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BROWN TAXI INICUEENT CAREFUL SCTVtCE MAM PH9NE: HOMC M Loulsvills Carrlaja Bery Driver an Hscort, i Tukrt to. Incorporated ifrmjiuwiffliumifl VOLUME XLIII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. " rjlnifrom ijpMorrwwnr streets, when ho said "that was small town stuff." This is tho funniest thing wo know when wo consider that tho man talking about drew J. Terstegge, Mrs,. J. O. Endris "small town stuff" Is the biggest and Miss Elizabeth Terstegge, New offender In tho world when he wears AlbftJIV! MrH. iTTnrrv Afflfriram.nn a loud and gaudy uniform, . rt il vjincinnau, ana Mrs. John " Parsons, Sacrificed by Hert and Searcy For of which is only worn the llko Points Flaws In Hope That League by tho Indianapolis. Ho was tho father of .Marshal or Chief Constable of Failure to End tho AV111 Do Justico to tho late Henry Terstegge, of Strat- uicKory uonow, "ry gum." Detcct-ton & Terstegge, Louisville. Ho was Strike. Ives Thurman and Schwab, of tha Ireland. a faithful member of Holy Trinity Criminal Court, were standing at church, from where the fueral took Fifth and Jfeferson tho other day piace. GREETING FOR CARDINAL. when a Keystoner slouched up and Justice Does Not Exist and Coils Bingham Press Opens Batteries on said: "If you fellers don't cet awav England Would Reply That The Opening Speech a Big Dlsap- -' It Is MORNING WEDDING. Cardinal Mercier, Primate of I'll lock you up." Attor a consider Drawn Tighter About Smith and Public Falls in polntnient to Followers of tbo Domestic Question For British Belgium, arrived in New York late able parley, during which Thurman People'. This Saturday morning at 7 G. O. P. Lino. and Schwab kidded tho poor old Tuesday afternoon. People. The Cardinal o'clock the marriage of Miss Harriet Joke cop, they told him they wero was met down tho bay by tho Flynn, daughter of J. J. Flynn, and detectives. Tho Keystoner said: Mayor's Committee of Welcome and Sergeant Major Albert George "You'll have to excuse me, pardners, Adams, of Toronto, Canada, will be Firemen church officials aboard tho police BrJtish Government AVill Not Allow and Police Being Heavily I don't know all the city officials yet, Declares Uio Now Covenant is SimRepublican Machine Organ Calls At- - boat patrol. solemnized with nuptial mass at St. Cardinal Mercier as I alnt been located hero long." Representative to Visit This Brigld's church. Miss Flynn is wideAssessed by tho Republican Perfidy of Bingham speaks excellent English with a soft, tentlon to ply a JTow Holy Then away he walked possibly to eet ly known la Catholic social circles musical accent. There Is little in Country. his daily relish of bananas and Machine. Press. and is a young woman of many acAlliance. the outward form of the man who throw the peelings on the pavement complishments. Major Adams has has played so striking a part on the Hero's one the writer saw. seen four years' service In the world world's stage to tell of tho devoted Wednesday morning there was a priest, who defied the German In- - GOV. FOLK'S STRONG PLEA. war and has the honor of receiving EVERYBODY n McGRATH. vauer m me KDDS KEYSTONERS. rumor of a'mad dog in tho a number of medals and crosses for WANT DEMOCRATS SAYS .AJIERICA MUST ACT NOW. most insolent moment station on Jefferson street. his valor. The young couple will of his brutal triumph and sternly After the usual long wait a Keystone make their homo at Akron, Ohio. bade him heed the law of God If cop appeared and located tho dog . t. .It.- .n...I -- l.l August 25 tho United States On This week has marked the ful- under a car. The dog didn't look SOCIAL CLUB ELECTS. tff have cut tho gloom In The following statement was made You could filling of another of our predictions, mad, but ho became mad when he Saturday by Eamonn De Republican circles this week with emaciation, his tall form bent under i Sonato'a ForeIsn Relations Commlt-th-e Valera, At the regular meetlne of Mackin and this was that near Mayor Smith saw a Keystoner trying to end his teo fccard tho plea for the lndepend- of tho a cheese knife, all because tremendous burden ho bore for , freedom. He barked loudly and the President of the Irish Republic, with Social Club last Sunday the follow- was losing caste with tamo effort made by Howdy Ed iour lernoio years, tne leatures or . ence or J&gypi, maao Dy the Republican Keystoner made a wild grab for" his respect to President Wilson's refer-onMorrow, tho Republican nominee for his heavily lined face seem to re Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri, who ing officers wero elected for the machine and would bo thrown to pistol, dragging It out of the holster In his at Columbus Governor, In his opening speech at veal nothing but gentleness and was counsel for tho 'Peace Com- - year ending September 1, 1920: the wolves soon to satlsfv nnhiix so fast that the trigger caught and President Regan O'Connor. t His speech kindliness. But the doep set brown mission nant tn Paris hv h EwSt. r Pikeville on Monday. clamor against the misfit "reform" uio cop camo near snooting nimseu Vice President William F. Mil- administration. e y.ndw tho LeaS proved tho biggest kind of a dis- eyes look out from under tho strong- - ian oi Conclusive proof is In tho foot. A big crowd gathered Legislative Assembly. He ler. shown by tho attitude of tht and they laughed and laughed at Nations appointment to his supporters, who ly marked eyebrows with a clear. charged England with using tho Treasurer fWllliam G. Buckel. "I oamo to America, bringing Courier-Journclaimed that the old gallery play calm and penetrating gaze which tell war as a pretext for breaking "her and Times, who the antics Finance Secretary HarrySanders. heretofore have been great boosters to persuade of the Keystoner trying with mo the hopes of an ancient naorator was going to rip tho hide much of tho unconquerable spirit of plighted word" to withdraw from the poodle to stand still tion and its prayer Corresponding Secretary Matt of Smithy and his administration, and get shot. Finally tho dog left that the peoplo and bark off of the Democrats ana the man. Egypt, and that she now Intended of this country would not lend the Davlicht wan fudlne wJion tho to mako her enforced protectorate McWilliam. but the past few days have throw a broadside Into Gov. Black. Rtatlnn. ithnn down T.lhrfv Executive Committee John Cur-ra- on him and are unmerciful inturned thfi went with tho Keystoner Btronf strength of their young and vigorBut Morrow's effort was pitiful, and United States army transport North-,- ! an "Internal question" outside tho their right ous nation to tho purposes Chairman; John. O'Conner, Lcriticism. Why this sudden change? he of tho aside from a mild attack on Gov. era Pacific steamed slowly to its Jurisdiction of the League of Na- behind. Thp dog would trot. So power that denies us our legitimate Stanley's administration and a slight pier in nopoKen. .Long oerore it tlons. After recounting the history Joseph Hohman. .u.ua .uu duiuuuu; '.uusses nert would the comedy cop. Spectators liberty. Surely A special! commltteo selected and Searcy returned from thAlrvn. Americans will never mention of Gov. BiacK tne speecn docked watchers on tho wharf had'of England's occupation of Egypt September ftof T.O etirlnlla on1 nn ldnext as tho date for tion to find that tho handling or the dog's tall. Anyway the little sanction an lnjlstlco on a people could have been delivered as a caught sight of the tall, black figure Gov. Folk continued: -lY ,novcr Fourth of July oration. It can be standing on the bridge gazing eager- The Egyptians fought on tho side opening the (all season, and has mishandling of the street car Btrlke parade went In Fourth, down Jeffer- - wh. Bot furcdt them' thoin by tho seen that tho address was carefully ly at tho shores of the country which' of the Allies, believing that they arranged for la.' social and banquet had pretty nearly ruined the Re - 'son, out Fifth to Walnut, when the b, bt"Jnd t,es ot was In- had meant so much to his native wero fighting to mako the world on that datojn honor of the in- publican party hero and Howdy Ed Keystone cop gave up in disgust, service and of prepared, Inasmuch that It Morrow and his friends were al- while tho supposedly mad dog i tended not to hurt anyone's feel- land In her hour of deepest need. 'Safo from military autocracy and coming administration. neglecting my duty. ready complaining that the State looked back and said: "Bow-woings or draw fire. The impression A great cheer went up, and tho f0r tho right of --I.w.?uld.bo SEIZED BWKHSH'RDJLES. ticket was hopelessly beaten. The left after reading Morrow's initial Cardinal doffed his which meant "come on." l I.auea t0 fi.DeaK. frankly to the Egyptian troops, more than a hat and .bowed arrain and n Street Car Company officials wore and play some more," but the In- American people at this moment. i. effort was that ho is. in the attitudo Ireland is vitally affected by the The Assocla d Preie cabled Sun sore on tho near Mayor and his vitation was declined. of pleading for no one to get mad again in answer. So soon as the Allied successes in Palestine and covenant of the League of Nations, gangway had been run up Mayor gyria. police day from and hit back at him. when the armistice was eighteen Be Mf .that a party of also department, tho strikers wp.ru which is now before tho American sol impr retaining to Morrow's attitude has served to Hylan and the official welcoming slgnod alI Egypt celebrated, because COLORED CATHOLICS. fitter against the administra .peoplo for their approval. The depress his boosters who were claim- committee, Archbishop Hayes and, that nation thoueht that it meant barracks frdi " (SJrtircJr at" Fermoy tion, ana they claim 95 per cent, of in,n nid tmivi PraaTwnrinn inii..fc timo of protest against a wrong is ing some time ago that he would bo a number of other church dignitaries, an end to being governed without was attacked irom ambush. Oae them voted for the "reform" ad , before the wrong is committed. Un- fWitl threa "wera ministration two years ago. ,i nnnnn.a n snorter on the stump Doarded her and officially welcomed Its consent. The Legislative As- soldier was' J a But tho eCntta were ovejf oreness of the company and the opposite Washington Square, New ,ess America makes an explicit and would challenge overy Demo the guest of the city and nation. sembly of Egypt, which is elected by wounded. Zjs rlkers is mild In comparison with Orleans, has Deen purhased by the ? crat in sight to a Joint debate. Tho The Cardinal was then escorted from the people of Egypt, appointed a yuwuieu, ah mkips TOree8 wnjeff vi: Zrm ol twenty. Itude of the general public. Very Rev. Louis B. Pastorelll, lAho ratification of tho covenant by Republicans who are on tho outsldo the transport to tho patrol, on commission of the first citizens of appeared ot' : England can irTylHuWlll, In any gathering. Provincial of tho Josophlte Fathers, ' Al??r,.c.a 'J1 mean of tho machine circle can't under- which ho was taken across the river Egypt to go before the peace parleys used revolve ir?TheVl6ok all the Go dttjtokly left the and r you wfTTlted bitter and un- an organization which devotes it-- bold that America has Inferentially stand what Morrow Is afraid of. and thence by automobile to Arch- at Paris, beliovlng that there would soldiers' IHi lei which were relenting, erlliolsWfcnear Mayor self to the evangelization of tho acclaed against Ireland, has They read on the walls and fences bishop Hayes' residence. be a League of Nations and that scene Zfm.M rare Tha ohnrrTi a hami. muted England's claim to Ireland te ' Fiermoy lies smith, Chairman Paurlrferson that old Howdy Ed can't bo bossed to Tho transport had been welcomed Egypt would bo a part of it. Their waiyjfig fb'r her dock by tho band of tho em faith in the honor of England wasj auout nln. ville. Col. "Lud" of Bh nwjes ' north-nortiwfttr will be devoted as a part of her possessions, the or hluffed, and here ho is campaignu auihii u.uu fashion, de- barkation department playing "Hall, iuuci lumiimcru. the Keystone-police- . ing in a to colored rlliouVRQrK, ama will ms uwm- - east of Corfci, ivueu iHert and Searcy, realizing that Mar wet name oi tne uaarca i. tu ';'.--'Vj-riTZFrom fying no bosses and delivering milk Han. the Gang's All Here" and kin mission reached .Malta its, members the ' --Associated. lay the fallowing': raitn's nanaung of the street oar and water speeches. The Kentucky dred tunes, which were presumably were Interned by ordsKtTf the British Press cabled Redeemer. The RevQ?ej)h jtnat a large party unite was tietnmental to the. Re-Irish American claimed long before better known to the returning Government. Wfien this astounding "It is re: the primary that Teports were com doughboys than to the famous prince TOaenea sgypt tne indignation of armed all over the State that of , .the cfcurea. - As the Cardls retirement of Frank McGrath, and behind him there Is unity. With all duo respect to tho suggestion of the above groups we believe that Chairman McGrath is the logical choice, and it Is hoped for the good of tho party that ho will reconsider his TYmamI.Imm vw " Lose Faith In Prospects of Morrow, intended resignation. In all fairness IT.Inn lVni na DiufA4 Pah ureaiuuS "'"Hi to Mr. McGrath and the Democratic " Plighted Word With th'o Republican Gubernatorial party there are three or four District Egypt. Chairmen who owe it to tho party Nominee. and themselves to retire now. REPUBLICANS ENGLAND i streets. Deceased was a native of Germany, but had lived in New Albany moro than seventy-fiv- e years. His surviving children are M. An- NEAR MAYOR DE VALERA f -- I J Inter-urba- V".r",""V m "K 1 ex-uo- v. ce dIDXtT j..i.. al n, l I , I &8t ... L mtl .....n,!. mil-beav- er bow-wow- ." rip-roari- tl t,i ttfcifee-jiBS- ut lat "u h- Witflr-gtULc- e, half-heart- ed i 5'n! " Z 3? RflAiWft-IrolanfiiArr- 5trV Tn nnutitr tiiA voters, being considerably weaker there was a pause and then the (land to allow the commission to go five rifle and escaped in auto- Jf 'someone had ib be goat he would wi,in , ,.nm,in mobiles, ThiB Is apparently dis uo setter than the entire Republican parish in this section the Catholic claims wauld have the support of than In 1915, and his attitude m band swung into the stirring strains. n Tnio the campaign proves that he is not of Lan Brabanconne," the magnl-- r6acheU Parls lts mcmbers learned tinct from ah attack on Sundajr party. The next act .showed Herttj Church In New Orleans again manl- -' Jho American representatives, but I' of ?lgium- - that a recognition of England's so-- upon a party or eighteen soldiers bosom friends, the Bingham press, fes.ts its deep- - solicitude for the have equally no doubt that they the aggressive candidate of four the first strains foil on the ears called protectorate over Egypt had returning to barracks from church, throwing everything from a hand spiritual, moral and intellectual would be, ineffective, years ago and is evidently afraid of ' of the aged prelate he faltered and America wants to be able to grenade to a lemon in near Mayor progress of tho colored peoplo. something. written Into the annex to the which was reported from Belfast. act with effect, she must act now. Smith's direction, and tho brutal Tho press throughout tho State took a step backward, apparently treaty. The Commissioners asked ' attack has so demoralized our Chief UlISH PRESDDENT TO COME. seems to have sized the Republican overwhelmed with surprise. He re- - for pasSports to- come to the United FRANCE AND TREATY. J1"" naturally Is prefers seeing to It that not stolen, rather Executive that he hasn't been able up pretty well, and there covered himself and a radiant smile states ,but England does not propose nominee At a meeting of Division i, A. O. to Issue only nine or ten flowery is a general scoff at the Idea of crossed his face. With a sweeping to have tho peoplo of thJ UnIted The French Committee report on than relying on tho meagre hopes ,. H., held Monday evening In d and bellicose ultimatums this week, Morrow posing as an apostle of re- bow he drew himself up to his full. Qff, i,nnr the peace treaty submitted to tho of recapturing that steed after the nnAt in wr and remained t she can help It. Upon ordera of Tho imposing height Hall It was reportod that the whereas his regular batting average Chamber ot Deputies has been given robbery has been committed. It Is form or good government. Georgetown Times says: "In a few standing thus until the playing had the (British Government nassnorts Do Valera Booking Committee had for the same time would have been to the" public. Among other things before the signing of tho covenant wore refused. Upon orders of the arranged to Include Louisville In his eighteen or twenty. Well, It's an 111 tho repbrt instances tho momo- - that those who are In sympathy with weeks Morrow will begin to promise finished. reform.' Ho might as well promise British Government tho Commission- Itinerary, and in all probability the wind that blows no one good. The randum on the League of Nations Ireland, those who do not want to ELEANOR NIX FUNERAL. Wo have a framed ers wore not allowed even to sent a President of tho Irish Republic will strlko has proved that Hert can presented by . Marshall Foch, In bo unjust to Ireland, must act, not chloroform. Instead of relying on picture of Ed Morrow as a 'reCol. sway the Bingham press; that near which it Is declared that tho League aHenvard. representative to the United States. visit Loulsvlllo In October. The funeral of Miss Eleanor Nix, Upon orders of the British Govern- P. H. Callahan, who has been select Mayor Smith goes up in the air by its very nature is inefficacious to Article XI. to undo tho 'wrong In Tho above reference of former'." Article X. why not set up ArtUle X. ot girl whose ment the Commissioners are kept ed as a member of Do Valera's Com and won't do in a pinch, but above prevent war. the Georgetown Times Is but a the seventeen-year-ol- d . ". : 'rr.rr. linDson- - mltteo of Arrangements, will go all it has convinced everyone that Shantung clauses.Speaking treaty tho such a form that there will bo sample of the broadsides thrown at sad death is attributed to the street ir . of of the toua T1""S' "? in our no wrong xo do unaonef tho Republican nominee, and why car uicuu UK) siHius ui xigypi urirea East in the next day or two and a prize police department wo have peace, the report says: strike, was held from St. out of tho warjust ending. It was expects to have a definite report for aggregation of Keystoners, la " unenca-s ousinessr i Morrow doesn't denounco his critics "But Is it not a shocking con-- i Rev. Father nnt fn hjivo rphirned to swer It Is America's business at all and defy the Democratic orators to Cecilia's church, Tequlom high Craney after tho beginning of the war that Loulsvlllo Hibernians on his return. who as a Joko rank second to none mass, England seized Egypt and pro- President John H. Hennossy, celebrating tho In the country If not in tho world. China the Chineso times, now no less than in the .province do their worst Is a mystery to the A touching of of the demonstration Imagine if you can the taking up Shantung, which had been torn from future, not to act unjustly. America . protectorate over Counfy Board,. A. O. H., plans to faithful members of the G. O. P. by the street car men. was made claimed a their wives The Hert. call open meetings, Inviting those of sixty feet of car rails on a her by ruse and by force? It should has a right to claim before she ITere's one safe bet. Searcy machine sees now that a .and daughters and sympathizers, orate. a highwayman proclaims over not members of the order to help stretch, sawing off of pole after ho hnnwi nmi desired that Janan enters into a. bond to preserve for who regarded the girls death as your pocketbook when he holds you In arranging for President Do pole, tho soanlntr of hundreds of spontaneously will renounco an act England her possessions that mistake was made in selecting Mr--1 --. a( the point or a pistol and forces Valera's visit. row as tno stanuaru- - Dearer anu aro"""o girl was Thomas Walsh, S. feet of track, taking down of wires at once shocks all equity and 'and prove her title to these tho known to bo anlyou to dolIrer your valuaDlea. By J. McEllIott, Thomas Dolan, Daniel for squares and numerous other acts busy looking for any old Issno that and leaves a stain on tho treaty sessions. And It Is America's duty enthusiast for the cause of the seizuro of Egypt England adds McCarthy, John E. Browne and of the kind without the Keystone of Justice." will aid tho campaign without Pt- im Justice to listen to those who contest ingianu b uuu ana not al""".. "r.1" ??".. "t1'"'0 more than 350.000 square miles to Thomas Dlgnan spoke on the pro- police even getting a clow. If sixty tine Morrow to tne iimoiignt. I" feet of Tail can be taken un and low their claims to be brushed aside Democratic State leaders are LEXINGTON ELECTION. her territory and a population of posed visit and pledged support. tTim f by tho frown of those who dare not carried away then lookout for some sanguine of a big victory In Novem!S2 13.000.000. The wealth ot Egypt enterprising performers swiping a ber and all are enthusiastic over tho lined both sides of tho street, and la immense and her resources aro Blue Grass Council, K. of 0., of ' face an Impartial court. HTOHETiL DEAD. JOHN few of the street cars. It sure is Lexington, has elected the following i...,t.i-"Should President Wijson at any harmonious convention, which seems lYilUOJ L1IU HnMrt .9 I Jt M. . j A ' l4SlWt .i UCU1UU UUU PUSBUU TOIWUCU laughable to see tho Joke cops officers for tho coming year: J. P. time within tho council of the to have satisfied everyone but tho the Mahomed Abdou, a leading mem lines they fell in line behind the ber of the Egyptian refugee colony of John Mitchell, former President wandering around blindly while Banahan, Grand Knight; Dr. H. F. League desire to use his Influence Republicans and the Bingham press. the United Mine Workers of everything possible .is bolng pulled attempt to Tho Pohlmeyer, Deputy Grand Knight; In favor of Irish liberty, the English in Now York, was then heard. Ho America and one of tho Jir ticket and convention with Amalgamated damn tho demanded "outright freedom" for known labor leaders In the United off, and to add to the misery every Hubert DeWagenaere, Chancellor; representatives will answer him by . of Street n j faint praise fooled no one, and It's and Electric Association Emnloves. n., States, died Tuesday afternoon in body of citizens that bring In resolu- P. C. Clark, Financial Secretary; F. telling him that the Irish question Railway we say: attitude was exposed by the Louis- marching Post Graduate Hospital, New York tions say "If Tho had proper police L. McCarty, Recorder: Bernard Fal- - 18 a purely domestic question (for in fours to tho church. resolutions should Ion, Warden; P. J. McGovern, Ad- - Britain which the British peoplo ville Herald, the official Republican "English Justice does not exist. City. Born In Braldwood, 111., forty-nin- e protection." "If we had vocato; J. J. Bonflold, Treasurer; ' must De auowea io ueai wun m organ, which has become Intensely The colls ot occupation have been years ago, at the ago of eleven be amended to read: NEAPING OUR SHORES. Jealous over the favoritism which drawn tighter and tighter about the years ho began work in the coal proper police." To save their face Edward Thornton, Insldo Guard; .their own way. When wo complain say that it means the Bingham press is accorded by mines, by and reputation a detachment of our James Dolan, Outsldo Guard; J. P. of Article X. and All preliminary plans have been'Drotest aeainst any treaty which studyingobtaining his education de- comedy cops go out every now and Sullivan, Trustee. that America would have to dis Mr. Hert, the Republican boss in at night. He soon countenance her sympathy toward Kentucky. One of tho leaders ot completed for the reception of the 'shall In Itself destroy Egypt's hope veloped an interest in labor then and lock up a batch of school Btaff Informed Vatican choirs comprising notable of political emancipation. revolutions of subject peoples we.aro English problems and a deep sympathy for kids, charging them with the grave tho Courier-JournSOME DEBT. crimes ot laughing at the police or said to bo simply carping and rals- a few ot the delegates standing singers of .the Chapel, St. control would mean that any man workers in coal mines, his conserva- calling tho "Keystoners." around at the convention that Peter's Basilica, St. John Lateran who dared express any national tism and ability winning the conMexlco's public debt is $500,000,- - Ing imaginary difficulties, but this We don't like to add to tho near 000 instead of tho $264,786,042.63 Is what President Wilson himself "Morrow was a cinch in November," ait fVlft Qrtln nantAnini Tlnma feeling In Egypt Is at tho mercy or fidence of tho employers of labor Mayor's troubles, but we would like as officially proclaimed In paid ad- - said In his Inaugural address on evidently following instructions as now on ship board traveling towards ,of 'English brutality. Under present and natlpn-wld- e recognition. Surviv .... rnnrtlHnn.q natives who Tirotest are ing him are his widow, a daughter. him answer about two other Import vertlsements in American newspa- - March 5, 1917: to the circulation of Hert propagan xt v i. i .i "" Just after being pere. This new total is admitted in " 'That tho community of interests da. But united Democracy need ? thleMlv or shot down Miss Katherine, and two sons, James ant matters. elected Smith, accompanied by an omclal statement by Luis, Ca- - and of power, upon which peace have no fear of the treachery of tho Individually or en masse. The and Robert Mitchell. ST When his Bingham press and the time is ap- place at Carnegie Hall, New and most despicable outrage condition became grave Monday at Messrs. Johnson and Thatcher, mado brera. Secretary of tho Treasury In must henceforth depend, Imposes York by England proaching when a united query will City, on Tuesday night, Soptember J.atot and the action which tending physicians decided after a a round of the engine houses and President Cararnza's Cabinet, re-- upon each nation the duty of seeing be nut forward by Kentucky Democ 16. This concert will be under the brought on, tho latest widespread hurried consultation that a generous pleaded with tho firemen not to celved at Washington on Wednesday to it that all Influences proceeding strike or form a union. In return through official channels. and auspices of the city of Now York nu"n8 1S l" .uiprwuumuui i racy asking the Courier-Journfrom Its own citizens meant to en- w courage or assist revolution in other SaglouK native Egyp- - approaching crisis, two public J, States should be sternly and effec- WITH NUPTIAL LSS. 'Robert the 'proper grelt.nl'ol "an of Tm nent attainments, who tually suppressed and prevented.' by both the aSe0loLbDerc!,P-P-- d vAr old rflnrsBentfttivfiH -N0 ro: vhnn had been Minister of Education and irtwo and twenty-fou-" r r I nm nwl f "And once tha LoaeuG of Nations racy. Iil'l'll 111 AMNKNKllh w'I'H. Th t?av. OdArln Auor officiated 'they reach had been a leader of the Egyptians. u,r,?no2!: "a,?I tt . nnV into SXir mSLi SDeaklne of local Democracy, the "?.? in Paris " hfls beca fired, at St. Anthony's church In Jeffer- - is signed, England will Insist on Si EWmnnr a "ttl w rK, win lorumiiy ...:, fnr )'""' o. mi.sonvllle on Tuesday morning at tho America acting In the letter and In rMeve the visitors at tho City Hall lunZ, ' cl,mb a lodder, nuptial mass and marriage of Leo the spirit of that declaration. Dis- ck" U,at of ' NEW ALBANY. they ? patient failed to rally. been received by after ftna , ,fc f, th Vs after paid bave respects" to Arch- 0 Avls Krebs. a clerk, of Louisville, gulso It as wo may, tho new cove-their In the and .slble or and Miss Ethel M. Horlandor. A nant Is simply a new holy alliance." widow the Catholic faith and had since Mrs. Isabella Nicholson, .. t.r" " BaoP irawiCK J. iiayes, Ot the local committee. The rumor that diocese of New York. ihiuui, number of relatives and friends of "one placed tho hoso """-of Jonathan Nicholson, died Sunday ho(n a riwmlnr and lvnnf mm. i " while in a sewer the bride and groom were present. Chairman Frank McGrath wanted to BARDSTOWN. morning In tho home of her daugh- - munlcant. nolo instead or the fire cistern. As . resign as Chairman started little Hrn T1 T . TXn.Alr.it it, lino TAa Xiv.. u.n .tisane TAKES WD3E FD3LD. mia. zj. for tho political assessment THE booms for different men prominentSt. Joseph's College at Bardstown MISSION AT ST. THOMAS. Market street, New Albany. Besides HOLY TRINITY FUND. FIREMEN ARE NOW BEING ASly connected with the Democratio beaan on Tuesday what promises to -- t Rev. Thomas E. Sherman has been Mrs. Hackett she Is survived by SESSED $20 and $25 each and wo party. Col. Jako Haager and Charles A mission will begin tomorrow at bo the banner year ot Its history. Oeow. Richard and The men of Holy Trinity church. ,ifv the mimlnlstwiHrtT. tn .in,, it Mllllken were suggested by one recently appointed by Most Rev. St. Thomas church at St. Thomas, Tho number of applications filed a Smith should either apologize toi Nelson county, and will continue passed all former records, Nw Alb7 ,ha,!, group; Charles Cronan, Edward J. Archbishop Christie, of Portland, In Bloom-- " made MoDermott and Dr. Buscheraeyer Ore., to act as Settlement Agent 'h "Sen S New hZPafn80lU1rTrmG.m:i1,, or annonnco that he two year, ago through the week. The services will Bardstown Council, Knights ot ?. Jr will stop po-- be conducted by the Dominican Columbus, at Its last meeting elected ware mentioned by another section: for the States of making Improvements ' assenents. Incldentaly Col. P. H. Callahan and Peter Lee Idaho in fathers, and a cordial Invitation has the following officers for the employes of the Board of Works and ' Atherton were the choice of some, wUh the National Catholic Council, where the funeral Vervlcee T were1 n,,nSfn suing year: Victor L. Kelley, Grand given the public to attend. Board ot Safety are making precinct iU"d,nim while the old Guard of Democracy He .will establish his headquarters Knight; Frank E. Daugherty, Deputr Tuesday morntar. suggested Gen. Haldeman or Charles MASS FIRST SATO. Grand Knight; J, R. Smith, Flnanr ' Grainger. Edw. Humphrey and Ben Iclal Secretary; Thos. J. Stooker, Sellg Washer were given a call, Newman, In the Cathedral or Quebec mass Treasurer; John E. was first said in 1650. The Cathe- - Chancellor; John J. Barry, Advocate; while Pete Oamgbell was ahw coesiderlmg all of these great con- - o. T. Mudd, Warden ; Louis Blineoe, But dral reminds one of the suggestion, it, has been dlsoovered tinental edifices of Europe and Is inside Guard: T. F. Spalding, Out-oboys la of our finest American Cathe- - sl(je Guard; Sam P. Brown, Trustee, .that the rank and file the to the drals. Four thousand persons can Another Initiation will 'be held by r tke treaehee be accommodated within Its walls. tnj8 r d's her-stee- d Ber-tran. 'n ?m&'mM&ite?im'i " ,: -- so-cal- --- I 'r i" fent "y"", J A .,,...,. v7 J A M dk Eng-whl- ch pos-Ia- w ,wiii Ja .a I A A. V VtfJ Courier-Journal- 's r6n,iT'"',,.f"T f,.? .: I ij most-wlde- ly al . Vr""" . """"""i K"a iri.ftn,l Sf. ZJrWSLX MS dift2S h.VJnierl!8tldJ al vt. . W. 'a ft - hrlt , Ja SKf iT,,"1 Vl,,," '?.5?J.uii!L?B. 1 'n w .i, "" ". SolnCmerlylved Sffi ZJl."-- 2 Xt rg ?M f"11 ' men-tloae- d. ofod Sft&SswS -- K...'JL BSSkM k' LvZ ,?fc 'EiL1.? ,3 en-be- en ne cetinell.-OeWbe- 2. Stjfpp! ja?:Eorc?OErcr KENTUCKY IRISH fiMERfGffi. COJONa EVENTS. x&cs$E-- ? AJsan&xxczAJx HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY September 1G and 1C Lawn fete, ! DIVISION S. euchre and lotto, by Church of Our PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Lady societies, on church grounds, First and third Fridays, Hibernian Thirty-fift- h and Iludd. 0 Home, Portland. IWnted to the Social and Mord Advancement o! Iflih Amerlcaas and Csthollcs September 17 Lotto party of of Hibernians. Young Men's President Tim O'Leary. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order Columbia Athletic Club, 621 East Vice President Walter Murphy. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. St. Catherine street. Financial Secretary John 18G0 Portland avenue. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO.. 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Miss Katherino Lawler is the month at Sewaneo, Tenn. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays LOUISVILLE. KY. .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919 regard to tho treaty the Senate is determined to amend it This, say the friends of tho administra- tion, is equivalent to rejecting the "We scarcely believe whole treaty. this, (but if it is the truth then the treaty should bo rejoctod. If tho President can negotiate any sort of In THE SENATE AND IKELAND. The hearing given by tho Senate Forelgn Relations Committee to the men who presented Ireland's case brought out clearly the objections that the friends of Ireland have to the proposed League of Nations covenant, particularly article X In granting tho hoaring the Senators atoned somewhat for the injustice done to Messrs. Walsh, Dunne and f?i .Ti. 41.. Mis A A . lt 4Vte t.nn conference. Whether any effect in the Senate will follow the hearing is quite another question. The fact that it was granted is something T5 I Tlnn ir CI Mi m 1 f IK a fitaA Ti it &Vi A i A Mr. and Mrs. John T.Malone have of milan Schmltt, entered into returned from. Bay View, Mich eternal rest Monday morning at his OAIWON OFF AGAIN. where they spent the summer. home, 1502 Preston street. Ho was forty-nin- e s?lnpi1. Inasmuch nn If fthnwra that years old and a respected Mis3 Ethel Angemeier left the member of St. Philip Neri church, Whenever England Is cornered THE PAST AND THE PRESENT the Sanato wants to havo all tho In- first of the week for Bardatown, to whore tho funeral took "place ,nt Bho doefin,t answerln& wt&! formation it can get before it acts In the Past our ancestors were content to use tho candlo with Its dim flickerresume her studies at Nazareth Wednesday morning. self- - Academy. Irland her froedom ing rays. on the treaty, The Johnson amend-G,V- 0 . uarson, tho blatant In tho Present (Today) we are privileged to use the steady, brilliant Electric ment, which provides that tho Government Death on- - Monday rendered light tho product of Science. Mrs. B. TIernoy United States shall have as many Orangeman, Is put forth to furnish the firstJessiethe week fromreturned desolate the homo of George and In tho Past thousands of people went thru life suffering from ailments that Frankof votes as Great Britain in tho league, , me cituau uiai uisier win noi oe fort, where she was visiting Mrs. C. Ida Stler, 1037 Adair street, when kZv''H seemed to be Incurable. nine-yeanold son William their In the Present (Today) thousands of people are finding out that these same Is regarded as a strong point by tho satisfied. This week Carson breaks M. Jackson. H swered tho final summons. Funeral ailments yield readily to CHIROPRACTIC the modern scientific method of removforth again and warns (America "to treaty's foes. Mere is tho way one i j services were hold Thursday morn . .. ing the cause of Bis-eas- e. Judge and Mrs. W. P. Lincoln and ing at Holy Trinity church, attend i auu says b, Democrat is reported to have tt"cuu lu Jl OYVU In tho 'Past, the Idea, a mistaken one, was to try and cure the effect without reMiss May Adams w0 waBed thG turned from a stay Lincoln have at ed by many mourning friends. making any effort to find the CAUSE. described tho plight of his colleagues ",t was not or of three weeks In tho Present (Today) the SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC strikes right at the in connection with the Johnson war of Independence." Many would Waynesville, N. O. Profound sympathy Is felt for root of the matter, adjusts the cause, and Nature, tho Great Healer, Is given the to know lf ln tho 'war for In" I l,ko amendment: James J. and Frances Brady, 2805 . B-- i S. O. opportunity to make the cure. Nature never falls ln this task. M. E. Xlnff, Misses Frances "We are between tho devil and Oolendnce Ireland wasn't included, Malone leftElizabeth and return to West Main street, who on Saturday If anything goes wrong with the Electric Light system of your town tho this week to CHIROPRACTOR many would like to know whero suffered the loss of their bright TROUBLE MAN employed by the company is Immediately sent for. Ho locates the the deep blue sea. Wo (have to and school at Sacred Heart College, GIO Starks Bldg. son, James iFrands cause of tho trouble and adjusts it. The Chiropractor is your Health TROUBLE choose between this treaty and "we" would have been lf America Manhattanvllle, N. Y. Brady, the result of of accidental MAN. If you aro ailing send for him. He, too, will locate the cause of your LonlevUle, Sy. didn't come in and save John Bull's injuries. Funoral services were held defeat in 1920. If we voto to trouble and at onco adjust It. Phone City S63 Mrs. T. J. Duffv has returned to Monday morning at St. Charles bacon. ratify the league wo alienate the 8 Live in the Present, don't live In tho Past Hoars 10-her home on Cherokee parkway, church, conducted by .Rev. Father Irish vote. Nothing can placate the after spending tho summer at the Raffo. SCHEME IN TREATY. ndgewater Beach, Chicago. Irish, and without their votes in 1920 we can not carry a single St. Francis of Assist church lost No single act of the Deaco treaty ,Mr8xT FreJIarlexrand daufshter another of its old and respected Suppose we vote opponents has caused so much un Northern State hen Death's summons against the Johnson amendment. easiness ln tho administration ranks Friday from Oak Hall, Tyron, N. C, TOemberg Mrs. came to Louisa Zimllch, 2020 How is a Senator going back to his jn the senate aa the adoption by the where they spent two weeks. J Napoleon boulevard. She was sixty- Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and try to explain wfhy Foreign Relation Committee bf the constituents and Mr. and Mrs. E. j. fiin,.ln ar ' Turivi,ojvaia uiu uuu ..mo wjuuvv ui v decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace overzimii.t. he voted to give his own country , Johnson amendment giving the are exnected to return home nextm!- n,. one voto and another nation six United States six votes In the League week from Atlantic City, where ttey.&Ti" hauled and cleaned. ONJLY Th votes ln matters of vital concern of Nations assembly, the same num- have been spending the summer. requiem high masd. to his country?" ber as the British empire. That Mrs. E. J. O'Brien and little TC MhlvtnAM T)nnllMw TlnlmnUA Exquisitely cleaned on That effect may too offset, how- scheme to give six votes to Great daughter Martha have returned from " ever, as tho True Voice says, by tho Britain to one short notice. CITY 2181 MAIN 2933 imprudent utterances of some Irish was ono of tlja weakest points of the vrciifeu hum nvK.iv uuuiiiiui sympathizers. We note that ono of proposed. treaty. There is not ono PERFECT FITTING Miss Marian Green returned Sun- - 11704 Manle streot. She was a girl of and tbem was quoted a3 welcoming a argument that can bo urged in dftv frnm Piflhfir island. N. v.. whero andamiable dean happy disposition SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES 1,0IL war at once between England and fvor of it. Yet we Relieve cause1f vrotonna it will she has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. We carry a complete line of the United States over the Irish finally be acquiesced in by the Leonard C. Quinlip, at her summer ) fft"T amonBwf Books, Tablets, Pencils and Supplies. home qujgjmttfTrTay as wellbo under-stoo- d Bfiliate. 'v t Thursdayh mornia- - ttfem' Sacred Ask to see our Special Clutch Pent ?&. Mtk Walsh at once that such wild talkU,?N cil the children's delight. Mrs. Man' Clancy returned Tiiei- - conducting Cleaned the government services, the solemn See our line of Prayer Books and ing can only do harm. Whatever day from Saratoga Springs. N. y., , EXPOSED. way. We know how! ' tlosaries for the little ones. where she has been spending tho may be the objection to article X in Ilellgious goods at tho lowest UAUDINAL AT TUTTIMOItE. They come back to you The people of India are now pub- - summer with Mr. and Mrs. John' principle, in practice there is no prices. sterile and clean. likelihood of the United States ever i Ushlng a paper in New York expos Cardinal Mercler, Primate of Bel Goods Co. gium, was welcomed to Baltimore going to war with England to securo ing England's cruelty and oppression, Misses Catherine and Helen and Albert and William Malono Wednesday afternoon by a throng Irish freedom. Those who hope for and pleads with America to help Oculists' Prescriptions. 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky, i ailit aro dreaming dreams and by free India from John Bull's have returned from Rosedale. Mich ! which filled the streets from the Car- they have been spending the r0ad station to the residence of where SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY" talking about It they aro not help-- . hypocritical reign, Then Scotland summer. dlnnl Olhhnns. whoso eiiMt hn will When Swiss cleaned INCORPORATED Mtfcr bll)M-ing Ireland's case. The power of .comes to the front and asks .to be " Rtnnillnir nn hn until 'Wfi1nnqrinv. mi'KllA never lose their newiTilntin in 4 ft la nminfrif stn ' nnnnt'itn1 ffim TPrtrr'InviA t1lir A. C. aicCarty will leave Sop- - tne top step ot cardinal Gibbons' Fourth and Chesjnut. Diamonds demnlng English tyranny over Tre- - claim of oppression and mlsgovern- - tomber 20 for Philadelphia, where residence ho blessed the people of ness. One trial will conup the study of medl-h- e city, an unusual event In Watches vumy uiu tmpposeu I nun u he wll Hake University of Penn- - Rgious land ia inu uuiy practical um ma( , uieui. vince you. at the annals ln this country, But public of small nations Is being exposed bo- - sylvanla. America can give Company E. 17th Infantry, from and Jewelry opinion here will not sustain any foro the bar of public opinion. Camn Meado. escorted the visitor We Are Experts on Fords Miss Corlnne Mazzoni and August . from the station. such radical utterances as those that For F. Berghof f, of Fort Wayne, Ind., came down the Cardinal Mercler Give Us a Trial NOT EXPLAINING. Beek to hare America go to war for Lcsa Money will be married on Wednesday, steps of his car, smiling, moving Irish freedom. If Irish freedom 1, at 9 o'clock, at St. Bonl- - easily, more like an athlete than a Free Road Service In his swing around tho cauhtry October & Dyers SIDNEY'S man of sixty-eigh- t. He wore a face church. depends on that then, Indeed, is President Wilson has thus far failed black cassock bordered with red and ;08 W. Jeffercase hopeless. Ireland's MOTOR CO. Phones 2207 to explain why, if wo fought for the son St Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moynahan under his arm was his broad-brimmbeaver hat. In the station H. til IIIAMllt. h and granddaughter, Miss Katherino freedom of small nations, Ireland Office 617 Fourth Ave. 114 SOUTH FLOYD ST. POLITICS IIURTFUL. return the two aged Cardinals greeted each wasn't included, and why was her Ford, of Jeffersonville, have Buffalo other cheek to cheek and exchanged Plant 909 S. Sixth St. , PHONE CITy 1850 ed Jrom a trip to Boston, ! 'As Near to You zs the Neatest Phon" claims to freedom the kiss of peace. Cardinal Mercler, LOUISVIIiLE - - - KENTUCKY Jt seems to be no longer a ques Peace Conference. Ignored at the arm points in Canada. tall and stalwart, bent low, and Cartion of worklngmon participating to and Gibbons f Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Schmidt an- - dinal arms wereraised his bead about each other's some extent in the management of their I1UUUUU FORTY HOURS' TRAYER. IUB ui men shoulders. MEN'S BLACK OR TAN industries in which they are emdaughter, Miss Laura E. Schmidt, A large chorus greeted the Bel A SPECIAL. SPRAT $3.00 Holy Mother Church is rich ln to Howard J, Cunningham. The ,an prlmate at tho statloa with the ployed. That the whole wage system A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 will bo placed on a new looting Is impressive ceremonies, and not the wedding will take place ln Ootobor. lnglng of ..yive Cardinale," while I children tossed flowers at the pre-Mr-s. promised by President Wilson, who least are those ot the Forty Hours' m P. H. Callahan and Miss Cardinal Mercler, ON STEAMERS has called a conference of all the Prayer. (More than any other form Edith Callahan have returned from late's automobile. Gibbons, resigned with Cardinal interests concerned in production. If of devotion it arouses the enthus- St. Louis, where they have 'been the themselves to a ibattery of "movie Tfceis shoes are. world beaters Queen City the conference bo kept beyond the iasm for God's service. This is due, guests of Mrs. Callahan's son. Rob- men." Onco Cardinal Gibbons, with they look well and tbey stand the of course, to the exposition ert E. Callahan, and Influence of Bolltics It should ac most Blessed Sacrament and of the since leaving Colorado,Mrs. Callahan fatherly solicitude, bought to hurry boars of service. They are designed forcewhero they his guest away from tho station, but At 5 P. M Every Friday. and built for service and they rencomplish much good. It may be ful (bringing home to us of the pres- spent the summer. I camera men made a great clam der that servioe. tho taken for granted that labor will ence of our' Eucharistlo God In our or. and they stood still for another We telegraph Flowers Everywhere SPALDIKG SHOE CO. midst. Tho Forty Hours Mrs. Mary Mahoney and Mrs. moment Armed sailors sat in tho have a larger share in determining flPewoe Valley on Sunday opened at morning, Along EIGHTEENTH AND 4?.8 of labor and working condi- September 7, with high mass sung Frank Queenan were hosts at an front seats of the automobiles. cars hours Out of the High-KeDistrict Informal dinner given Sunday at the route children knelt as the MEET THE BOAT TRIPS tions than It has heretofore enjoyed. by the pastor, Rev. Father Boee. In Mrs. Mahoney's home, 833 South rolled slowlv bv. and at the Kate of If You OPEN ETEN1NSS The only difference of opinion now his opening sermon he told of what Thirty-secon- d street, in honor ot tho Cardinal's house, a mass of brll- - Every Sunday at 9 a. m, from Third does And Need a Girl Worker, Is as to how far labor shall bo the church Intends and ot the in tho thelr nephew, Thomas Cassllly, who liant colors, stood 'boys and girls and River. 'blessceremonies an.d liturgy With flags and a company of boy Phono Main or City 141. allowed to go. Wo don't want ed reason of the Forty Hours, that left Tuesday for St. iMary's College. zouaves from one of tho parishes OR VIEW OIL where he to make priesthood.will beEln studies for the' After the visitor had blessed tho bol8hevlsra and wo don't want the is to renew and WILL VISIT ERIN. and present to us the MAP OF throng, Cardinal Gibbons lustily Girl If You old capitalism that left labor nothing again' living mysteries same awful that were act called for the people to cheer, and to say, Tho conference should bo ed or instituted on the night oC tho TiOTTO SOCIAL Mr. Dillon Mapother will leave this was done with a will. Then, KENTUCKY FREE And Need a Position able to find a working mean. Last Supper. For weeks Fathpr -early In October for Ireland, where Next Wednesday night a lotto fhe crowd Boss snared neither time nor laoor City 3359 d he will spend some time. Main 3359 CALL US Also Sample Copy Free o the to make this blessed season most Im wJ"be ven forth in the singing ot 'ttly Coun-,- f REIGN OP FANATICS. pressive. Tne altar was amaze witn F ?, KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL Womin's Activities, STSr 1 Sil hall. 52G Lampton street,Vry, Tls of Thee." Gov. Jlarrlng-churc- h PHOTOPLAY light and decorated with choice cut !,. n0nin'ra imi National Catholic War Council Along with fine protest against the flowers and potted plants, which near Hancock. After the lotto Samoa oaees. Fullv illustrated, thirtv-tw- o committee 0f several hundred citi- Tne Catholic Photoplay -- g greeted seventy-fiv- e high ooet of living comes the grow- added a new beauty to the other- the bath tub donated by the Stand- thousand readers. and accompanied Car-ar- d CS7 South FoHrth St. Com-dln- al Service, Intended to servo more Sanitary Manufacturing Merci6r through the streets, ing rumble of discontent against the wise beautiful church. Despite the ADDRESS despite the fact that pany will be awarded. All friends cardinal hot weather Mercler was principal than seventeen million persons in East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. HENTUCKY reign ot .the Prohibition fanatic. This no cars wereand OIL JOURNAL running on account of ot Rev. Father Schaaf, O. F. M., the gue3t at several social affairs Thurs- - tliis country, la after many weeks of CAMILLE DETERT, applies especially to the class of the city railway strike many walk- pastor, and the congregation are jay, and Friday he spoke to priests preparation XX Inter-SoutheBuilding established and working. Employment Bureau. g cordially people who partook of beer and ed miles to be present at the ppen-ininvited to attend and en of this archdiocese In. St. Mary's According to a statement LOUISVILLE,-- KY. Issued Larger numbers at- joy a pleasant evening. services. Sunday he Is to celebrate Seminary UgJit wines. 'There are millions of tended and were faithful to their mass at the Cathedral and a mon-st- from Its offices, the Catholic Photo H ! Y l 'X' "J 'J "J' I J' "J 'J V V f v lV 'L thesa and they are rebelling against hour of adoration, and greater num p reception to the people ot Bal- play PreiRevIew Service will RIGHT OF CHILD. the domination of a small coterie bers received the sacraments than, at timore will be given Monday in tho erate with most of the leading of Prohibition hypocrites and misfit any other Forty Hours. No doubt Archbishop Olennon says: The Fifth Regiment armory. He is to Catholic publications in this counSO YOU WANT TO SSKXi OB BUT? many the petitions for d. deliver his first address In America try, insuring a wide circulation in a r I can Sell or Trade or find a preachers drawing salaries from the. favors.were blessings for Holy various child has a natural right to be Mother and Buyer for your Business, Farm, MIno protected and educated. He on Tuesday. specialized sphere. Its promoters n League Personal liberty Church and our country ascended or Property of any kind or descripare said to bo meni with a well has a right to be taught not only tion. We nave Businesses and Entercan not be throttled continually to the throne ot grace and were all that Is necessary for good cltlzen-shi- n prises of every kind For Sale in alJEFFERSONVILLE. grounded knowledge of the photospeedily granted. Sunday night the most any part of Kentucky, Indiana hare, but as a child of God play Industry, having a wide exWithout a protest, and that protet Rev. and otlies States. Cant. Reals Barrett, of Camp Jeffersonville Council, Knights ot perience In the advertising and pro will grow until there Is a day of Taylor, came out to Pewee Valley he hag even a prior right to know To Bay lf Yoa Want or Private or Bell at his Columbus, held a well attended and paganda field and ln earnest symGod has given the reckoning for hypocrisy. Auction Sale and preached at the evening service. morallaws spiritual life, and for that spirited .meeting this week. The pathy with the policy of making and all 10c and on the confessional, not so n spoke prove Write or Call pictures. greatest interest centered In the exhibiting only clean Its dlvln Institution is necessary to fit him for citizen- -' ' much to resulted Charles J. Meegan, formerly conMMB TO KNOW. kingdom BUSXKSSg EXCHANGE but rather the part it play ln the ship ln thecan only of his Father. election of offieers,F.which Grand nected with George Klelne, is for O'Nell, obtain In the as follows: James . every practical Catholic. On This he. life 6f Auctioneer and Real Estate the present in charge. He only rePresident Wilson is now making Sunday and Monday the devotions Catholic sehool. Therefore to the Knight; Benjamin iMoCartln, Deputye cently rrraey, iie-Thleft the service of Knights ot LOUISVILLB THUST BLDQ. hit speaUatc tour to .convince the of the day were brought to a close- Catholic school Tie should b sent. ,' Orand Knight; ChartsCarl .Berbet, Clumbus "War Work, Where for $ Cuhi'j. Phone, Mab 2360 so cording Secretary; parent neglecting Tuasdaymornyear he was in close country that tiw Siate should ratify by benediction, and on Home Phone, City 6313 gecretary: Traak J. more than a tng mimy were 'brought to fittingly violates the natural Tlfht of the Financial press and If Yoa Wast to Contract TJe, list With th peace treaty at onw. ohlld, and is guilty of ofciM lAandom- - Braun, Tmumtw; Matthew Dolan, touoh with the sCtholIc country. th Wgh roMB4 flMi t,9ne. Se4 for OhaaMllor; Joba G. Ooku Trustee. all the newspapers ot the nrot, from the recent trenu or- argumeni diction thU special time of grace. t 1 1 ( treaty that suits (his peculiar whims and then force tho Senate to swallow It whole on the plea that amendment .means rejection it is time to know this fact. And It is time for the Senate to assert its constitutional rights over treaties. i ADVERTISING Miss Corbett, of Chicago, is CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS ARITHMETIC tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. D. Meany. MECHANICS AND MATERIALS , BUSINESS ENGLISH Duffy. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Sign of CIVIL ENGINEERING The BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE Quality Training Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. MATHEMATICS ENGINEERING, TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL, WIREX-EMrs. Joe Woods and daughtor Treasurer John F. Burke. ELECTBICAI. ENOrNEEBIKO COMMERCIAL ART AND DESIGN Sergeant-at-Arm- s Louise spent last week visiting ConPatrick MAGA25INE ILLUSTHATINO GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY friends at Bardstown. nelly. GENERAL AND INDUSTRIAL SPANISH AND CHEMISTRY PRENCH Sentinel M. J. McDermott. SHOW CARD WRITING CIVIL SERVICE COURSES Miss Irene Stack has been visiting EMPLOYED BOYS' COURSE (SPECIAL) DRAVING AND DESIGN at Newport, the guest ot Miss Marie RECENT DEATHS. Redmond and mother. THnhAth TEiilor arrevl onvontv. Miss Ada Will has returned to nv nt mtffcm- - v.,iitr niori .tut,. Call, Write or Phone For Free Circulars. her homo after spending some time day afternoon, and her funeral took in Cleveland and Canada. place Wednesday morning from St Phones: City 9121, Main 216. At the New Building. Third and Broadway. Boniface church. She was a cousin Mis Irene McCabe has returned of Miss Elizabeth Vogel, 857 Water from a sovoral weeks' visit to Mrs. street B. G. Isaacs at Middletown. Irene-i iTREE-HAND Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President John J. Barry. Vico President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence BLUE PRINT READING STRUCTURAL DESIGN PERSONAL EFFICIENCY BOOKKEEPING AND PENMANSHIP CREDIT MANAGEMENT SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING HIGHER ACCOUNTING ' BUSINESS LAW SAXESMANSHIP - - FALL SESSION OPENS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 EiPS !l5t Bo0t KtfH JH CHIROPRACTIC ar ... Hk eight-year-o- ld 1, 3-- "tc nrinj', rnni ,, SZ, FINE Positively Only Ten Days More For $1.00 $1.00. GOWNS n,i"y7' niir rpdi-tciiu- i E. G. HEARTIOK " MEN'S SCHOOL DAYS .f3,8"'1 v Hrt CLOTHING QRQf - Silk Shirts Rogers Church I re-ci- ne THE FORD SHOP SWISS Cleaners ed PEFFER $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 Round Trip $2 FUNERAL FLOWERS y !..... WORKSHOES $3.50 to. $600 America and 5o Are an Employer nt BIRDSEYE Are a Worker To fL n?i' ' - Pre-Ro-vle- w rn er ! 'X1 co-o- I sup-norte- SMOKE Lady Dash Little DoYouWanttoSeliorBuy antt-Saloo- ITARPY'S L 5c Best Cigars ETXB8XBOB 701-70- 2. to-d- - Jdi Hade 'H"H"ll'l,l' Eoaxetf'xvijoisry rubra: AJMCExaLCAJB.. MMeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee SdwStoe A Message HERMAN STRAUS g pomrm Avenue SONS market J r wcprPfffiAreo snret To Every Woman These are days True economy when economy it a necessity. does not consist of slackness in housekeeping, poorer food or overworked housewives. lies in taking advantage of modern methods of saving time, labor, health and meney. IN THE MEN'S STORE PALL STYLES IN MANCHESTER True economy Extreme value, foot comfort and long service combined with an unlimited stock to choose from, make Boston" shoes the popular choice for School wear. SHIRTS Great care has been exercised in the selection of materials and patterns of this well knewn make of Men's Shirts, made with the popular Seft French cuffs and laundered neckband. As usual, all sizes. Fine Madras Shirts ..... $1.75 Crepe Madras Shirts $2.00 Fine Oxford and Repp Shirts $2.50 Satin Stripe Woven Madras Shirts . $3.50 Silk and Linen Mixture Shirts $4.98 Genuine Silk Java Crepe Shirts . . . $5.00 Fine Crepe de Chine Shirts $10.00 $2.50 TO $6.00 Household management has jerfm5ffwe become a science taught in colleges and schools. Scientists and inventors have devoted their lives towards solving its problems. Realizing the need for a source of knowledge and advice on this subject, we have established a new department, to be placed at the service of the women of Louisville. will be at your command, without charge, SAORED HEART ACADEMY, The Unulin Boarding &&. Day School For Girls Bad Tons? Womttu CRESCENT JOLlif KOUXSyiUE, XT. High Moral and Intellectual Stand, ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: Secretary, Sacred Heart Academy, 3115 Cherokee Drive, - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE This department will be known as the Home Economy Department, and at all times. What the Home Economy Department can do for you will be described in future announcements. 'Watch for them. AUTUMN FESTIVAL To be given by St. Edward s Church, Rev. Theo. H. Reverman, Pastor, Jefferson-town, Eye Strains Cause Nervousness great tell you NERVE specialists will eyestrain.that apair ofdeal of nervous properly-fitteA comes from d Park, Hikes Point, on the Taylorsville TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. at Bauer's Louisville Gas The Same Low Prices & (Incorporated) Electric Co. glasses will relieve the strain on the optic nerve of the nervous system. MO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION. Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at this price. Road. CHICKEN SUPPER Inter-Southe- rn The Price of Electricity and Gas in Louisville Homes Before the War During the War After the War. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete $4.50 Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFPIN, President. d, No Advance "Sterna uffaltcvry IXUI8VIIiIiE, KY. agency for 11 conservatively managed, medium-sizeWhy not take an clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of tho American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of the very highest rank? 6ff fifth and RuCd avenue, tomorrow KNIGKTS OP COMIBUS and "Monday evening, and the ladles in charge of tho affair especially invite the friends of Rev. Martin O'Connor; the paotor, to come and What They Have Been Doing spend a pleasant evening. Music, Late News That Will Interest refreeamentsjfocial games will Member Here and the Past Week Q featu S Jburtft Ave. louisvillc.JGf HIBERNIANS. NewsN will CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC-HOOF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,0 00 N MEN TWO-PIEC- E Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than 14,600,000. Excess deposlt.over all requirements $1,000,000, or SO, per cent, more than the 'law requires. leocr contracts with '"rj)afjMteMBimlMloa. SUITS... THREE-PIEC- E US plw 1.50 rvening. Division 3 Uincil has had a SUITS.. L. KEttMTOKrsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Coned Glasses Are as Important as ASK ANY OCULIST J VS. .JkJMOXKX.lOAJXm FILIPINOS Their Intellectual Advancement and Character Landed by Noted Observers. tho Only Malays Who nave Risen to Such High Standards. BASEBALL Today, Tomorrow tnd Monday Double Header Sunday K. OF C SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ST. PAUL LOUISVILLE GAME CALLED 3:15 Reserved and Box Seats at Lee Lewis' Fourth anal Market. Oircns Making Farewell Trip Trough Belgium, Franco and. tho Itlilncland. the Right Medicine. SEPTEMBER 8-1- 3, We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements 'of $110,000.00 IN PREMIUMS. 1919 Oculists' Prescriptions. Are 013 FOURTH AVENUE HEPATRINQ THE BALL OPTICAL CO. MARY ANDERSON OPP. Owe WELDIN of- - Drags of 'Three Sawdust Rings and. One Hundred and Fifty People. a Great Debt to tho Bearers of JOHN B. RATTERMAN Show Given For Benefit of Civilians Export Attention On Kopalrs .On All Makes SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIIUNQ Oars tho Cross of Christ. FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. . in Several of Targo Cities. $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 Contests for large purses by world's famous drivers. Trotting and Running Races. High-clas- s Mid-waand Hippodrome attractions. y AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2809 PROGRESS ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILIiH, KX. S THEY HAVE MADE. WHiD LEAVE UNIQUE CAREER. Maximo M. Kalaw, Secretary of the Philippine Mission to the United States, has prepared "A Guide Book on the Philippine Question" which has recently been Bent to the American press. The purpose of the prepare take CLEANED, PACKED pamphlet, we people it, Is toappreciaPROPERLY BLENDED tho American for an tion of tho claims of the Filipinos ASK YOUR GROCER. for independence, and it makes a strong case for the Inhabitants of Home City 8300 Road Service. the Islands annexed to our possessions as a result of the war. JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. BUILDER What interests us most in the 941 South Third St pamphlet aro the references to tho 2481 MONTGOMERY STREET Filipino character and progress ACCESSORIES made under the influence of the FISK TIRES Home Phone Shawnee 1010 Catholic missionaries. Kalow tells us, e. g., under Spanish rule, JOHN B. O'LBARY & CO. SAM ROBERTSOR "as early that, 186B, out of (?) a as Headquarters for population of 4,000,000 there were CONTRACTOR FOR 841 schools for boys and 833 for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY girls. In 1892, eight years before the anything In real ALL KINDS OF OONGRETB WOW coming of the Americans, there were See us about estate. We sell, buy and rent. 2,137 schools. There were also dur St. 1815 8. Twenty-sixt-h ing the Spanish regime colleges and 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. universities where professional trainHome Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee 168 ing was given," he lists these institutions, giving the year of the SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. founding of the University of Santo having regular InWM. P. BANNON Loans to those Tomas, Manila, 1611, making the comes or salary, with no publicity yoars older University "twenty-fiv- e CONTRACTING PLASTERER or red tape. Loans to housekeepers than Harvard." Kalaw quotes from security. on their personal the French exploror La Perouse Brook and Bloom (who visited Manila 1787); the F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. 16I-- T Englishman Crawfurd, "historian of Room 1, Courier-JournArchipelago;" the Indian the 415 B. Fonrth Street. Jagor; tho German naturalist Home City 2803 Austria Blumentritt, and the AmerT. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY ican Le Roy, to Illustrate tho progress made by the Filipinos unIncorporated. der tho Spanish regime. To the FRED HORNUNG, JR. testimony of these men he adds a ST. SOUTH WENZEL 0 PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING collection of comment by Americans on tho Philippine republic of 1898. 712 West Jefferson Street Both Phones 4202 A particularly interesting paraKy. Louisville, graph is devoted to Mr. Taft's opinion, expressed in a serial report "SOUTHERN STAR" Homo Phono Shawnee 80S to tho President of the United States in 1908, on "Filipino character and SLICED BACON HENRY GOSS Integrity," who said In part: "The Griddlo in the Roofing, Guttering, Spouting All Ready for Yonr Christian friars Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted peoples left the people a with (west Morning" that Is ti people HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE rney looKea toward Asphalt Shingles a Specialty ern ideals. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Rome, and Europe and America . . .. It is the only Malay or oriental race Incorporated They w GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. that Is Christian. like the. Mohammedan DEAD ANIMALS Incorporates. who despise west' EKTGIyEH-RI- IiBJM:XKIK ISorOHBRDKBE ICED EA ARTHUR A. WILL We have the largest lndo. pendent Pord Repair Stop In the city. Oar modern facilities mean killed serrtoo at reasonable cost. GET 00 PRICES "Any Kale Oar Towed In" FORDS REPAIRED DUfrAR GARAGE 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. and Other Information, Write FOUNT T. KItEMER, Secretary, C04 Republic Building. Louisville, Kentucky. SPECIAL Spanish-Am- erican IUA J. DUG-AN-. Shop Foreman and deneral Manager TITinnTC STREET 191R RfYTTTW Ii. WE HAVE-I- STOCK al MONUMENTS ft MARKERS Bought before the recent advance in prices. If in need oi work of this kind it will pay you to get our prices. n Special ajtenfion given to orders. 508-51- B. F. MARQUESS & CO. 414 S. Second CONSULT St., Louisville, Ky. Cut IP rap or CTucrt BECKER 13 STARKS BLOC O. OPTOMETRIST bone Frmerlr with citr liSe. an ft Son, JJL- PKHS3 The Knights of Columbus circus which braga of three saw dust rings and performers representing many nationalities is making its farewell trip through Belgium, France and the Ithinoland. After the tour, which terminates about November 1, the show will disband leaving a unique career with the Europeans. On tho present circuit tho show will .bo given for the benefit of civilians in several of tho large cities where tho A. E F. Is still being reDresented by tho military police, who aro tho last to leave for home. Some Idea of the magnitude of this American circus, better known as .the "Casey Circus," can be gained when one realizes that it takes twentynfive freight cars to transport it about. There are upwards of 150 performers, some of whom aro Italians, Japs and Czechoslovaks of European circus fame before the war. The specialties Include trapeze artists, contortionists, tumblers and slack wire performers. The greater part of the actors are men from the American forces to iwhom the business of playing tho slap stick and pantomime comedy strongly appeals. Tho performances are given in the open air, except when the circus strikes Paris, (Brussels and other big towns. Tho popcorn vendor and lemonade dispenser always accompany the show, which is run under the K. of C precept of "Everybody is iwelcomo and everything is free." Two and one half hours are required tor the programme. The concluding act Is given over to a real American spectacle which delights tho Europeans. A group of some forty American westerners rldo out on wild horses 'broncho racing and giving an exhibition of what the men of "the (foothills country" can accomplish in tho art of throwing a lariat and checking a stampede. A pictorial story of tho circus has a film company and sed In this country, kwho never had the, France will bo k at the great- spe.' RKDUOKD RAILROAD JRATJSS. Catalogue For . 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