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Kentucky Irish American: December 28, 1918 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 kec1918122801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 28, 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. Ti mm HIKE r TO IIEICK8 Yob TKECWSOtVATieNSTME Aajtiter Hi; Kd In HENRY HEICK HARDWARE GO. 322 W. Market St. Mb Pfewts 432 lwiW, Xy. ENTUCKY 26. Irish American how Mrs. Ella Russell was robbed near Fourth and Walnut In broad daylight by a negro pickpocket. In his camouflage t table Mr. Hert's Secretary also failed o mention about tho failure to arrest negroes or give tho reopen why. Ha might have taken ,tho official Police Bulletin of last month ; for a guide and from which wo quote, Ab It Is known, tho arrest of negroes in this city or any city Its size with tho same negro population wlll averago 60 per cent. In ' Loutevillo last month the Police Bulletin credits tho Keystoners With Ij (55 3 arrests, and of that number there wero only 374 negroes arrested, or,, a little over 20 per cent. Negro gamblers, negro hold-u- p men and negro gun men havo been prominent in our nows, and why thoy are not being arrested can only bo explained by tho Republican party managers or 'Mr. Chesley," who seea that they are protected. Tho killing of tho negro gambler on Twelfth street last Sunday night recalls the fact that this gambling place ,wos raided twice before and in one of the raids a negro soldier jumped through tho window, taking sash and nil. No one was punished and 'the question arises who gave tho permission for the game or games to run there again.. Mr. Johnson might Inform tho public concerning the of negroes and why gambling is permitted In his neat camouflage bulletin which tho Courier-Journso gladly publishes. Colncidentally the not in Brooklyn Wednesday of theJnegro soldiers oily bears out the prediction that the) coddling of tho negro" voter by the Republican party and tho overrated ability of the negro soldiers meant trouble. The prediction is being' verified. Speaking of camouflage, near Mayor Smith and City Assessor Baldauf aro staging a pretty little1 act of their own to fool the public. Tho near Mayor comes forward with tho statement how he Tis struggling manfully and nobly to ,lowor our taxes a couplo of cents on the dollar, while Baldauf knoeks the props under the couplo of cents reduction by raising tho taxpayer's assessnon-arrests 1600 Taxlcab, Auto, BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance and Taxlcab LcuisYllle Canlace Ct. INCORPORATE VOLUME Xtl.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918. - PRICE FIVE CENTS. sOTlHlMBBiBPMRP' i jK&SSiHHHHHBPf FATHER DUEFY OVERSEAS Returning Knights of Columbus retaries Underwent So-- . vcre Hardships. Sec- New Yori? Chaplain Receives IIJgh est Honors for Service Over There., Soldiers "of All Creeds Pay Tribute h to Fighting Sixty-Nint- t t i$f r IJBIfr ! Priest Worked 117 Hours on Stretch Wounded, and Administering Last Bites. Aid-in- g Traveled With Pershing's Mon, Constant Flow of Supplies. Fur-nlshln- g Succored tho Wounded, Acting as Stretcher Bearers and Burying tho Dead. kB kVF kv kkB lkkT kkw. kkv kkV kkB kkV kB lkT IHnkB kS jkHkkkkkkVff kHkBSSSSSSF? kkkkkkkkV z kH kB lkw TRIBUTE TO JEWISH SOLDIERS. If thore was ono man more than another' responsible for the splendid record of the 166th Infantry in action, that man was Father Duffy. So say the men of tho old who back have come wounded and are now In the nearby hospitals. So say, too, tho men of the 165th who wero not of tho Fighting Irish Tegiment, but were merged with it and went through tho war in the blood brotherhood. They wore soldiers of the Seventh, and Seventy-firTwelfth, Twenty-thir- d regiments, and truly there was glory enough to go round. What part Father Duffy played In the Incessant fighting will not be told in full till all his loyal boys return, but enough news has como from overseas to show what manner of man, what type of patriot, what sort of priest followed the flag. Hero then Is a brief account describing the qualities of the courageous chaplain that were brought out In the fierce test of Many friends in New York war. City have said that they would nqt recognize tho priest from the cabled dispatches of his activity. But the men with whom he shared shell-hol- e say ho never and trenches changed a bit to them, and hundreds of them knew him intimately In peace times. When last heard from Father Duffy was in a hospital In Franco convalescing from a wound received in action. Ho baa been decorated by Gen. Pershing with tho Distinguished Service Cross for valor under fire and commended as a mighty factor in the maintenance of- - morale. It Is mndorstood that ho will return with tho Cross of tho Legion of Honor from the French Government, if he will ac-- . cept tho decoration. "Me? Oh, I'm a Jew, but that never niado any difference to him! t, Jew or Gentile, Catholic or Quaker, Mohammedan or Free Thinker, wo wore all soldiers when it came to the crisis, and he was always thore." Private Harry Sang, of tho 106th United States Infantry, totally disabled from several wounds, leaned back in his chair In St. Mary's Hospital in Hoboken and gazed out ot the window across tho water. He visualized all that he had passed through In the long campaign, closed his eyes a moment and expelled his breath with a sibilant shudder. Then he said: "Father Duffy rolled cigarettes for me in the hospital when I was too weak to move my fingers. He laughed as he rolled them, and told 1 mo not to worry, and somehow Everything seemed didn't worry. all right while ho was there. You know, he even stuck the cigarette In my mouth and lighted it and talked to mo about everything but war. I'll say he Is tho 'greatest man in prance, but I don't have to Bap it. Everybody knows it. You h don't have to ask tho Old men. Ask anybody In an American uniform over there. He can have anything he wants from us, and he won't take a thing! That's Father Duffy all over. He'll tight against hell itself in tho open for anyBoldler; but for himself that's the only man in the army he never thinks about." All that Private Sang said was corroborated from dozens of men In the same hospital, usually with less detail, but always with equal emphasis. Letters from the trenches add to the endless accumulation of testimony to the heroism of the chaplain, but from himself no word has como to indicate that he did anything out of the routine work of his vocation. Private Patrick Itooney in talking to newspapermen abroad summed up the soldiers' esntiment toward Father Duffy in thlB fashion: "Just say ho'B a regular guy, and you've said It all." This was after tho charge of the 165th across the Ourcq river, when the Rev. Francis P. Duffy, coatlcss, grimy with mud and powderand sweating from every pore labored 117 hours without rest, In the face of spraying metal from tho German the lines. Hera he administered last rites of the church he honors to a dying soldier of bis own faith j there ho carried a stretcher end as a bearer was shot down in the rain of snipers' bullets; now at the first aid station; then at the front line exhorting his flock for they are always a flock In his eyes to victory. It was for this that he was decorated. n He was a chaplain In the war and stayed with the through the border dish turbance. He was a staid professor Semof philosophy at Dunwoodle inary and then a parish priest In the Bronx, till the war called him to the Held again. He wrote to the Women's Auxiliary of the 165th long letters, and never a word ot himself But of the men with whom marched ha Mid: "They deserve all tfaftt anyone st soft-spoke- n, mild-manner- PERFORMED $' HEROIC WORK. Sixty-nint- h, ' - - FRENCH WOMEN MEND YANKS' CLOTHES. Photo shows two French women mending tho clothes of two Yanks who had aided in chasing the Germans out of tho homes of these two women. Nothing was too good for tho boys in all tho French towns. ful, uncomplaining, they gave their all and are as thankful as children to when .anyone gives a thought them." In a letter to Father O'Donohoe, his parish assistant, ho jested at war's horrors as applied to him, saying: "If you could see me this mlnuto you'd make some remark along the lines of Captain McShorry's famous toast: 'If this be war, may wo never have peace.' 1 am seated near a comfortable fire in a carpeted room with lace curtains and a canopy over a fine big bed, with an orderly doing my work and doing it thoroughly for fear of losing the best Job in the army. Give tho children in school my blessing. I know all the children in every town I've been in, but none like those In my parish." This was before the Ourcq. It was the last canopied bed and comfortable lire that the fighting chaplaiaenjoyed "vfor many, a- - long I . day. - .. , ( Itfi frr& - '. ,Ai f al KING ENJOYS SURRENDER OF FOE'S HIGH SEA FLEET. Left to right Admiral Beatty, Admiral Rodman, King George, Prlnco of Wales, Admiral Sims. King George Is here shown giving every evidence of havink cracked a Joke at tho expense of his cousin, tho ;,. ,&& ,. ,i,r-, ,,. 4L can do for them. - Devoted, cheer- MAOKIN'S NEW OFFICERS Prot-etson- Mackin Council, Y. M. I., held a meeting Monday well attended evening and made plans to install officers on Monday evening, January 6. The mew administration predicts a revival of interest in this popular West End club's affairs, and the by Anthony council headed and John J. Lynn, as President and First Vice President will Tho have keen business advisers. officers to be installed are Anthony McGuire, President; John J. Lynn, August First Vice President; Hoertz, Second Vice President; Joseph Hohmann, Financial Secretary; Frank Hohman, Recording Secretary; J. J, Jarboe, Treasurer; Earl Quinn, Marshal; Henry Lawler, Sentinel; James Sanders, Outside Sentinel; Executive Committee, George Poggel, W. A. Link, Joseph Gruber, Peter Morris, Fred Herp. Mc-Gui- re In-Bi- de GASSED IN ACTION. Sixty-nint- Patrick J. Callahan, thirty-tw- o years old and before the war wth tho Dow Wire and Iron Company, was severely gassed on September 20. His wife, Mrs. Clara Callahan, residing at 78 South Shelby street, was officially notified on December had been 14 that her husband gassed. She had previously received a letter from him in which he said ho had almost fully recovered from the effects of the gas and was preparing to leave hte hospital. He also stated In the letter that he expected to be Invalided homo soon. The letter was dated October 21. Callahan arrived overseas last Juno and was a member of Company E, 307th Engineers. He received training at Camp Zachary Taylor and was later sent to Camp Shelby, Hattlesburg, Miss. Q pre-linina- ry ygwy-r- m u ; ng f mj Mil kkkw j 44kkk1kkkHK?il9' i W'm. TiHBLffVr'iiiiiiMiilBfc Spanish-America- Sixty-nint- . PICHON, x STEPHEN French Foreign MInliter who welcomed President Wilson on his arrival at Brest, France, position to his plea for Ireland with England In practical control of the conference? In some form or other that plea must como Into the minds of the delegates to the-- conference, even if they do not formally or officially discuss It. Utterances of John Dovoy nt New"' But whether that conference at Chateau Thierry, while they wero Gubernatorial Raco Will Narrow the Hun salient at St. deals wltKthe question, settles tho ironing out while they York Meeting for Irish chased tho Down to Messrs. Cherry question, or 'induces England to Mihlel and back toward Freedom. settle It--to thivsatlsf action of the toeThrough thesetho German border. and Black. and other Secremajority of the Irislii;?nle or not; of Columbus taries if that question 1b not settltfl. It will served tho Knights on every fightment. our soldiers remain open to trouble the "wrld, ing line. Through them a constant ' For instance, this year if your Gen. Percy' Holy Working To property was assessed at $2,000 you Upholds President Wilson in Most and to trouble England until It sj .flow of Knights of Columbus supjno question nnaiiy settiea. was Difficult Task Statesman paid $36.60 at tho rate of $1.83. Strength in Louisever settled unless It was settled plies was maintained and Persh-Iris- 's men were served,, at all times Now the near Mayor cuts the rate right; and the Irish question will Ever Undertook. ville Politics. just ono cent, after anjawful strugnot be settled until the majority of anaunder the mo3t trying circumgle with his advisors, as the Herald candies, tho Irish people declaro their fun stances, with cigarettes, says. Then his o Baldauf and complete satisfaction with the chocolates, soap, towels, bullion raises the anto about $500 on tho cubes, writing materials, hot coffee, settlement proposed (applause). Lewis Johnson, Assisted by Courier- - property and you will pay under Irish Question Will Remain Open tea and chocolate and many other These Knights of Columthe lower tax rate jujst $45.50 or comforts. and Trouble England Un VATICAN PLEASED. Journal, Whitewashes tho nearly $9 more In taxes. Pretty bus Secretaries assisted in succortil Settled Right. wounded, acting as team work, but the taxpayers, and Keystoners. According to a Havas press dis- ing tho stretcher-bearerin many instances especially the Louisville ReaU Es-- i patch from Paris, Monsignor helped to bury the killed and stood ' tato Board, won't applaud. the,' Papal Undor Secretary of by j(&; "T V' 5 camouflage act for a minute. Tho valiantly servlflg K. of C. sup' ENGLAND.' State? who called on President Wil- plies during some bf tho most terPROTESTS FROM kick wouldn't be so bad if the pub-H- e NEGROES;:NOTnBEINGARIU2STED. son last week, said Monday that were getting any erv!co in refighting in wOlch Pershing's his visit was purely privato and rible figured. x - S a. . ; j. f - , J . . turn, but raro inflicted with dirty t that lib was satisfied with tho re- men streets, a Keystone police departThe party was met aft tho New sults of his conversation with the At the most significant gathering President. that Is The Vatican statesman York pier by William R, Larkin, The friends of Prof. Hardin H. ment and a fire department first big wrecked .dally. The of representatives of the Irish race added that ho was going to the Director of K. of C. Overseas Cherry, candidate for the Demo- Delngwo have will William and cratic nomination for Governor, fire act of burning make Nero like ever held In New York, and whose United States for the single purposo Activities, and Supremo F. iTox, of his Romo look Diroct'.V of apparent, the of representing Popo Benedict at tho Indianapolis, a effects are already claim that they have enrolled a a piker turn, as many bird He the JC. of C. and in charge of working majority of , the Demo- firemen wo have now of the know veteran John Devoy, who has given jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons. Knights Columbus war rollet cratic leaders to support their whore the flro plugs are don't and the best efforts of his long life to will sail from Lisbon January 1. work In of Middle West StatesA tho located Ireland's cause, delivered a short Popo Benedict, Monsignor Cerretti At Knights of Columbus favorite and that the rumored pos- If they find them aro not capable of Overseas but unanswerable address, In which added, approves of the principle of Department headquarters tho Secre- - IV sible entries of Gen. Percy Haly coupling a hose. tho League of Nations. The Vatihe said: and others would cut no figure in A resident of tarles were interviewed by At this hour of the night, and can, ho continued, has no precon- New York newspapers and all tho tho contest. Tho announcement of nut relates the Fourth and ChestrepreProf. H. H. Cherry appeals to all tho efficiency of following about after the splendid oratory that you ceived idea as to participation In sentatives of the principal news disregardless of politics and his back- Many automobiles our Keystoners. have listened to, it seems to mo the peace conference or In subse- tributing agencies and auto ers say that his candidacy would have been stolen .from Fourth tires utterly out of place that a man of quent International conferences. It ("Sandy") Chapman, of "v aveC. bring united support to the ticket nue lately and one night recently a. ray position and antecedents should will set forth Its opinions, ho con- Boston,S. who in civilian life is an Intrude on your attention. I am a cluded, If Invited to do so. Mon- in November. On tho other hand was seen served as spokesman for tho Lieut. Gov. Black is making a mantho rear of trying to take a tire survivor of a generation that is fast 6lgnor Cerretti said ho had no actor, and painted a graphic word off the machine. Along passing away; and I want to say mandate to settlo questions which party hustling canvass and his friends comes a Keystoner and stops to picture of their thrilling experiyears of my plead that his nomination that in the would watch the performance. The man ' connection with tho Irish National ences. He described the effective disrupt the Eleventh district, which working said he was having a Knights of iColumbus work In bemore FRANCE. STILL IN movement 1 have never been is known as the Republican bulgetting the tire of our nard Corporal Harry J. Hennessy, for- halfsaying: fighters and concluded wark. Anyway It appears as if the he lefttime key In tho office. off as filled with joy, with hope and with Noth-- 1 "When the two million his contest for the nomination will be Ing daunted, our efficient Keystoner confidence in its ultimate success mer President of Trinity Council by City American soldiers and sailors rebetween Messrs, Cherry and Black. laid down his club and helped the than I have been by this meeting and Secretary of tho Twin turn from the war tho world will Baseball League, writes from Speaking of Percy Haly, the Clm man to get away with it. Get away hero tonight (applause). France, that he is In the best learn, through them, of tho wonclnnatl Enquirer correspondent in- with it is proper, as tho owner of ' Wo have entered on a new era says that he and derful work in their behalf perfers that he may be a candidate and a few In the Irish movement. The speech of health and formed by tho Knights ef at tho same time lets drop the news the machine came along inbecauso delivered to you by His Eminence many of his local friends in the bus. Two million men will Columalways minutes and raised that the General is preparing to the tire was stolen. sandTenth and Cardinal O'Connell I hope will be company feel right at home hearing revere tho Knights of Columbus At take a hand and take charge of Broadway some of the Keystoners sent to every Bishop and every the Angelus every day and finding for their unparalled services ' to priest of the Catholic church, and to plenty of time to hear mass. Cor- - Pershing's and Sims' men." Democratic affairs in tho Fifth were detailed to catch violators That more announcement the whisky shipping act. Two of every dignitary and every minister poral Hennessy enclosed souvenir Chapman went over the list of of utlrred many loyal Democrats in tho ndble sleuths saw a man whom of every Protestant domination in handkerchiefs to his numerous, little Secretaries who arrived with him on nieces and nephews, and sent Christ- tho country (applause); because it Is Ioulsville, who rebel at even tho they thought to relooked suggestion of Haly's domination, standing alongside his suspicious a plea for the freedom of Ireland 'mas greetings to all his Loulsvlllo tho LaLorralno and was ablo or exsuitcase, to the Christian world Donnelly. Paul Bowl late some stirring experience while and it. might be said that Haly with which also looked suspicious to that Is so friends. John periences that all his boasted power was never them. Then one of the sleuths said eloquent, so forcible and, notwith- ing and Theodore Duerr, of this city, serving for the each man had waB a Knights. It ablo to secure a corporal's guard ho detected a wet spot directly standing Its mild language, so In- aro In the same branch of tho serv- tale that paid tribute to American In this city and with no real oppoexorable in Its logic, that it can not ice, which is tho Second Corps of soldiers when they were in tho very the tho Artillery Park Service. sition Haly and his friends could i for a whisky case and after, sniffing fail to make a deep impression. shadow of death and suffering from odor said, "By gum, only muster a few thousand votes We are wounds received while fighting to I'll open It." After a struggle he the hands hero tonight to hold up HONORS ENRIGHT. hero In 1014 for Beckham, sup- did open Wilson In of President it and The name of Von Versen avenue, uphold American tradition of love ported and aided by the entire city white puppies discovered two littla probably the most difficult task that that the traveler was ever a President of the United St. Louis, has been changed to tor liberty. and county administration. And ho and other He told how kids. of Private samo situation applies today. taking home to his suspected Amid States undertook; a more difficult "Enright" in honor that man problem Thomas Enright, of Pittsburgh, the Knights of Columbus Secretaries ' Loyal Democrats here will not stand the guffaws of the twenty-tw- o in hospitals and the big crowd the street car European than any statesman in first American to lose his life in worked for Haly domination. history over undertook police slunk away. 3, Franco, on November 1917. tiours each day for weeks; how Louis Y. Johnson, Secretary to that is, to Induce the Peace Con- Private Enright was a Catholic. d clothing they cut tho big Republican Boss powers Hert, Chairference representing that MESSAGE TO AMERICA. front tho wounded bodies, bathed man of the Board of Safety and have just emerged from the greatest them and then carried them by the former reporter on the history, and for operaHundreds to surgeons Benedict this war in all victory which so flushed is the latest to try and message of XL, Pope, sent with the American They shaved these men, tions. Christmas cheer to the arms enabled them to win, that they hypnotize the Louisville public into people of the helped to bandage their woundB, United States through will probably be little inclined to believing that we have aN real police tho looked after their comfort during department and his table of figures, dinalPapal Secretary of State, Car- listen to a plea for a small and Gasparrl: the many weeks they wero in hosetc., published In the columns of you weak nation like Ireland. pitals, supplied them with all the "I hasten to communicate l, the was a scream. the following message fromto the We don't know that President comforts the Knights of Columbus The other papers published Wilson Intends to bring the Irish the Holy Father: 'Let And then he told could command. same line of "bunk," but none fell and let us turn us do our duties question directly before the con to the whole ference; ho how he and his fellow Knights of l. for It like tho has never said that he Columbus helped bury tho dead. only comfort) Whether intentionally or uninten- (world, living benefitfor .tho just and will. We don't know whether he Every Secretary in the party and for the of a tionally, the latter paper brazenly durable peace, one eminently Chris-- 1 only intends to bring It privately of tho hardships showed evidence publlshlngly all of Johnson's press tlan the prayer representatives before they had endured, some having lost chanted by tho at that the English but wo do know agent screed about our efficient po- fiTUVnla linnn Vio nnAnolnti conference; 4Iin as much as sixty pounds In weight, lice, etc., offering an birth of the Prince of Peace: rf without "Glory that his solemn declaration combut all were happy and content In apology to Its readers. Tho mitted him irrevocably to bringing to God In tho highest and upon the thought that they had disknows, Johnson knows, i eann peace to men the case of all peoples all opcharged, to the best of their ability, ot gooa." ' ' the public knows and the knowledge pressed peoples before that conundertaken i task they had tho Knights as Is world wide that Louisville has a gress. If he leaves Ireland out I of representatives of RETURN TnANKS. Keystone comedy police force, and am afraid ho will "never live long Columbus and through tho Knights, privately admits the administration Tho T.Wtltt Olaifara 4tin Sah. (if enough to llvo it down. tho American public. that we have a lot of "yap" motor-me- n Louisville extend lf Ho will tremendous optheir sincere' position. meet withthere is vociferand conductors masquerading thanks to their many kind friends Already HELLS FOR DEATH. In police uniforms. Some. suggest ana oeneractors for all they have ous protest against some of tho that Johnson's statement of our ef- done toward the support of the good projects, or plans, that ho intends Saturday morning tolling of tho ficient and capable police should bo old people In their charge, who join to bring before that conference fire' bells in Jeffersonville were- tho printed In pamphlet form and pre- with the Sisters in offering their protests coming mainly from Engsignal of the passing away of Willsented to the awful army of people best wishes for a happy New Year land, but on this side of who' have been robbed and as- and continuance of God's abundant the Atlantic by men who ought to iam Shea, a former valiant member saulted during the one year of tho bleeelnge. He had been of the department. be ashamed as Americans to mako 111 a long time from stomach trouKeystone police. The only objection a demonstration before the civilized to this suggestion is that the numble and his death was at tho homo MACKIN SOCIAL DANCE. world that the American people do ber of victims is eo numerous the of a brother, Edward Shea, Illinois not stand united behind the man mystery, but some employe of that avenue. Deceased was forty-tw- o The newly org&alzed Mackin So- that represents the United States at to the conservation of cial Club will give Its initial dance tho Peace Conference, for that is years old. His survivors aro four awful blow paper. Why the Courier-Journbrothers and a sister John Shea, Tuesday eevnlng, January 14, at the purpose of their opposition, conspired with its former reporter the club house, 344 North Twenty-sixt-h of Colorado; Daniel Shea, Edward If we consider the opposition to to bambooile the public Is still a Shea, Thomas Shea and Mise Mar-- , street. ThoJBoetel 'Club offi- his plans for freedom of the seas mystery, but soue employ garet Shea, of Jeffersonville. He SIR AUCKLAND GBDDES. of that cers are P. H. MofrU, President; and for the League of Nations paper w the humor of it, a right John O'Connor, Viae Praglde&t; R. growing in volume every day, acNoted 'English statesman who has was a member of St. Augustine's under Johnson's flowery statement u. mat, Beereutrrn A. T. Kauwi, cording to the caWe dispatches been appointed President ot the church, from where the funeral was there' appeared a little qulb tolling iTiwwurer. how' much stronger will be the op Local Government Board. held. DEMOCRATIC SIGNIFICANT Seventeen Knights of Columbus Overseas Secretaries, captained by C. S. ("Sandy) Chapman, of Boston, returned to New York from France on the LaLorraine last week. These on Secretaries had seen service every battle front In Franco and Belgium and all related many thrilling experiences. Each had been under fire and many had witnessed some of the bloodiest battles of the year. Every man in tho party underwent many severe" hardships while serving our fighters. For months they experienced all tho trials and many of the dangers of soldiers In tho actual fighting lines. They traveled right with Pershlng'3 men, served them while they fought Se-enr- o team-mat- A A Cer-ret- tl, s, y r- - ,i-,'- j-- V -- .W-- J i I fifty-eig- ht Nlxle-vlll- e, I dis-trls- t. . ' i blood-staine- Courier-Journa- l, Courier-Journa- Courier-Journa- I , I I Courier-J- ournal - al . .' I Mr iacissrriJOKrsr xriaixs K&NTUGKY Dned IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. to the Sodtl and Moral Advancement of Irish Americana and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. ! SOGIETY. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Entered at PRINTINQ CO., Incorporated, Publishers Christmas with relatives. of Jeffersonville, Miss Agnes Sheridan has returned spent she from Chicago, where ambjricanf9i9mmfifffimf9B99f9Wmwf4n MOORE &QTIVERS FRWIHF RACINE TIRES ( Exclusive City Sales Agents For Guaranteed 5,000 Allies Every Tire Retreaded By Us "Retreading With 930-93- 2 A Conscience" 2408 E. C. STIVERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLE COPY 5c the LouliVllle Poitofllce to the KENTUCKY at Second. Clit Matter. AMERICAN, 319-32- attrii all Communications IRISH 1 Wet Qraen $3WmFi TOHD Ijsaayjfr LOUISVILLE, KY... SPOKES3LVN FOR WHO? Courier-Journal airs. Joseph P. Volgt and children, aro home from a visit to relatives at Lafayette, Ind. St. Miss Durrett Oglesby, of Pres- tonia, has been spending ithe week with, relatives in wasmngton county, I Miss Sallle Burke has returned from Cloverport, where she was the guest of Mrs. Lawrence A. Cassldy. Mrs. Alary Hays, of Jeffersonville, Is at Indianapolis, spending tho noli days with her sister, Mrs. James B r)c4Mt9 Racine Adjustments TOM MOORE, respectfully submit my candidacy to the peoplo for tho nomination for the Gov ernorship of Kentucky, subject to the action ot the Democratic primary, August 2. 1919. HAVE entered tho race for tho Governorship of Kentucky after stneero and patriotic considera tion. I shall mako a supremo effort to win. and If I win the nomination and am elected, 1 shall employ every prayer and every thought of which my life Is capable to serve faithfully the people of my beloved State and to make them on honest and constructive nubile servant. I shall make the race In tho Interest of a prenter moral, intellectual and industrial Kentucky. I shall submit my SOUTH THIRD STREET South 703-Phones-City Guaranteed 3,500 'Miles JR. m99mmmmww-- .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 stories of Irish heroism on the battlefield were kindling a new flro of sympathy wlth Ireland which is beginning to burn strongly and later will flame up. America is becoming the old America again, with this difference that prldo In American prowess makes tho av- erage citizen Impatient at England's pretensions to rule the seas and to trample on tho rlglhts of other CONCERNING PROPAGANDA. To The People of Kentucky: MOST White, The Louisville and others of the dally press are opposing strenuously the suggestion that tho Government keep control of the railroads for five years. Tho workingman and tho public in general have found Government ownership thus far very satisfactory and the average reader wonders who the Courier-Journand Us kind aro Deonles al Miss Emma Donahue and nephew, Mastor John J. Riley, are spending Alan Vnt Un nt !! fn A rlt1l Troncln ' J. B. Wathen has returned from Syracuse, N. Y., where .he visited his Mr.1"' Co0ney ?' spokesmen for. T" Mrs. Harry Whalen has returned, after a pleasant visit with her sis terr, Airs. William S. Wood, at T' Bloomlngton, Ind. M. J. Walsh, T tho contracting According to the logic of some of - ,, rp.0vrini, rnntdlv from In Ireland tho Sinn ivemers nave tne uovornment investigators ana his recent accident in which, he press It was wrong sustained a broken arm. swept everything before them. It the and tho to sympathize "with. Germany before Is the most remarkable John J. Lynn, well known and victory over re- - our entrance Into war and a breach' prominent member of Mackln Counmost Impressive you sympa- - cil, is spending the holidays nurscorded in tho political history ofof neutrality. But if Tho Irish Parliamentary thlzod with England or aided tho ing an injured finger. lreland. party has been wiped out. Tho re- enlistment campaign carried on here at Oriss Mary ports at hand indlcato that eighty for tho English and Canadian army Sacred Heart, Savage, a student holiis spending tho have been why that was a different matter. Sinn Fein candidates days with' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Savage, 2724 West Chestnut Some of these candidates elected. LICENSES FOR ROOSEVELT. street. arc now in prison cells because thpy wore "reasonably suspected" of beContinuing his tirade against James McGrath and John Dugan, ing more loyal to Ireland than to Wilson, tho administration and our members of tho Students' Training mm:,'z the foreign government that holds part in the war, Roosevelt now say? Corps of Notre Dame, aro home for now out of army them In prison after denying them a that in giving credit for winning tho tho holidays and trial by Jury. One of these prison- war England comes first, France service. ers is Mr. Etchingham, candidate second, United States third, Italy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan At a meeting fourth. This depreciation of his and baby, of St. Louis, have been for 'East Wicklow. of hie constituents at Little Bray on own country's great servico is but spending Christmas week with Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. Malone, Willow November 22 ono of the speakers, on a par with Roosevelt's avenue. Gavan Duffy, made this forecast, can attitude during the wat, and for Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Keebler arwhich was verified at Saturday's which for less others xrero Interned. rive! TVfrtnttnv frim Ucmr Wirlr nn1 election: How the Republican' party mu3t nre snendlmr tho holidays with Mrs. "You may take It from mo that look forward to .his candidacy in Keebler's parents, Col. and Mrs. the Government is not going to re- 1920r which they can't escapel Charies P. Dealer. any of tho lease Etchingham or Miss Mary Virginia Howard has others beforo ChristmaB, because if' Wednesday is a holy day of oblito they did there would bo such jk gation. Start tho New Year off arrived from Oxford College spend the holidays with her parents, wave of enthusiasm that not only well by attending mass and receiv- Mr. and Mrs. Park S. Howard, Thirty-nint- h would the Sinn Felnors win efghty ing the sacraments. street. seats, as they fully expectto do, Sergeant L. Sherley Cuniffe, one but tho whole eighty-five.FATHER FOLEY'S ritAISE. of tho overseas boys, who has been As tho official count of the voto Fort The Very Rqv. William Foley, at the base hospital at treatment, of December 14 will .not be mads Ga undergoing Vicar General, in charge of tho Is home for the holidays. known before today tho extent of tho Sinn Fein victory will not be Catholic army and navy chaplains Lieut. John Creamer and Mr3. disclosed in all 3ls details before In fourteen States from Ohio to Kentucky to Creamer are horo from Chlllicotho Is, however, good Colorado and from that time. Thero Canada, this to say re- and are spending the holidays with leason to believe that the first ac- garding recently had Columbus war Mrs. Creamer's parents, Mr. and Knights of Mrs. John Carey. counts of Sinn Fein success will relief work: remain substantially unchanged. "Catholics would have shamed reMiss Anna E. Cummings All kn6w what use the Sinn faces today because of what they turned from Washington to has remain H. H. Bowling Felner purpose making of their had not done for their boys If the until after New Year with her parKnights of Columbus had not been ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cummings, signqj success at tho polls. They on hand to start things going. In have pledged themselves to tho pol- every camp during the Spanish in-- 1 338 Thomas street, Now Albany. icy of strict abstention from any fluenza epidemic tho work of tho Will Reddlngton, one of our participation in British legislation Catholic chaplains has been such popular East End boys of tho naval that I heard their praises sung on service, Is here enjoying the holienacted in tho British Parliament. every get They did Tholr candidates will assemble in loughs side. leave camp not orderfur- days, and reports that everything is to fine in and Dublin to form a National Council protect themselves, but worked clay Navaland dandy at the Great Lakes Station. or Irish Parliament to take under and night, and the soldiers' and A Anthony J. Harlg, who is a mem consideration the best methods for sailors' families can not say enough of them. Tho ber of the Student Army Training conserving and advancing Ireland's In appreciation Knights of Columbus Secretaries, Camp Sunday interests. The existence of such a too, have shown themselves true and is in Kansas,a arrived furlough holiday spending bo a friends of the boys. I have seen with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. council or parliament will constant reminder to the world that great piles of letters from grateful Frederick Harlg. the Irish nation has neither abated parents, because of. tho work done by Kathryn Misses How accommodating nor abandoned its righteous claims the these men.Secretaries make them- Ethel Torpey went Baldwin and to Frankfort K. of C. to party selves generally is proved by the Tuesday to attend a house way they look up soldiers for rela- given by Misses Alice and Louisa tives who go to camps to visit tho Griffin and are spending the holiIRISH CAUSE. Yanks. I have known them to spend days as their guests. In the last issue of the Gaelic almost an entire day tracing up a boy. of Columbus are Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch American we read that the Irish doing The Knightspossible for negro children, Master John Lynch, and Jr., everything causo has forged ahead on both soldiers, regardless of creed, In tho and little Miss Martha Lynch, of more rapidly various camps where they are sta- Boston, Mass., arrived Monday for sides of the Atlantic and surely during the last fow tioned. There are K. of C. build- a month's stay with Mrs. Lynch'3 Secretaries for mother, Mrs. Blanche Shelley. weeks than at any period in history. ings and colored troop3 at Camps Funston, Hostility to Ireland In the press colored and Taylor." Announcement lias been made of Dodge and in certain official circles in tho "Of the added necessity of war the marriage of Miss Lena Jansen United States Is being submerged welfare work abroad since the and Lieut. Stephen Vandyke, solresurgence of de- fighting ceased," Monslgnor Foley emnized November 23S. at St. Peter's by a strong church in Columbia, C, the Rev. termined race feeling among Irish said, "that It is doubly necessary In Father Fogarty performing tho America, too, for the boys, realizing citizens and by strong manifesta- now that they will not have to face tions of sympathy with Ireland on a cannon, are liable to relax a little. of Private Joseph the part of the mass of tho Ameri- I have told the Knights of Colum- Florence Place, whoE.hasBakor, stabeen people. In both cases this bus Secretaries that their work Is tioned at Seattle, has received his can to Bloomlngton, 111., to assume Slv your boys aa elocution tfcal wll) FJtANKFORT PERSONALS. now more Important than ever." prepare tfea for Ufa. charge of one of the churches there, discharge from tho army and is result is due to tho ending of tho Impression from One got the Among the members of the returning to this city , last July. of tho re- Monsignor (Foley that the Knights home looking halo and hearty and war and the removal to younger set who returned to their Since that time ho has been the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE storio3 straints which tho war imposed. of Columbus have more than suc- with many interesting of St. Boniface. homes In Frankfort for the holiday assistant pastor who had ceeded in tho slogan they set for relate. Politicians and citizens lis w. Broadway, o1t111, Xy. season are Misses Mary Brislan, Funeral services were held Monday themselves in their first drive. They morning, got "cold feet" during the war and are going to bring which a great number Conducted by the Xverla.n Brothers Mr. and Mrs. James Shelley our sons and sons, Reynolds and James, Jr., and Elizabeth Meagher, Jane Marshall of priestsat assisted. Scientific Classical, Buslneai and of wore cowed by tho claptrap which brother3 back ciean, even Courses, Preparatory Department, Largi cleaner Avondale, Ohio, will arrive New and Anita Sowor. Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Oyxnna Misses Minnie CMahler, Lorotta classed all pleas for Ireland's rlgnts tlian we sent them. Their new 426 W. MARKET slum. Terms moderate. to vsilt Mr. Shelley's mother, BASKETBALL. as "disloyalty" to tho United States, ' slogan Is "From the Trenches to a Year'sBlanche Shelley. Mrs. Shelley Lee and Ruth D. Williams visited tiro. lieajamln. 'tr. Mrs. Lousville on a shopping tour on LOUISVILLE. KY. to will This has reference their senses and 3oh." Owing to the Influenza epidemic have recovered Knights of Columbus Employment garet he remembered as Miss Mar Thursday of last week. A complete line of Foraltaro at n, i,Ai,. -- nnr wr,iift Btckel. Miss Mary Foley is homo from and consequent restrictions, tho St. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY prices that aro always tho lowest. Bureaus conducted by their 1,800 Washington to bo with hor parents, Xavier basketball team was delayed who never faltered have now a clear councils in this countiy. Satisfaction guaranteed. Missouri Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mrs. Henry P. Duitz, in getting under way, but Is now J. field and aro getting help that was p avenue, Jeffersonville, has an- the holidays. Miss Anna Foley, for rounding into shape in Its arFoley DIVISION 8. NAZARETH GIRLS GUESTS. refused sthem during tho last two her rived (Monday from the East and dally workouts at tho St. Xavier nounced the engagement of daughter, Mls3 Marie Dultz, to will remain until after New Year's gymnasium. Tho team has one of First and thdrd Fridays, Hibernian years. Misses Cletus Albany. 0 Home, Portland. the most pretentious schedules in The result Is tho holding of the If 1nrli aIta nnrl YTfiv&lHillerlch, Irm'a Clarence Reld, of Newsolemnized day. TTsnm vrrnta Their history. It will tho President John M. Riley. Miss 'Margaret Newman arrived two school's with Oweneboro, play most remarkable series of public ho8ts at a danco g,ven at tho homo at St. marriage will be next Tues games Anthony's church two Vice President Walter Murphy. DR. JOHN Monday home P. BECKER from Louisville, mootings ever held by the Irish In of Miss Horan In Audubon Park in day. Secretary John J. Financial where she had been spending ten with the Boys' High School of this guests, who aro city, and a pair with New Albany Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. America to demand tho right off honor of their days with her brother, William C. OPTOMETRIST, ittrtsi.u nraue, and Jeffersonville each. Manager .for Trolnnd and B.ruuuuiwf Recording Secretary Joan A L. V. Pottlnger, who has many Newman. Besides the hosts those at the friends here, was a week-en- d that the opening visMrs. Edward Meagher and sister, Abell announcesplayed January 10, Martin. the presentation of Ireland's caso dance were; Misses Mary Patricia SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES game will be Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. by President Wilson at the Peace Durbin, Nan Sadler, Marjorle Spen- itor in the city while en route to Mrs. Mlko Meagher, left last week and will bo In the following order: Sergeant-at-AraMartin his home at Owensboro to spend Twenty Years' Experieuce. Tho big meetings were cer, Agnes Thomas, Lydla Samuels, the holidays with his parents. For for Washington and are with their Shepherdsvllle at St. Xavlor's. Conference. Prices Reasonable. brother, John B. Weltzel. They Madge Turner, Elizabeth JefforsonvilIe at St. Xavlor's. local gather Ann Sentinel Thomas Noon. precoded by numerous O'Bryne, Martha Prince and Mar- some months past he has been at- were called to the national capital New Albany at SL Xalvor's. 315 Starlca BniMiDjJ. Third Floor tending the ings at which It was made manifest garet Brown: A. Messrs. J at Kentucky Army Training School on account of the critical illness of Jofforsonvllle at Jeffersonville. Fern-tand Walaat. University at Dan Meagher, son of Mrs. Edward that tho tide of American public Schllnger, P. S. Dant, L. A. Shepherdsvllle at Shopherdsvlllo. DIVISION 4. Phone City 1180. Meagher, who was then suffering P. Mlllett, L. At Duane, R. strongly in opinion was turning Baptist Seminary at St. Xavler's. Meets second) and fourth Mondays. from pneumonia. E. Mahoney, Owensboro at St. Xavlor's. favor of Ireland and that our own Roul, Sulick and P. T. P. Richaid. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. KECEIVE SAD TIDINGS. S. Ricker, and E. J. Boys High School at Boys' High people were aroused as they had Lieuts. P. Mewere, J. Cathcart, J. President John J. Barry. Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces GOOD riUKST DEAD. School Vice President Mark J. Ryan. While awaiting, Christmas tidings Hot been for a generation. The Tate, E. L. West and J, P.'Byrne. Lexington: at St. Xavler's. Lawreo.ee Recording Secretary from their son, William Fromme, organs took pracThe Rev. Outdo Stallo, assistant Boys' High School at St. Xavler's. Tor the next three weeks we are D. Me any. who recently arrived In New York, naafnr of St. Ttnnlfarn nnrl n nrlfeat going ITARAOAN BOYS HOJIE. New Albany at New Albany. of at tically no notice of these meetings, J, liberal to offer aU Thisour laces genu-ln- a Financial Secretary Thomas after seeing service In France, Mr. "for forty years, passed peacefully to Henderson at Henderson. discount. offer U Langan, 734 West Oak street. ket honest reports might injure Ray and Louis Haragan, of and Mrs, Joseph Fromme received , his heavenly reward on Friday even-- a Owensboro at Owensboro. pay our and It will Treasurer John F. Burke. ally England'1 la th,e smallest Dumesnll street, came home for the telegram announcing hla death at jng of last week at St. Anthony's customers to write us at once while Sergeant-at-ArnBernard degree. But thousands of letters holidays, Ray to stay home, having l'einam nay, im. x. fromme was Hoapltai. Father. Stallo was cnniSTaiAs grektings. our stock la complete. years old and enlisted three yeara eld and foupded St 'from sons, brother and friends In been discharged from the naval Sentinel M. J. McDermott postal carde were re- in the navy about a year ago. He Anthony's ehureh In Kansas City Numerous coast guard been the Aroera army la Frie were stationed near1 ervie, having while was a member of at. Peter's shortly f ter he wan ordained. celved this week from Brest, France, New York, rapidly UBdefak tiw work 'of the Louis Is only here oa with hie parents lowing bit Mrvk at Kaneas Olty bringing greetings from Oapt. John Louisville. They were "TO all the Rogers Church Goods Co. and resided furlough was tpuMrfwred to Ciaelanatt, M. Tullv. Secretary with the K. of folks at home In the good 'old IT. feiUy ftaaaewl Seglteh vropgaa and will rttura today to the Great at 1904 Colgan street. He is sar-.h- e 12 S. FOURTH AVE. ' He next west C, oreiseas forces, to his friends la S. A." vived by two brothers asa a sitter, theaoe te LowurTllIe. Inland, sad the publteUM Lakes Naval fttAttoa. v SINN FEIN WINS. pro-Engli- sh I ri- " "' I I I guarding his rights and promoting his welfare. DO not believe that public life is so much in neod of geniuses as It Is In need of honest capable men who are patriots. I doubt whether It Is In need of a larger Intelligence so much as it is In need of a larger Integrity. am elected Governor I shall use Jf I my Influence and appointive power to nave capable and honest citizens In ble diseases and assist them in hav- public office. ing healthy bodies In which tholr is wrong in our minds can wortc. Conserving the vi- SOMETHING when thousands of tality and health of the people convoters treat election day. tho tributes to their happiness and ecointr. voice of the people and tho hope of nomic productivity NIVEHSAL progress begins and freedom, with Indifference. Wo need first duty of the State and election day. one ends with the soil. Improved a reconstructed first necessity is to provide that will challenge tho patriotism agriculture Is a fundamental any citizen who falls to respond of for training which will guaran to tee the intelligence and promote tho proposition and one of monumental the call of the patriotic ballot. We must not forget that there Is a battle importance to every citizen of the lino In tho ballot well as State. The growth and progress of tho battlefield, andbox astho peril on that of our State depend largely upon tho democracy conies from within and success of the farmer, tho most Im- not from without. I am for the enportant citizen In the land I bellevo '?& In every sane and democratic effort actment and tho enforcement of laws fhut will tho fostered in tho interest of rural up- ballot and the Integrity purity of the of elections. lift and in disseminating agricultural It is not unbecoming for Information among the masses. Kentucky needs more fields of alfalfa. 1JIOPE say that I have been so more agricultural limestone and less busily engaged nil my life In edu political brimstone. cational work and In promoting pub 5& "Jv--ysv "' a r greater Kentucky and tho lic organizations for tho public benKJftT''! ? . domocracy must bo ac- efit that I have not had the time to complished by perfecting the do very much for myself 'n a finan , 4JW ''., A kS A ?;XSW.'V'-i.Vrf' S'-jv-' IK. Having little money with .V,v.: 0?: ' is 'flWV.'A.J.M tax and tho road laws, corrsctlng cial way. make which to this campaign reneverv wrong that may exist and by ders the experience hard nnd the organizing the rinances of the State task difficult. On account of my upon a sound, equitable and just financial condition I shall be forced basis. I stand for efficiency in all to depend largely upon the personal ol the departments of State govern- Influence and Initiative of my friends. ment and for economy In their man- It Is my dcMro and hopo that the agement. Every dollar paid by tho new Kentucky shall develop an peoplo Into tho treasury of the Com- aroused public sentiment with remonwealth shall procure Us full gard to elections which will make it worth In honest service, and every impossible for a candidate for public leak In the treasury shall be stopped ( ffcc to spend great sums of money to the end that taxes may bo les- in procuring his election One of sened and tho expense of public busi- tho perils of democracy comes from ness reduced so far as may be com- political campaign funds freuuently patible with the welfare of the secured from questionable sources. State. OflN In humble surroundings WELCOME with enthusiasm .he nmor.g the sand hills of Kengood roads sentiment that pretucky, trained In every hard vails throughout tho State. It is ship known the experience or a impossible to estimate its meaning to poor boy. in and having earnestly twenty-si- x years with tho the moral and industrial development worked for common peoplq for tho educaof Kentucky. 1 have always been an great of girls, their earnest advocate of good roads and I tion turning boys andrequest nnd never for down a shall have special Interest In doing assistance I could grant, I feel all I can In promoting tho building hat I havethat vision of tho needs of a and maintaining of good roads in thn tolling masses and that I am every section or the State. prepared to give ovey human being BELIEVE in local. Stato and Na- n Just deal. Not only have my own tional prohibition; In temperance, life and my contact with the masses tho needs or enabled me to in law and order, and In tho rigid the people, but knowresponsible pothe enforcement of the law. I have never sition which I have held as the head the past cast a ballot for the open saloon. of a great Institution for mo a wide venrs has given A saloonless Ken.ucky would, In my twenty-il- x field nnd opinion, promote In a big way social experience In the cxecutlvo and economic efficiency I shall vote a knowledge of those problems that nter Ir.to and work for the adoption of the Kentucky. tho making of 'a greater prohibition amendment desires to tho people of Kentucky, Integrity of its. citizens. It will take State-wld- o citizens to make a submitted by tho General Assembly and under no circumstances will I Ir.terest In a greater Ken-tucl- .y democracy, and It will take a of Kentucky and which Is now pendto a candldato of any political fachas prompted mo to n ing beforo tho pcaple. If elected system of education, tion. enter this race, and I desire Governor. If elected Governor. I shall use teaching from theofprimary grade to influence I shall use every proper university, trainevery proper Influence within my" the highest form within my power to make at this time to emphasize that I have power to eee that publics business ss ing exploited to the highest degree of temperance effective through the en- no political ambitions beyond being Governor, and shall not in the honestly, wisely and economically social and industrial efficiency, to actment nnd iinforcemont of law. n political citizens. transacted out In the great demo- ninko BELIEVE tho next General As- office.be a candidate for anyshall deopen, where all of the people If I am elected I cratic nOUT 7r nor "ent. of tho chll- sembly should submit to tho vot- vote eveiy thought and energy of will have an opportunity to seo and ren of the State live in tho ers of tho Stato for adoption nn my Hie to my oniclai duty. to know what is going on. If elected, thero will bo no machine ferryboat rural sections, and most of amendment to the Constitution of F elected Governor I shall use for tho transportation of Incompetent them are deprived of tho education- Kentucky giving women full suffrage. every Influence of which I am men from office to office on the al advantages enjoyed by the chil- If elected Governor I shall recomcapable to develop a State spirit promise to pay political ferriage and city. Tho development of mend the submission of such an that will encourage capital to Invest be an impersonal It, a common tool dren of the and If in, tho hands ot a coterie of political our State depends more than any- amendment,work for submitted, I shallI with us. giving it and the people a Its adoption. thing else upon the training of tho voto and square deal; a State spirit thut will manipulators. take this position because I believe enable the people to understand that rural children, most of whom will It Is fundamentally just nnd in tho they aro "members one of another," democracy th-- i protillers of tho soil and makers and that their interest Is a common tector of cvory home and tho of homes, the basis of all wealth nnd Interest of social and Industrial progress. I want to emphasize that Interest: a Stato spirit that will have champion of social and Industrial any man enough nre the biggest social and BELIEVE the chirl table and iifVtn ii'miT, r to consume iHfillo eT rt ; freedom has won tho greyest vic- question before the peoplo economic tn Alti i t of the penal Institutions of the State frp y tory for human rights known in the Commonwealth POifi OP atand in thn wav of Is tho educashould bo free from all political democratic pi ogress, and a state history of civilization. This is a now tion of tho children who livo in the that will proclaim to the world rural To the end resurrection day lighting up a now cation sections. improved, I that edu- Influences and under nonpartisan spiritKentucky Is a land of optimism, shall bo advocate management. These institutions that world. It is a reconstruction day Improved courses of study, better chould be modernized, humanized, of opportunity, of law and order. calling on every man to do his duty. schoolhouscs, bettor qualified and and democratized. SHALL In my opening address :Tho people are witnessing the quick-jenln- g better paid teachers and the paymake a full statement of my pospirit of a larger democracy, ment of the teachers.' salaries on tho BELIEVE vory much In a nonsition on other vital questions iwhich. llko the first faint beams of day they are due. partisan judiciary. I stand for will come before the people of jtho morning light. Is beginning to every man and any just and efficient legislation that Commonwealth. BELII3VK that tho tho earth with tho radiance needed reform. woman In the Commonwealth that will tecure this of a new daybreak. A larger Amcrl- Most respectfully yours, 'Ca will Intprnrct Intn doorta ih l.lonta should who FAVOR every Just effort to be our noblo boys who gave their have an cannot read and write to do of opportunity to learn made In the Interest of the labor(lives for home and country. The so and to en)oy the blessings that UTllHfllon of floinniTftry in to put right ing man. and If I am elected being able to Intorpret Bowling Green, Ky. wrong, freedom nbove slavery. come from Kentucky febove thought. have Governor I shall be active In safe- must i i education above a bank account, ideals above bullets, justice above force, honest politics ahovo depraved politics and public service above public Jobs. This is what wo have been (lfrhtlnfr for. We will not bo loyal to the leadership ot our great President: wo will not be true to tho memory of our noble men who savo their lives for the Ideals of freedom: wo will not treat with honor tho high purposes of the four million Americans who responded to tho call of their country: we will not sanctify the glorious efforts of our nation to defend human rlnhts. If we fall to vindicate in thought and In conduct, in private and in public life, the Ideals for which we have been flcht- - enough educational fire and funda mental Americanism to see to It that every adult Illiterate has a chanco to learn to read and write and that not another illiterate Is grown ,ln Kentucky. War has demonstrated the wasto and the tragody of Illiteracy. T Is a high duty of the Commonwealth to disseminate health information among the masses, to build up a good health sentiment, to protect the peoplo against preventa I I THE U' jjOmKBmsh. Jmmmwmm msmmpuHK w prc-scrv-o m$$mm$8zu .n k'5 mmm J-- THE I ?' 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Our Motto: "Service, I""..' pummin mumn '''.n"?"1' '" ' " ' j' !""'' ' '" '" A" RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'd 741S PEOPLE'S PBOVXDSITX A880OZASZ03T Incorporated n Wm Organized by CKtzMU Well-know- Dob Phono 2550 Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. DENTI5T 1 STARKS BUILDING. East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- to Maka 2 Si-o- UnderlxiU St. Geo. Dearborn s Manager AKS On rurnltur and Othar Perional Property at SOWXST RATES COLEMAN BUILDING S. COR. THIRD AND JEFFBRSON Both Phones 2886 X, O a Home Phono City 7638 Highland 1033 JOS. V. SPANINGER GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. Attention and Quality." Homo Phone Shawnee 805 "EREVA." The Smoke Op Thi, Hour. SAM L. ROBERTSOIS HUNGER'S CHILE CAFETERIA 458 South Fifth Street FOR GEO. 781-73- 'fif. 'I'd .1 LADIES AND GENTLEMEN MA- - 1 370 Baxter Avcnao G08S CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOB4 Tin Roots Ecpalred and Painted St. 1315 S. Twenty-slxt- h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phono Shawnee S68 2011 henry" F. SANTA'S PRESENT TO THE WORLD FOR 1918. 1403 Seventh Street 8 East Main Street Choice Staplo and Fancy GROAutomobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, Flno Teas and Coffees, chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. City Home To. Homo Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1E58-Y. BRECTENSTEIN CHINE CO. henry scnun JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. SEE POOLEY FOB MONEY. IIOAD3 SPOT CANTEEN Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 SINN FEINERS SCORE. BY THE FRANCHISE IS NOT InTim AMOUNT OF GAS REQUIRED Headquarters for Loans to those having regular CHARLES BALL.AIAD3R GAS IN COLD SUFFICIENT TO MEET THE DEMAND FOR comes or salary, with no publicity CITY AND FARM PROPERTY FOR Tho Sinn Fein scored a marked GENERAL MERCHANDISE or red tape. Loans to housekeepers AVEATHER. SOLDIERS 230 East Market Stroot victory by the election of Prof. See us about anything In real on their personal security. John McNeill, of Dublin University, Between Brook and Floyd Soft Drinks, Candles, Cigars, estate We sell, buy and rent. Is the amount of natural gas re actions which are, simply Intended as tho university representative in F. K. POOLEY, The Right Place for PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. quired by the franchise of tho to enforce the franchise. No reme- Parliament. Ho received twice as Tobacco. Building, SEWERAGE, Jon Work A Specialty Right Prices. Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone City 4464. Louisville Gas and Electric Com- dies will prove effective unless they many votes as Prof. Conway, the 415 8. Fourth Street. pany sufficient to meet all the aro much broader than this. Nationalist candidate. Prof. McThis raises the question as to Neill, although he took no part in demands for gas in Louisville dur THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. ing cold weather? A correct under what has (been done to obtain more tho Irish rebellion of 1916, was WM. P. BANNON T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY gas. The city has done something Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. standing of this question is of speand sentenced to In this Through Incorporated. BUILDER cial Importance at this time. With- ceedlnga line. endeavoring legal pro penal servitude for his association Everything for tho Soldlera CONTRACTING PLASTERER to compel with th 3inn it is out it, it is not possible to deal He Cigars, Restaurant a,Lmu(?J intelligently with the existing gas "I! ? released later through Govern-Brook and Bloom 2431 MONTG03D3RY STREET SOUOT WENZEL ST. gas as tho franchise calls mcn amnettv FIRST CLASS SERVICE situation In this city, City 8380 Cumb. S. 153-Both Phones 4202 Home Phone Shawneo 1010 B. 0102-The amount of gas required by "to uicruiwu, bna omit i.hv nwof 4203 JESUIT PRIEST PASSES. the franchise Is Indicated by the different provisions therein. It pro- Both Phones 2406 In nolnt But this Is Entirely Friends of Rev. Joseph Grimmels-mavides among other things that the m Home City 2803 "SOUTHERN STAB" shortage is FRANK A. OHLMANN 0 0. S. J., sixty-tw- o years old, one gas company ahould build a pipe thattho demand REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY line from Louisville to the most SLICED BACOM the Adolph ItetitUBger ls much greator tnnn tho of the best known Jesuits In for 8 000 East Franklin Street available natural gas field In want8 United States, learned Saturday "All Ready tor Your Gridille 1h the FRED HORNUNG, JR. V rglnla that is strong enoughWest Bupp,ygas Tho publIc slmply jq tho his death in St. Louis, following of INSURANCE to more a GROCERIES AND n be found Morning" than FRESH MEATS TORNADO, LIABILITY AND AND GAS FTPIINa withstand a pressure of 350 pounds gaa flejds. A gas shortage that ls paralytic stroke. Father Grlmmels-ma- n PLUMBING HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE received his philosophical and PLATE GLASS to tho square Inch, and that has a due to such causes can not bo cured Cumb. Main 967-712 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. capacity of 12,000,000 cubic feet by lawsuits. 123 SOUTH THIRD STRKKT In spite of lawsuits theological training at Woodstock, Louisville, Ky. per day. The company built a pipe u win remain with us until the Md., whero later ho was a member Incorporated line, as required, that was even tupply of gas becomes as great as of tho faculty for a number of Phono City 4131 ENGRAVERS stronger and larger than this. From tho demand. This hannv condition. years. Ho was rector of St. Louis J. E. SCHWARTZ these and other provisions in the however, can never come about as, University for a number of years. DEAD ANIMALS BERNARD FENZ SOBLIOH ENGRAVING OOMPAHT Highland Pork, Ky. iruncnise u appears that the gas long as gas is cheaper than other. ftnd also was Provincial of tho FOR YOUR GROCERIES HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID conmany Is renuired EVBRY- to fuels, and as lontr as the yield of Missouri province, which embraces ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS furnish GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS 12,000,000 cubic feet of natural gas gas in ihe gas Held is gradually dl- - Cincinnati and tho greator part of xmm TilS MARKET AFFORDS ELEOTROTYPERS iTomptncss and Satisfaction Call Homo Phone City 721'; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED per day when this much gas is minishing. Even if as much gas as the Middle West. When acting as Cumb. Phono Main 721. W. Mala St., 885 Louisville, Ky, tho franchise calls for could be had rector of tho House of Studies, needed. 441 East St. Catherine Home Phono Parkway 350 How do the franchise require- - this would not remedy the gas sltua- - New York, Home Phone City 5674 Father Grimmelsman Cumb. Phone South 2255-LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. ments for gas compare with tho tlon. For as pointed out aibove there was sent to Rome on a special mis- actual demand for gas in this city? aro times in tne coldest weatner sion. He suffered a slight paralytic Home Phone City 2845 SOUTH LOmSVELLE OAVIFGS In the earlier years the supply of when the demand for gas is not far stroKe when in Italy, and after a WUEST BROS. ,When In Louisville Store Your Car ' AND DEPOSIT BANK pas was many times as great as the from twice as great as tho amount protracted Illness returned to St. at the RATH'S CAFE demand for it. The demand for caed for In tho franchise. In view Louis. He is survived by ono 6 WEST HILL STREET Fourth and Central Avcbbo gas, however, has increased very of these facts we are unable to look brother. KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE Three Per Cent. Paid on SartoRS AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor Specialties, Gea rapidly. Eearly 1n 1917 it had ov- - llnon th,s lPart of tho course of tho Manufacturers of Deposits. A General Banking Busi 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main ertaken the supply and since then c,ty, as ln any. ruo f.e,nse constructive NEW ALBANY. eral Machine and Model Work 421 East Jefferson Street ness Transacted. lln.e w,t.h Public Interest. has kept on Increasing more Steel Stamping Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing "T tuiu- - ' WMnn rin.ltTi r.amo tn .Tnminfc . 6"""cu i ldlv than flVflr.. Th. fiimnlv nf a w w. and Polishing a Specialty. ."" ....J.J..,, w. too' ...il..-l- i Home Phone, City 6648 '" Zimmerman " Saturday wUVft.u on also increased slightly until in -- ", morning City 3481. Home, 4iJ. 1917, when tho wells began to give "-" 5i".rr7-'KrJni- ZJa New Aloany lost another of Its old- - ) M. I. BANNON, PritMtnt and Mtiu(tr. BEUTEL & FREDERICK P. MMN3H, JR., Vki Tnu ti Tntt. AND OniO AND MISSISSB7PI until Virginia fields nnajMfaeiyot largely KENTUCKY RIVER LINE FLORISTS was undeveloped. Thisaetto'sronUhG Dart have also continued to weaken since , .. engaged In a successful bakery and - ,.. t Design Flowers for All Occasions. confectionery business on Main J. S. JONES. Agent tara out t0 bo imporUntJThe Work a Specialty. tn 0' dltlonal supply for street. Ho was a member of St. Mary's church and SL Mary's Fourth and River, Lonlsville 1 South Brook Street Sewer and Calrert Pipe, .i.V rrf u, :::. . ,:.- - some yeara to cpmosilllKy. to oa. Branch, Catholic Knights of Amor-ic1U' Eet the falling off ln!tha PPjy from ,u i lvr. '9214; City 416 Xnn V Home, City 322; Cumb.. S. 222-Baaaoa's Patent Lidded Piae for Steam Coadaits, Phones: Main of which he was Treasurer; CUU1CJ the other f lelds, Icei, Ferjihorter .Wall CopinDrala Tilt, Vitrified Brick, day if had there been a demand Pr periods it may evenJralwSthe exlst-I- t. New Albany Council, Knights of for But except for a few days In inir Ipvai" of tho can Aiiw' fnr thi uoiumbus; Unity Couucll, Y. M. I.; . Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BricU Fire "'irriWVj;-- " e 1917, the demand was very mucn city, society the and Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimaey Tops. less xnan mis. up to 1914 the do- The gas company has' dbae" much New Albany Lodge of Elks. He Is Thai tire ar all flrrt raTUit4 mand had not exceeded 4,500,000 10x8 Thermold PL CI f l.tO toward obtaining additioftal gas. As' survived by two sons, Joseph Zim- OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. J.JB took, wIUi nam and aerial number at 30x3 Thermold Ws. CL cubic feet per day even In cold soon as it became appaMat? that the 'merman, of New Albany, and Rlch- 10.S tached. 10x8 H Thermold PI. CI. 82x3U Thermold PI. 8a. 1JJI at Wo solicit a call to laipeot our stock weamer, wjiiio m me summer it demand ror gas woumaV'fvccoea ai a mimormann, wno is in the PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07. 11.11 12x8 ft Thermold Ms. Si botli stores. was only about half as much. At the supply it began X9Fdaevery-- 1 service in France, and three daugh- WORKS-Thirtee- nth nad Brecktaridge and Ninth and Magnolia. Z PHONES Mate Office present tho summer demand for gas thing In Its power to gas ters, Mrs. Edward Raverty, Mrs. J. Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, 460 S. PITCH ST. can not safely be placed at less shortage. To this end(ItTcmod the Claude Bird and Miss Lima Zlmmer- Main 1089 Retail Branch Incorporated than 5,500,000 cubic feet per day, producing company toktesd Its mann, of New Albany. The funeral t6S S. THIRD 8T. while the average daily winter de- - gas fields, to drill morSjfcwelte,. to ,sei vices were held Monday morning mand Is fully twice as great. This put In compressors wHiMJM-jyUieat St. Mary's church, and wore average dally winter demand In vvouia increase xne outiWMtstgas, largely attended - ana to connect tnc mM."snirom turn is much lower than the maxlwith mum winter demand on the colder which gas was then obtal)! MORE ABOUT DEBT. days. It Is in fact only about half othor sas fields in such"'j(Wy as t0 incieaso the supply for htaMdty. as heavy. An Ameilcan citizen, writing to For the maximum daily mOOWOHAIHD demand in zero weather is upward In add tion to this It lease'e8lve tho Chicago Tribune, hands out SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRP AND MAIN. f,oldB ,f Its own and drllMrwaUa some facts that many overlook conKENTUCKY LiODISVILLiK of 20,000.000 cubic feet, or not far ?,as hopo s cerning England's claim that Undo from twice as great as tho require- - thereon. In tho LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. Hundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's n;,or( sas 't carefully iavNttoftfed Sam owes her a debt. He says: ments for gas in tho franchise. , The consumption of gas thus va- - nU nw discoveries of "It might be well to remember worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings ioe worin looKin wo. ,ih that while England carried a large deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. rles with the temperature. It ls I'eareu 10 increase its supply many times as creat In cold as In order to rn xi .jli. , e England and France, England .i rt ,Inn AITAiud M C ' percentage of American soldiers to in inlil tif hi INSURE "WITH THE warm weather. The proportion of 'AiNcif to You u the Nearest Phee" PrIcea for sl'Ch 'JL. than PERFECT FITTING Mli handed Undo Sam her bill for $50 in ,nde bv "0.J?.cn.Bune(1..tnat Life - ,cls other distributee coniMiiM '! punuem 01 ino temperature now exfor every soldier that she transn.rt of tho countrv eeeds 5.500,000 cubic feet per day. ported across the ocean on English SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES .u UNERAL FLOWERS ! VBatf.htfifl rt J li D"" It. n Ak .. ' ships. These tiansports In turn eratur;ians. 'This increase in the ? 'were convoyed by American battlethWnch8t ships on their trip across the ocean. demand amounts to over 200,000 fomgi MkS'to e2 A Special Spray $3.00 A mutual company. All dividends go cubic feet for each degree of fall You state that manent it immediately set OMt tp protected by our coast cities were to In the temperature below 72 do- - develop such remedies as It biiteYwl the English navy. Let A Special Wreath $5,09 Good agency openings for men of grees Fahrenheit. On this basis to be, best for thls city. H .8lljcr jno In turn say that It was tho Eng ability. tho consumtplon of gas amounts &ested that In cold weather the eon- - lish coast and channel that were to about 11,000,000 cubic feet per sumption of gas by the American navy. HENRY BREITBART, import clay when tho weather is not much purposes, such as for less on a heating 40S Republic Building, l&m Whlch navy do you suppose perbelow freezing. When the tempera- - Bcae, should bo so limited Louisville, Ky. .tht' formedI the most hazardous work? ture falls to zero or below tho dally there would bo enough gas therefore believe that the r 'all Aid Oculists' Prescriptions. ,f ga,8 lB upward of tj,e more Important purposes. "1 S vni?umJ? Pn la' aly English holiday which wo as VI noWBfcfMQt I 1IANGS OVER HIGn ATTAR. 20.000,000 cubic feet. order that this limitation upon "m true Americans should celebrate in- SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY EfX3 taJrthMrritttLaifoftrj in me winter or iai7-1- 8 Hits country is our grand and glorltlie de- he Tho late Cardinal Farley's scarlet mand for tras on the coldest rlavs for heatlnc mlehtrimranlared at r.tm in"J? Vntirth nf Tnlv " nnl,.ihu .(,". v n ni l.ini.n .. nrCOBFOHATED ,1. ..., .. . .. i ii-i-i i. ' poseo mat uie s;as company snmum .txzzi We telegraph Flowers Everywhere e'r .uuuuu, wv...v.. ..u,.b w ' Fourth and Chestnut. as the "" 12,000,000 ""cubic feet continue to do its best to obtain ftti IltlSHOP APPROVED APPEAL. without ceremony Jn the great dome.uiuch over the high altar In St. Patrick's E,e,i lajr re1ulred "' the franchise. much natural gas as possible. vaaJ: ALLOTMENTS. DELAYED Mehop John J. O'Connor, of New- gas snoum inai- ine Cathedral, on Fifth avenue, jn ac- - ," X, "T hoito .the scarcity and high prices of mixed with"airai r thus expressed his approval of rordanp. with th n.in moderate quantities Complaint against official manufactured gas. tltalRed Cross Christmas roll call: often finds itself confronted delay ;!!rc??l""-1.,;ain- g Roman Catholic church. The hat ino urso tnus suggested oy $ WSHA citizen of the United States answer, "Tho Government ls by tho , of a Cardinal is never worn. It Is iu" lTl,l".iu" company appears strugto us 10 De w. aJtlaffer no valid excuse for failure "'" ulu " "" " nw uouwuu " displayed at tho head of tho body X... 10c In tkk1 taMearolI himself in the American gling under a mass of clerical iui Bua oest mat couia De taKen after death, and the rules then pro- was not peculiar to tnis city alone, Iew wo NJ are also supported by tbaaiaXCross Society. An organization work." But tho eoldlers whoso alvide that It shall hang for all time but was general throughout theso who have carefully investigated ono great principle is human- - lotments have been delayed to tho In the Cardinal's church. The hat parts NORTON BUILDING of the country. As these In- situation. It is the course which; UvliMW the right to call all men to point of distraction of their depend5c A. has thirty long tassels, fifteen on creases In the demand for gas wore after full investigation, was reVlwiaamdard. Tho Red Cross appeals ents struggled against something V. W.Cmer Fearth and Jefferson i oach side, arranged In progressive also accompanied by decreases in emmended by the Louisville BoariTlsW. common human in us. It more serious than clerical work. rows of ope, two, three, four and sym returned to soldiers United States Fu4faSJa, Best Cigars Made five. In order to preserve its shape tho supply a general gas shortage of Trade, the and by InYestlgatorajiSMrgandgiving fine words, like some Many life severalhave ahead of tho was Inevitable. This shortage laps Is Administration civil pity and mercy, It was wired through and through. also likely to become permanent. Government' MMMaal value. The world has allotments that were to have made The hat is suspended by a little While the end of the war will connected with other "$ajfta'ia. long time for an organiza up, in some degree, for the debutton in the center of tho crown, probably cause temporary reductions Bureaus. The success of the cas comnanv. tfcMkfwfcloh could clve to vague feel ficiency in earning power occasioned with tho tassels falling over each In the demand for gas, theso reduc- depends very largely upon thej teofSiliympathy wide, practical Thus tho subby their absence. JOHN B. RATTERMAN side in their proper proportions. tions aro not likely to bo largo of gas it can sell at payingTillsiMMB. The American Red Cros3 limity of $15 a month approaches enough to offset the increase In this prices. Natural gas is much cheap&t'lMAHatflevery requirement of a the ridiculous of nothing at all. demand that would otherwise have and better than manufactured gas SARTO CLUB'S ELECTION. humanitarian association. Families of soldiers pinned some FUNERAL DIRECTOR existed, as well as tho gradual de- and can be sold in much only universally admitted faith in the promised allotments larger Miss Mary Kelly, West Spring pletion of the gas fields. quantities. It ls also much easier to It limits its operations much 2114 WEST MARKET STREET street, New Albany, was hostess to It ls quite obvious from what has to get paying prices for natural VwUHKisflBi Icular class. It sides with .Certainly as of tho punctuality ls in Government be expected been said that the amount gas than for manufactured gas. All this It asks of Its memhers helping tho dependents of soldiers PhoDes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland the Sarto Club at Its annual meet- required by the franchise ls of much is well understood. To assume In ings that they have pity as the Government expects of those ing last week. Those present were West 1107a. Mesdames Alderson G. Moore, S. smaller than' tho amount of gas the face of this, as many seem to & wnerever round ana sollders, particularly when It is tho required Dy mis city in cold weather do, that the gas company would have tho will to reliovo soldiers' money. Soldiers wound Tho appeal of the Red ffanfcl86j;equlromentl for 4ga! rather furnish manufactured than James Russell, James Cox: Misses their personal affairs and an increased memhorship up war. It is hardly unjust towent natural gas and that for this roason Mary Russell, Jgft Agatha Schaeffer. asK !reST. Instantly heeded. The to it ls not doing Its best to obtain Mary lEgan and Gonovlevo Vera a. ?"" Heeu speed up its kcrewfcTMd Mntmal HHc SelwliHway TmM T' , os much natural gas as could he iHMr'Mi falls to heed this call tho War Department to Officers for next year were elected .2 ga?, f" to nlacee himself outside the pale. He end of the bargain. Funeral Directors as follows: Mrs. James L. Russell, When .. .....u "i.iun Uu uusicra. had ls contrarygas common sense. Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy tho weather gets colder than company desires docs not feel with his native land. When tho President; Mrs. James Cox, Vice this, or when It approaches RESOURCEFUL. Chirepediat the zero to make some use of Its manufac- He ls not ono with his kind. Here President; Miss Mary Russell, Sec- point, the amount of gas called Newedd Did you sew tho button Embalmers. for turing plants in cold weather it is Is our opportunity to Join, in a work S07 retary. A paper on "Pioneer Days In the franchise falls my aaaakafln; and its on TUVa overcoat, love? itnrline: I for bo other reason than which was read by Mrs. meting the demand. far short of certainly It cam net obtain enough teachinggives tp religion Place your In Indiana" 'Nownrtil Vn. Siarka present value. From theae because 4B10 Balliiag Gardner and one on "Archbishop facte it is alo clar that tho ru natural gae te reader good service. names on the rolls of the American couldn't find the 'button, so I Just gpauldlBg'' by Miss Kelly. shortage can not he remedied byj sewed up tne Duuonaoie. lath Fkujt: dvertiaement. Red Cross." al ARTHUR A. WILL court-martial- ed vr, 508-51- 0 Y $LPl8W!l otLact i.. A n, RXUTLIKOXB FIRE A Y 934-93- - ..i J"aJ- "u m """V.. . -- f " i.- 1220-128- A i; o-- ,'; rlru,ur o:r A"1"1" "l7:1! frohterce ad-,J- Z P. BANNON PIPE CO. a, FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. -- -- ..- I Alsace-Lorrain- l 373-178- a f OI,B AK URS JBI I YBRS aeseese8gaet) vH40 SWISS policy-holders. I mWHtf8tattniiwtmtitMHi Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS ; J nHg gastJt -- - I Lafayette Insurance Company -- t, "v l tS'lLZZ 5 d&'iJf CIO I SMOKE Lady Dash Little J. -- ,.. ... j. 1 "-- " "'hii""'"" - TARPY'S ?1 l.,"'. "" '",.", v tjf FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ....uyoui.. . thfc- - rMfcircic l Mmu f I jWir o H. BOSSEfcSON and !?Jn ', t,lr' r6..3 1 hMiMtf sStSE CORNS,BUNIONS lis&W PBBR AVKNUS -- wwitzmmm jfcBa"Mi JKEKCOTXJOICY IjilH .1 JMCEI8tIO-AJ- . ' I Wfsfm 4IM1 FOURTH AVENUE HERMAN STRAUS rouBTM Avenue tvetwaxwra SONS market stbcct ' We diva and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamp. GIFT FOOTWEAR HEADQUARTERS There is a pleasure in giving a thoughtful gift that is no less than the joy with which it is received. mtirw i ovni-nnr- c TPYWTCST toitLeS SHOE STORE flSMf A HAPPY NEW YEAR AND Continued Prosperity FOR ALL OUR WELCOME HOME BOYS UNCLE SAM IS PROUD. OF YOU. AAiUAaAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA - HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Presidont John Riley, of Division 3, is hustling for the big baby show Engraved Christmas Cards and Folders I Waterman Ideal and Conklin Fountain Pens i t ;! AN EXTENSIVE LINE TO SELECT FROM. on January 9. t r s JOHN P. MORTON & CO. INC0RF0XA.TXD. 422-424-426 t t inter-Southe- rn WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. wwwwwwwUwWWWWMWMMWWWWVWlSr . r r . . r-tj-IIIIIlI ifTfTTTTffTfffTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'l t Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUPPIN, LOUISVILLE, ICY. d, Prfcidet. John Lawler has been elected Presidont of tho Ancient Order at Richmond, Ind. County President John H. Hen- d nessy will install tho officers of Division 3 next Friday evening. Tim Lyons, one of the veteran members of tho order, is suffering from a mental breakdown and is in a precarious condition. Robert Mitchell, an old wheel horse of Division 4, is down for a short talk at the installation and spread on January 13. James H. Deory. tho veteran In dianapolis Hibernian, is happily re covering from an illness that con fined him to his homo for two newly-electe- war and took a prominent part in driving tho Germans back to Stenay.' In another letter Private Brennan tells that he was always on the and lookout for Phil Broderick some of his old Limerick friends, but hadn't run across thorn, and gives tho following description of the last fighting on November 11, tho day of the armistice: "I saw part of tho white truce flag when they came over the line. The meeting was held near Verdun, whero wo wero camped In an old building. Tho church bells were rung for the first time in four years. A Frenchman, an Englishman and myself rang the bells in an old Catholic church which had been shelled continually for four years. That last hour from 10 to , 11 was h 11 on November everything from pistol to fourtoen-Inc- h railroad naval guns wero fired. Wo sure gave It to IFritz and he Am certainly sent them back. feeling fino and dandy and getting fat again like I was at Fort Bliss, Texas. Mother, dear, when you are eating your Christmas dinner drink ono to my health and I will do tho same to yours. Love to all. RECENT DEATHS. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. At an initiation at Opelousa, La., Friends and Patrons. Wait For Our Midwinter Special Sales and the Greatest Bargains ever offered in Louisville. a)eea)eee)fjeB8eeaw work le members wero received into tho order. With John A. Hughes as Chairman for the class, fifty soldier boys have just had the threo degrees conferred on them at Mobile, Ala. It was a wounded soldier just returned who coined tho slogan "From the Trenches to a Job" and tacked It to the Knights of Columbus. held a week ago, twenty-eig- ht now Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Pfaere the brighteet; There the lightest; irii'Q&il Xl?fi:vi tW I mt (There the ateat le eeokeel beet; IThere the ranee ataaAi Where work la quicMy done; Whero cooklBs aatau real fan; Where tMddax rivea Mght; Tho Knights of Beaumont, Texas, new after initiating twenty-fou- r members had blessod a servico flag containing forty stars, ono of them gold. Tho home of New Orleans Council presented an animated appear- ,Kat the teat That' whero the the That's where "Qaick Veal" eetnee "Quick Meal" eeeaea I f ta. la. Qaiek Ileal Gaa Raniee Seld, Iaetalle mad Highly ReeeaweHdea -- W f MHeWMBU MmmmmtSSSaMk nTf Where dradfe U eat at llEHEK & SON, W. MARKET ST. weeks. Why aot tako an agency for a conservatively managed, medluin-steeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Iiifo Insurance Companies give it a position of tho very highest rank? ladles' Auxiliary 1 of Indianap Much sympathy Is felt for Willolis has elected Mrs. John O'Brien as President Division 4 conferred iam E. and Philomena Higgins, tho samo honor upon Mrs. Ellen Hauser. Fort "Wayne Hibernians have elected Edward J. Lennono as Pres ident, and Sunday night they at tended meetings of the Friends of Irish Freedom. James J. McTighe, Thomas J. Langan and Lawrenco D. Meany were appointed as a committee to draft resolutions on the death of William P. McDonogh, of Division 4. two-year-o- ld CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 .Deposit with the State of Kentucky under tho Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $ 1,000,000, or 20 per cent, moro than tho law requires. renewal commissions, so For good, clean agency contract with own have an independa business that yoa may build up address tho of your Office and the Company. of Home ent permanent income, Y -- 1012 South Seventh street, whose home has been rendered desolate by the death of their son William. Funeral took place Sunday afternoon and tho remains were teuderlyJaia to rest m St. Louis ceraatery, jO High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Irwin as IPxesldent of Ladies' Auxil iary 7 of Minneapolis. It was the INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. dedication of a handsome service LOUISVILLE, KY. flag of sixty stars, representing tho sons, brothers or husbands of mem bers, with a wnite star m nonor or Mrs. Mary., Dowd, widow of the David Shea, who was wounded in late Prof.?Dnlel W. Dowd and for France. many yeirsS?' active among the youngr'sodal set, passed peacefully ArrEALS TO TRIBUNAL. into etraal ,'reet Sunday morning at 2 -2 Lbs. For 75c her hoeJ5ftl426 West Jefferson An appeal to the Tribunal of Na- streetiV She?ls survived by only ono www ouv x ccraes Tau.T zx xhowx to xxa tions, which will sit at Varsailles, daughter yMrsr. H. J. Jansen. Her QUAxrrr. was made by the New York County funeral' leek place from the Keenan Order of chapel Tuesday morning with burial Board of the Ancient were In St. IxHjts'fcemetery. Resolutions Hibernians. REPORTED WOUNDED. , Importer ana Roaster of High Grade Coffee. Sold adopted asking an opportunity for to Couumer. Direct the Irish people to voto on their JohajJ. ; Keane, for many years Fred R. Barton, 922 South First 2X3 w. auxxxT vs. zetrxsYzcxx, jcz. desired form of government. Re- an active, and well known resident street, received news Christmas with remittance ana we lease of the Irish men and women of tket West End, who served as a day that his son, William Herbert Return this adverUiement and Barton, who was on tho border with Font, all cfcaxrea prepeia. illegally deported and held in Eng- meber of the City Council X. A. will hlp Coffee by Parcel "AL. S. SMITH, PROP. lish prisons unlndicted and untried was Uwtlfled with the Ancient tho First Kentucky and was sent was also demanded. Order "4t Hibernians, died Tuesday overseas last August, had been afternoon at his home, 1305 West wounded. As yet no particulars SLVTIETH BIRTHDAY. MadUoa,' street. He leaves a wife, have been Two other received. flv bobs 'and four daughters, also members of the family Barton Sixty years ago Henry Hunold oa brother, James Keane. The joined the service. Lieut. Frank was born and on Sunday night, fUHMBi was held from Cor. Fifth and Market St. Pat- has been serving in France BOTH PHONES 810. by intimate friends, had riek'a tthurch and was attended by Bartonthe air forces, and Strothor with and Surnlu- s- $1,700,000 surrounded delightful anniversary of HuirU3 mourning friends and Canitsi tho most Barton, a younger brother, Is in the career. Mr. hi3 very successful United States navy. f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND JZANE STS. Three Per Cent. Interest Paid Hunold and daughter, Miss Minnie, Oa Time Deposits received tho guests, who wore en- 'vPMifound sorrow pervaded CathGREAT MASS TREAT. tertained with vocal and instru- olic circles when it became known enjoyed a very that' John F. Horina, editor of the James B. Brown....... ..President mental music and Msgr. Right 'Main 2360-'Henry J. Angermeier..Vico President John J. CrottVj Aaiittfer, had suffered a fatal stroke rector of Rev.Andrew's Luke Evers, City 2360. elaborato dinner. Qt. James J. Hayes..........Vice President presided and expressed the hearty 9t ,aMlexy early Saturday morn- Hall place, New York church. City City, In his Vice President M. S. HebeU congratulations of all present, not-- , la f TaUbIs home, 4G0C Euclid ave- - earnest J . .Cashier John S. Akers ing feelingly- - the one unoccupied wu, .Deceased was a native or welfare solicitude for the spiritual of the newspaper men of Aast. Cashier Oscar A. Block i chair set for Capt. Michael Quia AMtria and was a prominent figure New York established the prlntera' Aast. Cashier A. P. Ramser. of Brooklyn, a warm personal friei la. aewspaper circles, being a every Sunday is of Mr. Hunold and the majority sir and writer of much ability. mass, which St. said morning in Andrew's at 2:30 The dining those present. 3y.v Korlna is survived by a daugh o'clock. morning On Christmas was tastefully decorated and il- ter ana nis who, airs, .aiary and XofiB, and two sons, who are with there was a great muBlcal 3treat for luminated for the occasion, o'clock thoso who attend 0 LOUISVILLE, KY. E. CHESTJfUT seated at the bounteously laden the American forces. He was a printers' mass. One the Franco's HARVEY-JELLIC- O of were Messrs. John P. Oertel, rntwiber of the Concoidia Singing 'great tables musical artists, Miss Simono William Rueff, John SchwartzWtf Seeiety, tho St. Joseph's Orphans tho violin. Miss THX PHIL. HOLLKNBAOB 00 HOLLENBAOirS WINH HOUSB Micheau. played John Schwartz, Jr., William OTi Seelety and numerous Catholic (XNCOnrORATBD) Amer Meehan, Joseph P. McGinn, 1WH- Tuesday morning the Micheau has just arrived in Marcel Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. INCORPORATKJ 1am CM. HIggins, Henry SIebl;,Je fMMtral wa sheld from Holy Name ica. Hor brother, Sergeant h seph Erb. Walter Bailey, Oaeafrj rurch, Father John O'Connor cele- - Micheau, of thothe Croix do French Infantry, won Guere r4minof William Ttartnl iTobv' aarting the requiem high mas3. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Importer and Dealer In Distillers Of at tho Champagne and Verdun and J. Crotty,' Jacob Roskopf, 'Jefhat has been lately invalided to Now ENTERED NOVITIATE. nuuui OLB FORTUNA SOUR MASH AND LIQUORS WINES .v.....o.3.j York by the French War Office. Will DIokjrJ; W Charles Grove, Mahoney, Aloyslus Gottbrath, RaymondVgJ oldest Joseph Bletiger, tho talented organtMles Florence "HOLLKNBACH" PURS RYB 144 South Third Street brath, John Hopplns, Tony ehter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. ist of St. Andrew's, arranged tho KM W. Mala M. S6.65 Lnalortlla. K Home Phone 1191 honey, of Curdvllle, has come to musical programme for this mass. 'Rosier, Jr., and Harry NIc Place your next order with us. Terms cash. tsvllle and entered the novitiate Pleasant memories of the CARDINAL'S 3IESSAGE. will long bo retained by eac! hfef'tte et the Sisters of Mercy at the con guests, .ajf&al vent on East Broadway. Miss Ma An appeal for brotherly lovo was honey leaves many friends In the werld whose prayers and best wishes made by Cardinal toGibbons in a SAW SIANY SIGHTS tho soldiers at Christmas message fellow her Into her new life. army cantonment, Camp Meade Edward D. Brennan, son'eijf; which was read at the masses and TEIEPnONINQ. aiary Brennan, or laiz aixii .i iWegWe Issued In the form of a memoran who la In France witn tne yoa spent far sometklag yea aid mot NEED weali Bare started a That , In order to hear more clearly at dum to be read to all soldiers in sixth Division, writes fa: SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear iaterMt COMPOUNDED the Inspector, the usual manner in which military friends that he expects to w9k 4eeKf the 'phone, says attenbrought to ing home soon, and jud SMC tewW cover the mouthpiece with the hand, matters aremessage was their to the MAY COMK a Use wkea your "LAST DOLLAH" twice year; Tfcere sent sq.uarely tion. The holding the receiver his letters will have many, through against the ear. This will in no- men by the Cardinal mast bs iseat (or raraetklig you DO NEED. Tkt SAVING mw ( tfc Ing tales to tell. He was Acmight keep that "kard tliee" (tarn near Verdun for some ummmtr wise hinder the person speaking. Bernard J. Flynn. Director atof this cembis. dollars yon are waiting Holding the receiver at an angle tivities for the Knights and, jetM?! his arrival In France camp. The mesage readi "This town Is nothing hat AW lets outside sounds Into the ear. ,fWho Is it that gladdens today baeA'emej&aJ batch of ruins, having the heart of young and old; of CHRISTMAS FURLOUGH. continually for four yearsawlewr rich and poor, and of pilgrims; and rm boys always are billeted on the Emmet Hanrahaa, Leo P. Reilly that knits again tho bonds of famfirst floor, nothing being left of ily All are the the upper atoriee, and I am enclos- and T. Finek Maiila were among rays,love? emanate warmed byBabe from the that ing you a picture of a church the xroup of Leaieville boys in the of Fifth and Court Place. which has nothing left but the navy who were home to .spend you Bethlehem and may He bless and make you regard each Division Christmas with their families. The tower. The Twenty-atxt- h 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 f. Open Dally Until earae in Setar- - other as brothers recognizing Christ was in hot fighting along the Meuee ! Louisville as your older brother." river Just before the end of the day. morning. lowed A unique patriotic ceremonial fol the of Mary A. widow of Mrs. the late' JawaeJTrwton, died Sunday night of "lallttcaaa and pneumonia at her hon,T2239 West Chestnut street. SCriTrsaton was a most Sho highly woman. leaves' 8rmalehildren and a wide circle of , friends , to mourn her death. .lT4al services wore held Tuesday wrKlnterment in St. louls cometery. ,'.-- - Jf? MfyAaTreston, X;ited Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- .' ran ance Christmas eve, when tho for Christmas tree was lighted 1,400 orphans of tho city. Ono hundred and fifty tons of hard candv and chocolates wero shipped by William P. Larkin, Di rector of K. or C. Overseas Activities, for Christmas distribution. Degree Indianapolis Fourth Knights have appointed a committee or iwenty-nv- e leading ciuzens xo assist all men returning from tho military service in securing positions. d K. of C. members will De to read that a unit of their order was the first of the war Tho workers to reach Coblenz. Salvation Army unit was the second to arrive. every day A million cigarettes aro going overseas for Knights of Columbus Secretaries to distribute to American soldiers and sailors abroad. During January two million each day will bo shipped across for tho boys. Thirty new momebrs wero received into membership at Corpus Chrlstl, Texas. Wet roads prevented thirty candidates Right Rf.v. Paul from attending. Nussbaum asserted the Knights will do their full duty now as they did in tho War. mtei-esten DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ! Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PKCOrciSS. Gurab. 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