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Kentucky Irish American: November 30, 1918 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 kec1918113001_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 30, 1918 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKE TO IIEICK8 7HCCetnVATINSTME Fr HENRY AnjtMej Too May Kwd ta H ARX HEIGK war HARDWARE 3 GO. Bate Hwiwj 432 322 W. Market St. LwtaflN, Ky. KENTUCKY 22. Vnm ki MSH wouldn't It if thoy ! from the robbing and gamblfe, ond of it, many would llketaJjisar from the 4fethat great Men's. Federation, reformer, Dr. M. PfrHUnt, on tho Indictment of an employe of their pet administration iek bootlegging. From time to tlfflfeSBie Louisville at Herald has hungrllx.grabbed Bomo ono saying aj we word for tho Keystone polliajK publishing Hen nnd conductor. know what to do Getting had it. ixlTlEJlLijLll w. ? v ? 3 1600 Taxicab, Auto, BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance Cmbgs and Taxicab INCORPORATED Louisville Gs. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY? NOVEMBER 30, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRELAND Interest In Her Future Has Grown Slnco Signing of the Armistice. Irish of "Now York Send Their to President Petition Wilson. f BHflfekb: .SiEBStvt VaHVnWaK in' 'Mtv TUfitce CAMP NEWS iMfi nil I & c. fil kfflrV HnVnTnV nnVJ 7v. Atf vt flL tva IQaB 1 4nVM HuJS nB BSnH nWklnHBWnWnWn .nWMbnSnnnnWnWnS Major Gen. McMhhon Takes Charge In Quiet nnd Unassuming Manner. Delightful Reception nnd Danco in Honor of tho Red Cross Nurses. h"""'"hliAnlth rilaci uii.0, UlllCU-UUiUU- Kumvjwi' ,... sffl.aAft"4 .'? v.wyn.tt'-. Ami nllftnn wj - View With Intenso Gratification tho . Speech of President's Last September. CONTENTION. CAN'T IGNORE comes Joseph? of tho Bo the front and era the Herald and th This past week Mr. been addressing the fetation houses and KNEW THE P Now could bo coaxed in tho Keystoners weri tho press bureau b; the City Hall woul ment telling of the clency of tho joke to bamboozle the ta: lievlng that we member Ul UUJ Ireless from le a siate- iderful effl- lee, and try rs Into be- fireal police. Jigman, a kat paying that lice. Then ".""" all who rjSafety, to worK ot Training School For Chaplains Will Soon Bo Thing of tho Past. bureau. lllgman has ttoe in the Kitchener's sister has been doing valiant work with the Red an making up gift Photo shows Cross in Franco and England. tundley, of packages for the soldiers of the Allied armies. her Austrian commander applied for an armistice. Lower left hand corner tade' a talk Bhows Gen. Humbert, who led hi3 armies In great advances around 'vBjipoelto to coner Gen. Hallcr, commander-in-chie- f St. Quentin. Lower right hand - addressed ject lesson In sobriety and ,of the Polish armies. It was certainly not of ade Satur- llttlo' value to a society carried away kViheh ,bo on amuseby avarice and lgve of gold to be- athletic sports and other national aspirations." your good behav: a .keep your Ireland's contention is such that hold rich lords and matrons dis- ments, and having so much time mouths closed ; parade neither England, nor tho United passes. tribute their wealth to tho poor and on their hands It is necessary to You. k: WWr Smith States can afford to ignore It. llvo content in sackcloth and with have longer shows and movies every police thinks we are ...... uudvs II night In tho recreation halls. T iuusu force In the wofMifv so ie ono Their Social Work Forms Instruct cuuisu iuuUi iu mnuy . Major Gen. McMahon is a veteran persons who left tho world did not TnE HOLY SEE. ought to plash Mayor and Chapter in History ive In the army service, very unassumcononly engage In prayer and wake him out. otwmmm ice. Romo cablesgrams say it Is now Looking Forward to Easy Victories templation but labored with their ing and quiot In manner. Ho of Church. All', of tkia things aro anAAph hands for their own sustenance and seemed to bo very interested In tho nrnttv .nin n if TlfAaMoni TU11ann' nf flAn practically certain that the Holy ilng the in Fiituro State nnd LoFather will hold a consistory In tho that of tho poor. Thoy led the moralo work of the agencies here. poUee Mayor Keytone 27: tember cal Elections. life which was later on summarized Ho walked Into the iblg auditorium Smith says they alWth best In military power of any coming Advent. Tho. date has not "Shall tho unaccompanied Sunday for fixed, the world. Joe JSeUnhul Mfa they Tho Wholesome Influence of Monas- - by many religious orders under the th 0 o'clock mass and morning seat nation or group of nations be suf- yet been private but it is probable took a consistory will bo watchword "ora et labora,' "pray among of that the sor old don't call for mn fered to determine the fortunes ticism Has Been Too Often and work." By their systematic gathered the hundreds of soldiers Herald denies .&JMbWlNirtonor3 peoples over wnom they havo no held on December 16 and the pubfor services. After mass undertakings for the material Imexcept tho rulo of lic consistory on December 19. At Negroes Call at 'Near Mayer SBiitk's threw out ft Underestimated. right to rule rnagaKCTv?nwi jsnu provement of the vicinity In which ho said ho was glad to bo at Camp ' saloon an wujwnHlMl when force? Shall strong nations be free it the Pope will deliver a most imto Stop Film" Houso they were located many of tho Taylor and promised to attend tho they welfc fi MtaBaHl aid ,M its to wrong weak nations and make portant allocution and will create a few Cardinals, among whom will great religious orders merited the Thanksgiving sorvlco If possible. Show. Wednesday wMnnWnWSTOlnilpen them subject to their purpose and probably be Monslgnor Sebastlanelli, Tho big feature of tho week was VVnnnnnnnn9b)ara'.iLJflK2it4i contemporary of their Miller interest? Shall peoples be ruled and Dean of Constructive Labors of the Monks gratitude future generations. tr Dr. the reception and dance given at and of the 'Board dominated, even In their own In- Archbishoptho Sacred Rota, and Kakowskl, of Warsaw. Thnmnonn rawii.nl.AQ thta ffinf in tho K. of C. auditorium in honor and Other Religious Conthe, Gentllo niOnVnWKiiiiier ternal affairs, by arbitrary and irreto his book "The Church and tho f th,e Red Cross nurses of the baso sponsible force or by their own will His Holiness has written a letter in- Administration Not Unanimous Cea- - day one of tinues Today. Wnw,nrnnra " Wn wlmln ihnt ihn hospital. ThO hall W3S decorated his . vu w stated that he owi " and choice? Shall there bo a com the latter Informing him ofmembercerning tho Keystoners' religious orders acted as the bridge for tho occasion, and the nurses profession, said 1HHM8pHRbnj mon standard of right and privilege tention to elovato him to builders and road constructors of with their red capes and white of the lightAbility. for all peoples and nations, or shall ship In the Sacred Colloge and conmany districts In tho Middle Ages. dresses formed a beautiful picture strong do as they will and tho gratulating him upon tho resurrecmvuea nam w' tho -Y HEY WERE SOCLVL APOSTLES. They drained the swamp and im- as they danced over tho floor with tion of were a lot of?' weak suffer without redrew? Shall partition Poland, after Its unjust and its terrible Bufferings, proved the fertility of largo wastes tho many officers of the camp, who haphazard to ake way JannVnVJkW, otfr JMWK the assertion of right came to honor them. Refreshments ""'Wl In, th national independent and tracts of arid lands. Old MWidmfr and by casual alllarice.jjor. shall confines of Its ' -l jAmnuma hwi K. C. Secro- :iutwcMuujVBnsl."ivettw. thingX: rsteiiaalBlBinsBfai ancit;i4(om. It iiiii nil mi. nut this wnrk has conMniiA,i tn we served by tho lady ofchapcrones ul .ii in-- ".-there be a common wm'tt to ,05 5$Cflnnns'?P9s8i?laHif.Mi seonla are inclined to iudKolm.,. n.r, a,, vub'AIKU.. .- - taries and several i htidi-.Oblige ttie observanc'jC(Miwo ' nnniwwwiw iiji.jijiiwM.iji ,"ff a"s"i3F,s' 'WrMSAMr ibl' ..jiju . ,. "A ' f . frnmT:ni,iUvl11o 8faii1M.vy1i...,.-a.?Jfjal -'- cj'w"-: TJlOj'WUtiUkMtedMU. VJ.- "''will " Court.""Tb",WP"S?P rigHis; iNO man, iio grauirui men, lead soon lk7!"!?! boys orTTFThTTrifr.F tfibMial' Utile chose these to bo the riroes of the diplomatic to tho establishment, of wholav--. renatis 'tun., tnvi .w ij j cut t?. mirOAO worn, nrnf nuASlnar HMT3tliinlr ArSS relations between it and A group of Kentucky Democrats JTvT Tno Jesuit r. struggle. They aro tho .issues of It; ?- - r comedy nollce bv their data that can bo worked up into ion dui in agriculture. t .u.6..w " In one of the hotel lobbies wera trtl jof Sevrtonex are soaked heav elaborate statistics, and the press Reductions of Paraguay aro a tell - l" V nuBu . and they must bo Aettted by no tho Holy See. affair. arrangement or compromise or adIn other cases tho talking politics tho other day and ily, .in only Monday Willie and does everything in Its power to Ing example. Tho commission of moralo officer GUAND DUAL EVENT. justment of interests, but definitely Lovell foster and strengthen this Idea. monks and religious acted not only all agreed that, everything consid- Charley Oaisr and Bert were hauled before that court fr" Such persons forgot that thcro is n a nrflonriora rtt t n nnannl .ttit as at Camp Taylor has been conferred and once for all and with a full and upon Capt. Sam Jones, who has ,. The Feast of tho Immaculate ered, Thanksgiving day should be a Insulting the majesty of the law. nnnini nnnotioa Tho unequivocal acceptance)! the prin- Conception, springs force for December 8, has been real day of thanksparty Kentucky These three kids had dared call a an, interior out that certain up in today carrying on fine social work,beenujn charge of the rccreat on ciple that the Interest, of tho weaksocial Democrats, as the and flows from had fared since the opening of tho est Is as sacred as the Interest of definitely fixed as the day for the well In the recent election, but Keystoner by his title at Clay and Institutions that Is of no less prac In the spirit of their founder Don grand dual ceremonies, in which the :Ho calIfd a metinS of the Mr. Plaschke, the car- tical advantago the strongest." to a community Bosco, not only in Italy but also In i different agencies and plans wero above all tho united party front Broadway. will bo conferred In tho views of the authors of Sacred Pallium tho than the actual work of alleviating South America. Tho Fnthors nf ih with the elimination of the Stanley toonist, should beware. One of the real policemen who Is some form of distress and misery. Society of the Dlvlno Word havo laid for moro active work among the petition tho words of tho Presi- upon His Grace and Most Rev. Arch- and Beckham factions was a forebishop Shaw, simultaneously been laboring successfully in Togo-lan- d the men during their leisure time. still in the department says it Is a dent bind him andjtho country to the Right Rov. orders of tho Julea B. Jeanmard runner of bright things for next treat to be around one of the The religioussuch institutions Catholic in Africa, teaching their This work has been done by tho secure for Ireland complete free- will be year. which church aro All agreed that with the consecrated Bishop of Lafay boys "barns,"- - as the Keystoners call the have conferred vast social benefits black children tho Christian relig ' Knights, "Y" and tho Jewish Weldom from foreign domination. Later home next year tho Democratic since they entered me,t 4,000 people at the Central ette, ana the Right Rov. Arthur State ticket would havo clear sail- station houses. Ho says that real upon society, though recognition of ion and tho arts of life. Tho sons fare Board will DroBsaerts but it Opera House, New ,York, and tonio. His as Bishop of San An- ing and no matter who wa3 chosen police in a crowd talk about felon- this servlco is often grudgingly of St. Francis havo brought tho camp, extensively. now bo carried on moro Excellency tho Most The flrst meeting adopted the following resolutions: Key- given. ies, clews, arrests, etc., In the chapter on labor In light of faith and material pros- In John Bonzano, Apostolic Dele-pt- o as the Gubernatorial candidate he stone boys only dlcusg but the held "Whereas, the leaders of tho Rev. to the prospect his work, "The Social Question," perity to tho Navahos of Arizona, on tho educational lino was when, would havo easy sailing in trimlast Thursday morning, Irish people aro still held in Eng- to New the United States, will come ming Morrow, who seems to have for crops this year, tho news from Fathor Weiss, the noted Dominican, rollowmg in this tho example of about sixteen Orleans to confer the "down hum," which wood makes rightly says that persons who de- their illustrious brethren Junipero addressed by hundred men were lish prisons on charges for which the Pallium upon His Grace and to up Republican nomination sewed tho best rail feaee, or whether vote Hon. E. J. MoDermott, and Salvatierra. The there has never been the least consecrate not as strong as he was their entire lives to intellectual Serraworking successfully Oblated of Louisville, at K. of C. building but is tho Bishops-elec- t of La aro foundation, and whereas their con- fayette for the No. 5. Tho speaker years ago. It looks at this Bill Splvens get the worst of tho or spiritual work perform a social spiritual and San Antonio. Tho four Instructed tho and social uplift among tinued incarceration deprives Ire- Right trade when he swapped his service of no leg's value than those Rev. John B. Morris, Bishop writing as if tho Democratic nomland of a volco, and tho Irish peoplo of Columbia. soldiers upon their duties as citiinare for a Jersey cow to Zeke who labor to Increase commodities tho Denes of British Llttlo Rock, will deliver tho ser- ination for Governor lies between Tucker. Ono of tho country boys De Smet, Fathor Morico, zens and tho need for aU to bo true of counsel- and leadership In this and natural products. Members of Men like Bishop Gov. Other branches of occasion, Prof. H. H. Cherry, Lieut. O. M. I., Marty, who labored Americans. tho other night chipped In with a religious communities taking vital moment of the nation's affairs, mon on this important tho which will bring to New Orleans all Black and Judge Carroll. The only request for information. Ho want- vows of poverty, chastity and obedi- among the Sioux, wero not only morale work will be taken up by and makes tho professions of tho tho bright spot In tho Republican camp Packey McFarland and Song Loader suffragan Bishops of the Allies that they aro fighting for seems to bo right here and Louis- ed to know "who In the thunder ence are by this very fact pledged missionaries of the "good tidings" Dawson later on. freedom for all peoples open to province and other distinguished ville Republicans will select a few was this here Uncle Sam you seo to lead a life which is bound to but apostles of charity and proTho number of men still at tho grave suspicion and doubt, and prelates. The ceremonies will take of tho State ticket, Judge H. S. so much about In the papers." exert a wholesome and uplifting in- moters of social peace and happibase hospital make it necessary to ness. whereas several of these people im- placo in the St. Louis Cathedral, Barker, an bolng men- During tho Victory parade ono of fluence upon society at large. keep two K. of C. Secretaries The prisoned aro the actually elected and preparations will bo mado for tioned for Attorney General, while tho Keystoners at Fourth and fight orders social work of the religious two chapllns at work all tho and It was especially forms ono representatives of the peoplo of tho reception of the Apostolic Dele- of course Dr. Bruner will bo a Guthrie, moro Intent on catching against tho corrupt in its paganism of structive chapters of tho most In- Tho tent formerly used has time. boen In tho history of Ireland; bo It resolved that wo ask gate. candidate for something or an- confetti throwers than pickpockets, tho flrst-- Christian centuries that the church. made into a small hut, whero tho grabbed a boy with a sack on his tho church exerted a beneflicial InC. B. of C. V. President Wilson, without whoso other. It seems to be tho consensus work Is carried on night and day. DEATH AT PARIS. aid tho war would not havo won, to of opinion that Tom Rhea can have back and said: "What have you got fluence through tho hermits and The .three colored K. of C. SecreIn that thing, confetti?" and was anchorites who lived In use his influence to havo these TRINITY COUNCIL. tho nomination for Auditor and dethe Michael Shea, forty-eigtaries have a very easy time providyears serves to bo unopposed In hlB party. ready to lock the boy up. Bystand- lauras and followed Irish men and women immediately old, a auasl re died Monday at his homo in The nomination and election of ing entertainers for tho men staers laughed uproariously when it ligious life. These thousands of released, so that they may fittingly State standpoint represent their peoplo In whatever Paris following a long illness from Frombea considered safelyKentucky developed tho hoy was carrying spe- anchorites were a disciplined army officers of Trinity Council, Y. M. I tioned in the neighborhood of buildcan Demoplans they see fit to adopt to put tuberculosis. He Is survived by a cratic for years to come and Louis- cial delivery mall. A Republican wnicn fought the fearful vices of will take placo next Monday night, ing No. 2 here. It is a question Miss was talcing a Key heathendom with powerful, spiritual when all members aro reoueatnd to to find room on tho nrocrammo for Ireland in its true light before tho daughter, Miss Margaret Shea, and ville will redeem itself judging saloon-keeptho many singers and dancers In Johanna Shea. He world, so that sho may bo again a sister, from the good showing mado this stone policeman up in the Louisville weapons. Their austero and peni- be present. Tho administration, Trust Company elevator to see If he tential lives were a. continuous headed by ' Vlo Eckert, has scored tho Development Brigado who aro restored to her place among the was well known and held In high roar. anxious to show their talent every nations. And bo it further re- esteem In Bourbon county. Referring again to the stopping couldn't get Ches Searcy, tho real sermon, an energetic protest of another successful year for Trinity evening. , uouncn. solved that we ask tho President of tho "Birth of a Nation" photo Mayor, to promote him to Corporal. what is best in human naturo The Knights of Columbus took to receive popularly chosen repreWhen tho elevator stopped the agalnBt the degrading servitude of ,.,,,, ,..., . week, additional proof part In the great peaco parade hold ,i play lastout convincingly strong has saloon-keep(,, happened to reach in luxury. It was a well sentatives of tho peoplo of Ireland atleaked iiiii,ii j.ii ujummM,, nm nj of In Louisville Saturday afternoon by ,ll& his pocket for something and tho tack of tho Christian directedupon bo that he may help to bring about spirit the negro domination here in the Keystoner grabbed his arm and providing a float that represented a settlement 'much better and moro Republican party and the local adthe deep rooted rottenness of pagan a matinee reception and dance. Tho lasting' than any 'based on the said: "No, yor don't, this hero ride's society. From this point of view ministration. It develops that Tom on me float was filled with pretty girls selfish competitive Interests of powand I'll pay for It." the asceticism of the early monks Cooke, Secretary to tho Police Chief and many soldiers, who attracted a erful States' the settlement of tho developed into a most Important and former newspaper man, was great deal of attention all along Irish problem and thus by repealMOOTER'S SAD MISSION. social function. Ono of the first to witness the film, which the route. The Uniform Rank, ing the effects of tho oldest coneffects which the example of tho was showing here for the third Knights of St. John, and the St. quest in Europe make an augury Mrs. Myrtle Canary, of 2022 Gar- heroic vlrtuo of tho monks wrought time. Cooko reported back that he Helena's Club acted as escort for for peace 'that will gratify the saw nothing objectionablo, and all land avenue, arrived home Wednes- In that debased society was to contno uispiay. longing of the whole world for disknow there has been no trouble day from' Omaha, where sho had vince it that it was possible to lead The Chaplains School at this been called by the illness of her a dignified existence without giving interested justice.' " where it waB exhibited. But to camp will soon bo a thing of tho About the time this was taking carry out their plan of domination son, Thomas C; Canary, who suc- way to the cruel and shameful past, as tho school has onl about place in America the Irish Nationcumbed to three of the colored Republican tary camp pnedmonla at the mili- slavery of sin and riotous excesses. 130 candidates in tho seventh there; The' deceased was These alists wore memorializing President . efficaciously anchorites leaders called on near Mayor Smith twenty-si-x class, with only twelve priests years old and was well taught the value of goods of the Wilson. The only part of the docuat his home and the play was among the number. ment so far published reads: known in the West End and popular moral and spiritual order. They stopped. Many wonder how dies among Chaplain Regis Barrett, In chargo "Can anybody doubt that tho his associates. Canary was made men Searcy, tho real Mayor, would have how far of tho work here, has gone homo nation of Ireland comes under the a printer and since entering the spirit excels understand how great acted In the matter; but anyway matter and on a ton days' furlough. category of those small nations for Father been the colored brother carried his Government service had Texas sta- is the power of tho will when as Barrett did great work at the hoswhoso rights you so eloquently tioned at Kelly Feld In and sisted by grace, against the evil point and It remains to be seen how pital during tho influenza trouble plead tho question or that the presmuch further they will go in tho at Norfolk, where he was sent for tendencies of corrupt nature. and is entitled to a rest. ent government of Ireland by Great and at Omaha, To understand fully tho social exercise of their control over tho special training, Britain against the will of Ireland, present administration, which bows Where his illness was contracted, efficacy of the eremitical life wo SERVICE FLAG BLESSED. and simply by arbitrary and Irrehe was Instructor in aerial tactics. must recall the state of Roman to the negro yoter. sponsible force, comes under the Tho freedom with which negro He Is survived by his mother, two society in century. the fourth With impressive services and in scathing condemnation you havo crap 'and poker games are now run sisters, Miss Katherine Canary and Paganism as a religion and a. tho presence of tho fathers given all such exercises of wrong? nn.i O'&ulllvan, and a philosophic system had fallen never nlng under the "reform" adminis- Mrs. Patrick mothers and friends and relatives We implore you not to relax your hrother, George Canary, who Is In to rise again. By his victory at tration (Men's Federation, nlease Camp of tho 120 young men of St. efforts to make this war not merely Maryland. The .note) has set people to thinking arrived Meade, Wednesday night. body the Milvian Bridge Constantino had Charles Borromeo parish who gave a triumph of nation over nation or here tnat the cause of the many robrouted the army of the last heathen their services to their country, the armies over armies. We claim the Emperor. "In this sign thou shalt beries and holdups can be traced Rev. Charles P. Raffo, tho pastor, further right to throw ourselves to the negro gamblers. Men from FORTY HOURS. conquer" became the watchword of last Sunday afternoon blessed and upon your protection and upon your Btlthton and other workers with At the Cathedral the first Sunday throngs of noble men and women, unfurled a large and beautiful aid because you are ruler of more their salaries have been special In Advent will usher In the Forty and vast numbers entered the service flag. This eyont yrsu to millions of men of our blood than marks, for the lilghwaymen, who Hours' prayer. The beautiful devo church, many of them voluntarily have taken place some time ago but any other ruler on earth. Wo probably use that means to recoup tions will begin "with high nass to- accepting, poverty and the burdens had to be postponed on account of peal to you because In every hour their losses of the gaming table. morrow morning and eeme to a of life in a religious community. the Influenza eDldemic. Tn an oin. GEN; VON WINDERFBLD. of oUr history our race has stood ADMIRAL VON HINTZB. The poor old Keystone police stran. dose Tuesday evening. The Ufa and. example of the latter, quent and patriotlo address Father by the flag of your nation, and your Who applied to Marshal Foch haven't even got a clue to the nu- Fathers Rook aad O'Connor will b as well as the rigorous rule fol- One of the German Commission . wuo uto jianamoners reel nation has sever refused' Its aid, Its under a white flag for the terms of merous robberies and some - are un asfaisted by a auaabsr of visiting . .w,,ui j wiura nuy " lirou in BUlIluUtt wh"o applied to Marshal Foch for proud of their boya and their flag ympathy and its aooord with our the Alll. kind enough to say that our motor--': Win (as hermits, became a continuous ob- - the Allies' terms. t aad country. ex- - Interest in Ireland has grown remarkably since tho signing of tho armistice. Recently a petition In behalf of Ireland was cent to tho President by tho Irish of Now York. After declaring that tho blood of their kindred, which was poured out on the battlefields of Europe, is tho best proof of tho devotion of their race to tho United States, tho petitioners submit that Ireland Is entitled to her Independence by virtue of her continued and historic struggle against foreign domination; her geographical position; her homogreat geneous population ; her renatural wealth; the direct and peopeatedly expressed will of her ple. Tho document declares England holds Ireland not by right but by might. On this account tho petitioners view with intenso gratification the following passages from 9 - i ? n nwngWannnnnt ".'-- f...". .T - jLirA.AafeiUg&H FOUR GREAT GENERALS WHO HELPED WIN THE WAR. Upper left hand corner Gen. Allenby, who received tho Turks' surrender. Upper right hand corner Italian Gen. Diaz, to whom tho BE, that the b pointed in men that He also said that Bet better police wi came home. It is the Keystoners t mark about their temporary, but c: will get the point haustlve study. tho Seventh dlstrH to his men diresi Bclligman's. The A (he police before day and said: TO - MENT WASN'T Wl IPEPART- OUGHT i.w8 dlsap- Irfappolnted. I jnight , rihat HE CHAPLAIN GOES ON FURLOUGn. iB VHe. 1nVx nWn &2 ffs y i' 4& I I Wd .BL BnnaaBBBBF nVnVaV ,&.$iiC San jcf f Has .'soldiers dated how raaly Ibelng ' ulast are re- - they HOW NOTED WOMAN HELPED TO WIN THE WAR. Lord- - at- self-restrai- ORDERS Major Gen. who ha3 been In Franco for sonio time, took charge of Camp Taylor, relieving Gen. Fred Austin, of the artillery command. Gen. Austin, who has been confined to quarters for several days, exhis pects to bo out soon and carry on the work of the Depot Brigade. Very llttlo work or training Is being dono at tho big camp these days In tho Depot Brigade, while in tho Artillery Replacement Depot tho men spend most of their time in On Mc-Mah- Tuesday DEMOCRATS H"t 1 1 , " i UHHhn - b. .,- -. . -- --.- -" .'" lw ii nHSVK i -- T;; ZTs1 fcr.r ,,.-i&- - . ... 1 rr i"!?5'' aao- 1 M, one-ey- ed - ht er ,,.. , er Ijii-M- do-tail- ed . -- y. j"A a'j za&j&rrxj&JKrsr xj&x&jg jjs&jb;j&.x.cajs XfJiTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. TUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TWed lo the Sochi and Mor.l Adv Officially Indorsed by Ancient to Order o HA.rn.an 1.1.1. many an Innocent person has suf- of a wholo fered tho suspicion of tho vile neighborhood because maue Dy some neignoor- .statements . erfco, .A C.lholic, hood tale weaver. There have been . Exclusive City Sales Agents For Young Men s toUtttt.andCatlboHcKn!BhteofAnenca. Lnce, has given thcMrtanderer a Publishers pubHc airing out In court, but oven KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorpoctttd. so the notoriety that the case bring-- , SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c ono jnto js very disagreeable and Cnt. red it Ihe LoulivIHa PottoHlcc at Stcong.CleM Mitter. few peop() p0S8ess tho darjng that Qretn St Is needed to "beard" tho ugly talo Hit ait ll Commuflloatloni la the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319321 Wnt carrier ana punisn mm or ner in such an open manner. -- to RACINE TIRES Guaranteed 5,000 Miles f aoagaa AIOORE& STIVERS SERVICE ILES OF "Retreading With 930-93- 2 Every Tire Retreaded By Us ' !! !! 11 j; j A Conscience" 24G8 Racine Adjustments SOUTH THIRD STREET South 703-Phoncs- -City Guaranteed 3,500 Miles y r !5 9m99fm9fm9mmf , TOM MOORE, Jit. tfsrssaaar fMmm99 mfmfmmmtfm9 -- E. O. STIVERS j; y. t. LOUISVILLE, KY. ENFORCE THE LAW. Bonar Law and Lloyd George Ignore Justlco for Ireland. Thl3 country must watch them closely. .SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1918 They are not trustworthy. The killing of some ono by a speeding automoblllst Is becoming a frequent occurrence and there Is a reckless set who pay absolutely no attention to the ordinance concerncars while ing passing of street passengers are geitlng on or off. Broadway and Sixth street are now utilized as speedways. THEY'RE OUT AGAIN. We predicted that the Junior Or- der boys would come out after th war was over, and there they wero corns and Ra.ttiriinv wlfh a drum their little red school house float spouting patriotism all over. They It Is tho darling of tho populace. topic of the demagogue, It Is tho poisoned bait that is tempting tho we masses to their destruction, need not go Into a lengthy argu- ment to prove the truth of this last statement. There Is no necessity of appealing to history for cor- roborative examples. Tho appalling events of haphazard democratic rulo In Russia at tho present time dem- onstrate our contention beyond tho slightest tinge of doubt. Democracy, rightly understood, does not moan that tno people may do as they please, whenever they pleaae, and manner whatever thoy in any It signifies government of p'ease the people by the people for people; norvtf.1) Do your Christmas shopping early and don't forget tho little orphans y the Sisters of tho Poor. properly anci( Observe Advent maK0 yur unrwunas joyous appy. ftnd " ItECENT DEATHS. Monday morning funeral services ot cr the remains of Ethel Krlmm R1)e Men's Quality Shoes wa twenty.S(5VOn ycArs old and the beloved wlfo .of Martin Krlmm, for whom his friends feel deep sym- pathy. Leo Go33i aged sevouty.nlno anil for many years a respected resident of Louisville, died Monday morning nt nis mswonco, Mulberry 1132 ' 5 This offering at $5.00 is a typical example didn't take much part In Implies r IUam,.. liAn,l am Uliwirt OfiYi ,, " "" DiTaa u'uolt' u""u "' iiiiiii. ' up for It now with . but they'll make hortinnn flag raisings, etc. I war work. the and nTlfl TIME FOR CHANGE. With tho cold and inclement weather coming on, it is proper that tho local Street Car Company should tesclnd its order of the skip a stop plan. The war Is over, there is no real saving In tho plan. and great Inconvenience Is caused to many who have walked possibly a long block or two out of their way twice a day, and did It cheer fully as a war eacriifce. IRELAND'S CLAISIS. lnIIUnrv BOH'. Ice at that when such . becomes necessary for tho common welfare, If It is to attain the ends of or- ganlzed civil society, if it is to pro- Vote the peace, contentment, hap- niness. material and moral progress 0f the people at large; it it Is to be durable, the cltizenB must respect itB laws and must make some sac- rifices of their own selfishness for the Kencral Eood. This Is a patriotic auty, and It should be cheerfully discnarged. In tho willing per- of this duty lies tho only hopo of a successful and permanent democracy. SPONSOR FOR TRUSSIANISM. " restraint .,! l.r.. ' government t t st EHzabeth's church. of tho gov- - where his funeral took place WH nosrl n v ninrnlnp' vf.llnn ' on " Tuesday morning at St. Vlneant Paul's church. -- S"L1 'S, ",' , Edward and Mario Hanke, 623 East Camp 8treBt suffered an, ,rro. parable loss when tho Angel or Death took from them on Sunday Ruth Rose, ,thelr ""J0 dauehter party of 11 !ard December Wahle, tho promising eleven-yeaNazareth Alumnae at oll son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fourth avenue, afternoon 851 South only. Wahle, 2420 Griffith avenue, who wna rnllnfl fn Ma haavanlv rnof earir Monday morning. The neral took place Tuesday afternoon wt" Interment In St. Louis cemc- tory. r- "7," "iih 'r r S , GIANT TORPEDOES FOR NEW AMERICAN DIRIGIBLES. Here is shown an aerial torpedo weighing 250 pounds used on tho dirigible, the largest machine of tho kind. New step in our air service. COMING EVENTS. of Levy's value giving. You'll like these shoes they're substantially made, smartly styled conservative models and English lasts. Dependable in every Way with "fine rubber heels already attached. , Mcu's Shoes Main Floor. Phiiiin FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING M.W.Crer Fourth snrf LEVY'S :: ARK f - BUT AT TH I R D - '.: j swiftv Porter spent-las- - B- Jef"on We are not surprised at Lloyd George'd praotlcal repudiation of ' all home rulo pledges In his Bpeech last week. His declaration that , Ulster must not be coerced amounts to thlsi That as long as Carson and ' Government, seeing the probability Ills followers' object home rulo must The British Premier of Ireland's claims toeing considered, be postponed. Insignificant is trying to block tho move by 'would permit an asking what will becomo of Ulster, ' minority in tho northeast corner of the home of Carson and French, . Ireland to control the fate of the who rebelled against tho English whole country. If that be not con- to all Ideas of democracy we successfully. If this Government our In . know not what it 1b, exclaims , Yight then tho minority factions Belgium, Germany and .nole contemporary,, the True Voice. At the coming world's peace conference when tho rights of small nations are up for discussion the rights of Ireland desorvo first con sideration, as her sons In America, Australia, at home and everywhere fought for the cause of the Allies The English and world freedom. " Tho funeral of Peter H. Young, aged sixty-twwjts" held Wednes- day morhlng from St. Martin's church. He was formerly a tailor and had been 111 for two years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Hng' pV5 sons' gUAih i f two daughtlw, Mrs? Fran" Neu- hauser and Miss Louise Young. o, " Roheria. of jDotroit.- - and Raymond. week Kaleher, of Detroit, formerly of visiting friends at Columbus, Ind. Louisville, was solemnized Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock af St. Mr. and Mrs. Bort Stlgcrs, of Anthony's church. "Mrs. lAdele t VITUS OJLrJSAJS "BRaa AESJO IKOORPOKATBO LOUISVILLE LARGEST IN tit-e--Be(a-fe'K-sa-f DYERS KENTUCKY f lsary --- Trnnaf M" Wnnrta halnvnd Tin a band of Lua M N0rris aied Satur-tlo- n day morning at Dayton, Ohio, anc1 the sad news came as a shock to riUnnrvonrari frnitl ttin TTnltoilMCi'ntna irnn'lnn hv linnnlmnllg nvoonl hig man)' frfpndS In this City. Tho ' remains were brought to the homo is evident from the editorial com-- 1 for a few Irreconcllables of the of nIg father-in-law- T Henry Schmitt. and' ments on the United War Work Carson type, recommended that 114 South Wenzel street, Campaign which have appeared ln home rule bo granted to Ireland. Wednesday morning tho funeral various sectarian papers during the Then Lloyd George, who had called tok Place from the Church of the past several months. Tho dominant tor tho convention, Ignored its rec- the requiem note of these utterances of our ommendation becauso a few Car- - maas Deceased was thirty-si- x years ' us old and formerly resided here, i.separated brethren of the sanctum, ' fonltes objected. Now bo tolls says the Catholic Telegraph, has (hat he tvIII never consent to tho N S MISSION BEGINS. been one of complaint against tho coercing of Ulster. That at least is honest, and w havo had too Httlo inclusion of the National Catholic , The msslon ror WOmen which among British Liberal nas been held at St. iLouis Ber- War Council among the beneficlar-- 1 honesty ipq nr tho nrnimim Tho Tmtatnnt ctatesmen when dealing with Ire-- trand's church this week- will close I w"h PPal benediction tomorrow f. editors Imagine that Catholic war.ia"- Is that Ireland need afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, and thn The plain activities are designed for prosely- -' week's mission for the men will bo- tno services tomonrow Bln ?vun tlzlng at cantonments and camps, t nisa Margaret Galllgan, who has ,7 "V , b . I " UCUI"B av ,''ov "'--- . ""B'""B- been visiting her sister, Mrs. Harold and therefore they have been de- - l ' lusiruciiun, wa an aumenco 01 aii.aury benediction. Tosary, ser - f Sweet, in Jeffersonville, has re- cryng the combined ilrlvo with no UIsnop and The attend- turned to her home in Oakland BaIUmor8 tat the people wore little asperity. None of them has Anlnm,nA ance week that Prussian mo,,,ia bMn of the women this and ,t has citV. Ind. unuauaUy ,3 larg0 como out heart and soul for the longer be permitted to hoped the men will eaual If not VJ Mrs n. A. Kfisselrlntr. of tho .should no -, rv,.f rule Ireland. Tho coming elections Burpass their record. The missiontlghlands, who was seriously hurt 1 gesiea mat tneir reauers BhOUld re- - j,. v- i, J maqsM ar at K nnrt 8 nVlnr-l,r,,Vr, on in'nn.M.lln gi.nMn la now mt,n, servo their contributions until after Tuesday afternoon con- - steadily improving at Sts. Mary and laeassil he temner of tho Encliah oeg'nningwU1 D0 Ki,1' vjg ", Heard dally. Very Elizabeth. Hospital the close of tho campaign, so that Lesolona Ti a ,rja " ' Rev. M. J. Ripple and Rev. P. A. Miss Mae Adams Lincoln has rethey mav then assure themselves ' VT a PrU83ianlzed clique must Maher, both eloquent priests of the that nZ tneir money Shall he in no m -itlm - p, n bn thn ascendanev nartv Dominican order. ar nnnrliiptlnp thn covered from the Illness that condanger of aiding Catholic war , ireiand. That clique must not ' mission exercises. fined her to tho home of her parents, Judge and Mrs. Walter P. Linwork. We must forgive these be coerced to give liberty to the coln, Garvin Place. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. editors, "for they know not what three-fourtof Ireland. The votes they do," Protestant soldiers and will show whether the people of M- - Frank Kelly has returned At a meeting held at the KnlKhts ay at At- Bailors and marines, of all the va- - England believe with him in Prus- - of Columbus Hall a mo3t nromls- - irom a tnree months; rlous denominations, will soon to elan methods of government or Ing branch of tho Daughters of,lantlc CIty ana Philadelphia, wnere lr3 mases . coming homo from the battle front, whether they believe in liberty and Isabella was organized by Catholic ,Bno visuea ner sisxers, ladles of Louisville, starting with a miiio uuu troaii luciuau, lsssHssBnfBffaBllsssTO''tHsT from tho high seas and from camps democracy. pVlft rf ni It of rtP 1CA A ',.11 , Mrs. ..Edward J. Hackett, East i miiMi v.uv..uo.a.(, 0nn,,,oio.m and training schools, and they will ' m. ..-. T WAD ...WW. lUllUnillK ill..- -. were elected officers: Mrs. J. B. i - iuvtuui uuu inniADVi nun aiuouj, ItlGIIT TERM. tell tho story of the seven great the Arbegust. Regent; Mrs. Georgo was hostess Wednesday night to No- - has been in France since September agencies which are to bo tho beneoiud, waen its There Is present in every com- Nabors, vice Regent; Artillery Corps. B, ono with the Forty-nint- h Miss meeting was held. ficiaries of the United War Work While stationed at Camp Eustlc, lu.Va., Mis3 vJEDer munity a few people who can not Cahill, Financial Secretary; T1.I.m1a AITr- ut. J Campaign. We Catholics may well be classified by any other term so Rose Kavanaugh, Recording Secre x&n B. Kel TrF-- nJ tary; Mrs. George Burkley, I? that he was more than anxious to await, with patience and equanim- applicable as sjrfrom tho O. T. that of traitors. It urer; Mrs. Speak, Monitor; as he believed it K'wlipr L TO ity, the verdict of the boys with the hla Bot over there, may be one of their own family Kate Taylor. Custodian. Tho nAiroTi- lllllirill l II Tl If" atr h a iiimi ll'linill wouldn't last much longer, which "ir,-JT- UU1 v - -. rnwa nui'i colors. They'havo been there. They n- w - prediction camo true.. A younger they betray, but once their tongue appointed temporarily an Inner and nni ..m, in-- . t ..vw. . n the. know. And, take our word for It, Is brother, William P. O'Keefe, is ln , Outer Guard, Chancellor started there Is not anything T.l.flfAn. tinlni. the Ah .1.. T1 . and . JD. the navy and family and friends they are going to tell what they AClt. AlUHlCCIl UCAAAAJ T.fl IU IUU Tjit!UULlVO ' sacred to them nor anything too uommutee, composed of ihe offl- ports Mlsa Madge Porter and Corporal have heard from him lately at know. evil for them to surmise of the per- cers. The meeting was addressed Dalton Mahoney. of Camp Zacharyim England and Italy. George Taylor, visited In New Haven last sons of whom they gossip. They by Col Jl' H. Callahan, DEMOCRACY. ANNIVERSARY. Nabors and P. Cllnes, week and were the attendants at the may not feel any personal dislike Grand TCnlpht Thomas trntoTita T ,.lo Of iha I tr Dnu or. : The - nl -Thero Is a great 'deal of loose of the person nor hold any grudge, nolnmh,,-.- . St. Elizabeth Society of St . . vjaislliaH iiuuiuiiev. i cnurcn, composea 01 Antnonys s. talk about democracy but the lure of talking vividly and ui of the congregation, cele- t- n. .nr.oKn-.no.ME WITH ARMY. t ti Tho word Is bandied flippantly falsely and of pulling down high of his daughter, Miss bratjd their anniversary Sunday about without any very definite standards Is too great ior them to Tllnhon TTavena TtloliArk Tnonir-- , n T.tunt Pomv morning ntn.M q r.nnncvw. 'ntvtviour nrinAnia. now atft. iinunion inbya receiving aholy com- idea of Its real meaning; and it is resist and they indulge in an orgy has announced that tin mnm body. In I short ser quite extensively taken lo Imply j of slanderous gossip under which a lains would bo received Into the tloned at Camp Zachary Taylor. imon Rev. Seraphim Schlang, thn In tho Their marriaae wlU be solemnized Psior, bpukb worua 01 praise ior some sort of civic policy, which will, clean minded person cringes help-b- e army: that the chanlalns the women and the edifying Bight army will come so elastic that It will respond lesely. Kveiy day a character Is oanaing or tne home with the dia- - In January. they presented, one which all would regiments with Immediately to the changing whims! torn to shreda by these vultures and wh(-inan-Us- e they are connected. of Mlaa Bliees M. do well to emulate. st,n "wo are not surprised at everywhere have tho right to pro- 11 IS UIKCH Dy lOO premier. iesi against nnv aajusimeni inai P0"0? 'olloweJ does not allow the minority to ln accord wlth dictate tho form of Government. If."? hlm and hIs former leader, Asat four yeara for tho Ireland's claims and rights are not,1u,th' , ivery ,wn hn neci, dut. no, in worus. n mn.M.r.n n kU IVUVV fctJV VJ VMMUblUl i i j l" o " Y1 gave their life for the . the Ir,sn 1ueat,on vas tliat ihe freedom of nations died in vain, and r England's poso as a protector of 10 d souiea. uut ouiuiuk uvm tame of tho declaration. Nearly two small nations is hollow mockery. pears ago when tho Irish convention was called Jnto being wo were as-HAVE TATIENCE. cured that Its solution of the ques- That Protestant prejudice against would be adopted at once. After Catholics has bv no means entirely r.fvml months of Mttlncs tho con ! funetai was j,ejd Wednesday ing, the (burial being in tho Michael's cemetery. J ffil't." JSg.'fJTeS "ft Urban Kruse, twenty-fou- years night, a victim of the dread in- fluenza. Ho was a young man of many good qualities and pbpular, His morn-Russi- a, St. Thursday morning- - the funeral of Flnegan Charles Bon of Charles J. Finegan, was held from tho j seven-year-o- ld men-wh- Mrs. cul.c y, ...o Anna Zorn. 1535 Dank street, with requiem mass at St. Patrick's church. The little fellow was a their friends. whom Is extended favorite among His relatives, to the sympathy of SSanSSSg '' '' and son John, of North Twentieth street, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mills havo took a trip to Indianapolis the past como from Frankfort to make their week to see their son, Jerry Joseph future home here. Hallahan, who is stationed at Fort $ 1 60 Tiiec r ar 11 flnt raaraatl Thermold PI. Cl. iOzt Benjamin Harrison. SIS took, with natnt aad larlal nmatur at50x8 Thortnold Wo CU Mrs. iDivld iRlley lias returned 10.SE tached. SOzSV Thermold PI. CL from, a delightful visit to Mrs. S. L. We solicit a call to taapsct oar rtoch 1X.II Lieut. Ray Herrmann and Mrs. S2X3V( Thermold PI. Ss 1J.8I at both atOTca. Crowo at Seymour, Ind. Herrmann, who arrived here last 32x3 Thermold Ns. S. week from Fort Sill, left Wednesday Main Ofrtce Louisville Tirs and Rubber Co, cuyW108 Mrs. Stanley Cavanaugh has been Diego, Cal., where Lieut. 160 s. nrTH ST. Main 1039 visiting her mother, Mrs. ' II. L. for San Retail Branch Herrmann was ordered to .report BQ S. THIBD ST. Incorporated Wilson, at IHrdseye, Ind.. upon the completion of1 hla course in.the Oklahoma camp. Mrs. William Qorman , of Jeffer- sonvillo, has returned from a vlstt Mrs. William H. Dsborn. Jr.. who to her parents at Noblesville, Ind, has been staying with her parent. Mr- and Mra- Adam 2222 Miller. ,,. Mrs. Frank Pooley. of Parkview, w Tffw has returned from North Vernon, i,a"e j?0roFt to' Spend ThnnksKlvlnc Ind., whoro she visited the Misses ,vlth her huihand. who a vim Sienor. at tho Great Lakes training school. Mrs. Ellen Haney, of Washington, . Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Cardell, Mr. AZ6 W. MARKET is spending tho winter with her: and Mrs. W. M. Chllds, Mrs. J. C. LOUISVILLE. KY. son, L. T. Haney, and Mrs. Haney Taylor, O. H. Robertson, T. F. Crescent Hill. A complete line of Furniture at Downin, W. C. McKenney, J. P. Love, W. L. Helser and Mr. and prices that are nlways the lowest. Miss Amelia Weltzel, who was the Mra C- H stlne all of Loulgvjiie, Siitisfiu-tioguaranteed. week-on- d guest of Mrs. Howard wore spending last week in Now Wedekempor, has returned to her York City. 01 roar boy aa edncatlo'n that wll home in Frankfort, prepare thtm for life. The marriage of Miss Alice NelU- Miss Eleanor Harris returned. fean and Frank J. Moss was solemn ST. XAVIER'S COLLfcQE oi ized with nuptial mass Wednesday from St. Catherine's Academy Wednesday to spend tho Thanksgiv morning at 7 o'clock at SL Cecilia's Funeral Directors 119 W. Broadway, SoolavlUe, Xy ing .holiday at home. church. Immediately following the Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother! ceremony'Mr. and Mrs. Moss left for Classical. Scientific and TT7. Buslneai and Embalmers. .r Larg ,11,aiI?,ltZS0.rald Philadelphia, and after tr "rf-?- ' Fitzgerald spent a lhey wI11 DO at homo to December 12 Courses, Preparatory Department,lymna BwlmmlnE I'ooi, wen cjiuppeo and Mrs. ,the,r frlends sium. Terms moderate. ' pleasant Sunday visiting Frank at 282o Halo avenuo. bro. Bn)araln. Ir Fitzgerald at Prestonla. Telephone 1022. SOLDIER AND SAUX)R. ,,' xiuiiaiiuu, -- . xr.-.- i. w, iunry uu. tt 1, - ui iiuiiii PERFECT FITTING ;uis g a gMd uke iwenuem Bireei, nas oeen conuueu The photo bejQW. JOHN B. RATTERMAN 10 jier jioiuo mr mo iraxi wcciw ness of raniei j, o'Keefe. eon of SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES with a bad case of tonsilitis. (Mr, and Mrs jr J o'Keefe. of FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1318 Seventeenth street, and who Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Johnson and May Agnea Maguire, of IParkvlew, j 2114 WEST MARKET STREET were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phones Shan nee 1243. Cumberland " Ben Johnson In New Aicany. Mayfleld. Portland, are visiting relatives at 1 HE SOUTH. Mrs. Jerry Hallahan i FIUST GUARANTEED STOCK. -- V J - - J.. 1 MIltiliTtn B - a. BOSSESON nio PKIIH AVKNUK V. " tijjHPllIlll'l t- Qr-vfrz- py CPT) OPTICAL XKCOBFOSATSO West 1107a. Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY , I .iht v, r n,r "'bV iti n Fourth niul Chestnut. "A Near to You For the next three weeks we are going to offer all of our laces at a liberal discount. This offer Is genuine, and It will pay our customers to write us at once while our stock Is complete. out-of-to- u the Nearert Phone" Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S FUNERAL A A FLOWERS FOURTH AVE. K-fr-ft hs BtmaSEwm HiiPHBssP mm .., Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.00 t l".. ...j. ...-.- . A ' K nCffEft JS1GP tourth Awrra? larirvlBr 7e telegraph Flowpra BverywheK inuuniu Mp3 SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little Ae ;: - -- rr rv t,... Sf nm' CORNS,BUNlONS Utfftmkt m4 J. 5c ttatrail Dr. Nil) SclHrtfflcH Tnatef A Uriah Z. Lltsty Chiropodist i Best Cigars V Made? H,'H-H' 't' ! t' i j- now-a-day- "; ,..l. " -- - ..... I '5jea i.vt:M&&aefommm Starka fcr DoililiBi rfirwfmmmp' Both Pbo.--t: '"" 1"' r R&,Krf"ft! 507 DRINK ROOMS FOR RENT. Two rooms, furnished or unfur nished, at 1124 South Seventh street Inquire at 1126 South Sev ' enth street. ni-.T.- JkpZf 5o - 'i h I lrne , ??T - . mr&i&??"s r-- mttrja jMkMVBK?rirZJ.rzr ' Y- - vwmwem,vw''C - A ISXLV' irCJOICY ITCXStJEX AJS.17&.j;CAVi. 1 RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize ncjvtjrtisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. TUB SIGN OF QUAUTY Hlghl'd 741 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY . CO. Incorporated 014-62- RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentupky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these, colums. We aim to protect our read- crs by accepting only firms of known responsibility. KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN COKE STATION rscrasa fbvtibzxt jjwooxayi Incorporated. vii orranlxed by to niak well-knaw- a M LOANS in furniture Mattresses. Blankntn. etr r.nfn Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Cutlery, Novelties. Bed LAUNDRY AGENCY. NATIONAL HATTER8 TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. ouiis rressoa while You Walt. Hats Cle&ned unrl ntnnknil TOhlln Home Phone City 1931 and-Hats florae Pfaone 2550 Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. 2 ti and other teraoBAl erty at DENTI5T 900-90-1 STARKS BUILDING. Cnderhlll St. Oeo. Dearborn B Manager &OWEST KATXS. Coleman Bide., Cor. Tblrd and JeSerao Both Phones. 2Stt Homo Phono City 7638 HUNGER'S CHILE CAFETERIA Highland 1033 JOS. V. Tl'cMQKpS The, .Smoxi, SPANINGER 458 South Fifth Street FOR GEO. LADIES F. AND GENTLEMEN MA- GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS 370 Baxter Avcnno HENRY you wait. Soldiers' Uniforms a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Mnttn "Rorvlro Attention and Quality." Home Phono Shawnee 803 "TVITWA" Op iHr. Houx! HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Tin Roofs Repaired and Palntod ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBfc Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Phono Shawnee 368 KATSER BILL R EACHED AT LAST THROUGH O ERMAN PEOPLE. SEE POOLEY FOR 3IONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY A 04.- Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 Loans to thoso having regular inHeadquarteri for HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY J. M. BUOKNER comes or salary, with no publicity CnARLES BALLMAD3R or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPSHTX TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE 230 East Market Street jo their personal security. See us about anything ia raal DIVISION 8. 000 West Main Street estate. We sell, buy and rent 1 Between Brook and Floyd F. R. POOLEY, First and third Fridays, Hibernian PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND Louisville, Ky. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courior-JournBuilding, 0 Home, Portland. SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty 41S S. Fourth Street. Heme Phone City 4484. Cardinal Gibbons Says Tills Is a President John M. Riley. Writes Letters tx Gen. Austin Vice President Walter Murphy. Glorious Country and Bishop O'Donnghuo and HOME SPOT CANTEEN Financial " secretary John J MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. THE r. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY WSI. P. BANNON Worth Dying For. Broderick, 1860 Portland avenue. Grand Knight Cllnes. FOR Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. MERCHANDISE OENERAL A Recording Secretary John INCORPORATHD SOLDIERS CONTRACTING PLASTERER Everything for the Soldiers Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Cigars, Restaurant Cigars, Soft Drinks, Candles. Sergeant-at-Ann- a 58-51- 0 Martin SOUTH WENZEL ST. Woodrow Wilson and His Associates Brook and Bloom Expresses Gratitude of Soldier Boys .FIRST CLASS SERVICE The Right Place for Tobacco. Right Prices. Aro;But tho Instruments C. 4203 S. 9192-Both Phones 4202 Noone. Sisters nnd. Sentinel Thomas to Catholic City 8380 Cumb. S. 163-;of God. ' K. of C. Both Phonos 2406" ARTISTIC PIUNTING "SOUTHERN STAR" DIVISION 4. Home City 2803 A Meets second and fourth Mondays FIRST CLAS8 WORK SLICED BACON REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY America Triumphed Because Her Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Adolph Reatltnger Speaks For Officers and Men and "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Give This Office Your Next Ordt President John" J. Barry. Cause Was Uonorablo FRED HORNUNG, JR. Gives Assurance of Deep INSURANCE Morning" Vice President Mark J. Ryan. and Righteous. 317 W. GREEN ST. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Recording Secretary Lawrence Gratitude. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE PLUMBING AND GAS FITTZNa PLATE GLASS D. Meany. Telephone City 946 LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 712 West Jefferson Street Finaneial Secretary Thomaa J 123 SOUTH THIRi STREET Incorporated Louisville, Ky. Langan, 734 West Oak street. GOD EVER HOLDS THE REINS. Treasurer John F. Burke. INDISPENSABLE. ENGRAVERS TnE SERVICES Sergeant-at-Arm- e Bernard Mul- J. E. SCHWARTZ DEAD ANIMALS doon. i McDarmott SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMFAiO Highland Park, Ky. 8entlnel M, BUILDER HIGHEST OABH PRICES PAID ARTISTS, .ENGRAVERS America and her Allies triumphed GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS cnnntrinv fnr tin officers and en " ELECTROTYPERS of State, wa's 'his way to tho Call Phono City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS 2481 MONTGOMERY STREET listed men at Camp Taylor as well United States. onThe announcement in this world war because theirs Cumb. Homo Main FEED 721. Phone w&a a no fnr tht families and friends of tnat was just and hon. Louisville, Kj S85 W. Mala St., Homo Phone Parkway 3G0 Home Phone Shawnee 1010 (Brig. Gen. Fred T. Austin, and righteous; because theirs soldiers, ' Homo Phono City 6674 LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Cumb. Phone South 22B6-until recently in command at camp, celebration of Cardinal Gibbons, or "" ""J- - '" Right "5"tby lustful'," '"su. ,Vf 001"a" alms LOUISVILLE SAVINGS addressed a letter to the ambitions of 80UTH FRANK A. OHLMANN but that celebration, is Rev. Dennis O Donaghue, insnop oi Baltimore, the Pope was represented ,d clonqUC8h b,ut on? t0 When In Louisville Store Your Car WUEST BROS. AND DEPOSIT BANK Grand Knight over and A.Ki-i- . and r.miiciriiin despotism: u.- . make at tho tu i. Street 000 East Franklin Thomas D. Clines expressing .thanks delivered Vo thT Cardinal an ' auto- " 6 WEST HILL STREET Fourth and Central Avenue ? KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE for the service rendered by mora graph from GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Threo Per Cent. Paid on Savings than 100 Sisters and the Knights Pope letter ot greetingbrought tho have fastened upon Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen110 E. Main or 110 W. Main which had been to s of Columbus during Deposits. A General Banking the innuenza eral Maclilne and Model Work Cumb. Main 9 67-Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing Transacted. All sohemos conceived in passion Gen. Austin, in his letepidemic. Steel Stamping fSfn and denied by hope of the most and Polishing a Specialty. ter, says that the services rendered KSSiU In rK&i. Phone City 4131 Home Phone City 2816 Home Phone, City 6648 wle was this war H. thncio siatrtrn was so timely and Sfifft- .2 ill .2 kind Home, City 3481. them and leave so thoroughly satisfactory that he official abroad, ter"r BERNARD FENZ and tats is the first n,i i express his thanKs ana Hnwi., desired to BATH'S CAFE such God OniO But only for a tlm request Bishop O'Donaghue to con- time ropes an Important member of wtke EVERYAND MISSISSDPPI BEUTEL & FREDERICK 1 AND FOR YOUR GROCERIES 01x1014 tamjiy nas oeen neTeir relinquishes vey to them assurance of the deep tne the 4ireins of THING THE MARKET AFFORDS KENTUCKY RIVER LINE ', ' or t- AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor i,i., FLORISTS iv.. -- Prqmptness gratitude, of the officers sad, mea. sent to America. Anof a mission as- and Satlsfaetias , d. OSecahse "this it fs and juafnC, must prevail; sooner or His letter roriows: Flowers for All Occasions. Dealgs 421 East Jefferson Street J. S. JONES. Agent 441 East St. Catherine "War Department Headquarters, sumed now thata the Monsignor'a - iater a Divine Will forces into Work a Specialty. 1mpormission thoso earthly kings and Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, tant miseton isthe far more one announced, emperors who' ruthlessly try Fourth and River, Loulsvillo Phone City 6692 SOUTHERN ITARM to 1 South Brook Street Ky.. November 15, 1918 My Dear Local one than members Catholic O. Platoff, Prest. During tho recent influenza hierarchy deny ofanythe knowledge dominate. And the time has come Phones: Main 9214; City 416 Sir: Home, City 322; Cumb., S. 222-CON MCKD. PA when tho aims of Germany have I. Bush, Sec.Treas. epidemic, while all the country has VlSlt or Of Its purpose, honn shatArnil! whMi thn WArnlntf either Of been fighting a foe almost as deadly and tome the BUSH PLATOFP t RMdr for Year Griddle In even doubt the accuracy 0r her misguided ruler for world Incorporated as the enemy overseas, .tho military of the report that he is coming at In authority in this country aro in- Is hearing them. Their prayers will HorBlas" GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND niithfirltles are aware of the great all. There, are Important vacancies conquest has been crushed forever, struments of God; that God bus not go unanswered. America's motive In this war in placed them in the high offices thoy BUILDERS furnished and Indispensable aid From the battlefields ot France HAM. LARD, SAUflAOK in the American hierarchy and a Special Attention To Repair Work from sources outsiue ineir organi filled. Successors to the lato to be a high one unselfishnoble one. Hers hold so that they should serve his comes even greater evidence that tho Arch- - Is a battle and honorable; purpose of leading us out of the war Is converting the world; that CO PROVISION tOrirTVILLK zations. Those responsible for the bishops Ireland and Farley are to a fight not so much for herself Estimates Cheerfully Furnished care and treatment of the un be appointed, and it Is known that but one that has the. liberty and chaos of war In tho haven of peace. It Is bringing man closer to his God. (IaeorporateC) OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. Some there are who have felt that Men think of God today and pray fortunate sufferers can not avoid ah Pope will exercise the as acknowledgement of this generous the naming men to fillextreme care goal. good of the entire world feel its the world has gone mad; that wo aro to Him who have 'had no religious in the places And because of this I A religious some .other nation. adrift, rudderless and holpless on n thoughts for years. HARMONY LACKING. It has fought assistance which has maao possioie made vaacnt by that God guided sweeping tho world. And to make tho world safe for democ- the protective ana remcaiai meas- two distinguishedthe deaths of those and f know thoso of our Allies, our sea of murderous emotions. men. Still it Is armies, and to that is wrong. Since the time But fervor Is of in the Inferno of combat In Franca All Is not harmony between the racy and should Insist that the ures that were taken. glorious victory, regard he the the It has "While the epidemic was sweep-a not thought send wouldUnder Secro-It All can not bo soldiers on tho In creation nothing bos happened men aro responding tolifting cry of parts of the world become democratic. various necessary to his aro An overthlB world by chance. British Empire, at least the great fought for "the rights of all peo ing over Camp Zachary Taylor tary for State Affairs all the way battlefields. But those of us who ruling God has been constantly nt their souls; theyand finding in their prayer voices that colonies are pleased to think they ples, great and small; the right of number of Sisters of aseven orders here, especially at this time, with nro iert at homo can servo the nohlo the holm of the world, guiding It action in tho sweetest Joy large share and to a partlclpa- - of your church took hnvo wn trpntvi flhabhllv hv tho cause by supporting our Government safely through every storm, piloting has ever brought to them.that life the whole world In turmoil. The "mother" country. The dlssatisfac- - tfon In the economic opportunities nt Hip burden of nursing and caring most likely surmise according to a to the limit of our Jowors to the When peace and natrqullity reign always pagt thfl rockfl that tnreat. colonies has been voiced of tho world," and should make It for the sick eoldlers who crowded wen imuuiieu judaic, is ijiau iujtr. tion of the , JL.T- -I ;cned absolute ..disaster into the cairn onco again, the woild will not go ". "J"... , by Premier Hughes, of Australia, its business to see that thoso rights our hospital. I am advised that the Uprnitl'H rfiftl .micuiinn. ir no rsauv :"." uui unuj, nv uiubi muuu il -. "cii uici k..i... -..J back to Its old ways; It will not remu nnann.tf.. Cnwri,., o.tnHi. nr, ,,nmni.in. ' ui"uui who complains that England throw are accorded to all .peoples without Sisters were sent hero at tho sever the bond of prayer that now a-- y When these things are quest of Chaplain Barrett, through con- - exception. . Australia into tho war without unites it with its God. It will not suiting her, and Is now preparing done for which the JUnited States tho kindness of the following structing practically the entire Wo must be loyal and courageous; Suledand SublTma Wo must forget what a comfort prayer has fought eo successfully then, and Mother Superiors: Mother Genew be unswerving In our for peace without consulting her. has n as of brought to them In theso wisdom Mother Tho statusa result the the cataclysm. vieve, five Mercy Sisters; - only then, will tho of Premier Hughes Insists' that AusMonsignor is of ? l..,ur J?."10":... W.e ""J"1 Justice and his kindnesa Tw'muTt days. Tho world will raise its voice be assured. This Superior, Franciscan Sisters, three likened to tralla Is entitled to her own repre- - the United States thanksthat 6f Col. EM. House Almighty and lo Its 60idiersZUd soldier- s- Put our trust In the a tImo when giving Creator Init prayer of in supit is sentativo at tho peace table, and is the really critical time, for open- - Sisters; Mother Superior, Mercy as the personal representative of raises it then as calmly feel tnat at wliat akTd or Mother An the President Convent, five Sisters; will resent bitterly her exclusion, the time of test between the will plication W,U come wllls ,l twenty Ursulino SIstors; where there Is to various States ronerioraolnilt ttout ThSs God end. Andtho wartho world will continue now. And the world God If exclusion be decided on. It Is nes3 and sense of fair play of Amer- - gola, already diplomatic to commune with Its that c an? wlthSut criticism probablo that tho Premier was lean statesmanship and tho dark Mother Praxeaes, superior uenerai, representatives, Tho reconstruction ahouid think "e better for tho strife that now and find in that communion a Joy Mother European eleven Loretto Slsters; of methods speaking Canada's thought ajso In lantern - h0 Uve surpasses understanding. Is a pall over It Through the Charity Sisters; of Russia to a matter ot vital imhave ben blessed casts corruption has increased in the that us put out fullest faith and and diplomacy, and unles the United Rose, thirty-tw- o tdh Let portance this matter. The Australians the Vatican, for the a homeland States insists that the principles for Mother Francisca, O. S. D., twelvo church there under the Czar ro- .M h1"8'. ?.e &nr1rf? ptppcI, lust and avarice came trust in God and in our Prcsldentl Canadians "have iborno the brunt of n- nony the fighting on tho British side; in- - which it fought principles based Dominican Sisters. Pope be- - wuwa where is grautea Is witnout colved scant courtesy, Tho world has come Let us pledge day by day our loy-- " cense; authority to thero "The services rendered by those Ing denied the right to the deed were It not for the showing on equal justice to all peoples be- communicate lo ne3d a cleansing, and God In his alty to our country and then let tho Gov- by thoso colonies Great come tne animating principles or in Sisters was so timely and so with tho Bishops In Russia without erZent desootlsm whore mantle of mado Providence has been sweep-th- o us show it Lot us be patient and us I rememborlng always Britain would have cut a sorry ternatlonal relations in tho future thoroughly satisfactory that youwish communications passing through protection without interfering with j?JeB?8,nJB a"d , hl." a,ina as we shall have had our labor for our to express my thanks to good, out of figure In the war. Canada and a Government censorship. n " a rignt or conscience, it ',tyrelw"ib- died "so that those who that of this evil comes comeand that hoAri nf tho church In this diocese. out war shall a new Australia know this and their re pains. who Is a wonderful country, this Amer- such Tho consciousness that, for world a purer, vaunted spect for Great Britain's be wo'rld a better PAD3 AWFUI TOLL. lea; a glorious country; one worth survive and those who will mercy aro workers, their deeas ot power has visibly diminished. They FATHER HOWARD'S REPORT. sacrificing one worth dying bo,!l1 1Jho seneitl?t ? tZ cleaner world than any of us have' in themselves reward enough, doe3 Klelnjohn and At a time forr this wo must for. realize that as far as they are con- Mrs. Margaret like not SfStl known. Inappropriate daughter. Miss Marguerite Many papers and addresses of not, I trust, make Klein- - criticiseunless cerned they must look to them- tho criticism is and bc"erus ad. !, nr ms, selves for the protection of their in- - Interest and value to the student of this expression of thanKiuiness to John, whose home Is at Jackson and h.inr..i n.it Ehows to that the 'world can go WAR SAVINGS TO CONTINUE. terests; hence Instead of being education are found in Fathor them. Chestnut street, have paid heavy of our Dowers in sunncrtlne the ?n onI.y for .a certain time Derore ,t "Speaking not only for tho offi- toll- .w th war. .. .w.. hours PrvutMnnt ond mit- - nnrnmntont w aogrades ana degenerates, weipiesi The State Director war savings A fnr drawn more closely to Great Britain nowarda ftnmlai report of the San . ... . .,.3.UlUI. RUU UU UIll.4UlitUiU ..u In ltSOlf. tO Dfinff SDOUt a PUnilCil lias been advised thatoftho Secretary lift . .. cers and men of Camp Zachary of tor. Mlcts IMariruartta TTIolnlnTin or. .,. l by tho war it would appoar ae It 1.1 of the Treasury has determined upon they really had come to tho parting Francisco convention of the Cath- - Taylor, but also for the friends and Thursday of last week mailed a mission to their rulings. It Is not !tt 1?,ks t0, our,, away the Issuance of a new series of war At all events It Is Hc Educational Association, Just families of all our soldiers, I ask Christmas box to her brother, Her- - our right now to question tho laws Father to holp It; to of the ways. and certain that in future they will pay Issued. Judging .by the volume of that you convey to those Sisters bert A 'Klelnjohn, of Field Hospital lhat the war has Imposed upon us. corruption. And this Is an era, like savings certificatesearly stamps, to bo placed on sale the asin 1919 and that n,st.orxrecr,dB' less attention to tho wishes of Great some 660 .pages, last summor's con- - who have helped us heregratitude. Unit 12, a cable message brought We must obey aa all good soldiers J,"0 help ofj tho to be known as tho series of 1919. Brltaln whenever their own Inter- - ventlon must have been one of tho surances of our deep the sad news that he had died in have obeyed sine tho world began. God has come to the The new Berles will have a maturity To those who sometimes have "orid aniJ ,a ? that He England on October 22 of pneu ests are to be served, nor would It most successful In the history of Sincerely yours, date of January 1, 1924, and in . Pniin,1 fn..1t r..ltV, J ,r.n., I.V. nl.l.l. 1- ."Fred T. Austin." !1 ..i DCSt IS DUrllyinK It. surprise us if thoy insisted on bo the association. It demonstrated, as ThOSO Who have lost IOV0Q ones practically all respects will be IsGen. Austin's letter to Grand urhllo an rnnfo nvemeai with iha Ines: to those whose own nnlnlnna lng represented at foreign courts by we learn from tho Introduction, terms and "that the principles on which Cath- Knight Thomas D. Cllnes, recogniz- American forces. He enlisted In have dinered from the opinions of on no, oatueneias oi u ranee raun sued on the same the present In the their own plenipotentiaries. series ipirat Van tn irv moniun our creat Iftadftrs In this world. T suffer In anguish and In grief. But same manner as olic education Is based are identical ing the services of tho Knights of TV.U A new ?5 war savings to them must come a solace In ot 1918. with the universal principles of Columbus and their Secretaries, has rr.nr.Tr.. a on oni ift Oomr, Qi.iiK pav this! Remembnr that von a PERIOD. CRITICAL stamp, blue in color,' bearing the ones hare only, natural right which America has this high praise for their work: with the Kentucky. boys. .ot .. tho looking at things from 1.m.m I a sin- - knowing that their l.vcd flV CAVA 11TI head ot Benjamin Franklin, the ... . .. W "Headquarters Commanding Gen- Tnirty-eignt- n c "onimiuh mmo ; m ... - fl M flfArl In VAln. that T The "signing of the armistice espoused In undertaking this war. division, wis Droiner. ba wliumnK Mt ni1.fi uiu thorltv vlow them from manv dif.. their lives for a cauBo that nothing apostlo ot saving, and a former brings the United States to what Is and that the triumphant vindication eral, Camp Zachary Taylor, NovempreparaGeneral, .i.n o forent aneles: vours Is the eon - has eclipsed In worthiness. All of Postmaster new stampsIs in be placed probably for us the critical period: of these principles Is necessary for ber 18, 1918 T. D. Clines, Secre- in..n..m.r.t .nn!.r.. tion. The will elusion of but a single brain; theirs s who are born into this world on of our connection with the Euro- - the preservation of civilization, and tary Knights of Columbus: The Ruffalo warf also a victim sale early Jn 1919. The same ,a the concentrated thought of many must die. Is there any nobler death pean imbroglio. It is the time Is worth the sacrifice it costs." The services rendered by the members he died on OcSber ! now and thrift than ttat which 'anrl ma9t.er' ". not wlthltf your "orifices his lifecan come when one thrift stamps be continuedcards 1919 For fh. when our best thought should be association is just closing its flf- - of your organization in assisting in In use will In for put Into the matter of peace, with teenth year and maintains Its post the nursing of the afflicted soldiers sister there is dtoudwldtnnid Province to protest because you alone when one dies acting righteousness; - and will be exchangeable into new as the instruhave ldeas that confUct ,th those an eye single to the best Interests tion as a strong factor In the nf hl command iliirinsr thn rfepent sympathy, conceived by the men who' are guld - 4""ietat of his Creator in carrying on sones or 1919 war savings stamps, our country. The United State growth of Catholic education. Tho epidemic of Influenza are deserving of .ing tne destiny or this nation and in wont ot cieanamK me worm' payable January 1, 1924, In the went Into the war with clean hands parish schools throughout the land oi tne nignest praise, ana l am 'PRESENT FROM BELGIUM. guiding It with remarkablo skill and The war already has brought about .same way as the exchange has been against its will, and it must aro crowded; In fist many can not takln? thin nnnnrtnnltv to Gxnr&sa Last week the Rer. G. A. and made during this year Into the spiritual revolution in every Judgment The responsibilities that who wish to at- such compliments through you to chaplain at the come out with .clean hands. At the aacommodate all There has been developed series of 1918 war savings stamps. linii7d6rn nf iigion. todav nnon th no tend, and this condition Is In large tne memuers oi your organization. Good Shepherd Convent, received a our President, upon same time It should sacrifice the fighting began a tremen- - Because of chaotic conditions In "The appreciation of the untiring package from Belgium, his native cabinet and upon thethose of his fince Impetus to trust in God and .Europe the armies must be main just interest to the necessities of part due to the work of the Cathlegislative douB gratifying results have country, marked souvenir of Bel- - hnAtna r peace, rather it should insist that olic Educational Association. All efforts and TTr.u,j Men tained at run strength for many hi commandments. those principles for which It had thoughtful educators have come to resulted in favorable comment by glum from the Minister of Foreign tremendous responsibilities greater .'and women pray today hold dally months and, in addition, enormous af- Affairs, which proved to be a large drawn the sword be rftallaed. The recognize the value of religious edu- the families and relatives of the perhaps than any group of men commune with their God who expenditures will be necessary for mx. United States has won foremost cation as exemplified In the Catholic flicted soldiers, as well as all mem- ueigian nag long, 0Ver had been burdened with since , uaan i prayea tor many years, uno years in connection with readjustwhich now hangs in front of his time began. But those men are do- - world has ceased to think only of ment and reconstruction work. nlace. financially and commercially. system, and, look to the Catholic bers of this command. "Frederick T. Austin, among the nations, and it should. Educational Association for a clear residence at Eighth and Walnut Ing'thelr work in that is won. earthly tmngs; us tnougnts nave "Brigadier General, U. S. A." That same day Father Van had let derful; they are a war ail that is turned to the spiritual. It turns for BROKE HIS HEART. not permit Itself to be robbed of a enunciation of the principles upon doing It which it Is founded. The volume la ters from relatives In Belgium, the humanelv noaslbln to dn tn crush solace to the church and lifts its single lota of this Civilian How did you- get that CHRBTTI'S MISSION. first he has had in four years. Hon. speedily a nation that aspired for voice in prayer, asking the Heavenly has fought for the freedom of the well Indexed, is printed in clear Michael Herrmann, Fa tli or to protest the loved onese; wound stripe? the Frenbh the enslavement of the world. seaa and it should see to it that and attractive type, and by reason Private Me heart breke whea end to the frightthis means something more than ef its contests makes a valuable ad- - Stueiay papers carried the news Consul here, also reeelved one of I And remember always that Mr. to bring of dltioa to the Catholle library. 'freedom, with the yeraiMioa that "Msgr. 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They aro handled per set $1 .00 line, medium ana coarse by sailors and each gun has a five-ctrain attached. Slzo 0...J. auuivi WVl, UL UUUUltilCU 41111131 $1.00 can porcelain ana consisting of Size. 1 ,.$2.10 figures 1,192, representing that 2 Slzo $2.50 KNIGHTS OP (MIIBI1S S for six peoplo; per set....S0.30 number of stars for Its many stuSlzo 3 .. , $3.35 dents who have entered their counDlnnnr Rats of hnniitlfnllv Inn. Bread Mixers; tho "Universal" try's service Two crosses repreS orated American porcelain; make Mbnaghan and Marsent Chaplains consists or loo pieces, a servSlzo 4 $2.75 Been Doing: tin, now In France, and six gold Late News That Will Interest What They Have ice for twelve people; per Slzo 8 $3.75 stars those who sacrificed their Members Here and Elseset $18.00 Carving Sets; mado of high- the Past Week General lives for democracy and tho world's , u where. irames News Notes. UilUUlU, btuitu OIOC1 nm DW freedom. with brown earthenware Inset, sterling silver mounted; whlfn! nnnntnl lined with ?5.25; special at. per PATRICK SMITH DEAD. :. at $l.io set .81.80 Z A largo class received tho first deDivision '3 will meet next PVIday A requiem mass was said at St. gree Monday night at Indianapolis. evening. Louis Bertrand's church ThanksgivSecretaries will remain France 3 in the ing day Members of Division for the repose of tho soul until all tho soldiers haveInreturned City 2360. West End are now qulto active. Main 2360-to America. Tho death of Joseph Monroe last A staff from Fort Wayno conductweek added another to Division 4's long list this year. ed tho installation Thursday night at Decatur. Leo P. Reilly, one of our members In the navy, is now stationed Omaha will havo its big Initiation tomorrow, to bo followed at Hampton Roads. by an0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE, KY. other on December 8. Division 4 will hold Its annual election of officers at tho next The K. of C. have now 264 meeting, December 9. buildings in operation with C52 SecSBBaaBaaaBaaaaaaaBaaV iaaaaaaBaaanBaaaB Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Minneretaries conducting tho work. HOME PHONE 88 sBaaaaaaaBaaaaBal CUaiBERLAND MAIN 3071.y apolis entertained our Sammies and Littlo Rock Council had six apJackles on Monday night at another plications and balloted on fifty-tw- o of their popular praties. candidates at the last meeting. HKfjL&jnr Division 3 of Omaha hold a bazar Little Rock Knights will havo this week in Workmen's Temple, their big initiation tomorrow, when A Motz roadster was ono of tho a large class from Camp Plko will prizes. receive the degrees. This is a good time to inaugurate Meetings were resumed with a a membership campaign in LouisThey havo been quite suc ville. smoker Monday night at Portland, Ore. A big initiation will take cessful elsewhere. place there tomorrow. Every Hibernian hopes the comVVlVVVVVVVVVW.VVVVVWVtVVWVVW ing International peace conference The K. of C. bullldng at Algiers will bring homo rule and Naval station, New Orleans, furto Ireland. nishes entertainment for our sailors From present indications it is and marines every night. safo to say many members of the The Knights ot Columbus havo order will ceelbrate next St. Patdone splendid work at Fort Stevens rick's day in Berlin and Germany. and in the Lower Columbia" river Next Tuesday night the Ladies' district, covering a ardius ot seventy-fAuxiliary of South Oraftfca will be. .miles. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, -- of St. John's, ive guest at tha home of Mrs. Mary of Patrieto-SfliitCharles Carroll Council at CarRatigan, who will give them a Sne Newfoundland, a" brother of Lawrence J. Smith, of 212$ First street; roll, Iowa, holds the State record for evening's entertainment. The deceased, was this number Members of the order everywhere inent city.. Newfoundland politicsprom- the size of Its of Its initiations and the in extend their sympathy to Mrs, Mary for over forty years had been and week seventy-tw- o classes. Last Sunday a candidates were Arthur, of Indianapolis, National 3EHCOIfEj8S. & received into tho order. resident agent for Director of the Ladles' Auxiliary, Sobs, a shipping oonoern, of Witless Upon tho closing of tho K. of C. who last week suffered the death, of 2008-Climb. Main Home City 2008 Z Bay. Beside hi brother' he Is hut at Camp Syracuse, from which her husband, John F. Arthur. six sobs and. two daughi4f t After the holidays we should be- survived by death oeeurred on No- the soldiers havo been removed, gin preparations for a County ters. His and only this week the Ool, Ruttencutter wrote: "The tremendous and continuous crowds Board celebration of St. "Patrick's vember 11, .which were at all times present in day that will arouse the old spirit sad news was received here. your tents and buildings wero a and again bring together the dePRAISB8 AMBlilOA. sufficiently eloquent testimony of scendants here from the (Emerald the appreciation of tho men." Isle. Cardinal MereJer, the neet prominent figure ef the, war in Belgium, MAKES MANY HAPPY. freedom: Ireland. excepting Kin Albert, received the SAL. S. SMITH, PROP. correspondent Associated Press Catholic organizations were noti- Saturday. There is Joy In tho homo of Mr. ''Yeu haye saved us," fied Monday hy United States Sen and Mrs. Lawrence Kleffer, Duncan the' Cardinal, ator James D. Bhelan that he was said thought about'when asked what street, a big d boy having America's parto present a petition of the Catholic he youngarrived It is clergy of California to President ticipation ia the - war. "You have ster is thcro. banker,3ald tho already some and saved the world."- Cardinal Merclor Wilson asking that Ireland's political Is tall and dignified. He was garbed has it on his dad when it comes BOTH PHONES 810. freedom bo espoused by the United to He Is a States at the Peace Conference. Tho in a purple soutane. He chatted soncounting the cash. Jacques, grand conof N. petition was signed by Archbishop with the eorrespoBdent for more nected Charles Property I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, with the Clerk's Edward J. Hanna, of the archdio- than half an hour. of the Police Department, Both ''I .never despaired, I never lost cese of San Francisco, and Right Rev. John J. Oantwell and Thomas hope, although at times my heart mother and son aro doing well. Grace, Bishops of Lob Angoles and wa3 very full," the' Cardinal said DecemSODALITY MANUAL. Sacramento dioceses, and 800 cler- referring to an ineldent-igymen in the' Stata. Similar peti- ber, 1914, when Baron von Bissing, H. 1. BMNQN, PnstfHt d Vmgu. P. iAXNOM, JR., Vko Pns. aad Treii. $ A Hew manual of the Sodality of tions from all parts of the United military Governor of Belgium, virStates were being signed Monday tually made him a prisoner in his the Blessed Virgin Mary, edited by for presentation to tho President, it episcopal palaee; "I received a tho Itev. James J. Duffy, has Just was announced. None, but clergy telegram then from the Associated been Issued from tho Peter Rellly men who are American citizens are Press and hare never been able to press, Philadelphia. Many editions permUted to sign the petitions, it answer it. I wish to reply to it of the manual of the sodality have Sewer and Calvert Pip, was said. now: 'Yes, Blaring treated me as a been published, but none that con Baaaaa's Pateat Lidded Fie fsr Steam Ceatiaits, prisoner for four days.' " tain the practical and helpful feat Concerning the Governors ot Bel- - ures of this ono. The arrangement Wall Cealae;, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, ENTERTAIN SOLDIERS. glum during the war Cardinal In this edition sot only permits the Fire PreeSag, Fl Lialag", Fir Brlcll Tonight a dance will bo given for Merclor said that Falkenhausen was sodallst to say tho office properly Grate aad Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teas. soldiers at the K. of C. club house, more cruel arid inhuman than but also in unison with tho other 816 South Fourth avenue. The Bissing and more perfidious, in- members. The rubrics in red is an OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. young ladles of the St. Helena's Co- sidious and dangerous. "There was additional helpful feature. The operative Club, who have been do- not much to ahooee between them, hymns aro not numerous, only tho PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 0O7. ing the mending for the soldiers at however," he said. Referring to more popular ones, so as to permit WORKS-Tblrtee- ath and Brecbiaridge aad Ninth aad Magaella. Z Camp Zachary Taylor, will act as his quite receat anni- the book being Issued in a small birthday versary the corerspondont compli- slzo and bo printed In typo suffichaperons. On Wednesday the members of mented the Cardinal upon his ciently large enough to be read in the Knights of Columbus and their robust appearance and health. Tho poorly lighted churches. A separato WIHB HOUBB THI PHIL. HOLLXNBAOH OO. ladies celebrated the signing of Cardinal replied t "It is true that I pago, with sodality title and patron HOLLENBAGH'S peace with a reception and dance am but rather it is my Inserted, will bo furnished when from 9 to 12 p. m. On Thanks seventy-firbecause the last four sufficient quantities are ordered at Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. HfCOXFORATap giving afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock years seemed like eight to .me." ono time. Orders may be placed a dance was given for officers, Referring to the change In the with the Rogers Book Company. Importer and Dealer ia Distillers Ot chaperoned by Miss Wllmenla Government of Germany, Cardinal Mercler said: "I am no politician. Waller. ST. HELENA'S CLUB. FORTUNA SOUR MASH OL WINEi AND LIQUORS However, the change there seems i too sudden to be lasting. The new Loyalty and service, the spirit of BACK TO DUTY. "HOLLKNBAOH" PUNS RYB 144 South Third Street Government appears to me like a the times, characterised the la'jt Xieaterllte, B KM W. Mala St. -, Home Phone 1191 E. Raymond Schott, a popular camouflage to the autocracy and meeting of the St. Helena's of Mackln Council, who has the changes seem to have been eratlve Club, which enjoyed a really member evening. been spending a ten days' furlough made to order according to prear- pleasant and instructive visiting friends and relatives in the ranged schedule, It is God's Jus- The musical programme furnished. West End, will return Monday tice, and the "public conscience is by the student orchestra of Prenight for duty at the Great Lakes satisfied. The' triumph of Justlco sentation Academy was particularly naval training station, where he is Is complete; the barbarian device good and evoked many compliments The stationed for the present. He is that might is right has received its for the young musicians'. coronet solo by Master Arthur hale aad hearty and likes life in death blow; the dream of domination has been shattered Miller was remarkable for ono so Uncle Sam's navy, and has hopes that he will soon be assigned to and evaporated Mke noxious gas in young. Miss Margaret Miller gave duty on one of our big war vessels. the wind and, thaaks to God's Jus- her violin eolo with admirable cortice, right ha triumphed and the rectness and expression, and Miss Belgians once more- are free and Elizabeth Coleman deserves comBISHOP BYRNB. Independent. W have won the mendation for the able and graceful The reception and installation ot war." manner In which she filled the post On receiving confirmation of the of directress. The following memRight Rev. Bishop Byrne took Prealdent Wilson bers of the orchestra were present place on Thursday in St. Mary's rumor that Cathedral at Galveston, Texas. It planned to visit Europe, Cardinal and eaeh deserves honorable menwas a fitting Thanksgiving celebra- Mercler said that he wm a rrpaf tion: Ml9ees Irma Kalpheke, Agnes tion and the grandest the city ever admirer of the President, adding; and Blanche Veeneman, Anita and. xour resume is a great states Beatrice Bvers, Angel and Virginia Witnessed. man, on of the greatest statesmen Rapp, Mary Waechter and Augusta tr bf all time. The Germans' dark Brlet; Maeters' C. L. Casper and FLIBS 1,19 STARfi. plotting and treacherous dtalnmacv Irwin Abel!. Two well rendered. The handsome m service flag' war tompfeteiy Sotted by President whmI selections were given by Miss Mat nsata from St. xartor's Col wjuhhts magngtotljr honest aad Btnlta Bennett, 'Mia Bertha Kapp lege, Sast Broadway, carries the Implacably Just massagea being the aeeompaaist. a J - ar $ ' HIBERNIANS. 1!" slx-CU- f t Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 vyuaai-ruiuH- iiicKui-piaie- Lbs. For 75c xs .QVAXXTT. f reg-pri- co x cerrsii Importer that xhowh rom it mat cus JOHN M. 3kITJrX,OY K. I. A. mm&9m9ammommmfmm49mii9t4Z Y. and Itoaater of nigh Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. 313 W. aCASXBS BT. SODXSTOUB, XT. Return thta advertisement with remittance and wa will ship Coffee by Parcel Poit, all charge prepaid. j Attractive Fall Displayed in the Windows Arc Shoes For All Occasions and to Meet Every Requirement. Styles in Women's High Boots i If. !? hC J '. Funeral Director and Embalmer 717-71- iHHklifiB "HB iH 'liHHflH ftVtWWAWV1WWWWWvW J- J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. a BOSTON SHOES FOR WOMEN NEVER CAME--- -. TO US IN a: GREATER VARIETY OF SMART STYLES. The illustration correctly today's window. 9VJv I 822 East Maio. street. ft'l'l-W'I'ri'l'n-M"M"IWM"- t DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT Funeral Directors BOTH 8' 3aitt.H' i;-m- m - j? -r- fW lr, -- and Embalmers m e portrays jutt onottyle. 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