPANY BISHOP AGAIN ACTIVE. to give monoy to tho Knights of New Albany, Tuesday night, died WJI. P. BANNON far over the sea; Louis Bertrand Rellly is handing Columbus. Now If Catholics are not Wednesday at St. Edward's Hospital The Right Rev. Arthur Thariks he to God that Erin's fair from tho effects of the shock. Mrs. out smokes on tho arrival of a exceedingly generous, if our people Qulnn was ninety-tw- o INCORPOAXTHD daughters CONTRACTING PLASTERER of Baton Rouge, Bishop-eleyears old, bouncing boy at his home, 1702 of San Antonio, has fully recovered Mary on do not raise tho thirty millions and on account of her advanced ago Preston street. after Press close from his recent attack of Spanish heaven's highway. 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. which are to go to the Catholic there was no hope from the first Brook and Bloom Is ministering to his Old Irish Prayer. Mr. James T. Larkin survive, and she AVar Council from the common that she would until the end. Mrs. arrived and Mrs. from Frankfort for Influenza and This news was JoyBoth Phones 4262 people again. Saturday City 8380 gradually sank Cumb. S. 153-fund, there would bo some sort of Quinn was probably tho oldest resi- a visit with their daughter, Mrs. fully received by the many friends EUCHRE AND LOTTO. of the Bishop In New Orleans and justlifcation in tho objection of the dent of Floyd county. She leaves Clint Koerner. In his new see of San Antonio, His Members of St. Joseph's church Home City 2803 malevolent. They would say that no children, and her nearest rela"SOUTHERN STAR" consecration, which was to have next Tuesday and Miss tives are two nieces, Mrs. hang on to tho Thlrion, of New Albany, Michael visiting Mayme Ferrier, who was taken place on October 28, was In- will entertain Catholics wanted to REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Wednesday with a grand euchre and Mrs. H. W. SLICED BACON her sister, and Mrs. Y. M. O. A. because by that af- James Jennings, of Louisville. LIston, in Jeffersonvllle, has re- definitely postponed, but will take lotto at the Vernon Club House, 'All Ready for Your Griddle in the place as soon as the influenza epi- 1575 Story avenue. Lotto will be FRED HORNUNG, JR. turned to Chicago. filiation they would get more money Morning" played Tuesday evening and demic ceases. PRIEST NAMED. than they would have been ahlo or HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE PLUBD3ING AND GAS FTTTINa Wednesday afternoon and evening, Brother George, of St. Xavler's willing to raise by themselves. Let LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. CALLED ANGELS. College, spent last week in Bards712 West Jefferson Street and lotto on Wednesday evening. Rev. Francis T. Moran, D. D our people knock out by their gen- pastor of St. Patrick's church, town visiting his parents, Dr. and Incorporated Thero will be many handsome Louisville, Ky. proclaims the awards and also a door prize. The All Philadelphia erosity even the resemblance of Cleveland, has been named Chair Mrs. H. D. Rodman. as Angels of Mercy, and In committee promises that all who Sisters truth from such a charge! Evi- man of the newly established Fed J. E. SCHWARTZ really pleasant Boston, Louisville, Denver and evDennis DEAD ANIMALS dently our honor is at stake, and wo eral Labor Board for the Cleveland celebrating Hollenkamp Is not only erywhere else they are proclaimed attend will have a time. the end of tho war but Highland Park, Ky. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID are not going to be humiliated by a district by the" State labor adminis- also the arrival of a llttlo girl at such. In tho Philadelphia hospitals Dr. Moran was Chairman his homo on Wilson avenue. and homes and in private families LOANED TO ALLIES. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS lack of Interest or generosity. Nor tration. Call Homo Phone City 721; for number of years of tho Parks 2,000 Sisters toiled day and night, is there the slightest doubt that and aBoulevards VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Committee of tho Judge Sam Klrhy, Mrs. Klrby unmindful of self, caring for and Tho extension of a credit of Cumb. Phone Main 721. Catholics will fully do their share. Chamber of Industry, reHome Phone Parkway 350 Such cor $9,000,000 to Belgium made and first and Miss Kitty, have returned to nursing the afflicted. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Were Catholics acting only as indi- Chairman of the Campaign Commit- the city after spending the summer poral works of mercy alone will cently makes tho total advances by Cumb. Phone South 2255-move God to end tho awful war. tho United States to Belgium drive it tee that secured tho passage of tho at Gray Tower, near Anchorage. viduals in tho combined issue $80,020,000. The total amount ad- When in Louisville Store Your Car would be possible for tho negligent bond bridge.to build the new high WUEST BROS. level DESERVED PROMOTION. vanced to date to all of our as Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dolan and at tho to dodge their duty. iBut tho children, of Jeffersonvllle, have resociates in the war against Germany 6 WEST HILL STREET KOERNElt & STRADER GARAGE church has organized every diocese Miss Julia C. King, who Is widely is $7,529,476,000. EXCLUDES VISITORS. turned from a pleasant visit to Mr. known In educational circles, has and. Mrs. R. N. Vest, New and every parish throughout tho Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen. 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main Because of tho influenza epidemic been promoted from the Henry NEAR BILLION MARK. country to "gear in" with the genera! Machine and Model Work Clay School to the Louisville Boys' Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing and tho orders of the health auSteel Stamping eral organization of tho combined Inoludlng cash received In the and Polishing a Specialty. Mrs. Samuel Milllgan and grand- High School, where she has accepted drive. Thus it is assured that thorities of Indiana, the ordination daughter, Margaret Lally, the chair of English. Mls3 King Treasury Department on October 21 Home Phone, City 6648 Miss Home, City 3481. at St. Melnrad's on next Tuesday Catholics will participate in full and Wednesday will he strictly pri havo returned to Cleveland, after a graduated fom the University of from the sale of War Savings seto Mrs. George Milllgan on Louisville with the degrees of curities, the total Treasury receipts numbers, and backed by all the au- vate. No visitors will bo allowed visit Bachelor of Arts and Master of from this source amounted to OniO AND MISSISSIPPI AND BEUTEL & FREDERICK thority of their church they will on the premises or In the buildings Sherwood avenue. This represents Arts. $801,453,415.86. KENTUCKY RIVER LINE so acquit themselves as to leavo no of St. Melnrad's Auboy on those FLORISTS of War Savings purchase Mr. and Mrs. William Gorman, the stamps to the total maturity valuo HATS OFF TO EJDD3T. possibility for the charge of having days. Lay visitors and the clergy who have been in the West and postpone North for several months, have reFlowers for All Occasions. Design J. S. JONES. Agent of $950,824,474.10. gotten their thirty millions by are thereforo requested to Work a Specialty. tuelr visits to the Juno ordinations. turned to Louisville and will be T. Emmet Hanrahan was here on sponging on unwilling Protestants. This request Is made by the Rev. with Mrs. Fourth and River, Louisville hour furlough this CHIEF JUSTICE WmTE. C L. Martin for the a forty-eigSouth Brook Street Celestlno Sander. O. S. B.. Guest- - winter. week from the Great Lakes, coming Phones: Main 9214; City 416 Homo, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-master. SENATOR BECKHAM. home to vote for Sam L. Robertson Edward Douglas White, Chief You Justice of tho Supreme Court of tho Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shine, ol and the Democratic ticket. H. Crawford, who has FATHER HEENAN IS NEW YORK. New Albany, who were called to have to take your hat off to a United States, was born in thfr KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN Dome Pkoa 255G William Wolcott, Ind., on account of the Democrat who will make a hurry-u-p Parish of Lafourche, Louisiana, seventaken great Interest in the United COKE STATION Very Rev. J. A. Heonan, O. P., Illness of their son, Arch Shine, and trip like thatrPaylng his own way. ty-three years ago last Sunday. Louis A. Broring, D. D. S, campaign in Kentucky, Prior of War Work St. Louis Bertrand's tho death of his young daughter, Mattresses, Blankets, etc., Cots, Justice White Is a Catholic and Is has received from Senator J. C, W. church, went to New York Tuesday WUma Shine, have returned home. recognized as ono of the ablest men Bed Clothing, Furnishing Goods, NARROW ESCAPE. Beckhaai tho following letter ex- to meet the now Bishop of Duluth, that oyer occuplel a place In tho Cutlory, Novelties. pressing approval and hearty sym- Right Rev. Michael T. McNlchols, Charles J. Curfan, formerly of American bench. John J. Htnee, who was an in LAUNDRY AGENCY. 1 STARKS BU1LDINQ. spector at the Government Depot Louisville, now a resident of Now pathy with the movement to be of the Dominican order. CLOSED OLD CHURCH. and was transferred to Chicago York, was In the subway wreck at NATIONAL HATTERS week, Senator conducted next PAT M'TIGHE WOUNDED. some time ago, is In Jeffersonvllle Brooklyn last Friday, but escaped TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. Beckham writes as follows: For tho first time In its existence viauing ins sisiers, Misses Margaret with slight Injuries. Curran Is a News was received here Thursday E. Hlnes and Katherine F. Hlnee. son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. of 132 years no public services 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. "Dear Mr. Crawford: I am in reSuits Pressed While You Walt. ceipt of your letter of several days that Patrick E. MoTighe, the well 308 East Market street were held on Sunday In the. Santa Ourran, of 232 East Oak street. exknown automobile snaehlnlst and ago, asking me to. give, some Barbara Mission, established by the Hats Cleaned and Blocked While pression in regard to the Ualted chaffeur, who has beea with the Miss Esther Marie Cahlll RKLD3F FOR CROUP. was Franciscan fathers In 1786. 'Father Home Phone City 1931 army in France, 'i hostess at a delightful .Halloween War Wortc campaign, whieh will American Dominic explained that the spread You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and a Specialty. Work Called For 11, to rata begin November the ' wounded and in the hospital. The tea party at her home, 312 Crescent For hoarseness or croup burned of influenza made It necessary to Hats Delivered. Our Motto: "Service. sum of $170,(00,000 .for the ,Mnlted letter states that he was shot In the Court. Those invited were Misss alum pulverised and mixed with close the doors' of California's and The, Smoxe Or Thi, HouW AtteaUoh and Quality." Nancy Jane Biroh, Catherine BMker, sugar will sook live relief. worlc of the y. C c. A., ,tae .x. a, J nana. famous old landmark. Y. HENRY SOHUH 1403 Seventh Street Choice Staple and Fancy GRO- CERIES. MEAT and VEGETABLE MARKET, Kino Teas and Coffees, Butter a Specialty. Citv Homo Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1658-- - SOGIETY. I Jtito&k&jiiS&i ! A 1818-182- SALLER'S PET REUTLINGER FIRE ARTHUR WILL A Mul-doo- n. . Bec-Trea- - - be-t- -H . . - -- -- I. ROBERTSON -- al Dros-saert- s, ct 508-01- Y . Y 934-93- ht 1220-123- 1 A' DENTIST 900-00- TlcSMOKIRS ""R?T"VA,, jLCBsnra&xnr ! H"i SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little Best iRippt k jk&a&BtLCAX. 1 LADIES' HATS Look UD VOUr volmir. haavar and felt hats and ihavn tiion cleaned, dved and roahnntwi. w have twenty-fiv- e new styles. First-clawork. Your old hat made new ror tne small price of V ss 1 Lh 5c Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and" Curled. Cigars Made! Falls City Straw Works 713 West Jefferson, North Side. TUB SIGN OP QUALITY Hlghl'd 7411 lOJSMrcis: East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY OO. Incorporated014-02- 2 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager M& As So Net to You as the Nearest FUNERAL A A 2G W.MARKET T PhoaV FLOWERS Wreath $5.01 Special Spray $3.00 Special liOUISVILUE.. KV. A complete lino of Furniture at prices that are always the lowest. Satlsfactlos guaranteed. H ttncwntjnop I jgOO xirthAiibotrv1J We telegraph Flowars 81t your bora aa education that will prepare taen (or life. Everywhere ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Sronlwar, lonliville, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. ScIentMo Classical, and Buslnesi Courses. Preparatory Department, Larg-Svrlmmlns Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bra. Benjamin. "Mr. 113 Iff. H. BOSSES SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SIO STXBH5C AVJffiUJtnW Tolepboae loaa. TXFXR VVZDEXT AXIOOTA.TME Incorporated, was organized by i well-know- n to make ettbn LOANS on furniture and other peraoaal erty at B. B. Cor. JOHN B. RATTERMAN STREET Third and Jeftrea. Both Phones, 2386. X.OWEST 3U.TXK. Coleman Bids'., FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING . CORNS.BLJNIONS Isgrtwtai Md Abwrntl Halls Sctotlflcalty TroaM PV.'::'3HV Dr. Uriah Z. Lftsiy W.Ctreer Fsirtk and Jefferson CHIEF JUSTICE WHITE. ; jwjz , 15 " " -f-- The funniest sight in the Capitol building is a little old man in a "Sjlttle comfortable chair, who holds os. to a snort rone maae 01 rea velmrlkfokf at the door and- thr little old man pulls the velvet rope and you step right into the dimly lighted room sits the greatest Supreme court in the wbiwv-o- ur Court. Up on a raised platform in their black silk robes sit the nine Justices. The big man in the oenter, who looks something like a handsome John Bull, is the Chief Justice, Edward Douglas white. a native son of He's seventy-threLouisiana, a Catholic, a Democrat of the Confederate and an army. He duplicated in the nation what he did In his State. That Is He served in his State Senate and his State Supreme Court. Then bo served in the United States Senate, and while doing 'eo was elevated to the national Supreme Court bench by President Seven Cleveland. years ago Taft made him Chief Justice. He's a human sort of person is Justice White. When a case is be ing argued he often sits there with his hands placidly folded and his eyes closed, Whence arises the legend that Supreme Court Justices have been known to take snoozes while lawyers made arguments. But lust watch White. Mr. Lawyer thinks ho is getting along swim mingly. He makes his talk direct to some of the Justices who are looking keenly at him. Then suddenly Justice White, hands still folded, 'but eyes open now, asks a IhriiBtlng rapier-llk- e question which shows how intently he has been lis--' tenlng to every word uttered. H,e Is perhaps the most profoundly educated lawyer on the bench. la Louisiana much of tho law Is still based upon the old Code Napoleon; In other words- it is French Jurisprudence. As a lawyer and Judge down there Justice White had to be learned therefore both In English and French law. Most lawyers are lucky if they .know English common law and the American procedure based upon it. - By James Cardinal Gibbons .:' JSpJtMaf sMb Chiropodist 607 Starks Building 9 Bath - 3fevr - tfg9b3H&4 2", il '.? iiflJri,E.t r : : ar .'. lr QfrnOO ar our sons and brothers; flesh of our flesh. We have sent them 4A-- a cl V- '"l Pk.i MAKING DRUG FTJ3NDS. Sao r finrVl- Vmi4- - ,a nvai I'afai-min- a fVio(- - oWrtitl4.. Immir r' m. wre mat tne peopie at nome are ngnting witn tnem, standing witn tnem, snouiaer to shoulder' tf .gzjsm wmw . Hon. Julius Kahn Is a momlior. nf . e, twice as much as you ever gave Defore! THE need any all fixed this sum Why you should give for a sum 70 greater gift ever asked for since the war began. The Government has Is or at $170,500,000. - NOVEMBER " INTENTION. -- , Our Holy Father asks us to pray during the month of November for the return of our separated brethren. It would too impossible to even approximate the number of souls that havo been lost to God by the movement which broke the Christian body into innumerable sects. We will pray during the month of November that .our separated brethren may, iby the grace of God, see the truth. We know that God will hear our prayer (because it Is "peculiarly God's work. In answer to the appeal of our Holy Father we fervently pray to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, through the intercession of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, that (He hasten the day when the voice of the Shepherd of souls will be beard throughout the world and the great wish of the Heart of Christ be realized, that there be one sheepfold and one shepherd. CARPET BEATBR. An excellent beater for carpets and rugs may bo made of a pieee of old garden hose. Secure a piece of hose about three feet long, slip one end over a tworfoot length of e and tie securely. s Out the other end of the hose in narrow etrlps, allowing them to hang loose from the part tied to This makes a stout beaten broom-handlbroom-handle. By giving to these seven organizations at once, the cost and effort of six. additional campaigns is saved. Unless 'Americans do ive twice as much as ever before, our soldiers and sailors may hot enjoy during 1919 their 3600 Recreation Buildings 1000 Miles jf Movie Film 100 Leading Stage Stars 2000 Athletic Directors 2509 Libraries supplying 5.000,000 books 85 Hostess Houses "secretaries" 15,000 Millions of dollars of home comforts When you give double, you make sure that every fighter has the cheer and comforts of these seven organizations every step of the way from home to the front and back again. You provide hirU with a church, a theatre, a cheerful home, a store, a school, a club and an athletic field and a knowledge' that the. folks back home are with him, heart and soul! You have loaned your money to supply their physical needs. Now give to maintain the Morale that is winning the war J Big-brother generously and gladly. "When one considers an army of over 4,000,000; a navy that musters over 500,000 men in its service; the number and size of our camps; the buildings to be erected; the secretaries to be maintained; the equipment to be furnished; the visitors' houses to be built; the community service to be extended into every city and town of the country; the protective work most necessary and vital for all our people, which this war has given to us as our share to maintain, one will see that the sum is none too great for this enormous task. "We cannot shirk it.' We cannot shift it. To attempt to'do so would be to prove false to the men who are giving their bodies and their lives for our national safety. "It is an American campaign. Its appeal is one that no American may refuse, and America's answer wfli be another triumphant announcement that we are in this war as one people and as one nation to see it through to victory. "The entire Catholic body of the country is organized to crown this campaign with victory. Every diocese has harnessed its own resource's, will work with the state committees of the United War Work Campaign and give the utmost service." . in this war has done what no other nation ever cPd. She carried the presence, the atmosphere of home into the camps has seas, that everywhere the soldier may realbo tttere are XJL across thehelp him, motherly hands to console him, friendly hUri'ds fatherly hands to to entertain him. "All these seven organizations now stand upon one platform, that of providing1 recreation, entertainment and home comfort for our troops. From that common platform, all, together with one voice, will make a single appeal to the American people. "These seven organizations have agreed by direction of the Government upon definite budgets and all are working under a general national committee upon which all are represented for a united war work campaign to raise the sum of $170,500,000. "Enormous as that sum may be, the American people will raise it- k MERICA be used for mirnnaoa nf aHmiitntlnn But they are worse than pure whiskey, for tho narcotic drucs in them tend to make "dopo fiends." All such "remedies" should too forbidden as to Indiscriminate sale. State produces a good deal of wlneT Its vineyards represent a lot of capital. Speaking against the amendment to the constitution t6 prohibit the making of all alcoholic beverages he said: "In my opinion prohibition will never cure the liquor evil. On the contrary, I .believe it will bring about Infinitely worse evils than the liquor evil. There are in this country today 1;500,000 authenticated 'dope fiends, men and women,, who take cocaine, morphine, heroin, caffeine or some other narcotics or drugs. In tho administration of the first draft law 80,000 men between the ages of twenty-on- e years and thirty-on- e were rejected because they were 'dope fiends.' That Is enough men to form two divisions of the American army. It Is a remarkable thing that with prohibition legislation being enacted all over this country g tho use of poisonous, drugs is lncroasing by leaps and bounds. I attribute It In a large measure to the effect of prohibition legislation." There are a number of preparations sold as medicines which contain alcohol and opium. They can hablt-fonn-Ihablt-formln- PREPARE FOR ANOTHER. Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo has announced that, no matter what tho results of the ponding overtures for peace may ibe, there will be another Liberty loan. To use his eXDreSfllon. "We nrn frnlnir tn have to finance peace for a while jubi as we nave naa to finance war." There are over 2,000,000 United States nnlHIorn nhrnnri It we v UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN CsVaF'TWf v YV7 NATX CATHOLIC WAR "--N fHWVlffBirlm 1J "-- N fjBtffloh Wi3 '"'U'VlC transport these men tack to the at tho rate of 300,000 a month It will foe over half a year before they are all returned. Our army therefore must be maintained, victualed and clothed for many months after peace Is an actuality. The American people therefore; having supported the Liberty loan with a natrlntlnm hrit futilra His torians Will lnvfi to pvtnl will hntra an opportunity to show the same patriotism In financing the Just and conclusive victorious peace whenever it comes. Whatever the conditions, the loan must be prepared for and its success rendered certain and absolute. Begin nqw to prepare to support It. United States . LjCI JiTl community ERIN CLAIMS HERO. SERVVCK AMERICAN LIBRARY fl 3l1 flnn "Pranrh" hrn ns hnr Jtfangln is the son of an Irishman who fought against the Germans la Ireland claims the latest PATRIOTICALLY CONTRIBUTED. TOWARD THE SUCCEfS OF THE UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN BY LOmSVILIiK CAR WIIHTCi AND RAILWAY SUPPLY COMPANY. SWISS CLBANBRS AND DYERS. HIRSOTI BROS. COMPANY. Jj. D. BAX. o. xeb ooivre: J.8YU, xnen Beiuea aown in France. He is said to be blessed by the watchful spirit of a Freneh clairvoyant. "Who has won fame "ulnae his recent successes. Following Nlvelle's failure and removal, Haa-gi- n was .placed on the retired list". The madams was displeased. . She two-minu- te .. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION CO. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. J. O. RIHGHR. MAJUSnO AMERICA. OIL COMPANY OP sought a, Interview with 'the Tiger," and taa two minut pere extended to an hour, arts which Clemenoeau restored Mangia to command of the Freneh left wing,, with results fully kaown to. the Crown Prince. r t t , M- - kkoxjobzy rv" - xxtxmix AiSkOB&RiOABr. KNIGKTS OF COMMAS i s ERMAR STRAUS tvcaffiofAreo fOUTM AVENUC SOTB MARKET STMCT S - I ' HIBERNIANS. z 1 tus, Jimmy Croaan, Orvllle Gentry, Shields O'Brien.. BACK fro" DAMP, it iseawweaeaapeaaw tosjsjf South Seventh street, has returned V INCORPORATED to Camp Gordon, Georgia, where ho W Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. Is He is More men are needed for SecreDivision 3 of Indianapolis mourns in acting Brigade Adjutant. two of its most active sentfine condition and eager to be taries in the camps in this country the death of overseas. and overseas. members, Joseph P. 0111 and Patrick Sullivan. Albert Hcnneberger, of Evans-vlllRECENT DEATHS. comes as a Secretary to tho Whllo we havo had but few State should now claim attention, therefore you men Winter needs or county conventions this year, Though tho 'influenza epidemic West Point artillery range. division reports show that every has been gotten under control lo Hank O'Day. tho veteran National who want warm clothing will find what you should have' and save where the order has progressed. cally, the death rate for tho past League umpire, is anxious to engage coming to Straus' Men'-- Department. money by from the week has 'been exceedingly heavy, in iK. of . work behind tho lles Death has called Ancient Order at Portland, Ore., but happily the outlook now seems overseas. MEN'S HEAVY FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS. Monday night Indianapolis CounPatrick O'Halloran, one of tho most much better. Among those who Universal make; cut large; full length; nicely trimmed; good highly respected residents of that passed away were tho following: cil renewed activities, Installing new 91.50, 91.75 and $2.00 patterns and colors; sizes 15 to 20 city. Oscar A.. Buchart, husband of officers and opening tho social seaMEN'S HEAVY FLANNELETTE PAJA3IAS. Fifteen members of Division 3 of Virginia Murphy Buchart, 2028 son with a' smoker. Indianapolis are in the army, and Napoleon boulevard. The K. of C. will provide a hut Good makes; cut largo and roomy; good patterns and colors; Miss Julia Kavanaugh, in New for the colored soldiers at 'Camp at the meeting this, week interesting trimmed with silk frogs; sizes 15 to 18... ...92.23, 92.50 and 93.00 letters were read from some of Vork City, who' resided at 1141 Meade. This will afford a conWhen a Man's a Man Harold Bab Mary Roberts Rlnehart. MEN'S UNION SUITS. East Broadway.venient place for mass and conthem. Bell Wright; Fine heavy cotton ribbed; cut largo and roomy; closed crotch; Crescentla Kuhn, wife of Charles fessions. Members should now attend all Ilia Official Prance Berta Ruck, every suit is guaranteed perfect and will sell later for J2.60; sizes Kuhn, Sr., 843 Fehr avenue. meetings' and whenever possible Tho Knights of Binghamton ofOror tho Top Arthur Guy 91.80 36 to 46; special Monday only. M. Matz, aged thirty, wife fered tho use of their club house Tho Sins of tho Children Cosmo Anna an application for membership. Hamilton. In this way they will strengthen the of Louis Matz, 935 East Ellison to tho 'Health Department for a hosMEN'S UNDERWEAR. avenue. pital In caring for Influenza and order. Private Peat Harold Peat. People Llko That Kate Langley Good quality cotton ribbed shirts and drawers; cut large and John Now that the ban has been lifted husband Sheehan', thirty years old, pneumonia patients. roomy; well made; all sizes; special, garment 91.00 Bosher. of Catherine Shcehan. Tho Turn of the Tide Eleanor John C. Hendricks, managerof and after a lay-oof over a month, UNDERWEAR. MEN'S COOPER Mrs. Cathorlno Graefenhan, Porter. tho St. Cliristino Alice Cholmondley. there should bo much activity in ty-five, Cardinals', mother of Ernest Graefen- Wednesday Louis France, whero left Fine cotton ribbed shirts and drawers; made on Cooper's for l'cal Hibernian circles during the han, 625 North Twenty-sixthe Paradise Garden George Olbbs. Just David Eleanor Porter. spring needle machines; ecru color; shirts sizes 34 to 46; drawers will be athletic director for remainder of the year. the Paul Emmet Ramser, son of 30 to 46; slightly machine soiled but are splendid values at....$1.50 The Louisville Ladles' Auxiliary Charles Emmet Ranser, Sixth and Knights of Columbus. Tho Rising Tide Margaret Como Out of tho Kitchen Alice MEN'S WOOL MLXED UNDERWEAR. August C. Aurentz, of Fort will now enter upon a season of Miller. Wayne, is on his way to France for great activity, which will soon be Broadway, at Lebanon. aged makes; good heavy qualities of natural gray Well known Christopher Q; Semar, overseas service as a Secretary of by the initiation of one of ree, materials; best workmanship; shirts sizes 34 to 50; marked wool mixed 's TurningHallio Tho Hunted Woman James 01 - xllS. "S son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ tho order. Ho Is a successful busiErmlno Rives. tho largest classes in its history. drawers 30 to 50; these goods are very scarce and wo advlso you Semar, 2208 Lylle. Ivor Curwood. garment ness man and member of tho Cathe91.50, 92.00 and 92.50 to buy now; our prices, Members of the Ladies' Auxiliary Mrs. Maria Burns, wife of John Galllpoll John Maseflold. to Burns and mother of Mrs. H. E. dral congregation. havo contributed over $10,000 Tho Voice In Uio Wilderness I help purchase mass kits for Cath Bancroft, 2831 .Slevln. The Knights of Columbus first Carry On Coningsby Dawson. Grace Lutz. olic army and navy chaplains. And John Edward "Curtsingor, little entered war work during tho No Man's Land Sapper. idtmmmmammmmmmmi Mary Gusto Joseph Lincoln. they will give still more when nec- eon of Mr. and Mrs. John war. The work expanded on tho (Mexican :border and essary, Salt of tho Earth Mrs. Alfred 715 Florendo Place. Tho Following of tho Star FlorIs now carried on wherever there Sedgwick. Men are .frequently heard to proWalter J. Holehan, twenty-tw- o ence Barclay. claim that the army and navy cas- years old, son of James Holehan, are American soldiers. Rest o' Luck Alexander ualty lists read llko a roster" of the 722 West St. Catherine. 2 -2 Lbs. For 75c Tho Hcnrt of Rachel Kathleen SCORED HIGH RECORD. William H. Klusman, aged thirty-onAncient Order. Tho Hibernians InNorris. Paths of Glory Irvlno Cobb. deed A Cerrss husband of Elizabeth Klusman, xstewx isQtTAZJTX. rem rxs rant ovr Quota havo contributed fheir full 777 South Shelby. His many Louisville friends wore Mary Roso toward winning the war. Mifflin Frances Tho Land of Deepening Shadow t, wlfo highly pleased when Herman Katlo Kuhn, aged forty-fou- r, Sterrett. D. Thomas Curten. Hibernians everywhere have inson of Architect Fred Erhart. of Gregory Kuhn, 1C25 Garland. vested liberally in Liberty bond3, graduated as Lieutenant on October Mary Agnes Sllburn. aged many divisions now holders Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold andlarge amounts are Government widow of the late Anthony 30 at tho Field Artillery Central of of Direct to Consumer. Officers' Training School. Young securities, and besides they have Sllburn, 2333 Garland. 312 W. HAXEBT ST. HUIBVILM, XT. Erhart was Comander of tho Third Anna Marie Wehrle, contributed generously to all war daughter of Nellie and the late tieth Battery and was honor iman, Return this advertisement with remittance and we work funds. graduating fifth in a class of 298. K. I. A. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. 1 of Los Max Wehrle, 1850 Balrd street Members of Division As the class was largely composed Charles H. Rehm. aged forty-on- e Angeles showed their patriotism by of Yale, Harvard, Cornoll and subscribing for no less than Ron of tho late; John and Mary Princeton men. It is most trratifvinc 1220,250 of Uncle Sam's bonds In Rehm. years, for a young K. of C. to finish ns an That you sptat for something yu did sot NEED would hava started a the last loan drive. This splendid at Walter Hays, twenty-nin- e honor man. Lieut. Erhart was at his home on. Squire Btreet. HARVEY-JELLIC- O showing has Avoii them an enviable SAVINGS ACOOUNT with this bank; to bear Jat.erMt COMPOUNDED once appointed an instructor and Is Josephine Schneider, aged fifty- - now teaching reputation among the other fraa class of 200. Tho eight, 836 East jBurnett. twlcs a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" ternal bodies of tho city and State. prediction is mado that it will not (INCORPORATED) The Ladies' Auxiliary of Sioux be lon,g before he Tvins higher .rank. salt be spent for ssnething you DO NEED. The SAVING bow e( the OUR ANGELS OF JIEROY. City last week wero guests In the dollars yen are watting might keep tkat "hard time" frem' ever cemiag. home of Mr3. William Nicholson, WHEN. ."ROYS COMB BACK. . The Sisters jot various orders when a short literary programme . . DISTRIBUTORS OF THE was given under tho leadership of have now heen oufduty at cpp' Dr Daniel Poling,' a noted temMrs. James Q. Keefo. The subject V.yinyinr 'Po.lrt frtVaJHA nse'Aii. perance? .worker, who recently reof Mrs. Keefe's paper was "Tho weeks, and tba'iisTvIces may be" turned f'f6m Franco,- says; "I was. Nuns of the Battle Field." During still rort!"ra'f.oKaB4her "Period of" surprised by tho,.f act that with jight the social evening the memherd of tlhie. The . re-- emfirance of their wines always served' in French' tho order spent the hours, .kn'Kiug, kindly, cheerft 1, "cities .where "expeditionary 'forces S6.65 ministrations, an oaar ; the Influenza were, billeted under Joint military Fifth and Court Place. Place your next order with us. Terms caih. AftUlTIOX ATTAINED. sunerers yrut, e er remain, in tne control there was. not more drunkOpen Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. mlndd ana' heai , ,8f , all who wre enness"." Pierce Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. the recipients ob their "devoted car.et If it Is possible to have this conPatrick Dixon, 629 Missouri avenue, epidemic, became. dition exist ln France, why should When the Jeffersonville, will be ordained to alarming and the corps of regular thei'e, he prohibition against light the holy priesthood, next week at nurses wag fouiyd to. be, insufficient .wines in the United States? The Oor. tftth ami Market St. Melnrad's, where htf has been to cope with the situation Chaplain Htsfe- is, coining Whan this whole Tj.im iThiBh mi an untiring student. .for. the past fiegls Barrett: was jappealedjto .Wr American 'people, Joined tha boys CapifciaiKl Surplus-$1,700- ,000 sight' yisfallnfa'0tpiik$fm,btR, wfea. eamefcwskfrem 'Fraaee and MKpKffKff- !S-S- G in Jeffersonville andwag" a jTayorlte appealed' .te 'tne --various Sisterhoods Belgium, will have something, ta. "Three Per Ceat. Interest Paid. at- throughout anions; the young people. .who the city, with the re- say on this question, and- - they' will Ob Time Deposit tended the parochial school where, sult that early the following morn- insist on the American people he received his early education. He ing live Sisters of Mercy, of the having tho right to decide on tho President James B. Brown... 'AL. S. SMITH, PROP. will sing his first mass and give Sacred Heart Home, were installed whole question at the ballot ibox by Angermeler..Vice President Henry J. at St. Augustine's at the camp, having the distinction untrammeled vote. his blessing Legislatures Vice President James J. Hayes.. church, for which Rev. Father of being the first called. Other Sis- scared by fanatics and executives .Vice President 0. M, S. Hebel Halpin, the pastor, will make spe- ters soon followed, and within a Intimidated by the machinations of John S. Akers.................Cashier cial preparation. and fanaticism few days the laddies In the emer- organized iblgotry .Asst. OaBhier .Oscar A. Block gency hospitals began to grow ac- won't have tho final say on the Asst. Cashier A. P. Itamser..... question by a great deal. DESIRES GAMP CHAPLAINS. customed to see the figures. In the BOTH PHONES 810. for the American beautiful white habt of tho DominiFollowing a conference of the can, the quaint dress of the Sisters peoplo is as necessary as General War Tlmo Commission of of Nazareth and Franciscans, and for other peoples. InSOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. the Churches and representatives of tho picturesquo garb of the diana Catholic. the War Department the following Ursulines, Lorettines and the Sisters GETS maitEST RANK. were among rulings promulgated: of Morcy, passing hither and The help of clergymen, to whom thither all during tho day and tho Where work is sjaieMj Where the Probably no one in the navy corps Mtfl I tho churches of America havo long watches of tho night, always done; brightest; of chaplains Is better known than looked for Inspiration and leader- with tma ship, Is appreciated and an arrange- .with smiling a face and cheery voice, Father 'Matthew Carlin Gleeson, reWhere cooking work fcs Where the thought of self, denever real fan; lightest; ment is desired by which such men, sirous only to glvo to these noble cently on duty at tho big training barred perhaps by advanced age or Bufforers the care and comfort they station at Newport, R. I. President Where baking gives Where the meal la personal responsibilities from enter- would receive from loved ones at Wilson has approved the promotion, light; socked beet; recommended by Secretary Daniels, Where drudge is oat of ing tho army as atchaplains, (may homo. Where the range stands the training continue to help In Louisville, as" in other places of Rev. Father Gleeson to tho rank sight 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, the test camps. where the Sisters have volunteered of Captain, which is the highest --That's where That's the the where War Department desires the their services ns nurses, their un- grade a chaplain may reach in the The Quick Meal" eomes "Quick Meal" navy. Chaplain best efforts of all tho churches-Protes- tant, selfishness and fidelity to duty havo United States 1m. Catholic and Jewish earned for thorn tho title of "Angels Gleeson has tho honor and distinc to Influence experienced and capablo of Mercy," and "Angels of Mercy" tion of being tho chaplain on the Qaiek Meari Gas Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended men, who are eligible to apply at thoy are Indeed, as every boy in proud ship Connecticut, tho flagIHOIiri3jaS. of the fleet, went around onco for commissions as chaplains.. camp who has como under 215 their ship world during which Roosevelt adtho UJ-(il- iJ All clergymen invited to camp as care enthusiastically will Wk AV. MARKET ST. and the Gumb. Mala 200S.a Homo City 209S guests of the chaplain under this gratefully proclaim. ministration and showed tho other order shall report to the chaplain t HI ! Dr. 'Fisher, of tho Philadelphia nations what a maritime power our in charge of such services and shall Emergency Hospital, said: "In my navy is. Father Gleeson Is a good ! with and tnirty-thre- e work in years experience I havo lecturer, a good story teller, and M. J. BAXNOH, PresMert and Minapr. P. &AKH0N, JR., Vies Prts. sad Trias. under tho direction of eaid chap- never witnessed such heroic 'devo his illustrated lecturo of the trip lain. tion to duty as that manifested By of the American fleet, which he de HOSIB PHONE 88 CDMBERLAJSD MAIN 3071-- y Tho War Department looks with the Sisters, beautiful souls that livered in all parts of the United favor upon efforts of the various they are. I am a Methodist, but I States after his return, Is most enp.hurnhfss , located In cities or com- - must voice my appreciation of their tertaining. He was born in New Jersey In 1870, and was appointed munitles adjacent to camps, vQ heroism." Bhane their services with special Twolve of our Dominican Sisters a chaplain from New York on OcSewer and Culvert Pips, Deference to tho needs of the sol- from Holy Rosary Academy were tober 5, 1903. Pipe for Steam Coaaaits, Bannea's Patent Lidded diers on leave and urges all chap- among tho eighty Sister nurses who Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, PASS THE TEST. lains to call tho attention of their volunteered to serve at the camp, men to such services when pro- and no trial or suffering or hardFire Proofine. Flae Lining. Fire Brlcll Tho official list of candidates who Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teps. 2 vided. important result, very much ship has even slightly --diminished were graduated October 30 from An their first enthusiasm or their holy the Field Artillery Candidate OffJWCciIdci under the desire to serve God and their fellow desired and expected OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. plan proposed, will be the assurance men in this new field of labor. Va- icers' Training School at Camp Zach- muwvMu CUMB. MAIN 507, that the visiting clergymen win rious barracks have been turned ary Taylor was made public Monday PHONES CITY keeD the "folks back home" in Into emergency hospitals In which night. Louisville fcojrs who will reWORRS-Thirtee- atk Breckinridge aad ninth and Magaalla. aad are Frank G. HOLLBNBACH'S WINS HOUSB j THE PHIL. HOLLKN1A0H OO. formed of conditions In the camps. the Sisters work in day and night ceive commissions shifts, each one having charge of Wrocklage, 537 FInzer avenuo; I MADE INFLUENZA TRD?. ZNCOllFOXAT-aan emergency hospital. Each hos Herman Alfred Erhart, 2073 SherKarl A. Hollenbach, Prop. pital has Its orderlies, who do all wood avenue; "Raymond M. Jones, building; Alex. Chaplain (Barrett, First Regiment, they can to assist tho Sisters and Welslnger-GaulbeDistillers Of Importer and Dealer In D. Llobovitz, 108 Seminole court; 159th Depot Brigade. Camp Zachary to make their work lighter. Bryan McAuliffe. 2938 Lonr ave Taylor, has returned from a trip in The Sisters 'speak in highest nue; Martin WrNBg OUi FORTUNA SOUR MASS AND LIQUORS J. Pfelffer, 1415 High the Kentucky mountains, where he praise conduct of the soldiers, Eugene Edmund Investigated Influenza conditions. whose patience and fortitude is land avenue: "HOLLKNBAOH" PURE KYm 144 South. Third Street He took 116 Catholic Sisters to most edifying. Thoy never utter a Mlchot, 3125 Portland avenue. rxmferrllla, X KM W. Mala St. Home Phone 1191 this section of the State to nurse complaint, seldom ask for this or BISnOP BYRNE. the stricken people, and during his that service, and are willing to SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. week's tour he traveled 1,300 miles. sacrifice the attention bestowed on The consecration of Right Rev. Hundreds are joining: our War Savings Club. One dollar's He has "been detailed on special them in behalf of anothor who they ibase hospital during the think may be suffering more than Christopher E. Byrne as Bishop of worth ef Blue Ribbon Garden. Seed free with every new saving's duty at theepidemic Galveston, Texas, will take place at Influenza at the canton- they. deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1,000 members.St. Louis ment. Many of the nuns who went The soldier 'boys owe to Chaplain the Cathedral In Archhishop tomor-n Glen-noon this missloa assisted in nursing Barrett a debt of deep gratitude for row. His Grace will officiate as consecrator and sick soldiers here. bringing to them in their hour of of dire need these "Angels of Mercy" Bishop Morris, of Little Rock, and Tken Uxa ars all SflxS Thermoid PI. CI. Mf teek, witfc aaaa aaa arrt aarat Kansas city, win JOLLY HUONG PARTY. who have rendered them such Bishopas Ltllls, i S.I v in vvs. S0z3 sfUl Bkr act Father 16.lt taamca. Tli.FinnM Tt. (TI text heroic devotion. Though this no- Patrick Dooley, of St. Bridget's . we oUot a sail to tasyeet ear stosk' -(Miss Ernestine Hlnes and Miss ble chaplain is eager and anxious 22x8 Tharmold PL is. u. at tk sterM. Taennota Ms. oa. tlxt Marie Garr were hosts at a delight- to serve his God and country over church, St. Louis, will preach the Mala Offloe ful hiking party, followed by a seas, there ars "battles to be fought sermon. Bishop Byrne will succeed Louisville Tin and Rubbtr Co, cnyril 1NB8 . MPTH ST. lunch and dance at the home of and won and souls to ue saved Bishop Nicholas A. Gallagher, who Main 1S KtaU Branch Miss Hlnes on Morton avenue. The right here, aad if he and all the died at Galveston on January 21 of Iaoorporat4 SS S. TSXBB ST. house was artistically decorated other chaplains who have worked this year. with Halloween novelties. The so nobly and untiringly to give spirGEORGE IS AFRAID. party was composed of the follow- itual as well as material consolation ing: Mr. and Mrsv George Keenon, to the si ok and. dying and to their The usueral election for members of 'Harrodsburg: Mesdames Howard sorrowing relatives and friends of Parliament in Great Britain and Nelson, Denny Hlnes, Albert Nelson; should nevar enter into a dug-ofrom Misses Alice,' Shelly, Aline Cronan, or trench or hear the, .roar of the Ireland, has been postponed January. until next Mariorie Bane. Ruth White. Ruth enemies' guns, they will hays ren- November Heljaxman, Dorothy !Bdelen, Marie dered prieeloM service and will Lloyd George is afraid. If he were 1 Garr, Eunice Hiaes; Messrs. Mat- hare brought ta many that "peace confident of a triumphant return of LAJIGKST IN THE SOUTH. his Government to 'power, he, would thews. Pilcher, Charles Bdslen, Louis which the world can not give.' hold the election, now. Haanon, Ray Augustus, Bob Augus- K 8. 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