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Sfrtft PlMMt KENTUCKY IMSH AMERICAN 20, ;, 1600 Taxlcab, Auto, and" BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance Tajfeafc lolujvilto Cartage I Ce. INCORPORATED VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918. i,i.ii. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ELECTION Itcsulfc Uio Critics Annlyzo tho Recent Election Flg-,- ures. bihmii ;; '"'uu .AMa-faVS&it '''' ' of Louisville Ilerald Working Overtime to Carhouflago A'dinlnls- - :,trntion'.' Near. Mayor Smith Loaves Conduct .. ' of Administration to Searcy. KEYSTONE BOYS IN RIO REEL. Political critics and dopesters have about completed their analyza-tlo- n of tho recent election and all agree that the chief cause of tho rebuke to President "Wilson, and it can bo considered a reDUKe, wa3 accomplished by tho German and n vote in this country, who have, blindly opposed and secretly fought his policies for tho past .three years. Not all Gorman are included and In this class. The intelligent and thinking ones voted to support the President, they realizing that Wilson and America will bo the beet friend of the German peoplo at the peace parleys. With America and Wilson out of the peaco conference tie others of the Allies would dismember Germany to tho last bone. The stupid ones here could not see this and stubbornly fought every candidate of the .Democratic party throughout United States, as iSjtyjswMsuuw; iney yuieu rejsiuu- German-America"German-iAmolrca- AMERICAN GIRLS ON THE PARIS BOULEVARDS. The most beloved girls on tho French boulevards aro the American girls. Photo shows American girls presenting smokes to the Yanks. Corporal masses It was while the regiment was on tho Lorraine front, several months ago, that the incident happened which made Corporal Clancy a more devout Catholic 'than ho over was. As was his wontt Father Do Valle3 v went round 'te the billets one mornlntr 'At dawn to trot Romn ' boys to serve'? his mass for him. I Father Do Valles aroused tho boys, but some of them decided to take Corporal anothor forty winks. Clancy, howeVer, didn't wait, but hastily dressed and repaired to the place where the mass was to b'o held. A fewsmlnutes later a shell burst In tho billet whero Clancy had every been quartered and killed man, there. 4 "I never have to call Corporal Clancy twice" now," said Father Do By k strango coincidence Valles. tho Knights $t Columbus chaplain in anothor regiment in that samo division is frem New Bedford, and he also won' tho Croix Do Guerre at almost the 'same time Father Do ' Valles did. "There's Just one thing I wish," Do of Father said the Colonel Valles' regiment one day; "I wish I had a few nore of those New Bedford chap atns with my outfit. Father John's,' medicine is pretty good stuff forniy doughboys."- Clancy usually serves tho for Father De Valles now. Is always the' bo at masa.t Clancy, of Springfield, Mass., who first of tho men to to fact CAMP NEWS Supremo Directoi-- Fox.nnd'MorlHrty Pleased Much With ' s Sun-Hn- Work Here. Transfer of Father Fehly nnd .Major 1'rmicn Regretted by All Soldiers. ' Masses Celebrated and Activities Oicn In ICnights of Coliun- Bulldings. SISTERS .MADE MANY FRIENDS. -- REOlfciT DEATHS. fn dBnTi r ir- v l can soldier. Mrs. Arihaiu. Ryan, beloved wife night there , Villa Grove, 111., .thirty-fou- r of .Patrick actly lost advertise Eager to Partako THEIK BELL RANG FIRST. ments. Doing a triDuie to xno ugnt-flnger- Father John's "Office" in Dugout succumbed, to influenza at Sts. Mary Catholic Soldiers and Elizabeth; Hospital on Friday. Tgentrjr now in our midst, of Spiritual Blessings Beoa Sector Being Held by The Dominicans of St. Louis Ber-tran-d The remains? were taken to Bar money, Jewelry and furs being the fore Action. church were tho first to sound rett's chapellhe funeral being held Yanks. favorites among tho missing artho glad tidings of peace in LouisSaturday morning.. ticles, but two items stood out as ville. As early as 2:30 Monday a tribute to the orpoks. one was morning Brother Lawrence rushed Sincere sympathy is felt for tha report of a JJulck, automobile to Rev. Father lose Pero, 1648 Story Impressive Spectacle When Shells acting Prior, toLyons, O. T., tho swiped at Fifth and Market Satur Knights of. Columbus Volunteer George andthf death of their infant ascertain If It mumjk' Tension- - or: daypMit. .whllej-theot- r avenue, In was the. Falling Aroufid Dur- -' Are would bo In keeping to ring tho J Bt Winner of Croix. OCM or ut oa, Louis, fco fell victim to in- law. jka bell at such an oarly hour. Father remains were iaia to T 3m? Blase. Lyons, being an ardent lover of morning in at. liberty and hailing from Philadelc jtacd phia, tho city of Liberty Bell fame, SL,v-- -. , iooTi the funeral of ICnights; tfCblu'mtras Shack Most as does also Brother Lawrence, at once gave the order: pi (p0loved husband 'PopHleJPiace- - In tko "Yea, yes. Brother. Arouse the, Ma irom me people, In tho name o God. and He KVeue. Wednesday" . act. Yet tho Herald couldn't seo this as a news item although the poor old Keystoner was featured In Mr. Plaschke's cartoons. In tho Louisville Times of wore ex ed BUSY PLACE for William Manley, who died of influenza at Cincinnati, w$re held Saturday at Barrett's chapel, with burial in St. Louis cemetery. Funeral Ri-an- f services defeated Germans. ,w JfPV w T,ms,.W!L'U-- ' BRIDGES DESTROYED BY THE HUNS, Destroyed railway bridge over tho Vesle river in tho wake of tho 'utiLfrJ? rrtr t ' STEADFAST His name is Mr. Stowart and he is a very fino fellow." Secretary John Stowart, of Helena, Mont., wa3 later gassed while succoring a wounded Ameri- -- William F. with Department Director William J. Morlartv. of St. Louis, honored Camp Taylor wnu u visit uunng tno week, spending their tlmo inspecting the buildings and work of tho Secretaries here. They also Inspected the work at West- Point and Camp Knox and expressed much satisfaction with the way the found the work here, Much to the regret of the men hero at Camp .Taylor .several changes havo been made at tho Chaplains' Training School, Father Fealy and Major Pruden having been transferred to their old regiments. Very few visitors at the camp woro not acquainted with Chaplain Fealy. Ho was a frequent visuur to tno itnignts of Coluinj auaitonum, always bringing sl ui tne cnapiams irom the sch with him. Tho K. of C. men ret iu see unnniflin h'oa v laivn i hopQ that his old home will be Jul ua uiuiisunt as wnnn nn lart ii unnj - Supremo Director Fox, of Indianapolis, time aero. One of the busiest men at tiul im: ". , '0 ' y,ej Si d&fciv: 4 t m ': KflpOfem totmw Democrat, who espoused the Republican 'ticket and "issued Wtoat he arid the Republicans Uttught was a striking denunciation of the Moee Green f Club. Ches Searcy, our, real &a,yot and head of the Republican machine, should present 'Henry with ,a copy of dpldlng's or some other sporting the bnoortunfty or their HveB Mon day with the big' peace celebration, andtois say that they made the most, putting It mildly. The loof It a treat cal picture men missed when they didn't film the antics of the Keystone boys who were detailed on Fourth street, but it Is gratifying to say that thousands of Louisville residents got tlMr first view of the Keystone performers in action. The Keystoners went at' their job in real earnest and never had so much fun in their lives, In the past not given much play In tho barrow confinements of the car platforms. Here are some of their stunts: Several of tho Keystoners so- cured tho littlo sticks with tho fuzzy ends and tickled bystanders right nnd left. Then they would go up and down Fourth street with 'a bevy or girls on their arm, doing funny steps for tho benefit of tho howling populace. Tho crowd kept them busy by knocking of their police caps nnd grabbing their clubs, men, boys nnd girls knocking off tho caps as fast ns tho Keystoners would replaco them, and tho Keystoners got as much if not more fun out of it than tho crowd. Now imagine anyone even trying to knock tho cap off of a real po liceman or could you Imagine a real policeman tickling anybody with a ieathered stick. A real po liceman would have tickled one with a stick for knocking off his cap, but tho stick wouldn't be a feathered one and no one would have been able to try it a second time, sad to say there was only one person in the crowd not tho performance of the Keystoners and that was nono other than our Chief Ludlow Petty. ng v&mfomfflri!ggt popular' 'uatner Jonn',' Knights of Columbus priest, winner of Guerre, who kief ore rector of a. church aj Pack V MffiSirlnnrf whnl starts his classes at tho Ki of cJ auditorium every, morning at s o'clock. This ehwis is compose! of :., i..,. mn In tha nitUu,' their country." old and n,nf,euntiiAM j' fha Good Brother Lawrence rushed School, who go baOk to their bat.' wwirwfy,' oat of the convent and over to the terles aad teach what McFaihm.t, Lotrhr WORK OF THK , JBCllCAnilK8 church, but .all 4n vain, as the, bel- ana, seargeaot oas instruct in "Jii. fry key ,wa missing, Frantically way oi sou aerense. it it? Tjiilfj JMftfAMB he tried to get In,. and then hasten interesting eight to sec. be- -. ing to' .the street he hailed a party ntdrn Brian ftirhitt trMnnCatholic soldiers In Gen. Persh- - of soldiers ratntninr to camp' from Maine ;tlme. All the ppetti , lot of netK MyinR. a .HAX aaujr.. teWlfy hv their thoHr. The soldier boys sensed ms. .'io. tire BtrUClOr - t - Z, authority before he blunders again, fa hie tirade against the Mose Greens Judge Bwker stated that th members of the club organized on tkelr way home from the flght, having lost their money following Major Hughes, to Sullivan. who was bottle-holdTo begin with Major Hughes was bottle holder for Sullivan at the Sulllvan-Kllrai- n fight, and If the members of the Mose Green Club, followed Hughes' advice they won money as Sullivan whipped Kllraln. Better stick to your last, Judge. Near Mayor Smith Is In his glory just now with peace parades, celebrations, etc., Jor as a deliverer of toreador bulletins and patriotic screeches Smithy is a regular .300 hitter. Many of the citizens and taxpayers would llko to hear from him, now that tho war Is over, something about when ho is going to turn his attention to giving us n police force and fire department, or when will tho filthy streets be cleaned. It's all very pretty In tho Herald, telling ono day what a wonderful patriot our near Mayor is and the next day the Mayor replies with a toreador bulletin, emblazoned with a border of stars and flags, but all of this will have no practical, effect on the epidemic of burglaries now going on. Judging from tho dally growing lists of robberies and holdups the drive of tho Burglars' and Crooks' League promises to eclipse the fund raised by tho War Workers or even the Fourth Liberty loan. While the near Mayor Is confining his attention solely to patrl-- . otic, demonstrations tho real Mayor Chesley Searcy Is going about handling tho city's affairs, and the other day exultantly said: "Well, we are cleaning 'em all out," referring to the sweep in the Sinking Fund.' Incidentally the Louisville Herald In describing the changea said that MISS Pansy Denunzio was appointed a stenographer, neglect Jng (?) to say that this appointee van-Corb- ett er was a-place, If the number of soldiers Bernard Gessler. nfcMty jreart 6W' coming from and going into It inand long-- , a resident of into city, dicated anythlnz! writes a cnrr- or nis spondent of the Knights of Colum- - died at the residence 630 South Frank Stocker, du8 war News Service, The "of- Clay street, where he made his fice' proved to be the headquarters home. The funeral was held Saturof Chaplain John De Valles. a day afternoon: with interment In St. son-in-la- w, church. , was MRS. Nick Denunzio, wife Councilman Nick Denunzio, the of . ' tzr ,,- - spokesman in the ministration Lower Board. The "same day the Herald said that the bitter fight in ttae 'Board of Aldermen was only a friendly argument when ono faction was trying to throw Alderman Ball out for not being a resident. Just imagine how friendly Air. Ball thought that wa. The latter certainly has a kick coming, as our Fire Chief, Police Chief, and many ether elty employes" are deate. But the point in' question is. the camouflaging policy of the Herald, which will not tell the truth, no matter how it helps or hurts, about: the. city, administration. The. day following the Herald mentions that two policemen were dismissed, forgetting to say that one ef them was the Keystoner who be- -. Muse soused watching at Fourth and Green and got tangled up In the semaphore. Later he was detailed after the first drank to hold-la- g down the traffic at Fourth and Market, mi to show he played no, fWrorite corners repeated his souse non-rep- l- ad- Tnfi.ionio haa rl aim ed as one of lord. ii. srtivttariB vfrn. TJnaa. Haarman. - De. Qulift Mass. e of beloved wife aged thirty-onValles was offered Ion by George HaarmaH, Jr., 1115 Lydia the United State?: as a street, and many menus are mournrewardv-.-R-r t to tha ing her death. Her funeral was his b boys of his outftfc 3jVc still plain held Saturday with Interment in St. "Father John," carrying- out the Michael's cemetery. Joint work of a chaplain and a Knights of Columbus secretary. It of Ktiao itaila niclnw. daughter napponea tnat most of the boys in tho lato James and Bridget Kane tho regiment Father Do Valles Is Blglow, passed to ner eternal reattached to hail from the New Eng- ward Tuesday night At her homo, land States, and It can ha said. 1511 West Jefferson street, leaving without betraying any military a host of friends and admirers to secrets, that they aro part and par mourn her death. The funeral took cel or tno xamous Twenty-sixtor place Thursday morning irom ou Yanks Division, which has been Patrick's church. cited by Gon. Porshlne on several occasions. rro.n fiinoml nf Mrs. Elizabeth Father Do Valle3' office Is about as busy a place as can Scheibel, 2348 West Markot street, be found In tho area of that divis- took placo Monday morning from ion. Ho answers questions of Bt. Anthony's church, of which she every description that tho boys hurl was a highly esteemea mender, duo at him and tries to settlo somo of (s survived by her son, John the many problems the lads In Bchelbel; two elBters, Mrs. Kate khaki have. If a boy gets a lettor (Mocrinr nnd Mrs. Harry Heritt. and from home ataltng that no allot- one brother, John Wolfe. ments havo been received from him ir.".j.n niMit rhoator .T. Hlckey. for a few months It Is to Father De Valles he goes with that letter, aged nineteen, son of Michael and and tho volunteer chaplain does his the late Mattlo Hlckey, passed best to help him out. peacefully into eternal me as m "Say, I've done everything In this Ha Was nnAt TJonlf ntront. outfit from shaving men to umpir- a. young man of much promise and ing ball games and refereelng box- many mourn his death. The fu ing bouts for them," said Father neral took place ruesuay mumiB De Valles to a new chaplain from from the Church of Our Lady. the United States who had just been assigned to that regiment Many friends sincerely regret the Father De Valles didn't add that he had also gone over the top with Treasy, which occurred at his home, wu the doughboys on nearly every raid 611 West iiroaaway. , years ago, they had made, and that he had In this city forty-eigboen. awardeu the Croix De Guerre tho son of a family prominent and T.nnlflVilla. ..i tn husinou and the D. B. C. for bravery. Neither did he show the' citation in The funeral was held Monday morn iBinEs9flBViHknr1flkHB which is mentioned the fact that ing from smuns cnapei, iu wuj "In spite of a heavy barrage fire being laid with his parents In St. Father; De Valles ministered to the Louis cemetery: wounded on the battlefield and by were his courage set an. Inspiring exand relatives Friends ample' to the men of the regiment." shocked when they received news Nor did Father De Valles tell of of the death of Joseph V. Herr-maJbbHbs8hE9bs sbbiVHsbhbsbi the work he did In the early days youngeBt son of Michael Herrof the war before the Knights of mann, French Consul, at Colorado Columbus had secretaries to send to Springs, where he was in business that division In supplying the boys for the past five years. He is surwith the stationery and cigarettes vived by his parents, four brothers that the K. of O. sent to him for and two sisters. The remains ardistribution. rived nere" Sunday and the burial The boys of Father Da Valles was" In St. ouis cemetery. regiment tell a story of how he, organized a minstrel troupe, equipJacob Goby, manager of the ping his men with instruments American restaurant, and widely taken from captured "Boches. A known la loeal business circles, died baby grand piano was found In a Monday morning at his home, 1337 H oiL in9BBSrBBBBBBSB&. German officer's dugout, and In- South Prestoa street. He was thirty stead of finding its way to the years old and was born in this city. ' - sSshh jHqi EHnpjSBSBSJBSSSSI salvage officer it secured a per- -. Besides his wife he leaves his gjSJvcssg SSS"BSSJBJBSJSSSSS9BSS11 raanenf berth with the regiment father, three brothers and a slater. after Father De Valles had his or- The funeral was held from St. derly, who was a nlano tuner In Philip Nerl church, Rev.. Father civil lite, put It In shape. That Ackermann conducting the solemn piano now provides the melody for obsequies. the regiment, and it travels on a supply truck whenever the outfit The Rev. George Mr Connor, MARSHAL fFOCH. J moves. No matter what part of pastor- of ,St. William's ehHreh, who Photograph showing him wearing the front the regiment la in Father has .neon lii qunng too summer m'nnftui Ylttfl HftAU Jirflwftd Wit til his saw insignia as a Marshal of t)e Valles manages te give the RraBea, sevam. stars and four rows mosses. and to haT He winter in Louliyille and has loft la of oak leave, tells the story of Qoiyoral John me nope ai rvvuning a is wsunu. kwar was "e- volunteer Louis cemetery. Croix de e, t -- - h, !.. . ht n, 3 door wat . the "tnow. nleasuro'." With the Knights of Columbus. An Im- shouted, and then, wife "xa,,,"one. pressive spectacle of part. e( a two, tnree, tne neavy nous gave regiment just before going Into ac-- . wajv Then for 'hours the old bell tion at confession, mass and com.- munion wnue shells were, falling pealed, forth the" Joyous tidings that. to an around them Is described in a let- war had corao begun end. uutsiae ter written by Lieut. Leo D. Sheri- the crowd had.pistols to gather, and and tooting. of dan, Company E. 327th Infantry, to tho firing of his brother, 'Ed A. Sheridan, horns added to the ardor of the of Macon, Ga. Lieut. Sheri- boys in khaki. "There's nothing tho matter with dan is a member of Macon Council. fathers," shouted Knights of Columbus. His letter in tho Dominican tho crowd, and tho soldiers before part follows: grand "I want to toll you what hap leaving dubbed It the one"It's the pened the day before wo wont into occasion of their lives. had a the front lines. Our battalion w.as first tlmo woInover Catholic chanco to church," a located In a denso woods and wo ting a bell ,wero living in shelter tents- - tho they declared. "Wo aro going out to camp and tell 'em all about It." ouicors had littlo small shacks with They then crowded Into their mahardly room to turn around In. Tho K. of C. secretary also had a chine and amid cheers and horn small shack about as big as your tooting went thoir way. It was just and rignt mat tno bath room and In this lie had a candy, VIctrola, cigarettes, etc. Dominicans should feel joyous on Needless to say this was tho most such an occasion, when It IsIs taken tho popular place in tho woods. No into consideration that this de doubt you know that tho K. of C. s spirit left by St. Dominic to histnen voted children nrst uou ana give away everything and won't of our country. For hundreds take money for anything. morning of tho samo night years tho Dominicans have been "Tho we went to tho first line tho K. of true to thl3 motto, ana wnen tne C. secretary sent down word that United States entered the dreadful of her noble sons mass would be celebrated at the war twenty-fiv- e K. of C. shack at 9:30. I imme- promptly responded to tho nation's diately formed our company and call. This recalls what a great read this notice and gave all per- churchman onco said: "With the mission to attend. This was also Dominicans in our army and navy, dono In the three companies. There wo havo nothing to fear." Beginning Sunday, November 24, Is another Lieutenant in my com pany named Nickolson who Is also a mission will bo given at St. Loul3 two weeks. a Catholic; he Is from New York Bertrand church, to last will be anand is a mighty fine fellow; has The hours for services been with our company about ono. nounced tomorrow. month. We at once decided to at tend mass and beat it through the woods to the K. of C. hut. Upon arriving there we found about 300 or more soldiers gathered around. It was raining, but this did not keep the men from kneeling In tho mud. Finally the prleBt arrived and the men began going to confession. After hearing confessions mass began, and I honestly believe " '"F V'HaSsBBBnnBBSSBlBBMBBBr' myself, every soldier, including wont to communion. I never will forget this sight as long as I live and am' sorry I can't give a better description. There we were, In the thick woods with rain falling and men on their knees in mud. Overhead aeroplanes would buzz and we could hear them signalling to each other; you could hear shells whis tling by, bound ror tne uerman SsH!a9SF:i .?,. ',tjfiaitBSBSK8R3c&?, trenches, and I am sure God was gSJSSESBSJaBSSSSJBBBSSSSBBjBEtif devout on these looking down soldiers. I would have given anything In the world to have had a fsSBBBBSSS M BBBBBBH camera and to have taken a picture SSBBbV 1 assembly, but iaSBBBBBK of this wonderful anyhow It Is Imprinted Indelibly on my mind and I never will forget heroes. owened. "You ' tike of the spiritual blesslaae. priv ileges and oomforts provided through the ministrations .of the many chaplains sent overseas by for-the- ockvu.' "Goedi" shouted the .,- - - brown-eUl- d - ,i are carried on K. of C.' itmUTHng Wb, Sk where th men J.rom the Observation oatterle? are nusrtnrml. i 'For tho first time In" jive week mass was .celebrated at all of the Knlghtsof Columbus buildings' on November- 10. .Although the ban was not lifted. u4il Saturday evening the masses were all crowded, aa the men had beerf coming' regularly and only to be disappointed until Sunday. On Sunday night moving pictures were shown in the halls,, and the William S, Hart pictures made a hit with the men. ' The programme's for tho coming week havo been made up and- no doubt will play to packed houses. On Thursday of last week the few romalning nuns who have been nursing for tho past six weeks left tho camp, taking with them the best wishes of all tho soldiers. Somo of the nuns returned to their convents while others left for the Kentucky, of mountain districts where thoy aro now engaged in caring for the influenza victims. One of the Sisters, writing home, is high in praiso of tho manner in which tho pooplo received havo them In tho hills, and this is to bo expected oven from the mountain Bection, as tho Sisters easily win their way into the hearts of the - res afflicted. Saturday night Louisville On witnessed a great, parade through n streets In support tho of tho United War Drlvo which started Monday. The work at the camp herd was represented by three floats, showing what la done by the Knights of Columbus for the white and colored soldiers, one float forty feet long showing a trench in France. Tho floats were escorted by 300 Knights of Columbus from Loulsvlllo Council and 200 ladles from the Queen's Daughters and St. Club. The Helena's whole turnout was received, with applause all along the "route, the marchers carrying electric lights of red, white and blue over their shoulders. Tho colored soldiers' float represented the boxing feature of the Knights of Columbus work. The new band of the Officers Training School gave its first concert Tuesday night at the K. C. auditorium on the Poplar Level road. This musical organization Is composed of fifty pieces and has been training for some time under pf Don G. Monttho direction gomery. The programme was followed by a reception. down-tow- CATHOLIC KNIGnTS. BBT - sae-nune- - Sfl6 "You will notice I am using fluenza among members, was one Knights of Columbus stationery; of the important problems to come they are doing great work over before the Supremo Board. Actuary here and the closer to the front you ! Abb Landls was also present to go the more of- them you find.. advise the board concerning the While' In the front line a Ki of C. feasibility of issuing certificates for I, secretary made several trips to see at whole family insurance,- paid-u- p us and brought the boys stationery, aS'.iJ Age seventy, and other, modern candy and cigarettes. The boys certainly appreciated this and It cer- ADMIRAL MAYO IN BNGLAND. forms, upon which the Supreme Board was instructed by too last The secretainly was a Admiral Mayo, of the United Supreme Council to report to the a tary had to walk about "navjrr who recently arrived; ln'next Supreme Council, to beOseM at mtto through dangerous country , States iuuuuiiw,g(, MjOUIS JH iptay, 111 with theoe packae under his ana. BUglKJlUi IV H uiUfciaiij111 8 The Board of Supreme OftTIeers of the Catholic Knights of America on session met In semi-annuTuesday at St. Louis. How to meet tho heavy 'draft on the mortuary fund, caused by deaths from Inal - w s'Xt; . - - - - God-sen- d. one-ha- lf na7SPTXJOtiTV JURI&IX AMBJKIOAK- Euchre and lotto debt fir St. Louis Bortrand church Hall, building fund in Bertrand PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. afternoon and evening. rWMed to the Sodel and Moial Advancement of Irish Americans isd Catholics 25-Annual November Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Thanksgiving festival of St. Boniface Men's Society at St. Boniface Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Hall, Fehr avenue and Jackson. CO., IneorpoateJ,Pub!l8hers Thanksgiving 26 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! November lotto by ladies of St. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NOLE COPY 5c euchre and parish, at school hall, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Columba's Thirty-fift- h and Market. e Matter. Entered at the Loultvllle Postofflce ai November 22 26 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS r f SOxS CIBAKRS AND DYBRS KENTUCKY liOUISVIIiliJC ZNCO&rORATBD I ! f LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. j Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Home Phone City 7638 Second-Cln- FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. S0x3 30x8 52x3 HUNGER'S CHILE Highland 1033 JOS. V. CAFETERIA GROCERY WINES, SPANINGER MeYeei ell Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wsst Green St. St. iaNJo3Bj LOUISVILLE, KY ABOVE THEIR QUOTA. 'Fall social of Ann's church In school hall, faeventh and Davies avonue party of 11 Card December Nazareth Alumnae at 851 South Fourth avenue, afternoon only. November 27-2- 8 Thermold Thormoid Thermold Thermold Thermold PL CI. Wa, CI, PI. CL PL. .f Ns. 8s. 8s. igoWi25h0st. Retail Branch W8 S. TXIBD ST. Louisville 458 South Fifth Btrcot Thee tires are all flret guaranteed with aaai ana serial sxmtiir attached. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN "We solicit a call to Inspect our stock FOR 12.16 1.5 at both stores. GEO. P. BREITENSTEIN MATire and Rubber Co, city1?!?!1"5 S.EO 8.95 10.85 stock,-- AND SALOON, FINE LIQUORS, CIGARS 370 Baxter Avcnno Incorporated Main 1039 AMERICA IN THE WAR. Asking tho question, what could the Catholic citizens of the United Statos do, out of patriotism, that they havo not done during the present war? the Catholic Columbian well answers: Not a thing. They have given their sons above their quota In proportion to popula- tion. They have contributed their money In millions In every way that contribution was desired to Lib- orty. bonds, to tho Red Cross to tho Knights of Columbu3 Welfare Work, etc. They havo their services, as shown by Messrs. Schwab, Hurley, Ryan and Stettinius, by tho Sisters who have become volunteer Red Cross nurses, etc., etc. They havo loaned their buildings to the Government, as in tho case of tho Catholic University, etc. Sisters' hospitals, colleges, They havo presented a united front like one man in support of the republic's cause and of Us constituted authorities. There are no slackers, shirkers", cowards, conscientious obcrooks, malcontents or jectors, traitors among Catholic Americans. The Catholic church inculcates patriotism. Tho Catholic religion makes devotion to country a duty. .better Catholic a man is, tho fcer citizen is he, for his rellg- teach.es him to be honest, charitable, industrious id law abiding, and the more riosely he follows those instructions fche higher does he rise toward tho deal of good citizenship, in a 'crisis like this war men's principles are put to the test of practice, and the gold of real worth comes out or the furnace of trial, glowing and visible to all the world. -yi SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 Oh Johnnie, dear, and did you hear tho news that's going round, driving longer as an army of They'renow from alloft the Germans abroad much the Allies' nearly of all occupation. Besides, n Europe east of the frontier will see stormy days. Disorder and revolution are sure to Who break out In many places. can foresee what services our troops may yet bo called on to Tender for of order and tho civilization in Europe? Wo must ceo this thing through to tho end, until the foundation of peace and Justice is securely laid. Therefore we must wait and not bo impatient for their return. Franco-Belgia- They havo driven them from tho Sommo and driven them ground. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON SAL. S. SMITH, HENRY SCHUH 1403 Soventh Street 3 East Main Street Choice Staplo and Fancy GROAutomohllo Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. City .Home To. Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1568-CHINE CO. 781-78Y. And they'll wlpo out all those Germans just as euro as you are from tho Marne, PROP. J. M. BUOKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Phono City 2923; Residence 7108 CHARLES BALLMAIER Botween Brook and Floyd PLUMBING. GAS PTTTTNfT a ism SEWERAGE, Job Work A Spoclalty TIH3 MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. born. Funeral Director and Embalmer! 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. HO.ME 230 East Market Street For they'ro loyal sons pf Italy and they're loyal sons of Franco, And loyal sons of England, but America made them dance. Then heto's a health to Porshing and a health to General Foch, And hero's to all the noblo boys that gavo the Huns the BOTH PHONES 810. SPOT CANTEEN I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AAAAA tLAAat ilLJIL AND ZANE STS. f A GENERAL MERCHANDISE SOLDIERS FOR do-vot- ed THOUGHTFUL OimiSTMAS. Western In this vast Middle neighborhood thero are many thousands of things to b'o done before Christmas. It behooves us to take a neighborly Interest In the enterprise of forehanded shopping and Wo avoid all unnecessary waste. can do this by distributing our shopping over the months of November By no means wait and December. until tho last moment. Tho State Council of Defense asks that we shop not only early in tho season but oarly in tho day. Don't wait until tho chops are crowded, and the salespeople are pressed to tho limit. Buy only necessary things; things that will bo serviceable and for which thero Is some real demand in tho household. Of course toys will bo available as usual for tho children. Whenever it is possible shoppers are urged to carry their own parcels. And when parcels arc to be sent to out of town addresses they should bo sent early In tho season. Furthermore, when things are sent out of town they should not be bulky, thereby clogging malls and express. Christmas shopping will lose much of its REFUTES BIGOTED ENEMIES ombarrassment and hurry if each Iconoclast, which treats person will make it a point to do it lous denominations wuu early. and Just consideration, but ITAPSBURG BLINDNESS. fly denounces bigotry in all Its truth-chast- e, shock, And when this cruel strife is over and bur hoys the war will if) ifflffiet jtaeTwVTleff ff Drinks, Candles, Cigars, Tobacdo. The Right Place for Right Prices. Soft Both Phones POULTRY Everything for the Soldiera Cigars, Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE C. 4203 S. 9192-- A win, It's then they'll plant Old Glory In the. center of Berlin. Mrs. Mary J. O'Neill. DOUGHERTY & McELIOH Both Phones 2406 FOOD AND 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, H SUPPLIES Free Advice on Poultry RETJTLINCJER and & 0 0. j 'Miss SOGIETV. Mrs. James j f Funeral Directors and Embalmers IBOXJHC 210 WEST MARKET STREET Quick Delivery ALLER Pet Diseases S PET SHOP FIRE INSURANOH TORNADO, ENGRAVERS Adolph Kcutlingec LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRO STREET COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS relatives at Huntington, W. Va. Zano F. Nulty is visiting rKCOKTB;s. . I I 'ARTHUR A. WILL Homo City 200S X Cumb. Mala 2008-- a I Agnes Flnnegan, of 533 street, spent the week-en- d with relatives in tho West End. Co., Is homo Mrs. !' H"M"1H"M-1"I"I'''- l 11 U BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET SOHLICn ENGRAVING Thomas J. Campion, of Hynes & after a three months' business trip in Now York State. o, iWWVrtWWWHWmWWWWMWWiVWUWVUWVSVUWW CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y HOME PHONE 88 Home Phono Shawnee 1010 335 W. Main SOUTH St, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone City 5674 LOUISVILLE SAVINGS ' AND DEPOSIT BANK John Hanratta, of Clarks-vlllTenn., is tho guest of Mrs. Joseph Marratta in the Highlands. J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 East Franklin Street AND FRESH MEATS 967-- A GROCERIES Cumb. Main Joseph E. Smart, after ten days' visit .with his parents, left Monday for the Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Miss Katherlne Spaulding, who is visiting Miss Katherlne IMattingly, will return next week to her home Sire yoar boys aa edaeatloa that prspax sans zer use. at Lebanon. Messrs. M. J. and Garrett Foley, of Pewoe Valley, have been enjoy112 823 Bast feVlVVVVVVVVWWVVVWVbiW will AND EMBALMERS. Main SBWrrBt. Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid" on Savings Denoslts. A General Ranklntr T5noL. ness Transacted. Home Phone City 2845 f. Phone City 4131 FOR YOUR GROCERIES EVElpf THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and SatlsfactlotjAm r. 441 East St. Catherine llAXli'S UAIUi ing a two weeks' sojourn at Mrs. Amelia Issue, pjo Carr, of Jefferson-vlllhaa Deen spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,. Carr ia Oakdale. .. e, "W. Broadway, XalrlUe, Xj. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Classical, Scientific and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Bwlramlng- Fool, Well Equipped Gymna sium. Bra. Beajaniin. Mr. - ST. XAVIER'S COLLfcQE H. BOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SIO PEHR AVISNOK Telephoae 10SS. Z roone uiiy ouaz H. Plato'ff, Preet I. Bush, iSs i A mm AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor East Jefferson Street anTTTTTWPTW Iftl" GrkMfe ELATOFF & GBNBSAL sv Its destruction to its own blindness. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Shannon have For the next three weeks we are are now occupying the going to offer aU of our lacea at a In the sixteenth, seventeenth and takon-an- d aveeighteenth centuries it won a cer- Bledsoe home on Pennsylvania liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and it will ta.r dur tain amount of good will in Europe nue. Crescent Hill, eustomers to wrKe us at raee while as the defender of Western civilizaciaronco Besten, who has been our stock is complete. tion against the hated Turk, who nn training at iPensacoIa, has been then1 had not only tho .will but then spending the week hero visiting his Dnrferr Chnrrh Cnnrlc ft vvi nutlet power to do great evil. Aa the father, Henry Besten. men. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. was born in power of Turkey declined In the Cardinal Gibbons Mrs. John O'Brien, yoars ago and nineteenth century the Hapsburgs Place, New Albany, has826 Catherine Baltimore eighty-fou- r as her guest has always made that city his home. might havo extended their authority her daughter, Mrs. Robert Q. An PERFECT FITTING It is not often that a man wins dis- over the lands redeemed from derson, of Dallas, Texas. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Even Turkish slavery and might havo tinction In his homo city. C. T. McCloskoy Mr. and Mrs. Christ spoke of how hard it is for rotained leadership In a great fed- and Mrs. Mattio O'Connor, of Har- a prophet to win great honor among erated Southeastern Europe. But the rodsburg, have been tho gue3ts or bis own neighbors and kindred. condition of success was to Mrs. E. A. Meisburg, Crescent Hill. Cardinal Gibbons is a conspicuous democratize their monarchy and ad Brennan, ot South Mrs. exception. In 1878 he was made mit tho Slavic peoples Into political Soventh John M. has entirely recovstreet, Archbishop, and elevated to the partnership with the Germans and ered from the recont accident in Cardlnalato June 7, 188G. Hungarians. The failure to meet which she sustained a broken arm. Cardinal Gibbons belongs to the this condition must bo placed largely Valley, Col. J. J. nobility of mind. Though a Prlnco at tho door of the feudal magnates had for his Foley, of Powee guest for several days Oculists' Prescriptions. of the Church, he is a thorough of Hungary who were determined last week tho Rev. Father M. T. democrat whose heart beats strongly to Maygarizo the Croatlans and McFarland, who some years ago SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY He has Roumanians at all costs. They failed was pastor thero. lor the common people. XHCORPOKATXS lived a llfo of service to his church, to see how powerful the force of Mrs. Etta DeLong, of Lexington, Fourth and Chestnut. Ills country and his fellow men. No nationality is, which is tho more arrived last week and has been a delightful visit with her minister of God ever so completely curious since they had fought Mrs. Merit won the hearts of his countrymen strenuously to maintain their own dauchtor.apartments. O'Neal, in the Gibbons is celebrated for national existence against the en- Mildred Cardinal courage, charity and devotion to croachment of German Austria. Mrs. W. H. Thomas, of Dayton, Ohio, has been spending a pleasant exalted ideals. suest of her nmoV 1mm as the AFTER ENGLAND FAILED. Cardinal Gibbon is an Incarnate daughter, Mrs. Richard Donlgan, at ' refutes all the argument that NORTON BUILDING It Is related that the American her home on Ormsby avenue. damnable lies invented and peddled soldiers were taunted for quite a N. W.Ccmer Faurth mi Jefferson Hogan enterup and down the land against the while by tho English Miss Margaret that the tained with dinnerG.Monday evening Catholic, church and her Institutions Yankees didn't get into the big of Private W. C. O'Brien, by her bigoted enemies. As man, scrap until it was over. Uncle in honor Oglesthorpe, who .was here of Fort priest, Bishop, Archbishop and Car- Sam's boys retorted by saying that on a visit. Those present were dinal he has lived In the whitest the A. E. F. on their baggage and Misses Mary Bullen, Virginia L. Margaret O. light and nobody has ever been able supplies meant "After England Kerins, S. T. Aller, S. Cunlff, SerHogan; Sergeant L. against his Failed." to place a black mark geant Merlin Hogan, Lieut, w. S. name. His name reflects honor, Hart and Private W. C. O'Brien. CHANCELLOR AN ATHEIST. not only upon the city of his birth, engagement of Miss but upon his nation and church. Franz Ebert, tho new German STho i r.A MiMiani u. McDer- .i For more than sixty years Car- Chancellor and head of Germans? mntt, fa nnnnunced. tho marriage to dinal Gibbons has been a national is a rabid Socialist and athelt. take place at St. Louis Bertrand's figure. He has always had decided Under Socialistic and, anarchistic church ohanksgivlngday opinions and sincere convictions on rule Germany is in for severe trials. Mr. and fcrMn ia n. dauchter of every vital question affecting the. Mrs. Samuel Gant, pf 949 Dumeanll social, religious and political moral, WATCH 'ESI COMB OUT. streot, and. tho groom Is a son of lepnriK Md Metrawl HiHt Seles! Trill M. J. McDermott life of the nation. These opinions Now that the war ie over look out Both young people have a host of Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy he has freely and frankly expressed friends who Ckir pedis t at all times without fear or favor. for some fiery patriotic meetings prosperity. wish them luck and Bind la all these years has never of the Junior Order and A. F. A. 607 iStarka Mid an untimely, useless or foolish boys, who have been mighty quiet WE CANT BLAME B1M. BlIeUje tiring. "History has failed to fur- since April, 1917. Beth Pbo.-'-f We clip the following from nish a parallel to the life of this Early Monday morning telegrams "Uncle Dud's Attic" in Thursday's remarkable man. were received from wasmngton Louisville Herald:goodie! The day he was commissioned a First Lieu"Oh, goodlel tenant in the regular army, and announcing that on Sunday, Novem gKRVICB THAT REMAINS. after tomorrow is Saturday and now wears the bars of a Captain, ber 10, armistice terms bad been Saturday's the day the receiving promotion last week and Despite our victorious armistice accepted by Germany, and also that comes out "We can hardly a ten days' he furlough, which to apent with friends here. Capt. mueh service yet remains, as the the Kaiser had abdicated, which contain ourselvee from week Maloney Is now stationed at St. Sto peace treaty will not be concluded meant that the day of peace had ar- week waiting for the Thursday for his for several months yet. All that rived. Deo Gratis. young Marie and left During his visit the There ls method In this new command. our force of two million soltime man's madness. He appreciates the Keystoners and their tunny breaks diers will remain in Europe on duty. Peace has come and our forces fight this paper Is making for real gave cause for many hearty laughs. 'or wnica &u police and newspaper men need After the signing of the peace treaty are victorious. police protection going home should thanr God. ft frill take many months for the States has saved worldThe United wee sma' hours of the morning. la cnuRcn of our lady. democracy repatriation or our troops, even If and now leads all nations. For Blessing of the service flag and they are then tree to return. which again thank God. OAPtf. MALONBY NOW. also the newly erected Grotto of aa we desire to see all our Ardently Tlia Ttraf IPllTlfl TU9A1lt 52fltT1ff?n a TTantnnVv weloome was Klven Our Lady of Lourdea will take place brave boys home once more, we night presaged Louisville's response at the of Our Jeka Maloney, who won 'national tomorrow sermon Church delivered I Lady. The will be mutt resign ourselves to the to the appeal for our soldier boys, distinction as head of the Louisville by one of the Dominican fathers that large .numbers, if not This e!tv and State are asala "over mounted police, during the past ten days. Upon leaving the ponce roree from St. Louis Bertrand's. hundreds of thousands, matt remain) the top." out-of-to- ig tribute to Cardinal Gibbon. reclaiming the Cardinal "a wonder ful man," It says la partr James Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore, is not only a great prelate pf a great church, but he Is one of the world's best, wisest and greatest AlbrSurpliqeeaUiices. Incorporated CONTRACTOI BUILDERS wr i5yii. "MerHig" HLICKD BACOa te tf HAM. .jAJtD. 8AU8AGB CO. 9 JOHN 21 14 BVRATTERMAN Estimates Cheerfully Furnished OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. Home Phone Shawnee 803 ILLS PROVISION (XaDorpontfwM FUNERAL DIRECTOR WEST MARKET STREET - j viiuiui uuuuj f (in HENRY GOSS ' CONTRACTOR FOR PhoDe3Shavvnee I243 Cumberland Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting West "7aTin Roots Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOM Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 1310 S. Tweaty-Blxt- h St. "As Near to You as tbe Neareet Phone" 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 FUNERAL SEE TOOLEY FOR 7HONEY. JOHN B. O'LBARY G. Loans to those having regular inHeadquarters for A Special Spray $3.00 comes or salary, with no publicity to housekeepers CITY AND FARM FROFKjmt, A Special Wreath $5.00 or red tape. Loans security. See us about anything In jn their personal estate. We sell, buy and rent F. R. POOLEY, 604 W. JEFFBRSON ST. Building, Room 1, Courier-Journ416 S. Fourth Street. Home Phone City 4464. MMOU1 SAM L. ROBERTSON ROWERS Sckah al kj 1 tourth Htewe LeulvHr J Everywhere rwmstSTK nuwtiu C E. YANN DATJtY COMPANY WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER We telegraph Flowers INCORPORATED M8-51- 0 ng CjZjjPjfry LOUISVILLE. KY, Satisfoetlon guaranteed. SOUTH WENZEL ST. Brook and Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBENG Cumb. S. 153-Y Both Phones 42C2 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT "SOUTHERN 426 W. MARKET STAR" SLICED BACON A SPECIALTY "All Ready for Your Griddle In the aiornwg" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS FRED HORNUNG, JR. AND GAS FITTINa 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Fortdtare at prices that are always the lowest. A complete line of ddriistk: v jMif I SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. . 5c Best Cigars 1 J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAHJ GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS Call Homo Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED. Cumb. Phone Main 721. Home Phono Parkway 350 LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Cumb. Phone South 2255-Y When In Louisville Store Your Car at the WUEST BROS. 934-93- .tT Slo KOERNER CORNS,BUN!ONS Hade! and Polishing a Specialty. Home, City 3481. HILL STREET & STRADER GARAGE Manufacturers ot Specialties, Gen. 110 E. Main or 110 W. Mala era! Machine and Model Work Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing Stool Stamping 6 WEST Home Phone, City 6648 BEUTKL & FREDERICK AND MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO KENTUCKY RIVER LINH TIDS SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'd 7418 East 180 J. 3. JONES. Agent Fourth and River, Louisville Phones: Main 9214; City 416 KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN COKE STATION THanltfttn. etc. Cots. TLToftromuM. Goods. Bed Clothlntr. Furnishing Cutlery, Novelties. LAUNDRY AGENCY. Irish-Americ- an KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 614-09- FLORISTS Flowers for All Occasions. Design Work a Specialty. 1339.1231 SoHtbTTJrook Street Home, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-A , S Heme Pheae 2S5G 3 Irish-America- Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager vumvumu PMYxaxirx ajmsozaswt Incorporated. to make LOANS ob furniture and other sereeaal waa ors-anlie- Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. DENTI5T 900-90- 1 STARRS BUILDINd. by well-kaew- a etMeee ssi proe-nee- ta ColemaB Bid;., 8. V. Cer. Third and Jeeeeek SeWMT XAXM. Both PkHM, Silt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phone City 1931 You Wait Soldiers' Uniform and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Serviee, IThx, Attention and Quality." gas W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You wait. NATIONAL HATTERS TOM T0LAKI3, Prop. TlcSMOKIRS Suokz Oi Taz, Houitf a o K:jaKroxJOK:i3Eei3Ei HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY ' . JkJs&-ExxcAJs:- r aaaaaaaaaaa4aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaj wvwTWtwWWTVvVtVtwTWVvTVWtV Exclusive City Safes A I HERMAN STRAUS Redeem Qold SONS Trading Stamps. J 3 DIVISION 8. We Give and N QTJAIyl'TY High Grade Eastern KcntucHy Lump Cqal CTR TON. nxt iat Plc one of Col. ;John 3IcAteer, Louisville's best known and pioneer nnmmmltimmmmmwmmm INCORPORATED residents,' will celebrate his nineMEN'S UNION SUITS, 'We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. tieth' birthday next Friday; and toGov. Smith, who defeated Gov. Flno heavy cotton ribbed; cut largo and roomy; closed crotch; day ho is in better physical condi- whitman, is a member of tho order. every suit Is guaranteed perfect and will sell later for ?2.50; sizes tion than many twentv voars his $1.80 filcGahan Council of 36 to 46; special Monday only. Sentinel M. J. McDeraott. junior, Here's looking at you. Col- - ton, Ohio, has sixty New Lexingstars In Its o: MEN'S UNDERWEAR. service flag. y 'i Good quality cotton ribbed shirts and drawers; cut large and Little Rock Council will hold it3 REMAIN LIGHTLESS NIGHTS. roomy; well made; all sizes; special, garment....................$1.00 deforred initiation December l, MEN'S COOPER UNDERWEAR. Setting aside all sprevious orders when 100 candidates will roceivo Food Choppers: the "Universal" Alarm Clocks; nickel cases with tho threo degrees. Fine cotton ribbed shirts and drawers; made on Cooper's in regard to "Hghtless nights" and make; they have threo cutters alarm switch; largo plain figBprlng needle machines; ecru color; shirts sizes 34 to 46; drawers loung men from eighteen to What They Have Been DAing the use of fuel for lighting, adverfine, medium and coarse. ures on dial; priced at S1.30 twenty-on- o 30 to 46; slightly machine soiled but are splendid values at $1.50 years may now join tho tisements, signs, windows and the No. 0 the Past Week General ?1.00 MEN'S WOOL MIXED UNDERWEAR. Clothes Hampers; round covered like, Wiley B. Bryan, Federal Fuel order as associato members, as It is News Notes, willow hampers In medium Administrator for Kentucky, has Is no longer compulsory to carry ln- Well known makes; good heavy qualities of natural gray No. 2 2.50 size, special at, each sued a new set of regulations, ouiiuict;. 2.50 wool mixed materials; best workmanship; shirts sizes 34 to 50; No. 3 0.85 David I. Walsh, which will bo as rigidly enforced as of Oil Heaters; tho New Perfection drawers 30 to 50; theso goods aro very scarce and wo advise you Windsor Kettles; in tho "Wear-Eveto buy now; our prices, garment...... Division 3 met last night for the those during tho period of tho war. Massachusetts and prominent inK. heaters. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 aluminum; a slzo, Japanned flnlsh....85.00 first time slnco the ban was placed Mondaytfand Tuesday nights are of C. circles, has won a great perfitted with cover; regular continue' as "Hghtless nights" in sonal victory Jn his election to tho Nickel finish on meetings. 7.00 prlco special $2.30; at, Floor Wax; the ordfr, another section of which United States Senate. Many members look forward to Johnson or Old Engeach Edmund Lonnon, of Jollet, 111., a 81.50 Bpeclficajljf declares the prohibition g of our soldier and lish wax; prlco per the of extravagant wasteful uso of fuel Knights of Columbus Savory Roosters; bluo steel, Secretary, can sailor members. 50c for lighting purposes at any and all died October 21 of appendicitis in and Division 4 had its first meeting times, Casseroles; with d the American hospital at Neullly. largo size, oval shape; regular since tho flu epidemic Monday frames and brown Ho was tho first Knlchtn nf nninm. price $2.00; special at.$1.0D evening with a good attendance. 2 -2 Lbs. For' 75c earthenware inset, lined with bus worker to dlo in Franco, where LOtrO AND EUCHRE. Dutch Cleanser; for scouring and white; priced at Many look for renewed activities ho was a recent arrival. Sl.lO scrubbing; specially priced at cxrr in all the divisions, now that the aarown a cerrjsH isQtMSXTT. ro its Extra Insets, each 30c. The ladies of St. Columba's con3 cans for.... ................... Ji5c war has ended and the flu NAZAItETH gregation? Thirty-fift- h ENTHUSED. and Market. world's Lightliouso Cleanser; for scour- Oil of Cedar Polish; thoand polbest; it dusts, cleans are making preparations for their ing and scrubbing; specially 3Vt. One of the impressive events in Capt. John J. Malonoy, former annual Thanksgiving euchre and ishes and is absolutely greaso-les- s. priced at 5 cans for. .23c Importer and Roaatar of High Grade CoSm, Bold President of Division 3, was here on lotto, to do given in tho school hall tho history of old Nazareth Academy occurred Monday, when 125 Wnsh Boilers; a furlough this week and visited on the last Tuesday of this month, Direct to Conaumer. bottle tin .25c boilers with genuine copper Many handsomo pupils of tho institution and five many of the members. ,.43c Novembor 26. bottle. aia w. atajucET it. r.BxmF7suua, bottoms; No. 8 size; special Toilet Paper; a good crepo tissue Tho presence of our returning awards are being donated for tho Sisters marched a mile and a half Return this advertisement with remittance and we at $2.00 to occasion, 'and tho ladies feel confi- to Bardstown to participate In a in rolls; specially priced K. L A, will b hip Coffe by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. soldiers will soon add interest An ovaPercolators; of pure aluminum division meetings. They have been dent this will be ono of the most patriotic demonstration. at 7 rolls for...x 35c p In a size; regular price many oyer the top. enjoyable affairs of tho season. The tion was tendered them from the No mall, phono or O. O. D, at the front and games will begin at 3:30 and 8:30 moment of their arrival till their ?2.00; special at ....S1.GD orders for this paper. Hibernians throughout tho coundeparture. The way was cleared as 5 try regret tho death at Butte, P. m. they marched to the Court House, Mont., of John J. OTtfeara, for whoro in a body tho saluted tho FATHER FITZGERALD. many years National Director of flag. Court was suspended in the Ancient Order and well known At the regular meeting of Divis- honor of tho occasion. Tho doors Irish Nationalist. Monday evening, of the Court House were thrown ion 4, A. Cv JL, John H. Hcnnessy, Thomas J. Lan- open and faculty and pupils filed In MOURN ms DEATH. gan and James J. McTIghe were for a patriotic entertainment. Dean The death on Sunday of John J. appointed to draft suitable resolu- O'Connell opened the exercises. His of Rev. J. J. address was followed by the school Sheehan, beloved husband of Mary tions on the death pastor X- Displayed in of St. chorus singing the "Star Spangled Casey Sheehan, 1123 South Sixth Fitzgerald, former the Windows Are Oanner" and street, removes from St. 'Louis Ber- Leo's church and honorary member Congressman other patriotic songs. Shoes For' All Occasions and to Ben I yr Johnson then .' trand parish one of its most highly of the Ancient Order of (Hibernians. esteemed members. For many years The committee was also Instructed made a stirring address, compliMeet Every Requirement. a faithful employe of the L. and N to have.' five memorial masses said menting the Sisters and pupils on ' their splendid patriotism. FollowrVJy II he was popular with both euperiors for the repose of his eoul. ing Mr. Johnson's address Mies . f7fir and associates. He was a practical Fulton, one of the able speakers iFOHTY nouns. Catholic and always Interested In of Nelson county, spoke to the the welfare of his friend nrl Tomorrow morning with high guests. Orchestral numbers and neighbors. Monday night the Holy SHOES FOR Name Society, led by Father Lyons, mass the Forty Hours'' Adoration patriotic choruses from the pupils and a benediction by visited the family home and recited will open in the Chdrch of Our WOMEN and Rudd, con- the Rev. Father David. Nazareth's the rosary and prayers for the Lady, Thirty-fift- h chaplain, concluded the programme. dead. Besides his wife he leaves a tinuing-- .until Tuesday. The. mmmmvmmmmmKSmLi NEVER CAME service will be. directed by large family of grown, cuiMrea. The ANNUAL FKOTIVAL. faneral wm held Tneedey Joornlng Rev. J4wrtiiw O'Connor, toe pastor, ';mmWmBmwSmmLmm US IN Ar TO Ml with requiem high aaea at 8t. who will be reesisted, by priest from The annual Tbankagiviac festival other parishes. Father O'Connor Louis Sertnrad's. GREATER r" doing effctire work since of the St. Honifaoe Men's Soetety, VARIETY OF he became pastor and. indications an event always awaited with wide1stominats onwcans. are that under ills charge the con spread Interest, will take place at SMART STYLES. The St. Joseph's Orphan Society gregation will steadily increase in fct Boniface Hall, Fehr avenue and Jackson street, on Monday evening. held its regular meeting at St. nusroe rs. The illustration correctly portrays just one style. Many others ia wovemoer 25,-- ana Tuesday after Boniface Hall Sunday afternoon This offering, at is a typical example ' noon and evening, November 36. today's wiaeW. JUFFBRSOiniLLB. ana anaae the following nomina H n This unique festival, given by the tions lor officers: President, Job of Levy s value giving. You'll like Mr. and Mrs. James B- - Doherty, men of St. Boniface congregation, Aiue ana uernan LionmlHer; VI 422 MelKS avenue Jeffersonville, on has always proven Itself to be a rresiaem, uominicK Lubbers shoes they're substantially made, smartly Tuesday received word from their most enjoyable affair and has been Henry j, Rueff; Recording Seer iDoherty, that he had .a great attraction for the people of tary, Joseph Heltzman and Joaen son, Raymond styled conservative models and- English Riedle; Financial Secretary, Sebas- - been wounded and was in a hos- the city at large, and especially for uaa v. iiuDoucn ana Joseph O. pital. A postal card was also re- all former members of the parish. FOURTH AVENUE' lasts. Dependable in every way with fine Wuersch; Corresponding Secretary, ceived from. Lieut. Charles A. Hunt, It is somowhat like an annual The Jeffereenville, and in this he Thanksgiving home coming. Charles G. Pfoffer and Louis r; of rubber heels already attached. " will provide oxcellent Treasurer, William P. said he was going to see Doherty, men both evenings. an (Monday lunch on night Mayer and Herman F. Lammers. as he was stationed near him. euchre will be played and Tuesday Tho election will bo held at the Mon'tf Shoes Main Floor. afternoon and evening lotto games LADIES' SODALITY SOCIAL. Decomber meeting. Henry Bosse, will bo tho feature. The excellent the retiring President of the So ' The Young Ladles' Sodality of St. Bonlfaco orchestra, assisted by ciety, has held the office threo Oor. Fifth and Market times in succession. St. Joseph's St. Charles church will clvo a 80- - other talent, will provide exquisite Society clal entertainment Monday evening and popular music. All are invited ono of Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 country, is and tho tho oldest in this In St. Charles Hall, h and the committees in charge will orphanage and :: i grounds on Frankfort avenue stand and Chestnut, for the benefit of tho (eave nothing undone to make visThreo Ter Cent. Interest Paid they invito their itors feel at homo and have a good as a monument to Its progressive church, to which On Timet Deposits will time. and charitable spirit. friends. This entertainment be different from others, and during President James B. Brown CALLED TO DEATH. WLLL SING FHtST 3IASS. the evening there will bo somo real Henry J. Angermeler..Vice President With the passing of William E. surprises. James J. Hayes..Vlce President p. iJWKOH. JR., Vict Pru. lad Trus. Trudeau, Jr., who died Saturday of H. I. BANNOH, Pnsueet Md Mimgw. Tomorow morning at 10 o'clock 2 C. iM. S. Hebel Vice President pneumonia at the home of his parSENATOR WALSH. the Rev. Cyril Georgel, O. F. M., .Cashier TruS. Akors John ents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. son of August and Roso Steffen AsaL Cashier Oscar A. Block-..- .. street, David I. Walsh, former Governor deau, 675 South Thirty-nint- h Georgel, 1515 Story avenue, will . A. P. Ramser. Aset Cashier celebrate his first holy mass at St. of Massachusetts and elected United the West End loses one of its most Joseph's church. East Washington States Senator in tho recent elec- popular and promising young men. street. He was ordained priest by tion, was born in Leominster, Mass., For some time past he haa been in Sewer and Calvert Pipe, the Right Kov. BlshoD Chartrand. and this week celebrated tho forty- - the Government employ at Collins- Kannea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Conduits, wood, Tenn., whero two weeks ago of Indianapolis, on Sunday, Novem- sixth anniversary of his birth. Wall CoplHff, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, he was stricken with pneumonia. ber 10, at the Franciscan Seminary His father is manager of C. P. Dodd EUCHRE AND LOTTO. at Oldenburg, Ind. The festive nre rrseasg, iae Lining, tire arica Besides his & Co.. grain dealers. sermon will be delivered by the Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Toys. A euchre and lotto will be given parents, ho Is survived by three Rev. Alexander Wllberdlng, O. F. and M., of St. Stephen's church. Hamil next Friday afternoon and evening sisters, Misses Julia, Louise OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ton, Ohio, formerly pastor of St. under the auspices or tne at. l,ouis Lillian Trudeau, and a brother, SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. and Building Julius G. Trudeau, who Is In the Joseph's. Father Cyril will be as Bertrand Church Debt PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07, The Handreds are joining enr War Savines Club. One dollar's sisted by the Franciscan fathers of Fund In Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, United States navy. morningfuneral WORK9-Thirteaad Breolrfaridg aad Ninth and MttauaUa. X from prizes took place Monday Many handsome Oak worth ef Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings 8t Joseph's and St. Boniface's. near be offered. Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father Prof. Hoffmann, organist of St. Jo will deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. celebrating the requiem high mass seph's church, has arranged an and speaking words of consolation FlUBSTS IN SERVICE. elaborate rausicale programme for for the bereaved parents and the occasion and will be assisted by HOLXBNBACirS WINS HOTJS8 THE PHIL. HOLUDflAOM CO. There are now more than .750 several prominent soloists and an of orchestra. A cordial Invitation Is priests under the jurisdiction Karl A. Hollesbacb, Prop. INTCXrOXAVBD AMERICAN RED CROSS. Where work le faMcly extended to all the friends of the Right Rev. Patrick J. Hayes, D. D Wfcere She "Carry On" is the keynote of a for the army newly ordained priest to take part Bishop in ordinary doae; krlgkteetl DletiUara Of Importer and Dealer ia just peieDration. and navy and Auxiliary Bishop of Red Cross statement of policyheadWhere eoottac eeeeM in mis New York., Bishop Hayes recently issued by national Red Cross Where the real fus; OX FORTUNA SOUK KAMI lightest; sent six priests to serve tho Ameri- quarters In view of the apparent WINBe AND LIQUORS demobilization: nearness of peace with Germany. can army ia Siberia. beJdsg gives deWhere Where the says, "But The statement, which "HOLLMKBACK" PUWB KTH 144 SoaUi Third Street Demobilisation of the American light; eeoked feeet; even with peace let no one suppose Home Phone 1191 MUST ALL HELP. forces iMJerUte; X IM W. Ha!a"8C Where dredge le ef period In France will reauire a ataata Where the rafe that the work of the Red Cross Is of two years after peace is eight slacken our efforts now, to finished," was read by General Manaccording to a statement To wjiere the declared, New York by Gen. T. Cole- Ifuuwn nur irenftrosltv. would be a ager George E. Scott, of the Red That's the where That's made In "Quick Heal" "Qeiek Keel" eoewe man Du Pont, who has just re great Ingratitude to the men who Cross, at a national Red Cross conwas telebe feu turned from a two months' visit to have encountered such hardships ference at Chicago and haedquar-ter- s the western front. Declaring that and dangers for our sake and are graphed to Lake Division Ga RaBea Seld, Iaatalle wmA Hifthly Reew QaUk Mal for the information of the his views were the reflection of offi- bringing to a happy end the great-ecial opinion among the war in history. They have thousands of Red Cross workers in allied Indiana and forces, he asked that Americans earned the i best and the most we the States of Ohio, accustom themselves to the idea of can give them. An American who Kentucky. The statement reads: "On behalf of the War Council a long demobilization as they had will not give all he can and help to hat of a,long,,war. "One of our all he 'can Jm unworthy of. our noble wet ask each member of our splen Generals' asked 'me," he said, "to army and navy ana tne noiy cause did bray of workers throughout' in tne HARVEY-JELLIC- O tell the people at home that our for which they fought. God has land to bear in mraa upon solemn each boys have a year work ahead of blessed us wonderfully In bringing obligation which rests them in removing the barbed wire to a suddem end this horrible war one of us to carry on. "7e can not (INCORPORATED) the Germans have strung across and every one must show nis abate for an-- instant in our efforts prance." Asserting that the oivil gratitude by helping the brave or our spirits. There will be an war had "turned thousands of men men who., under God's protection, abundance of work to do, and even back Into civil life weakened, and put an end I to the carnage." Such at the moment of peace let jio Red Our spirit DISTRIBUTORS CF THBT ' purposeless," Pont said the wae the statement of His Eminence Orose worker falter. seven war work agenicea should be Cardinal Gibbons, President of the must now call us to show that not supported generously in their cam- National Catholic War" Council, in the roar of cannon, nor the blood directs our paign. 'He. .declared that "statesma- a stirring appeal; not to vOathollea of our people alone great people activities, but that a plans are being laid" for alone butto all his n-like the trying period following peace. for the most generous flnanr will continue to respond greatly and $6.65 "Bvery hut in JPrance," he said, clal and moral sttMKrt of the freely to its obligation and opportu-alt- y ....-- . ! to serve." orcUr with us. Term cath. your uhkto wtjr uwn I great United War Work Campaign. win vovuuia m u1mMAJA.. Mul-doo- n. Winter needs should now claim attention, therefore you men who want warm clothing will find what you should have and save money by coming to Straus' Men's Department. MEN'S IIEAVSr FLANNELETTE NIGITT SHIRTS. Universal make; cut large; full length; nlcoly trimmed; good 1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 patterns and colors; sizes 15 to 20 MEN'S HEAVY FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS. Good makes; cut largo and roomy; good patterns and colors; trimmed with silk frogs; sizes 15 to 18. $2.35, $2.50 and $3.00 MEN'S WEAR First and third Fridays, Hibernian 0 Portland. Home, President John M. Riley. Vice Prseideni Walter Murphy. Secretary John J. Financial Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. Martin. Treasurer' D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- e Martin nan. Sentinel Thomas Noone. 1818-182- anf a Cap RACINE TIRES " Guaranteed B.OOO v! AJIOORE& CTVERS ILES OF SERVICE . CUMMM mm Bi pMpja ag mmmmmammwmwm ee By Us Every Tire Retreaded Guaranteed 3,500 Miles "Retreading With 930-93- 2 A Conscience" City 2408 Allies Racine Adjustments -- TOM MOORE, JR. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Lawre&ee Recording Secretary D. Meany. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak street. Treasurer John P. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- a Bernard DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays. room on' the day peace is signed. bo given every eduThe boys-w- ill cational 'advantago under leading educators and business men from tho United States." HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU. KNIGKTS OF GOLUHBUS .n 0f,044, South 703-Plio- SOUTH THIRD STREET ncs - -- 4atttt)(S E. C. STIVERS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and HIBERNIANS. s HOUSEFURNISHINGS r" 4-- qt. homo-comin- one-pou- nd Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- self-basti- ng i g; nickel-plate- fire-pro- of that JOJHCN: rm iJVtXJXEOY rr. oval-shap- o 12-o- z. 1-- z. six-cu- I Attractive Fall Styles in Women's High Boots f ' taeeaaeaaBif oegeeaeee4ie - -- BOSTON , $?: If Mai-are- th ve . has-bee- n $5.00 xmom. ir-4l thee - Is01ltiHiait1ifrtfrHf Born-trage- NATIONAL BANK OF GOMMERCE Twenty-sevent- L.E"W"S at th mark :; e.t d P. BANN0N PIPE CO. I Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS 573-178- Btk WHlHIlWWHHIlWllllWHHItHHIIHHt Where the QuicK Meal Comes In et GEHER & SON, eei at BE SURE TO CALL FOR w. market st. -- COAL CO. McKENNA -- SBRVIOB WHISKY Gen-Du- IT IS ALWAYS PURE. . fellow-oountry-me- n, H, McKenna. Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, . ?i . XC&T&'JZXJ&'BCVr I3RXSHC AMBIXO-AJVV . MENACE Centralization Control and Schools ,J)j; Stnto Steadily Growing. of "War Issues Used by "Unscrupulous Persons to Servo Ulterior Your boy comes stumb-lin- g out of the battle-line- He wants a place to rest, a place' to get warm, a place to smoke and get a hot drink and hear somebody talk United States. Ends. Taroclilal Schools Conform to tlio Standards of Training SctbyStato. GUARD AGAINST AGGRESSION. tho parochial school be made tho target for opposition In tho press and in the ArchTho State Legislatures. bishop of St. Louis, tho Most Rev, John J. Glennon, recently stated evident that would For somo time past it has been . X I" r if- - ' schools, and in some of the States, for instance in Florida, adverse legislation is now being advocated. It has oven been urged in Washington that the entire systom of education in tho United States be nationalized, thus proving anew tho contention that the desire for centralization and control of education, which naturally must work out to the detriment of private and parochial schools, is allvo and actI ive, and has not been crowded into the background by the big issues of its concomitant the war and problems. As a matter of fact even the war issues have been used by unscrupulous porsons to serve their ulterior alms. Catholics schools, especially those in which instruction is given in foreign languages, havo although been termed o proof has been advanced to support such an accusation, which into deed it would be impossible prove. Yet not only under the above mentioned pretext but also on .general principles efforts have been .made to eliminate, absorb or render useless tho parochial schools which are the fruit of the toil and sacrifices of countless sturdy American parents. In the State of California efforts detrimental to tho parochial schools have matured to a point where they can no longer be lightly considered. According to the Chrisr tian Science Monitor of recent date, quoting a special from its Pacific Coast bureau, "Important recommendations looking toward the reorganization of educational forms X and functions in California along & new and radical lines are made in & 'Vaji.' .report to the State Board of Education by a subcommittee on school " ' administration, this aw j.-T" rtJ&v.J. being part of a coimnittee oo..tfee than any gift ever ltrfir?'V' The need Is For a sum 70 t't v ' reorganisation of the publio echeel ? .gferw c ' '!r, system of the State. The report-l- a asked for since the world began. The- Government ,haa Vj& s iw , question was written by Alexis F. fixed this sum at $170,500,000. w ,4"5S. Lange, professor, of education, and director of tho school of education By giving to these seven organizations all at once, the of the University of California. The committee reaches the conclusion cost and effort of six additional campaigns is saved. that the constitution should provide Unless Americans do give twice as much as ever before; for one unified system of State edu- cation, embodying In .definite out- our soldiers and sailors may not enjoy during 1919 their:v tine an adequate plan of administration which should embrace a 3600 Recreation Building3 State Department of Education, an ,. . ' 1000 Miles of Movie Film a nonpartisan State "Board of Edu- cation with a provision directing Stage Stars 100 , ftr this body to appoint a State 2000 Athletic Directors of Education as the chief m .V administrative officer of the State 2500 Libraries supplying 5,000,000 books ., 4 Department of Education, and a ;, 85 Hostess Houses County Board of Education for each er county In the State. 15,000 "secretaries' "Among those phases of public Millions of dollars of home comforts school education that, In the opinion of this committee, should be When, you give double, you make sure that every made a matter of constitutional provision, is the question of comfighter has the cheer and comforts of these seven organipulsory education, tho report taking zations every step of the way from home to the front and the ground that the constitution should specifically fix tho minimum back again. You provide him with a church, a theatre, duration of education, whether cara cheerful home, a store, a school, a club and an athletic ried on by public or private agencies. In this respect and to this field and a knowledge that the folks back home are with extent, if tho provisions of this rehim, heart and soul I port are carried out, the practices private and and policies of You have loaned your money to supply their physical parochial schools will bo under the needs. control and direction of tho State." Our parpchlal schopls seek to Now give to maintain the Morale that is winning the ;L conform to the standards of hours war! and of training set by tho State, and are ever eager to meet the highest demands properly set for them to accomplish. But the California plan demands more than this, as is apparent from the lines quoted. But if there bo any doubt as to this contention, the report quoted quickly sets that doubt "Tho isldo. We read further: powers of this State Board of Education "w60M, according to the plans of this committee, bo very broad. As the powers and duties of this board are specifically set forth In r y!?-SSv.m.ca. Y.w.cA. 2iSnS. k the report the board shall: "Appoint Its ovn administrative officers and other agents. "Keep Itself and the people of the the State Informed concerning sysoperation of tho educational tem established by law. "Seo that the educational laws of WAR CAMP EwSX the State are complied with. COMMUNITY SERVICE 7 "Have power to make rules and regulations not incoaslstent with AMERICAN LIBRARY law for the maintenance and pro V I ASSOCIATION II C motion of wholesome school condi s- tions. m-SALVATION ARMY v W "Have power to veto require..', ments for admission to educational supported wholly or 1b Institutions part by the State. "Have conclusive control of the certification of teachers throughout the Stale. "Have the power and discharge the duty of proposing needed or, ??-desirable changes In educational PATRIOTICALLY CONTRIBUTED TOWARD THE SUCCE1S OF THE UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN JBY legislation a "Perform such additional duties as may from time to time' be assigned by the Legislature." Further information Is given la the Monitor regarding the plan pro- posed in California; but point six ALLMKN gANXTAWE OF LOUI8VILLH GAS A BLHOTRIO GRAY-VOOHI COMPANY MAJB6TIO GKNBBAL CONSTBUOHOX GO. STIVKRa. SWISS CLEANERS AND DTKR8. 10 uuuviuuo MOORH Is sufficiently piam HLK CO. even the skeptic of the approaching louisviltjIi oar CO.. AMHRICA. j. o. risghr. and nmsoH bros. compant. Tt Is imperative that la Kentucky irish amsuoak, , co. o. o. mbngbl bro. oo; '!.7.!,J2'.' MBNGHL BOX CO. high GRAvrrr om other States as well as California railway Supply company, d. bax. Catholics guard theJaterMrts of the schools against aggrseeion. The TV.-tendency to centralis and ooatm education by the State la not a C5. , healthy tendency. O. B. of C. v. that new dangers threatened these He sees a light ahead It's a hut f . Do you think he cares whether that hut is run by the Knights of Columbus or the Y. M. C. A, Jewish Welfare Board or the Salvation Army? Not much! He knows what he wants and he knows that he'll get it whatever uniform the folks inside happen to be wearing. ' Your boy knows what real democracy means. He's fighting to make it something bigger and better and finer than it ever was before. He's the world's greatest authority on. democracy today. Take his word for it Keep the hut fires burning! much as you ever gave before! gratr - Why .you should give twice as ;: "iS-1- -- ee T .!. -- . '' g er .r that is dry and light and warm and clean. A hut may be a shed or tent or a fine old chateau cr a hotel. Sometimes, at the front, it's just a battered little shack the only building left A hut is your fighter's home over there. It is his store, his theatre, his "church, his school andhis club. It is the place where he writes your letters, r It is the place where he reads his books "and magazines, where he and his friends get around a iano and sing or .listen to a phonograph." It is the place where all the movies' are given, and the concerts and the minstrel shows and vaudeville. Often it is the only place within reach . , Big-broth- .; standing in town. On the fighting line, it's just a board laid across 4wo boxes with a sign nailed to a tree. The sign doesn't matter it's what the hut gives your fighter. Back up these - seven organizations without thought of race or creed, because your boy knows that he is always welcome everywhere, and he needs them all , UNTIED WARv WORK CAMPAIGN j&SS j!2iv Sv yrv y5v ySSs. rj1 T Jnl r fff JJ ' "Sst- - N wmi , i salsi : XEE COOK