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Kentucky Irish American 14. PltBftCS 3EMKE Hnni Srery Driver an Sscort. Lwisvitta Carrlsf & Incorporated TariMb 6. VOLUME It XLHI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 The overseas programme of the organization Is tworfold, first work with enlisted men find women war workers, and secondly, work in civilian relief. The Etollo Service Club for enlisted nion In Paris was the first European activity. In con nection with tho work at tho club a group of nurses visit the hospitals regularly whore thesoldlers are confined. Hero (he h young women provide dainties, wjlte letters, give readings and furnlih entertainment which aro heartily injoyed. In answer to avreal need three hotels for army nurses and other women have been opehed, Tho rapid, demobilization of the army and closing of hospitals and canteens ma'de the housing problem In Paris a very serious ono. On account of the great congestion there woro little o? 'rio accommodations, but at the reauest of United States mllltaryauthorltles Hotel" Cecilia was openedjur a hostess house for regular arni nurses and has provided comfortatad jpleasure for hundreds of theaosinco its opening two months ago. BglIsh girls, employed in the Quartermaster Department by tho Unue'd. States Government, aro cared Jfo"t at the Hotel Massena where sejlial Tates aro war-workej- rs PRICE FIVE CENTS. REFORM Administration Denis Death Blow to Their Slogan of Economy. PHILIPPINES Handicapped by War Developments. New Hardships Confront Bishop. Street Cleaning n Ixst Art With Our Reform Board of Public "Works'. Methodists About to Buy Catholic Student Homo Over His jLo Head. (w Tho Raise of Keystone Pollco and Firemen Draws Iro of Taxpayers. Tho Difficulties That Aro Confronting tho Right Rev. P. J, Hurth. " THE VACUUM CLEANER PASSES. The decision of the courts against MOVE FROM FIELD OF LABOR. which doesn't seem to have surprised anyone, Is just another expose of tho mistakes and blunders of the local "reform" administration, and go where you may there is hardly any criticism against the mon or the company, all of tho resentment be- the city on the street car strike, given. and alas! When we turn to tho files of tho Louisville Herald, tho official organ of the "economy" and "reform" administration, and read about the purchase of the famous street vacuum cleaners, In glowing words the Herald complimented the Board of Works for Its splendid foresight, and just doted on how much man power tho wonderful cleaner would save. Our streets would be clean as a pin and (Louisville would bo a regular Utopia from a street cleaning standpoint. But what a sad awakening. The famous" vacuum cleaner would only work on certain streets and had a bad habit of picking up lighted cigar butts, necessitating calling out the fire department again and again. Then It was found out that It needed all kinds of help, one man to steer, ono man to handle the refuse, four or ilvo to go In front and pick up paper, Btraw, etc., that wasn't good lor the cleaner's digestion, another to watch for the deadly cigarette butts and finally a foreman of the crow. AH of tho men employed- to assist could have cleaned the streets easily without the aid of tho costly nnd bad acting vaccum cleaner. That's part of the sample "economy" practiced on tho streets in the center of the city, but you'll have to score one for "economy" in street cleaning In other sections of tho city, as the board economized by not cleaning the outlying sections and alleys at all. Some saving there. On Tonth street, south of Oak, street cleaning Is a lost art, that thoroughfare being a correct representation of one of tho war torn roads in Europe. Lately some of the residents have resorted to diplomacy and have placed pictures of "Howdy Ed" Morrow in their windows. Speaking of war there is d another reminder at There is a correct and Grand. portrayal of a war trench on that street, which has mystified the residonts as to why It was built, and some ono is authority for tho statement that the trench takes the place of a sewer in that section, gcore another for economy. Qee! how we used to read those box scores of the Louisville Herald, In which it told how many jobs the Board of Works was abolishing and how much money would bo saved for street cleaning and improvements. Later on we believed this to be true when we saw the Board of Works and Board of Safety spending money freely, believing the money was coming out of the fund saved by abolishing "useless Jobs," as the Herald said. The board purchased a costly house boat for motor boats, with a day and night watchman attached, and while there are not 100 motor boats In Louisville, New Albany and Jerferson- 'ville, no one kicked because the beard, through Dayy Rose, who was ' then Chairman, bpught it, as It was thought, out of the .saving fund. But what a sad awakening. After a year of "economy" and "reform" adealnUrtratlon the board's street oleaning fund is depleted and the "sear Mayor has to borrow a million dollars to conduct the taxpayers affairs. Here's one more table or box swore many would like to see th L?uiwllle Herald publish, and. Thirty-secon- hMfitlTinw? Havtntr-iht-"iea- st rurFi;B&nu,nmxHii9n&T8 masqaeTaflT-lHg'a- s ;wsiUBai.iMctery-an- a vpolkemen, and the fact that ltwouid com too much to get brushes, etc. Alas the Board of 'Fire Underwriters ing displayed against near Mayor Smith and the bungling "reform" administration. Thero were two pet words used freely by tho "reform" promises crowd In their ono was "reform" In our city and county government and tho other was "economy." Well, the numerous holdups, assaults, graft charges against tho police, bugs In the hospital food, etc., have given the quietus to Old Man Reform and now it Is apparent to everyone that the "economy" cry of Smithy and his administration Is being given a knockout. This week tho near Mayor comes forward and asks for nn appropriation of a cool million dollars to ran tho city until tlu taxes are collected, being $20u,00U inoro than ho asked for last J car, and tho highest amount over borrowed by any Mayor to carry tho city over at this season. Tho Street Cleaning Department confessed early in tho season that thero would be no funds to clean the streets during the summer, and judging Iron! the looks of our Btreets and alleyways today they certainly told tho truth. Way down in tho corner of our daily papers this past week it was mentioned that tho Board of Works had decided to do away with tho vacuum cleaners which cost thousands of dollors. the pro-electi- on the devastated territory.- Up to the 11 has opened present time the a rs, nurseries, up community. oming quarters, welfare homes jQunin, Arras, and bo forth" "aE BERLIN STILL UNDER MARTIAL LAW. MOST PIOUS SOLDIER TAKES FIRST REST IN YEARS. Amiens, Mlhiel, tin, j by Minister of Dofenso Gustav Nosko are still St. Marshal Foch, soon to be welcomed In America In "civics" and on Guards commanded Lve been oeleht- Brussels. i' on duty In the streets of Berlin. No one is permitted to leave ox enter ed from tho worK wlth a view to hiB first vacation in five years. He is here shown with his grandchilthe city without passes. The photo shows a German woman showing making the wor . reconstruction dren In front of his chateau on his estate at Ploujean In Brittany. her pas3 at a control post. possible. The as comprehensive personnel of men of t'chjita Includes re-a- - iinmiiMiiiM i,ia'"jaaiiiirakiT' Several '$J,000 were found capabledisnurse, trained social rorkjr, filling a year vacancies surely Messrs. White, Brumlevo and Instructor, and creation director, covered by our employment scouts. Miller will furnish itf and that is Quentln a a dietitian. At We rejected all consideration of jobs how many of tho Board of Works ry, known as Crecho or day n were tiscd In making employes that offered less than $18 a week. as been opened Maison Sainte Ito We did not want any man who had precinct canvasses for tho Retho working for tho children p! risked his life tor his country to ""SKraEz-J-SSfflMrpublican machine on tho taxpayers' women, and are co: accept less than that, for we figured ior during the m time nnd how many of them will day. Hero an ep: t dietitian, to-- m servo ns registration officers next that was the smallest sum on which gether with seven .iralned nurses, ho could live properly and cleanly week nlso at tho expense of tho poor prepares the food tho babies and as an American citizen. tavpajer? That's economy for tho ome thero for school children w. Republican machine. "Wo were astonished to find that the noon day luncl more than 500 of tho first 5,000 Tho Board of Safety gave old ge settlement In Amiens a employers listed as needing work"economy" another whirl this week use for work- home and boardln; men wanted to pay only from $7 to by introducing an ordinance to raise opened. Here ing girls has just b These were what $12 a week. the salaries of our Keystone police y nursery, free can be. found a might be called silk stocking jobs and "hick" firemen, which will cost clinic, lunch room Jjelass rooms, re- and we didn't bother with them. the citizens of Louisville about Slmllar com- creational halls, e We went after the cotton sock and $150,000 annually. But here's tho o been started munlty centers beefsteak and potatoes stuff for rub. No one would object to the at Arras, Verdun," t. Mlhiol, etc. men. And we found it to an extent raise if we had a real pollco and The work of tl council has been that exceeded our expectations. fire department, but when we have Into Be where, also extended "While wo rejected several thoua xsomedy police force, which has ftho efficient in opportunities as not received the attention of the entire sand orgaari ' of Belgian welfare worthy of the: men, we found that world because o"f buffoon performIs being sociologists; splengd work we had openings for more men than ances, and a flro department comdone, with a d4retnM of purpose applied for work. Employers had posed in the main of "hicks", then and method whita characterizes you can't blame the public for kickplaces for 70,023 men; there were These war these sturdy 62,211 applicants on our books. ing, and there is sure some kicking risen almost crushed vlctfi being done against the raise. The Wounded men, of course, enlisted Nation and incredibly frdi our most earnest efforts to bo helpBtreet car strike proved to the satismJsefylBi ful. W were successful In finding faction of everyone ihat we J$A 3 Important work lsibelng done In a - t etc.-Un- JmtJlwrtWBBl JisfiilllHHI iH ed "Ing Louisville officially as a "third-rater- " to the Is sufficient quality of our firemen. Mybe the Board of Safety members have been reading about the big salaries given Charlie Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle and the other screen artists, so why not reward our Keystone police, who are furnishing comedy daily. The strike has been a real treat to the comedy cops, who are riding around in "flivvers" having the time of their life, and Judging from the actions of ono Saturday night at Fourth and Walnut they stop sometimes at places where they don't know we aro living under prohibition reign Just now. This flivver" came through Fourth Btreet at a pace d tnat would nave mauo uarnoy look like he was standing still. People were scattered right and left and tho (fact that tne semapnore was against them did not worry the jolly comedians as they came right through singing merrily as they went along. Here's one firm tnat won't approve of the raise of the Keystone salaries: Tho Associated Bottling Company on Tenth street was robbed last Saturday and next Imornlrig at 8 o'clock the book keeper called up ponce Headquarters and asked for police assistance. Ho was told to call again at 10 o'clock, when some ono would be around. Can you beat that? The Keystonors have office hours, and it's a emen our burglars have office hours accordingly. Speaking of sleuths tho Detective Department pulled a funny one recently. A uetectlve and newspaper reporter took a long Joy ride to arrest a to Dallas, Texas, suspect. Well they came back with story aoout tne rea markable resemblance between the Dallas and Louisville absconder. Tho story went all right until they published the photographs and tnat spilled the beans. The man. whom they went nil tho way to Dallas to look up at tho city's expense looked as much like tho man they were seeking ns lie did like the detectives. At this rate Uncle Jolui Shell, tho citizen, had bettor watch out while tho latter is, at large. classes -- HEART. Farmlngdale, L. I., has just but ono claim to fame and that one boost Is its pretty girls. One charming girl of that fair township, Miss Helen Wescho by name, recently appeared on Park Jlow, Now York City, wearing two Croix do Guerres for ear rings. EUROPEAN Post-W- ar um-flol- Poland and Italy whHPefrwtl peculiar national ' conditions, social service is needed. The admirable work of the National Catholic "War Council has been highly commended by the most representative miitary and civil authorities, on boths aides of the Atlantic. Pope Benedict XV. has praised and blessed its worthy accomplishments. The vigorous, upright policy in thfe entire execution of its programme has strengthened tho bond of international friendship and has developed a sincere entente cordiale. So splendid have been the European actitvitlcs of welfare and reconstruction that it becomes difficult to eulogize fittingly the success of tho overseas farces of the National Catholic War Council of America. the vmF NDyS HiafMWT SHE'S NATIONAL CHAMPION. Miss Matigarey F. Kinder, national champion although only fourteen years old. At tho last meet of tho Woman's Junior (Rifle Corps tourna d ment she shot the butts, making 100, a perfect score. twenty-five-yar- .41ttr opening-- vae The war has made the lot of the Catholic missionary and his Spiritual superiors hard Indeed, for tho chronic lack of funds has been accentuated by the failure of the warring European nations to contribute In their wonted measure to the worthy causo of the Apostolate of the Faith among the pagans. Some of the missions have suffered serious loss also by the removal, through governmental action on the part of various nations, of many zealous, from missionaries their field of labor. In addition to these difficulties, the iRlght Rev. P. J. Hurth, Bishop of Nuova Segovia In the Philippines, has been confronted by the activity of Methodists, and has been obliged to incur debts in order to prevent the Catholic Students' Home which he had opened In Vigan, his diocesan city, from being sold to the Methodists over his head. His predicament, which we do not consider unique, is best described In the Bishop's own words. Writing to the Central Bureau of tho Central Society in St. Louis, in acknowledgment of a contribution for his missions, the Bishop says: "In a few weeks I will round out my twenty-fiv- o years of experience a? missionary Bishop, and I do not know when a iglft came more opportunely or providentially than this one that you sent me. It Is really hard to make ends meet. Articles of food now cost double of what was their price a year ago, arid then it was higher than any, one here thought It could be. But ilrtR Is not my only difficulty. You know that .the foolish perhaps I should rather say villainous oarrylag out Wor -- 4 K. Of C. Activities of Catholic War Council Stand as Land nELPS OUR WOD3N. What Tills Great Order Is Doing For Our Returned Overseas Soldiers. The Louisville Gas & Electric nnmnamr 1ms taiin"ift! an advertis ing and sales campaign to promote Story Reads Like a Romance of tho tne use or. gas ana eiecinc nouse-hnlModern" Business A Inhor aa.vl'aBliances. Breadth of Vision, Sincerity of Pur- - Homo Econowjr bijpurtment has World. direction pose and Indefatigablo .Work been established or Miss urace, vnm,Qee practical Keynote. atized by abilities have ics at the a course in School in SecB Mote Yet to Do and Keeps Tlinmaa No the Collego Detroit, gradtfi Right On With the Highly Commended by Most Rep. fnr TMnmcm and a Woik. Military nnd Civil Ion in the , rcfrontatlve special course Authorities. under the use of electrie employed by direction of a it Electric the MInnea new depart- - SILK STOCKING JOBS TABOOED. Company. Mi HAVJ8 ie and sug- OPENED MAXV HOMES. ment will re ;,, concerning gestians, with ins actm- all questions Fifty million dollars a year! That aratlon of ties, such a Us. correct is a lot of money. Reconstruction it not merely a foods, nlann It represents the harmonizing yearly earnings of 29,312 discharged h mateiial thing of dollars, bulldlncs. Hunting of W -. lyo schemes, soldiers who have been placed In i&'i'i.& f. rood and so forth, but an Intimate Ul IIMI sewing, tho the professions and tho trades In the t personal thing of spirit. All the re- the work or c, flBMB r coverings, Northeastern States through the construction remedies in the country problems offill She will efforts of the Knights of Columbus. can never restore the broken trust rtTanorlps. rnnlnns fnr Not one of these men has been sent of men and nations, tho proper (supply menus suggestions to a job that pays him less that $18 lespect for righteous authority, the i any occasion diets and a week tho K. of C, does not congieat meals of truth and justice, regarding connection sider offers of less than that sum unless" there be a spiritual repalr-nu- the serving n ,rttaVr work" a returned soldier. as well. Genuine, lasting re- with the a 'department for thestory ofofwhat has been done the public, The construction, conducive to greater com- - In seventy-fiv- e rof the days by the K. of C. good, comes not from doling out to will be at securlng of to open the .door of opportunity to a frenziond, starved people new gov- pany's patro: - overseas men and efficlenreads like a romance of CARSON WITn WTLSON. ernments, new religions, fantastical the utmost ricity and the modern business world. IFIrat theories, etc,, but from a training cies in the ,nd societies, of all the K. of C. sent out an The President says that article 11 of the heart and will follow out the eas. Worn s. baaars. army of . soldlei1 and sailor canplan: of the constitution of the League of r.great principles of Him who is the when Miss Otter vassers. They visited 248,384 emdinners, league 'origin of all trust, of all' authority willing to eto.' Nations opens the door of the e assistance. ployers 4n the New England Statest r and has truth and love. -J for the consideration of Ireland's been of all this basic Ideal la Itmind New Jersey, PennsylNew York, with IKS. case. Is this really so? When we that the National Catholic War vania, Delaware and Maryland. They ,nd daughter. found 70,023 Jobs waiting for capremember that in article 10 the Council has made such great John F, aft last week able men. league Is pledged to respect and progress on the European side of the Miss Rosa The work In the Northeastern alt his niece, preserve the territorial Integrity of Atlantic nlniRO the Rlsmlnsr of thn for India HPhla :Mrs. Warr '.before going States constitutes about one half of Its members, we can see that not nrmfixHnA in MiwiatnliAT. 1Q1R 'aw davs with 'the national efffort of the K. of C. only has Ireland nothing to hope for .organization, one of the seven co- tn Miinnia Connolly and iThe statistics for the other sections from the league, but that the league operating In the united war work his brother of the country have not yet been is artfully designed to keep her and j campaign, has Uabored incessantly Thomas Let Peter W. Collins Mrs. cwMifiHyfft ik, a former completed. other nations In a like situation in since Its inception, jwt only in the a condition of perpetual enslave- handling of the grave problems dur- - resident X;1NWiBM ly, Is home tell the story: contHct, but In from Gua America. "In the Northeastern States alone Had the Preidnt been ,ing the world-wid- e ment. we have found employment for Mends. candid he would have told the dealing with the far more serious to visit re' men. Probably an equal numrd F. Stager people that when he accepted the ones that came In the wake of the Mr. and ir nome in ber have been placed In other sec- British view that the Irish question war. In its programme of reeon- - have ret visltine Mr. tlonB of ihe country. In the northit has inspired, directed Glenwood was purely a British domestic ques,fee, formerly eastern territory the average wage tion, he virtuaMy made it impossible and accomplished results that will and Mrs, :on, Tenn, is $24 a week. The total annual for Ireland to bring her grievances stand out as land marks la the of New O'Connor .Income for the 39,312 men thero activities. Breadth to the official attention of the path of post-wMr AlwibTA.TrZkrr t jftAijrwif anY ay O'Connor, fore Is $49,061,376, or almost $50,- Ji, iinvuf league: That the wtee ones under- nf trtaJsn C4tsvi7iibj v. tttipnAaa iku sad da Ir. and Mrs. 000,000. In the jobs found by our jaw stand thM is evident from the fast Indefatigable work have been the 'Yi wava nv ler relatives. canvassers'there are represented 131 that Sir Edward Carson favors the keynote of the Council's unusual J&mefl aehievMnants in iU oversea work. fliare returned toW emphte, Teen. varied occupations and professions. league. Marks. ri JJrjfee m -- two-colum- n ' 1 nt 131-jenr-o- ld rim ( m 39,-3- 12 J . ar . I Tf HMH4 mlsaionarlea - tveart their promtstag nldef,laberera.,.Jbd ly wo could not TmaFWBtvnvUM to I wialaee' hetn a hat jeemm b fifty-thrmen suitablo for that done, but the 'many wiwrfoV" Mbooh Requests came to which they had started and' Kpl'. kind of work. us to sujply tailors, locksmiths, up with the aid of their Iriends and shoemakers, barbers and detectives, benefactors fell completely on my claige, and though I find It a for whom places are yet open. burden I can not bring "We were gratified, of course, to see men put forward by us land myself to discontinue these schools happily in $7,000 a year jobs. But m leng as there is any poselhllt thero was a sad inoldent In con- of keeping them going. Along witu d this I have been forced into a. nection with the place on our list. It was a manager- pun base, which embarassos mo very ship at $10,000 a year. A soldier much financially. The case Is as Thero are here at Vlgan had all of the mental qualifications, follows: but he wa3 turned down because of three Protestant student3 homes. To a moral blot on nls lire. resist In some way that most terrihl "Yes," concluded" Mr. Collins, "wo Bcheme of proselytising wo opened are going right ahead. There Is a Catholic students' home, but in still work to be done for .the re- a lented building. Lasl year yte could not get tho owner to .renew turned soldier lots of It." ttie "contract for a fixed term, because with everything else house GEN. EGAN DEAD. routi were constantly on tho rise. Gen. Patilck Egan, one of tho No other in any way equally At building was ava'Iable. founders of the homo rule movement In Ireland and former United tho end of April I discovered that States Minister to Chile, died in tho tho building was being bought bv homo of his daughter in New York the Methodists for a Deacons3 on Tuesday night after an illness Home and at a price which under Born In County other circumstances I should have of several weeks. The Baino Longford, Ireland, August 13, 1841. considered exorbitant. Gen. Egan became an Influential sect has a students' home also, with From which ours has been making a very business man In Dublin. competition. the boyhood he was Identified with tho strong With In; purchase of that building our home Irish Nationalist movement. -, wold have been on tho street and addition to being ono of tho founders of the Home Rule organization for a time made simply Impossible, in 1871, he alsp helped to found the There was no alternative. I had to the Irish Land League in 1879. Gen. 'step in and negotiate tho purchase Egan was one of the defendants or that building from out of the with Parnell when tho Irish leader hands of our adversaries. Although and a number of associates were tho owner gave uu a fair show with prosecuted in Dublin In 1880 for the other bidders, this purchase has sedition and conspiracy. Gen. Egan put me into real difficulty, for I came to tho United States in 1883, 'rad to use funds belonging to other settling in Nebraska, where ho estab- - concerns which must be replaced, so lished a number of grain elevators, that It is a purchase with borrowed Tho next year he was elected Presl- - money. It is the first time In ray dent of the Irish National League of missionary life that I have gone America, holding the position until into a worrying debt, and I assure I relate all 1886. Identifying himself with the you I feel the worry. Republican party In the United these things to you to show you in States? ho took an active part in what situation your gift found me Nebraska politics, and headed the and how greatly it was appreciated Nebraska delegation to the Repub- - jn consequence." lican national conventidn 4u 1888.) v,'e have already intimated that President Harrison appointed mm the situation in wnicn tne uis'iop of Nnflva Segovia finds ijimseu. Minister to Chile in 1889 , , though it is serious is by no means MlEfrlonaries everywhere unique. MORE FOR OUR VETS. have their tld and new pr. ".eiis. successful have been the They should bi assisted 'n their So soldiers, sailors and marines In labors by giEercuB subsolptlons, an-passing entry examinations conduct- - Americans should be partlcuorly ed by various cojlegea and unlversi- - (,uick to e.pond to tho ea'i f(r ties selected by tho Knignts or uo- - funds for trm missions, since ivo t lnmhiifi In their award of 100 free all the Eicat nations of the world scholarships to war veterans, It has have suffered tho least from the Ubeen decided unanimously by tne jsvar. " ot u . Knlsrhts of Columbus Committee to arrange to give each man who came CARDINAL SENDS REGRETS. through with a high percentage a Cardinal Morcier. of Belgium, will chance to receive a scholarship, be unable to Include Louisville in hU "UNITY COUNCIL, Y. M. I. visit to tho United States. This lo- New formation was received Tuesday by Y M. I., Unity Council, Albany, has selected a committee Louis Herrmann, acting Belgian consisting of Andrew J. Stiersteadtor, Consul, in a telegram from Belgian Chairman; William L. WentzeJ, Ambassador Wa3hn, at Washtegto. Charles Collins and Leo Mulloy to He state that Cardinal Mercler retake charge of the membership cam- - gretted that he found it impossible paign which will be inaugurated at to accept the invitation extended by once and continue until the close Bishop O'Dnaghue and Acting Con-the year. It is expected that the mil Herrmann o visit Louisville membership will be increased from1 during his four of America, and 350 to 500. Following ihe close of gave lack of time as the cause of the campaign an elaborate Initiation .his not coming here. The invitation will be held in January. had been forwarded September IS.) to'HMaLwlv ee whohd'tbsltf disl3-essin- highest-salarie- su.t-abl- o -- l -- - of , A Ck. V s &'r. c '" &aaX9:izjcBnr October 6 and 7 Grand fall euchre and Jotto for St. Paul's church and school, in hall on JackDented to the Social and Moral Advancement o! Irish Americans and Catholics son street, near Kentucky. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Men's October 10 'Fall social by Men's Society of St. Ann's church, afterInstitute and Catholic Knights of America. aaa III "' noon and evening. PRINTING! CO., Incorporated, Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA October 15 .Euchre and lotto of SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Columbia Athletic Club'ln hall, C21 East St. Catherine street. Entered at the Loulivllle Poitofllce ai Second. Clan Matter. 30 October Fall festival and West Gresn St chicken supper by Altar Society of iMrest til Communication! to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, St. Agnes church, iNewburg road. November 5 Euchro and lotto for benefit of St. Aloyslus church In Trinity Council Hall, afornoon and K&NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. COMING EVENTS. jiu jjs&B-xtx&AJS- n 4. III II M 319-32- 1 t3ffi&3b You Will Find Our Home Economy Department A Very Pleasant Place to Cal. Our new Home Economy Deparimcnt, in charge of Miss Grace Otter, occupies evening. LOUISVILLE, KY PRAY TO MANY. . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 -- m; i$ have roused the indignation of the nearly one half of the spacious lobby of plain people against the Ministry. Wednesday came the month Lloyd George may hang on to office With our office building at 311 West Chestnut of October, the most beautiful of for a short time, 'but his sun has Kentucky, set and" he knows It. J. B. Dant was a week-en- d visitoi the year, especially in street, between Third and Pourth. at New Haven. which has been set aside by Holy COURAGE OF IRELAND. Mother Church for the special honor Harry J. and William P. Hennessy The. are out again after an attack of of the Blessed Virgin Mary. A virtual hurricane of oppression tonsilltls. means prescribed for this particular and spend a few IS praiso of Our Lady is tiro Rosary. and persecution is sweeping over Mrs. W. T. Speak has returned minutes with Miss Otter in surroundings from a stay of several weeks at Like a rain of roses, soothing pain Ireland. Lloyd George's shilllng-a-da- y gunmen appear to have a free Martinsville, Ind. and refreshing with fragrance, the which you will discover both pleasant and Rosary Is loved by the devout sons rein and a virtual reign of terror is Henry Maloney, a former Louisand daughters of Mary. Let us the result. That the people have ville boy, now of Cincinnati, was instructive. attend the Rosary devotions, for kept their heads is little short of a here on a visit this week. there can be no more powerful miracle and shows well for their Eugene T. O'Brien has been conA violent advocate with Jesus at the court courage and discipline. fined to his home this past week to place at your disposal her extensive knowledge of Home Economics was outbreak Is just what the authorities with a mild attack of flu. of lieaven than the mother who of earth" and "half of want it would justify the barbar"half and to have demonstrated for you the many interesting appliances to be found in the Home ous measures they have taken In a John J. Furey went to Cincinnati heaven." Tuesday to take in the World's vain effort to break the national Economy Exhibit spirit. The world Is watching as Series and the Latonia races. LONG OVERDUE. never before the trend of affairs in Miss Edmonla Dougherty, of . People of all parties are call- Ireland. In England the workmen Jeffersonville, Is visiting Mrs. ing on Congress to give our soldier and radicals lose no opportunity to Archer Reilley, Huntington, W. Va. and sailor boys a bonus for war denounce the methods of the Judge Walter P. Lincoln and Mrs. services, and to the discredit of the George-Tor- y combination and in Lincoln returned Tuesday from a glorious Franco in all the large centers or stay of ten days at Dawson Springs. country recognition of the part played by our boys In the world population strong organizations of (Incorporated) Mr. and Mrs. (Roderick Cooper, of war is long overdue. friends of Ireland have been formed. New York, have arrived to make The Australian Commonwealth has their home on Napoleon boulevard. ANOTHER SUFFERER. officially disapproved of British Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenemann In Ireland and demanded that people of India are now tactics The returned this week from an autogiven national autonomy. mobile trip to Milwaukee and rebelling against the British Govern- Ireland be great Chicago. issuing a paper in the Here In the United States the ment and are mass of the people favor an Irish TC.,Tltt.l. NflW a York. Misses Helen C. Corcoran and republic and in spite of the huge Nelly Kenny returned Saturday from which cites Innumerable wrongs and i eumB belne spent in British propa- - a stay of several weeks in Daven, TOnrti--... i, u; UlUUlblva ...&. jji.y w w v..v. country. ganda work sentiment here Is be- - port, Iowa. rulers of that downtrodden TPJila sis m i v if rtllnt 1? ,nn t.Tlntilali Despite rigid censorship the hy r. anu jurs. uai j. wno Is primarily duo to the fact that, have been spending the week In pocrisy and criminal conduct of u uwi.vui Notre Da,me, Ind., and Chicago, John Bull in his treatment of small KU6.UUU u, nerseu raise 10 iiie have returned nations is gradually .being exposed nas proven principles for' which she pretended to the whole world. Tom Duddy says the women's to draw the sword when Prusslanism SILVER FOR CLINES. suffrage law will be alright, as a at Its worst was never so utterly little girl Democrat arrived at his "RADICALS AND AGITATORS." odious as Britishism in Ireland. home last week. When the Knights of Columbus met Wednesday night there was a We have been expecting a dis- England has dropped the mask and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Meurer an- large gathering to witness the sur avowal by Senator Hitchcock of the stands revealed before the world for prise awaiting Grand Knight Thommarriage of their rash statement which ho made two what she really is an atrocious nounce theMay, to William F. Ma- as X). Cllnes, who was retiring after Ella weeks ago to the effect that the tyrant and the world no longer loney on September 17. serving the two most successful years in the history of Louisville administration was convinced that can be fooled by her pretense or Misses Florence and Constance Council. Just as his Buccessor, Dan only the radical agitators among the righteousness, Schlldt were hostesses at a theater- Lawler. took the chair Col. Frank Irish in America opposed the ratlfl- r?Mr Tj "" '" f"fj pnHv Saturday nftgrnrmn In Tinner'"1 ot 'Miss Corlnne 'Mxzz' tfon Of one ingTIhir'cTi 'cnosfen' words he ux- "(Like the True Voice, we have waited Wednesday. VPolls open from G a.m. pressed the appreciation the mem Miss Reglna Connell, of Omaha, bera ifelt f6r the retiring Grand Evidently the Senator to 9 p. mf in vain. arrived last Friday to be the guest Knight, and as (a token in recognl- intends to stand by the statement. of Mr. and Mrs. Consider Heath tlon of his untiring and Indefatigable 1010 1800 REMINISCENCES Well, he is the one most directly work for Louisville Council present- Wlllett, on Edenside avenue. concerned, and if he can afford to ed him with a magnificent sterling Waller, pieces. Grand Col. and Mrs. Frank McGrath silver set of twenty-si- x let that stand as an expression of of Mother Ignatius communitySuperior of the the St. Louis look the opinion, we have little complaint Sisters of Mercy, came to Louisville motored to Nazareth Sunday to visit Knight Clines culd only overcome his their daughter Helen, who is a feelings ho felt,' being so to make. But we call the Senator'3 just fifty years ago, Mother Igna- student at Nazareth Academy. that ho could Scarcely collect his attention to the fact the resoluion tius answered an invitation of the thoughts or express a word. Right Rev, William Georgo Nelson, IndianMrs. Barney calling upon President Wilson to Bishop of Louisville. sister, who DELIGHTS itlG AUDIENCE. introduce Ireland's cause at Ver- Mother had been a former parish- apolis, Thomaswas visiting her JefferMoynahan in Mrs. sailles was introduced at the Irish ioner of Very Rev. Georgo sonville, has departed for home. The good pcoble of 'Louisville who In New York City and had Tace .convention by Cardinal Gibbons. Shep-Mrtaught in his Sunday-schooand . . . George ixs. lert tne. lirst or filled . the Home' of the Good One of the strongest speeches on be- naturally was on. nft.mnnr. or much interested in the the week to" spend the month of For Governor arhalf of Irish independence was work of establishing her order In October with ".her daughter, Mrs. thused with fie programme each their, entertainment, a few months ago by Cardi- the diocese of his brother. Five Allen Long, at East Orange, N. J. ranged for JAMES D. BLACK to the number being applauded Arch- Sisters accompanied Mother Ignatius nal 3 O'Connell of Boston. Tho musical numbers were on the foundation, namely Sisters (Mrs. A. P. O'Connor, of echo. .Mr. and bishop Glenrion, only a few weeks Mary rendered by Miss E. Gertrude and Mary Joseph Des Moines, Iowa, are visiting Mr, Dan Hennessy, Elsie Mouchon, Mrs. and r,-,.Ago, voiced his opposition to Article Barberoux. Sister Mary Bernard O'Connor's sister, Mrs. Ben La ,vt, ,r t,.,iii, irior. Elenora jFor Lieutenant Governor X of the League of Nations cove Hayes, Sister Mary Uyrne and Sister Gamba, and Mrs. W. A. Lawrence. Roge ataon, Mrs. Busath and the nant. These are only a few of the Mary Frances Teeh. They spent the occupants of the home, Mrs. Fred Capt. William P .Hammond, who Har, bel and W. H. SHANKS Dur- most prominent Irish "radicals and tflrst night Grove, the following day the accompanl3t. where the Sisters HUB at Cedar uii. agitators" who, according to Senator of Loretto and their young lady and iuccu tlDl(.iu& .ilia Juicuko, left ing the afternoon refreshments wero Mrs. W. H. Hammond, was en and.'a fepod Hitchcock, are opposing the League pupils gave them a most cordial Friday for Camp Meade, where he served byteverybody: time present. Ed joyed welcome. One among the pupils will be stationed. Blri-prealdeaa Chair- of Nations. Then there Is Gov. ward Jv Por Secretary of 'State became a then man and "dellverd. an address, 7. Z Dunne and Bourke Cockran, other Sister present afterwardsnow joyfully of .Mercy, and is Louise 'Carr Pllson announces viewing the wo?k of the Sisters or "radicals and agitators." We won- celebrating this .golden jubilee full the- engagement of her daughter, tne aood"wphiiia Jn this city, who MATT COHEN Hitchcock of sweet memories of the occasion Miss Mae Erie Pllson, to Charles came .hrfciptli,Unvitation der whether Senator 0f really knew what ho was saying when with her companions she was SIgler Calveard. The wedding will Bishop mtiw f&zkhre at home," place in October. , he said,.'-,iipfl:called on to assist in ministering of our city when he made the statement. There to the comfort of the strange Slaters. take governmfrl3te$st full well the For Treasurer no man in touch with public is Mr. and Mrs. John J. Harry spent value ateffikmhS !wnrk belnc done Of the original band of Sisters to our own events in this country today who only one survives Sister Mary Wednesday and Thursday In Clncln- - n this H. F..' TURNER r tnnvti. w.ViIW .atr. friends Cb- does not know that it is a gros3 Bernard Hayes, niece of the late natl, where they visitedgames of and nitv and. 'TutuUHtf Ny,Ult ' the ularly arid'.'iWi lamented Bishop Hogan, of Kansas witnessed tho opening of helng re- ;fer libel upon the 20,000,000 men and City. Sister Mary is now a member nunuo uiiaiuiJiuuaiiiir ocura. and women 1USCU COHfUHkV ' to women of Irish blood In the United of the community or Sisters or this iattftuuo ;jt;?And right hero ; Mr, and Mrs. James Harmon, i want you tSki r tnat tnev aoni States. The Senator should nave Mercy in Joplin. There Is, however, For Auditor 'wMIKEBBBBHBKr' BBBBBBBBB mS f i of food? cloth- known that when he made the another pioneer who deserves men- uvansvuie, 'nave oeen . spunuing uie send along notable Sister 1TC57IV iid.u.uu a .io.""6 John J. Lyons and mg oi- - BIHJBB. Ifl 'do they, at tho correct- tion on this occasion HENRY F. BOSWORTH statement. He should have end of th "jmt, end a check to Mary Bridget O'Malley, now at the parents, Capt. ed It as soon aB his attention was Sacred Heart Home, 218 East Mrs. Lyons, G2G West Main street, assist in Kmm'bc tne "nome nres a 4nBBBKBSBBlBlBHBP TBBBBBBb. Z' 'W. "and no doubt to i burning.' drawn to it. 'But apparently he College street. This Sister, who has New Albany. 'you, . thl$M.,-B';lo6- w: '&& J',t3C'' fair. But tPxf ' ' wishes the statement to stand. Very a wonderful memory, loves to re., . .... v - r. 'i ee are always juiss uamenne umigscmager wias uoou n- npora For Supt. Public Instruction radicals and count the happenings of the first We "Irish well. open and' Shepherd, our each Sister host Saturday afternoon at her home years, and agitators" will simply conclude that personally, remembers the devoted at a miscellaneous shower In honor Lord Hi ..always ece that and also, L. E. FOSTER shoes are provld- the Senator like his master in the friends of tho early days or the of Miss Mary .Ellon Peake. whose food, clottij homes. This to Ohllcschla- - ed for Presidential chair regards everyone community, many of whom have marriaee fcifcfl Alnhonse J. "Monday. brlnKS to 'vfclie fact that in pr will nlnrn next It who does not agree with his views passed to their reward.twenty-fiv-Is a ou well know, our cuyrBj e strange coincidence that If he can years ago, on October 2, 1894, the as a sort of bolshevik. I am a mem-I- s Georce W. Goff announces the a Board .of. For Commis'r of Agriculture very active 'sdaBBBBBBBBBBBV encasement of ihls dauehter. Miss D" or t. r afford to take that attitude that is first mass was said in the tompora 'JK.tKUttUjhl''' RBBBiSBBVHBHBBfeaik''' ""& Ip to the city. ' NpII ..,.. fJnff in fThnrles Rmiflr., or mu. J3 nowv' w... his concern. We are not worrying chapel of the Sacred Heart Hometm '' .if ' itfDMvB k bbHsbbHIbI f J. W. NEWMAN Is called a if10,., nowl, College street by the Right lev. Charleston, W. Va. The wedding vnaTiiieg about it. Committee, Wtvlnp.sdnv. October wlll tnlrn nla Bishop McCloskey. aBBBBBBVHBBBflBBBBBHBV.BSnSlBHBvRBBBSBBBBBBBViL4 There was a on charity CO BSfrSBBTfelM ISBffBvATBVBvAvAvAvAK bAAtbAwbbbhbwbwbbwbsHBtw'a BBBBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSmi BBBSBSBSBSBBBSBBSBttJSSSBSBSBSBSBu6$sBMaR?w mass and exposition of the iBlessed 1K nt n nVlnMr su m.. nt St. Leo'fl This ijise that appear organizations " CHANGES PENDING HBBBHBBBBHKSiSaBP ' Wg BbSUbBBBBBBH Sacrament followed by benediction church. n o. K. Tnis all right For Attorney General in the Chapel of tho Seven Dolors t include the " - HSv uOI "Mrt, T.mila .Tlnrnvattfiflr wnu hosfpRS Changes in the British Cabinet at 218 East College street, antt " aKSBaflBBB Oor nor either tl., H,,,v,,l,1 nov In Tinner nf Little SlStSWbf FRANK E. DAUGHERTY are said to .be pending. This is the except the additional devotions there Qood Shepherd. IBBHBlSBBSBHBBHBBHlBm j10 PsIbBBBH was no celebration on the occasion. Miss Corinne Mazzoni, whose mar- - J published l beginning of the end of the fee to know outfit. Indeed if the ? a.hat Wednesday at St. Boniface church. the Good IHSHOr CONFIRMS. Ministerial party had a. shadow l The guests were limited to friends 2j?jl!Ji iKS 'IbBBBBBBBH HBHBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBK ' hot on tho For Clerk Court of Appeals of the bride. bbHHBbHbbHbHbIbbHHk It would have resigned Jtat and j was because Bishop O'Dohaghue, who is makHbWUBBbbbbp many long since. It does, not represent the ing a visitation to a number of J. E. GOODMAN been with Jack Shelley, who had churches In the diocese, has been In Mason & Hanger Co., hs unanesion, roo4iveti will of the people as the at ani mivmiBIi 'These homesUnlontown and confirmed a large a. v.t me pa.Bi year, i iiuiub uu have proved; and nothing but the class Had an Enwere here f at St. Agnes church, where a u piuiryci- - dorsemont' iCAlflSHHS. or even a wen fear that the party of privilege and Buccessful mission was being con luriougn, looKuig hoy quite a noarf nt'1 nmde ous. Our local looks to me reaction has come to the end of Its ducted by two Franciscan fathers reputation paymaster for this that they W nded In that for ruling and ex- from Cincinnati. i n8t on accow big contracting firm. norable rec- ploiting the masses has kept the ord and each of . CARDINAL. IRELAND'S Louisville peome an New York them do. Hi lowing the Mlnliterlalfsts from following pre Cltyjatjt week enjoying tho theaters, advice of 1BI1 H VKKISO to let our cedent and appealing to .the country. air-Michael Cardinal Logue, Catholic and eiiopg were jars. i. m. dltlon will works be one of child, Mr. and Mrs. John Raidt. Mr. eventually tlluHIIHHBU! h of our Canon's antics and French's .brutal- Primate ofj.AH Ireland t what is ities In Ireland have failed to stir the .ablest churchmen of the age, and Mrs. is? ji yyeaver. 'Miss m. m. catholic ei birth- Hurrie, A. I. Strauss, iR M. Daimn, honestly d the- rasaa? British sympathies In favor of the celebrated his seventy-nint- h day Wednesday. Cardinal. Is W. W. Ohalliner, "R. McDougaR. ,W. time the S' od's name. Coalitionist. HAhex hare thy a native of Ireland The , bora at K. raeftwy. W. B. (MoFrua, H, continue th ia which had. itb opposite effect, as thsy tksy are now W. ftiancer'nd' John M. Poiiad. I SOGIETY. I It easy to come in . Miss Otter will be glad Your visit will be both agreeable and profitable. Louisville Gas & Electric Co, ,,, .i -- The Price of Electricity and Gas in Louisville Homes Before the War During the War After the War The Same Low Prices No Advance r 4 f To the Democrats nf flip A treTM-HHtMMl3JJtcglst- li I ff"g I -- State of Kentucky: VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT c X l, 0jaT s. JAMES D. BLACK FOR GOVERNOR Oi re-M- rs. - h JSBBV 4BK A & IJIIIlBlHt ft" s W$ V A t-"j- a t J S' "JHBaBSBBBBBBlBBBBL - I v -. -- .-. -- , JdH bbbbbbbK &i$ate "m. & -- rr'rj ry Vi'U BRHiBBHHBBB ,2,asan:ni ct 1 laahoi riBts dol-th- ey BIBBmBMBmBwBism bbbbbbI . etetMM-tiioltle- a And the Entire Democratic Ticket i ad Your support is respectfully solicited. s; ' t: j.- t , . : K13ISJ03K:Y IRISH OCTOBER misimoa:. Tho I'll (of til Month of the Messed Mother of God and Holy HHB ' jJbShOs) fll; "in vjghit zM "'.'''yHBtByPff MilBnBBEUBtBBBBBBKB Rosary. Never Before Diuvucd Upon Such n Period of Turmoil mid Unrest. linpoitnnt That Wo Turn to God in This Moment For Guidnncc. LET ALL 1HAY FOR AMERICA. We have Just entered upon the month or October, consecrated In tho beautiful order of the Catholic ecclesiastical year to the Blessed Mother of God. under tho title of "Our Lady of the Holy Rosary." WORLD'S PRETTIEST WOMAN POSING FOR HER CELEBRATED ARTIST HUSBAND, Neer In the history of our 'be- DOMINION OF CANADA DOES Hnwnn m nntvnr, , .... loved country, declares the 'Morning DomlnlL, This photograph shows the bride of Howard Chandler 'Christy, tho famous artist. She was formerly BHtTln, Colo-nlStar, has the month of October WaLTnt!?e Mrs. Nancy May Palmer, and posed for many of the artist's most notable pictures, Including several war dawned upon a period fraught with Tventy-sixt- h New BngwickRegl menf TOtonu" ut posteis. The artist and his model were married at the Broadway Tabernacle. more serious conditions and problems which must be AMEKIOAN CARDINALS. solved, and justly, If our precious AMERICA FIRST. heritage of freedom and independGUIDE American GUIDE BUYERS While the United States Senate is ence sealed with the blood of our ested In Catholics will be InterBUYERS the unconfirmed news donating the peace tieaty, develop- forefathers Is to be preserved and dispatches that the Most iRev. Oleorge Renders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly ments are taking place in Europe the priceless boon of our sovereignty W. Mundeleln, Archbishop of Chi,patn,ze advertisers whose announcements as a nation retained. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements which promise to so change condiNever has cago, and the Most Jlev. they find colums. We aim to protect our read-ts- y tions there that ratification of tho October dawned upon a period of Hanna, Archbishop of San Edward J. they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readFranks treaty will no longer secure the in- such general and widespread social are to be elevated to the Cardlnalate accepting only firms of known responsibility. ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. tention of the peace conference!. unrest and discontent, or of greater by Pope Benedict XV. at tho next Belgium and Holland have broken stress and turmoil, conditions Which consistory. Following his announcediplomatic relations over a question are reflected In the lives and ment "that the Catholic world of territory. A crazy Italian Jew thoughts of the masses and which Is looking to Amerlfti tnr ln,int. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. has seized Flume in SDlte of tho are making themselves felt even In ship," the Pope is said to have dedecree of the "Council of Foui" and tho halls of our great legislative cided to raise American representa We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of now It is likely that tho coud will body, where respect for law, order tion in tne ssacred college from two ASK. ANY bo recognized as one way out of a and dignity has been the. centurv- - to four, or perhaps five. The only PROPERLY BLENDED Oculists' Prescriptions. CLEANED, PACKED OCUI.IST very unsatisfactory situation. two Americans now wearing the red RatU old tradition. ASK YOUR GROCER. As in the United States, so in hat are Cardinal Gibbons, ficatlon of the treaty will not preBaltimore a. vent further disputes over bound- other lands. Turn where we will, and Cardinal O'Connoll, 'Boston, the THE SIGN OF QUALITY FEOPM'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATZMT aries In Europe. These will go on we find nothing but disorder, con latter having been made a prince of aighl'd 741 1 OPP. MAKY ANDERSON Ol'.i FOURTH AVENUE Incorporated indefinitely in spite of the treaty fusion and chaos, a (tearing down me cnurcn wit i the iat n.iriinni East 180 W and the League of Nations. The and a breaking away and a setting Farley, New York. Should the Pope organized by n Oitlt.au to Blake Balkan situation contains the seeds up of strange gods and continued determine to create three American KENTUCKY Home City 8300 Road Service. of a dozen wars. What has this and renewed upheavals, as men and Cardinals it Is said that the third LAUNDRY 1OASB A. CO. to do with the proposed leaeue? nations, without leadership, turning red hat is likely to go to the ArchOn Furniture and Other ferional from the greatest and bloodiest war bishop of Philadelphia. Just this: Shall the United States Incorporated Property at JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. IH7ILDEU become a party to every dispute in of all history, face vast problems 2 Another press cablegram has It IiOWESX BATES Europe by ibecoming a member of that must bo solved and unparal- - that at the next consistory it is (Jnderhlll St. 941 South Third St. COLEMAN BUILDING the league? Wo do not believe this loioa conaitions that must 'be met probable the appointment of new 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Jeo. Doarborn 8. COR. THIRD AND JEFFBBSON to be a true American policy. True, and overcome. If law and order are Cardinals will be announced. ACCESSORIES PISK TIRES ReManager Both Phones 288S Home 1010 conditions anay" arise in Europe that to be fully restored and the world ports seem to indicate that the red might force us Into war whether we Is to resume Its peaceful and normal nat .will be given Mons cnor Kn. JOHN B. O'LBAHY & CO. wished kowskl, it That Archbishop of Warsaw f J NO. P. MORTON & CO. Medley Hotel and Restaurant SAM L. ROBERTSON was tho to enter1917 or not.we went course. most urgent and important case in The Headquarters for when of Monsignor RagonesI, Papal Nuncio INCORPORATED to war with Germany. But we these problems that, Indeed, upon at Madrid; Monsignor Valfre dl CONTRACTOR FOH PROPERTY CITY AND FAHM Right Services should not deliberately enter upon which our own future as a nation Bouzo, Nuncio at Vienna; Monsignor See us about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOtu a policy of interference in European depends, and the future peace of SaTdl, Assessor of tho Consistorlal Kstablinhed 1820. Louisville. Ky. Right Prices affairs. And that Is what tho pro- the world at large Is now .before Congregation; Monsignor Sill, Vice estate. We sell, buy and rent. OFFICB OUrFITTEKS Day and Night posed league would force us to do. the Senate of the United States and Chamberlain of the .Church, and BU 1315 8. Twenty-sfjrt- h 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. President Wilson may talk about the the Peace Conference of the world Monsignor Canassel, PRINTERS 620 WEST Patriarch of STATIONERS Home Phone City 4464. Homo Phone Shawnee fe68 MARKET ST. heart of humanity breaking If we In Paris, in which deliberations we Constantinople. It Is said that perrefuse ito become a party of this have entered a? a vital and depend- haps Monsignor San Salvatori, ArchHEM POOLEY FOH MONEY. Both Phones 2406 pact. Our duty Is first to America. able factor. la a few days we are bishop of JJalbia. Brazil, may be THE VERY BEST WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular inThe rest of the world 'Europe told, '.the august Senate of our anotner new Cardinal. No French ft 0 0. no publicity comes or salary, with especially Is not breaking its Country Will decide for or ncrnlnt prelates are to be elevated to the Adolpu Rentllnger " ne tre- rvms u. ReJiT AVer oui' iVtnM&s. l csirsgjxrgraa . .'. ' j lleve in keeping free from en VersaJIres, fo:' or against the LeagrTej ii.n..nn. uuuuuy a larger "'""i i;,rn t--- F 1 R IlLJUN 8 IT n A Liy-Th-.iuj; a n their personal security. rt m number i tangling alliances with European of Nations, xnererore' io we use is customary to grant her. 'Foroinn Brook and Bloom the POOLBY, TORNADO, WAJilLlllYAND'" F. It. powers. That was the advice of the term, "fateful month of Octo- duiiib ivason tnere will be no Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. 16X-- I PliATM GLARjq Washington which ho left to Amer- ber," as we contemplate" the critical opauisu varuinai. Room 1, Courier-JournSOFT DRINKS 123 SOUTH TH1RJ In the consistory of 1916 two 4X5 S. Fourth. Street. ica as a heritage. We aTo now asked and untried days that are dawning STREET to put it aside in favor of the new upon mb, and in wnicn re must play Cardinals were created, but their Home City 2803 M. We are told that our part ana ao our sure as a na uamea were witniieid. It was geninternationalism. SOUTn LOUISVILLE SAVIFGJ T. K. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY the League of Nations is bigger than Hon and people to ,wnin the world erally believed they were (Monsignor AND DEPOSIT BANK WHOLESALE has learned Huyn, then Archblshnn nt Government, that Its cove- looks, and upon which TOBACCONIST our own Incorporated. Fourtli and Central Avenue and Monsignor Bertram, Archbishop nants are greater than our constitu- to rely, FRED HORNUNG, JR. how important, in i, tnat we of iBreslau, but since then the tion. We refuse to believe this new 000 West Main Street Three Per Cent. Paid on Savinsra SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING fangled doctrine. We are for Amer- turn In this supreme moment to former has resigned from his archLouiaTllIe, Ky. ica first, and for Americanism 'in God, knowing full we that light bishopric and the lnffor nnrl T,l 712 West Jeilerson Street Both Phones 4202 . our relations with the rest of the and guidance Prom abc e alone can red hat to the fact that Berlin was Louisville, Ky. clear the horizon; tha now, as In men capital or tne empire which world. JOHN B. WATHEN National Roofing other times when vast Issues have comprised his Jurisdiction. Owing 80S Home Phone Shawnee FURNITURE. MOVING AND been at stake, prayer 3 the great to the changes which have occurred "SOUTHERN STAR" CARDINAL AT BANQUET. Company hapes the Pope Benedict will nrobahlv mna' which Incorporated Instrument PACKING HENRY GOSS 8 JOED BACON Cardinal Morcier will foe the destinies of tthe world. Never before pono further announcements of the 5a0 South Tuenty-SIxt-h Pitch, Coal Tor, Tan en Felts, Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting St. "All Heady for Your Griddle In the Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted principal guest at a dinner In his has the world had grter need of creation of these two Cardinals, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty)! Shawnee 198C West 1084 Morning" 'Hotel Commodore, the hand of God to g do It along honor at the LONG DISTANCE HAULING 124 W. Main Asphalt Shingles a Specialty OR HATR CHURCH HOARDS. New York City, on October 9, which the path of rlghteousn . Therefore HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE I'lionuH . City 1250: Main 1400-2011 W. Broadway, LoutsvUle, Ky. will be given under the auspices or let us pray, especially urlng these LOUISVlliLB PROVISION CO. may guide fateful days, that Mm Knlchts of ColumbuB and affili Proceedings of the conference Phone Shawnee 42. Incorporated JVHENrr3Y0URj. th GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. ated Roman Catholic societies of the his people and lead of i safely out held In Washington last week by the .MOVE r isorder and Hierarchy of tho Catholic Church of New York arohdleocese. Tho affair of the wilderness Both Incorporated. DEAD ANIMALS Both promises to bring together the great- chaos whose dark c id rises so America. Including establishment of Wo Aro Motor Doctors, Skilled Ex A. Lazar, Manager Plionea the hori- a committee of the hierarchy to est gathering of prominent clergy ominously even now AeyTpgCfffJfcy CASH PRICES PAID Phones HIGHEST iiwia .iito jtenuy to Servo You. Money Advanced on Your Plain Note and Catholic laity ever assembled zon of our beloved cutry; let us supervise the various activities of tET US KNOW! Call Home Phone City 721; and will mark the first opportunity pray for our legislator that abund- the church through newly created 312 West Jefferson Street Full lino of Tire3, Tubes and Ac-- 1 ! ';"cal ".? 1.?tance moylns with Cumb. Phone Main 721. the Catholics of the Empire Uity ant light and wisdom y be vouch- uuuixis or uepartments, were sum- cessorles. Tires and -- -. (Second Floor) : u.v.u,t t- ".. have had afforded them to publicly safed them In reachk a speedy marized In an anouncement Sunday "cu. shipping. "'"AH i'urnuure. Danklnu- nn,i . work Home Phone City 2967. RENDERING CO. IA)U1SVTLLE Dr. solution as to what lest for our by Bishop Shahan, rector of the paired. .uaueries cnarged and re- - cha?g" cneerrul,y '"rnlshed free honor the Belgian Cardinal. of Chairman of the dear land and Its futu let us ipray Catholic University.- Tho announceHarry P. Swift, NATIONAL HATTEIW PORTLAND AUTO REPAIR CO., A. AKNO&D & SONS Chapter of the Knights for our Supreme I tiff, whose ment. In part, follows: New York Home Phone City 1931 AUCTIOK & STOHAQE CO. HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES "Five 'boards or deniirMiiinc wn.n ot Columbus, will be the toastmaster. voice has again ibeen fted asking 377 N. Twenty-SixtTOM TOLAKIS. Prop. St. (Incorporated) be that anger and hatr be blotted established to care for the following Ky. The principal speeches will ti25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, 43S Wast Main Street All Kinds of Footwear For the by Archbishop Patrick J. from the face of the th and men general Catholic interests: It yonr boy nn amottoa tnat will EducaSulta Pressed While You Wait. prepare tfceia ror life. Whole Family Knight James A. and nations come tog er again In tion, social work, press and literaHats Cleaned and Blocked While Hayes, Supreme Christian ture, lay societies, home and foreign ST. Flaherty, Overseas Director William tho sweet bonds You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and XAVIER'S .COLLfcQE JOHN B. RATTERMAN let, us ay for our nuosiuua. me uoara or Homo and men. brother; Two HAMBLY'S Stores Hats a Specialty. Work Called For P. Larkln and other notable com- American and hierarchy, iw gathered Foreign (Missions ds raado responsible Is 113 W. Broadtrajr, olavllle, Ky. Shaw. 1716 and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, The reception committee and Portland. 20th FUNERAL DIRECTOR In Washington, thatlvlde assist- directly to the annual meeting of posed of Nicholas A. 'Brady, tho Conducted by the Xaverlon Brothen City 7164 Attention and Quality." Magazine 18th and Morgan J. O'Brien, W, R. ance may Illuminate t momentous National Catholic Welfare Council, Classical, Sclentlflo and Bualneei 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Department. Grace, John D. Ryan, Thomas F. meeting called to Iclde upon whereas tho other four boards are Courses, m ciynma JP?01' Well Ryan, William D. Guthrie, James J. matters of Catholic prest which placed Immediately under tho Ad- W" lum. moderate. VestieSShaWnee I243" CuraberIanP Hoey, Dr. Harry P. Swift and are vital to our copy, to our ministrative Committee, which apttrv. .Benjamin, 1r church, and to each 1 every one points a Bishop as Chairman of each Dennis McSweeney. JohnfMcCormlck, i niHBM9BnEBBRHHflHHBMMHHHHHfllLHJHHBHJHS!8V the Irish tenor, has volunteered to of us. ILet us asklr Heavenly board, under whose direction and lender several pieces and win ue Father with confiden or all these responsibility its asslirned wnrir la assisted by several other singers. things, through the jroession of carried on. In this way every imporThe Cardinal will leave this city on the great Mother of , 'Mary, the tant Catholic interest of a mihiin or general nature is henceforth October 11 'for Scranton, where he "Queen of the Holy i ry.'1 This month of Oct' . too, Is the provided for, and all Catholic activiwill be the guest or nonor ouring the Americanization celebration In month of the Holy les. Today ties are assured of Immediate guld- help a that city on Columbus day under the we need ithelr liturgy .Uldance. In uuce ana assistance or tho entire the church, episcopate." auspteces of the Knights of Colum- the beautiful let us pray that "we be defend bus. ed from all advers ' and that WOUND PHOVED FATAL. God will send his f angels to TAUGHT AT ST. MARY'S. While Saturday at the our homes and to r land "to home of spendingZelllch. Ralph his .frtnmi r Rev. Dennis S. O'Begley, passed guide, cherish, protland defend and chum Edward Krull, aged four linnBWI MsaMl away recently at St. John's Hospital, all those who dwell Seln." iff son or u. w. Krull, 624 East teen, i brought 'flWxBKm Leavenworth, his death mu WtnmWm wTr' Oak stieet. was accidentally ohnt QUKI3N FORiSKA. about by old age. Father O'Begleye and died Sunday morning at St. eighty-fivwas a native of Ireland and Mary and Elizabeth Hosnltnl. Tho years old. He came to the Sister Teresa of IChlld Jesus boys were students of the du United States many years ago and has been appolntedjeen of his aianuai Training High School, Pont and taught classics In several schools in large diocese Alaslfy tho Right prior to the death of the victim's New Yoik and was for several years Rev. Bishop Crlmonjj. 'In that mother had 'been neighbors and a teacher in St. Mary'a Academy in vast region of G00,0uaro miles, playmates. The boys had started Bardstown. He was ordained to the the largest mlsslonfleld in the from the house to eo to Shawnee priesthood about (thirty years ago world, there are onllmty priests. Park, but stopped In the woodshed xfiBHHYaVAHHHlHHYfiYaVaVAYaVflEP iSi: by the Bishop of Denver, In which Think ot a father wig 600 miles for young Zelllch to show his sC sfi&nBBlLSLsLsLVaflBBLwLflLVLsLHBlHir ffj "Sr friend dtdcoso he labored for many years In summer, covered I mosquitoes, a revolver which he had bought among the miners. About twelve his "chapel" on hick, a little wnicn ne naa hidden in the and years ago he was transferred to St. food to sustain hiigpendlng on The weapon was accidentally shed. nin. Francis' Hospital, Topeka. Kansas, the water In the stl for drink. charged and the bullet passed as chaplain. On account of poor What an opportunlti the "Little through Edward 'Krull's body. He y i HE5B health he retired Trom active duty Flower" to fulfill I promise to was Tushed to Sts. Mary and ElizatlsllllHllliBHenilkHIIBHBIIHMBHHiilHH Since then he made his "spend her heaveiidolng good beth Hospital In 1917. and surgical operahome at St. Mary's Academy, on earth." As the e are many tion was performeda In the hope of Jl Leavenworth, where he was able to and the means few Bishop has saving his life. say mass dally. established at Jun "Guild of sllHsilllllHX!OBiaB9BklH!IESMHaaiHH The little victim was a favnrifA the Little Flower' mpport the In the neighborhood of Shelby Park NOVICE MASTER. open schoc i hospitals. and was a member priests, FINE SPORT THIS FAIR DEVOTEE WILL TELL YOU. of the Cadet Anyone wishing t this work Corps at Aquaplaning Is ithe very latest th lug In the line of water sports and Alfano, C, can become a men f the Guild robust in Manual. He was brle-hThe Rev. Bernardino WORKERS GET OROIX DE nirnn-nIs being indulged In by thousands of mermaids and mermen at coast P., until recently stationed In Cin- by contributing $1 oro a year. run, ana health and .full of life and nis tragic death caused and lake resorts, Tne camera caught this ifair devotee of the sport as cinnati, has come to Louisville to All contributions d be sent !.rJ.ef wM c,rcle- .Tho funeral " medal ty CanAdr.fnn? ' P'olx de Guerre she was being towed over the wave at tremendous speed by a motor becomo tnattter of novices at the either to Ihe Bk nr to Mlsa g ree had been cited for heroic 7c ion w,T. JT?m All JL boat. Aquaplaning was developed from the Hawaiian Islanders surf Sacred Heart Retreat on the Rchael Barring! 'connVrtlcut ll boards. road. Apartoeots, Wahf D. O. ' "T1"1' ' conductTne th'e Mm. A. s. bwlrt f. llta.' "nZXZZr'lt nh """ """ w rienn .e Puchmantr, of the French Hieh CommiMlon BBBmBBBBB&BB&BSBBBBBBBBBSB BBBBBHHBHKBfe-;BfMMBHjB- f wfBHjjBBBPHHBBBBB BB'BtKBHBBBsHBBKlllm ng L!l .I SJg1 S RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL a IP NDJBNK IS o r CHKROKBJK IOEJL Ori3AS Well-know- THE BALL OPTICAL CO. ARTHUR Phone--Shawne- WILL 014-02- a tlekbh -- .M-- i - . HUM J. i j RBOTLINQER TU al BUCKNER i n-,- .,. BOB-51- Supply and 1 Y G-- o it AUTO OWNERS "-- "" - h' ed ge - YPle'f-'- Bi!!:Vf ?Kk rv til inwBr ! PBn itjtE&BIBBBlHBBBBSBBIMv EtSBBiESSBf3BLBB f .- --. f New-bur- ir.ra5LmSKi! J - .: ', Z"'1 , I ""i" ?. ,t !eUl "T - J2NnDJOXrXr XilfclStXS AJMCBJMtlOAJ- - - 1 REPUBLICANS In Gloom Over llio'Wcak Campaign Being Made Uj- - Nominee Morrow. ? ' 'i... .yrfaBBMBBBBBBBBBBBTBwma 22b'l&mr43&mW&BSEBni 5nfiuH9nBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI Rlnglinni .Tress Falls to Relievo Attacks. on Hcrt nnd Candidate'. I ' (BBBaBBBaBKTBBBfllBBHBT HHvHEBHBHPBHBHBCV SjQ"lBK& .JfeBBBTflBBBBBlBBBBBBBTBBB' -- " iaBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBlBJBl jiiBBBBBiaiflB$traSBMflnk.iViiBllHHP9iBKflK aBBBBBBrJllajBTBBBVOTBBBBTkBaBBBBBBB3iBBBBBBEB- 0tSjtiHA JT' 'KPBBS 'Hll & ? BW JBBBBBBbTI "BBBBBBBbI Louisville nnd Republican Press, Giving .Silent Edltnrinl Herald Support. DEMOCRATS ARE ENTHUSED, spppjBsBjjgipipgjgjjBayegBjyjgf WTtP Trayf, ?TbT WWSmii9Ft ' Twsm'vMiiiB Despite the Immense barrel of campaign boodle the Republican machine and big interests aro pouring Into Kentucky the campaign of "Howdy Ed" Morrow, d tho candidate for Governor, is waning fast, and well posted politicians agree" .that tvnsi rP.n.UTTNO REVIEWS PARADE FROM WINDOW OP WALDORF HOTEL. the Republican prospects for success the balextraordinary photograph showing tho General reviewing the parade which standled .from the First An aro crowing dimmer every day. Gov leading Insert shows Gen. Pershing saluting as he passed tho reviewing cony of h Black and tho Democratic speakers great welcome homo parade. Division In the are daly driving Morrow into a corner, his speeches aro growing OCTOBER INTENTION. tamer and tamer and Boss 'Hert's BLACK & DECKER to parts of tho world tho attempt to hand Kentucky over to In is doomed PORTABLE ELECTRIC DRILLS churchallhas reason to doploro the tho Republican party Chairman Tom All honor to Ignorance of spiritual matters among failure. of tho Democratic Campaign Rhea, Sizes 0 to 8 a great many of her children. This Committee, who night at the outset measure to tho in a carried the CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. is duethere large eo few teachers fact of tho campaign Bosses Hort fight are of to Morrow and that and INCORPORATED catechism. Tho necessity of rellg Searcy, and so stunned were they Instruction la apparent to every by .the verbal barago that Mr. Rhea 333 W, Main Street lous BotU Plionaa 135 Catholic. Yet how many thousands laid down they have been unablo to of children Jn our largo cities or answer his charges yet, and tho scattered in country districts are only defense put out was by tho growing up without proper Instruc Bingham press, which attempted to tion in tho catechism! Many parents parry tho attack, not by a defense CXOABS CIOARETTES neglect their duty of instructing of the charges but by whining that CO In box 2.00 their children, and if their little Mr. Rhea was getting personal. 9c, 8 for 2Bo American Special, Be lOo Piedmonts 2.00 ones have no opportunity to attend Special, 6c 16" Kremer-This is a poor defense coming 20o Piedmonts ;gg a Catholic school it is not likely g ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; organs which have been 9c. 3 f or 25c gjcij from too chesterfields they will learn much about callingthe clean and good govern2.00 that Ho Donkey, 6c . for 20o Chesterfields religion. It is true that tho priests ment, and never considered unfair. 6c 9c, 3 for 26c Surprise 10c Favorites 2.00 are the official catechists of tho ness and personalities when they 20c Favorites .:..$ gob White Co 20c Camels 266 church. To them have been spoken conducted their campaign against Boone, Cc lGc Dan'l 20o Luekv Strikes 2.06 the words of our Lord, "Go and Senator Stanley a few months ago. Life ..::::. .14C. 2' for 26c Kremer-- Extra. Cc teach all nations," but in our coun- Why tho attitude of the Courier-Journ3 for 26c try It Is not possible for the priests and Times now when .9c. .Igo Old Virginia Cheroots S0o FaUma to reacli all of the children; hence Morrow, Hert and the local Searcy PACKAGE TOBACCO He, 2 for 16c Helmar 7c, 4 for 26c they need the aid of religious teachmisfit government are attacked? 16c Turkish Trophies ...14c, 2 for 2fo Dukcs Mixture 20o Mogul Ijo u s Marine Cut Plug ..9c, 3 for'26c ers and of devout lay people who Isn't It logical that tho people of 20o Murads 9c, 3 for 26c will volunteer for this most ImporJo Five Hillside Kentucky should know If Morrow loc old Brothers 20o Windsor Fags 9c, 3 for 25c tant work. Ignorance of religion or Black are fit men In every way to 10c Aston Nat. Leaf , ...9c, 3 for 26c 2 for 25c will soon result In completo neglect preside as Governor of this Common 14c. 16c Tuxedo (cans) or religious duties. Tho appalling wealth, and If tho Bingham press g SlTello (!..V.,.V..?.f?r."S 9c. 3 for 26c lOo Allen County conditions that prevail in this is sincere in its espousal of reform 9c, 3 for 2Cc 10c Shepherd CIGARS respect In some countries hitherto and good government why not assist 9c, 3 for 25c Uox of 60 10c Railroad moved tho in turning the calcium; light on the 3 for 26c, or ..$4.16 considered Catholic have 9c, 3 for 26c Chesterfield, 10c, 10c War Hawk $4.16 Holy Father to urge upon us earnest records, personal hablls and every9c, 3 for 26c Quail, 10c, 3 for 25c, or Bud 10c Red 9c, 3 for 26c Key West, 10c, 3 for 25c, or ....$4.16 prayer for a great increase In tho thing else connected with tho two 10c Tribune $4.16 9C, 3 for 25c Optimist, 10c, 3 for 26c, or 10c Booster number of teachers of catechism. candidates? The Democratic candi 9c, 3 for 26o Don Mlnardo, 10c, 3 for 25c, or... $1.15 10c Bourbon County All associates and promoters of the dates and speakers say ithey are WATCH US GROW CHEAPEST TOBACCO STORES IN THE CITY. League of Sacred Heart should ask ready and willing to meet all themselves whether it is not possible charges against any man on tho TOBACCO STORE AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E in this great State ticket, so the Republican party for them to No. a N. W. Cor. Preston & liberty work by teaching in tho Sunday- - an Wo. 1 S. W. Cor. Preston & Jefferson tins press aius snouiu do equally r. J. KREMES 8s CO. scnooi or ai owier uuiea. aii muu wplpomo. -- '.".;lev ffifFuuffia it . per? j-- i" ill.w rN are neing iijecieu into tho cam priest. hand-pickei 3-1- BMUBSSIKlkMnn"''lBmwxl!m Ii7Ti fiirrfiT'Tiliiir' ' "HfHwfflCiih mTFlMlaBTBBii'''' 'm BEING BURIED IS EXPENSIVE BUSINESS IN CHINA. procession making its way through a. street In one of tho big cities of China. Huge figures all dolled up in fancy oriental Togalla head the cortege, A Chinese RAIDERS SUITRESS TAPERS. W. G. RORK, Pr.iU.nl. HERBERT JENKINS. Ste. tai Ttti. 7-- SMOKERS, ATTENTION! s s T""".V. mm al proval. According "There is Teally no limit short of. BROADWAY CO. extermination of tho Irish raco to INCORPORATED tho policy of repression on which Viscount French has embarked." GUARANTEED VULCANIZING The Manchester Guardian says this Office and Workrooms tfortlienst Corner Seventh and Broadway In a leading article, reviewing- the Home Phone City 2511 Louisville, Kentucky critical situation In Ireland. It adds: "Russia under the Czar is not too The spirited strained a parallel. competition between the civil and military authorities hastens the HARVEY-JELLIC- O peril." Tho abolition of the Irish censor(INCOKPORATBD) ship clearly is a farce. The defense of tho realm net is still in full operation, representing the censorship In Its stiffest and crudest form which is bringing the dangerous DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Irish temper to a feverish height. proclaim Tho civil authorities under tho crimes act, and the soldiers Immediately answer by making the country a special military Place your next order with us. area under the defense of the realm act. Every meeting and fair is suppressed unless tho Royal Irish Constabulary choose to grant ap WEST VULCANIZING COAL CO. QUArroDY - SERVICE Tip-pera- ry High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal KSJTJKwTn0! H. J. BANNOM, FTitMiit and hUna.r. P. 1AMMH. P. " P. f $ BANNON PIPE CO.! ;". -- Just as sail in these columns before, Morrovls campaigning In tho Memorial services and a peace attltudo of a lan who is afraid and celebration were conducted by bt. Is not makln the ringing speeches MEMORIAL. SERVICES. Michael's Commandery No. 103 and and dellverlr ; the stinging broad,TMi,oi,oHi'a Auvlllan' No. ii, sides that vnre predicted by his Knights of St. John, at St. Peter's admirers. Tit th.is is disappointsnvnnteenth and Garland ing is shown n tho columns of the .t...nh morning last Sunday. In tho .received at 8 Louisville He lid and others of the Oioly Republican pbss. If Morrow had o'clock the members -fulfilled thel predictions and tore communion and 'hign mass wua This was .followed by Into tho Don cratlc candidates and bratod. have had scaro memorial services at 3 o'clock in officials wo ould and extra copies heads a foot leep l. nflmiMn In tho SChOOl liall. Mrs. among tho votdls Adresses were delivered byEliza- galore toInstwlibuteread we that "Howdy ers. But M. Breen. President of St. A. paign. I The suppression of six newspapers at Dublin because they had printed prospectus of tho Sinn Fein loan, brings the total of suppressed newspapers In Ireland since the rebellion CUMB. MAIN S07. Father Ed" spokowt such and such a of 191G up to thfrty-threPHONES CITY Another beth's Auxiliary, the RevJohn. . Court Hou yesterday, and his Journal, tho Leader, was suppressed Magnolia. Diomede Pohlkamp, Col. WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge nnd Ninth and A musical repertoire nslsted of a roast of by tho military ffllonday. The ban Mueller. Fox and Ben spelling programme was .rendered by Mrs. E. a poor Httl sponsor book that no has been removed from the Cork for, and tho Examiner. h Mia TT. Stooffer. Miss H. one stands Steinlage, tho church choir and the fizzle of orrow's campaign is The the g reflected lathe editorial columns British London Times warns supPERFECT FITTING Knights of St. jonn, Government Employer If You Are He Id and others of tho pression of tho Sinn that the the Fein press is tho closing ode. John Npnte, of O. P. . SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES President, anu ueorBe G. Pi 3. hardly a mention of paper vwwvflRy JUHBHTfcjfc 4 or the handnj ked candidate or his a dangerous procedure. The emerSecretary, respectively, says editorially: And Need a Girl Worker, "In the were prospects e appearing. gency of wartime tho British people St. Michael's Commandery, OR Wonder 10 or what tho ghost surrendered many ancient liberties, JULTMkk. v3J active In preparing the programme '6Z'"QS I C on the trail of our and not tho least concession was the and bringing about a very large is that haf 3 r'THE'PILL'THATJWILI.y renowned llblnder? It's certain- admission of the press cencorship. WE HAVE IN STOCK ""T7" o j onwv iv attendance. if You Are Girl ly some si tre, as the Republican Though tho press accepted and .COUIaVILLC nvrT, wed that he Is not loyally obeyed nominee MONUMENTS ft MARKERS AMATEUR GAMT3. of the GREAT And Need a Position running ui the form expected of censorship, Its the mandateswas uni abolition., Bought before the recent advance in to answer Gov. They work like a charm. City 3359 Tho K. & I. ball club defeated him when failed H. Shanks and versally regarded as that pf a. very' prices.- it m need ot work of this kind CALL US Main 3359 the- elimination Black, Tonihea, W. real. If necessary, ovil. Wo have it will pay you to get our prices. Mackln Council In Every box sold to satisfy before the the many Jr Democratic speakers seen with apprehension .(the recentj contest at Eclipse Park Special ajtention given to Womm's Activities, on all or your money refunded. largest crowd ever assembled at a who Aro nbardlng him in the suppression ot a group or news,- orders. paid admission amateur game here, Dldcs, anc ill appearing him to papers In Cork and. Dublin. In Catholic War Council National Oculists' Prescriptions. just daring ontests attitude For Sale by Your Druggist matters of the censorship, Ireland B. F. MARQUESS & and in ono of tho prettiest CO. Eclipse Park. The answer or tempt to get back at GS7 South Fourth St. subject to OPTICAL COMPANY ever staged at was made In tne them. It rumored that one of since 101G has. been SOUTHERN packages. in winning score East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. Is marked differentiation from Great 414 S. Second St Louisville, Ky. jpubllcan bosses ninth inning, the game ending i to tho big : Id that some of the Britain. The censorship was abol- -i USTCOHFOSATED through mortally Now It Is Ishod only last CAMILLE DETERT, 3. and tho winners came are going to apparent that thenonth. Government f vw.oiviTnr the breaks of Democrats rators Irish Fourth and Chestnut. Employment'Bureau. i, m Ahmann. for Mackln, charge hi with buying an enor- Intonds to enforce .at its own discre... , mo fat"" mousstocl liquor just nerore tne tion drastjc measure the pitched a siignny neuer beginning tho dry period, while great and in a powers It possesses." & I., statutory Thompson for tho K. hitting at the advocating intDiuon as a sionuara weak Tho military constabulary Saturthrouch So, the opportune moment. Both teams naa for In all,II bllcan platform. Republican campaign day afternoon raided the office of, all a loyal band of rooters who cheered boodle Is eoing to be of much the Limerick Leaden a inning, from the first to the ninth a Nationalist publication, dismantled, help candidate good, plays on tooth sides were leader toafs me fight back and his tho machinery and suppressed the and at to ;..- " opponents! paper. In Dublin a newspaper of applauded, manager ' $5v Jaw jhad been jprevlously wsfflHKl'aiwaF;his Mackln boys were defeated, but the State the samo name seventh to b'o shut Dcmocrajtnrouguout can well be proud of their showing. are well Ised over the outlook, suppressed, the ' ,J& ':f military and .ponce tn down by , iK and the afcslvo campaign pitched Dublin. Athe storm of protest; $s- rising BROWN & MELVILLE. c and Chairman Tom from tho Nationalist, press, saying by ov. mwWmmWmwmmVii''lLTJiH,Mmmi'' J""-Rhea haslsed tho boys in every that under the censorship all papers Tho progressive 'and reliable firm district, fftMBMBjaBMBBBBBBBBaMtl' hero in tho Fifth were warned of the rules before BBBBBBBbHbbV'' 'IJBK located at the fit of Brown & Melville, local "reform" and " northwest corner of Twelfth head- district I V WBBBbLiiafliKBBBBVaBBBB was predicting drastio action was taken. No such been Walnut streets, hasyears for the big thlnor Morrow, Is now warning was given in tho case of the . ' prosquarters for many and Democrats are publication ot the Sinn Fein slipping i bbBF,4 fll uiaHr4 ' of the working people, Being prophesyiftnt Gov. Black and the pectus, which led to the suppression trade i'. BTaTaraV .;'. ' out of the high rem n1 BTaTaffaffaaffaffaffaffai sweep the city and of most ot the papers ljere. TbTbTbT.-aSSBTaBy:,.. ' Tl tho flbJBaaBHBlaiirWifc.'"')8ifiHL .bbbbHbbbV popular firm can afford to sell nlOfla local tlckKR bbV BraYaYaTarvTaYaYaYan county. the wing desperate 'Mm ' " raioa Ihnn " MmmmmmtBQWtkmfSKmSmmW ANOTHER ATTEMPT. best goods at lower ' Is tlovoung us BBBBT Where, and teiuns are made to suit attention funding up an unheard Not only dos th is every customer. The Associated Press cables from 'BBflPrmWkn ' In Jefferson county of negro ' mW:' lmB'EMHBWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTBBBl ' firm sell at clioaper rates but it and the nnd comity employes London that efforts, are being made 'JbBbBT IIkTv IBBiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH ' separate department bB' also has a roach' K BLaBUBBBBvBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH and have beeJUng precinct ennvnsses by Premier Lloyd George to ... ataBl bbB"'1' where used goods are handled pay- tho past! weeks to this end. an adjustment Of tne insn nroniem JbbbbT i I m.i ' 'iBBYaBaSnEffaBBYaaTaBYaBYaTafl easy BaBBguaVlBDBBBBBBBBBBT ' aaaaYfF BBYBV i Bold either for cash or on Many of Lame city nnd county in tne iDeiiei or political circles ments. All who call to purchase or employes In the list or registra- there. Among the. possibilities, lit la bbT liBfeaaaaaYaaaFaaaBBBBBBBBBBBH''fl i IP K" I I tTBasBBBBBBBaBaaBBBTBaaaaaLjM S? Bay Bat to look over their stock will receive tion offlcCid their work for the I said. Is the resignation of James'. ' most courteous treatment and RcpubliciWchino Is being dojio nt Ian MacPnerson, unier secretary ior "' V Jmthe stiT i quality of j m&X . ; be convinced of the highexceedingly the expeia tho taxpayers, now Ireland, who may be transferred stock, also the their Tield Marshal Is that folubllcan 'reform?" for another post, moderate prices asked for stylish Viscount French, Lprd Lieutenant I IbBBBBBBBVBBBBBbB'I attractively made suits of and ' BBBBBBBaTTfBBBTaTaf TaBBOBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTBTl ' who has toeen in London' for several VINCmN CONVENTION. aaaaaBry lU clothing. 9ff " telaBBwllBBWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB :: days conferring with- officials arid .fitSBT bkw,- fi ' KFffi&$r&-''"'MvP'vlBVBnBlHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB h! l t lalwiUBaBBBawBaByBWBBawBaaaay mm?Tho Soijf Qt. Vincent de Paul whose resignation would have caused li. immmjj f KlaaBMaaaafaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB nwrimv TITANKS. States "will hold its little surprise, will, It is said, return people of St. F)ler of tho and IIINDY'S PHONE WHIOH FIRST TOLD DEFEATS. Viscount French is " BEMgBBHSPJBPJI?iJtPP'iEn mc annual n convention this year to Ireland. have1 advocated Claver parish wisn w iuu t FIRST SHOT. assistance in In DetrcMTho convention will attempt to reach a settlement another many friends for their A Los Angeles doughboy aptu red a real prlzp and won d by clearm!E OF GUM GREW THAT FIRED of tho to the bath tub for the open on Bday evening, October of Company O, ing an ConDoral D. J. Varady and Gurtnw 01. E. Braloy, members of the the disposal of cnurcn. tub uutnjr 1C, wlthBibllc meeting at the Irish question and no is said to 'De trophy 13 occupied rendezvous byof several objectionable Germans. His tho telephone used Fie Id 'Marshal von Hlndenburg in Inbenefit proposal for submis atxthflWeld Artillery of the Fiwt Dhislori. Both werealnirt Germany on niimhpr of the wiM held by Knights Bolumbus auditorium, preparing his wati 5739. big forming the of several of shot gun which fired flrt .Am.rioan the gun, Gunner Bmley itfra Kila Touhy.and715 Roselane and wiUnen to all who are sion to Parliament when the next Angeles girl Kaiser Hlndenburg's the one. defeats, Photo shows a Loa ph using oSSber 13 1917. Corporal Vawuly Joftded j session opens. Intere&teAwRy. WxTvvi fiereVt Al A.rchj of IJmf battery, who flrsd 'It. 2JSS i ! Sewer and Culvert Pipe, , Bannen s raieni uuucu njio u -Wall CoplngVDraln Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, Fire Frooflmg Flue Lining Fire Brictt r- -. Grate ana Doner me, nrc via, vmumw OPPICB 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ; , j . Where the homo Is not continue much longer. Premier brightest ; Lloyd George hurried to Downing work Is on arriving from Where the iGlElli street Immediately lightest; golf trip. Tho a short week-enIs Premier Is reported to be giving first Where the meal attention to the Irish question. Ho cooked best; Is believed to be much concorned Where tho rtingo stands over the talk or lan uviacpnerson the test being about to resign as Chief Secretho That's where tary for Ireland "on account of-- ill "Quick aieal" comes health." IB. Speculation concerning iMacpher-son- 's 'poslblo successor centers on Qalt Meal Gaa RaBjea Sold, .Installed and Northcllffe, and now Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Foreign Office. Harmsworth told Universal Service: "I know nothing about it." It is known he Is deeply Interested in a solution of tho Irish problem, declaring It of the first Importance for tho continuance of friendly relations between Britain and the United States. Harmsworth has lived in Ireland for years, and knows tho country and its problems inti d to Irishmen in London, the situation is intolerable and can Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where work Is quickly done; Whoro cooking seemn real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge Is out of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" come la. Highly RaooiacaaaiUil QEiIEK & SON, W. MARKET ST. mately. 373-178- e. Ht8'll,",t,ffT an a Worker TRY -- ioBub-in- rw) TvrrPtLs 1 1 - - -, n 25-ce- nt ""--- . '""'.;"; - -- - 'JflaaHaf' JBBrW 'B ,,. i '' BaaP' BIbbF''"' ' HbbMbBbBESSbbbbB i ) ! 3 '' I 'iBBBBBBB w ... ) -- -- '' V 1 R - M 1bbS9bBbbbbbbbB , ;TOgBgfflHBJ ! H - sB 1 mmAiML bV JlHl , - I -- i Thtf-'pasto- r re-nrt- ed HOBorxjoicTr iixsx kjEMaE&RiOAsr. WlACCADTETl M1TTC PHPHHPHPHH E DEMOCRATS Don't Lose Your Citizenship. ASSORTED W IS fo PI Vv ' '' "'. '''LJ1 if trnrvwm ' THE MAGIC TOUCH 1 ft J S Of skilled tailors has been deftly used in fashioning the superb Fall Models in REGISTER October 7th and 8th. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY TP-A1- .HUSH It. 3W EkbbbH bbbbbbbbbS VI i KIRSCHBAUM (c TU w A fV HlMtStr Thc Sods U)HtC THC wHoTmTcute iMTo A SOOUA POOR. dv f Finds out That rr' a CAHOUPlAdl NAH8 Poll. A vttto FKCtUvA ftOAVf" IN TH V B6 8TA0R.ANT AND 7MS.H I04 j i M c(,omwj KILLED JJV TRUCK. p) Hash ! Suits and Overcoats SprightlineEs of style, quality of fabrics, perfection of fit, are all in heaping measure in these spruce garments. Departmental Service Characterizes The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company $ IT OFFERS a complete Fiduciary Service organized and maintained at a marked degree of efficiency, and developed through years. the growth and experience of thirty-seve- n YOUR AFFAIRS (NOW REQUIRE EXPERT ADMINISTRATION TO AVOID SERIOUS ERRORS AND LOSS. WRITE THAT WILL TODAY THAT YOU INTEND TO WRITE WE WILL act as your Executor, Trustee and Guardian of your SOME DAY. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. I o i x children. WE WilLli save you money and then our BOND DEPARTMENT will advise you how to safely invest it. WE WILL sell, rent or appraise that building, house or lot, and loan on Mortgage. WE WILL act as your Stock Transfer Agent, Registrar and Depositary. Receiver or Assignee, and Trustee for Bond Issues. OUR SAFETY "VAULT will safeguard and store your valuables. Confidential discussion of any of these matters is Invited without obligation. the truck driver, the wheel skidded Sentinel when he crossed the car track and fell in front of the truck, which passed over his chest and crushed DIVISION 4. his head. The body was taken to Meets second and fourth Mondays. his home, 241 East Jefferson street, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. the family being prostrated with President John J. Barry. of their grief when Informed Vice President Mark J. Ryan. bereavement. Funeral services were Lawrence held at St. John's church . Recording Secretary Thomas Noone. D. Meany. Vincent McHugli, a student at DIVISION 3. St. Xavier's College, met a sad fate- First and third Fridays, Hibernian Wednesday afternoon, when he- - was Portland. Home, 1818-182- 0 run over 'by a truck and instantly President Tim O'Leaiy. killed on Third street, just south of Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John Brod-erlck- , Walnut. The unfortunate boy was 1850 Portland avenue. Identified by papers in Ills pocket A and fellow students who happened Recording Secretary John Martin. to foe passing at the time. Young Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. McHugh was riding a bicycle south Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Sbee-ha- on Third street and, according to n. This was a week of activity for the Queen's Daughters, the Board of Directors meeting Tuesday In the new quarters in the Republican building, with the monthly meeting of the society yesterday afternoon at Knights of Columbus Hall. Officers were gratified with the attendance and the interest in tho proceedings. EVERYBODY WELCOME. The ladies of Holy Cross parish will give a grand euchre and lotto next Tuesday niEht in the school Thirty-secon- CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON MfMfM-fyMMMAMAM- Columbia Building Fourth and Main . Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick J. Oon-nell- d and Broadway, hall. for which they have made elaborate preparation. Games will ibe called at 8 o'clock. Many fine prizes have been collected for this occasion and everybody is Cordially invited. REPAIRING WELDIN Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAHtlNQ ' RKOENT DEATHS. of John E. Rehm, aged forty-ninChicago, on Sunday succumbed to a complication of diseases at the home of his mother, Mrs. Caroline Rehm, Be128 West Breckinridge street. sides his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Pohm nrwl m Hnnirhtfir. Miss Arleen Rehm, he leaves a wide circle of friends who mourn his death. The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St. Mary Magdalene's church. e, AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2800 COUNTY BOARD OFFICERS. v Sentinel M. J. McDermott. consult For Proper Glasses FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. BECKER OPTOMETRIST ASSORTED NUTS") Jefferson County Board, Ancient Order of Hibernians, has elected the following officers: Matt J. O'Brien, President: Mark Ryan, Vice President; L. D. Meany, Recording, Secretary; John Martin, Financial Secretary, and Charles J. Finegan, Treasurer. FALL EUCHRE AND LOTTO. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVniLB, KX. MEN'S BLACK OR TAN WORK SHOES $3.50 to. $600 bass's of service. and built for service and they der that service. beaters-theThes alioe are world stand they look well and they They are designed 313 STAIUCS BLDO Phone Cltr "80, Fermerlr with C. H. Wiseman ft Bon. Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. p RockingH.C.LBoat tv1c tke Brut Prices nronnbl. The body of John O'Nell, who died at Santa Clara, Cal., arrived in Louisville on Tuesday and the funeral took place tho following morning from Keonan's chapel. Deceased Was aged slxtyseven and several years ago moved to California with his family. For many years ho was connected with the Louisville Postoffico and was well known In the West End. He is survived by one son, John J. O'Nell, and a daughter, Miss Mary O'Nell. The congregation of St. Paul's church have completed arrangements for their big fall euchre and lotto In the hall, Jackson street, near Kentucky, next Monday and Tuesday afternoons and evenings, and many handsome prizes will bo awarded. Games will bo called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. SACRED HEART RETREAT. ren- SEtWICjii LOUISVILLE. KY. URL TORINO CASUALTY SPALDING SHOE CO. EIGHTEENTH AND MAP1E Out of the Hlgh.Rent District OPEW EVEOTNaS BONDS Lz:. Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. - DYEING Your light colored garments acan be dyed by our method, which gives them that newness and freshness so desired by well dressed people. ! SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. MhKT S1I1NKY DiiMMt's Walthw and Jewsfry tJ3ibBvZ' FRED ERHART ARCHITECT t For Ucaa Money 4t A sEaTsli It IUA.MON' SIDNEY'S .108 son St. V. Jeffer- ! I FORDS REPAIRED .... l,,,Bk ! o Stricken several weeks ago, Mrs. Lena McKeirnan, boloved ' wife of John McKeirnan, 432 East Ormsby avenue, was released irpm earthly Louis A. Broring, D. D. 5. suffering Sunday 'laohiing at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Mrs. McKeirnan was a loving and devoted wife and mother, and among her Ttf $ihp hmo uses A friends and neighbors was held in 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. her He uhi 'Mourco secAose KC8P high esteem. fourShe leaves three sons and husband .and ?RortS6P Hli UIFG HJ) daughters, for whom there is heart'lll"l"t '91 felt sympathy. The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St. Paul's church, Rev. Eugene Donohoe IN BRITAIN. IUKIIRD saying tho requiem high mass. to Refusal of British authorities Thomas Bannon, a respected .plor allow Ameriacn seafaring men of neer resident of the West End, was Irish or German extraction to go called ' into eternal rest, early Monashore in English ports seeing to be day morning, after an active and exadopted by Great emplary life. His parents came to a new policy t the crew of Louisville In 1822, and he was born Efash 10c Britain. Members the United States Shinning Board here. For more than half a century vessel Ahala. now In New York hte had conducted a grocery In PortA. J. 5c harbor, will protest this practice be ion ami fnr thfi nast thlrtv-fiv- o fore tho Federal authorities. They vonrfl' Vini retried In the house at will also enter a complaint against the northwest corner of Thirty- Rudd. surviving mm are Best Cigars Made tho American Consul at West Sheels, fourth and(trj Mra. "Catherine Cas- England, who refused them assist- otv ,ioi.rri, Mrs. ance. On June 20 last John Duffy, sln. Mrs. Florence Deutsch, waga marine fireman, and William Lula Daily and Misses Mouie, grandLeaney, a water tender, of Seattle, gle and Annie Bannon, seven both American citizens, sailed from children and four greatgrandchilSeattle for the British Isleg. They dren. Mr. Bannon had been retired ince the reached Wst Hartlepool, on the from active business life years ago. English coast, on August 11. As the death of his wife three vessel was to remain there three Thfuneral services were held Wedweeks. Duffy and Leaney sought nesday morning at the Church of leave to go to Ilreland, the former to Qur Lady. The mother NORTON BUILDING see his Officer at in Belfast. denied OinSERFULNESS. that .port Aliens' shore leave privileges to five memAt JJ. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson bers vf the crew of tnlrty-flvLet Us ever try to be cheerful and Duffy's reuuesfCapt, Lennander, of make glad all with whpm wo come contact. A truly qheerful' person the Ahala, notified the American THE FOUR BESTSELLERS Consul at West Sheels, thirty miles in such a messing to inis or ner Is distant, of the Incident. The Con- surroundings. It Is worth while to IN KENTUCKY sul refused to take any action, the study how io cultivate this pleasing True cheerfulness characteristic. JHuo lUbbon Twist O. K. Twist men allege, is a happy, harmonious combination War Hawk Twist Dixie Twist HOLIDAYS. of different traits; a sound, unspoilt "Made AVhcro Tobacco Grows." character, clear judgment an a remain for John D. Moore Tobacco Co. But three more holidayare Colubus natural calmness In feeling and dis the year 1919. They position, a sincere love ror our Incorporated day, October 12; Thanksgiving day, neighbor and a childlike confidence - icbxtooio: November 27, and Christmas, De- in find, louisville it is an Interior harmony. Gencml Offices 412 Lincoln Building cember 25. undisturbed by any discord. Cumberland' rhono: Main 120. Homo Phono 25G0 DENTIST Tho Altar Society of St. Agnes church, Newburg road and Speed avenue, will give a fall festival and chicken supper on Thursday afternoon and evening, October 30. St. Anges' congregation is in charge st the Passionist fathers, who ask their frie'nds to remember the "date. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. of Louisville Circle, (Daughters of Isabella, will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Knights of Pnlnmliiiq TT.ill. This clrclo ia meet tYERYBODY'S CLEANEfts iVVttfyriJgrefs MILLER&S0N TAtLOftJr, Telephone f& & IN WE SPECIALIZE PYciREMniMi SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR LADD3S AND GlffiNTS RomoUcled and Altered 511 S. TIURD ST., TOPE BLDG. Phono City 2103 Wo Call nnd Deliver CONSOLIDATED INTERSTATE CALLAHAN 4 900-90- Thn rotmlfir meetine SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Little ing with gratifying success and al ready nas a large memDersnip. LIFE'S WORK ENDED. STOCK Listed on New York Exchange Gross Earnings, $11,401,304: Dividend Record T1G.25 Per Share. Trading Today at $20.00 Wo predict Interstate Shares will sell on the New York Exchange at $50.00. "Write for interesting analytical report. Corporate Securities Company Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY. OHIO RIVER The Rev. Brother Tobias, one of the most noted of the Christian Brothers, died Friday at Baltimore. Ho was ninety years old and former President of RockhiH College, Maryland, and St. John's College, Washington. OCTOBER DEVOTIONS. in October semi-annual I Tomorrow being the first Sunday rosary A SPECIALTY. tho observance will take place at St. JjoiJIs IBeritrand's church iwith a & Boyer Fish Co. procession of the school children at 115 SOUTH FOURTH STREET 3:30 o'clock. Rosary devotions will 811 East Jefferson Street. be observed every evening during Louisville, Kentucky. Home City 1061. the month at 7:30 o'clock. Segal BROKERS MERCIER AT BOSTON. be reception will A public tendered Cardinal Wercler in Boston on Monday. It will bo one of- tho notable affairs of the year. - "Ai Nctf to Yon at the Nearest Phons" FUNERAL FLrOWEtRS A. in e. HOLY DAYS. lava of obligation that remain for the year are All Saints, November l; immaculate uoncepuun of the Blessed Virgin, December 8, Th hnlv THE ROSARV MONTH. SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A Sterling silver or iRolled gold A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 Rosary in silver or rolled gold case TT jji with chain and ring for the finger, price complete. Rolled $5 OCTOBER complete, without chain $4 gold and sliver chain Rosaries in all colors from $1.50 to and Christmas, tne ueasi oi me Nativity. -- -- KEEPS 1JREAD MOIST. Keep a clean raw potato in tho bread box. You will never have dry or mouldy bread when you do this. We telegraph Flowers Everywhen H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors $10. Solid Gold Real Stone Rosaries, $25 and $30. Plain .Rosaries from 25c to $1. Children's Rosaries in colors, 10c and up. Let us make a selection for you satisfaction guaranteed. Special Luminous Crucifix, metal figure, 12x25 Inches, shines in tho dark, $2.08, T pendent Pord Xepatr Bnop In ,, the city. , . T BUlled iervlce at reasonable ,, MUCES QET OU "Any SSake Car Towed JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED 1820 -- MYflJ (loo- nfc mr. Aiy m f v 7SS0RTED NUTS Ji... . . . " ASSORTED NUTS. and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 Rogers Church Goods Co. 120 S. i'-- a la" o Established - Louisville, Ky. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. i, , f ! DUG AN GARAGE .... Shop tda T TYltnA'N. OFFICE OUTFITTERS ;; PRINTERS STATIONEIS CALL US FOR .gpi EE Foreman BSKJ,. emmP and General k. H3ry !& sA iCZ sH IcQl L ?-I K llr 310 JTEJECBC AVENUE THE FORD SHOP OIL BIRDSEYE VIEW MAP OF KENTUCKY Do You JJO TOO Wantto Sell or Buy Oil and Grease FOR ALL TURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company ' - Kentucky Louisville ---- FREE We Are Experts on Fords Give Us a Trial Free Road Service v I rVj(f WAHT TO SBMi OR BUTTt Sell or Trade or find a Ruver for your Business. Farm. .Mine any kind or Property of Businesses or descrip- and navo tion. Ve every kind For Sale Knterin alorlses of I can fK.cSH . i arm jjBT If"" Also Sample Copy Freo of the PEFFER MOTOR CO.; PHONE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL Fnlly illustrated, thirty-twseventy-fivthousand readers. ADDRESS o e Inter-Southern ill souxn floxd st. . CITY 1850 - - KENTUCKY pages, FORTY HOURS. most any pari of Kentucky, Indiana othea States. and The Forty Hours' Adoration will To Bay If Vim Want or Private or Sell at open tomorrow morning in Louls-viM- e gale AuotloB at St. Philip Nrl chUrch, under . Write or CaH the direction of the .paator, Rev. rvlcea FathW Ackermann. The BU8IXB8B SXOKAM8B will open with high mass and AaeHeaeer and Beat Betate of rnaiBle0d Sacrament, LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. and- - wlN continue until Tuesday. t01-?will PrietU from oUiw church Cmb. cuy 8S Mriat Fattier AekeematiB eoh day KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL Building XX LOUISVILLE, TCY. i CORNS,BUNIONS l9frtwls HFLC'i-Bb- A Abwrnil Haiti SclHttffcaHy TmM XTXBXIB r.SHrr TU - r A -- 9t Pgf . NUT W6 r CH A HHi 11 TVU oeS HTM A r JS6IM4 . ....r.. 6MASHCD-AH- ril THM I1 Kl TN until th dose. T code HW wrt4 UfJIedCWterV WWCH SMceZlMQ False tth T or A Dr. VOItD TO WISE. Uriah Z. vJWo ptoff4eT "Fever are aadlv Thev are ' -a worn 1 blisters," or "cold sores" diBflKuring on the lips. wild to 1)8. contagious tOO A. AUA mlu. 4a ou....oi.f io m viiwo - HIH . "J Litsiy' Gkiroetliat 807 Starka Botk BaiI4ia Phibtz t iit 4 '., : H .tjt V. , k-- "2 EOBXBcarvcjoKra? if oxaa AAdaBfiHaxzAJs. FOR THE BOY SHOES Just like "Grown-ups 99 c ' v flHaMflaaaaaaaoFT v f j w J if rs .1 held among stockholders, of which Loulsvlllo brokers figure there are several thousand shares held in this city. As the stock has been one of the most active 'traders upon tho New Yorker Stock Exchange, tho market" having recently Jumped up nearly 209 Per cent., thoso close to the inside predict this stock .will go to $50 per share. It Is trading on the exchango at present around $20, and the bulls in wall street point out tho fact that zinc and lead are now way up In price and that tho company may bo expected in tho near future to cut a melon In tho shape of an extra dividend. Two years ago coming cnristmas tne directors declared an extra dividend of $2 per sharo. Interstate Callahan's equipment and oro Is said to bo worth at present market prices $30,000,000 which ds equivelent to approximately $90 per share. BEST EVER HELD IIEUE. Louisville Council, Knights of Columbus, carried .through what was the greatest X. of C. celebration ever held In this part of the country, 26-2- 8. two-da- eee44H HERMAN STRAUS SONS . We bbbVbF" '?"x Ti4 ' dive and Radcera Qold Trading Stamps. nM jXvjdBBBBaBaBaEA m '" " 4x W LOCKIIART wtt $5.50 to $10 RC JlrV aaaaBJaaaVtavS&fepsflaite. rf avKEattaaMHeSKME SAYS &&$-d"Jf&' "Dad" and big brother have nothing on the boy who wears a pair of our new, smartly styled Tan High Shoes. And though modeled along English and neat medium lines, these shoes have the "knack" of fitting without you comknowing it fort. Highest order of wearing leathers. Experienced salesmen to properly fit the feet. through-and-throug- h YOUNG HERO OF MANY BATTLES Harry GilLman lived In Belgium in 1914 when the monster German juggernaut went on its ruthless path of destruction. He saw both his parents killed by the Hun. Taking his father's revolver from his hands, ho managed to kill three German officers in tho party which shot his father and mother. After six weeks' confinement ho escaped. MAIL ORDERS. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Note. J. J. Curtln will serve another term as State President In Nebraska. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary has two very prosperous divisions in Seattle, Tho County Board is planning an entertainment for the Hibernian ball club. Division Levyat Tir.d Br os sMarket Boys' Own Store and Barber Shop Third Floor. 3 met last night and heard reports .from the Hibernian exceedingly well received. Social Club. When Toastmaster Thomas D. SACRED HEART ACADEMY, The DoValera lecture has been Clinea Introduced Father Raffo, the The TTnnliso Soardlsff and Day School called off, owing to inability to first speaker on the programme, Tot dlrls ana Vonufir Women. secure a theater or hall . who ha3 been chaplain of Louisville CBESCENT SILL, X,OT7XSVI&E, ZY. Hlbernianlsrn scored Iblg Friday Council for several terms, the entire High Moral and Intellectual Stand night at the Daughters of Isabella audience arose and cheered to tho mmjMm ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: day nursery bazar at Indianapolis. echo. No man In tho council is He has 6ff S fiwr&i Av Louisville. Ky Secretary, Sacred Heart Academy,' Former County President John more popular, and justly so. making Drive. 311S Cheroke H. Hennessy is out of official had something to do with KENTUCKY harness for the first time In twenty every man a "Good Xnight". and LOUISVILLE Father they never forget him. years. of told This has been a good year for tho Raffoearly tho members the somo of council, history of Ancient Order in tho Far west, the You'll Never Make a Mistake in Ordering Our the hard knocks they From all the cities come reports of recounting in their early work, and steadily increasing membership. masterly address with TWO-PIECDivision 9 of Montclair is the finished his membership great largest in New Jersey. P. J. Ford a now tribute to tho "Follow tho SUITS constituted. as For Your Now llomo It Has the Quality. Is President and" an earnest worker Cross planted by Columbus on these good of the order and its shores in 1492, romember that you THREE-PIEC- E for the Ss members, INCORPORATED are a Catholic-- gentleman first," said SUITS There is real activity In Seattle. tno cnapian, ana you oeeu mnvo BRDOK AND A Thursday night of last week was fear." Father Raffo's address was WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. application night, when many mem- a fitting climax to his three days' BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. bers presented the .names of worthy hard w.ork on the council degree team, but it is such as him that has YyY.yYyYVyYVyyyvyVVyVVVyyyVYVYVyVVVy candidates. ? That itho President of tho Irish made 390 stand out all over the Republic will not appear In Louisville country. is not the fault of the Ancient Past Grand Knight E. J. Mouer- INCORPORATED Order. Its members were ready to mott was the next speaker, paying HARRY B. DRIVER, President. do their part. his compliments to tho council for W cater especially to the trade of working people. It is our aim of Home, N. Y tho work It had done. Tho P. G. X. Hibernians Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. among suffered the loss of a faithful mem urged a greater to handle only the best goods, made in Union 'Factories. Being out ber by tho pasting away of Richard Xnights for tho educational work of HIGH RENT DISTRICT our prices aro lower than else; of the J. Smith, well known and respected tho council. This is in line with the councils. where, and knowing the wants of the working class, we make our programme of the Supreme office at resident of that city. At the exemplification lost Sunprices right and the terms to suit every purchaser. We have a sepTho Nebraska State convention New Hayen, where a schedule of day at Lexington, Neb., a feature arate department in which wo handle tho used goods (which w sell upon Senators and Congress- educational work is toeing worked's was tho Initiation of tho seven calls McDer-motteither lor cash or on payment. Wo solicit a call to look over buy men to see that tho original fourteen out for evory council. Gov. You will receive courteous treatment whether you talk bore out his reputation Glenn brothers, who took tho work points of President "Wilson are 1529 WEST MARKET STREET as an after dinner speaker, and all at the same time. . . sAAW'AAlMKM or not. carried out to tho letter. A large class will enter the order wero delighted with his ready ilow in Louisville the Ladies' of oratory. " Here at Omaha on October 19. There are N. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnut and 434 S. Twelfth Auxiliary has a division that has State Deputy Donovan was tho already enough applications for two Us been doing excellent work for speaker of the evening, and as and now ones, are being rewwwvwyy;wwvVwvvvvYv members. It will soon open T him- ceived r'T TTTTyTTTTTTTI on TTTIIIIIIIIIIVIIIIII season of eocial activities. its fall lastother occasions he covered force- classes every day. self with glory. Ho is a very Main 2S60-Father Butler Council, Hamilton, City 3S80. Seattle Hibernians will greatly ful talker, and although he Jiad been miss Mrs. Julia Kelly and William in the harness for three long days Ohio, will have a free to all celebraHhHBotHKvLjVSbvMKsMS OTSMBMHHVVMffRVBvM McGrath, who have located in San his address was listened to with tion of Columbus day in tho High Forty candiThey were splendid marked attention and appreciation. School Auditorium. FrancIscoJ workers for tho order for many The celebration was closed with dates were initiated tho past week. years. A monument that will serve as a benediction toy Rev. Father Relnhart memorial to tho fallen heroes of this and the singing of "America." faav lUrUd a country will bo erected by the BENEFIT FOR CHURCH. Taat you ipeat for sometklag yu did sot MEED would 0 B. CHESTNUT LOUISVmLD, KS. Alhambra. Where it will bo placed TAKES LOUISVILLE BRIDE. SAVINGS ACCOUNT witk this baak; to bear laUrett COMPOUNDED has not been settled, tout Washington A euchre, lotto and five hundred twlco a year; There MAY COMB a Uflt wkei year "bA5X uuw.au" party for the benefit of St. Frances Miss M. Catherine Ament and and Buffalo aro most favored. CUMBERLAND BIAIN 3971.y HOME PHONE 88 be ipeat for scmetkint T DO NEED. The SAVING mw at the of Rome church has been announced, Louis Rudolph, of Chicago, 111., forimit WILL RESIDE HERE. to take placo in Trinity Council merly of Louisville, wero married dollftM yn re wsittag might keep that "hard tlato" (ram avac ceattag . Pall, Baxter and Morton avenue, on at St. Paul's church, tho Rev. Father Members of the wedding party of the afternoon and evening or Octo- Donohoe officiating, on Wednesday ber 15. Members of the congrega- morning of last week. The bride's Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R, Roby, tho Ky- tion are busy arranging for this dress was white Georgette over brido having been Miss Edna Agnes party, and predict it will he one of white satin, with white satin court Hublar. wero entertained by Mrs. tho largest of tho season. They train. Her veil was caught with James Tegart, tho bride's sister, in have already secured many and white roses. She carried a shower her home, 720 'East iim street, handsome awards to foe distributed. bouquet of Mrs. Ward's roses. She New Albany, following their marwas attended by her two brothers, riage in the rectory of Holy Trinity 1 Fifth and Court Place. irx-ee- t. Harry and Wilbur Ament. Break- Catholic church by the Very Rev. BOYS SHOULD JOIN. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. fast was served for the immediate Oharles Curran, tho dean. Owing StiUHWWWHWWtmvWUHWWWlvmWUVWWWiMW The American Legion Is taking family and bridal party after tho to tho illness of the bride's sister, of the bride's great hold in Louisville and Ken- ceremony at the home Henry Ament. Miss Lillian Hublar, In Birmingham, Ala., the ceremonies wero quiet. Miss tucky and Posts are being organized parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. iLanctry was maid or Immediately after breakfast Mr. and everywhere. This is on,o organisa- Mrs. Rudolph left for Chicago, Jessie and Henry Kremer, Louisville, honor appeals to every American tion that nome. best man. Tho torlde wore a travel participant in (the great war, and no where they will make their ing suit of brown reindeer cloth, : 1 veteran, should delay his returned with hat to match and carried Mrs. WILL ADD LIFE. enrollment. The State convention Langtry's Ward's roses, while Miss meets here at the Wattersoa Hotel, 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Por Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Catholics throughout tho city and suit was toluo trlcotlne and her and .for the entertainment of delea roses. gates and the First Division a grand state will be nleased to know that bouquet Killarney Chicago Aftertho and President .of the honeymoon trip to ball and reception will toe given by George H. Naber, Society and well Northwest,' Mr. and Mrs. Roby will Cathollo Omhan More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total Jefferson Post, of Louisvdllo. known in both society and business live in Louisville. deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the circles, base become connected "with bank. people of Louisville at this' safe, conservative MAKES BIO ORE STltDXE. SODALITY TO ENTERTAIN. the Rogers Church Goods Company, A special to Williams & Monroo the oldest Catholic book store and section of the Home City 2008 X Cllrab. Mala 290S-There will be a euchre and lotto MARKET AT SECOND says President John A. Perdval, who supply house in this UNDER THE BIG CLOCK new and has l is now at Wallace, Idaho, at the country, Secretary-Treasur- entered his the party at St. Peter's Hall, Seven$ of teenth and Garland, next Wednesday properties of the Consolidated Inter- field as Qeorge will add new life evenine under tho auspices of the Company, company. state Callahan Mining gVyVyVVyyyYVYyyyyVyVVVVVyYiVVYYYYVVVVVVYYVyYVJ ) 1 wires the New York office that an to this well established house and Young Ladles' Sodalitiy of that entirely new oro toody has 'been would be glad to have his many parish. Games will he cauea at call Jand see him and what 8:15' and an enjoyable time Is opened on the original Interstate friends promised. Excellent prizes have offer. propwty. This body of ore has ho has-t- o been secured, also a tally (prize of been developed for a length of 300 ( CHARLES PARISH. $2.50. feet between the number four and c c six levels. Ore high grade' zinc and AL. S. SMITH, PROP. SIRS. GROUND COMING. average six feet in width. The New On account of the street car York special states this strike of strike the September entertainment Word was received at the local ore adds 60,000 ions to the present of St. Charles church was palled Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Ground, high grade ore reserve which will off. Iext Monday afternoon and office that Mrs. Grace M. National of ' about double the value of the mine. vmn the first affair of the fall Field SecretaryCouncil,thewill arrive All Dainty Materials. SQ&PSK9 Chine and Consolidated Interstate Callahan was. season will be given, and a cordial Catholic War WOUl ext a war "bay, and during the war this invitation is extended to all the thkt wfek. Jrs. Ground, whotime, BOTH "PHONES 810. Father" Raffo, the pastor, pect to be here for some eWrned GROCER HAS IT. company YOUR $11,461,334.63, friends of pact four years U' and the enerjotte onwnKtee to be comae from Milwaukee, where she Durtax company has distributed to ,1U ahare- - nrauat and ihava a Kood. time. haa been assisting Mrs. Margaret MAGIC-KELLE- R SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. 'Field Work? in OamK will b called at 2:30 Had Uong, Director ofcommunity eenter a taMy and other establishing iwha 'desirable dend. Thare are II 18,8 08 'shares of xMoonrou.nD thare. CWiahan prlaec will to awarded. Iniwwtat MiaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAalOontoidawi when a three days' Initiation was The original held September y programme was for a affair, but the enthusiasm of the council made It necessary for tho State Deputy and his team to remain for a day longer. The cancelling of President Wilson's trip to Loulsvlllo, which meant that Secretary Tumulty would not speak at tho banquet, and tho return of Congressman Barkloy to Washington did not dampen tho celebration at all. Tho attendance at tho banquet was tho largest ever hold at tho Seelbach Hotel, and the speeches were probably more enjoyed than would have been the President's Secretary, as they talked about the work of Louisville Council, and this is what the crowd wanted to hear. There were many prominent visitors from out in tho State present aB well as several Grand Knights All of Louisville from Indiana. Council's Past Grand Knights were guests of honor and were Introduced r. to the large assomoiy my tne The blessing was asked by Chaplain Regis Barrett, who also made a very Interesting address about his work at tho camp, which was listened to with rapt attention by all except the toastmaser. Father Barrett paid a grand tribute to the Sisters who were at Camp Taylor during tho "flu" epidemic of last fall, and finished his talk with a plea for the Xnlghts to stick to tho ship and follow In the footsteps of tho Mariner. Chaplain Barrett was toast-maste- jdJHawSsiJ'i SB WAIT SALE OPENS Monday Morning, October 6 ji parseo manufacturer of Lady Thackersey waB the cynosure of all eyes when Bho arrived with her husband at St. Francis' Hotel, San Francisco, from the East. Tho diamond set in her nose Is a mark of her rank. Tho small Indigo tatoo on her forehead is her caste mark. wealthy Bombay. BELONGS TO TITLED HINDQ. This Woman Is Lady Thackersey, wife of Sir V. D. Thackersey, KNIGHTS OF GOMIBUS Late News That Will Intereit Members Here and eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese Eye Strains Cause Nervousness specialists will toll you that a ereatdealof nervous trouble comes from eyestrain. A pair of properly-fitte- d Classes will relieve the strain on the optic nerve of the jERVE ESESI LUMBER OO. IMfcEX O. JONES SIS. BROWN & MELVILLE Thursday evening another tolg class was given the third degree at Auburn, N. Y. John T. Ryan, of iBuffalo, continues as Supreme Commander of tho Alhambra. Omaha Council will continue its $15 initiation feo until tho member' ship reaches 1,500. Price Hill Council, Cincinnati, has over 100 applications on fllo and will initiate lato this month. Soldiers en route to California gave tho Knights hearty cheers when they passed through Indianapolis. Four K. of C. Secretaries, cited for bravery, marched in tho big narado of it ho First Division at Washington. Cincinnati Chapter opened its fall initiation series Sunday afternoon, conferring the major degrees on 200 at Elder Hall. On tho first day of July, 1909. tho total membership was '226,289. Today the membership is approxim ately 525,000. Monday night at Fort Wayne the Grand Knight and his staff will perform tho initiatory work for fifty leading men of that city. 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