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KFNTTIfKY DdsH " "A " i . " "a m m a " . v American .U' . Every Driver an Bscort. LwItrWe Carrlag K Incorporated Taxfcafc C. VOLUME XLIH.-N- O. 10.. LOUISVILLE, SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER, 6. 1919. anteein,r this majority, according to the accusation rFellJc Dumas, President of the Bfhrd of Councllmcn. By, my, my, .wlat a change! The local Republlcaa machine is fighting Vthe wall and ,has with its back given up." all hope of carrying the' Fifth district at;all. In the' Labor day parwe ov&20,000 men In the CltyHall, and the cry went up fjom'lictlon after section of ".the parade, UWe'll .get you vomber.'r Tho Strikers and tho union labor followers are sore on nenr Mayor Smith afid his administration, while tho company officials, tho retail nicrcljants and tho public In general blaini Smith and tho "reform" administration for notv averting tho strll,, while everyone agrees tliat .the8euernl Inefficiency of tho Keystone edps has provcnttSl a settlement ImwoVo now. In every situation up thiWfar THH KEYline-passeln-N- PRICE FIVE CENTS. AMERICA v OwesNothing to Great Biitalnior .'.Vi IMPRISONED Tiding Experience of Bishop Who Dnred to Tell "the Truth. ' ' A Courageous Clinuiplpn of Morality and tlio People's Right. Any of the Allied Nntlons. f "' '' en-ti- ro Public Tired - tho -- Hn'ocHUcnl England Cry That of Saved Us. ' - Pro-Engli- rress and Toadyers to ' Royalty Spreading tho ' ,"& Falsehood. " COMEDY COPS ILVVE STONE DONE THE WRONG THING AT THE WRONG TIACE. Taken Like Crlmlnnl and' Confined in Guatemala For Candor of Sennoiiw . - AMERICA CAN STAND ALONE. Some of our people have been press, following tolling us of late to bo "contho lead of the John Bull organs, structive" in our efforts at social are decrying America's part In tho reform. They do not want us to war while the toadyers o royalty In They do not want us to criticize. this country are taking up tho bo "calamity howlers." They do not refrain, and crying ' that England even want us to resent unjust atacks GERMNS WHO FACE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL and the Allies saved America. Editor not say that altmeotlngs intended AMERICAN .GENERALS R ETURNED FROM EUROPE. "Mrtf Atilv fmrt W II" Prlnrn Jinf M.wv Almlrnl van fnnftllft . upon our . most f precious liberties. Brisbane. In a stirring editorial . vwf wv nlcni to incite rioi woaiu uu aiupjjuu, uui , .. . . .1. iW VJ ' Vm wun ridicules tho claims of England's mm1 center, Field .Marshall von f Lett Major Gen. George O Squire: right, Lieut. Gen. Hunter Liggett, ho said tlmt all, meetings of tho upper right. Upper loft, Gen. von B ulow; nV tno current of popular opinion, and - public gatherings Mackensen; lower right, Prince Rup precht of Ba'varla; lower left, Gen. boosters as follows: Commander of the American First Army In France, who will take charge Open Fonuri or..would bo stopped. In this connec- Llman von Sanders are on the Allies " criminal list. jPX. to approve r ovory measure f .The London Dally Graphic says: of the Department of tho West. Insert, Major Gen. Mason Patrick-that those In power seo fit to pro- tion" attention is referred to tho '"Had It not been for the endurance ' ' Now sometimes the way for bright lights "vho gathered together and sacrifices of the Allies, the, Mon,,,.-,,.support Pose. Ing, Monday morning In the near Mayor's bo prepared roe doctrine would not be much topf my plea. In Manchester the Rev. ' constructive work must and demoll-M- r. Dy a little hewing away office, and their attempts to bluff day besides a sweet" memory con- thing about America, except to hope leading minister tion. Debris must be carted away Lockhart, the the whole people of Louisville betrolled by Germany. That being tho and pray for her aid. of the city and known as one of the before the foundations of cause of the actions of one or two new Nor did America need their sacri, case, why shouldn't America make strongest supporters of President , building can bo laid. And the dt is so rabid Socialists who "butted" in on some sacrifices In return for tho fices or their help. Wo always have Wilson, applauded with particular jn Bociai reform. We must root out the strike situation for notoriety. been and we are right now perfectly Allies' services?" vigor. At Concprd the Rev. Thomas The aforesaid brilliant legal lumiThis stuff has a familiar sound. capable of taking care of our own Steadily Increas- Collett, Episcopalian, was on the 0vii3 before wo can erect tho temple 0j social justice of the Clergyman Reports W nr nnt Innlflnp naries' quoted Section 1241-Wo used to hear such patriots as TTnWa1 Ctntna platform with me, while the other ye must d0' a. mtle such, Irish James M. Beck, George Haven Put- for trouble; 'and wo don't fear any t Enthusiastic Over tho Harmonious Kentucky Statutes, whioh refers to ing Support For-IJiof the occasion was the Hminary work today by pointing "persons banding, themselves togethalliance that Is looking for nam and other serviceable British nation-oConvention and Party Republic. Rev. William B. Spofford? of tho out a crying evil which exists In a er for intended violence, etc." This hornblowers delivering themselves trouble. If they Insist upon having Prospects. same faith, who Is a Son of. tho neighboring country 'and which Is section had no more to do with the But it hey can have it lots of it. And of that kind of tommyrot. American Revolution and a member there effectively hampering and case in question than Article X. of r-- treally two thought this gentry had they won't come looking for more of the Clnnclnatl. More-tha- n half clogging the path to tho upbuilding the' League of Nations applies to realized that their day was. over. In quite a while. Depend on that why does a chicke"n cross the street. Rev. James Grattari Mytlien Says the audience on this occasion was 0( BOi& social reform. Fortunately We will tell the London Graphic and Wo don't Dwe Eneland or any or Powell, JDr. McCready, and the only question thn terrible .abuse does not vet all its kind, abroad and at home, the Allies a thing. Not one thing. . GloomyVjOutlook for Morrow Grows 'Wonder if Dr, Religious Issue Notliing . Col. P. H. 'Callahan and other orffrom the. audience was put by a exist to tJie same extent In our coun- - ' truths. Not a dollar. Not a sacrifice. We a Jew plain, matter-of-faMore Pronounced Despite '" goganizers of the Open Forum are prosperous manufacturer of old try . , But Trick. But are we not allowed to There never was a day nor an hour have done 'our full duty. ing to Allow vChief Petty to- gel away , Yankee stock, who asked what could Phil Brown. from saa- conditions In other when this America of ours stood in We understand that the British t;zar-iiK- e aecree. With hlq uniawiui most effectively be done to Insure jaiMiSi in order to be better prepared tho slightest danger of subjugation Government !has demanded and got The march da th City Hall of the American aid for Ireland. 10 stave off suoli calamities from over fSO.000',000 from the United byGermany. Tho German Imperial fill strikers and"the flustered and badly Freqtieiitly Invited to State Ireland's "The only dissenting note in the our own people? Government never saw an hour or States for carrying across tho rattled attitude of the "reform" adwhole of my tour was struck by tho , Bishop Pinol y Batres had been a day when it could have whipped Atlantic the American soldiers who Ool. Potty Waives Asldo tup Constl-- v ministration bOMM furnished some Cause From Protestant Kev. Mr. Brine, or ifortsmoutn, wnp directed by the Hcly See to preach America, or when it would have turned British defeat Into- - a very aniusement anyway. There was Col. ttttion and Closes Open while I was worshipping in his a Berlcs of sermons In tho h risked' tho effort.- There never waB profitable British victory. It Is right Pulpits.. Petty rushing through the streets on a Sunday morning at- - di0Cese Large - Forum. t Guatemala. an hour or a' day when Germany that wo should pay for our own war, v v like the Town AMtahal of SquedunK tacked the Irish cause and myself audiences were present at the con-fwould have had anything to gain by but It is not right that wo should the City Hall to .beat the advocating it. The sequel was jerences. These were some of the tho United States. There go on paying' for the twenty or more steps. Then. MaVtopearanco on the I never Has been an ihour "or a day J wars of other nations that still consteps to quirt.. SW. .noDio momans PRESBYTEP.IAN IS, A PLEADER. illuminsiting. Before evening in had subjects, which- - It should bo noted the ttro not only of religious but also discovered, and I announced since the Gorman Empire was rouna-e- d tinue in'Burdpe, Asia and Africa, NEAItMAYOR. GETTING TIRED. murmuring li 'set, surrounded . course of my speeoh, that the Rev. ' 0f social interest: In 1871 when the United States after the defeat and . surrender of The prevailing by a little b oty..MK eystono. comedy English Mr. Rrtoe navy was not more than able to our only two enemies. Ten to, one y fcops: It wai he has occupied" an American rupt udmlnlstratto'n of justice; the beat the German navy and to defend the, people are sick of this wfcole old "hick" cops thoughV1' There they Steadily lnoreaslng support for tho years, our coasts from the landing of "a greedy, grasping, impudent European The' .big gathering of Democrats stood frightened put of .their very cause of the Irish republic among pulpit for many become has never- growth of 'concubinager the general aiuAmer- iposeness of morals or, students In condescended to German army not a day, not an outfit. They Jiave had enough of here for the State convention this lives atjtho big crowd, their knees The. next day In colleges and public schools; unjust European gratitude and European week and the harmpnious proceed- shaking together, tho bone rattling Americans of all creeds and classes lean citizen! hour, not a minute. the Right Rev. Bishop centralization ef power in the hands No one nation in the world, could intrigue to last them all their lives. ings augur well for an cemparing- favorably wjth' Al Fields' Is reported by the Rev. James Concord whip us. No 'two- nations in .the We tell the London Graphic and victory in iNovember, and the en end men. Judging from their; ap- Grattan Mythen, an Episcopalian Parker, bead of the Episcopal 0f a few persons, the unquestlon-Dioces- e of Now Hampshire, sent for jug submission ' demanded of sub-Dworld could whip us. Tho whole all dts kind in Europe, .As well as thusiasm of the delegates gathered pearance the crowd would have clergyman who has recently comSpoffofd and asked him to con- - jects in matters which are illicit! world together could not subjugate here at home, that our America is f roni every section bodes np good for never got near our ibravo Keystone pleted several speaking tours In the us. Why? Because tho products of ready and able to defend Itself at the "The vey to mo Ills congratulations and the misuse of public moneys;- tho y machine arid Its guardians. They might have started Interest of Irish freedom. getof our soil, the vast extent of our any time against Germany or any d candidate, Morrow. For towards the comedy copg, butthing. outstanding impressions I received," his assurancesSlnco support for the harsh treatment of native laborers; this rebuke the- official sanction of "graft' on tho territory, make us a other nation; that our people won't the first time in many years and in ting near them was another said Dr. Mythen, "are, first, that Irish cause, yell for help, either, when compelled many gatherings there was.np con- It would have been, a case of "look It is sound American doctrine to Rev. Mr. Brine has avoided the Irish part 0f public officials; failure of nation unconquorablbe from out. Wo can not be mado tho to fight; that they repudiate with tention or friction between thq out, let somebody run that can runi' demand the application of the subject." 'officials to give account of funds Our coasts indignation any assertion that Eng- Stanley and Beckham followers, the through the City Hall to victims of blockade. 'Fresh from these vexPerlences intrusted to them for tho common principle of " ' And land or anybody else ever saved factions having be.en broken up, and Those boys Wore sure set for a nations held in unwilling subjection i which he contends afford? proof that welfare. are too long to be blockdded. . if they could be blookaded, we have them from conquest and subjugation now the Democratic party In this sprint, but the Chief's line of "bull" by our associates in the late war the widespread, American support for Topics of this kind are discussed In our own land, everything wo need by Germany. And as ,far as taking State is remarkable' fprits unify and. saved the day, or the night rather, as well as to peoples formerly Ireland's cause transcends, religious every day in our leading papers, d to make' war and to feed our people. care o'ffthe Monroe doctrine or any- harmony. It was amusing to see as no harm wasslode. Next day the by the "Central Empires,' and and racial lines; Dr. My then the editor ' Is regarded as. ah" '"The German people numbered thing else American is concerned, the attempts of the Louisville" Her- - Keystone police shpwed their brav- second, that tho theory of. the Irish peared before the Foreign' Affairs "apostlo of righteousness" fdr doing n of 'them question as. a religious ssuo Is re- Committee of the Senate as, one of 'so about 65,000,000 when the war we'don't'need any help, don't want ,ald, the .official Republican organ, ery though V But n Guatemala the. press .is from ceiving its death blow at the hands. thcdelegatlon which presented the terrorized. No paper dares to speak broke out; .the whole territory or any help' and couldn't accept any and Republican Boss Hert A personal ran a committee of'threo-awaempire was- 60,000 square miles help. the City Hall enttance,"- - and they jjf American Protestants!" case of the Irish Republic. Another tho truth. In touching upon these organs, the tCourler-Journthe booster less than that of the single State Americans will take care or and Times--, trylpg ta create friction didn't have to call out the Keystone Dr. Mythen ds assistant minister minister who is a frequent pleader matters the Bishop spoke only what Texas; the country had no America as they always have. No- in Democratic ranks. Of course all rlof squad either. of or Christ Episcopal church, Nor- of tho .Irish cause, Is the Rev. Nor- - waa 0f common knowledge and Col;'' Petty told tho murmuring folk, Va., and minister In chargo or man Thomas. Presbyterian, of New madeno personal attack upon any natural defensive boundaries of seas body need worry about that. Democrats realized the Herald was only playing the part of, a political populace that His Honor, meaning tho Community churoh, ,undenomlna-tlona- l, York. or mbuntalns; It was surrounded by In Canada, Lindsay Craw-- ono H(J eald what many wished to organ whose legitimate role Is to he near Mayor, was home In bed Implacable enemies, it had an in,at Baltimore, where ho has ford, Grand Master of tha In- - say and 8hould have said, but left DE VALERIA'S ITINERARY. hear significant sea coast; it could not attack or harass the political enemy. and couldn't be disturbed toLouis- the largest congregation In the coun- dependent Order of Orangemen, Is unsaid for fear of the consequences, people of grow, enough food to feed "Its Volunteering as a chaplain now championing the Irish Republic mua .Tjiaj,nn ,11,1 .nt ,. mwiir nt President DeValera and Hon. But tho dally bushwhacking at- the troubles of the to see the street try. tempts of the Bingham press, posing ville who wanted population. when America dntered the war, he In every issue of his paper, the these questions from the political. Frank P. Walsh will address the as Democratic prgans, is not recelv-edrs- o car strike ended.' Old Nero fiddled The American peoplo number saw sen-icabroad till the armistice Statesman. Advocates of Irish free- - but only from the moral viewpoint, ,Tho llO'.O 00,004; they occupy a territory people of Scranton tomorrow. well.. The thousands of Dem while Rome burned, but our. near was signed." Ho Is a powerful orator, dour are confident, in view of such The lectures were given from May Mayor sleeps while tho public burns more than ten times the extent of tentative schedule so far arranged ocrats throughout hte State see un as mese, i present year. of with Indknatton. Wonder If and his statementrace Ireland's case lacts propaganda mat uioj Biiurw the j to 14 of the night the soil Is for President DeValera by Secretary through tho party wrecking methods LSmithy department oftho German Empire; convention in the. of May .16, at During the really asleep a? was he before the Irish Washington's was fertile, the climate of every variety, Boland Includes tho cities of Brook- and wonder why tho stupid policy .Is .Government to represent tho n:on in Mm mnmine. n h.imi of birth British Philadelphia on mineral and .fuel resources in- lyn, Jersey City, Newark, Elizabeth, pursued, a blundering policy' thaCIs just hiding under the covers ana day .electrified his audience, inciuu Irish question' as essentially a Tellg - ruffiana broke into tho Bishop's the nlayinK that he was asleep. Shame exhaustible, the people Intelligent Trenton, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, fooling no one. . manyl ious tiirricuuy, are no longer ei- - home, came up to his bedroom, and Delegates from every section to on him If he was. It's just one bad, ing Cardinal Gibbons and Inventive; there are .enough Youngstown, cieveiana, Akron, and fectivo on American public opinion. wjthout any warrant arrested him. anu,"ioi wuium, u.bu..wvo. young men to keep thearmy and Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville, the convention reported the same Dreaicarter anotner wun tomirn and recent itinerary carried him through Ho was taken away like a criminal "reform" administration strength above Indianapolis. Muncle, Fort wayne, thing in regard to tho candidacy of navy at numerical MOTHER HOUSE. as !to Escuintla 'and held "incom- can go! dozen Western - 10,000,000 ' time; Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Morrow, t the Republican nominee there's hardly a day that hoi....l.I..l aTai tlnntnnj XTr.States asr Awell .. .. VyTr rt for an dndeflnlte On the w..In Grand Rapids, Mich., the Sis - municado" by tho police. UC1IIK Play gOU ...111 iruuuiBUiion aaii6'""i noir ivin .vuu Honn. the country Is grldlroned with rail- St. Paul, Des .Moines, Peoria, Spring for Governor. All agree that he Is with calls asWlinom Louisville is" be- sylvanla, and everywhore he reports ters of St Domlplc are erecting a 17th ho was taken, to tho capital, to why considerably than four roads and waterways; tho distances field, St. Louis, KansaB city, omana weaker d enthusiasm for the new mother house to accommodato on the evening of the!8th heunder- in years ago, many of the oldrllne Re hind other citiesWarley-Rya- getting army are so vast that tho whole German and Denver. steal Irish cause among Americans who 600 Sisters. went a preliminary hearing on the publicans refusing to put their food; why tho army, in its full prime, could' not subject of tno sermons he had dedemoralization are not of Irish blood, and very shoulder to the "wheel because tho was permitted; thepolice arid .the notably among strongly Protestant provide enough troop3 to maintain livered. He was accused of having party is controlled foody and soul by of the Keystone lines'' of communication across it,' let NHyHftttfttWjMQBnyMHRJC'BB" uttered "subversive words," of havHert, a newcomer In the State and. "hick" fire department and now sections. Ministers warmly second alone maintaining a fighting, subing excited the people against the a newcomer in Republican politics. here'eome's the street car strike and ed his advocacy of the application of jugating force. constituted authority, of, having Again, the big asset to the Repub- everyone howling for his scalp. The America's war aims to Ireland, and talk of Germany crossing three To made direct, particular and personal lican party in Kentucky ;tae negro Kentucky Irish American was the the" only exception' to thlsrule was miles of sea and subjugatthousand that Smith allusions against them, and of havRepublican vote is very much dis- first one to whisper sledding- was found to bo an unnaturauzeu ing our' huge country and our ing directed a conspiracy against the British subject. gruntled over the Warlsy-Ryarace ought to .resign as the fighting population ds to enormous alb religious Issue In Government. Seelnc that the Bishop "The here, and negroes In even the re being made tougher for himsay the Certainly no govtalk foolishness. that Ireland," said Dr. Mythen, "is was in (the hands of the ruling mote sections of the State, know now time, and he can. truthfully reigned In Berlin ernment that over powers, tho cowardly papers curried Warley. the colored man,, was robbed "life Is Just one durn thing after an- nothing but a common political trick BBPKjpAv3BBBBJerTv')fcnBpb"BBHgBBBH dreamed pf undertaking Buch a Go ahead and fool 'em, by which English militarism seeks and cheated In the most bunellnR other." favor with the Government by heaphopeless task. It is true that Smithy; don't "be the goat for all to Justify its rule or might in mat ing calumnies upon him. The official election theft ever, perpetrated, That Hrw Stlii Germany did for four years make and trouble while cnee country. It alms to sow dissension thls'turmoll press accused the (Republicans machine, leaders Searcy, and the successful war against France, real Mayor, sits back, among a naturally tolerant- - anu the know this Is evidenced by tho fact tho prelato of being a disturber of 'SH'Ral' Italy and Russia, with their the appointments for you, amiable peoplo, and to exaggerate that Phil, Brown, the negro politi- makes all the public peace and of public order. him minor allies, though these four in cian of Hopklrisvllle, has been gets all the grapes, fend after Lud that dlseontlon a hundred-fol- d , Tho Catholic peoplo protested Powers outnumbered the Germans comes Paul of Jeffersorivllle and brought here and "planted in the Reeyes of Americans. Yet the against the unjust treatment of and to one In Shelbyville to get the next plck- - the three publican headquarters to pacify the of TMmS" UfiMfe. 'ViKBIPwlj masses of Catholic Irishmen have their Bishop. A document,, signed naval power,' r.and much more than negro voters at any Cost. ;Brown Is, Ings. repeatedly followed Protestant lead-- , by more than 600 persons, who had But Germany that in a big cog in the Republican machine, era like Dean Swift, Henry Grattan, cither been present at the sermons, " anpfimnllahed that tremendous mili SBND ADDRESSES FREE. vote that having cast the Wolfe Tone, Robert Emmet and or received accounts of them frpm tary feat because she lay in the' made Hert National Republican Charles Stewart Parneil, while on reliable witnesses, assured the Gov; or enemies auu center or the, ring Danlel T. Cfiulllvan, Director of the other hand the' last election Committeeman and shoved John ernmpnt that "there was nb "abuse jr,iMiBBPBPiity"i'iffif' could strike first here and thenit j George Jolly and the old the Irish National Bureau, Wash- proved that Protestants give equal of freedom of speech, and that he there, and because the German guard Republicans in a, back seat. ington, D. C, will furnish immedi- confidence to Catholic leaders in (the Bishop) said nothing which .amies were better trained., But For his work Brown was given a ately uppn request and, without ex- patriotic matters,' as many Sinn might be Interpreted as a counsel or fwnat eart&ly good would, her armies m " '"'Minister to Dahomey" Job recently, pense oopy of oompletereport of the Fein candidates who happened to be Br but spend all his time now trying hearing before the United States a hint to do anything against the' a 'orther generals have done her Inno by Ulster laws of the authority of the Reto naclfv the anarv colored Republi Senate containing addressed in full Catholics were elected Protestant war with Amerlea when she had constituencies public." .They also asked that "In cans, So, all in all, the situation of Messrs. Cohalan, Walsh, Ryan, Borml&t'ons. with large, conceivable way of Jandlng those consideration of the dignity or our armies In America, or of keeping looks mighty gloomy" for Hqwdy Ed Dunne, Murphy and Bourke Cockran. "".The common sense of Americans religion and In accordance with Morrow, the "rattlln" good speaker," Organized sooietiet1 are Invited to refuses longer .to be confused by this open sea communication lines had my strict Justice, tho Government eheuld to land an, army on wMfm G. O. P. press send the names t 'members. This Which is about all the she been able restore the Bishop to liberty." The is an excellent opportunity to obtain Injection of a fictitious religious pan say in boosting him. our soil? purely a fight is result of this loyal declaration in say aaaln that there never wmB3L:;mn to print what a compilation of argument, his- character into whatsuch as we went We would hate We national rights favor of theinnocent prisoner was Morrow's boosters, and friends ae torical data and important facts of for war to vindicate.- In the Western was a minute when we were In any to that the President ordered Don Cae'saying about the local Republican great value danger at all from any attack to States I was frequently Invited sar de Garro, a Spaniard and administration. for messing Germany might mediate, except the MS1 v.' "reform"political state Jreland's cause 'from Protestant, proprietor of rthe printing shop g MBROTER COMING. up the future of the G. O. vast effort and terrible cost of pulpits. But ,1s was in. New Hampwhere the document was printed; as SERBIAN CROWN PRINOE. P.. here. In the Ma convention all to beat off such, an attack, and iMRS. W. H. SOMERS', Vi who had helped, to well as oujity .employes , From Bruewie It ,was cabled, shire that I found the mostremark-abl- e of the city and; ao German high command, in its A London dispatch Is reported spread It, all be Imprisoned. ifany evidences of' American opinion t.kaf' Vrdloa.1 "Marcier 'Wilson shook to up to When wildest dream's, aver thought, that hands withPresident of Gen. Somers, were hauled, reading Lexington wear- Wa1huIiii7 for. the United States on on the Irish Question transcending stating that the crown of Hungary persons, among them several wife, ""Fifth District will leave Mm ing badges The it PMld aubjuate America. .Ainer-Ic- he rwas thj the itwenthlettx Chiefs Execu Will Give Morrow 5,0.00 Majorltyi" September 15, according to most re sectarian lines. Speaking recently, is to be offered to Crown Prince lo Wh 8Utim- son no sacrifices for Allies Made aa at Portsmouth, Dover, Manchester, Alexander .or cent information, it"WOOIU to 9 UB1WU OlUltfB r having expressed a Not a sacrifice. The Allies tive OI in been introduced. lO She Is and Paul Burltngame, Chairman of probably will meet, Kin saia.uiat and and Concord, I had ministers of Albert n she. had the' Board of Safety, formerly W iTt the were entirely too busy trying to ninety every meet- - Moual guar- - Queen "flHsabeth in Ameidca, several denominations in Jetfersoaville, was quoted as of C, V. jraars old, v hold Ckrmaay back to ttalnlc any- Tho pro-Engli- sh . Btreet car strikesltuatlon was the action of Chief of Police Petty, of Shelbyville, who "forbid the people more open of Louisville to hve-an- y meetings, placing" a ban on Open Forum meetings, j Well, all we can say is that If our'Bhelby county boss can get away with this the framers of the United States Constitution will 'have to reconstruct the Bill of Rights, which gives the right of free ppeech to every citizen of thl country. Mind Wli. now. Petty did The feature tkla week in our TIIK VENAL' .PRESS ASSISTS. W . V HOHJfwa-W I . , , DEMOCRATS EPISCOPAL -- A pre-speak- er r - f , non-Iris- h, ct . "" '" in . - arch-churc- war-wit- ;pwto or " .- is-a- subJect..wJoJ:Brnst-lmoaeHI-l6clety.;.'eor-thou- gh ed - - r. Hert-Searc- hand-picke- g - co-rid- or. ( ed ap-an- Forty-seve- y m s ' - -- ' .1 .1 I' ns -- whole-hearte- - -- . - ns . v ed I England, fimr- - vlBI anti-Cathol- ic u&Zfl""aBBHa"BBHBBBaIaBBSa"BBBBBBBBBBBt man-pow- er HI' mkmmpt' Im money-powe- one-ha- lf "1 - h MwKmMm UJJQiHBB zn,vmmm: ' - - "1''3-j?'MgE3jSB- hav-Sa- a. - . i.i?'.S P'rin;; lZEu !.: we wl j 1 Wv .:'. y kV..u-.- . 'W . " - ess.vjawwwMBSSBsrcfl V.i.riK i - A7" '.'V, w L " V , '--- j.' " ."- - :- -- -- Um .! slon, made a dramatio'.appeal to 'the Senate Committee la Washington last Saturday.- "TMr.. Ryan declared, the Irish in. this country had rallied' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CathoScs to a man to fight Sov America In fWiwd to the Social and Motal .Advancement ot IrMi Americans tad the great war 4and said; ' ."Three of Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonflg Man's my own household, went into the! Institute and Catholic Knlghta of America. army. One ol my own kin is- dead KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA! PRINTING CO., Incorpoctttd. .Publishers at Chateau TMerry. They fought tig the tights and desires of the tUBSCRlPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SIrJQLECDPV 5c' qmau. nationalities.. i Deg you, entered at the Louisville Poto((lcei SecondClaaa Matter. Senators, "not to, .break faith with ' Wiirtrm St. them," til CommiHtloitlwis to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMtRIOAM, .K&NTUGKy IRISH flMERIGfW. ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH. - EM mm Mil ' "TaK. 7aiv F . o, . , I mmm straus . t sons v ml - 319-32- 1 . - ..- j i" We Qlv9 and Ridetra Oold Tradlnr Stamps, Hi SPECIAL SALE - ' ' ' "'"" .- - " " - LO0ISVILLE, KY ritOTKSTAXT VIEW. ' . ..SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1919 beHove- K! tf r' f St. - hA. m killed hy American flyers. At; any rat0 fhe trail was lost', and as here was nothing to bo gained, by wandering- arountl on Mexican doll n0 expedition returned. Thus ends Boys' Suits of Cassimere; a pleasine variefv of another incident that at one time brown, gray or blue color combinations. They are really seemed serious, enough to ibo called '' Properly regulated food should 'another crisis In our relations with says: wonn yu.jvj. opeciai ac . religious Issue in Carranza How many more of these be used in measured quantities and "Tie Ireland Is nothing but a common wm .follow no one can say. 3ut fhen our health would ,be of the toIltlcal trick toy 'which English somo day the real crisis will come. best.-- Prices would foe properly checked and the profiteer fyould g0 militarism seeks to JUBtlfy its rule DUTY OF'ALL. out of business. Even chronic of imight in that country. It alms would gradually cease to be, to sow dissension among a naturally Nothing but Trouble, Trouble, Trouble Left at the Door of Near It Is the duty .of every good for it is on overfeeding that these tolerant and amiable people, and to In beautiful fall styles; made of all wool materials S Mayor Smith and His "Reform" Administration. a citizen to become" a booster for the ailments thrive.dissension ova iterate that 'dff Kentucky State Fair next week, and and in all colors. Special at h,,,irH,w in th vea of Ameri- - show, appreciation of theMiard work Washington's advlco In reference Yet the masses of Catholic cans. RECENT DEATHS. peqplo mixing business Louisville ono by .Commissioner Matt Cohen,: to foreign entanglements. Is as good pleasure in Now York City tho irishmen haYe repeatedly followed Secretary Fount Kremer and the today as when it was uttered and and week were J O. Gavin, E. F. Tho funeral of Miss Vorna past Protestant leaders Mike Dean Swift. daughter of Mrs. Tlllle Roth, R, Rupert, H. S.. Thomas, " Americans will not regret if In the Wilkinsf-? Tone, Robert j0""" "" Henry Grattan, Wolf street,, took 610 North Twenty-fift- h present crisis in world 'affairs they E. Parry and C. F. Howard. Emmet and diaries Stewart Parnell, vyvv.VYvyVyvYVVVvvyvvyvYVVVVYVYYvyyyv'vvyv place. Sunday afternoon from St. 'JURY HAVE. took his advice to their hearts and while on other hand the last election Mr. and Mrs. iMlohael Eokmann Cecilia's churcn, c Miss Roth was "acted accordingly. Announce the engagement .. of thoir popuiar. aij,ong her assopia't?s, who proved that Protestants give equal we went into the war and When daughter. Miss Elizabeth MarleEck- - WQ dfjepl ii(iVed , thoy confidence to Catholic leaders in spent billions In qrder to win, the tr . uwciiwawaiu. Earned mann, io .josepu COMING EVENTS. j of.-heiv death. many Sinn Fein , patriotic matters, as c .The wedding will "take place Octo-provboast went round that wo were (' ' a who happened to bo candidates e ing to the outside world that we are September 16 and 16 Lawn fe'te. ber UyUiedeath. of airs. Jullanna i Catholics were elected by Ulster not a nation of worshippers of the euchre and lotto, by Church of Our H, E. Mechllng and nleco. Ru'chholzer St. Vincent de haul's Mrs. constituencies with large Protestant "almighty dollar," and so we have iaay societies, on cnurch grounds, Miijs Marjory Taylor, are visiting church loses another' of its oldest and Rudd.populations. The common sense of been Inclined to feel very proud of Thirty-fift- h Mrs. Mechling'a daughter, Mrs. W. and most highly esteemed members. Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de September 17 Lotto party of Americans refuses longer to foe con- ourselves as a 'people,' Columbia Athletic Club, 6"2l East L. Brace, near Buffalo, and will Sho was tho widow .of Joseph Buch-vis- it soap wows years old. relatives In Cleveland before holzer and was' sixty-nin- e Chine and All Dainty Materials. fused by this injection of a fictitious Just now, however, tho profiteers of St. Catherine street. UMSvau returning, Her,' funeral took place Thursday religious , character into what is this country are giving an exhibition ; morning with requiem- hlgti mass. . YOUR GROCER HAS IT. purejy a fight for national rights of selfish greed that calls for Miss Nellie. O'Hara, Eatjfc Seventh and Elm. New Albany, 'left last such as wo went to war to vindicate. Thoir many jrlends tcnder heart. by .the power of the GovernMAGIC-KELLE- R Friday night for Torro , Haute to In the Western States I was ment; lest they stir up serious trouempathy to James and Mary sister, Marie Rose, formerly visit her invited to. state Ireland's ble by continuing to rob the people frequently INCORPORATED Miss Margaret O'Hara, at St. Mary's Jefferles, 425 West Bloom street,A from whom Death claimed their bocause from Protestant pulpits." of the' Woods. who arc at their mercy. Everybody, son, "Francis loved has to eat andnearly everybody has - Miss Nora Harlow has returned and J- Jeferles, The funeral was held Mr. and 'Mrs. SAVING NATIONAL JfQXOK. J-Saturday morning from Holy Name to .pay i. rent. - Which prompts, the from Now Yofk City. daughter: .Miss Joyce ' O'Brfen, '" . New Albany, have returned from, of churcn, itev. iatner Jonn O'Connor a committee's demand Catholic Tribune to ask have the The Senate Mrs. wecics democracy from a A. E. BroderlckInhas returned visit or jourBawling 10 reiaiives ana wicuiaum, nm '4wui "t,n ' that snamung do r.csioreu id vjuua Feopljj bf.thls'. Now York friends fti month's stay Grsen,. Owens- -' ' .A."i 1 T approved by-- a majority of the' power to, peacefuly shake off will, if ?. AndreS? F. Kremer beloved hus- boro and Greenvfle. For Vour Savings U. S. Government Protection. Miss Julia Mullen, of Jefferson"- . band-Krremef. of. Alarvt- Farrell Senators, do more to' make our na- the horde of vampires known as ville, is In Chicago for a three .,.. Mr. andMrs.'Thohi.as B. Spalding. passh ' f rom this life-a- t More than i.ooo Bank Accounts. reDrRsnnlinir innm naynu ...:i, ' an early tion respected the world over than profiteers? -, . weeks visit. of Lebanon, announce the engage'-- nour Tucsdav mdrnlnc. and the sad deposit of more than Sio.ooo.ooo, is the monument of .confidencB hniu hv ? prowess In the war ; and the our ment of their daughter, iMIss, ,Iary 31,0 to his many people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. MIGHT START PANJC. V?.s - Mrs. Agnes .McGrath " spent the Alma Spalding, to. Hugh Spalding nevs ,Waa a was financial strength our nation has years rrjcn(js h0 weektend innLexington, the guest of Clements, of Springfield, ho wed- - pld;an(1 hlB dealh u. attributed to UNDER THE BIGCLOCK developed under the stress of the , MARKET AT SECOND Reports from Washington, say. Mrs. Paul Keating. ding will tafce placp In the earjy ,nfll,in,i!na due hlw iidvnncaiatfn. conflict... Germany's tjtle.to Shan- that a project of vast proportion to , His funeral was held 'from St, 'John's. Miss Teedle Tierney has returned ian. tung was not as good as her title to force down, prices on the necessities yet the 'latter has ibeen spending a pleasant vacation ""Wednesday mining. ii. very pretty after Alsace, and of life and hold them in check In Honey drove", Texas, HARVEY-JELLIC- O wedding was sllenmlzed at Holy regarded as France's particular pending scryices over the reniains the ' restoration of normal Trinity church, this city, when Max . Pnneral Movnio f r.ncnln, Why has China been spoil of war. J .. . ' . Miss Alico "Flynn, East. Chestnut ttrv.l ArA nlfnn Tiea Trotifoa price .levels Is being considered by ? r ifT estimable young woman, were hem INCORPORATED) treated .differently? Suppose for j plan-I- s for street, Joffersonvllle, has" returned hi- ,i administraton. The Monday morning at "St. Martin's from a visit .to friends In Cincinnati William J. Hauer. moment that England should claim i Both young .cnurch; of she was a devout the Government, to establish retail are popular and manj al- - mmber a Tlch strip of Brazil as her legltl years stores throughout the country, Sergeant Carl P, Roth and Miss people tho ceromony and tendered rtA nni,tfirighe was twenty-on- e mate prey. Would the United States purchase food, ' clothing and other Agnes Roth spent last week In tended DISTRIBUTORS OF THE lniihtr n,f iClay fln(1 congratulations. May Oetwing, 501 South street, approve of the demand? Certainly Indianapolis, the 'guests of Miss necessities, in Immense quantities - 1I...IU. Tanlnn to whom "many extend their heart-- -j Laura Keen. not. Then by what extraordinary Mr. ana iur. uui in and retail them to consumers at , process of reasoning can our rep- cost. Mrs. Cary B. Taylor and little A step In this direction was Mrs. Eleanora. Idston and Miss m(zk ,c,arro, eJghty. M resentatives at the conference justi taken last week, when tho War De- Emma Ryan, of JeffjrsonvilIe, have daughter, Helen Florence Taylor, Place your next order witKT us. motored to Indian Lake, Mich., and fl Roso Kelly f fy their approval of the award of i partment JuHat announced that on Septem been enjoying a pleasure trip to were there the guests .of Mr. and kM Cunningham, mA Wlriona Lake. Shantung to Japan? Of course we MJf: 1046: South Seventh street, passed ber 25 it would open fourteen retail visit to Charles F. Taylor Jr.. and understand that the Shantung mat- stores for. the sale of surplus army Attorney Clem . Hucclns and Mrs. .Taylor in Chlrago. they re- - to ;her et(jrnal a llfo Wednesday. ,.. ter was already arranged. by secret clothing-an-d supplies. It Is noji mother, Mrs. Carolyn Hugglns, have turned Thursday to uejrapariraenc drvotIon end1ni church mied with and her t0 hbl.. , knowledge of the treaty without the proposed ;to extend this undertaking reiurneu iroin a monin s. sojourn at Jn tho Wnlsalneor-GAUlber.i. , Boiling Springs, Tenn. United States. That, however, does fby halvingyesterday morning with 'reauiem 7T7?Zy the Oovernmenf.resume , Mrs. Emilia Mattlngly this week ;,, . , not mean that our delegates to, the wholesale purchase on a iarge scale,, Mrs. G. A. Schinltt of Cf T Tinrtran'o and daughter,. jelosed her summer home at Weaue- - . peaco conference "were bound to', h Miss Irene Schmitt, 'have returned eonslng and arrived In Louisville open and keeping U16 stores g accept the arrangement. In to Ben at cost to the COnsumer, from Birmingham, where they visit- yesterday. Mrs; Mattlngly was he- 'Monday morning the funeral of We're Prepared to Do It Promptly ed Mrs. Daniel Uogan. approving of the Shantung award ,by Jier grandchildren, D cohipanied ,, p coomosVas held from This would be to substitute for Style. and in First-Clas- s the Senate Committee have taken a price regulation direct competion hy Msses Louise, wary ong ana 1, attended by many of Mrs. Fred 'Harlg and daughter, trlcia Hanlon. and thoy have opened-- th ., hraihrt,n and Did long, step towards saving" the naGovernment with retail stores. Miss Mary Teresa Harlg, will return their home on Third street, where tional honor and incidentally doing the,1s claimed " ,. CoQmea was. h t . where from that It would bo a today some Tryon, N. C, Hall. they they will be Joined later by the It spent time at Oak our country tho greatest possible remedy j. recognlj!cd a3 one ,of thet leadlng Misses Hanlon's father, Tho use profiteering. for Hanlon, who is now in ihe East service. The possession :of Shanphyflans of Kentucky.- - He W middleman, Mrs. M. J. Tierney tung would enable (Japan to exploit of the Government as a when the Jogephino Tierney, who have been survived Jby his wife, Mrs. Fannie" P. might, be discontinued Miss Marie Hohman entertained i. hnn .here China and- - eventually enable Japan present crlsfs visiting in Texas during August, at her home. 2328 West Jefferson rnmpH Jhas passed. It is. a will return home this month. !nere svmpatny. -. to organize the tremendous The evenstreet. Friday evening. very' fascinating scheme and itiftight Cards, BmI Heads, Letter; HeAds, Jng was spent in playing delightful j of hlna to furCther her de- prove offectlvo FAITH DID NOT WAVER. in lowering prices ' Miss Jano Doherty entertained at games and in dancing. The house , signs. The opposition of America, somewhat But what of tho retail her homo In Jef fersonvlllo at cards Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. o WIHI.m J.ginley. power of China to further her woro: might prove Saturday a'fternoon in honor of Miss ! business to which it Supreme Secretary of tho Knights Dance and Wedding Invitatiecs the resistance' of China a ruinous competitor? asks the True Anna Miller, of Poftsvllle, Pa. Edith rwft.JEi.Twif lii. Hoban, of Columbus. Archbishop Patrick J. Anna put Goraldine to Japanese oncroachnfents and rd york cu N that a Specialty. Voice. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Dant had It would, likely enough, and Martha Hohmann: ,n. tho abiutles of that a chepk on Japanese designs in other drive thpusands of small merctiants as guests for the past week Misses HohmannEmll Courte Jr., Leo A. Messrs. nr PHONE S46. K0M i.rn . , tTmo!,!mrn. directions. This would be serving to ruin and unsettle general business Lucille and Kathleon Greenwell and Schleman,,. Louis F. Dey, Robert. atlrt" th. J.H Thelma Boone", of Now Haven. America's, best interest. O'Bryan and Frank WeeSel. , condition's if the plan were under- which calirtor the .estab- iiwiujBUL n"9 ii.tnlAtimntMf TilcLf m ILVmah. ui ouifjc""";""j "e," mt.t . rati taken on a large scale. If It were Mr, and Mrs. Denay Hlnes and iu1B eUKKm-T"" an- - echools throughout the conntry, CHURCH AND. MEXICO. Rellly is, not then Its effect on prices would Misses Dorothy and Ernest Hines, 'DJerken to Leo disappointed." ArchHafrodsburg, whery notinced, the marriage ceremony,- - to "had ndt been has been a keen obMdnsdgnor; Kelley, President of scarcely ,be fplt.. Wo are inclined to are home from Georgo 818 WBClST GREEN BJCeiDK'r. thoy visited Mrs. Keenah. takerplace ,at St. Anthony's church bishop Hay.es. accomplishments of ot tho the Catholic. Church Extension thlnlt that tifie Government' has on Wednesday. September 24. Tne server Knights of Columbus and is Leo Mrs. A, McGrath, Mrs, Society, requests the presfl to state about all ft can handle at the, Is the daughter. of Mrs the v bo in tull sympathy "7.T their to proposed even present time without taking up the Meagher and Miss Virginia McGrath, Mark Ditfrken. of 4203 West Market understood that, In, spite of rumors and campaign necessary of Louisville, have beeu guests at street, and Is popular In Catholic galnt Bolshevism and other lorms If It be newspaper interviews to the effect retail '.business. ICNIGTnS ELECT OFFICERS. the Terrace, Petoskey, for some society. The prospective Kroom is a HIBERNIAN DIRECTOR! The letter said in that. President Carranza has or will or advantageous the Government can weeks. , . sou ,oi wr. iu. j.. ;. '"'!. "Having reviewed the tc-tTho annual election of officors of persecution laws 'of fix prices as it did on soma comv of abate the war was a member ot the nayy. i 'Better Will tfleddington left Saturday for He is an acUva worker in the ranKs " npffl ., 4hfl of u. v.her the order local Council 390, of the Knights of DIVISION S. Mexico against, the church, no step modities diirjng the war.activities. Columbus, took, place Wednesday J v Cleveland, and a ten days' trip I am very much pleased. I don't evening, and the "following were First and third Fridays, HJbsamita hae yet been taken to- that end. Tho that than unsettling, all business Detroit, and will to thc.gubst ot of the local Typographical. Dnron. be ; "a want to bo considered ono ot those elected to sc'vd tho "coming"' year 0 Home, Portland. N Constitution of Qiiefetaro is still in conditions and perhaps starting Peter Tlvenan, a, Louisville boy at VATICAN OTTOntS In the 'I told you class' tout 'from tho Grand 'Knigpht, Daniel W,. Lawler:' President Tim O'Leary. roree, and the special session of the financial panic by (wrecking-- .esta- Detroit beginning I had"5attfe in. the Knights Deputy Grand Knight, Raymond J. ' .:, Vice President Walter Murphy. "'James Slevln and assoelates, under. Mexican. Congress, which was to blished business concerns. Columbus, which never wavered Mr. and Mrs. William P. Mc- wiose.ausplces tha tour of tha Vati- of I have not been disappointed." Barrett; Chancellor, John .Financial Secretary John Brodpaw a decree for the removal of and N. George Warden, Butler; erlck, I860 Portland ayenue. Donald, former Louisville, residents, composed .of notable DHOP AVILfc COME. raligtou- - disabilities, has sot even A. Reoording Secretary John Treasurer, George Burkley; Financare. here on a vd< from Chicago, can Choirs, Basilicas, AND LILLE. FOR LOUVAIN ial Secretary, S. R. Hardman; Martin. and will remain for the State Fair sfngew from the Roman considered the matter, "nor was; It throughout America and Canada will Opinions differ as 'to whether a next week". D. J. Dougherty. Recording Secretary, WttMam Jans-y Treasurer inentloAed in the" call .Jwmad for On the first or the .second Sun- ing; Auyocate, jRsfy Sthiihniann; "Sergeant-at-Arm- s be.;'glvn, make the uthoratlve an- Martin Shee-hamay be expected In- - drop in prices day in September in most dioceses that Congress. All the .favorable Guard, J." L. Dlscher; Outside Mr, and Mrs,. Lawrence Welsh, Bouncement. xnai whs uhiiukuw"bu a collection will be taken up for Some ofjthose who Sieve Soon. organlatloni.under the leadershipot icatkHM are summed up in the fact Sentinel Thomas NoonerGuard, William Rellly j Trustee, n i, tha. two Catholic Unl- - Frank A. Geber. "Mr. Lawler, the stHdled. Ih'e aitHnen believe that who motored here 'from Indianapolis Right 'Rev. Monslgnor Raffaeie. to visit their brother and sister', that the Utehopa haye- been per prices,-.wilwill arrive in NewYork City versltles of Louvaln and Lille. Why newly elected Grand Knight, was a 0 even higher "hefore Mr. and Mrs. John MoGulre, have mitted, ot Teturri, but all. of them -i DIVISION 4. from Rome via Naples on the Belvl- - should we. do all we can to make populaT choice of the members, and they foil. 'Perhaps so; but recent returned horae. , are not. yet; in their dioceses. The dere on or about September 10. The this .collection a striking success? his untiring 'work and energy in be- Meets second and fourth Mondays, tq lower levels for ippint, opening- concert of the 'American tour Firstly, because It --has been asked, half of the council and (te projects Bertram! Hall, Sixth street. seized religious' buildings ,are still indications e, At- - any ?ate,Mrs. Thomas Moynahan, of has bsen set for Carnegie iai, xew of the hierarchy by the Pope him- has won large and faithful President John J. Barry. toy the Government. Ih iood JpiedueU soon. retained who. is visiting at Boston, York City, T(iesday night, September self.' Secondly, because it would'be following. hn a new drop will come; soener or jajer. Mass., Vice President Mark J. Ryan. . ' Grand Knight The "Sonora onljr one priest is pernted the Mercler, has been joined by her Iiust America, If Recording Secretary Lawrence v who calculate that Hiepresent band and their granddaughter, (Miss 18 Shortly following' tlie to, ew; York unlikewill be .with Cardinal fortnight is preparing his list ot committees Those us a out "6,000 people: Tha Soeton, who .tor concert the choir goes to at hte Installation ot D. Meany. ntlnue Indefinitely may Catherine Ferd. seals will wel- afferthe'coneotlon..takesplace.wereldmcerg where they will be otfleiaHy Uq name m loos trsesUoa' In Meidoo Is far wway aHd .Financial Secretary Thomas J. laevit-abl- e. comed and will appear, there": tatder not given inia .mam. ui ajuiimtuj. Lecturer, one that wHl arrange pro Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. from a 'ssUWaotory splutin. at the as well, take account, ot the ' recently re- the auspices ot Cardinal O'Connell. Thirdly.- because the effort, meda in grammes pleasing to all of the Creedon MoGaqb, return "to normal 'prices endTreasurer John F. Burke. present time. e'refsees servlee,. spent At a later date, the eho'Ir wil? visit certain quartersto "evaBgellze" members. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Conso ahafte. their, business affaire, as te' turned from in- JBhetbyVHkr, visltln BalUniore loir a obneert under the Northern Franes oaa. only be last week u nelly, . t(1 The rsekless his aanta, Mrs. John M. Casey and patronage of Cardinal 'Gibbons, prbfes-sor- s CK19I8. OAJMaD Jfev.jpufy for It t Vt vr by Catholic phyIskHis, Sentinel M. J. McDsrmott. STATION IN IIIHLAND. !oV lawyers cradiwted from the for. diseetef Mrs. Mlehael O'Sulllvan. peoHIKwr the remainder ot the American taad The Associated Press cables from .. l4e punitive eicpedltloa Into. CbnexHah tour arrengsHients are1 be' two. great, Cethollo universities: jind heip Queenstown that ar proposition te District' Council,' Misses - inr' ing completed in' erw city visited' Marguerite and Anna Mexicoursuit'".of the bandHs DKAMATJO JlHPAL. Plane establish an'aerlsl bise there1 where promised for the, projeet. ARK MANY. Oeyne.-'o, tor similiar recognition by tKe Atlanta, who were visite station to passengers traveling fcy airship, iroin con template who held 'two Atnerlcan . arniy-ing Misses Margaret ). and CsAhe-rln- s municipal anthoritieav- and the res an- airship carrying 150 aviators tor ransom has, ended. MloJuiet J. Ryan, of PhUadelhia, OrtboWcs of the Provinee of tfte United flutes may alight he - ident dignitaries of the Roman The Btnes, Hast Market street, JetDMer, Iretand, number over J00.000. been received, by the Cork Urban persons besides the crew. OethoUc Chureh. OKloers ot the expeditioo aay they j one of toe teish Freedom Commie- - tenonville. have ceae home. ' , I'll. t&t- -- that the bandit chief was Jicv. James Grattan My'then, an minister, of Christ Episcopalian, Episcopal church, Norfolk, Va., has been, speaking In favor o Irish free- dom, and In discussing" the rellg- lous phase of the Irish question ' - States gets much the ot the allied ruling governing trado.with German.- The adjustment .df the customs matter appears to ha;e given the business Interest of our allies a chanco for another coupe, against Americans. Under the, latest, .ruling the United States niust jay four ilmes as much on German imports as otfrer' nations. jSJvery advantage goes ,td other hands, and irt such a way that'the League of 'Nations wilL be impotent to prevent the discrimination. . '. "The Unflcd - BOYS WEAR I Boys Suits, of mixed cheviot; waist-lin- e models with i ,.fc' belt around, slash pockets, pants fully lined; in gray and o uivnih lino la a vjuuujf BU1UU1 auil kJUCCIal 31 9 $6.95 ISteHiJI,l r i dls-ea- se ! $12.50 BOYS' CAJPS - M Roth,-belove-d $2.06 E. .he.' I - HE WA5H INO MM, HSK-KnJL- FOR . self-denyi- I I -- Inter-vontio- 'n . .- I SOCIETY. ,- I - ... - ,.' ld BY SOAP WORKS J seven-year-o- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAaaAaaaaaAAaaS John-O'Bri- on -. . LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK -- i . - . , - 1 sWty-elc- ht , . I k - I T"tte Y.'r.,,',,r 1 in t.-- J ' - ,.! ( COAL CO. . ,.. QTJAJDr'TV SERVICE) T. ,''"'. . tlih Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Miss-Mar- y -ward eeeeseeeaes0sseyeee t. i'-- i i..u'f - ..' dis-'j-- ..?.,, WE WANT YOUR WORK . x--a- . ,...,, wi.r. ... r, tR-t- elt man-fcbw- er PRINTING -- ?a5ref.2:nil;,,P0?i:S!lt: :' - X & .U,,. -- ,, j,,,. A i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 1 bride-to-b- e. ifff w. 1, )) X le he --- -- - 1818-182- : . " Ia-dld- e. n. -- - - Oasl-mir- hard-strleke- l - -- - Jeffer-sonvlll- . . ' relr - -- . - -- com-ba- td . ---i- r .- - j f - j im l, aeeea-medat- - - , i - i . iLZ s&aforejoxrsr VYyyYVyVYYYVyVYYyVYYYYyVVyYVYVVyyMMyVYVVwVVVyi isnKr AJsan&xtT&AX ' '""'I' UTm "I i"ylfflHli88gB ilIiJMMCBMMBBM CLOTHES VALUE We would like to have you value our clothes by the service and satisfaction or tained. Good clothes cost less per month and less in the long run. Fall suits now ready moderately priced. School Suits Loads of Style and Service With 1 $7.50 wto. $20.00 Cv V' , jSHflBaaaaaaaaaMlHBul3HBaHBasKnutiaaaBBaaaBaaaB-r ii iii $25 $35 $45 . $50 ? fSf.? - - .JjaMapaaaaaaaaaaMBBaiiMiaiMaBaMawPaBBLc.yr-t.y .Oi? w (iiMaaaiaaaaawBiiiHiii "" " 1aaaa.iiii jy j in AMETtrCA'S iR-- 10 11-- 10 HgaiiMbin!iBilaW -- fjPvyl J- IAIUOEST SUBMARINE. Company directors in tho hands of tho British a freo and independent people. Wo believe that it is intolerable to and French delegates, he said. upstanding Ameri Mr. Walsh made mention for tho . In keeping with a complete store for the first time slnco the return of the cans to ask U3 to enter into any delegates to this country of a secret agreement under which any power, ' boys are Shirts, Shoes, Stockings, Hats, Interview they had whilo in Paris no matter how friendly it may claim l-- NORTHWEST CORNER TH1RU AINU JE.rru.Kaun with President Wilson. At this in- 'to be, shall have six votes to our Caps, Ties, Underwear, Collars, etc all y y y yy.YY- - For America Under the Proposed terview the President is reported to one, or under which tho power to, V havo asserted that the Irish people declare war or to control either , up to our usual high quality standard. Oovennnt and Jjeaguo of were entitled to self determination. directly or Indirectly our armies and When Mr. Walsh mentioned this na.vles shall bo placed In the hands Nations. interview he said he would not dis- ot a group of foreigners, or men outclose it to tho commltteo except in side ' of tho regularly constituted executlvo session for tho reason that authorities of our own nation. We Absolute Rejection tho Only Salvn- - It might prove embarrassing to tho entered tho war to end autocracy President; ho offered to give it to of all kinds and we aro asked to tion From Embroilment omorge from it by subscriblg to a tho committee in confidence. yon ipaat for sometalne you did not NEED would hara atartaa a That Leaguo of Natlops that Senator Johnson, of California, .and Trouble. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with thle bank; to bearlntereit COMPOUNDED promptly entered a vigorous objec- would give ovor to England tho .. ... a urns -waea your ... nr uui-m-h T tjll -- . k. tion to this proceeding, asserting aosoluto mastery ' of tho seas and Lna i Boys' Own Store and Barber Shop Third Floor. twlca a year; Thera MAY UUMii that under tho principle of "open make her a world power unequalled o( tha rauit ba ipent for soraethlK you DO NEED. Tha SAVING ow covenants openly arrived at," tho In the history of tho world in popDelegates Walsh, Diinrto and Ryan at commltteo could not accept the ulation, in territory and in dominion. dollari yon ara waiting might keep that "hard tlaae" from exec eomlag. Hearing Beforo Senate document in confidence. Tho com- We ask for tho extension of liberty, mltteo thereupon directed Mr. Walsh not of autocracy, and we urgo that Committee. to submit tho document for the no League of Nations which so Inter-Southe- rn record. There was some applause vitally affects tho sovereignty of when this order was made. Another America and which leaves tho people JAMES R. DUPFIN, President. Interesting point was developed by of Ireland in tho possession, of the SPEAK FOR VnOLE PEOPLE. Mr. Ryan when ho Informed tho governing class of England, can be LOUISVILLE, KY. committee that when tho commltteo right or can upinko for a just and Fifth and Court Place. requested an interview in Paris with permanent .peace. Wo insist that Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizetho President they were referred, to this is In no senBe a League of Naclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Absolute rojection of the League Col. House. He said Colonel Houso tions but is simply a cover for an policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the of Nations is the only thing' that treated them with extreme courtesy alllanco under American Life Insurance Companies giro it a posiUon of the very can save tho United States from In tho efforts they made to havo which the freddom of America would embroilment in tho warfare of their passports altered so they could be abridged and tho power of tho highest rank? Europe, representatives of the Irish go to Ireland. Col. .House also ar- governing classes In England permaCAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECrace told the Senate Foreign Rela- ranged ah interview for them with "nently secured." tions Committoo Saturday. Frank Lloyd Qeorgd, hut on tho day sot Bourko Cockran's speooli to the TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 P. Walsh, Edward F. Dunno and for the lntervlow Lloyd Oeorgo was committeo was frequently interruptMichael J. Ryan tho threo dele- unable to attend. ed by applause and at its conclusion TWO-PIECDeposit with the State of Kentucky under the. gates who went from tho United Mr. Jlyan told how tho Leaguo of Senators crowded about him to Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. SUITS States to present the cause of Ire- Nations covenant was adopted in congratulate him upon what they Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, land at the peace conference told tho conference. He said that after characterized as one of tho most or 20 per cent more than the law requires. THREE-PIECtho committee In burning words that It was read by President Wilson powerful arguments against tho For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, bo tho Leaguo of Nations must bo re thore was a brief statement by the Leaguo of Nations iheaTd slnco tho SUITS tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an IndependJapanese delegation regarding the fight started. Mr. Cockran arraigned jected hy tho senate. Judge Daniel B. Cohalan and prlnclplo of social equality and otie the peaco treaty and tho Leaguo of ent permanent income, address the Homo Office of the Company. WK ARE RESPONSIBLE. Bourko Cockran, of Now York, re by a representative of Belgium, ex Nations as the most dangerous proBEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. N LIFE INSURANCE CO. peated this declaration In. tones of pressing tho rogret that Brussels had posals ever mado to tho ..American Judgo Cohalan not been chosen as tho seat of tho poople. In his argument against solemn warning. LOUISVILLE, KY, said: "Wo insist that this League Leaguo of Nations; other delegates the Leaguo of' Nations ho said in of Nations is not a leaguo for peace, all ovor tho room were attempting part: "Wo aro here to protest to obtain recognition, Mr. Ryan Bald, against any treaty or Leaguo of Nabut is simply a cover for an INCORPORATED waved tions that would removo tho cause alllanco under iwhlch tho but Premier Clemonceau HAERY B. DRIVKR, President. freedom of America would bo them all asldo and refused to recog- of the Irish pooplo from tiho con" Mr. of tho 421 W. Chestnut St. abridged and tho power England nize thom. Then, according tothere science is ofin tho people. Our only Both Phones 2635. Ryan, hopo said governing .classes Clemonceau tho influonco of tho in Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and permanently eecured." Frank P. appeared to bo no objection, to tho American republic. I am an Irishdeclared man by birth, as well as by Blood, decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace overWalsh said: "Tho wliolo league is covenant and it was subversive of what thoso who adopted without a roll call or vote and the reason I am hero Is because I do not want to see tho country to hauled and cleaned. favored a League of Nations intend- of any kind. ed it to bo. Tho covenant Is either "Was there any difference be- which I camo holp destroy tho a thoroughgoing fraud or it Is a tween the way tho steam roller principles of right and- - Justice and If You Want tho Best We Have It. Btructuro of Ideals. It is not hard worked over there and tho way it is liberty as 'applied to tho Irish race. to find what is bad in tho covenant Eometlmes worked hero?" inquired Thoro con bp no peace throughout to see how rotten it is, that the Senator Borah. ' "Not at all," tho world until tho Irish question is CITY 2181 MAIN 2933 Ideals wo havo heard so much about responded Mr. Ryan, "and iwo who disposed of. Ono great difficulty INCORPORATED have nothing to do with it. It was had observed tho steam roller in In. dealing with tho Irish question is BROOK AND A STS. stacked in advance because of secret action in Chicago, Kansas City and to understand just what it is. What " MKfcf Sin.NKY agreements entorcd into and among other places wero surprised and is it that causes this Unrest in Irethoso who signed thoso secret agree- rathor admired the smoothness with land? We are told that the purpose DiiRMfc Is tho purposo of an Impoverished, ments wore tho representatives of which it worked." Wo carry a completo lino of Employer tho United States. God help tho During Mr. Walsh's statement, thriftless, lazy raco to Impose Its Books, Tablets, Pencils and Supplies. If You Are people of America if a dispute ever Sonator Borah inquired if there was will upon a prosperous hut helpless Ask to see our Special Clutch Pent, not some intluenco at work to t, minority. They say this because cil the children's delight. arises under Article X of tho And Need a Girl Worker, tho American delegates from Dlster, which opposes home .rule, and a dispute is going to arise Seo our line of Prayer Books and OR soon ovor Ireland. Unless the Senate obtaining a hearing on behalf of Is prosperous and wealthy, while tho Rosaries for the little ones. rest of Ireland is poor. But it tho pitches this covenant out of tho Ireland. Religious goods at tho lowest "Yes, we wore prevented by tho condition of tho rest of Ireland Is prices. If You Are Girl window it wiirforlng war." Mr. .Ryan told tho commltteo that representatives of Georgo v.," re- the result of law and of British tyranny, then we can see a different Rogers Church Goods Co. And Need a Position tho Irish people in the United States, plied Mr. Walsh. Judgo Cohalan mado tho opening light on tho situation. If It is shown havo never been so united on a .City 3359 public question as they aro on tho statemont to the committeo saying: that the unrest is the result of CALL US Main'3359 120 S, Fourth, Loulsvlllo, Ky. 10c Ml IIA'Iin "Speaking on behalf of tho great British rule, then English rule must question of tho League of Nations, Womin's Activities, and declared tho wholo thing should bulk of American citizens of Irish bo exterminated or tho Irish peoplo blood, who number npre than must die. You would not suffer a thrown out. National Catholic War Council bo Judgo Dunno asserted J, 5c 'A Ntr to Yott ai the Nearest PhoM of our population, wa are race llko this to bo destroyed; then that if tho treaty wore ratified tho United opposed to the proposed League of rlf you would not suffer it to bo 057 South Fourth St. Nations for many reasons, all of destroyed, Insist that it bot States would be bound to East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. tho enforcement of tho kind assist in which we hollovo vitally affect the ilVCU. 1'UU LUUUIiUlCUl4l UilruSOluli- FUNERAL FLOWERS Best Cigars ot military despotism that rules Ireland Interests 01 our country. Wo are Ity of England doing justico to IreCAMILLE DETERT, A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 to the creation of any land has been shown. When eho 'I"H"H"t"8" . today. He pleaded for rejection of opposed rTTTTTTTTTi Employment Bureau. super state or combination of na- tries to do it there aro forces in A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 tho entiro treaty. tions that will interfaro with the England too strong to pormit justico For three solid hours the sat in patience listening to tho Independence or with tho sovereign- to be dono. Ireland must be relieved ty of hto United States; that would ot this incubus. Sho can not exist eloquent appeal of tho Irish representatives for rejection of tho leaguo give over to any power or combina- under those conditions. Sho won't. Editor, has made scores of his covenant. Tho room, in which tho tion of powers any of tho rights for I do not believe all tho power on ' Round Trip-$2- . readers from 50 per cent to 500 hearing was held, was crowded to. which our forefathers struggled, and earth arrayed under this League of per cent, on investments, who have Throughout tno de- which .are p'axt of the Heritage of Nations can keep her submlssivo suffocation. buy STEAMERS ON followed his "tips" on what to poo feurth AwffwI3nWJ under this wrong. And tho same livery of tho, speeches there was and when to sell, in oil and mining KY. con bo said of America. She will as tho statements wore uDDlauso stocks, during past year. He knows America never remain submissive under a Ve telegraph riowora The spokesmen Brerywaer Queen City uttered. at- - any time askfor Ireland "Who's Who" in. the 'oil game. All great wrong. tho comIf yoii follow the did not strictly confidential information path laid down by this Leaguo ot mittee to raise Its hand in any At, 5 P. M. Every Friday. Year's subscription to Kentucky OH Nations this leaguo which is not movemont to bring about the freeJournal ? 2.- . .(Free with each new a league for peaco, but a league to They departed lr-- J!' dom of Ireland. T.l.PhoB. SSSSSr. subscription a beautiful map ot "prohibit peace then I can see no entirely from that lino of argument Isfrtwhf Md JuHral Hall SetHtifictky TnW S5-o-. Kentucky oil fields an .artist's idea . hopo for the human family." and mado their case solely upon the of an airplane view of the State, ground that tho "interests of the Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsty MEET THE BOAT TRIPS worth 5; 14x22 inches.) Write REFUSED. SANOT whole people of the United States copy 16 pages, Cbirvyodiat for free sample Every Sunday at 9 a. m. from Third requlro that tho treaty should not 2 illustrated, 507 undertaken, by the River, speakers said accepted. The camnalEn and be The building, Louisville, Ky. National war Council against the Starka that they spoke for twenty million Phone Main or City 141, persons in America of Irish ancestry, exhibition of moving pictur6 films, BmiIiB which violate every rule of decency, and from the siauuputuk ui these Bath Pb.'t. m ala apparently been effective. The has the.. Do You Want to Sell or Buy Federal iPubllc Health Service has the announced through' iho press that continued peace and safety of the MEN'S BLACK OR TAN do tou want- to Sara" orox uy jjuiuu. it will not hereafter sanction or x can Hell or. Trade find a jAP9Bvyi IBarAgafl give approval to any film involving-thBuyer for your Business, Farm. Mine The tory of the trip to Paris by sex appeal unde'r the gutee of KflBk j 'LOfcFfirLLS ?ronfrTerlnavef the three American representatives promoting "social .health," every Jclnd For Sale In al- - was related In detail, as well as the prles any of pill wity VBXBBBBBSBBsi part of .Kentucky, Indiana trip they made to Ireland to moat W liava the latgaat IndeDOWN AS TRUE. Henry nthea States. i,B'ni U mnr,U f pendent rord Xepalr Shop la ...ito. To" Bay the olty. Germany waa (winning that war It Yoh Want or Private or U at of British, cruelties agajnst the Oar modern faolllttec mean Auction Sale "' story TVw the Yanks got over. Europe has till ThM native population? Afoot of the niatwa killed rvloe At rMioaaMs Xl 9ms vto They work like a "charm. th7 lookihoea are world itu4 ta Write or Call wall and U7 ooit., admitted that and history will eet it was told in humorous vein and withbosg-of rvloa. They are aeetraet g ST OUK HUCM nUf KICV4 IMAT N im r American sup'down as true. The, X out bitterness. Mr. Walsh was severe Every box sold to satisfy aal train for aarrlea aaa tfcwr "Amy Make Oar Xowta fit" BlTVnmM XXOXAlfftS fl II : port turned the tide. We all re(n his arraignment of the peace, contaat atrrlce. or your money refunded: Chateau-Thierr' AmeMoveer tad el XHte We will member ference, which he characterized as-SPALDING SHOE CO. DUGAN GARAGE always remembw it here in America 2 farce. A't so1 time, ha said, did LOTJISVILLB TRUST BLDQ. For Sale by Your Druggist wamrxmrTx a as we remember Lexlntoa and ttte sums IRA. J. DUOAN. the AmeriMUi d4efft6 to the con-fr- CAHUfH..4S M4C Mf Cumb. neA, Main 2$0 Out et the HJgh.Reat IXairfet Shop Foreman and JOmmtm ! Alamo. What 0n. Hate aays la in Jmve anything to say' about Wamo Pfcone, City Mil. packages. raw iTNiMW elap trap of a Britlaa only disposed of. K T Waat t Xtet irttk Vs, . the important mattwmmy UU l SOUTH BKDOJC STMpf' ' ' dummy They were m - e atotiat. N. i"V - CUNNING, LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP taking the water at her launching at tho. yards of the Pore River Shipbuilding Tho Is fitted with tho newest devices developed during tho war. at Qulncy, Mass. Tho Thoroughly good in every detail are these Suits for "Young America's" Study Days imart in appearance, sturdy built. And no store anywhere can near equal the display of clever 'models one and two'button double-breastetwo and three-bultowaist-seaand belted styles; of strictly weaves; in the new fall shades of green, blue, tan, brown, heather mixtures' checks andplaids. Sizes 16 to 18 Years d, n single-breaste- d, m, body-tracin- g all-wo- ol 2-Pa- nts Suits $15, SEE WAR $18 and $20 WW'' -- The Last. Dollar I I A Levyat .TJnird Bros Market Life m s Ky. Title Savings Bank Insurance Co, and Trust Co. s 1 d, Anglo-Americ- an MEN TRY US $1.25. E E -- $1.50 INTER-SOUTHER- Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. Aiiglo-Amorc- an Positively Only Ten Days More For $1.00 ONLY $1.00. OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER CO. E. G. HEARTICK . SCHOOL DAYS an I SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash Little covo-pan- pro-ven- a Worker L 00 Made! you-mu- st t. com-Itt- eo OLD MAN HARRIS $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 and J I LOUISVILLE, ASSORTED NUTS" - K" a CORNS,BUNIONS i 411-41- Inter-Southe- rn S TRY c hcr that I FORDS REPAIRED I gs5?2 WtfigSZS? ' - &!& d.lrl BSBBBBBBBBBsl tt in-a- na "the WORKSHOES $3.50 $600 T-- K ISIIfl 701-70- ce JiW 'th' 25-fce- nt .'. fc r .!&.. 4 J ..' " l ...-- - - ICBOUOMTir IRISH 3 RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American, are earnestly urged te patronize advertisers wheae announcements tbey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Hoke Glasses to Meet the Requirements of . i Oculists' Prescriptions. AMEICAK. SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR IP'vP 1' B "'" ''? '"f'fa "" M'" sbbH rM A '' fW- fl ' ' tl'jBll BStiBaaaal Ml ssBbsB LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY "!& pP P' fn iMHssasksisHIBsisBHLLsW aBBBBKnSBBBBlBBBBBllBBsHBSSBBBSBSBBBB SEPTEMBER 8-1- 3, XJaH HsbsUbIbeIbbbbsbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbSbbbeIbbbbbb $110,000.00 IN PREMIUMS. 1919 ASK ANY OCULIST OI3 FOURTH AVENUE REPAIRING THE BALL. OPTICAL CO. WVffi1tif$MfiBJkitfjLwk sm MHHHHHLISbHK BBBBBBBBBsksAflBSsBKaniSjB i"-- JHtf'I.HaKBflaHaHtHaiflKEBaaaaaBft A SssMssssssssssKIIIvsssKsBbs1bss1sB OPP. MAItY ANDERSON WELDINU iBBMBBBBBBBtMBPS HWjBKl jB BafflBtMHaaaB UFw 8Hf sssB n.RlrB Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Oars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING $10,000.00 Saddle Horse Stake. $20,000.00 Beef Cattle Show. $20,000.00 Fatted and Feeding Cattle Show. Biggest Baby Health Contest ever held in State. Boys' Corn and Pig Clubs Display. Automobile Speed Contestsforlarse purses bv world's famous drivers. Trotting and Running Races. High-clas- s and Hippodrome attractions. Mid-wa- y AUTO Both Phones 2300 ELDING & REPAIR GO. ERNBST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, Kt I flP-- On Sunday. September 7. 1919. hear Sacred Concert by Seventy-firs- t Regiment Band, Lieut. Eben, Director. Forty Musicians. Professional Vocalists and Immense Local Chorus. SPECIAL I E&WTJOBICN . L PROPERLY Road Service. IS or CHEROKEE ICED TEAS CLEANED, PACKED BLENDED ASK YOUR GROCER. Home City 8300 ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Some Phone Shawnee 1010 riiggggaBgHW'iBSaSBHslBagaslBaBBsssME VICTO RiY FETE. BASTILE Photograph of tho great bastlle day parado In Paris. In view tho American division 13 marching up Every American the Champs Elysees from the Arc d'Trlomphe, tho 'battle flags In plctu resque display. who marched la more than six feet tall. This ls tho first time that other than French troops have pass- ed In procession under tho famous arch. 'm1 m?. ' lW i' b M "HMsiWP 'llaaaiaaaMaallMMMIaaMMMIffaMlilHIllli -- Lt- JJbsVB l'ZZr-- ' Other Information, Wrlto FOUNT T. KKEMISR, Secretary. 004 Republic Bdildlnir. Louisville. Kentucky. REJDCCIJD RAILROAD RATES. For Catalogue nnd . ' r" AMERICANS IN 1P1ARIS D-A- JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 941 South Third St. THIRD FIELD MASS. A Held mass wlll be celebrated Sunday morning, September 14, at 10 o'clock at Glenwood Park, which will bo a part of tho soldiers' and JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. SAM sailors' welcome celebration to take Are Already Operating Twclvo Largo Headquarters' for place in New Albany, September 14 CONTRACTOR, FOB. PROPERTY And Snccessfid Camp AND FARM CTTX to 17. This was announced at the Schools. anything In real ALL KINDS OF OONORETB WOB services Sunday moraine at Holy Sea ua about Trinity and St. Mary's churches, of estate. We sell, Buy and rent. New Albany;St. Mary's at .Navllle-to1815 S. Tweaty-sLrt- h St. - 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. and St.City 4464. Home Phone Homo Phone Shawnee S68 Tho mass will bo celebrated In Graduate Nineteen Fully Equipped thahksglvng for tho return homo of SEE POOLEY FOR.MONKY. Chauffeurs1 From Camp tho boys from Floyd county who WM. P. BANNON Loans to those haying regular inserved in tho world's war. An altar Dlx. comes or salary, with no publicity will bo eroded in tho southeast part to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER or red tape. Loans of tho athletic field in Glenwood n their personal security. Park, where the structuro will have Brook and Bloom a natural background, consisting of Rank With Best Business and Tech-F. R. FOOLEY, treos, and will be protected from Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. IB 1 Room 1, Cdurler-Journnlcal Institutions in tho sun. The mass will be jslvcn Street. 415 S. Fonrth under the auspices of St. (Mary's and Civilian F,lcld. Holy Trinity churches jointly. Tho Home City 2803 will T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR .WORK A SPECIALTY choirs of tho itwo churches from furnish tho music, while hoys Incorporated. the congregations will servo at the SERVICE MEN ONLY ATTEND. FRED HORNUNG, JR. mass. Provision "mil.tyo mode for SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 men and PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING tho comfort of tho older congregawomen of tho respectlvo 712 Wost Jefferson Street Both Phones 4202 tions, BOO chairs .to bo placed for A class of nineteen fully qualified their convenience. This week In Louisville, Ky. vitations woro sent to tho different chauffeurs graduated ifrom tho K'. of "SOUTHERN STAB" churches and organizations of tho C. technical school for service men Home Phone Shawnee 803 cities and towns surrounding New at Camp DIx early last week. They . SLICED BACON HENRY GOSS Albany to have their membera at are some of the 300 men, including Roofing, Guttering, Spouting tend tho mass. It Is expected that Major Gen. Halo, "All Ready for Your Griddle 1b the. of Tin Roofs Repaired and PalnteC several thousand persons will be tho camp, who have in command Morning" loamed, through nresont at tho service, which will tho K. of C, many useful things LARD, SAUSAGE HAMS, Asphalt Shingles 'a Specialty LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. be tho first of tho kind to take placo they would not havo known If they In that part of the State. Tho had quit the army when their disincorporated of tho mass will be one GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. celebration attractions of the (wel charges could have been obtained of tho chief without taltlne advantage of tho DEAD ANIMALS Incorporated. an unusual - come, A field mass Is others have kechnlal courses offerccd by the service, and only two A. Lazar, Manager CASH PRICES PAH) knights. HIGHEST been (Dlx in the Stato, of In In Camps City 721; Monoy Advanced on Your Plain Note diana,celebrated Indianapolis and tho tho Knights Davens, now and Upton ono at Call Homo Phone operating are 312 West Jefferson Street Thero schools that rank with some of the Cumb. Phono Main 721. other one at Evansvillo. (Second Floor) wero 252 Catholic boys from Floyd best business and technical institu LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Home Phono City 2967. county In tho service, a large num- tions in tho civilian field. Nono but ber of them taking part In some Of service men attend these schools. NATIONAL HATTERS engagements in Of course in tho schools operated In tho Important HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Home Phone City 1931 In addition this county K. of C. extra camp buildings, such Prance. TOM TOLAK1S, Prop. furnished five K. of C. secretaries; as the largo K. of G. homo on 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. one K. of G. chaplain, and two Berkoly street In Boston, numerous All Kinds of Footwear For the Family Pressed While You Walt. members of tho church served as dishaTcgcd men are pupils. At all Suits Whole Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Red Cross nurses. Two boys woro tho camps above named the Knights Two HAMDLY'S Stores rou Walt. Soldle-r- .Uniforms and killed on the Held of battle, ono of havo expert tutors, whose work has Hats a Specialty. Shaw. 1716 and Delivered. Our Work Called For the secretaries died of disease whllo been designed by one of New Eng2Cth and Portland. Motto: "Service, in tho service, as did also, the chapCity 7164 land's leading educators (Michael 18th and Magazine attention and Quality." lain. Tho two hoys killed In action J. 'Downey, of tho Massachusetts wore Herman Bauer aad Victor J. State Board of Education and DiTHE SIGN OF QUALITY orars yjiovxsiarp AiMousm Rellly. Tho K. of C chaplain who rector of the Boston evening Incorporated Olghl'd 7413 died was tho (Rev. Father Justin schools. East 180 Butler, of ait. St. Franojs College, tho "Wat CrgMtted At Kelly Field, Texas, J0"Jmow!l KENTUCKY and tho K. of C. secretary was G. Knights have for months been X. M.XU Edgar Gregolro. LAUNDRY operating what Is probably the only CO. camp law school to give diplomas. and Other Tenoaal Oa raraitar Property at FIGHTS FOR RIGHTS. Two hundred and fifty men have Incorporates been graduated from this school, OWXSX ATB 2 fifty years seventy-flv- o For seven hundred and of them officers. COLEMAN BUILDINO OBderhlll St. Prof. G. M. Hayes, of New York, Ireland has been fighting for tho Qeo. Dearborn B. H. COR. THIRD AND, JEFFERSON Tho supervises the educational work of ono right of Both Fhonee ittt Manager military forces of a neighboring na tho Knights in the Eastern camps. tion have effectively striven to bring Beginning with one or two soursea, Madisy Hotil and Rsstiurant JNO. P. MORTON & CO. it about that the will of that nelgn-- such as typewriting and business boring nation and not tho will of English, the Knights havo extended INCORPORATED the Irish people shuld prevail. It their camp curricula so that now Right Services they several wage earning half meant seven Established 1S2G. JLeoia villa, Ky. has of strife: it and a.meant centur trades,Includemost popular of wiilcn Right Prices seven the has ies and a half centuries of agony such is automechanlcs. Day and Night OFFICB OUXFITTKBS as probably no other nation has en"In the K. of C. schools," says PRINTERS dured. Still that Indestructible de- Daniel J. Sullivan, of Boston, the 620 WEST MARKET ST. STATIONERS in a separate man who had the first vision of sire for national existence, is as strong to- what could be done In an educa Both Phones 2406 THE VERY BEST day as It was at the beginning of tional reconstruction way for the Jk 0O tho contest, even stronger, for the men In the camps, "our aim hwj national consciousness of Ireland always been to give tho service man Adolph Restllager has grown increasingly with .tho a new weapon to go out and fight INSURANCE struggle. his way up in the world. As far TORNADO, LIABILITY AND The Irish question is essentially back as the spring of 1918 wo a question between two nations PLATE GLASS planned our school system. There SOFT DRINKS between Ireland and England. They were many difficulties in tne way 123 SOUTH THIRJ gTRSSBT you that It Is a question of putting it through, hut the boys who tell between different sections of Irish- have shown a desire to go to. school SAVIFGfc LOUISVHjLjI SOUTH M. men or that it Is not a political but on this side under the same BANK AND DEPOSIT a religious question, are saying that auspices through which they reWHOLESALE) TOBACCONIST which they must know Is false, and ceived comforts and consolation on Fourth and Central Avenue have but one purpose to deceive, on "Saving Three Per Cent. Paid in Aiko.aivR All whose knowledge of 08 Wst Mala Street Banking BusiA General Deposits. frlsh history and Irish conditions Is Louisville, .Ky. ness Transacted. limited to tho scrappy and misieaa Ine acauaintance which their daily newspapers gives them. They say JOHN B. WATHEN era HOUSE FOR SALE. that this demand for an Irish ReFURNITURE MOVHR aad PACKER public springs from religious causes, WAGON OR VAN cottage, 1236 Five-roothough they won Know tnai mis movement had its origin in rroies 2625 West Walaat Street first-cla- ss Hull street, $2,100. A tant Ulster. Wolfj'Tone, Lord PIGNiC PARTIES A SPECIALTY bargain. afn all the greatest Home Phone .Shawnee 1986 of the United Irftlyneii were Protestants. MltchalUvtB, Martin, JWHCHrtfYOWQ Phone Shawnee 42. Smith O'Brien, the greatest of the ssflUssfli Young Irelanders, wore Protestants. flVJ fBslssI 1J Both Butt and Parnell were Protestants. rkesM We Are Motor Doctors, Skilled Ex- Many who Joined the present Irish rkmi1 Volunteers and took part in the pert Are Ready to Serve You. Bght against England were ProUT US KNOWmoving with Full lias 'of Tires, Tubes and Ac- testants. The movement today con-is Local and lone distance Motor vans. Furniture. PjWnR" cessories. Tires aad Tubes Vulcan-lie- tains manv Protestants and Itsany All work jtuax&Bteed. accidental and not in chefully furnished free of paired. Batteries charged and re- Wrelvessential to the political issue sense fears. between Ireland and England that A. A3WrOI. fc MX PORTLAND AUTO BBFATO COi, political divisions' Internal the ATOVMV among Irishmen themselves should . .877 TT., Tweaty-Sixt-ii (Incorporated) St. -roughly correspond, to ,the two lines , 4 Wet Mttm ,of division of rejlgtoua beliefs. Britttd ish propagandists make use or this Kftlional Roofing ST.- XAVIER'XOLLEaE coincidence to deceive the , world particularly the people of TW a hw ct W, SMfttwari SsaemrtMs. X - and America. "Were, the whole Island JMU, oppose SLauL 2eV TiislisTsi Protestant, Baataad weald Mafc, Coal Tar, (A BaeetaUr), Irish ledeaeodeace Just' as bitterly; M she 'opposes it how. Is there any W. ' 14MMt Mate 14M&lMmm' one who doubts it? HKaTlialiiHli. rtMKMO--Olt? w K. OF C. PI3K TIRES ACCESSORIES L. ROBERTSOr . n, - Mary's-of-the-Knob- s. " al 1-- 508-51- the other side." In Boston wo are planning to havo ono of the fcest equipped automechanlcal schools in the world." SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Tho Knights' chauffeur's course, Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting Tenches which includes a thorough knowledge of general motormechanics, and kindred subjects. takes a man In camp about three Day and Night classes tho year round. Our system Is right; months. Mathematical courses take our prices are right; wo treat you right; Enroll any time. longer. Many privates, especially at J. D. CREAGER, Prln. Fort Hamilton, whero a K. of C. school did remarkably effective work, iiavo gono up for examination and won commissions after receiving mathematics in an intensive K. CICJAXBTTES CICJARS of C. course. OV in DOS With their schools In operation 10c Piedmonts file, 3 ... nr Amorlcan Special, 5o oo ror $2.00 at Camp Leo and those operating 20c Piedmonts lfio Kramer's Snoelal. Eo Z.QO or being established In 2.00 lOo Chesterfields llKe. 9c, 3 for 25o "icl 6 camps, tho Kniehts 20o Chesterfields or 2.UU '..'...' ICo rinSkrv"0 2.00 will soon have on their rosters ap iuu j. avorues yc, 3 lor zoo surprise, Go 2.00 proximately lo.ooo service men at a zuc i'av.oriica 2.00 .ico Bob "White, 6o ,16a Pat Carroll, Co i 2.C5 time. And this work Is altogether 20c Camels lCc Dan'l Boone, 6o 2.65 apart from the K. of C. supple 20c Llickv Strikes 15c London Life He, 2 for 2Gc 'Kramer's Extra, Co 2.65 . mentary educational system now be- iff. TnttA Qlbson Girl, ,.. 2.65 IGo Mecca 14c, 2 for 26a Palma Villa, Co ing put into effect. 2.76 20c Fat ma , lEo Old Virginia Cheroots, ...9c, 3 for 25o The commander at Camp Devons loc neimar PACKAGE TOBACCO issued an official 'booklet concern- 16o Turkish Trophies t 14c, 2 for 25a He 2 for 25a ing tho K. of C. school, in which 20c MouuL J0' i i0T i8o XT. S. Marino 26o Plus ..9c, 3 for H ,18a ho stated that the Knights had 20c Murads Fags "....', Brothers ....... ...9c. 3 for 25c 20o Windsor .lCc Five Hillside Old 9c, 3 for 25o full charge of all educational work 10c Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 3 for 2Eo In that large camp and urged every TWIST IGo Tuxedo (cans) 14c, 2 for 25o rii'an to take advantage of the busi- lOo 14c, 2 for 25c Allen' County . ....,. .9c, 3 for 2Go 16o Velvet (cans) ge 10c Tuxedo ness and technical Instruction lOp Shepherd .'...9c, 3 for 25a CIOABS offered. 10c Itallroad 9c, 3 for 25c Book-keeping, SMOKERS; ATTENTIONI V mId-Wester- n rn 1 ,.. .., ;. RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE. -- -- The Irish nation lias never been guilty of religious intolerance. Whenever the native majority wero in power, they decreed full religious as well as full civil equality. When subject to (English rule, or tho Tule of tho narrow governing class, this majority experienced on account of their Teliglon the intensity of which has scarcely an equal In all tho revolting annals of religious warfare". FREXCn TOAST. Ono egg, threo slices of bread, teaspoonful of salt, few grains of pepper, one tablespoonful of milk. Beat egg slightly, add salt, peppor and milk. Soak bread In mixture until soft, cook, on a hot, well greased griddle; brown on one side, turn and brown on the other side. T.hls makes a siiltablo breakone-quart- er 10c Booster lOo lOo War Hawk 10c Red Bud lOo Tribune .... ., Bourbon County TOBACCO CHEAPEST No. 1 Of 60 for 26o Chesterfield, 10c, 3 for 25c, Box ..S4.15 or for 26c Quail, 10c, 3 for 26c, or 14.16 for 25o Key West, lOc, 3 for 25c, or ....$4.16 for 26a Optimist, 10c, 3 for 25c, or S4.1G for 25c Don Mlnardo, 10c, 3 for 26c, or. ..J4.15 STOKES IH THE CITY, WATCH US OBOW 9c, 3 9c, 3 9c, 3 0c, 3 9c, 3 AMERICAN S. W. Cor. CUT-RAT- E Preston & Jefferson Wo. 2 W. W. Cor. Prestoa r. J. KREMEB b CO. TOBACCO STORE Sc iltierty Met Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where 614-02- : on RIUTLINQIR FIRH EPPINQ'S J. BUCKNER ASSORTED NUTS m pp I Mwzr AUTO OWNERS d. Be-ftSt- ia 0. SttpplyCampatiy - Jl vm r iBPlRXiPftiiSZ ' I mil ll'l JM-T- tho homo is Where work is quickly brightest ; . done; Where tho work la Whero cooking seems The French short skirt will not lightest; real fun; prevail hero. Where tho meal Is "9K25Qicill Imw. I B Whero baking gives deCombinations of material are cooked best; light; , much. In vogue. Where tho rango stands Whoro drudge Is out of Jileteor satins of all kinds are bethe test sight ing combined with jets and browhero That's tho That's whero the cades and metal cloths. 'Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes The hat that turns away from in. la. the face, built of black velvet, Quick Mal Gaa Hastes Sold. Installed aad Highly ReconiEaaadad seoms destined for first fashion. The modern Paris lingerie Is fantastic to tho point "ot Indecency and W, MARKET ST. sometimes monstrous In the eyes of those who lovo beauty. You 'will prolong the life of your black silk stockings If you soak' them M. i. BAKNOM, PniMent and Kiiugtr. P. IANN0M. JR., VIci Pm. 31 Treit. .overnight In cold water before wearing them tliu first time. ' Your evening gown may uo a blaze of color or a mass of solid You can't go far wrong in black. this moment of infinite variety and Sewer and Calvert. Pipe, choice. IBaaaoa's Patent Lidded Pine for Steam Conduit. It you would have a own of Wall Coping. . Drain Tile. Vitrified BrlcV. 2 chiffon let It puff and puff whore It it x will, lor it couldn't neip out be atop Fire Proofing", Flue Lining", Fire Brlcb the mode If It Is permitted to fall Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. 2 as gravity dictates. There are gowns that follow the OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Handarln lines of tho orient and PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07, there are others that are as imitative of nothing so much as the days WORKa-Thirtea- ath aad Breckiaridga aad Ninth aad Magaolla. $ of Marie Antoinette and her charm-'e- d Versailles. o 4t It appears that women will return to chemises. Thero is this short tittle shift which reaches to the For Rent, Sale or knees, is ruffled or embroidered, and Exchange. Is girdled at the bust. It has shoulder straps and no sleeves. $5,85 AND UP (Millinery allows tendency toward extravagance of trimming. Materials such as atin find themselves ini unrunATiw allied to diminutive steel, Jet or Both. Fhaaaa 135 333 W, Maia Street opaque beads. And 'it Isn't at all surprising if atop all this is a crown of the softest and most alluring W. Gt RORK. Pr.tU.nl. HBRBKRT JENKINS. Sc. nd Trcu. tulle. Concerning the hats which are. VULCANIZING CO. promised for next month there seems INCORPORATED to be a golden mean struck between the diminutive iiat of late autumn GUARANTEED VULCANIZING and tho large and drooping hat of early summer. Indeed we are be- Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway ginning to ce what might ,be called Homo Phone City 2511 Louisville, Kentucky the large email "hat. there Is nothing. For rsmar.tnw smarter thaa Iiore straw. It ust Isn't outdone by anything living at the present 4n the millinery world. Sometimes the trimming rises all? Funeral Directors Tuptly In tha back, or again you ge. R slanting dawn t one aide or " up In the other. Aad U it Embalmers. ""i close to tfce . small hat, wfelek ' INUK1UN BUlLl)JNCr h(e leek to it that Wd, them Is a. wi AsvmmJM ,a jnwahwowna would rtt admire -: r feattM. aad to FOR WOMAN'S EYE. fast or luncheon dish. lifcrifcK I cc oUIN, IP. BANNON J 1 PIPE CO. F 1573-178- jQK FANS QHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. WEST BROADWAY H.BOSSEaSON FRED ERHART and ARCHITECT . '"' io :" . 43ua t . "rf"-'-i - .v '...'j. ' ,' ,r. ' . !, i. e pTiwtfiirir i.rrnA!. iimrrrFTaw! .in u, ,ij.-.'i,. . "- - , ''"'. ,. ...' . - ' ""- - '. -- . , ,, -.- .nirm . :'v .. ..vftsiu .f. ww'n, .:,J- .itjir: oa. iv, - 9M mtk-j... aoaHiiBMiiyiiiii1 m - . ' , -- x r f- - V.. "?' -- i-l- . . V St - - - nrr ", "" . '' " ' ei & KrasrjorcioKYTvas ; , - v- MVL.M I A HERO AFTER. AIAi. When iDad iwell' and 'going; " I . Anti never had a nolldar. The bills were fettled: 'right along Ho. aaya seemed4o" find & ,wy. He Jclckfed because my ' . And ,.,out,N altoes'woro 1 . U JDt Dd -- gooh old seout, I"'gu ess we'll, all agreje ib ,that. price of' Wtsr's hat; wiiilrlfi'iJSfraa M. r tee tS&Jmmi . . Sometfmes"when we wqijid.vhave :to And dinner woiild be'.gfettlng cold, Ma scolded Dfid for ibeinlatei 'N I'll tell the world that Ma ban v scold. I guess she often thought he lied When 3io was trying to- - explain; Ono night last week lie nearly died, Hut now they say he's n ".the gain. flk. ".. Am sK'T r w - :. 'And, He's been in bed a month. , oh two gee',the stack of' "bills we've. goti . It's lucky that he'a pulllh' Jthrpugh'', Because we need him jhre allots Ma used- to say ho 3ia"dxno right To be a fool like other.men She always worried when he'd light Another stogie, now andj, then. - i. v .li '3- -jytTT ' uftsyv' ?gM STATE FAIR. bp" MBStB'kfSr,m uHL' JrT,IIIIHiHi Extreme value; foot comfort and long" service conir bined with an unlimited stock to choose from, make "Boston" shoes the popular choice for School wear. BIG EXCURSION probably thb last And TWELFTH I heard her last night, when sho ' -. v. snoke To Doctor Griggs concerriln' J)ad; Clia TIUSYEAR'S One does TO SOUTHWESTERN KENTUCKY OIL' FIELDS sail lii onuniiul to" want to inspired prophet to predict that a farm tractor demonstrations will -- ." smoke, now record in State Fair.'' history rank high among the exhlbltiqnal And that's a sign that made her will be staged in Louisville in the features. glad.4 week beginning .next Monday. While the fair of 1919 will The Sis nurses him and strokes lijs head, farmers of 'Kentucky are not only pass all its predecessors from sur? the And we Jiavo alL been f indln' out, prosperous, but-- they share the serious viewpoint of utility or as &' Since 'Dad's been sick and nearly mental relief all classes of the great educatohal agency and as a dead,. "v people ha.ve'derlVed irom the return stimulus to increased food (produche's a pretty, 'good old scout. . , not need to an products will keep pace with it. The side. Tho ltvo stock display will be a wonder and tho array of farm S2.50 TO S6.00 ,5tf X m a " That ' . S. E. KIser. of: Edward 'Fitzpatrlck,. for (many years ono of the most widely lrnowji LEAVING LOUISVILLE. AT 2:20 ? newspaper men in the Falls Cities SUNDAY MORNING, RETURNING SUNDAY EVENING arid a frequent contributor to the colitinns of the Kontucky Irish TRIP INCLUDES American, died Saturday .afternoon n at his home in New Albany Visit to the Moulder Leases 3000 Barrels, Illness of over a year1. "Mr. Fitzp"atrlck was sixty-on- e years old Visitto the Butler Leases 4500 Barrels. and was born in Corning N. Y. In early childhood lie moved wltfli his IN THE STATE. BIGGEST parents to Jcffersbnville, whore he grew was Oil Pool, Augie paper to manhood. Heaways a newsGainesville OIL Pool, Scottsville man by nature, reliable Airplane Oil Pool, Adolphus Oil Pool. and just, and therefore enjoyed a McReynold Oil Pool, respect acquaintance and wide FREE TRIP all expenses paid if you buy Air-pla- among public men of hoth Kentucky and stock at fifteen cents par value Airplane has ago Indiana. More than thirty years Mr. Fitzpatrlck was married io 21 wells 357 acres 16 wells on pump and pipeline, Miss Helen Doherty, New Albany, fie lived in that 1550 oil tanks capacity one of the best equipped leases and "tlfliehad this marriage. city from of the I want you survives him, He also is. His wife 3n the State -- see.it compare it witlTothers. survived by a brother, Joseph Fitzpatrlck, to see what the company has to offer to investors, and a sister, Mrs. A. R. Duble, both , Call at my office at once for full, particulars or pf Jeffersonvllle. Mr. Fitzpatrlck will was a,r nieriibor of Holy Trinity write and arrange to join one of these'excursions. chuf ch in "New Albany. Ho also was Yours for more Oil and dividends, do us both good. a member of tho Ameriean-Irls- h ho for F. L. Old Man, Harris-41- Historical Society, foistor.wihich the wrote much on tho of LOUISVILLE, KY. Irish pioneers of the Northwest. His INTER;SOUTHERN BUILDING, funeraT-too-k iplaco Monday morning Rev. Fathor Curran, conducting, the I AM A UNION PRINTER solemn obsequies. fbUow-fnga- SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1919 GONE TO REST. State Fair affords. Commisloner of Agriculture Matt Cohen, State Fair Secretary Fount Kremer and .the executive staff report nothing but clicering indications 'as' tlio date 6t ihe opening' of the exposition approaches. Exhibitors have applied rfor epace in numbers, and this in itself presages the most successful fair up to date on the educational FERRY'S BEST SEASON. peace."'andUhey are therefore In a tions, its recreation features will'&e mood " to take advantage ,of. the enlarged and diversified so as to mingled Btudy and Tecreatlon. the' meet its dual requirements. Now vital questions of fdod production, the time is propitious for them to cultivate an acquaintance with 'tho State Fair, iheVinost effective; propa ganda for agriculturists maintained by the State government. It is their fair as well as the farmers' fair and they should recognize that fact by patronizing it in largo numbers. SERVING AT SIADJSOX. that city people are taking more than their former interest in tho QRAIST j-- W. SMITH'S SON! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. - i Director Iboth . and Embalmer I vamp ctc.A untile uiui a ' PHONES JJIO. .t WLLS sonTHl?A.;T --ttti-l-Ieil'Hi?H8lr'l-M.M''t- J i, rn -- na Sunday evening Fontaine Ferry Park closed its gates for the season of 1919. Tho park, under tho management of Judge Charles A. Wilson, had the most suocessful season The has ever known, attendance has been excellent and the standard of. entortalnmcntriot. the highest S23Hi . Patrick's church for several weeks, during the absence .of the pastor, ,tne itev. itev.. Charles F. Gordon. " Father Athanasius Schwlngler, C P., who was at. Nazareth ,during the absence .of Father Da'vis, the chaplain, hut who returned last week, left Saturday for North Madison, Ind., where ,hq will bo at St. v, mf ivtu tw wx.x nxvi P0UGHER1Y & McELLIOn: 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, CATHOLIC FEDERATION. All ilelefrates and members of the' Catholic Federation are urgently re quested to attend thejregular month ly tueeuug in lue uiay aioom at mo Tyler Hotel on Thurwlay evoninK. Soptcmher KJ, as matters of' great importance will be discussed. GOOD WOMAN GONE. ::'' i.'sa ; It ? Mrs. Michael Cudahy, widow of thelate Michael CUdahy, Chicago, one of the pioneers in the' packing industry who was the last of two. I Funeral Directors and ' Embalmers J , 1 j(fy,r ' ll " y STARTS RETAIL STORE. by the announcement that the Government will soon, open to place be Much interest haas been aroused What Are Proper Glasses? Those which eive the wearer, perfect vision and absolute comfort. Glasse- - are proper only when the lenses are correctly ground from a formula which is written as the result of a thorough arid competent eye examination. r Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in std'ck, wltfi case ...$4.50 and cord complete,, ', Small Shell fams, 75c extra, Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription- filled at' - fore the public, at the least rate orders for lajge quantities of any article will' bo received, except for Boy." Scouts and in, special, cases municipal activities. No sales will be made to Hotels and .similar In stitutions. At present no groceries will be included in these articles. Tho exact location of tho various stores that will be established in this district and detail plans as to the .method and manner of distribu tion will be published in all papers as soon as determined uppn. These stores will not open .before (Septem ber 25. The Jeffersonvllle district includes all of Kentucky, and that part' of Indiana south of a line drawn, through Indianapolis,... run ning easiand .west. Indianapolis is In the Jeffersonvllle district. no., possible, tho, sirrplus supplies of tho army." As the Idea and . object of this sale is to reach the.'isdlvlddal. this price. - nv , by Papal decree, died Sunday, aged Climb. Main 2998-- a seventy-seve- n years. She was horn in, "frft't-H'-Ireland and in infancy was, taken to Cedarsburg, Wis., where her. parents' FORTY HOURS. In recognition of the. settled. Tomorrow mornlngr4 ut 'the hieh uuaany family's generosity to the ! HORTmrrmwR sft mass at. the Church "of 'the Blessed Roman Catholic church, Mrs. Cudahy Sacrament, East Washington street, was .given the title of Countess by the Forty Hours devotion will begin, Popo Benedict XV. continuing until Tuesday. Tho servBRINGS POPE'S VIEWS: ices will be dlrebted by J;ev. Father b'Sulliyan, the pastor, who will be According to Hayas New Agency assisted bya nuhiber of the local telegrams ' sent from Paris It': is clergy. , Mercler, stated that' ..Cardinal . Tf" r' - S" Primate of 'Belgium, who left Tues JIARTLN LISTON. day for tho United States, has ibeen a in years entrusted withby delicate mission ac Alartin LIston, eighty-six-the Holy See, that country old, "linervaipreclnct, near Mays- - cording to vllle, died Wednesday In his home paper says the Journal. The news of a complication of, diseases. He lay ibefore that the Cardinal will City 2360. President Wilson his was a native of Ireland, coming to this country when a ;lad. Ho lived views concerning the League of Na forty years on the farm where he tions. died. His wife and "three "daughters CARDINALS AT BALTIMORE. survive. W -- American women made Countesses both, ixiorN:'B;s. - Home City 2008 ', ', tHIIMU'HHH'IIIIIIHHIIIIH H r.nMnRnr.ANn main so7i. sr'n J. ii. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Svvtviiytvvvivl a.1: OVdaisx : 822 jatreiet. Main 2169 IL '.' r .Instruction for "women in hygiene, household sanitation and care, of minor illnesses will be given in a ' class to be intsftuted hy the, LouisLouisville. Ky 617 S fburtt Are. ville Chapter of. the Ameriacn Red Cross in a short time. Mise Mary K. Coady, an experienced nurse, will ft have charge of the class. Announce"PRAISES PALMER. SEPTBJIBEU INTENTION. ment ofidates and places of instruction will be made later. Those inCardinal Gibbous in an interview terested are rivited to enroll- at iHls Holiness' Pope Benedict XV. has recommended "Catholic Teach- in Philadelphia strongly condemned, L'oulsyillo Chapter, headquarters, 208 The CATHOLIC CHAPLAINS. ers" to the Apostleshlp of Prayer as profiteering. way to Cardinal, who Speed building Sunday, Monday and Tuesday was on his' the general Intention lor the mnoth Spring liake, where Baltimore from toe spent two Will back oampain. ' When the armistice was signed The Holy Father weeks, visited Archbishop Dougherty of September. there were, 1,()29 urlests wearing ,tho paramount- Importance) at the Cathedral for a lew hours. Tiho realizes tho National . Catholic War United States there of religions training for the young, "I would like speak in commenda- Council has recently .appointed Mrs). were 400 moreuniform and. vfc. all prepared and In order that thoymoy develop Into tion of Attorney General Palmer Catharine P. Moras, of Washington"," ready "to answer the eall within anChristian men, and women, with a and the administration In thp. work-o- as National Director of Thrift to other month'. ' M practical knowledge of their rela curbing the profiteers," said the with the war, savings tions to God and neighbor: wlth'i Cardinal. "It is necessary that the organization in Us peace-tim- e ,GAHE CALLED SttS JUBniBE AT WICHITA.-- ' , habits of virtue acquired through high cost of living be reduced, Catholic .schools and the pious execises of Catholic especially when It is shown that societies In every State in the Union IteaefVed and BoxSeafo at Jlenncsseoy, Right J. schooles; and with tho. ability .to. one of the reasons lor it is that will be asked to take an active part Blshon of Rev. J. will observe tho Leo Lewis' Fourth and Market. Wichita, hold their own, as Catholic citizens,' certain persons are obtaining excess In the 1919. thrift campaign, and golden jubilee of his priesthood on (n progressive public movements and profits at tho expense of the Mrs, Morsa is now nrenarine her upon the social questions of their Profiteering ean be Justi- list of Chairwomen for' eah locality. Nbvoriiber 28. On November 30 will anniversary of occur tho thirty-fircommunitrea. Disre4pectv for con- fied 4y nothing, and it should ho stituted authority, disobedience of stopped Immediately by as drastic 'FAtllEIt JCALAHER BETTER. . his consecration as Bishop, of Wichita. law-- disregard for personal rights are measure's as are at the command of "" widely prevalent, and are threaten- the Governmenti,"' Kentucky- - Irish iReaders of tho DEBT HIGH 3LVRK. ing the very life bf organized American and friends of Che Rev. society. Radical Socialists and 111 FIRST AMERICAN SAINT. John D. Kalaher. 'who has been United States owed. anarchists' of- every description are for "many" months, will be gladto close of more audaciously striving to put their Saturday was celebrated the Feast hear that his stay in union ,cguniy treasury business at the 30 than on August vagaries Into practice, and profiteers of St Rose' of Lima.' This beautiful Is hen'efltting him very much, "and the last day ot July, making, the beyond the ChrlstiaX uMflSRBBbBHa'BHJfts are exploiting the people would" be a BaJnt was born of Atierloavj parente he s now aiale to walk around. 648. total national, bsbhbbvUPiwstc&s'? limit of tolerance:. IHe From iiu.Elma, South ; . :r-:. And the; out lbpk is fpr a atill .greater: -- v . bold man, who would venture to pre- earliest infancy shet'.ave-'ffloar- . s4fha SIADBT MTaSTMRN TRD?. "V . murpaBB. umt vunmtes puis tuiu " i dict the outcome". Thlscrindltlon is of TTuiurftf Holiness, and, at the age WE, HAVE IN STOCK, on needless appropriations." )he fesult of alse education, of of five years she made the vow of Rev.' Charles p. Raffp, p'aato'r- fit iii' MONUMENTS ft MARKERS education baaed upon, materialism, perpetual Virginity, "She was much bhe,Cliurdi of St. Charles .'Borfomebj ORDINATION. and regardless, jof God( religion and given to prayer and fasted rigorous-- . who has been in the Rocky Moiinr Bought before the recent advance in tho, price. If in need dtwork of this kind must eternal law; Next to God wo ly. Having taken the habit of, the tains Undv out through th.eWeetern Semj- The faculty of depend upon Catholic teachers Third' Order of Dominic, she re- country, arrived here Saturday. it will Jay you to get onr pricesr 'nary, Dunwoodle, N. Y., vhaye reto supply this, remedy. Therefore doubled her austerities. She was Special attention given to C. P., attended to the Holy Father .appeals to the faith- even 'privileged to hear these words Fattier. Michael. et. Chariee parish ceived perraiselqn tq have, part of orders. the the 192Q class ordained tins moniiu to make" "Catholic Teachers" the from 'our ;L6rd Himself : ""Rote of while" duties of ful patiher Jlaffo was, away' students". The class has' forty-tw- o object of. Uieij: prayers during the my heart, be thou, my bride." At will be ordained. ', B.;F. MMCUESS About twenty-flvTT1Z ;' t coming TnbntnV Vocation in the last she Was .happily introduced into " SACRJJD. HEART RJ3WRBV1J.. aiater-hoo' 414 S. Secdhd St., Louisville, Ky; teaching, brotherhoods and to meet the. paradise ,of this her spouse, and L' :; TAKES ;LONG JM3ASI5. Are greatly,, needed being .famous for miracles "both be father, Xavler Sutton C. P, of the gcawifa'g'de'manJia of onr schools; fore and Tafter her death, Pope the Sacred .Heart .Retreat! has for The site. of. the old Cathedral In X. at.. Paul. Ohio River Fish and we ehonl "earpeitlypray that Clementvthe solemnly, enrolled heV some time been in Ohiage where sixteen-stor- y Minn., will be covered by a God may Inspire' zealous men and among holy virgin of the building, ft has been he ttiaa beengiving mlMiesaiat v" .women with K determination f to clwirotK year efaurehec Father Jtoger, C leased for ninety-nin- e XBCmVBD, DAILY, devote their lives" to the holy callP,, also, from the .JSaorea Heart" Re- ing of Oatholle ieduoaWon. OHIO ItlVER ANNIVBRSARY MHBTING, , a siarieu oa a lour mttuinv- BET WAS OFF. lng missions in- - Mieaourj, Iowa .and CALLS ON LABOR. St; Mary'eof the'iVoeds day was Illinois Callahan and.. Schmidt -were fishiobserved by tl)B Sarto Literary Club ng1 Irom a Tier one "day.- Callahan Calling oh American labor to, aW of' New Albany, at its anniversary OILVPLAIN GRAS6HOF. bei Schmidt ?10 that h would 'bawh the eause of. Irish freedom, and meeting, whieh 'was' held at. Gien- Mr SKFmjJB2t2B&0 the 'first ftoh." The two kept fishurging eloder between weou paric Tuaay; a. oaafluetwas Capt; Raphael GraaKhef, O. P., ing earnestly until noon., . workers of various nations as the, oi me ereni ana me speaK-er- who, V only nwu of sdefeatiiur the ''nriv'- It. "was d .warm day, and 8ehmtd,t, g ior al'jrtiort tkns,. was abaplalR to St. talked on Heged otaes" in ,lta efforts "to keep Mary's, of the Woods. Kra..i James at CBkp Taylor :aal Ma went to overcome 'hjr" tfia Ka't', fH arerbwrd A SPECIALTY; v t mMMi or on-- : n&uon at' tb Ii, RiWetill, TreaidflBt.of' the, cluii, France with the" eipWlonary foreae, into the water. Thl8 aroused, Calla- Jtlwo'Ma of the niasseii of moUiw." presidea as toaatmWtresa, and.' the returned 'last week t aeand a few , nan. who was aieo eain:. Fish Co. Bjamonn de vaiera. President of toe speakers were iMUses Agaihaftchae-for- . days at the Sacred rt Retreat. o "if ;y0u're jprtag, u, tHre. "after " t shouted W Irish RepuWki, addrewwd the New nnvl(vn Verala.. ICarv "P!ffiin While fB. France Oapl Oraafchof was them the bet'g fork Central Federated Union at' a and BmilT Lvona. Mrs. W. J. A, senior chaplain at th headqnartera his companion draggling la the I water. n Home City 19tl. tLbor day meeting Monday. 'ceveur and Mrs. 8. J. Gardner. 'at I Mans, . KfflP WOaiBtt INVITED. BASEBALL KANSAS CITY L&DISViLIJE - , - three Cardinals will officiate at. the Pontifical mass iri the Thanksgiving peace service Sunday, September 14, In the Baltimore Cathedral. Cardinal Mercler, of Belgium, then the guest of Cardinal Gibbons, will pontificate; Cardinal Gibbons will preside at the service, and Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston, Is. expected to preach the sermon. Archbishops and Bishops from all parts ot .he country wlll.be present, in honor, of the Belgian prelate. (For the first time in this country Da L. DirectorBAlZS and Embalmer Funeral B. OnESTNTJT , 717-71- 0 LOUISVILLH, KY. THOMAS KEENAN ' 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ..IMJJSC3SJRAI DIRECTOR.. JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR . - ' , f 2114 WEST MARKET STREET. Phones Shawnee" 1243. Cumberland . West 1107a. con-Burn- HHB 'c. . f -- st HBnllMlwfeH JKvH " FINE , Q0WNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. ?796,-668,1- 11 - HBBL'iM8i'HBB - . -- " " MEN'S CLOTHING -- i . t. h's n &C0, Cleaned the government Way.. W, know how! They come back to" you sterile and clean. ENYOYS "SIGN PEACE TREATY, Cu3tav' A'dolt Bauer, German Peaee' Chancellor, in succession to PhMlio eheldemann' Insert, Johannes BaH, Minister ot Colonies in the .; e ' ds '- Silk Shirts When ,Svis cleaned never lose their new,. ness, One trial will cen- vikce you. . ' Fnsh aif-fere- nt w new German Cabinet. i ' 1 u-c- J WILL SAVE EGGS. . Whea b"etlng the white ol an egg tablMjwiful of ' eeld water added a will make twice the quantltly. The white, .of. the eggadded a .bpttle of cream and' beaten -- 7 to to- SWISS Cleaners & toskw-relaUa- -- Segal &Boye r gether will make a much larger uaatity and of niee edaelatahey, to "ti spread. Whan froetiag a cake a little cornrinkld over the eak will starch prvrant tha Irorilag from runnlag ovar th - Dyers ' ' Office.617 Feiirth Ave.' Plant 90S S. Sixth St. Phones 2207 J? 4fc '.'i&'t&'- y k'..- -. r.r, V , ....' j:m&m VAa.. - .J.lW-'.-'.L- . . J "t B3BE?fTXJOBr5r XJRMUMll AJSEWtXGAX, vri -!- -'' . :- - " v N be Louisville Gai Coimpan Louisville Lighting Coitio&nv " I 'fft ffi ' - - K H ' - - . ' : ' & ' ' esss s tjT3 V Supplying Gas and Electricity For "S - - :. r. . fft ILLUMINATING AND INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES ,v ,v -: Amply equipped to take efficent care of the largest or tfie smallest consumer. r Fully prepared to meet any and all problems arising out of the commercial awakening Louisville is enjoying.:: , "Every House in the block" "Every block in the town" - served by gas or electricity means a'jbig, bright, clean city. Our engineers are, at your service, without charge to you, to solve any problems you may have, Offices at " . , ESTATE FAIR VISITORS INVITED TO CALElND? SEE ELECTRICAL LABOR SAVING, APPLIANCES. vfWA c -V. -- .- 311 Either Phone West Chestnut Street Either Phone t 1 4 i Sj 2182 ;. r- - And ten trunk lines. V 3 1 Department for the fiscal year1 endKNIGHTS OF ing August 31 shows that-- since September, 1918, flie department destroyed, as unfit for human consumption 167 tons of vegetables, What They 'Have Been Doing thirteen tons of meatsand six tons Late News 'That Will Interest of fruits. Tlftls criminal waste of Members Here and Else- - . the Past "Week General ' foodstuffs Is entirely due to profit where News Notes. eering ana com storage, wnicn can for the enactment of stringent laws and a limit to storage. Mlchael Doyle is recovering speedAbout 125 men met at Jefferson, ily from (his recent nijury. Iowa, to imako application for a TWIN CITY END. charter for a council there. Tho Hibernian ball team plays Mackin Council tomorrow afternoon. ' The Twin City (Baseball League Cuero, Texas, last week came to Social .success Is marking all tho closes Its season tomorrow afternoon the- - front, conferring the three candievents ot the Ladies' Auxiliary at witty a card that will prove"" til degrees upon twenty-eigSeattle. interest to many, as there will- bo dates. - A monster Gk i l lt.'rtj HHHHflH(i Vva BHPTtBtT'S? t joint intlatlon took' a game between Mackin and Hiber The Right-Rev- . Bishop Cantwell nlace lost Sunday' afternoon in San nians, tho two leading pennant was 'the principal speaker at.Ia reFrancisco. contenders. The Knights of Colum- cent meeting ot the Knights In Los Division 3 met last evening and bus will meet the Alumhl and Angeles. heard reports from the moonlight Shawnee will play California This The second and third .degrees has been an unusually successful were conferred "on a largo excursion committee. season for the Twin City, the interest San Francisco, the third inclass at There were over 200, delegates in charge, attendance at tho Indiana State con- all year being kept alive with the of the State degree team. pennant race In the history closest vention at Fort JVayne. Hori. Thomas B. Slattery, of Cov Counties east of the mountain of the league. Tho attendance at ington, United . States District At complete Uelegatlons the games at Shawnee Park has torney, addressed last week's meetdivision sent to the Washington State convention been extra large ,and the field day ing of Price Hill Council, Cincinnati, this year, The Hibernian Social Club had a A nice was also a rocord breaker. speaking on the League of Nations. ? good attendance on the moonlight treasury 'sum has been left in the ' Cincinnati Chapter wllf hold dts 'and all indications point excursion despite the street car to" an auspicious start next season Columbus day celebration on Mon strike. and a possible roster ot eight 'clubs. day, 'October 13. It iwill tako the Col. P. H. 'Callahan and Tom The standing to date: form of a banquet at the Hotel Walsh will report on the proposed Won Lost Pet Gibson, and on endeavor will be x De" Valera lecture next Monday even to secure the presence ot ) Mackin Council z n 933 made ing at Division 4. Hibernians 3 ,io .750 Cardinal JMorcior. THE FAMOUS ROOSEVELT SMILE. Tacoma Hibernians left nothing X. Alumni...,, INTERIOR VIEW OF "BIGGEST AEROPIiANE The Mayor of Binghampton de5 7 undone to make the stay of dele Knights of Columbus.. 6 Teddy, Sr and Teddy, Jr., photographed smiling as only a clared a holiday there when Dr. .500 7 In!de ol the "Goliath," largeet pasrsenger aeroplane ever built. Upper gates and visitors, to the State- con- Shawnee Athletic-Club- . Roosevelt can smile. It is the smile which did so much to win tho late 333 Marcel Knecht, of the French High plioto shows pawengerp In their 9 cabki on the great,m vention ono of pleasure and profit. Calif ornians.it .......... 4 o 12 .000 Commission, pinned the Croix de Colonel the millions of friends which ""he made during hjs strenuous lifeachiue. The lower photo ehows the arrangements for p'asseoger accomoIndianapolis and Marlon county , Guerre on Joseph Patrick Crowe, time. This Is the same smile which is making the Lieutenant Colonel dations. delegates to the In sent forty-on- e a "Knights of Columbus secretary. popular and well liked by every one who comes in contact with ihlm. COLORED PEOPLE. BEWARE. diana Ladies' Auxiliary convention. who was wounded In action before ATTENDAN013 INCREASED. QIVEJV THEATER PARTY. There are ten divisions in Marlon Tjiyo weeks ago it was. mentioned St. Juvin, in the Argonne 'Forest, LET PEOPLE ACT. CHILD HUNGER.. county, d In the daily press that Patrolman while worklpg with the Reports from the forty parochial Miss Iyucile Donoghoe gave a South. Bend Hibernians are per- Holzknecht had gone on a rampage Division. Interviewed on the tangle over According to the Children's Buschools of this city, the lire acad- theater party Saturday afternoon at fecting arrangements .for tho lecep-tio- n woman suffrage just before the reau of the Department of Labor, Uptown resihad emies and college show an In- the Majestic Theater, followed by a of Eamon IDe "Valera, President dents of and alleys the colored imitaAIRPLANE EXCURSION. giving an the meeting of tho Democratic State from three to six million. American creased attendance for tho term 1l1T1lianT1 at 771aln'a n lmvmM - Vn of the Irish Republic, who 1b ex tion of "now, you see me and now convention Col. Harry Sommors' children are not getting enough to to vlsR that city in the near you don't" to dodge thejTast flying guest, iMiss Pearl Belle Odom, of pected 1919-2The Eleventh, excursion of the the number exceeding submission , V en. 01 tne This argues (well for ur com Birmingham, Ala. Alias Donoghoe's future. bullets. , Col. Petty's offleesald that Airplane OU,andDevelopment Com said that he favored If he were of school juuio mau New to children of York City The Irish National Library Foun they knew nothing of the .case 'and pany was attended by many, prospec a State amendment.said, .tffe coming aro ing citizenship, ln whom will bo In" guesis wore tMtsees "Oladys Barr, have his way, "he undernourished and the percentettlled a real love of God and coun- Rose Kolb, Ethel Angermeier, Eve- dation to be established by the" still huet be in the dark, as the tive buyers. age for Kentucky Legislature vote Is try. The teachers are ifrom various lyn Odom, Pearl Uelle Odom, Itoclle Ancient Order will be located at officer" la out in full uniform pa- F. L. (Old Man) Harris in full submit th.o propositionwouldvoters to In manytho country on even higher. to in instances account of Notre Dame University, which will trolling" his beat as Of old. During charge of the excursion party leaves order's, Xaverian (Brothers, Brothers jjonognoe. next eloeflon, and then, It tho prohibitive prices parents the can thus become the custodian of tne weeKitne Jjouisvuie Herald phoof (Mary, Franciscan Brothers, 1?UES? l!!?IaAhit5S People by their yotee Indicated that not give children suitable food. everything that pertains to Irish tographer was 'busy taking snap ot Charity tit Nazareth, Lo ret-t- o COLONELS VS. BLUH6. they favored suffrage for women in Malnutrition and onalnourlsnment shots of the Keystone "pellce In ac Pullman achievement. service, Sisters, Ursulkio Sisters and refreshments. all matters, i terms technical following Legis- are employed Sisters of Mercy. Division 5, of San .Francisco, got tion trying to impress the public, plenty of good smokes and table de lature could the Joe Cantlllon's Minneapolis club ratify the Federal by Government investigators, that will play Its last game of the season away to a flying start over eight other while nothing was said of the few hote meals.' Mr. Harris says lie will amendment plan. He does 'not be- merely mean that a great many new appli real police who were finally sum- run another excursion tomorrow and lieve here1 this afternoon and John Divisions, wfth eighty-si- x SURPRISE J3HOWER. coming Legislature of our children do not get sufficient of Ganzel's Kansas City Blues will be cations taken up at its annual ball,. moned to" cover up the mistakes up claims he wants the public to see should that the matter out of the food. Yet the war left our crtfps dn- take What they are getting before they hands of the the Mary McMahon "was hostess here tomorrow for a series of three Eleven members of the United the Keysi&hers who messed it Miss people, and the ravaged, and according to Gen. at a hapy surprise miscellaneous. games. Manager Joe McCarthy and States 'Navy from Mare Island and when they were riding on the cars. Duy aiocK in, xne Airplane uu ana great majority will agree in thishim. March's statement before a Congreswith Development Company. He says he X the ti-his Colonels will" Shower at her home on West sional Committee, there was food in awful hard to six American soldiers from ALUMNA"B APPROVAL. has something; if they can see for way, in honor of Miss Maurice Me take the entire aeries from the Presidio were among the 'applicants plenty allowed to rot In warehouses. xfr MET niS SON1. they don't hesitate to themselves Cancel orew ln'revenKS for the three registered. Gulre. Those present There Is a Association The Iatwaational Federation of buy. to conserve child-lif- e Anna Breckweg, Ethel Breolcwsg, defeats sustained at Kansas City in Latin AmerThe San Franoisoe ranks, of the Catholic Alumnae, representlag over Dr; William D. Doherty has re- ican countries. Surely our own litTWa Bartley, Corlnne Crldwell, two weeks ego. Both clubs are Ancient Order are' swelling into 50,000. Catholic women turned from- - New York, where he tle ones merit CARSON IN ULSTER. Margaret Cahlll, Catherine Gardner, fighting haid with Indianapolis 'for thousands oNnew members ae a re from oonveat schools and graduates of some1 colleges, went to meet his son. iCapt William active association. Ojra Herbst, Alma Katoer, Elizabeth" second ipoaltion and In "addition" sult of the membership drive being have sent to William J. Mullisran. iCMtiug, May Deuwr, Jess ln?try, there Is 'bad Mood existing between conducted by the big organization. Chairman of the Knights of' Colum From Belfast the Associated Press Brown Doherty, M. C, who has arRESIGNS AS EDITOR. Stella May, Ruth McGuire, Alma the players because of the numerous .In every section ot tne city (men of bus War Activities, a set of beauti sands wnrd that Sir "Edward r!vnn. rived from overseas duty Jn Paris. " t. xionerty expecta to oe Mohlenkamp, Florence Mohlenkamp, run-in- s between the players all Irish birth and ancestry are snowing fully inscribed resolutions adopted leader of Ulster '.Unionists; who has Oapt Joseph H. .Meier, fer fourteen" e mustered out of service from Camp season. Say what you will, this a lively interest la the order, due at the recent meeting of the Fed- come to Belfast to open a new Caithorlne McMalion, Genevieve years editor and business manager rule campaign, addressing the Taylor in a. few days. and Ethel MoQuIggan, of fighting spirit brlnxs out the fane. largely to the great tribute it re- eration approving the accomplishof Official Catholic Directory, Margaret and while none.- approve ot Towdysw ceived frotta Preeldeat De Valera-'fAkron, O.; Anna ment of the order during the war Ulster, Unionists council Tuesday, " sas the prevailed upon Messrs. P.' J. GBNSORSmP ABOLISHED. Slater, Lelzetta Schneider, (Margue- on wa uiaznona me puoiK woum the efleetive aid' rendered, by the signed by Mary, Blake Blnan and declared that so far as Ireland was Kenedy & Sons. New York, to ac rite Schneider, Amelia ZeUef, Keona rattier see game with mirii than Hlbernla&fl to "the cause of the Irish Mrs. B. J. Kennedy. The officers eoHceroed colonial home rule was From Dublin, the Aseooiated frees cept his resignation. Bditor Meier Vounr. Ella MdMahon: Mesdames a listless game with no action, 'Fol republic. of the Federation are Cardinal Gib- the same thlac ae "the Sinn' Fein lunvArt.at'Hiat ilia TlrlM -- "lnmiuait will return to his old home in Thomas MoGulre, Robert, Tucker, lowing Kansas City Rowland's bons, Honomy President; . Right and that ... this respect the o.i;-r- -' ..." " perfectly logical, because inas deemed to a&oiisa tne press Milwaukee. Their relations havftf-way- e AWfVti fOOti WA8TJB. William Tucker, of Ohtoago; H. V. the Milwaukee club, will Rev. Thomas 1. Shahan, Director, Fein jrj been and, will dfMiaafr the mace us xaraweu appearance m a i Lancaster, Rosa Ernwtue, J. J. and the Very nev. Edward A. Peaee, in re llty, there was nothing be- - oeaaorehip In Ireland, the order most friendly, v . tween union ana separation. eromuigatea August 31. series of three gam. Nell Meleber. The report of the Cty Health Assistant Director. x HIBERNIANS. 7 COMlBi I ht - 4 v - -- - glasa-Inclos- - 'Eighty-secon- - 0, 10,-00- 0. uue-ni- m Sis-to- rs 2 i m y .BwrO-Mlsse- s Pan-Americ- an on an anti-hom- Ri(' 4 - or -- tail-ende- rs, -- --- -- Mc-Mab- u "A B. .