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NO. 13. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY,EPTEMBER 27, 1919. opinion as to Its buiIihk but judging from the results to date 1 have every reason toSaHeve that it will prove entfo&yfcatluf&otory luiu oi grcai vaiue w eoiuiers. TOM RHEA 1 Blal, in 'I A. IV I MULiscttf cAtcrw. soroec I BROWNTAXI &UAuft UMAf AH HUM 9 4 T SB Kvery Driver an Bscort. I I PRICE FIVE CENTS. LITTLE SISTERS Ueait- - I Delivers Telling Speech That thuscs the Democracy of Kentucky. En- - Draws Flro and Exposes nypocrlsy " of Courier-Journami Times. al section of tho country, to attend the opening Catholic University ' o: of the conference calle than 600 Ar h other prelaU s Catholic Church, reir More ops and oatholio Piivilbiur. i !lops, Blsh- - Wednesday uoman ting every evon hand on at tno Celebrate Golden Jubilee AViUi tlfnl Religious Ceremony on Tuesday. 'Hv P-ij- it j HK( ViM - HEr7 v HHBH BossIIert Wants . ' . Vice" Presidential Nomination of G, O. P. "' 'Next Year. f 'Sy 1H&, . 'sv - jOHPliBBiH JiiiW PUTS BALLARD ON DEFENSE. .H. nsTwK I Not only Democrats but all classes of voters are still talking about tho stirring speech of Chairman Tom Rhea, of tho State Campaign Committee, which ho delivered at Hopklnsvlllo last Saturday, and to Bay that he has stirred up the opposition Is putting it mildly. Mr. Rhea's speech was a surprise, coming without any prellmiaary announcement and ho carried the fight crowd in to the a manner that has enthused the Democratic workers and voters. But tho best features of all was that Chairman Rhea drew blood from tho Bingham press, Mr. Hert's chief aid In his fight to elect Morrow. SUing to tho quick by the oxposo of Hert's aspiration to deliver Kentucky Into his hands for political purposes the comes out Tuesday Courier-Journwith a covert attaclc on (Mr. Rhea's address and hypocritically pleads for speakers In this campaign not to In other Indulge in personalities. words Mr. Bingham and his supposedly Democratic organs do not want to see any criticism of "Mr. BallaTd, tho Republican nomlneo' for Lieutenant Governor, because of his confession that he Is charging the people of his own State $1.10 more for flour than tho residents of far off Louisiana and other districts. Nor do they want to 6eo any d criticism of Doss Hert and his candidate Morrow. Tho Republican machine all along know that Morrow, tho typical machine politician, needed aid to go beforo the voters and to camouflage nls candidacy they nominated Mr. Ballard for Lieutenants Governor to bolster up his chances, figuring that the announcement of the "sterling businessman," .eto., etcVjwould turn tho trick. Sff the expose of Ballard's profiteering at the expense of the householders and people of Kentucky has created bo much widespread indignation and comment machine has that tho now found Itself In the rolo of n and HnfPTwinr for both Morrow nnllnrd. and seeing the COiTier In which the machine was placed tho Bingham press has thrown aside all caution and Is now attempting to stem the tide of criticism leveled not only at Morrow and Ballard, but comes to the rescue of Hert and al hand-pickeHert-Searcy lng of Catholic church meeting of 1884 la which Cardinal Gibbo surviving member. .1 conference was heigh attendance of Cardinal giunrs aisunguisneir p: record of service to hi lng tho war has woa t of tho world. Cardin dressed tho confereW ana later participated discussions. Questions all pnases of the work lie Church in Ameijfca sldered at the confcrei expected to continue! in today. 1 far-reachi-ng Gibbons. It was thj 1 Cardinal t eather- sinco the tlmore, of the only. in the hv (ha eter, Bel ts, whose ntry dur- dmiratlon ercior ad- me of its jednesday Catho- - Homo For tho Aged Thronged With Their Well Wishers and " Friends. Father Raffo Praises Cluirity Work of These Angelic Women. Rev. ng on DAY NOT TO HE FORGOTTEN. lwhlch Is Ion until lbe con- - ., Searcy. fortune?, and incidentally this paper vas tho first in the State to expose of tho Courier-Journtho and Times. It Is is refreshing to not that the Democratic press and tho Democratic party followers throughout tho State have awakened to the treachery ana ai Is apparent to every one that the Bingham press is being forced into and ax corner. Tho Courier-JournTimes are being Tapldly forced into a position where they will have to declare and prove allegiance to the Democratic party or go over body and breeches into the camp of their new found friend, Ropubllcan Boss Hrt, lately of Indiana. Mr. Hert Is not worrying over tho desirability of Morrow as Governor of Kentucky or whether the people of Kentucky would prosper under his reign. But Boss nert wants Kentucky In the Republican column to enable him to go boforo tho Republican national convention next year and secure tho To Vlqo Presidential nomination. Uiat dnd a campaign barrel of un limited proportions IU bo used In Kentucky tho coming election. Tho Bingham press will lend aid to support Mr. Hert's ambition. That tho people of Kentucky will bo influenced by tho boodlo fund Is another matter. Mr. Rhea also called the attention of tho ipeoplo pf Kentucky to the deplorable situation In Louisville, which is controlled by Boss Hert and his man Friday. A Joke administration of misfit reformers conduct our city and coupJty government. Tho State Fair, of which every Kentuokian is proud, was made a miserable failure and fizzle by (he mishandling of the street car strike here. The negro vote Is coddled her through the free reign of bootlegging Jolrtte and crap games. White women are assaulted, megroes have been murdered In gambling joints with no arrests, and right today the paid employes of the Ky are rounding up a hngo negro vote through precinct canvasses, and this done at tho expetase of th Tho Republican taxpayers. Is challenged to deny double-dealing al al -- Just as contended In the columns of tho Kentucky Irish American for some time, the Bingham press is now exposed In its true colors as first aid to Hert and his. political 's Following up the defense of Hert and attack on Otftrinnan Rhea the junior Bingham organ, thei Louisville Times, tries another taok. It pleads for Boss eatraace 'into the apolitical game on the, ground that he is Adding ipresHge and tone to our MUtteal ipartfee. and Infer that he is aofcmUd hy the loftiest kind of motives. How often have we foeard thte betort. Wieaever some smootti Courier-Journal- this assertlOB. Ht' That this confereaco1 ihavo the rapon so- tosu1 most In the clal and economic eom ected, as United States was to b ment of the great charity order in i&Uscuss a it was called express! 'Louisville, an order that has brought programme that Is i full ",5?i tiuieresi peace and happiness In their last not merely for the nearl: 0,000,000 BEAUTIES 'COMPETE FOR MARY PICKFORDJS CROWN. Catholics 'In the Uqlteil ates, but PERSHING DINES ALLIED GENERALS AT FAREWELL BANQUET, years to thousands of aged men and without regard to nation- o matter Gen. Pershing locently dined the great French and British Generals. ' ?.m Twenty-fiv- e women, aspirants to the crown worn by Mary Plckford, aiso ror every Americac s .or to who commandered the victorious Al lieu armies which smashed Germany allty, creed or color an order what creed ho may. twenty-fiv- e Tho were selected what religious denomln gathered at the Roslyn, Jjong Island. n. he may and the war. The banquet was give n at the great headquarters of the whose whole life has been gives- - to from 100,000 entries In a contest held .by a motion picture magazine. belong. tho care of the poor, a work or No doctrlnaHD. h'ts' are to American commander. will be selected as a successor to Mary Pickford be debated, and while misters of reOne of tho twenty-fiv- e true charity. At an early hour when the film star retires. Left to right are Evelyn Pouch, of Louisligion and church," administration benefactors and visitors began arville; Virginia Brown, of New York ; Blanche McGarlty, of San Antonio, will of course receive attention, e connected with tho visit of tho riving and at 10 o'clock tho homo and Lucillo Klebold, of Atlanta. Board of Tinde kicking committee was thronged and the handsome parts of tho programmewhloh have was that at tho same time there was chapel overcrowded. aroused tho most earnest, and widea representative of an aeroplane spread Interest are those that deal The halls and chapel were politician Tvants to assume control to Invite Smithy for a ride, lcally decorated with white, green with social reconstruction, the enor disrupt a political (party too flits Can you beat that? There the near and a profusion of golden-hue- d forcement of Prohibition, nationalIn on that .old and wortf out bunk Mayor was "up in the air" a mile flowers and many banners bearing ization of education, and especially of 'bringing reform and high Ideals tho rights and mutual 'relations of Cornered by the Hoard of Trade v""1' UI A,,y inscriptions of the order, Over the Into our nasty politics." The junior outside to ask him to come and tako door t0 the entrance hall was a capital and Jabor. jThegofllcial proBingham organ might have told a as to Oui Police Iio- a e gramme Is designedly made broad yellow and white silk banner with ,1, little of Hert's entrance and how he strategy of the Keystone po- - tho moU ..Gq(1 ,BleS3 0ur Benerac. every phase of The u? enough to tection. obtained cpntrol. All know that he Treasurer Callahan Handles Nearly tho great embrace S cker .,s problems .jvlth which i,?whandIin?i.tllS Cai" tors." Above this was another In- secured his i?ost of Rational Rei 1M!,slJS?.,e; Forty Millions 'of War America is wrestling almost If not ,oar? f .Safoty scriptiou, "Golden Jubilee, 18G9- ?n publican Committeeman toy the supquite as desperately asfehe countries 1919," In addition tho Stars and Relief Money. port of Phil Brown, tho negro of Europe In brief the platform Committee Erred in Not Asking For able mention for the plan of having .w w A a4 tvrAHA ni,rtmnnlt politician of Hopkinsvjlle, "who held a "fiiver" niled with Keystoners fol- - ?" the decoration, a large American laid down " by the conference is as 'u away vote, and was seduced Substitutes .for tho Key-low thA cars. There they come flag sj; follows: . made by Mrs. Lawrenco Dona from the camp of former 'Commitright behind tho car, all curtains up, Establishment of discharged stoneis. Many His Efficiency Earned Commendation teeman John McCullocb. as owners of faims, white caps, brass buttons and all hue occupying the honor placo In tho and sailors Two little would' liko to know what Brown reshowing up like a lighthouse in a main dining room. Blessed Virgin in groups or colonies., assisted by From the Secretary of ceived for his 4100) or was ho Just fog, all serving as a warning only statuettes, one of the loans from the Government. tho Treasury. actuated by "high ideals" and "lofty Perpetuation of theUnlted. States Firemen QuUtliiK to Avoid Pajmcnt for no one to try violence, wonder and the other of St. Joseph, which motives." they arc not preceded by a brass lno original group oi aisiera uruugui Employment Service ' and the War . "" band, or why not put a row cow of Republican Campaign Labor Board. "J "v ." ' . .lace e bells on the "fllvor " That will s a pieco oi loveiyholy mass, given Elimination of women from all RECORD BREAKING CLASS. iAsses.mciit. Is1 harmful any trouble, and it Is one safe used for the first to health or avoid Fdit ToMcn School Receives High work that bet that the Keystone coppers are by the Sisters, were on display and morals; proportion of 3snicn.in InYesterday, today, tomorrow and Pralso From Commanding smallestjirac-tlca- l Tho not looking for any trouble. Here'3 attractea special attention. dustry reduced to the epoch all of next week marks an an instance. A at one musical programme was solemn, flt- number; equal payvyritll men Officer. in tho history of the local Council SpME KEYSTONE . STRATEGY. of our largo plants was coming out ting the occasion. Mrs. Fred Harig, for equal 'amounts and tqualitics of 390, Knights of Columbus, as it Second street tho other day and organist of St. iMary Magdalene'a ,i ,. work. Initiation and reception marks tho nearing Liberty saw a crowd of ne- - church, was at .the organ, Miss No reduction inlthe Kenera4',lovel &t Ro- - fMelle fight. ll stops in a Mouehon. violinist, assisted of wages atUInedSiufcLKliifeiwar. of tho Jargest 'Class in tho. council's OF- -' GREAT .VAIiUE "rTJiebat7ifratlcjfanaVothor 'inemberlng1hatMeiV "Cities to takeVlpVhddlfBjr history and incidentally one of the largest classes ever received in the civic bodies are finally arriving at sioner waiKmgoenina mm ue turn- - dames Hennessey, Edgar Dan g od to see what tho comedy cop would stores to reduce the the bottom of tho trouble cohpem-Inrjusath- and.jRose.iWatson and Theo. United States. Exactly 308 "applicaop saw the welsenborger, cost of living by eliminating all midthe street car strike, and when do. Our Keystoner tions have been received for tills CharlcTSlersdarXer4- c Daniel J. Callahan, jof Washing- dlemen's profits. they strike bottom they will find fight about tho same time as our an(j Thomas D. Clines celebration, tho first clas3 being refriend and made a The minimum wage. Q altar was profusoly decorated ceived yesterday, the exercises be- - ton, D. 0., General Manager of the that the trouble is one that has been State Insurance against illness, in- lipped off In these columns for the sharp turn at Jefferson, his motto wJth jublieo coiors and brilliant with ginning at 5 V. m anotner class Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Vilo nftomnftn nt thrt amriA hftiir. iiTid Company and Supremo Treasurer of validity, unemployment and old age, past eighteen months. The resolu- being "discretion is tho better part 1Ignta xhat ehed a golden hue ovor j,ir,i -- mi Mnnl ifLRq nt 11 n'fllnk the Knights tions adopted by the Board of Trade of valor" But credit where credit th0 wh j of Columbus, has supported by a levy on industry. solemn high mass was The right of labor to participate and Indorsed by tho other organiza- Is due, and the Keystoners stood up ceiebrated ilt io o'clock. Fathor tomorrow morning. A banquet- - for handled more real war cash perhaps in Industrial management. requested tho administration to as iPetty and Burllngame say in one FrancIs O'Connor, of the Cathedral, tions 500 will be served at the Seel bach than any other man in tho country Vocational training In all qualliled swear in 500 or 1,000 more police. iiuubu ui u.j '" Hotel tomorrow evening, this being outside of tho mint men and the ?" Rar Urn sacred' service, ' ass Sted by " as private the limit to be accommodated, and gentlemen 'wlho print and count tho schools, schools as well such In public That Is whore the mistake is made. days tho car company sorved the Fathers Paul Smith and Eugene form as The resolution should have called meals to the cops, and at one oi tne Donohue, but always in nearly all tho seats have beon sold. greenbacks. As Supreme Treasurer with Fathor Frankenberger a.llttle crowd of Then the entertainment for the of tho K. of C. It has been Mr. not to deprive any children of at for some real police instead of tho barns at meal time just outside the acting as master of ceremonies. Tho edupresent aggregation or Keystone them were sitting whole week follows, being entitled Callahan's task to hold stewardship least the elements of a cultuial voice of Father. O'Connor gave addcomedy perfonnei'j that li.iie been screen door leading to the Impro- ed charm to the beauty of the the "Au iRevoIr Celebration," in of the many millions which Knights cation. Taxing child labor but of exist- wished on the community by the vised dining-rooThe colored cook honor of and the retlroment of the have received from tho American ence. Father O'Connor officiated machine. But at that who was preparing the meals came present council officers. The pro- public. Ho has held tho purse PraventlOn jot monopolistic control tho Board of Trade is beginning to to the screen door and announced in in the place of Bishop O'Donoghue, gramme is as follows: strings of the original K. of C. war ji . i.h. ,nQ,. wna who had been called out of the city. adequate govMonday, September 29 Musicale fund, amounting to over a million of commodities andof public service strike pay dirt when it complains of ready regulation "Biff " "bang " over went ' "Tho Tvork of the. Little Sisters. of the police, as tho membors of the stools' entertainment by Limerick Musical dollars collected from the. members ernment monopolies chairs 'and everything else as' tho Toor is (4ruechailty." declared board or any other gathering of citientertainers. Club of twenty-si-x of tho organization, of the' K. of C. Heavy taxation of incomes, excess zens will find that our troubles will the old Keystone boys heard that the Rev. Dr. Charles P. Raffo, iD. D Tuesday, September 30 Farewell Independent drive fund, amounting profits and inheritances. Right pastor of St. Charles Borromeo not end with tho end of the street welcome cry of dinner. reception and dance to Grand Knight to over ?14, 000,000, and finally of church, the car strike, as e will still luno tho through the screen they went, not sermon, who delivered wont Jubilee on to Clines and his official family. the K. of C portion of tho United Father THROW OFF Tint! MASK.' punk police department. Wo will taking time to open the door, taking- explain that the Raffo la seldom Wednesday, October 1 Installa War Fund drive amounting to over orphan and anstill have the holdups, assaults, au- screen and all. Tho cook slow get- - forsaken, as children appeal to the tion of new officers with elaborate $20,000,000 $25,000,000 when it The proclamation for the suppres- tomobile thefts, etc , without any nouncer, who was a little ceremonial. Smoker. is all collected. sion of. the Irish Parliament and- help from tho Keystone police, un- ting out of the way, was bowled over world; tha.. the sick are usually Thursday, October 2 Publlo re Dan Callalian's efficiency becomes rairin on Sinn Fein societies In Ire- less tho Board of Trade and others in a jiffy, being sent sprawling on cared for, but It la tho old that for-u- p to ception new administration. onnncli that tho when it Is known that in, Itilmta The cook sat are frequently moie and shame the the floor of the barn. head and said gotten. This Is neglected and the Knights of New Albany and Jeffer- - he has given executive attention to British Government means to goad! resolute some ana rnairmnn nur tho class, said and sctatched his near Mayor sonville as guests. the greatest purely fraterua husl- - the Irish people Into armed resist- - unKame Into giving us a Tew leal wonderingly: "If dem Koystonahs speaker, for which the Little Sisters Friday, October 3 Five Hundred ness which the K. or nave mad ance If that is possible. Wo do not C0J)jvew. cud go after burglahs like dey go of the Poor In Louisville have made card party. during their existence and main hellevo that the plan wm succeeu. Tn ndd tn the miseries, of our after grub this would certainly be a home. "They care for those that Saturday, October 4 Military ball. talned his large private business jrn spito of piwocatlon, we belleve.l Mayor, the committee frojn the tho promise land on erth." A day or the world has cast aside," ho said, Sunday, October 5 Illustrated throughout his kitensivo work as a the Irish neonle will persist in itlioir near or Tracie was neaueu uy two after it was announced in the Thoy were angels of God, asking Hoard Car Com- lecture on K.' of C war work ,by K. of C officer, his duties in that policy of passive resistance to for "Brother Tom." President of that General Councilbe that the to furnish for bread for the aged poor, notwere allowed Director W. J. Moriarty, of St. Louis. themselves, and his hearers embracing, besides those tary tyranny. It is what their lead-o- f body, and all In ull this was a pret- pany wouldn't An BSked to awaken to the fact that n free meals to the Keystoneis. airmanship ers advise, and wo believe that tho ty bad pill for the "lefoim" At the Initiation banquet tomortreasurer, the Vlco-Osaid row evening Chaplain J. Regis Bar- of the K. of C. War" Activities Com- -. lessons of the past have not been to swallow. Just when official of the companysigh of the their labors were for those made in re- rett "will offer the Invocation and mittee. IfoTgotten. Cardinal Loguo, the other Burllngame, Johnson and our noble stockholders breathed a tno imago of God tho aged poor q COuld not care for themselves, addresses will be delivered by Rev. In addition Mr. Callahan was day, declared that the Irishman who Bhelbyvllle Chief were addressing lie when they heard that, as judgCharles P. Raffo. Congressman Alben director of war savings for the broke tho peace at this timd is a church congregations and ladling out lng from that one rush the comedy of all crceds, races and colors with-co"W. Barkley and Joseph P. Tumulty, District of Columbia for the year would tear down the barns In out distinction of any kind, Worse enemy of Iietend than even press stuff about how well the KeySecretary to President Wilson. Father Raffo declared that the 1918 achieving a countrywide record sir Edward Carson or Lloyd George, stone boys were doing during tho a day or twp In getting free meals. There's another branch of the greatest charity humanity has ever d in the sale of war and thrift stamps, That epitomizes the situation in strike, here comes the Board of administration that seems kown ws tne comjng of Christ, MEMORIAL SERVICES. earning special commendation land, Trade, composed principally of Re- "reform" Is teachings the greatest publicans, and adopts resolutions to be from the Secretary of tho Treasury. that the it is unlikely Sinn Fein proclaimed calling for some real police. Smithy "hick" slipping fast and that the and Previous pWlosophy eYCr kown. The llfo fire department. St. Michael's Commandery and St. will have Both Col. Willoughby Walke. of suppression of department had not of Cirisl from mangor to the Elizabeth's Auxiliary, of the Knights tho Coast Artillery command at Fort any real effect on the movement for and Paul became real peeved at the to this the fireas fast "her ,a ono 0, loyo and cnarUy(.. committee, and said they "wore tired deteriorated of St. John, will conduct impressive Totten, N. Y., and Major Gen. C. J. Irish Independence The Irish present adminlstra- - croBS of speaker. This, according M ft commander of the district, Hament was Illegal from tho first of getting resolutions about what to branches the the Joint memorial services tomorrow affollowers of the Hett- exemplified by even went further and tlon, as . th needv very keen , . Seven- have written letters expressing their day of its existence, In the opinion do," and Paul wero not ternoon at St. Peter's Hall, appreciation of the vocational work of the True Voice, but the prockuna-whlc- h compared the committee to. that Searcy machine teenth and Garland, for which a Church of is being carried on in1 the tlon does not make it any more so. boisterous gathering who marched on danger attached and many of them most appropriate and interesting continuation pf the organisations the City Hall and frightened the Fein araiy by the Knights of Columbus. The Sinn programme has been arranged. Tho ? poor old Keystone coppers out of a work He did, and the orders of the exercises will begin at 3 o'clock. To Major James iF. Houlihan, army j throughout Ireland are not 0&s0caquentfy Gen. Bailey wrote: tionary in the sense that they are year's growth. Do you notice that ?rfcUUhvea8urtoLHllSSg0" Mrs. A. Breen, the President, will the "Let mo express my appreciation for the purpose of creating an every time a committee visits preside, and Rev. Father William " haeyflTeCdn1 of tho help wo ore receiving from armed rebellion, against the British near Mayor with pointed questions lei?0 Preble will offer the opening prayer. Paul Burhe feellng-pol- it of Addresses, will be delivered by Mrs. the Knights of Columbus in In military rule under whlon Ireland he calls in Matt Chilton. sometimes ?lon of his address, when the friends or qiUtingthbcc llngame, Chief Petty, and returned thanks to Breen. Rev. Father Preble, Mrs. augurating and oarrying on the has lived for the past three years. the retired Davy Rose, as If ho was cal asMMment of $20 and fffil any and benefactors who T. Stemlage, Rev. Dlomede Pohl- - work of vocational training hi the Irishmen know well enough how afraid to meet tho Issue himself. being asked for the Republican way contributed or aidedhad in the charity campaign. This, too, in spile of tho kamp, Col. John R Fox, Ben Muel- army, and particular- - at Font fuHle that would be. The only Now here is a real tip for tho ler, interspersed with musical num- Totten, These schools afford a fine difference in the situation now and Board of Trade or anyone else "who fact that tho near Mayor had pledg- - work of the Sisters, About thirty priests attended the bers by Mrs. E. Bohn and Miss H. opportunity to any young 'man who a month ago is that Sinn Fein of things. cd himself not to let the firemen bo wants to get at them Vtoar to learn a useful trade or get lngg will now be 'held in out of the Stay away from the kernel Mayor and assessed for political purposes. Won- - celebration, among Stoesser. hymns by the choir and the near recitation by MIbs Stoesser. The de- the technical training which will way places and at times nwhen the call on Ches Searcy, who is the reai dci why the Board of Fire Under-- General Cronln, Father Patrick Holleran. ceased members for whom the mem- help him advance in that trade.-- I military oMlotels are least ejecting Mayor and boss of Louisville. Ches writers doesn't ask Smithy about his Walsh, John F. Hill, S. A. O Connor, orial will be held are Mary Newman, hope that every soldier will realise j them. The work will ha done just has been playing the slicker role promise as they aro forced to raise Thomas Murray, John Constantino Schaaf, J. Margarete Harriett. Michael that hie enlistment now gives hkn a the same. But the proclamation of, lately of sidestepping 4he car strike, ratos and catch hullalwloo from tho J J. Aseant, Seraphin Schlang, also Bohlsen, Sr John Grasmlck, Chas. chance to fit himself for high-clasuppression does inform the world bo as not to hurt the chances of public, Leppart, John Bott, John Kramer, and d Take a peek at the fire depart- - Fathers Athanaslus, C. P. Stephan, work; and that he can that the methods used in Belgium Howdy Bd Merrewr the machine canJohn Bloemer, Geo. (Melhaus, Dr. A use his leisure time, at ao eaponsefor Tour years "are now to he em-t- o didate for Governor, but those that ment the next time you see them O. F, M Relnhart, Rothheui and P. Mueller, "Wm, B. Fronwne, Geo. A. himself, to acquire the knowledge ployed In Ireland. There is a dlffer-an- d want action should corner him. He make a run. You'll see the' drivers others. An excellent dinner for the clergy Beyer, Jr., Henry Kltzero. nractlcal training assuring him enoe of masters, that is all. The makes all of the appointments that looking around wildly to see where to the of a good position when he leaves ttie situation otherwise is parallel. We are made, runs the Sinking Fund, thev are and when they get "hicks" was provided by the Knights the-Columbus and was served by BArotiU " OPEN MOTOR SHOP. know what tne worm ana 'Americans handles all the Republican funds, cene 6f the fire all cf the To Supervisor of fee K. of O. In nartleukw thoucht of the martyr keeps track of all moneys that the indulge in a game of "buttn, but- Queen's Daughters and the Dau? Ben McAnHffe and Edward J schools, Prof. George M. Hayes, dom of Belgium. What ean It think poor old Keystone police and "hick" ton, who's got the putton, in. wieir ters of Isabella, one or tne unio Wolfe, well known young men, have Col. Walks said that he was sur- - of the attempt to suppress by force firemen kick In every month, and efforts to find the fire cistern. Re- - for features was the presentatia 0 Ireland? yet when ,an issue Ilka the street oar cently a member of tne nre uepan- tobaeco, pipes and candy to tt to opened a motor shop at nrUed .. at the easrer attitude of the all asolNttlons.... liberty in .,1 . .. .." ana inanaKercnieis anu canoyi West Main street, and are ready to men 'towara tne senoois. "'i'neiTne prosHtmaiion puis- it. ihuhuuu strike comes up he sneaks off and ment at juauison, mu uiuiujdu hi? respond to calls for their services. sehedule is entirely satisfactory,' in Ireland before the workl in Its lets poor old Smithy bear the brunt this office to inquire aDoui xne siory WOraen. The afternoon watj going to aover to an entertaininent forj Their place will be open always for Col. Walks, stated in hte letter. of true light. There Js a people held and get all the hard knocks and of the reel driver here over fire with a lltte repairing, wfuahing, storing and aHrovi, "sad .the eeroUmset of the is subjection by a military autocracy abuse from both sides. The strike Is as proteouon umbrella me his head matea by of Mrs.dijidren, unj agHinsc F. AhierJ they will also oarry Good-rie- h students hm Jar exceeded my direcion and, by foree alone, It is well for on six weeks and bo one knows oh and the tires wid Gulf gas, They will The' counts of iaetrae- - the world to understood this, Eng- which sWe oar real Mayor is, wliile said all of a volunteer nremen atlpi ramme consisted of IdaaoiHg aad recitations thi respond to &U telephone wits when tton has not vet proceeded auffieis&t- - land bos at last wrown off the Ui near Mayor 1ms been on every wwvv vv. t '"Surinam1 lde. 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You havo tho right to chooso an executor to whom Its' manage- tMrait all Communication! to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wait Oraen St I ft-- SOGIETV. I -- k just returned from a trip through LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919 Mr. and Mrs. John F..Ootken have the East. iCol. and Mrs. George B. Barrett permitted to como to Paris. That loft today on n visit to Lexington jnot explanation Is enough to condemn to be gono about ten days. GUARDIAN. statement just issued Ad- - the conference as an unholy gather-mlrIn a Col. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan and CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS FOR William Sims adds to the ing 0f spoil dividers and 'grabbers, Mis3 Edith Callahan will return d THE PROTECTION OF ITS CLIENTS .....$2,850,000.00 wo next week from Atlantic City. testimony that yet Mr. Wilson tells us that overwhelming was facing defeat and our- -. must accopt, J.ts decisions or else land Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Keanoy enterrender when America entered the ".break th'o heart of the world." tained pleasantly at cards in honor Fidelity Columbia Company war, and Ms testimony completely How can reason justify such argu- - of Mrs.. James Graves, of St. Louis. eives the lie to Oen. Halg and the Anient? Columbia Building Miss . Elizabeth Mahoney arrived Fourth and Main other John Hull leaders, who Tefuse last week from Now Haven ito enroll ONLY A SUBTERFUGE. Academy. to acknowledge that the United as a pupil at Sacred Heart States saved their bacon. Admiral Misses Marie and iBessio McGee Sims, who was stationed In English . President 'Wilson has issued a HELPING TO "HERT" THE TICKET. had as guests the (past week Misses waters at our entrance Into the war, ' statement In the form of answers to Alice and Lucille Bpwllng, of New ATTEND THE Courier-Journand Louisville Times in their dally pastime of says that Admiral Jelllcoe, tho head questions regarding .the (proposed Hope. aiding Hert and the Republicans. of tho English navy, admitted to him league of nations covenant and Its Mr. and that Germany would win if- they, bearing upon Ireland. It may 'bo land Park, Mrs. Joseph Schulz, Highhave as their guest their could not stop the submarine losses takon for granted, hints the True daughter, Mrs. Arthur Osterhage, the young couple left on a ibridal - Voice, that this has .been done only tour through the East. and would havo to acknowledge deof Vinconnes. feat by November, 1917. Our Ad- - because the President has sensed the Mrs. Mary Carroll, 124 East Court Miss Catharino Hancock, miral also says that the stories of; growing opposition to tho covenant announces left Jast week to Tesume her avenue, Jofforsonvillo, approaching because of Article X. This article' engagement and tho sinking of Gorman submarines studies at St. Mary's ol tne woods, the marriage of her granddaughter, Miss Third and Broadway were the biggest kind of fakes and Is tho one that sets the seal of the Vigo county. Ann C. Boyle, to William F. Leorard. approval on national were given out to quiet tho fears league's Practical Courses Expert Teachers- Low Cost Mr. and 'Mrs. J. J. Driscoll were The marriage will take placo OctoThus once boundaries as at present constituted of the English people. Augustine's church. ber 6 at in Cincinnati and Covington this Mls3 Boyle St well more tho (boasting and braggart and pledges the league to maintain past week as tho guests of Miss CnU0ity9l21MnIn 210 is known in Louis- them against external aggression. Hortenso Tyvyman. vlll John Bull is exposed and our press on this side will now Mr. Wilson now says 'that Ireland's In the presence of many friends hope lies in Article XI of the coveMiss Eleanor Duncan and Mis have to admit that proud old and .relatives tho marriage of Miss nant, which makes It allowable for Celia Simms. of Springfield w land was whipped to its knees. Teresa Holzknecht and Philip J. this any nation in the league to call the Mrs. week the guests of Mr. y6nd Mazzonl was solemnized Wednesday Frank Blanford. morning at Holy Name church. Rev. attention of any other nation to inARRANGE PROPER WELCOME. Father Miss Man Catherine Coll, of marriage O'Connor performed tho ternal affairs in that nation which ceremony and celebrated smile too if I had teeth DeValera, endanger the harmony of the league. Jeffcrsonvlllo, has gone to Bloom- - the nuptial high mass. Both bride We note that Eamonn as lovely as hers I It's a lngton, to become a student at the President of the Irish republic, is He believes that through this article Indiana University. and groom wore the recipients of pleasure to look at them I" many and hearty congratulations. expected to visit Louisville within Iroland's case can ho .brought to tho Kelley, of next few weeks to present the notice of England by the United tho Mrs. Madeline Pfau DOING NOBLE WORK. Sound white teeth are a cause of Ireland to tho people of States, and that thus its wrongs Jeffersonville, is now at Colorado Springs, where she has joined her decided asset to good looks. no know what may be righted. Kentucky. We do The entire community rejoices in husband, Walter Kelly. arrangements have been made for Lazell's Tooth Paste lengthens The obvious answer to this exthe recovery of Judge Harry W. But planation Is that England's attention Ills' coming or Ills reception. Miss Kathleen Blair, of Chapeze, Robinson, of tho Criminal Court, the life of your teeth by keeping Who was shot who an wo may'be permitted to suggest that has been drawn to Ireland's case who has been visiting her aunt,' became involvedby in a attorney legal them clean and healthy. Conshady Mrs. U. A. Wooldridge, left Monday the arrangements foe made with a long ago. No nation knows the Irish for Nazareth Academy. transaction. Judge Robinson is dotains ipecac and chlorate of poting noble work in his court In the view to the widest possible public- situation better than England. But ash to help prevent pyorrhea. cases, and in Mrs. C. J. Blanford and Miss handling of criminal many unfority for his message. We do want all what has that availed for Ireland? the disposition of tho Louisville and Kentucky to give tho What would be accomplished for Lucille Montgomery, of Springfield, tunate family troubles where an erhave returned after a visit to Mr. ring proper welcome to tho Irish Ireland by the United States draw- and Mrs. L. A. Blanford. husband is forced by the court to provide" for tho children. Every Uudioa ing attention to a matter Uiat is i Crsdr' ww NewYoik visits this HERE TO MAKE HER HOME. already notorious. Would It bring Elizabeth and Frances citizen who curiosity orcourt, whether Misses by way of necessity, beJune, wane jouise uomwer, a freedom to Ireland? No one who MalOne left Tuesday for New York comes naturally an admirer of Judge JUNIOR ORDER SIIOCKED. A.T City, where they will attend school Robinson. Belgian girl knows anything about the situation Academy. who arrived In New York from Tho Junior Order official organ would believe it for a moment. Mr. at Sacred Heart France en.Toute to Los AngekJs to OCTOBER WEDDINGS. Third nncl Broadway. Fourth and Jefferson. announces that tho country was Wilson had an opportunity to 'bring Misses Florence Storch and Elsie make her home. With the fall of selectBerghoff, of Fort Wayno, arrived surprised to know that in the Ireland's case to the attention of the Belgian capital the Germans Mr. and Mrs, Bernard MoDevItt Would Know You By Your. Teeth?' the Gambler home at ive draft there were 700,000 men who England in a way that it could not here Saturday to be present at tho announce the engagement of their occupied wedding. Brussels and installed a wireless goes on to Infer be ignored. He. had a chance to were illiterate, and niece. Miss Anna Frances Murnan, The plant Mile. Marie tried to destroy that this was one of the evils of Kentucky-- , visitors seen in New to Wilton Henry Terstegge. make Justice to Ireland a condition wedding will take place .In the the plant, was caught and sentenced phony patriots will In of the peace treaty. He was already York City the past week were Miss to death. vestigate a little further they will pledged to that by his declaration H. Muldoon, Dr. F. W. Rounds, and early fall. Hettlch announces the Charles G. Meier," of Louisville, and J. J. MACKIN VS. K. & L find that most of those illiterates In fntfAtt nf xaI. ilAlnvlnli marriage of his daughter, Miss Lula Aitwi. jl ouurucLt:; iiimuLitni mi- Jin Heenoy, of Frankfort. Margaret Hettlch, to Albert M. where tho neonles. H hiui fho nvnnrf camo from the sections Mackln Council ball team, chamwhich was solemnized TuesJunior boys predominate. Miss Edna Agnes Hublar and but he failed miserably to take adEugene Roscoe Roby. well known in day, September 16, at St. Mary's pions of the Twin City League, will vantage of It when ho could have acNew Albany, were married by tho church. The Rev. B. H, Westerman meet the K, & I. club, champions of " YES, that's the young man GREATLY WORRIED. complished something. Now he tells Rev. Charles Curran at Holy Trinity officiated. tho Industrial League, tomorrow Mrs. Margaret Kelly announces afternoon at Eclipse Park, this toeing who impressed me so Irish sympathizers in this country rectory Tuesday afternoon. the engagement of her daughter, one ot the games ln the ellmlnatipn British propagandists are greatly to look at Article favorably for the position. XI of the coveMiss Catherine Elizabeth Kelly, to series ror tne local cliampionsnip. worried because the friends of Ire- nant. That article is very good as Mrs. R. D. Oummings, of Meadow-brooI'd forgotten his name, but I has returned from a trip to Bernard Joseph Flhe. Tho wedding tho K. & I. club furnished a big land are appealing o American far as it goes. But it is powerless Syracuse and the. Adirondacks, ac- will take place October 15 at St. surprise by dofeating the crack remember those splendid by meaqs, In part, of to extort justice from the tyrant. If companied home by her aunt, Airs. Patricks church. Southern Star club ln a twelve white teeth 1" iMr. and Mrs. Herman Wessels an- Inning gamo last Saturday, paid advertising. Tho British agents Mr. and Wilson declined to bring to tho D. W. Myron, of Syracuse, nounce the engagement of their havo a big crowd of loyal rooters must .have rushed copies to England, attention or Lloyd George the case teeth are a busiAl Smith, the funeral director. daughter, Miss Elizabeth Wessels, who will ibo on hand tomorrow. for we find Sir Edward Carson wall- of Ireland when Mo. he might havo had Is Just recovering from an attack of to Paul Rolwlng, of Charleston,Octo- Manager Shockler, of 'Mackln, anness asset no man can afford to ing In speeches and In prepared some Dolslnlng received at The wedding will take place nounces that ho will pitch Ahmannv influence with tho artful Dtomalno neglect. Keep yours sound ber 29. interviews that these advertisements dodger, can ho his star twirler, while. Thompson blame the friends of Atlantic City when ofattending the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C, Ramser will be in tho 'box for the K. & I. and healthy by the faithful use undertakers. cost "enormous" sums. He exhibits Ireland for refusing to accept with national convention announce the engagement of their boys. The winner of this gamo will the advertisements to advertisers trusting faith his ' statement that of Lazell's Tooth Paste. ConMiss Anna Sfever and .Messrs. and daughter, Miss Comala Ramser, to meet the and complains it is not "friendly" Article XI Is tho key to the situa- Mesdames Tom McGulro and Frank Charles C. Bfeiffor. The wedding team next Zlon Evangelical Churoh tains ipecac and chlorate of potSaturday and tho winner for America to give encouragement tion? Pooloy, of ParkYlew, enjoyed a de- will takeplaco on October 8 at St. of this final event will represent ash to help prevent pyorrhea. It is only a subterfuge. Louisville in tho national amateur to .the Sinn Fein Republicans. Car- Friends of Ireland will refuse to be lightful motor trip last week to Helen's church, Shlvoly. anMargaret Barnwell Mrs. High Bridge, Lexington and championship. Another drawing son knows tho challenge of North-cllff- e deceived by nounces the engagement of her card tomorrow will be a preliminary it. Margaret iRlta Barn- game between Camp Taylor and that he engaged 10,000 Hudson daughter, Miss New York ' American agents to carry on pubSimmons, of San well, to Arthur William Kaleher. the Louisville Provision Company, Mrs. Frank Baptist ministers are discussing a has been met by strike in New York. Francisco, Cal., and Miss Helen The wedding will take place Octo- this game to begin at 1:30 o'clock. a? licity for Britain Borromeo Wonder e. ber 8 at St Charles Mackln Council's followers are the Americans of Irish blood. Tho pastors and their flocks who don't Holten, of Hamilton, Ontario, 3iavo church. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. backing their team to win and have been the good old American natHlrii n irt Hsv tit wagered ?250 on tomorrow's conof Pennsylvania ln fn f A. Jaglowlcz, FRANKFORT. way, of doing things directly and j Would They Know You By Your Teeth? test. The lineup for Mackln Is as avenue. follows: Linton, . s.: Curran, 1. f.; uisiurns ine urmsn Leonard Sower, who has been with Cornell. 3d b.; Hdragan, r. f.; Davis, Col.' P. H. Callahan will Teturn propagandists. They prefer hidden John R. SOUND AND SAFE. from a trip to New York City today, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. visit, has c. f.;. Wiley, c; Ahman, p.; (Frankfort, methods such as Northcliffe boasted Mack2d b.; Schene, mascot. where he had been making arrange- Sower vreturn to thefor a Academy HIBERNIAN DIRECTOR? No matter in what financial enterNEAR MAYOR. Naval of. players will meet at tho park at tho presence here of left to prise you may desire to venture, it ments for DeValera, of the Irish at Annapolis. Miss Anita Sower has ln 1:30 o'clock. President Is always wisest and safest to transalso left for the University of MichiDIVISION 8. INTO JUBILEE YEAR. act your business through a reliable Republic. gan, where she will be fpr tho year. FORTUNE IN IRELAND. (Continued from First Page.) trust company, operated under the Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lutke-mlFirst and third Fridays, H lb arnica John Godfrey and son, Thom0 With its edition of last week the laws and supervision of the State by as Mrs. Home. have been for tho last week Portland. Godfrey have returned from ChiDillon iE. Mapother. widely known hl, . wnr hrn,n ihnt thv of skill, experience Irish World, New York City, began ' Integrity. The Fidelity and sterling- cago, whero 'they wont with Mrs. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. In Louisville, who recently returned suro muat i,aye jt on Louisville's President Tim O'Leary. Columand Watklns, Louisville. Vice President Walter Murphy. the golden Jubilee, of its existence, bla Trugt oo, The Hoard of located ln the Godfrey's parents, Mr, and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Griffin, from Franco, where he was engaged fire department. Financial Secretary John Fifty years Is a long life for a week- - Columbia building at Fourth and Joseph Burns, on their way to Misses Mary Louise and Alice Griffin In important war work for tho Safety seems to bo getting hard up Omaha, Neb. 1850 Portland avenue. has received and tho other day ap- of ly paper, partlculary for one that Main streets, offers Its aervlces to all returned Saturday from Louisville, Knights a Columbus, he nas tauen for recruits resluent or vincennes, Recording Secretary John A. polntea a letter that poor the down-- , whero they had been with Mrs. Grif- word in Lee has championed the Martin. John L. Sullivan and a distant Ind. Well, brother, Charles J. Cronan, and heir to a fortune left by descent In as well as at that he will get about fin's Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. trodden and the lowly, that fought qulre lnto its business record, for Schuster, two popular members of other relatives for tho week. the Keystone police, who cousin, under the laws of Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Sbee-haIreland. When asked about the re- - In responding to a fire alarm went for every good cause and never bont the more you discover about them Trinity Council, who have been makEast, are expected port that he had Inherited n into the railway depot at Twelfth to wealth or power If the better satisfied they will be. Tho ing a tour of the CHURCH. its knee ST. JOSEPH'S Sentinel .Thomas Nooue. capital and surplus of this company home today. They write that the fortune, Mr,' Mapother said Monday and High and after nosing around either showed the slightest taint, Hie?" a roads are In fairly good condition. and lt acla that he did not have sufficient in- - a bit said: "Whore's- your known Tomorrow tho Forty Hours' nothing was of Injustice. What ithe Irish World times as executor or administrator, an Joseph's formation on which to base even es- - They were told there, and "the noble DIVISION 4. .Mr. and Mrs. Cal J. P.fieffer and Adoration will begin in St. of a flro around estimate of the amount of the has done for the Irish cause, and . trustee under a will or by corporate will bo Mondays. and the Appointment, guardian of minors or son, Cornelius Pfleffer, loft for churoh. At 10 a. m. there tate and that ho was awaiting more Koystoners then camo back with ana Meets second Hall, fourth street. to """"' Irishmen respected in the mass and exposition a Sixth Bertrand query: "Aint tnis Twoittn committee for incompetents, depoai- - South Bend, Ind., where the latter of solemn high Sacrament. Tuesday adylces as to this. the Blessed land of their adoption, will never 1 Qrmsby?" whioh is Just a little over President John J. Barry. registrar and transfer agent of has entered Notre Dame. Mr. and close a mile away Vice President Mark J. Ryan. be fully Known until xue uay oi . stock Issues and trustee or bona is Mrs. Pfleffer will spend a short evening t 7:30 the solemn PAINFUL AND SERIOUS. will take place. On' Sunday evening Recording Secretary Lawrence judgment reveals lt. 'It has fought sues' of corporations. It rents and while in Chicago before returning the sermon will be delivered by D. Meany. sells property, real IF NEW AND TRUE. Mrs. Katherlno Burke, widow of a good fight and lt begins its second appraises sells estate, supplies raciu- - home. Simeon Fiedler, O. V. M., Father buys and bonds, Financial Secretary Thomas J. Phlll-be'- rt " with its fighting quail-- j Ues for foreJgn travel, and offers tho Capt. and Mrs. James W. Klnnar-ne- y on Monday evening by 'Father The Rotary Club might invite Mr. Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. at in M and on liSTn, Ramstetter, O. F. Treasurer John F. Burke. and Dr. John T. Cfoawk went ties not only unimpaired out meet secure safety vault boxes and evening iby Father Concompany Sergeant-at-Arm- s one of Patrick Confrtrenghtened by experience and with storage. This financially Js greater to Latonta Tuesday to remain during Tuesday Schaef, O. F. M. in nelly. the strongest the racln season. Capt. Kinnarney stantino lt may Louisville. a hrlfhter outlook. That Sentinel M. J. McDermott. taavtef charge ot the police arrangeBISHOP'S GOLDEN JUBUjEE. continue to grow ln power and Inments whHe Dr. Chaw officiates as QUIETLY WEDDED. Paddock Judge. fluence is our sarneet wish, Bishop Hennessy, ot Wichita, is ROOM AND BOAKD. golden marriage of Miss Maurice McThe A double birthday celebration was preparing to celebrate his ' filVTDERS. VISIT. Room and board for two young men J"" 11' GRABBERS AND Gwire and Capt Oliver EL Cound, of held Tuesday in honor of Ben J. jubilee of ordination to the priest- PRESIDENT DEVAMSRA'S liiiltswa vuuuuun i" prey Upon in private family. All conveniences' Washington. D. C. was nuletlv Sand and his sister. Mrs. J. H hood. Bishop John Hennessy was Hen- - Jacob Mattmlller, merchant tailor, Call at 8iq South iuet County President John H. that were solemniaed ln the rectory of the Lichtefeld, at the home oC iMr. and ordained November 28, 1869. His or uie 524 South secona street. f; those peopttj. lit.- - ...i.,.1uader 'tTrtl-... iKTaAVIA ST11tA ilw "f.n,A 1IV Mrs Sand, 480. North Twenty-sixt- h work during these fitly years has nesy, or tne Auweni vruw ui eleventh time within two years his off Broadway, or telephone Shawnee announces that Presi store was entered laet nlgnt ana 2847I. and Music and .Tofreshmeats been done in Missouri yearsX Kansas. Hibernians, street. peace aid come bfor.,th of his dent De Valera of the OclobTlO . clothing and goods to the value of He apent over thirty ware the features ot the evening.. ce to present their cWmejbT,de jy aHeadant Leroy life in Kansas as Bishop of Wichita. will be here on Friday, fl gtolen,ul8Vme Times. ing! The Federal Government, oaiianan anaj and Col. P. which Is always teaching the consr, explains me 'rrcmiueni. iu Keatliic was me grooms dsm. tohb. -marriage of Miss Anna During these thirty' years many Attorney Thomas'H.Walsh Wave foeen,3 The was noma built serving of everything, cost the nanent as to why Irelands's Following tne reception x tn jrourtn Theres Dlerkea and Leo H. R'eJlly churoh!. hate been of the He appointed as a eoeamlttee to arrange diocese, on T . 7; WVIk IWU; nTOMWUa; ilw...u ... the second Bishop tion six and a half billion dollars of the bride's BUDGET AND nri?nT,,( ttile i tives were aot feeard. That this year. 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" saV aaaaaaRWai .Hav& aaaavSPie bbbb imm .aaat has assigned to the Catholics of . "V" 'jBaaaaaaaal S. . iv. r.. VBaV T7i'wBaaaw5SIi aavK birth and descent in the United States a most remarkable task, that or combating tho spirit of hate exvy ''-- '" ,WiiWWgPPWaE4.nr,,.liprTT,ll m:,CmiuXS!a!J. ." " TsTJ-'-'"T1 ""' -isting between tho nations and peoples of the world as a consequence YOUTHFUL SPANISH PRINCESS AND QUEEN. of tho world war. of aiding war sufKING GEORGE WEARS KILTS IN SCOTLAND. Queen Victoria of Spain and her sons, the Infnnto Don Jaime at, left and Prince Astuiias at right, Castle. Scotland, where the are horo shown embarking on the royal yacht to take part in tho great regatta. Tho King of Spain is an ferers in Germany in a material Klnir Georzo of England lnsnecting the Guard of Honoi at Balmoralardent waterman and so are his sons. The Prince Asturias, It will be noted, beais a very maiked resemway, and of laboring diligently for weeks. British royal famlliy is spending a few blance to his father. the of economic rewiusox has paim:d. lations with tho defeated nations of BLACK & J)ECKEll HERBERT JENKINS. Se. ml Treai. W. G, RORK. PriMnt. JEALOUSY OF KXGLAND. Central Europe This task, howOther arguments having failed to n to DRILLS induco 'his audjonco to put the ever, Is not confined tho the PORTABLE ELECTRIC Twov years ago tho British press Holy Father Catholics; CO. BROADWAY 'screws on their representatives In has asked all American Catholics, in was down on its knees imploring to 8 Sl7cs.5-- l I'll.- INCORPORATED T 1. all Americans, to America men over to send t.l4 ... - fact mesago was addressed to the Franco totosave theitsAllies from the ouii.uu- iiiu xivaiucin. jiutv nlrno tht rVirtof rf nltr hnfflll ntlll His CHILDERS ELECTRIC GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Archbishop of Chicago, tho Most onslaughts of tho late Kaiser's inInto enemy In an effort to save his Reverend George W. Mundelein, and vading forces. INCORPORATED America, responded Office tuul Workrooms Nortlien.st Corner Seventh nnd Brondway irom ucserveu ueieai. through him to the G. R. C. Central as only this great and glorious na331J W, Main Street pot policy Both Plionen 1.15 Loiiie'MIe, Kentucky This Is not only unworthy of the Verein, with the declaration that all tion knew how in such an emergency. Homo Phono City 2511 executlvo head of the nation, but It Catholics should share in the vast The cause or tho Allies was4savcd, Is distinctly immoral from a political undertaking set for them to accom- tho war was won by America, and viewpoint. To brand as plish. The papal letter was read peace negotiations were at once Will those people who do not in St. Martin's church by the Arch- started. Today tho Biltlsh press , CIOABS CIGARETTES want to relinquish any part of tho bishop to the delegates attending the Bneers at America.. nrnnscR hr nf GO in box 9c, 3 for 25c American Special. Ce $2.00 nation's rights and privileges in the geneial convention of the Central endeavoring to usurp the place of lOo Piedmonts Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and 2.00 Interest of any species of lnterna-MonlsGo Verein at Chicago. The burden of Gormany in grabbing the commerce , Special, lCc Kremer-. . 20c Piedmonts contempfiblo subsituto tho Papal message is contained in of tho world and meddling in Eng-- , decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace over- is a oc. 3 for 25o gS ; ; ; ; ; : ; :: ; ; ;;:;;; ; 535 loo Chesterfields worse; it the following sentences:- - Refeiring lands's domestic affairs. America argument. It is 16c Donkey, 5c 20c Chesterfields ....2.00 for an outrage on theoven patriotism of tp the continuance of International recehed no thanks ifrom England for 2.00 is a"d cleaned. UiNI-- . 0c, 3 for 25o Surprise, 6c 10c Favorites 2.00 the boys who risked their lives on and Inter-racifin hatred the Holy iog "uu ""ci 20c Favorites . V 2.C6 iiVtllJJIlV MUIII 16C Pat Carroll. 6c w""6 i.attfand humillatibn.iUlUI That 20o Camels uphold Father says: Btruction 2.65 tho battlofields of Franco to 16c Dan'l Boone. Cc . 20c Lucky Strikes "Tho world can not possibly enjoy praise was reserved for the subjects Z.Oo the honor of tho nation and mako "Kn Krcmers Extra. 6o fur tin ir. Tnndnn T.ira 2.65 tho flag respected. Tor who would the blessed fruits of peace for any of King George. Because tho vast 16o Gibson Girl, 6c 18c Nebo 2.75 respect a flag , 14c, 2 for 25c Palma Villa, 6c 16c Mecca MAIN 2933 does not rep- length of tlmo unless hatred be en- majority of tho American people CITY 2181 15c Old Virginia Cheroots, ...9c. 3 for 25c resent a nation that Fatima 20c possessing all tho tirely blotted out and all the nations resent an open alliance with a He, 2 for 25a PACKAGE TOBACCO 15c Helmar And since be brought together again In the foreign power, tho American Govern15c Turkish Trophies ...He, 2 for 25c Dukeg Mlxturo 7c, 4 for 25c lights of soveieignty? of ISO a s 2 MOB ul Marino Cut riiiff ..9c. 3 for Zfic the covenant would take away some sweet bondsbring Christian brother- ment is condemned and many of its .'9c. 3 for 25c 'of those lights It is safe to say that hood." To this about tho foremost statesmen Plvo Brothers ifin Old Hillside held up to public 20c Windsor 9c, 3 for 2Dc the historian of tho future will be Catholics in a more particular man by the editors or powerful 25c 10c Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 3 for ner must lend themselves, since they ridicule publications. KTirTo. diiven to conclude that those who Whcro work Is quickly 14c, 2 for 16c TUxe(i0 (cans) Their attitudo Whcro the ; homo Ih united in tho English Mc ..... .Mcfor 25c were opposed to our going into a are already closelyJesus Christ, and Is indeed insulting, if not menacing. brightest done; Velvety (cans 9c. 3 for 25c 10c Allen County mystical body of war that brought us nothing but 9c, 3 for 26c monster of Jealousy Wlicro 10c Shepherd Is Where cooking seems tho work "cigars should therefore constantly give The green-eyethis covenant and whom wo dehas ciawled out of his lair and 9c, 3 for 25c 10c Railroad lightest; real fun; j30X n( go ' were In others an example of Christian charBtiikes threateningly at Amoricanlsm 9c, 3 for 25c Chesterfield, 10c, 3 for 25c, or ..$4.16 nounced as 10c War Hawk U Whero baking gives dereality tho only true patriots. If the ity. And In accomplishing this re and everything American. Whero the mcnl 3 for 25c Quail, 10c, 3 for 25c, or 9c, 10c Red Bud $4.16 light; 9c, 3 for 25c Key West, 10c, 3 for 25c, or ....$4.16 President thinks ho can frighten the sult tho work of the"German Catho 10c Tribune cooked best; English editors rave and rant be9c, 3 for 26c Optimist, 10c, 3 for 25c, or $4.15 opponents of tho league by trotting lies in the United States, who being 10c Booster Whcro drudge Is out of 9c, 3 for 26c Don Mlnardo, 10c, 3 for 25c, or. ..$4.15 10c Bourbon County by tho closest ties to" both cause tho American people lemain Wlicro the rnngo stands bogie ho is united warring races, ought to out the sight the test CHEAPEST TOBACCO STOBES IK TBE CITY. be loyal to tho traditions of WashingWATCH T7S GROW very much mistaken. His pitiful lately the whero That's where particularly successful. Consequent- ton, Jefferson, Monroe and Lincoln. the That's lapse from good tasto in argument ly the Holy Fathor, to whose heart English statesmen sneer because "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes may, . however, exerciso a sinister In. is nothing dearer than the American sentiment is almost solidin. Xo. 1 S. W. Cor. Preiton & Jefferson No. a IT. W. Cor. Preston U Xibert7 effect on our public life It may there reconciliation of tho nations, ly against tho ratification of a real divide tho peoplo hopelessly and and who has already addressed him- covenant hatched in a British Quick Mal Gaa Ilas&ea Sold, Iiiatalled and Highly Ituconimaadeti & CO. r. J. XBEMEB stir up much bad blood (between self on this subject to the Bishop3 Incubator and In thoroughly British those whoso former political differ- of Germany, now appeals to you In surroundings. British respect for ences left them still good friends. order that you may In America fled with tho signing of the Tho President's outbreak in thiB and such a noble mission; moreover, armistice. H. J. BANNON, President and Manager. P. BANNON, JR., Vict Pns. and Treis. f Onco tho threatening other .ways is a confosslon that his knowing tho dreadful conditions un- armies of the Central Powers and campaign for tho covenant der which our biothren in Germany tho destructive U boats of tho late speaking has been a failure. He has been are now living, the Sovereign Pon- Kaiser were conquered by America, cheered by largo crowds, it is true, tiff imDlores you most fervently to England assumed tho responsibility . .BBt. aBBBBBaaBBBT but It is worthy of note that not lend them every assistance, material of claiming the victory and draw$ n singlo committee of citizens in as well as moral, and In the quickest ing up tho treaty. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, America in tho any city in which ho spoke has been and most effective way, especially fa- midst of Its labors or rehabilitating Baanon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, formed to bring public piessure to cilitating tho early resumption of Europe and taking caro Wall Coping', Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcH, bear on their lepresentatives In thq commecio and nil thoso benefits that of Its own industrial affaiis has Senate to force them to rubber-stam- p naturally follow in its wake. To this been slow to cast its glances directly Fire Proofing", Fine Lining, Fire BricU tho President's policies. invitation tho Holy Father feels cer- it Great Britain. Our great nation Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. tain that not only you will gladly has not yet become thoroughly respond, but all the children of your aroused to the necessity of preservK1UJGIOX Or SOTjDIKUS. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. , generous country without any dis- ing tho spirit of Americanism. 5 PHONES CITY Discussing tho subject of the tinction whatever, for surely they CUMB. MAIN 507. religion of soldiers, Rev.i Father will be mindful of the great services AVHEUE SENATE STANDS. nth anil Iireckinrid!e ami Ninth and Ma&ntilia. S Duffy, (Chaplain of the- Fighting their fellow citizens of German birth and descent have rendered Regiment, says: Thoro aro now seven Democratic country during this war. In "It is intei esting to sea tho life their way they will become real bene- Senators favoring ratification of tho men whore they don't care this of Ihe peace treaty reservations. Iteed of A'hat peoplo think about them. The factors of th'o human race and draw Missouri, PERFECT FITTING Shields of If You Are aft Employer down upon their own nation Al- Smith of Georgia, Gore of Tennessee, impression made is one of absolute n 1 Oklahoma, MOW mighty God's choicest blessings. respect. When the SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES lack of human and Walsh The threefold task assigned to the Thomas of Colorado,tho adoption of uniform is off they go flying about And Need a Girl Worker, of Massachusetts favor tho bases with their scapulars and Catholics of America is indeed a reservations because they believe the 2Rfl most welcome, but withal a most United OR tags flying loose. When confessions States ought not to commit its vast- difficult one aieto be held, they go to confession ness all must Because of Tho elim- itself to tho obligations imposed by LivktrPLLS out in tho open square, ono by one, Simtho covenant as It stands. If You Are a Girl "THE: PILL THAT WILL" ination of tho spirit each fellow coming up and telling ly the fulfillment of of hate is mereo mons of North Carolina favors res- WE HAVE IN STOCK ono of thedi-vlnr?v O HENRY C HERR his little story, and it Is all right commandments; the relief of nrifnflnna nnlw no n nrnnllAol Tiotflff. MONUMENTS And Need a Position or tho staring villagers and in front MARKERS Germany a splendid sity. It is now disclosed that tha In swearing teamsters' und all tho suffering charily; and effoits foi the administration leaders In the Senate Main 3359 City 3359 CALL US work of They work like a charm. crowd that gathers about In tlmo resumption of trade with the de- have not counted on more than forty Bought before tho recent advance in ot work of this If in of waf. One Sunday morning it was feated countries of Europe a meas-ur- ot the n Democrats for un- prices. pay youneedget our prices. kind Every box sold to satisfy Women's Activities, to it will great a beautiful picture to see that of sound, national economy. To qualified ratification at any time. aiicuuuu given 10 or your money refunded. crowd of men, hundreds of them, such tasks, it seems to us, all Catho- Inasmuch as four other Democratic ,5il'0 National Catholic War Council . . oniers. t. ,,! coming up to receive communion, lics should bo eager to respond, es- n Oculists' Prescriptions. i.i , 057 South Fourth St. most devoutly, from my hands. pecially 'Inasmuch as it Is not a For Sale by Your Druggist of parting with Mr. Wilson on this East Side Fourth, Near Broadway, SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY assisted always by that best of comstatesman, not a lay leader, o issue, either on tho grounds of con B. F. MARQUESS & CO. packages. in manding officers and truest of priest, fl Bishop, an Archbishop 01 viction or expediency, this estimate 41455 ccona st" Louisville, Kv IWCOBPOBATED friends, Gen. Michael J Lenlhan. Cardinal who has issued tho request, may sink to thirty-siCAMILLE DETERT, and ono ad- Ilefoie action all were given gen- but tho Holy Father himself. Employment Bureau. ministration Senator is authority roi Fourth mid Chosimtt. eral absolution and everybody was Ths thoudht was orougnt out the assertion that there really are , Sometimos forcibly by tho Archbishop of Chi only twenty-seve- n given holy communion. or the ninety-si- x a thousand of thorn would receive c.i en. who on the occasion mention CvenuiurH hiuuuiiik wiiii mu near day ed said that in his address he might dent against any leservations, "Ouri tho Bread of Life before tho v i ' " I i!yi",w,IMCJ' e would be out. During an action on havo dilated on tho present econo Democratic bees aro swarming," ihiiiiiiiih i miimmnii 13 tho battlefield, religion runa through mic situation, and "on the problems said one or tho President's lieiir it all. A man would think, with that the altored conditions of our tenants in tho Foreign Relations all this religious stuff going on daily life bring with Ihem," but the Committee, "and unless wo find a K.&P aaaaaaaT t SLM3MZj&tBk SaT about tho place, necessarily other wish and tho word" of our Holy place for them to light they will peoplo would be very much put out Father must overshadow everything hivo with tho opposition." Pholan with it. They wore not. The fellows else, for you and me his wish is our or California, Walsh of Montana, Wthat weio not Catholic liked it and law' It is earnestly to bo hoped Brady of Idaho, Ransdell or Louis?s ; vj Car ' I think these men that this sentiment become dominant iana, and Ashurst or Arizona, stand HBBBBBaHaBnaBSMh. backed it up. Maaai V among American Cal holies during with tho President for ratification liked itho downright, XBBBBHHak. 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WJien faith or their directions united action should extreme fand hide our teachings. in two volumes, tho first volume in set In for tho consummation of tho shuffle with our Catholic AMWm.' 3bbbbbV ; HbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVbbbbhHbbbb two books, ono of which will deal laBBBaBBBBlPwBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBOBnBBBBaBBBBBSL. ? SbBBBBbV i to tho Catholics The gjiod Samaritan was nono the with tho origin, giowth and frater- groat task, detailed of America through tho Central lo3s a Samaritan for doing his exnal and public activities of the K. of Verein. cellent work of charity. So likethe other dealing with the war C of tho Knights. The second C. B. ot Q. V. wise a Catholic in no way comaBBBBBvlrSSBBBBlBBMUBBBUBBiBBBKBsMVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBWyran work promises his faith by 'being active volume will bo In tho nature of a CliUJi HOME COMIXQ. for good among his nolghbors, Irmemorial of itho members of the VERXOX BBBBBBBaBBBBBBBHSBBBwHBBnBnBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi ' respective ot creed. It Is in such K. of C oyer fifty thousand who On Monday, October 6, the fall ways that, the Catholic manifests war against the Central served. In the for tho his true courage. This comprises those nnonlne of the Vernon Club and Catholic is never to Tho rule religion, Emoires. - wry,. - TBia)PPff hide his States, jLho general horn cowing Tor the United members in the on false principles' AMERICAN PRINCESS TO WED ENGLISH PEER. Joseph's nor exercise Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico, ec.( sailors and soldters of St, the club or on undue It matter. As Catholics parish will take place at who berved in the war. afaurice Princess de BrogHe, the widow of Prince Jean do Uroglie of Franc, AMERICAN COUNTJlYiMEN 9KND REGlMftNTAI COLORS. Idrmerly United hall on Story awtivie. During the and their religion become better who will ibecome the bride of the Ho n. iReglnald WUwyn FeHowsB, oo, Francis TBgan. past summer the fcowliB allys were known, .bisrotry wanes: bigotry is and Hir of Baron de Raohwy of H unWngton, tBag lad. Preflidwit Masaryk, of SxechooloYWa. pretuntinK to a regiment of Prliuwoa de P.. Tnfcn th Republic tNto( ipiwntal color Mat by Awrieaa 04tatryain, 'i"T"" n "Trrv".' K vf .r tfiiblteitv MnMn..nAj an.! tvLAia ntlA IfnnrAVCU a tiling that lova ths darkaess and Broclle inheted a foHHa from her 'grand fatlr, the Im wrr, .;: menu made upon : oittti:B jrsmisw.'The can not survive the IfcjhtMt1 Ka fltlllhWWi tt UlA tenors stands to right 'with hat rwtwvad. JnJwM Tfc rpres(iQiKdra Dt th , , of New York book, '? 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QUESTION ASKED BY THOUSANDS TBfiaw-r-ffifE-BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB- bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 tbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbdbbbM?- way, SCENE OP AOTOnS' STRIKE IN NEW YORK. "HTHI Mario Dressier and a squad of chorus girls strikers who marched In tho actors' strike parado on Broad-Mari- o Dressier headed tho chorus girl delegates. 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. Correct ASK ANY PRAISED BY METHODIST. "The militant Christian life of Cardinal Olercler will live forever In the annals of human history," declared tho ORev. ,W. T. Stockstlll, who spoke at the Norwood First Methodist Episcopal church in Cincinnati last Friday. "Tho visitation of Cardinal to Amorica," Jio said, Morclor "brings Into our presence a Christian soul whose sorvlce to humanity overleaped itho boundary of mere occleslastlclsm. His militant Christian life will live in tho annals of human (history. The signal honor bestowed upon him at Princeton reminds ua that tho bands of mere cccleslastlclsm are loosing In modern thought and life. It is the attitude of life which tho thought of tho text sets forth that lends to it eternal interest The life attitude of any man Is tho measure of the man. Gain tho viewpoint of tho Individual In its personal interests and sympathies and you stand ready to measure tho soul greatness of tho man. It is tho soul of tho apostle translating life In universal terms of goodness that tho text ombodles: 'Whatsoever yo do, do to tho glory of God.' Whenever any ono has brought himself to this life attitude ho stands equipped for some great life service. Tho life iittltudo of tho apostle was ono of reverence for personality. His plea for an appreciation of the Jews ns well as the Gentiles Is indicative of his great soul. Narrowness and" religious bigotry and intolerance held no place in his religious creed. Ho sought to imalce hl3 Christian faith universal in Its- application and suitable to all men and peoples. Then his attitude was ono of help fulness nnd appreciation of tho church. His plea for an offensoless llfo toward the church is one of sanity. The Inconsistencies which mark many Christian lives and tho offense they give to the church arise from an attitude, tho full oequenco of which they havo not measurod In their own judgment. Hero con sistency Is Indeed a jewel." - Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of INC. OCUUST Oculists' Prescriptions.' THE BALL OPTICAL CO. 01.'$ FOURTH AVJ5NU13 OPP. 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Lazar, Manager CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST entire audience rising and standing Money Advanced on Your Plain Note until the dignities were seated. Call Homo Phone City 721; 312 West Jefferson Street When Mayor Hylan presented MonCumb. Phone Main 721. slgnor CasimlTl and the choirs with (Second Floor) a beautiful si Ikon flag of the City Home Phone City 2967. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. of Now York, tho Maestro was bo deeply moved he axjverentially kissed NATIONAL HATTEItS the tho silken banner and then ror-waHAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Home Phono City 1931 smallest hoy In tho choir camo TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. and also kissed the flag, oftor 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. All Kinds of Footwear For the Suits Pressed While You Walt which tho choir rose fnnd sang ' Whole Family Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Caslmlrl's "Hymn of Praise to Amorica," composed 'for the visit to You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Two HAMBLY'S Stores Hats a Specialty. Work Called For this country. As for tho concert itself words Shaw. 1716 and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, 20th and Portland. can not convey the impressions of City 7161 Attention and Quality." 18th and Magazine the great success achieved. It was CHOIRS THAT TnRILL. Tho wonderful Vatican Choirs from tho famous Roman basilicas. under tho masterly diroctlon' of Monslgnor TtoJTfaelo Caslmlro Casl-mlr- l, began the North American (tour at Carnegie Hall, New York City. No event In a decade in New York has created ono half tho profound Impression ithait was registered by "SOUTHERN STAR" tno rd by the tho table. that tho Popo has decided to hold a "Conducted SclenUflo Xaverian Brother. Business and And now wo hear that stringent consistory In November or December Classical,Preparatory Department, Larrr 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Courses, measures are to he taken to suppress at which now Cardinals will bo Bwlmmln-- Pool, Well Equipped Qymna-Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland tho cry for freedom whloh 3ias risen created. In Vatican circles it Is flum. Terms moderate. West 1107a. Bra. Benjamin, Ttr. people, stated that tho Pontiff has not from tho heart of the Irish that the "English Government will yet made up his mind whether send troops Into Ireland to suppress Americans twill bo included in the unique and so beautum mat tne the "rebellion" and perhaps rto shoot honor list, but that if thoy are tho "' w'TTJBffKiiiJMJMjMjBfcMMM'jMJM Imh'"im'''''l'''1i.u V"ii newspapers in their reviews gave it down tho unarmed people again. prelates most likely to receive tho the most wonderful attention over Surely this crushing out of tho voice red hat win no tne Ancnm&nops or paid' a concert in the metropolis. of more than, of tho Chicago and of Philadelphia. The upon c 'n".!!-!-"!!- Since tho Peaco Confcrcnco at Versailles, from which so much was expected as regards Justice and for tho small and oppressed nations of tho earth, has seen fit not only rto ignoro the claims of Ireland, tho oldest civilized nation of tho earth, 'but absolutely refused to grant her delegates and tho American Commission a hearing In her behalf, wo recall today the remarkable pronouncement on the Irish question delivered at Txoy, N. Y while tHo conference was in session, by Justice W. O. Howard, of tho Supreme Court of the United States. At a great public meeting Justice Howard expressed tho (hope that President Wilson, as tho representative of tho greatest republic on tho face of tho earth, would fight as valiantly fo"?- the freedom of the Celtic people as for the freedom of the Slavs. to mean anything," said Justice Howard, "must include Ireland." "Ato tho Slavic hordes of Central Europe and tho Tartar hordes of Russia and tho swarthy tribes of Syria to be included in and tho Irish excluded?" he asked. "Are tho Finns and Lapps and Czechs and Poles and Magyars to have liberty and tho Irish to endure oppression? Are Lithuania and Armenia to blossom out Into republics while Ireland Is still in chains of subjection?" These were the questions put by a Justice of the Supreme Court of tho United States, a man who has no Irish or Catholic blood in his veins, but a man who is a lover of humanity and a believer In justice, freedom and liberty for all. This is tho question that 4s being nsked today by thousands .of Americans, Canadians, and Intelligent men of every land, who ibeliovo and think as Justice Howard, does, who con not understand why Ireland's claims should have been set aside, and her centuries-lonstruggle for freedom ignored. In this same eloquent appeal in behalf of Ireland, Justice Howard went on to say: "Did wo Americans fight and did the Irish light to 'make the world safe for democracy' everywhere ex cept in Ireland? Are the bravo, proud, intrepid, talented, civilized inhabitants of the Emerald Isle to ho singled out as a subject people? Are they unfit for This race of patriots? This oraco of men distinguished in every realm of learning and sphere of salenco? This raco from which celebrated characters have sprung (in every lino of human effort? Th'ls raco which has step kept with tho swiftest champions of civilization? This raco of soholars. soldiers, orators, statesmen, poets, painters, philoso phers? Is this raco unfit for self- government? Are thoy to bo denied tho common rights of mankind? No, it can not 'bo! Unless the principle ho empty of mockery, Ireland shbuld have her liberty." This last sentence is the crux of tho whole case. for all small oppressed nations having been agreed aroon and set forth as our great purpose in entering the war, it necessarily follows that Ireland must and should receive her meed of right' and justice. And yet how false and farcical do .tho deliberations of tho Teace Conference appear before the world, when the story is told that Ireland was re fused a hearing, that not a, voaco was lifted in her behalf, that the American (Commipslon was refused a hearing, that the resolutions de claring for tho freedom of ireiana Which were passed by overwhelming vote of the Congress of our great American nation, tJio nation whose arms won the war, wore quietly laid n, r Long Island. iiiiwiii her YOUNGEST OF ALL AERIAL VOYAGES SECOND ASCENT. Mis Virginia Mario Waihel, ago four years, mado her second aerial trip August 24, in company with mother, Mrs. Harry C. Waibel, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Tho start was m ado from tho flying field at MIneola, dr PEOriE'S 8. f PACKED and its end. What excuse can he offered, what excuse received, for continuing the chains that keep Ireland in tho pit, while other nations climb from darkness into light?" CHURCH AND THE lUBLE. 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 read-s- rs by accepting only firms of known responsibility. g hlgh-splrlte- white-skinne- d, While tho Catholics continue to defend tho Bible as tho Inspired Word of God, receiving Its authori-tatlv- o interpretation from tho divinely cstahlished church, Protestants find themselves tossed on tho waves of doubt, without either church or Bible to guide them. A realization of this was recently brought homo to his hearers by Prof: Lake, of Harvard Divinity School, at Arlington street church union services In Boston. Beginning with a rathor unhlstorlcal statement of tho origin of Protestantism, the Professor continued: "The Bible was choson hy tho Protestants as tho hasis of authority, while tho Catholics chose tho church. t think tho Catholics mado tho better choice. Tho Bible is not an guide infallible in presont-da- y problems and must be twisted Into various interpretations to mako It fit present-da- y needs. This brings us back to tho Catholic Idea. You can't mako people think and act right It you havo to take a hook which means ono thing historically and turn it around bo that it means what the minister thinks It ought to mean. What the congregations want is the truth, straight from tho start and not wrapped in tho words of a book." It is not the Bible that is at fault, but tho minister who usurps a function that by no right belongs to him, and so often wrests tho Scriptures to his own destruction and the confusion of his hearers. 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O'Brien, a Director of the Society of tho Fatherless Children of France, wo have recolved a copy of a letter from Cardinal Amette, Archbishop of Paris, that will bo a sourco of gratification to all engaged in a most laudablo work. Tho letter, addressed to Canon Cabanol, military chaplain' and representative of tho French High Commission in the United States, bearing tho Cardinal's signature, is as follows: "My Dear Chaplain: I learn that tho work called the 'Fatherless Children of Franco' Is still being made In the United States tho object of unjustified attacks, as a result 'of confusing It with another organization which could not inspiro Catholics with tho same confidence. I should like to say again that, after Investigations, I havo repeated reached tho conviction that the funds collected by this work are distributed to tho orphans with entire impartiality and complete respect for tho religious convictions of families. I again express my thanks for all that generous America is doing and wishes to do for the dear children of Franco whoso fathers havo given their lives for their country and for tho cause of right" CONSISTORY IN NOVEMBER. A press dispatch from (Rome states J. M. 1)00 BUCKNER TOBACCONIST SOUTH WHOLESALE West Main Street Louisville, Ky. TOUISVTLLH SAVITGS AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth nnd Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Deposits. A General Banking Business Transacted. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING National Gravel Roofing and Supply Company Incorporated Y 530 South Twenty-Sixt- h St. West 1084, Shawneo 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING Phone Shawneo 42. Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Felts, Roofing (A Specinlty). 121 W. Main Phones City 250; Main 1400-HENIT'SYOOR) Both Phone ' a. AUTO OWNERS Wo Are Motor Doctors, Skilled Experts Aro Ready to Servo You. Full lino of Tires, Tubes and AcTires and Tube3 Vulcancessories. ized. Batteries charged and re- - paired. AjJgfQiB5uPr. LET US KNOW Local and lone, distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and Esshipping. All work guaranteed. timates cheerfully furnished free of charge. A. ARNOLD & SONS AUCTION & STOBAQXS CO. Both Phones TORTLAND AUTO REPAHt CO., St. 377 N. Twenty-Sixt- h 1t (Incorporated) 425 West Main Street your boys an sasoaUois that win prepare tfcraa lor Ufa. W. ST. XAVIER'S ,COLLtQE 113 JOHN B. RATTERMAN Broadway, tomiirtlle, Xy. FUNERAL DIRECTOR " J four-fifth- s- Ono of tho foremost critics tersely summed it up in the following: "It was a .festival of 'the most exalted Interpretation of music, a sacred in- ' Ss 3ExBBflBBBtBlBBBBlRBBSniiKiBBltt' 'IsfiBu'nSBMBBBfS'-BB- l bbctbbbbbbbbbbbw sflft tjBBBBpBBBim mEbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbb i ' BflkB Cftisfi3Sw'BMiBBBtt'BHBBBBBBl iOHHpPWH?jfiBW"5K'BHBpj JJP?' B"" f ftMBBBBBBBBnt' .VrtaBBBVBBBBaBBBl fHl NEWARK MAYOR ('UTS COST OF LIVINO. u clared at the polls their determination to bo free would be tho greatest mistake that England icould make, spiration and a most dignified In- tho biggest act of madness and felly auguration of the newly awakened that the world has over known. We havo seen in. one of our very musical season." conservative and sane secular HELPING STORM VICTIMS. the statement that "Lord William J. McGinley, Supreme Northcliffe Is spending (more than Secretary of the Knights of Colum1,500,000 In British propaganda bus, announces that the organization against Ireland in the Uiiited States. has contributed an initial sum of Nevertheless there are Journalists of ability and rec12,000 for the 'relief of tho residents of Corpus Chrlsti and the adjoin ognized character and voracity who lng towns of Texas which were havo been to Ireland 'and Investigatswept by a hurricane. The monoy ed conditions and who are outspoken was authorized by the Supremo in the presentation of facte and deCouncil In responso to tho urgent fense of the Irish people. Amom appeal sent out by Mayor Gordon those Is tho famous American corBoone, of tiho stricken cityfc which respondent and Jourrnalifit, George went to the Governors of the State Creel, who in a splendid plea, , repeated last week, Several K. of C. Secre- describes the taries who have been stationed with revolt and suppression of the cry of the Tegular army troops on the a people fpr freedom for seven Rio Grande ware directed to proceed hundred years In such vivid terms at once to the devaatl region with that, as an eminent reviewer says, food, blanket and othr comfort. "One lays down the work with a All the ftMfciUinee which the. Knight feeling that one would like to- put of Columbus omi draw upon from up something for a real Irish Readjoining territory in rUie matter of public bond," clothing and supplies waa rushed to "Stripped of Ilea, prejudice and rh Texan, cities. The K. of C. have pretene," conclude Mr. Creel wHh in the paat awUted to the relief of sttafliag eanwratnes. "Um Skm FnumUoo the 'Irish question' shines forth as one vtatkns, .the Dayton flood and the of the world's most tremendous imalleittes. Praaaoni is; Its answer St Uruu eyoe.. world-renown- people who have nneojuivooally de- archdiocese of Chicago Is presided over by the Most Rev. George W. Tho Most Rov. Dennis Mundcleln. J. Dougherty Is Archbishop of Philadelphia. ENGLISH HOSPITALITY. perse-cutlon- Americans who havo Jiad occasion to visit England in tho past few months are loud in their denunciation of the treatment handed Americans by John Bull's Government. Tourists from tho United States are forced to register at tho police station and report thoir intended movements to tho pollco, just as if thoy wore suspected spies and this was war times, tjioso travelers who haimen to havo Irish names are watched like criminals for fear they may. ferret out the stories of Eng land's brutal treatment or mo lnsn people. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. fl'llnB3MfrV i Q' - z.??r ?MtesrtiMiJMMgjMB A IIIHnHBfmj'MBgi jHB BfrBPJ,BHMBBalpf 'aMWttriWHnHi v .. - e -- thony's church. Reverend Seraphln Schlang, the pastor, rpreaohed formrni ohH Alnfluairt Mfmon. The I member r the unnwrried mea of the -- The Young Men's Club of St. Anthony'fl parlh celebrated their tenth anniversary Sunday (morning, attending solemn high rmasa and receiving holy communion at St. An- I Photograph of President Frledrlch Ebert, of Germany, and Frau ade In the garden of their home atEbert, the Mrat lady of the 184,'. Vkl. KE'TOTOSrxr A IfStX&H AMB:iXOAr. Roe-Brow- FINE ' Wben Downtown, Call On n' Co. I GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. Louisville's New Auto Accessories, SPORTING GOODS AND SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A." J- - 5c . Made I MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. TOY SHOP Retail Wholesale Sporting Goods Peters Ammunition Crown Bicycles United States Tires J""1 Machines and McGraw Tires lonofone Bumpers Talking Machine Needles Snowf lake Polish Gym Shoes and Clothes Ayres Tennis Balls Guns Special Golf Balls Playing Cards . I Best Gears h if f A ttr tti if iti if. it M MEN'S BLACK OR TAN WORK SHOES $3.50 to. $600 Thetd shoes are beaters they look well and world stand the they SSS'iJ?,1. ,5rvlce They BM el8TSa service and they render that service. 3 Silk Shirts When Swiss Iooe cleaned their newness. One trial will con never vince you. SPALDING SHOE CO. yyy;iwiwuwwaaoMcftiir,i wmr'.l,,u.a,.'u;jBuJa'j-rN SWISS Cleaners & OLDEST MAN IN WORLD. st DXPOSBR Dyers Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. I John Shell, who celebrated 'his one birthday hundred and thirty-firSoptember 3, is supposed to bo the oldest human being in tho world. Shell was horn In what is now Tennessee in 1788. His eldest child Is a daughter ninety-seve- n years old. He is about five feet six Inches tall, weighs about 140 pounds and the skin on his faco Is drawn like that on a mummy . OIIAiroiAN APPOINTED. The 1919 Thrift Campaign conducted by tho Treasury Department has as Its immediate object the raising of a great revenue for tho Government by means more popular than over before attempted. Vet this is to be more than a campaign to sell war savings stamps. In addition it is to be a campaign to impress permanently upon the minds and tho lives of the people the value of thrift to the nation and to the individual not in the saving of money only, but economy In buying and in taking care of that which wo already have. The National Catholic War Council has appointed Mrs. Catharine P. Morss, of Washington, as Its National Director of Thrift. Mrs. Geo. A. Burkley, the (Louisville Chairman, hopes to form thrift societies in all the Catholic schools and academies in the tlty. Miss Camillo Detert, local Field Secretary of tho Council, will assist Mrs. Burkley by addressing the Catholic Women's organizations on the subject of thrift. The local committee is with the Women's Department of tho War Savings Committee, of which Mrs. T. L. Kara is State Director. OF PLOTS. GERMAN-tMEXICA- eighteenth: ajstd Out of the High-ReDistrict OPEN EVENINGS nt hulb Make Your Old Car New Here "Watch Our Windows" Select Your New Car- - All Makes Shown PERSONNEL Innes A. Brown (A. E. F.), V. Pres. Everett W. (Chubby) Roe, Pres. Ralph M. Foster, Mgr. Auto Dept. John Wf Weils, Store Mgr. "Tony" Landenwich, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Sporting Goods Dept. R. L. Frantz (A. E. F.), City Salesman Auto Dept. Dr. Paul Bernado Altendorf, secret agent of the Military Intelligence of the U. S. A who unearthed and frustrated many plots against tho United States whllo Jiving in Mexico as a friend of Kurt Janke, head of the German secret service. He was Colonel in iCarranza's army. PAYS TO HAVE HERO SWEET- OUTRAGE ON FREEDOM. THE FORD SHOP We Are Experts on Fords Give Us a Trial Free Road Service PEFFER PHONE LOUISVILLE MOTOR -- CO. SCHOOL DAYS We carry a complete lino of Books, Tablets, Pencils and Supplies. Ask to see our Special Clutch Pencil tho children's delight. See our line of Prayer Books and Rosaries for the little ones. Religious goods at the lowest prices. THIS WEEK SPECIAL ROE-BROW-N "MOTO-BYKE- " $37.50 CO. INCORPORATED Rogers Church Goods Co. 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. Main 462 662 SOUTH FOURTH JggaigngB!HBW8SgH3a City 441 DEALERS WRITE FOR PRICES AND CATALOGUE. HIGH CLASS TAILORS; One of the most up to date places At Bruges, in (Belgium, Brother of business In greater Louisville is If all tho tubes of tooth paste toy tho Knights of Colum Bernard, C. F. X., of England, has "Everybody's distributed Cleaners and Dyers" bus to the soldiers in France, on tUo been elected General of the Brothers in the Pope building, 511 South We have the largest Indetroopships and at homo were to be of tho Xaverlan Congregation. pendent Ford Repair Sliop In Third street. Tho members of the the city. run In straight line from the Battery firm, M. J. Miller & Sons, aro tho Onr modern faculties mean CONFIRM CHILDREN. seawall northward up Broadway, skilled service at reasonable first class tailors who conduct a cost. they would end nt Getty Square. cleaning, remodoling and dyeing GET OT7B FBICES Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue establishment In connection with Yonkers. "Any Make Car Towed In" Tho 4,000,000 pieces of small made a visitation to Now Haven last their tailoring business. M. J. square soap u ail snipped at the Sunday, administering the sacrament Miller Is a Louisville man, who went DUGAN GARAGE one time would take up tho cargo of confirmation at St. Catherine's East some years ago but has now space of the steamships Leviathan church. IKA J. DUGAN, MACKIN COUNCIL. determined to make his home here, Shop Foreman and General and Imperator. where he Is widely known and ex Manager PARISH SCHOOL PUPILS. Mackln Council, Y. M. I., ihad a In the handout of smokes to the 4Ar efrtTTmTT TTnrw CPTJTT"! ceedingly popular. Associated with rousing anniversary celebration and men the figures soar over tho mm In the business is his son. welcome 'Monday night to imark the 900,000,000 mark, which Indicates The number of pupils in Catholic Stanley J. Miller, who did his bit for twenty-sixt- h birthday of this that everyone in tho United States parochial- - sehools n the United his country, having heen Chief Yeo MhKT HI11NKY progressive organization and the re could 'bo given nine cigarettes apiece. States is ..nearly 1,700,000, which man in the navy at Philadelphia. turn of its soldier and sailor mem The chocolate bars develop an means a saving to the" country of They invite all who desire suits Diaimmfs bers who were in the great war. Interesting parallel (because they over $32,000000 a year. made to order, suits remodeled or Mackin's pennant winning ball would build a Washington monualtered or dyeing and cleaning done Walehw SARTO CLUB MEETS. team were also special guests. Every- ment and then a Metropolitan buildto give thorn a call and bo convinced thing was In perfect order for a ing tower if piled four flat atop of of tho excellence of their work and and Jewelry Literary Club of New the reasonableness of their charges. Tho Sarto gala night that was enjoyed by each other. Albany met Wednesday at the home hundreds. The arrangements were sH V sirt-- 'i For of Miss aiayme Russell, 1118 East worked out by President Anthony J. FRIENDS REJOICE. PURE RUNIC. Lcaa Money Oak street Original and instructive McGuiro and a committee consisting of Thomas L. Connelly, Chairman. The legion of friends of Dr. papers were Toad, and tho members Objections to tho League of NaSIDNEY'S Robert E. Butler, William G. Buckel, George Dwyer are rejoiced over his spent a really enjoyable evening. tions on the ground that tho British years' Harry E. Sanders, August Hoertz return after two and empire has been given six votes to J08 W. JefferANOTHJBR REQUEST. and John R. O'fConnor. An elaborate service In the American army, and only one for the United States is son St. banquet luncheon was served, during will be interested to know that he tt Ml IIIAMIINI o met by President Wilson with the Resolutions requesting President statement that our one vote Is as which spirited addresses were deliver has taken offices and will resume ed by Fathers John D. Fallon and his practice at (Room 812 in the Wilson to use his influence for tho big as the British six. He says that Frank Martin, Sergt. Sherley Cunlff, Starks building. Dr. Dwyer spent Irish Republic were adopted Satur- suits him entirely. Perhaps it does. Raymond and others. Dr. the last year in Franco with BIRDSEYE VIEW OIL A. R. Bizot Schott as toasfamaster and Medical Corps of the Thirty-ight- the day by tho International Brother- But we doubt whether it suits most hood of 'Electrical Workers, in Americans. acted If it made no difference was both eloquent and happy in his division, his services and care of annual session in New Orleans. why was "Great Britain and her MAP OF Introductions, which frequently occa our men being generally Tecognlzod dependencies given six votes in tho sioned ripples of laughter. AMERICANS TOUCHED. It was and winning for him tho rank ol assembly? On tho same principle ? KENTUCKY FREE Indeed another big night for the Captain. every sovereign State in tho AmerY. M. I. The heart ofAmerica is touched ican Union should have been lven Also Sample Copy Free of the in tho presence ofj Cardinal Mercier, a vote. Why was this not done? OFFICERS ELECTED. the hero priest of tho world war. MEMORIAL UNVEILED. KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL The Fourth s Degree Assembly, May his visit to tho United States SKEKS SON'S GRAVE. A bronze tablet bearing names Knights of Columbus, of New be as pleasant to him and as profitpages Fully illustrated, thirty-twto us 'as a .nation as his welNew Albany, at a meeting held Tuesday able and addresses of twenty-fou- r seventy-fivthousand readers. Marshal Foch has recently asked Albany and Floyd county soldiers night elected officers for the en- come to our shores" was cordial and tho Belgian Government to have a ADDRESS and sailors who died In the world suing year. They are Peter Fetter, i epresentatlvo of all classes and search made for the body of his KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL war, a gift from New Albany Coun- Faithful Navigator; Josoph Schuler, creeds! son, killed In August, 1914, in tho cil, Knights Columbus, to the Belgian Ardennes. Marshal Foch Building School Board,ofand soldiers and sail- Faithful Captain; Edward J. Tlghe, XX VERY LITTLE STIR. Faithful Admiral; Anthony Zoeller, has religiously refrained from menLOUISVILLE, KY. ors of New Albany and Floyd coun-a- Faithful Pilot; Frank Zoeller, Faithtioning his lost son, and few knew was unveiled In Carnegie Li- ful Controller; John Pontrlch, InThe present Yislt of an English that younger brary building, New Albany, Wed- side GuaTd, and Edmund Schmitt, prince to the United States has early thethe war. Foch was killed in nesday night, tho ceremony being Outside Guard. caused about as much of a stir as witnessed by a large assemblage. the landing of anyother stranger HELPED MANY SOLDIERS. iBfrowhz Md Abatrnal Hzlls SelwUfkiHy TntM M. J. Farrelt, Chairman of the would. Even amongSthose who exEUCHRE AND LOTTO. Knights of Columbus committee, pect to entertain him thero Is not The work of the Catholic War Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy presided. Joseph Bruns, Secretary The ladles of St. Columba's parish the excitement tliafS would have of the Mutual Trust and Deposit will entertain with another of their flared up If he ha'd existed and Council with the soldiers and sailors CIn'rojiotUst In the matter of allotments, bonuses, Company, made the presentation. very enjoyable euchre parties next visited us fifty yearftago. S07 back pay, etc., is nearing completion, Addresses of acceptance were deliv- Tuesday afternoon and evening, to PX2$&ssssw and by October 1 Judge Samuel J. Starts ered by T. E. Crawford, President of take place In the school hall at LOVE PAYS'DEBT. Boldrick, who has this department BailJli the School Board, for the board; Thirty-fift- h Many handcharge, expects It will bo finished. Bath Pboru: Oapt. Sherman MInton fof the sol- some prizes and Market. Men give up a great deal for their In will bo awarded. The diers and sailors, and Mayor Robprt ladies hope to meet all their friends families their time, their strength, Very many soldiers have been helped W. Morris for the city. An enterthe knowledge they have gained In by the War Council's work. For Prayer Qlauw taining musical programme was a at this party. consult life's experiences they spend everyHANDSOME CATHEDRAL. thing freely for their homes' sake, MISSION BENEFIT. OPTOMETIIST feature. home should pay Its debt and the Tho recently dedicated Cathedral LOUISVILLE IK VANGUARD. On October 1 and 2 the Third In much outspoken love. S15 3TARKS BLDQ Plioae Clir "8ft of Sioux Falls, S. D., built hy Joseph's St. Fonotrlr wttk C. M. Wlwman ft Son. Bishop has Thomas O'Gorman, Wearing the Distinguished Service Order of will Francis of aSt.social at SERIOUS MISTAKE. conduct church towers 185 feet high, and is said to Cross, Ctoss of War and Vernon Hall, Story and Frankfort, tho fourragere of the Legion of We fear many good housewives be the peer of all Cathedrals in the the Chinese and benefit Honor, Private John Sullivan, 313G for the missions. of Tho Third Order make a serious mistake in giving Northwest and ranking in architecIndian high in the category of West Chestnut street, was in the this occasion by, too much time to Sunday cooking. tural beauty contingent of the First Division will be awlsted on of St. Joseph's Othors perhaps are equally in error the nation's ecclesiastical edifices. the young ladles which arrived early Wednesday parish. No tickets are to bo sold In by overworking on Saturday, so that CATnOLTO COLONY. morning at Camp Zachary Taylor advance, and everybody will he wel- they can not properly rest or y for demobilization. Sullivan served come. the Sabbath day. Parents and In, Twenty-eight- h with Company A Catholic colony has been estab children ought to he more to each fantry, the regiment which received The Presldont of A day of uplift and delight lished in Texas. other. VALUABLE ALMANAC. Dunne, three citations for valor from the Edmund It ought to ho made in every home. the association is Justice ofF. Arizona Among other formerly Chief French Government. The Manna Almanac, published at were: Lieut. Eugene Judgo of Nevada. and SENATOR SID3RMAN. rrir 4hr But JHf. RaaonabI, Louisville men Mitchell, Lieut. John Hendrlck. St. Nazlanz, Wis., for tho Salvatorlan acres of land hundred for Is now ready After Senator Sherman made his One to be sold thousandlowest posslblo Wells, Privates Will- Expedition, Sergt. Taswell at the are McQuady, Cecil distribution and should he wel- notorious speech in the Senate on price. SUPPORT THE KNIGHTS. iam TJel, Paul J. Kel&ey, Harvey N. Bauer, John R. comed in every Christian home. This Papal domination of the League of parts Linton, Albert J. Werner, Arthur is the fourth issue of this valuable Nations he was flooded with letters Hundreds of letters from all ANNUAL OUTING. t way up and la articles of of the country are pouring Into Burdorff, Arthur Collins.R. R. V. almanac, standardin ifevery superior to of protest and newspapers. refutation to from Catholic not high In reply Oliver. the The Rev. J. J. Sermershelm. pasheadquarters of the K. of C, New Beagel, Max Bowman and to a friend ithe Senator says he Is tor all former editions, of St. Vnrlf. minnnrUne the KnlzhtS In surprised to find the limitations the church, above New Albany, has anREADY FOR WILSON. their protest against the War De Papal infalli- nounced the date of the annual outPAPHRS RAIDED. Catholics put upon partment's move to ouk au war Tebility; he didn't know of these when ing of that congregation in a grove Every detail of the programme for lle! agencies from army camp. The The 'Associated Pree dispatches he made bis speech. Dr. Frame near the church Sunday, "October 12. Knlglits of'Columbue officially noti the reception and entertainment of say Crane, an agnostic writer of some Saturday fied the War Department tnat xney President WHson when he visits from Dublin on Sinn Feinlast organs reputation, to recently referred SHkMINARY CAMPAIGN. were ready to conform with what- Louisville Sunday ad Monday is the five leading The IPrwldent'e special and transport workers newspapers, Sherman as ,a combination of ever order was made to end their complete. several provincial the Seventh-streA campaign to raise $100,000 for work In the camps, hut pointed out train will arrive at Sunday morn- as well as suppressed hy the week- "Judas iBoariot and Benedict Arpolice nold." lies were This is undoubtedly un- a diocesan seminary at San Antonio, depot at 9:30 men preferred civilian that service management The Texas, will ho launched in Oototoer. because they had published ad ver- charitable and , overdrawn. of recrea- ing, where he will be met and to mflitary Irish Re- - trouble with the Sssator is not that Bishop Drossaerts laid the1 project tn ithA ftaaUttoh. Monday isements for the tional activities. They cited alo wspaprs things that Where the fact that Congreaa had deolinad rtimralnr fcha htsr TM.ra.de will take puttican loan. own (plants the raid- - ne dossa't kaow Mtny many things before his priests at their rsesat the American Le-- operated their are so, but 'he known so retreat, and the daolslon was unan to grant the War Department fund I place,anheaded 'by ATVAA TTItHl f II A. era Tendered the presses unworkable, that aTsn't so. TaWst. (molts to undertake the work. for carrying on camp rM&f .werk. " FORDS REPAIRED 1 FIGURES THAT SURPRISE. SUPERIOR GENERAL. Tho drastic action of Lord French in suppressing the Irish Parliament last week Is characterized in tho Nation as "an undisguised and oven boastful outrago on human freeOf Lloyd George's Irish dom." policy it says: "His policy is really that of Lord North to tho American Colonies. Lord North's policy was described hy Horace Walpole at tho time as 'a wretched frenzy of fear daubed over with airs of bullying.' Could there be a more apt description of what is happening in Ireland today? Dublin Castlo has simply run amuck. Its latest exploit is to smash the machinery of the Cork Examiner, tho most important y newspaper in and Ireland south of Liffoy. It is tho Government, not the Irish people, that has gone mad." The London Morning Post in a Dublin dispatch Saturday says: "It is symbolic of the chaotic situation in Ireland that while the Irish executive is busy with its purpose of putting the law in force rumors aro afloat as to alleged negotiations at Downing street for the settlement of the Irish problem. Theo rumors gain a certain amount of substance from tho statement mado yesterday at Downing street, and also from the fact that tho Lord Lieutenant left Dublin last night for London." Ited-mondite 111 SOUTH FLOYD ST. CITY 1850 -KENTUCKY Do You Want to Sell DO TOU or Buy WANT TO SE OB BIT?? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mlno or Property of any kind or description, we havo Businesses and Enterprises of every kind For Sale In almost any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. To If Ton Want or Bny or Sell at Auction Private Sale Write or Call BUSINESS EXCHANGE Anotloneer and Seal Estate 2 LOUISVILLE TKUST BLDG. Cumb. Phone, Main 29C0 Home Phone, City 6343 Want If TonSend to 1.1st With TJ, for Contract pro-all- ETKESISOB 701-70- s Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY, OHIO RIVER Ji f VISITS OUR CADETS. Snn.iVlni on Monday to the tJOonle who crowded the assembly chamber nt tho Stoto House at Annanolis to pi!i&np A SPECIALTY. PPMHIsBi'-isiSssssssssss- one-ha- lf I I h overflowing, Cardinal Mercier & Boyer Fish Co. his message from tho people of Belgium, expressing their gratiSll East Jefferson Street. tude to the people of the United States regardless of creed for assist Home City 1061. ance In Belgium's time or xnai ana need. After a luncheon to the visiting Cardinals given by Governor "As Neif to You as the Nearest Phosa" and Mrs, Harrington In the Executive mansion Cardinal Gdbbons and FUNERAL FLOWERS Mercier and their party went to tho Cardinal Mercier Naval Academy. A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 spoke briefly to tho midshipmen and A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 officers of the institution and after m mm nn ilnsner.Mon of the ibuildlngS and ii grounds tho Belgian prelate and hl3 personal retlnuo oaraea a special electric train for Washington. ed Segal i na rt 1 HOLD TO BEST. o e -- Inter-Southe- rn y, CORNS,BUNIONS umemmmm BECKER the-Jtall- an en-Jo- Mary's-of-the-Kno- et -- , ed I II I everywhere against the hn. amounts almost to anarchy, even in this country. But tlmo is a sieve tnrougn wnicn an. actions these motley ideas andTirACUTltlV will thfi U. tf4sil flTHlv fltlfl world will return to sanor views as It is now all for insano acts ana Ideas. Hold to tho best in thought NORTON BUILDING and action, In work and faith, and soon, serene and unscarred, you will weather tho storms that threaten to N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson overwhelm and others will rally to your standard and tho good of right living will bo upheld. VERYBODY'S CLEANER APPEAR NATURAL. One reason why so many girls MILLER&SON and boys are uninteresting is beTAIOFS, cause they try so hard to be like somebody else rather than be content to remain himself or herself in life. In nature you don't see an oak po3ing as a iwlllow, or a 'black duck SUITS MADE TO ORDER as a yellow leg, or a lilac as a peony, FOR LADD3S AND GHENTS or a dog as a cat. JJo natural and llcmojdclcd and Altered you'll be all right. 511 S. THIRD ST., POPE BLDG. TAKE LONG TRIP. Phono City 2103 Wo Call and Deliver t v rvinnellv. Court Bailiff, of Many obeerful and becoming hats and daughter, Miss Now Albany, Rose Connelly, left weanesuay on are made of velvet. Dlrectolre and Victorian styles are a visit to relatives in Muncle, Toledo, O., and points mi jaicnigan. conspicuous in bracelets. Hats of faille and gros de Lon-drFOR WOMAN'S EYE. are favorably received. Evening slippers uged Just now. brocades and metal are made of rich Fringe are much cloths. Tho fabric hat Is already In eviMany of the tailored blouses have dence. a decided masculine touch. Deep cream suede gloves are more The sports coat may also be the fashionable than white. suitable 'coat for motoring. Scarfs are now made of the same Motor veils almost envelop the enmaterial as one's gown. tire figure, so hug they are. brillsweaters are d On the handsomest of fall suits iant with Roman stripes. fine furs appear in collars and "Many of the summer "hats show crowns of narrow ribbon. Ostrich feathers are 'brtsg made Separate skirts, like suit skirt, Iiuiu i miw kjl ux iv am i at ft bran" ' hate grows wW". devioM. n a hatred innnnvivl ptnan wnll.mp.lTlimr TlOtVTlla that tO try to live right is hardly worth the nffnrf That tho dolntrs of one lone person can not bo worth iwhilo where so many tnousanas persistently adopt perverted views and live 'their angle to hr iinm iinA nrA-iriothers. (But it does pay to bo stead fast to your right ideas or existing. Just now the world Is a chaos of nrntiMiHrur W.ir tin labOT circles, divisions in Tellglous bodies, suspicious or government neaos ana mnnv l. Affairs worldly and unworldy aro so topsyturvy taht It appears to 9QO fourth Awrrra tMJrrWrj We telegraph Flowers Everywhers H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 SIO ITJaDHR AVENUE FRED ERHART ARCHITECT t "tgF&rws )Ry4mEMomG es Cream-oolora- trim-mdn- gs 1 ECEXKOFOGlSrS' ., K' lUJlJSJfci AJS4JEXOvJ i teeeeeeeeeHteeeeeoeeeeeoe HEFMAR STRAUS We ft SchQtShnef i Labor-Savi-ng i SONS . iwx Lfc s v - V v v.1 L 11 v x 7 Household Appliances of Proven dive and Redeem Qold Trading: Stamps. IN THE MEN'S STORE PALL STYLES IN f? MANCHESTER Efficiency 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 : A New Service For You There are so many -- S2.50 TO $6.00 tSboztmSfaee" BACHED HEART ACADEMY, Tho TJrsnllae Boarding ana Day Soliool Tor Qlrle aaa Tons? "Woman. CRESCENT XILL, SOUXSVXL&B, XT. High Moral and Intellectual Stand ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: Secretary, Sacred Heart Academy, 3115 Cherokee Drive, KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE III' '. ' euttHiA armNfon ;; li j household devices on the market that a home manager frequently would like expert advice in selecting the appliances best suited to her particular requirments. labor-saving I h The display of these appliances in our new Home Economy Department and complete. purposes. Great care has been exercised in the selection of materials and patterns of this well known make of Men's Shirts, made with the nobular Soft Pronrh cuffs and laundered neckband. As usual, all sizes. Fine Madras Shirts $1.75 .Crepe Madras Shirts . . .$2.00 -- is large This exhibit i3 designed for inspection and demonstration A half hour spent with Miss Otter will be found very instructive. ' If you wish to know the facts regarding any electric or gas appliance which has been called to your attention Miss Otter will advise you, cither personally or by telephone. This advice will be disinterested and based entirely upon the merits of the article discussed.'1 A c . ? eeeeeeeeeeeee4 Eye Strains Cause Nervousness nervous system. 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 Shirt $10.00 . $ f J AUTUMN FESTIVAL To be given by St. Edwards Church, Jefferson-towRev. Theo. H. Reverman, Pastor, at Bauer's Park, Hikes Point, on the Tayiorsville Road. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. n, Telephone Main or City 2182 ,,' - Louisville Gas f ft- & (Incorporated) Electric i' Co. specialists will tell you that a great deal of nervous trouble comes from eyestrain. A pair of properly-fitte- d glasses will relieve the strain on the optic nerve of the Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and con! complete $4.50 NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION. Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at "Seoina tsBaliovina' jERVE CHICKEN SUPPER Inter-Southe- rn The Price of Electricity and Gas in Louisville Homes Before the War During the War this price. Life Insurance JAMES R. DUPFIN, President. LOUISVILLE, KY. Co. After the War. The Same X.ow Prices No Advance 60 SiHwriA Ave. not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of tho American Life Insurance Companies giro it a position of tho very highest rank? il&t&ljutffikiil t . Why sized, LouisvillcOf HIBERNIANS. CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,0 00 Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more man tne law requires. rood, clean aeency contracts with' renewal commissions, -- so For tnat you may build up a business of your own and have'aa indepentF"permanent income, address tne Home umce oi tne company. ent been a foremost worker in Oatholic and charity affairs. For him the Late Hows That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing glad lhaaid of welcome is. always and lthe" Latch string of Members Here and Elsethe Past Week General hospitality on the outside. where. NeTys Notes. . Connelly has endeared 'himself to all by bis faithful and conscientious efforts In tho past and has always KNIGHTS OF GOIAHUS SNT.DEAOBIS..-- . MEN TRY US $1.25 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS . 3 U ;.. &". -- ' X The Little Rock membership cam Saturday morning .Marie Joyce Frantz, infant daughter of Louis pafjp is proving a great success. 1 street, Indiapapolis Council had a class and Helen Frantzj WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. Port Wayne was honored by the'waa called to the269lBahk 'hosts, of twenty-seve- n angelic fotf'tho first' degree BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. election pf two State ofllcers at the Her funeral took place Sunday after- last week. INTER-SOUTHER- N Indiana convention. LIFE INSURANCE CO. noon, the body being tfenderly laid San Francisco Council last week to rest in St. Loulscenietery. County iPresldont John (H. conferred the degrees on another LOUISVILLE, KT. up with an attack is still laid large class. of muscular rheumatism, Tuesday morning tho funeral of INCORPORATED One hundred candidates received National President Deery made a Mrs. iMary Elizabeth ;Klesler, 2817 the first degree Monday night at HARRY B. DRIVER, President. You'll Never Make a Mistake in Ordering Our most favorable Impression at the Jones street, was hold' from Holy Dayton, Ohio. New York State convention. Name church, attended by many Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. A largo class Will Teceivo the final and? The Ladles' Auxiliary of Minne- mourning e friends years relatives. She degrees at Dayton, Ohio, on Septemlold and en- ber 27 and 28. sota has honored Mrs. Mary B. Daley was It Has the Quality. For Your New Homo with another term as State Presi- joyed tho respect -ofall who knew Union Council ot Syracuse exemher. dent. 4 Ss plified tho first degree last week for Syracuse has representatives on INCORPORATED Friends and relatives weroigrioved a class of eighty. both the Ancient Order and Ladles' The Indiana Catholic announces BROOK AND A STS. Auxiliary State Boards for New when they learned of tho death on Monday of Mrs. ' Catherine Manger, that a beautiful new home is now York. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ohio in- the wife of the grocer at Twenty- - assured for Indianapolis Council. dorsed Mrs. Adellu' Christy, of first and Dunoo- n- Bosldes her l "Babe" Ruth, ithe homo run. kinc Cleveland, for National President In husband she leaves her mother, two of baseball, was given a big "recepIOJST A. OUJSO brothers, nine sons, Iwp daughters tion by Brother Knights at 'Boston 1921. ' If you are particular about having your shoes repaired bring them John M. Riley, of Division 3, 13 and an Infant soar two weeks old. this week. to us and be pleased. rapidly earning a wide reputation as Main 3160-With a membership of approxi City 2160. John Benard Johnson, fifty-sia promoter of any kind of entertainAs for material we not only advertise but positively use in all repairmately 1,500, Fort Wayne Council yeara old, died yesterday morning in ment. ing the very highest grade. is recognized atf one of the strongest 63 9 Stevo McElllott is ta little forum his homo,widow, Bergman street. He In the Middle West. Prompt service is our next main feature. We particularly specialize Mrs. R,osa Johnson, leaves a unto himself, 'giving plenty of and four children. They are Harry, work. Try us. T on Army Boots and Shoes. Also Tho homo to be erected by the topics for discussion at Uib divisions Charles and John Johnson and Mrs. Knights of the State will be used as meetings. Jacob Brocket Funeral services a dormitory for the Catholic stuThe fourth week of tho member- will take place, this,, mornllng at St dents at the University of Missouri. 0 B. CHESTNUT ship drive of the nine San Francisco Vincent da Paul's church. IOUISVILLB, KX. The Careful Shoe'Kopalrer Fort Wayne Knights have secured divisions closed with 1,956 added to for $35,000 a downtown site for 045 South Fourth Street, Bet. Chestnut and Broadway. the Tolls. Mrs. Christina Zoelier. seventy their new $200,000 home. The lo.Look for the electric sign "STARK." Not connected with any Fort Wayne Hibernians have clos- years old, died of infirmities of age cation is on East Jefforson street, HOME PHONE S8 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- r ed all affairs connected with the In- Wednesday "morning In the home ot between Clinton and Barr. Home Phone City 231. other shop. diana State convention, the best, tho her dauEhter. Mrs. Joseph Detter, Archbishop Hanna and Bishop Hoosiers ever held. She was the Carroll have, accepted the invitation 1223 Bardstown'road. The only time Mike McDeranott widow of William' Zoelier. Besides of tho Utah Knights to be present misses a meeting is when a Key- Mrs. Detter sh. leaves two other at the fourth degree exemplification stone police comedy picture Is on daughters, Mrs,Elizabeth Logel and at Salt Lako City on October, 12. HARVEY-JELtIC- O tap in his neighborhood. Mrs; Henry Keeiflg. Funeral servPhiladelphia Knights will express The Hibernian Social Club real- ices were,held 'ywterday morning at their appreciation of the splendid ized a neat sum in the picture show Holy Name cWrh. work of Supreme Knight Flaherty (INCORPORATE)) by tendering him a testimonial banentcrtainmont and country store e Henry W. Schnepp, quet on the evening of November 11. given Tuesday at the Norman years old, died Wednesday afternoon Theater. Waverly Council, of Wayerly, Ky., A unique feature of tho New Al- In his home. 238 Shawnee terrace, has been granted articles of inVVVVV1VVVVVVVVVVVVVVWVVW DISTRIBUTORS OF THE following an Illness of several weeks. corporation by tho Secretary of bany centennial celebration was tho by his widow, Mrs. State. The incorporators are W. T. survived soldiers' and sailors' rest camp In He is Schnepp, and his mother, Mrs. charge ot tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Lilly Baker, T. M. Peak and T. B. Yates. Lump-Co- al Rosa Schnepp, besides a son and the Ancient Order. More than 2,000 applications from aorvices took daughter; Funeral John T. Buckley, New York's place yesterday morning at St. service men have been filed for the Place your next order with us. scholarships. Stato President, is a returned overThese came from church, conducted by Father forty-tw- o seas. vterari. While in active serr-Ic-o Maloney. States, Hawaii and Canada, . 1 in France he obtained a comas well as one, by cable, from mission as lieutenant Coblenz, Germany. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Francis Xavler Schuler, beloved Tho Ancient Order and Ladies' husband of Agatha Schuler, went to The coming week will bo one of Auxiliary of Minnesota held their his eternal rest Sunday morning at the greatest activity for Louisville Stato convention 'last week at r3pr Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. his home, 139 Crescent avenue. He Council. There will bo something Both reported excellent prog- was seventy-fivyears of age and doing every night, including a fareMore than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total ress during the year. had Hved an aetive and exemplary well to Grand Knight Thomas D. deposit of more than 10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the Tho Stat convention of the La- life, liked and respected 'by a wide Clines and a welcome to his- sucPHOJVJB&S. bank. .people of Louisville at this safe, conservative dies' Auxiliary, held at Cedar Point, circle of friends and acquaintances. cessor, George Nabor. was attended by several hundred His funeral took place Tuesday New Albany Council, Knighte ot Cumb. Mala 20DS-- a Home City 2008 Z MARKET AT SECOND women determined to put Hibernian-is- morning from St. Boniface church, Columbus, has presented to the UNDER THE BIG CLOCK otty a beautito the front in Ohio. Public Library of that where he had been a faithful John V. McCarthy, of Syracuse, ful bronae tablet containing the V;vvyyyyVvvVVyVyyV-1PVVyVVtVyYVVVyyVVVTetired- from the New York who names of all from" Floyd county who State (Presidency and is now a mem died in battle d'uring the war, reThomas J. McGoff, laged. ber of the National Board, wilt add for thirty years a member of the gardless of creed or color; an earnest worker to that body. police force and well known to all i ORAND PALL PARTI'. New Orleans Hibernians are ar- - the old residents of the Bast Bad, ranging for one of the largest dem- - passed peacefully away earty Mon- Tho men and women, and Rev. onstratlons for universal democracy day at the family Nome, au worm AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ever held iln .the South, when Presl- Eighteenth efepeet. He had been in Father Donohoe, ot St.VPaul's pardent De VaJera visite that oity. faillne health for over a year, but ish, have made elaborate prepara Rabbis, ministers and men of all had borne We illness wRh Christian tions for a grand fall euchre and Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de faiths will serve on the, committees fortitude and was hiily prepared for lotto ontarAalnment, to 'be held in faa,wc-wt- i of reception and entertainment. Hon. the call into the eternal life. He is St. PruI's Hall, Jackson treet, beAll Dainty Materials. Chine and Bourke Cockran, Hon. Frank P;. survived by hte wife, Mrs. Betty tween Kentucky and St. Catherine, Walsh and other distinguished ad-- . McGoff; a daughter,, Mr. Mary on Ootoher 6 and 7, for the benefit vocates of Irieh freedom will deliver . Luthy, of Huntington, W. Va., and of the ohureh and school. The BOTH PHONES 810. YOUR GROCER HAS, IT. ( TT addresses. three sons, Thomas, Shorter and workers of this parish are. real are noted ion the and MAGIC-HELLE- R awards, SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. learn of the reaigoatkra of WiUCoa-- 1 Wednesday imorntec from the Oa4k- - number and value of their pleasing and also the many t other I nelly as mat iMOoapoajLvao PreMdeut iweauae oc dml. ttRdd by many Hte-kfeatures they provide. ot oUr bturtnew Brother friends and MMXtate tAAAAAAAAAAAxAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVeaBurt ed T. J. Doyle was Presldenfby 1iq Ilnnesota Stato r THREE-PIEC- E . conven-tlonr.TCi- .., SUITS..... $1.50 Hen-nos- sy Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. FRBB LTJMBE1R Gt. fifty-thre- JOKES 8UGQBS1 O O. r THOMAS KEENAN DIRECTOR.. T. 0"MHJL-,..M:..- ..3ETXJJSTERAIy x 'STARK" n Funeral Director and Embalmer 717-71- Mfrf4ft4, HVtVltfrWfrVWVWVfrWWWV FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. J. J. BARRETTS SONS 83a East Maiix f COAL CO. fifty-thre- Street. 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