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BROWXTAXI INnilGEHt PHONE: CAREFUL HOME SERVICE On MAIN Louisville Carrlago Kvery Driver an Etcort. Taxicas Ct. Incorporated I VOLUME XLHI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DE VALERA l' aaaaamW(KiaLrlM President of Irish Republic Making a Long Speaking Trip Over Country ' of Louisville Prepare to Turn Out Kn Mnsso to Meet Him. flkipM IRELAND pppH Do Valcm Pleads Enjoyed Under Stars mid Stripes. Citizens ' Itccognltlon of tlio Irish Republic by the United States Is Finnl i maaaaam'SKaw jppppppppflpi laaaam 2?aaw Aim. 'BpWjK'T ppbpVppBKWiB SsmSPP Mnry Anderson Theater Secured Kentucky Welcomo Friday For i i Lit .. t iH( slRr aaaamwaw fiff 3 a jpppppppppLm p Night. pBeKR)R9E3Ki j FRANK WALSH OSxzt k flpppppLH & HpK ,"Swz3$&&.' npnpHppppipH p3pw jT&a-v, & rrrrbbk! tamSr P ipHLpipipiH jflHppHI HpjpSpjpjpjH Organize in (he Cause of True' Democracy and Liberty For ! . C tjs&Jaaaaaau Jpk awaaaaawi PRIME World. IS WITH HIM. APPEAL IS POLITICAL. Eamon Do Valera, President of tour the rrish Republic, resumed his Wednesday o the United States on New of last week, when ho left York City on ono of the longest a sneaking trips over undertaken by of man in public life in the history this country. The specific Purposes of the tour are to appeal to AmeriRecans for recognition of the Irishwork public and .to lay the ground Republifor the $10,000,000 Irish can loan drive to be inaugurated under the auspices of the American Commission on Irish Independence during the next two or three, weeks. The tour began at Philadelphia. .u .vonHntra iind been arranged r,iv.ujyinv nnri Thursday. An was address in Independence Hall one of the features of the Philadelbo conphia visit. Tho tour will December cluded at Norfolk, Va., on 18. after a swing around tho country, during which virtually every important cltyv will be visited. Frank P. Walsh, Chairman of the American Commission on Irish Independence and former Chairman or will tho National War Labor Board, over accompany President Do Valera a considerable part of the tour. With tho President on the entire trip will be Harry J. Boland, member of the Irish Parliament and Secretary of tho Sinn Fein organization, and Sean Nunan, President De Valera's private secretary. When it becamo definitely known would visit that President Do Valera10 a moveLouisville on October ment was at once inaugurated to receive the head of the Irish Republic with open arms and give him a real Kentucky welcome. Thomas F. who is taking great interest justice for in the cause .of cdn'ferende-fo- r Ireland, Monat bncecaileu"a day at the Seelbach Hotel of men who sympathize with oppressed Ireland, at which there was much enWhile business and thusiasm. many other engagements prevented was a from attending there still among response and d those present wore Rev. Patrick Walsh, Rev. John O'Connor. Rev. Martin O'Connor Attorney Thomas Walsh, E. J. O'Brien, Judge Sam Boldrick, Col. James P. Whallen, Charles J. Cronan, William M. Dr. Win. B. Dohorty, Barney Campbell, Jr., P. J. Dowling, John Cody, George Burkley, Al Smith, Dan Lawler, John Doyle, Thomas D. Cllnes, Robert A. Watson, George J. Butler. Samuel Robertson, S. J. D. Thomas Dolan, Thos. Claire, Daniel McCarthy, John P. Caesilly, Postmaster John Cody, of Now Albany, and John Casey, of Shelbyvllle. After the purpose of the conference had been stated Attorney Thomas Walsh was elected acclamation and by Chairman Thomas F. McGuiro was the unanimous choice for secretary. Following Informal talks it was voted that Louisville should take its position in the front lino with the great but cities of America. There was was one opinion expressed, and that that It was not alone men of Irish birth or antecedents who acclaim the man who had been Imprisoned in England for his utterances upon the subject of Irish freedom. There were men and women of evory race and creed and they would cneer this liberator as few men have been greeted in Louisville. Committees were at once named as follows: Executive C. J. Cronan, Chairman; E. J. O'Brien, Sr., Dr. W. B. Doherty, Col. James P. Whallen, Dan W. Lawler, Thomas D. Cllnes, Al Smith, Rev. Patrick Walsh. Rev. John O'Connor, Rev. Martin O'Connor, William M. Higgins, Edward J. McDermott, Judgo Matt O'Doherty, T. J. McGuIre and Postmaster John Mc-Gui- iiHiBHrago9B rl iliTri 11 r ' V aammBumBaySs&w!xxaaam E9pibHrH EAMON YANKEES MADE HIT WITH GERMAN FRAEULEINS. Here is a Yankee doughboy con vlnclng a pretty German Fraeuleln that Sir Walter Raleigh did not have a monopoly when it cones to Spree below Berlin. valry. This photo was made on the chl-Rlv- er who would convey them to the Seelbach for dinner and an informal HERT-SEARCY reception. Ftom thero they wore to proceed to the Mary Anderson Theater, whero boxes and stage seats had been reserved for Gov. Black, Mayor Smith, the elcrgy and several hundred of Louisville's lead- Machine Plans to Control Louisville ing cltizehs. When President Dd With Imported Negro ReValera appeared upon tho stage McCarthy, of tho A. O. H., Daniel peaters. was to welcome tho President In the son Gaelic language and with hia display to the audience the Hag of tho Irish Republic. Duty Calls For Action From Tho Kentucky Irish American Election Comevery Thursday evengoes to press ing, hence it is compelled to defer mittee. the report It would like to give until next week. From here the distinguished visitors go to Indianapolis, leaving Louisville today. Xegro Crooks Running Wild at Expense of Our Keystone Non-Partis- an whole-hearte- Hig-gln- s, tt, marriage of Miss Mary Ellen Peak to Alphonso J. Ohllgschlager was solemnized Monday morning at St. Brlgid's. Rev. II. W. Jansen was celebrant, Father Maurus Ohllg' schlager, a brother of the groom, was deacon, and Chaplain Barrett, of Camp Zachary Taylor, wa3 'The bride was "attired In 'a' crystal beaded georgetto crepe With a satin train caught at the neck. Her veil was draped in cap fashion with orange blossoms. She carried a shower of brides roses. Miss Nora Peak was her sister's maid of honor. Tho bridesmaids were Misses Ro cella Ohllgschlager and Mary Murta, ana si. J. Doody, of Indianapolis, was best man. Harry A. Ropko and John M. James, of Lawrence- burg, acted as groomsmen. The day selected for the wedding was the anniversary of tho groom's parents, Mr und Mrs. J. B. anOhllgschlager, and tho flfty-ilrniversary of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Herman. St. Brid-id'- s choir with Miss Catherine Ohllgschlager as violin soloist, rendered the music, under tho direction of Miss Dorcas Redding, organist. After tho ceremony a breakfast was served at the Tyler for tho immediate guests. family and Mr. and Mrs. Ohllgschlager left for the East, and upon their return, will reside at their apartments, 1437 Hep burn avenue. fThe siib-deaco- n. Police. THE ROAD HOUSE MYSTERY. therenwas anysdoubWnjitho mind of any citizen of Louisville as to the future plans of tho machine In this county, it was removed after the registration The of Tuesday and Wednesday. If- Hort-Searc- y Hcrt-Senr- cy twenty-sevent- h st out-of-to- Y. M. I. DEBATE. tation of disreputable and vicious negroes is planning to keep control of tho airairs of Louisville and Jef ferson county. In the negro sections of the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh wards the machine added over 1,500 now negro names to their FIGURES OWN REGISTRATION OF LAST YEAR. This, means that y in a year or two the machine bosses will be in a position to say to any white Democrat, Republican or Independent to go to, that the votes of the whites ate not needed for control. With a negro vote of 12,000 to 15,000 m the future added to the vote of the officeholders in tho city and county and favored contractors, tho "reform'1 machine would be entrenched forever. With the hordo of imported negro gamblers and vicious diameters a1io have no fear of tho Keystone comedy police the future of Louisville Mould bo a dark ono inHert-Searc- nincliino by tlio impor- "Resolved, That a club store would be profitable," was tho subject of a debate that proved a feature of the regular meeting of tho Unity Council, Y. M. I., at tho club house on East Alain street Tuesday night. The alllrmatlvo was represented by Daniel Burke, Alvln Corcoran and Amedeo Heleringer, and Carl Fenger, Andrew Steirsteadter Cody, of New Albany. Hall George A. Burkley, John Cody, T. F. McGuire. S. J. McElliott, Decoration Thomas D. Claire, Thomas J. Dolan. Invitation Rev. John O'Connor, R.' A. Watson, Judge S. J. Boldrick, John A. (Doyle. S. J. McElliott. tpress William M. Higgins, Dan W. Lawler, T. F. McGuire, John P. Cassilly. was held to receive reports and it was exceedingly gratifying to hear that each 'had completed Us work Wednesday afternoon, a meeting and tho programmo had been fully arranged. It had been hoped that Right Rev. Denia O'Donaghue would presldo at the meeting, for which sethe Mary Anderson Theater was city cured, but absence from the made this impossible, and therefore S. the honor was conferred on Ben by Washer, who will bo presented Thomas Walsh as Chairman and to Introduce Messrs. Do Valera and Walsh. The theater orchestra, unPM 3pBpb ,v der the direction of Prof. Patrick '. am O'SulHvan, at once arranged a programme of patriotic American and mwmwr dd lawv aaaaawammM Of Irish music to be rendered. course, It was known the meeting was open to all and therefore the ; '&3aWKkwlk!sMSimwKKKH' great gathering was anticipated. Meews. 'De Valera and Walsh COL. WILFRED THESIGNBR. were scheduled' to arrive yesterday New British Consul General to afternoon from Cincinnati, where New York, and the Honorable iMrs. fimr hh tn he met bv a committee of county officers and member of. Wilfred Theslgner, who accompanies the AneleBt Order of Hibernians, her husband to the city. The arrest of the Imported negro repeaters Tuesday and Wednesday with their own statement and confession that they enmo from other places is proof conclusive that snnio ono in authority representing tlio y machine Is responsible for filling tlio town with these negro thugs. The decent colored resiare and John Thomas assumed the nega- dents see loud ain their protects, as they future reign of tive. Tho subject attracted a large crime willthat cause trouble and disattendance. satisfaction between whites and Reputable citizens are blacks. ' Tn-S- . - iiijrr-- imltnauttJua ",'IP J4 ready to testify that there, was n colony of these Degrorepeaters registering wholesale with the intention of aiding in a crooked election next month. Of this there is ? no doubt and wo now suggest the !iA?maaat isxv 't 1R11RRRRh proper tribunal to remedy or at ' , l least attempt to protect the people of Louisville. Just two years ago this month a call was published in tho Louisville Herald urging all H "&'YWMmmmaaW lovers of civic decency and fair elections, the committee issuing the call styling themselves as the NonyJaaaaaaa7 partisan Fair Election Committee, to 9gaaaaaaaa attend a meeting in tlio Republic Building to perform a duty that '' ht ''Jiaaaaam tliey owed to their neighbors, their n HyiHHpk family and their business. The men issuing the call then that there was going 'to be an unfair election. Now the' slightest Investigation will show that there was an unfair registration with tho Intention of, stealing the election. BJRJRJR JBaTaaalaaaTaaL If these men wore sincere believers In honest elections then they should ' ' aw m Issue that call now. Tho names apawaWmaaam. pptptppHI maaaaaW H pended ito the 1917 plea for fair 'Jmaaamaaw am aaaamJ elections were Thomas Floyd Smith, ' g umamT Holm Bruce, W. L. Kennett, Laban ' K'" 'SMSmmF m a Phelps, Phil LaiV, Thruston BaldPlHERlT?" mt i lard, George E. Hays, William Hort-Searc- deed. - 'hamaX x - ed JH LV umW C , ( , JW i - Hey-bur- n, W. MJlllken, David Bell, John Chandler, George Schuster, C William Marshall i Quinn, William; A. Burnett, Charles D. Gates, J. D. Shouse, John Maas, H. M. Gorber, and Edward J. Miller. Of the above named committee Mr. Smith la the near Mayor' brother; Bullitt, Huston Thruston Ballard the Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor; Huston Quinn was chosen. Judge of the Court of Appeals by the G. O. P. machine; Bdward J. Miller is on RENOUNCES RIGHT T THRONE FOR LOVE. .u".?n? agaln Ire,anl has sympaPrince Carol, Crown Prince of R oumanla, fell In love with Mile. Zizl thetically responded to the world the Board of Works, and Helm Bambrino, a beautiful girl well kno wn In tho best Roumanla society. wave of freedom. She has definitely Bruce, the Homer Phone attorney, is determined a close adviser .of the present ad They were married before a priest of the Russian Orthodox church at Independent her own future as an democratic republic, ministration. These last named Odessa, after the bridegroom had renounced all right to the Roumanian ready to consort with other nations gentlemen might be excused on the throno for himself and his heirs. In friendly intercourse and on a plea of embarrassing tho adminisbasis of equality of right. In this tration, but it? is the duty of the supervision for them to receive a fateful hour people appeal, other gentlemen Ito take action. If touch of home life and neighborly through me, to her people the they wcio sincere and true to the assistance within the camp3. Ready ica. Tho United States is ofa Amerpeople's interests in 1017 they must great to leave tho service If so ordered, and powerful republic long conhe sincere now. Gentlemen, the wo nevertheless wish to record our firmed In Its own hard won liberties. public awaits your call. protst against tho proposed now Tho sister republic, Registration was marked by. acnewborn in Irepolicy and feel that the action of land under tive Interference of the Keystone Secretary Raker Urges Continuance Congress In refusing funds asked America's Inspiration, I3 foi threatened in its Infant life as was police and It was no uncommon these purposes by the War Depart- the United Colonies by of Welfare Work With Troops sight to see negro repeaters and ma cruel and ment, tho very willing contribution overmasting chine politicians using the police We earnestly Abroad. of the public for the maintenance of plead for thoforce. iiepaiuuenc machines to go from assistance which, If this work by the welfaro societies, prompt polls to polls. The arrest of the the hearty response and appreciation decisive. and energetic, will be Democratic captains in the Ninth of the men In the service, the very and Tenth wards on tho technical "Our prime appeal ,is political charge of disorderly conduct was an Requested to Serve For Further Inherent contrast between military tho official recognition of our rei rule and discipline and recreational public by the Government of outrage and It is hoped that tho Period of Three or Four tho and educational work at the hands United States Is the final aim. suit against the, former motorman That of friendly civilians, all speak attained, everything is Months. and his squad Is pushed to the bitattained. In against the taking over of this work the Initial stages, however, we ter end. Tho J Louisville Herald need by tho army as ono of its regular financial help, even stated that thClDemocratlc captains as did tho functions." were lntorrerlntf. with the reclstra colonies here. By tho policy of lion, but mind you tlie Keystoncrs Will Feci Free to Call For Advice, British rulers Ireland has been kept HAILED AS PRINCE. men no charge like that, theo simdeliberately poor that she might bo Counsel ami Active ple tools being instructed better by made subject and Columbia University on rruesday no land has naturo subservient. On Assistance. the men higher up. The Horald so lavished conferred tho degree of doctor of gifts. Britain's enervating hand her takes occasion to slur at Frank has laws, "honoris causa," the highest brought every Mike Brennan, Mike Hogan ono to naught. distinction In its power to bestow richest lands Ho unfilled, our Our and Tom Ostio'rne, of the Demo- mines PROTEST THE OUSTING OttDEIt. on Cardinal Mercler, Primate of Bel- unworked, our bogs uncut, tho glum and "spiritual hero of the Of Louisville's cftlzenn will ntakn Mia greatest of wars." Ten thousand harvest of our seas unreaped, our reputation ofmthese.yl-DemocraU. W-sleartersrTiga1nSc1lhat',oJ?Hovdvfaculty members, students and their harbors empty; our rivers run idle - Ed families and friends stood In the to tho tosea. The peasant Is drlvon .uorrow or tne warden, or Nowton make place for the steer. Baker, Secretary of sunlight on Mornlngslde Heights, al forth even against the tribe from Chicago "Under letter to James A. tho base of the broad Library steps, will bo kindly native rule all this who conduct tho Herald by instruc- War, in changed. Tho people's s tions from the Flaherty, Supreme Knight of the to witness and take part In the cercity. The influx of the negro crooks Knights of Columbus, urges that the emony. The Cardinal, standing tall Congress and tho people's Govern--mehave plans for tho purpose. and repeaters is having its effect. order still continue its welfare and grave before them, listened to Holdups, burglaries and assaults are activities with the soldiers In France, an eloquent eulogy of himself, pro Dall EIreann has summoned tho a common occurrence, and a trip Germany, Siberia and the Canal nounced by President Nicholas Mur- people at home to the rebuilding of through our colored sections in the Zone and insular possesions until ray Butler. "Columbia University the nation on a basis of brotherly daytime will find hundreds and hunfounded for advancement of the love and But England as uio "sucu is in dreds of Idle negroes loafing around positiontime undertake army responsi-a public good and the glory of Al- still unloads her financial burdens to tho mighty God, In you, Cardinal on Ireland. The tribute exacted by dives and gambling joints. Murders bility." Tho letter from tho head Mercler, the halls spiritual hero of the the foreigner prevents and shootings are frequent, but of Department camo in world's greatest of wars," said Dr. ing at the moment an us from raistho War Petty'iS Keystoncrs have not made adequate tax on arrest or conviction in any of answer to tho countrywldo protest Butler in conferring the degree. of our own. An advance loan from Negro killed in gam- which tho Knights issued against the "Your pen was mightier than tho countries more happily .placed Is iheso cases. bling game at Twelfth and Broad-Wa- peremptory ousting of the seven sword of the German armies. The necessary, and has been sanctioned no arrest. Capt. Youngor's affiliated civilian welfaro organiza- heart of all America goes out to by tho people's Parliament deterbrother killed by holdup man, no tions. With tho abolition of the you, and we hall you as a worthy mined that tho republic will live and on Training Camp princo of the church and a captain tho debt bo repaid. Americans can arrest. Negro gambler and alleged Commission pickpocket killed recently at Hur- Activities, which was the official of tho human spirit." Earlier In help In the projected work of restoraley Pope's negro saloon, no arrest. ruling body over all welfaro organ- the afternoon at a luncheop of the tion and reconstruction by subscribizations, tho War Department recent- Members' Council of the Merchants' ing. American of Irish blood, you Recent arrests of the alleged snfeol car dynamiters were advertise! ly announced, that the soldiers would Association, where 1.G00 leading will not refuse to renew your widely, only to prove a fizzle, whllo be looked after by an organization citizens of New York gathered to ties and take a further share infilial tho a trial in tho Criminal Court re- of army officers to bo established honor tlio Cardinal, Charles Evans preservation of tho race and the cently Is a sample of their detec- within the general staff. Secretary Hughes welcomed him as "champion land from which you sprung! of Sho tive and police ability. Tho parson Baker acknowledges tho Interest of humanity, exponent of Invincible Is your motherland as well as ours. cop and two .others were on the which the Knights of Columbus dis courage and undying faith." Do you not wish her to jtako her stand testifying against a negro for played in their desire to have the rightful place among tho nations? REQUIEM FOR HEROES. shooting a policeman. The evidence Eoldlers' welfare In future looked Can you withhold your assistance brought out showed the Key3toners after. He said: it 13 Thursday morning at St. Mary whenthere? powerful enough to placo had cornered the negro, but he got "I quite agree with you that so away from all three and afterwards much of tho programme as relates Magdalen's church the Rev. William her "Think of your fathers and your they arrested another man, "lint to leisure time at least should be Gausepohl, the pastor, celebrated a couldn't exactly sivar' that it was conducted in such a way as to induce requiem high mass in memory of mothers the men and women, boys the right man." The jury acquitted a feeling of ease and comfort' among the soldiers from this congregation and girls, that In unending stream through Castle Garden mado the prisoner in three minutes. men, approximating as nearly as who gave their lives for their coun- wistful way here to win Hfo their and Again the press censor is at" work. the try one year ago. The dead heroes honor in this great possible the conditions of home life, land of No newspaper in Louisville an- atmosphere and spirit. Wo hopo to are Corporal Frank J. Oassln, and opportunity. Boys and liberty girls, nounced that during the raid on tho accomplish this by tho employment Private Martin Alzey and Lieut. such as they were, Zabel road house back of Cherokee of carefully Mrs. Fred and bright, gentlo strong and noble selected men and women Robert M. Coleman. and pure, are Park a city policeman was found who, because of their training during Fred Harlg had charge of the still In Ireland today. The same amid the reveling crowd. Nor was tho emergency, as representatives musical programmo. causes are about to drive them forth. his name made public. However, it of the affiliated organizations, or Will you not help to keep them in Is known to overy newspaper man ability and their own land? They love Ireland In Louisville now. fTlio names of because of their natural to carry on as your fathers and mothers loved those taken in custody at tho place interest, are qualified employes of wpro kept out of the morning news- a welfare programme as Ireland. It breaks their hearts to papers "by the censor" until time the War Department. leave that land as It broke the hearts "In contemplating the end of of those boys and could be taken to revise the li3t. girls your The records of those presented in emergency I turn with gratitude to tears 1 parents. The to be of the mothers maammwWpolice court does not contain the you and your able associates, who and fathers left behind In many a lonely cottago are full as name of the policeman present, nor so willingly accepted the responsis, aaaaaawt aaaaafm has anything been made public re- bility placed under tho Knights of bitter today, their grief as wild, as garding charges which necessarily Columbus. I extend to you tho the tears and the grief of those your have- - followed. appreciation of the War Department parents left behind never to seo should Despite tho censorship, some of and the thanks of overy man of the again. You can not refuse your aid Jn contact with the stories of tho assaults on wo- service who came to end so much sorrow, to preserve men leak out. Robberies become your representative in tne field. BVRMHI theso boys and girls for the land known when the victim Is done to You are requested to continue your which needs them, and for tho death. Certain newspapers come to work with the troops in France, peoplo they lovo. the rescue of the negro criminals Germany, Siberia, Panama Canal "Will you not aid to 'bring to them and Chief Pejlty's Keystoners by al- Zone, Hawaiian and Philippine at home under their own flag the most laying tho blame on the wo- Islands and Alaska for a further blessing of tho liberty they might men victims. The case at Four- period of three or four months, or hope If or, and which you enjoy under teenth and Oak streets was sup- until such a time as the army is in the Stars and Stripes. Demand for pressed from the morning newspa- a position to undertake the responsi them tho right to choose their own pers, according to reporters. bility. The War Department In the way of life and obedience. Immediate juany aunoay raoxning tnere was iuture, as it has In the past, will action Is necessary. You must a hold-u- p on Fifth street, police fpei free to caU upon the Knights orgaulzo to bo effoctlve. Begin at uauicui, nun occu uiuuuiJK ai u ne- of Columbus for advice, counsel and once in your own community. Teach gro right in front of Jail. .Tho active assistance wherever the need your fellow citizens the justice df negro sought refuge in the Jail. He develops." It Is tho causo of ' Ireland's cause. was taken to tho City Hospital, and maamaaWLWBlater turned loose. The entire affair ed The Knights of Columbus protest!- '1 world liberty and truo democracy." tho ousting order declaring that was kept quiet, although many CONGRATULATIONS. aaaaaaaaaaamamamaaWmW persons heard the shooting. Others the question was of such largo prosaw It, while hotel guests in a near portions it demanded a statement of Monday the Right Rev. Mathias O. by hostelry were awakened from the conditions which such a movo to Lenahan, Bishop of Great Falls, their slumbers, nv mar, ,.i I,.-- - would Invite. to"We are opposed the instltutionallzo Mont., was tho recipient of many help up in "the neighborhood, hut ,tem?t congratulations and kindly expresheretofore conducted by tho sequel if tia t,on-- nil n,ntv sions, tho occasion being the sixty-fift- h War Welfare societies," why was he turned loose? If . the anniversary of his birth. mammwtflaawKKKamamwaaaaw neither, why did the censor get tho Knights told Secretary Baker. Bishop Lonlhan was ordained 011 busy? If it didn't happen, why did "Tho men in the service welcome M. PIERRE VOLOGODSKY. 66 many neonle see it? Amontr tho! a relief from war supervision and December 20, 1879, and on Septem- . 91 . PruMnf nt thn rVinnf.11 nP fhA hai ma, IQft.4 uta. sin. am a.i nuu nq vuuacviaim witnesses wag a jail guard, who military methods. They welcome tho j.uv became tho first Bishop of tho drew a revolver and claimed credit relief and willingly respond to the for placing the negro under arrest, services of civilians to whom they desK m tne administration Duuaing diocese, which embraces 94,168 His impression until the censor got owe no special duty or military in Omsk, Russia. One of the first square miles. The diocese now h Dusy wm tnat tne negro was shot deference and obedience. photos to arrive here showing prleeta and about 128 It is in the leg. relief from the restraint of official Kolchack leaders. churches. !Bnl O President of I B ,VALEItA e Irish Republic. Addressed to tho liberty loving people of America, Eamon de Valera, President of the Irish Republic, has Just Issued the following urgent and necessary appeal, to which there should be a prompt and generous response. K. 0E C Mc-Grat- h, - c stock-yard- nt y, - jeHbr J n " ed fifty-eig- ht J ' Hwx'ixosrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FWnted to the Sodal and Moral Advancement ol Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING. CO.. Second-Cta- .n&xstjES: Ajsaa&xaL&AJx COMING UVENTS. October 15 Euchro and lotto of Columbia Athletic Club In hall, 621 East St. Catherine street. October 21 Grand ' euchro and ing. lotto party for St. Cecilia's church, St. Cecilia Hall, afternoon and even- MISS OTTER WILL HELP YOU ARRANGE ATTRACTIVE MENUS How often are you perplexed when arranging a menu for . October 29 Fall festival and chicken supper of S.t. Denis' parish ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLECOPY 5c at Cane Run Improvement Club. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE October .30 Fall festival and Matter. entered at the Loulivllle Pottofllce af chicken supper by Altar Society of West Creen St St. Agnes church,, Newburg road. itirttt all Communication! to tho KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, November 5 EUchie and lotto for benefit of St. Aloysius church In Trinity Council Hall, afornoon and evening. fTRADESy7COUNCIL Incorporated. ia 319-32- Publishers 1 H$ ff aZ3si7y p LOUISVILLE, KY WHAT ENGLAND (JUTS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1919 rising generation of Americans, so that they may always bo inspired by his great faith and sterling fortitude through trial and danger and dls appointment. Through darkest clouds and jtorm his prayerful lips uttered the words "Sail on" heedless of his perilous surroundings. If all of us had the same 'faith through air tho storms of life and the crosses and trials, It would indeed I SOCIETY. ' The Congressional Record of reJohn B. Keyer has returned from cent date gives fresh evidence of New Orleans, where ho lilted hia peaco treaty. British molding of tho daughter, Mrs. Percy Cooney, and Mr. Cooney. It carries conviction. Senator Fre- iinirhiivsen. in his speecn to tue Mrs. Anna Boyle, of Vermont, has Senate, quoted Lord Curzon, a membeen spending the week visiting as ber of tho British Government, relatives in Jeffersonvllle, her former home. saying in tho House of Lords: "It open to me to say with a real Is Miss Minnie LaffeTty, of Cavo and accurate knowledge of what be well. City, has been spending the week has been passing in Paris during as tho guest of Mrs. D. L. LIndsey ARE AMERICANS YET. the past six month's, that tho Prime in Beechmont. of courMinister, by a combination of our Home Economy Department is to assist of United States Senator Hiram Miss Josephine Burkley was In age and imagination . . . has often Louisville women by providing both interesting new menus and addressing tho public Bardstown last week, spending l held the balance between conflict- Johnson, days as the guest of Mls-- Cewarning sounded ing panties, and Is largely person- at Minneapolis, new recipes. cilia Mattingly. for the contents of against the secret decree that may ally the Miss Otter's practical ability as a cook is of a high order Her suggesMiss Anna Erickson, who was that blue volume. In what 1 have come from peace League of Nations treaty underwent visiting Miss Agnes Flynn in Jeffersaid I hope I have not Indulged in unless tho tions may be relied upon. one sentence that could savor of amendment. Of tho few men who sonvllle, has returned to her homo in Philadelphia. Simply .call at our Home Economy Department, 311 West Chestnut street, national vanity or boasting. But it made themselves tho dictators of Is permissible, perhaps, to point out the destinies of the world and their Tho many friends of Mrs. John or telephone Main or City 2182, and Miss Otter will assist you. nets he says: M. Brennan will be glad to learn in a sentence that Great Britain t my friends, this Gov- that she Is recovering from a severe "After all, has gained in this war all, and inernment doesn't belong to one man, attack of rheumatism. deed much more than all, she set out to win. Our navy remains at even If he ia President. It belongs Misses Mary and Margaret Sulli you and it belongs to me; it be- van, of Prestonla, will return totho end of the war Intact and un- to assailable. The principle of the longs ifo your sons and to my sons, morrow from a two weeks' visit to (Incorporated) freedom of the seas, which is the and if we have got to fight, I rebel. relatives at Covington. basis of our national existence, I revolt, that In this nation today Miss Edmonia Dougherty, who stands unimpaired and unlmpugued. tho destinies of those hundied mill- spent several weeks visiting Mrs. Egypt ion people should be In one man's Archer Rellly in West Virginia, has The British protectorate of is provided for In one of the clauses hands, who secretly, after promising returned to her home in The Senator fur us again and again that secrecy in this treaty." ther quoted Lieut. Col. Hllder, who should never obtain, secretly is disMrs. Arthur Osterhage has resaid in the British. House of Com posing of your blood and mine. This turned to her homo in Indiana after mons: "The outstanding feature of question that I talk to you about is a two weeks' visit with her parents, I don't Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schultz, tho peace treaty Is that it puts the not a partisan question. British Empire at tho highest point caro what the Republican party or Highland Park. that has ever been reached as re- the Democratic party or what any Mrs. Martha Yager and daughter, gards territory and world influence." other party thinks upon this thing. Miss Mary Yager, of Louisville, havo Upon the same day In tho British This question and this issue tran- been spending a few days with her Parliament Horatio Bottomley, M. scend in importance any political son, Dr. A. W. Yager, and Mrs. P., said: "May I compliment the party that ever existed or ever will Yager at Chariestown, Ind. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Prime Minister on tho great acumen exist in this land. The Issue, my Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mullane anhe showed when ho secured Britain friends, is America, it is the Re- nounce the marriage of their daughpublic that Washington gave to us, ter, Miss Anita May Mullane, to Mr. DIVISION S. as tho mandatory of the colonies, because I believe that be- that Lincoln saved for us; It is the Justin Mullo. The wedding took First and third Fridays, Hibernian Home, 0 Portland. fore we get on very far with the Republic wherein you want to live place In Cincinnati on October 2. President Tim O'Leary. colonies the League of and have your sons and your sons' Miss Mary Receveur, who was visVice President Walter Murphy. Nations will come to an untimely sons live; wiiere I demand that iting her unci1. Mr. William J. Re, Financial Secretary John end. . . . It Is possible that when mine shall1 live, not under a dicta- ceveur, and Mrs. Receveur, 1203 1850 Portland avenue. we have spent a lot of money and tor, or a man who takes unto him Ekln avenue, New Albany, has reRecording Secretary John A Martin. had a few littlo wars we shall come self the disposal of my blood In se turned to St. I Treasurer D. J. tyougnerty. to crecy, but under a constitution and out with the Gorman Mlsi Noll Goff, of Woodlawn aveSergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-haAt present we owe under laws that wo ourselves shall nue, and Charles Bauer, of Charles-towour credit. W. Va will be married Octo1,000,000,000." make. The lasue In this contest Is Let her America Sentinel Thomas Noone. at take over some of the obligations of America. Thank God, my friends, ber 15,by St. Leo's church, Highland tho Rev. Father Nowman, Pak, Russia to ourselves. Let us see we are yet Americans." DIVISION 4. some sincerity In those high princiMrs. Ray R. Herrmann, of Colo Meets second and fourth Mondays KINDS OUT TRUTH. Is visiting her mother, rado Springs, ples enunciated so freely on tho Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Mrs. S. M. Itaffo, Mr. Herrmann has Her other side of tho water." President John J. Barry. une eauor or tne London News returned to Colorado after a short banker, policeman, and "handy Vice President Mark J. Ryan. visit to Mrs. Raffo and other Recording Secretary Lawrence man!" Who gave England tho right finds out after an extensive ftour relatives. through this country that there is D. Meany. to expect these things of America? quite a bit of feeling against EngFinancial Secretary Thomas J. Mrs. Mary Dalley announces the land in the Unitnd States and at- engagement of her daughter, Miss Langan, 2114 Halo avenue. PATRIOTISM. Treasurer John F. Burke. tributes most of that 111 feeling to Lillian Dalley, to W. H. Cordy, of Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick ConCharleston, Ind. The wedding will nelly. The Catholic Telegraph is right in John Bull's treatment of Iieland. placo October 15 at St. take declaring it a mistake to imagine Ho also refers to the Sentinel M. J. McDermott Cecilia's church. patriotism is only that dramatic press In this country, and truth that Antoinette Elizabeth Louisville people In New York daughter, display of tho courageous fighting fully says that its "England first" policy is quite Ineffective with the City for pleasure and business last Hodes, to Frank J. Hubbuch, the Bplrit, made during the infrequent marriage to take place at Holy of America. Our visitor week wero Mrs. E. F. Glow, Miss A, Trinity church on Wednesday mornwiars, that falls to the lot of ovory people Poole, Mrs. J. . country. It is Indeed true that tho might have added that 90 per cent O. Cray, Mrs. L. Frazlor, Mrs. M. ing, October 22, at 9 o'clock. Both C. T. Doyez, J. C. bravery of the soldier and the dar- of our soldier and sailor boys came Phely, A. C. Prewltt and S. Frank. are well known and popular in Cathbllc society and their host of being of the marine are admirable back very much friends wish them a Many manifestations of the patriotic spirit, cause of their experience with the Anna C.friends and relatives of Mlsa prosperous married life. happy and Boyle " selfish and domineering British Leonard, popular and William F. Tut the Infrequency of the demand '. young people of Misses Lillian McNulty and Susan wero gathered Monfor their exhibition could never army. Jeffersonvllle, day moring at St. Augustine's church Ryan entertained on Saturday at generate that habitual love of SUBJECT FOR BR VAX. to witness their marriage by the luncheon, followed by a theater country, developed by the repetition Rev. Father Halpin, who celebrated party at Macauley's, In honor of of acts of devotion, that alone de Mis3 Elizabeth Schulz, whoso marNow that tho public is getting the nuptial nigh mass. riage to Francis Lucking, Parkerton, serves" the noble name of patrotism tired of hearing Grape Juice Bryan and Miss Wyo.. will take place tho last ot this ""Peace hath her victories, no le Charles E. Long on his prohibition lectures, why month. Covers were laid for Misses Tenowned than war." and offrs doesn't some of the churches who Catherine McGrody well known In Elizabeth Schulz, Gnau, Jeffersonvllle. who wore united in Mary Ceclle Ryan, LavlniaMcNulty, Ah opportunities almost daily for are fond of having him appear sug the bonds of wedlock by tho Rev. Lillian performance of deeds which pro mote gest for his subject the fight he Father Michael Halpin, of St Susan Ryan and Mrs. Francis J. the progress of the country an(J the made in tho courts against the Augustine's church, have taken up Schulz. receiving betterment of the people. To foster widow, Mrs. Phllo Bennett, for tho their residence and are avenue. Misses Adelaide and Llewellyn their friends at 217 Ohio respect for civil authority and estate of her 'husband. Reisert entertained at a miscellaneobedienco to civil law, to preserve Announcement has been made ot ous shower on Thursday afternoon Tho Massachusetts Democratic the engagement of Miss Agnes Eve, of last week, given in honor of peace and order, to stand for high Miss Margaret Bosler, whose marIdeals In public and prlvato life, to State convention commended Presi- daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Charles riage to William Craven took iplaco dent Wilson's administration, also Bve, 2233 Shelby street, to Bernard October 8. aid movements for social welfare Those present wore Sohmltt. The wedding will bo soland general community uplift these the League of Nations peaco treaty, emnized at St. Mary's Catholic Mesdames W. Allman Gates; Misses Margaret Boaler, ClaTa O'Connell are labors of love to the genuine "provided the ocvenant is so amend- church October 21. Miss Eve 13 a Catherine Ohllgschlager, Mario Pfelf-fpatriot; these are the distinguish- ed as to give to no other nation sister of Arthur Eve, with the Ken Louise Schuhmann, Gertrude tucky Irish American. more votes ing marks of real, practical patriot-Is- to protect than the United States, Chrlstman, Edna Pfelffer, Ida Raldt, sovereignty of the the There is a special, crying need The marriage of Charles A. Lud-wi- Inna Klapheke, Ida Schuhmann, for this real, practical patriotism at American people; t to protect the of this city, and Miss Elizabeth Benita Murphy and Rena Eckert. and to Myers, of Jeffersonvllle, was quietthe prorent time, when tho forces of right of Miss Theresa Holtsknecht and disorder and anarchy are threatening refrain from adding to the burden ly solemnized at St. Boniface church. couple the very foundations of our Re- of peoples wanting to be free and After tho ceremony the present left Phil Mazzonia were married October are 1 in Holy Name church, the Rev. for Indiana, and for tho public. Theso are times that try independent." making their residence at tho home John O'Connor performing the ceremen's souls. These are times that Miss Elsie Mazzonia and of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary mony. COLUMBUS IUNQUET. Clifford Helms were the attendants Myers, 305 East Maple street. distinguish the false pretenders ffdm The bride wore a white georgette whoever tho slmon pure patriots, The Italians of Louisville will Miss Rena Eckert was host at dress with the regulation veil and does not now stand for law and celebrate Columbus day with a re- luncheon Saturday at the Seelbach in carried bride roses. The bridesorder and peace is a traitor to his union and elaborate banquet at the honor ot Miss Margaret Bosler, maid wore a yellow georgette dress country, an enemy to the. American Tyler Hotel tomorrow night, at whose marriage to William Cravens, anaV carried yellow roses. Little people. which many prominent citizens will of Boston, Mass., took place October Laverny Mazzonia wore a pink silk bo seated. Rev. Charles P. Raffo, 8. Covers were laid for tho follow dress and carried a basket of pink Margaret Bosler, Klllarneys. Mr. and Mrs. Mazzonia Misses pastor of St Charles Borfomeo ing: OCCASION OF INTERCST. Reisert, Clara O'Con-nel- left after the ceremony for a trip church, Mil deliver the address of Adelaido OEtelsort, Lowellyn Loulso in the East. the evening. Sunday, October 12, the Knights Schuhmann, Ida Schuhmann, Rena Mls3 Clarlbol Vettor gave an In Eckert. of Columbus will celebrate DiscoCHICKEN FESTIVAL. formal party at tho homo of her ver' day here locally and throughout The Misses Settelmayer, 223 East aunt, Mrs. Mary Nelligan, whom she On Wednesday, October 29, the the country. The anniversary of Kentucky street, gave a delightful Is visiting. Those present were Mr. peoplo of St. Denis' church will I reception and dance in honor of and Mrs. Herman Graham, Mrs. tho discovery of this continent ny Nelligan, Margie Misses Coluhus Is now mere than over an another of their delightful chicken their cousin, Lieut. Arthur G- Head, Mary suppers at tho fall festival at (the who has just returned from France Droppolman, Lilly Droppelman, occasion of public Interest and re- Uane Improvement Run two years in the air service of Loretta Spratt, Tommio Roberts, Club. joicing. The great older that bears Euchre and lotto games will bo afterA'. E. F. Lieut. Head was on Tess Garvey Anna Mae Garvey, the Ms name, and bears it so honoiably, called ta 2:30 and o'clock. City his way to Oklahoma City to epend Catherine iDunn, Esther Raque, has .wan great distinction In the re- people are invited to come and aid his leave of absence with his parents, Jeanetta Frank; Messrs. Mat Leo iFrank Ohlraan, cent world conflict and has shown this littlo parish and enjoy the big after which he will be discharged Droppelman, Edward Rush Carl worthy of thename it bears. supper to be served from 4:30 to from the army. 8 o'clock. Ample Jacke, Boy McClellan, Frank Raque, accommoda tory should be renewed tions will be met bus Twenty-eigColumbM' at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hodes an-- 1 Emile 'Raque, Bud Mulloy, William on Ike earning 12th and to)d to the ana uumeemi. nounce the engagement of their Vetter, Albert Hesalon. a special dinner? Would you not like a few suggestions to relieve the monotony of the routine meals in your household? mJ Tmir H I Him IP I Pm if 1 tin It 1 51 Ml One the services sev-era- km mzfy flf i FIT I H1 MS 1'1 1 fa l CUCCHIA jtnttUH ipflBJUBHi tH. -- Louisville Gas & Electric Co. The Price o Electricity and Gas in Louisville Homes Before the War During the War After the War The Same Low Prices No Advance To 1818-182- the Democrats of the of Kentucky: MM For Governor JAMES D. BLACK Brod-erick- Mary's-of-the-Knob- s. n. n, S late VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT "5? . pro-Engli- sh JAMES D. BLACK FOR GOVERNOR - For Lieutenant Governor W. H. SHANKS nntl-Engli- sh "J For Secretary of State MATT COHEN For Treasurer H. F. TURNER For Auditor HENRY F. BOSWORTH er For Supt. Public Instruction L. E. FOSTER g, For Commis'r of Agriculture HJaalHJlH!w669IKPvlllH J. W. NEWMAN For Attorney General FRANK E. DAUGHERTY l, For Clerk Court of Appeals J. E. GOODMAN -. And the Entire Democratic Ticket itf ht Your support is respectfully solicited. V, rt j&CEHKratTosnr THAT'S RlGHTT uuttsxs HE'S WQOWG amerioAK' -- Bringing UP JL BAv.-v- BUl-- - &;A Ta o-s- TRY ftTHEILUTHAT.WILL" ' j' Vur u rHL.v HENRY C HCRPt LOUIftV1LLC HV., . i pfl BLy AAA v!f5 j They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. in For Sale by Your Druggist packages. 25-cent Homo Phone 2GfiC Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. DENTIST A j J I saying (hat the laces brought scarlet CARDINAL AND MONARCHS. SACRED HEART ACADEMY, women nuu untleMinuIo men to our The Uriuline Boarding and Say School city, and did everything in his powHARVEY-JELLIC- O King of tho StatoAand Prlnco of For Glrli and Tonotr Women. er to injure tho meeting. SIv tho Church, Albert of tho Belgians months elapse, as tho inovlo men CBESCEHT HX&X,, &OUISV2UJE, XT. say, and tho near Major shows a and Deslderatus Cardinal Mercler, (INCORPORATED) High Moral and Intellectual Standreiuarkablo chango of heart, lit worshipped Sunday under the vaultards. Catalogue Sent Free. Addreae: (Jets Awful Panning From Chair company with Boss Hert, he attends ed dome of Holy Cross Cathedral In QXJ-A.JOITSecretary, Sacred Heart Academy, tho Sow Orleans races, has a box at Boston. Tho two most heroic 3115 Cherokee Drive, innn Tom llhea and Senthe 1010 Kentucky Dcrhy, and the figures of the little land which was BaaBBBHBM3BHK8BVBaBMMBaiMaBVBM2MNl DISTRIBUTORS OF THE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY question arises if tills change of Stanley. ator heart Is accounted lor by tho fact tho earliest prey of Germany, met that Boss Hert became a heavy there for tho first time upon tho stockholder in tho Kentucky tracks. soil of the land which succored Again the and them. Tho eceno within tho Bingham Press Wants Soft Pedal on Times were Courier-Journfoiced from cover by Place your next order with us. Activities of tho E- Senator Stanley and Mr. Bhea, and Cathedral was unique In the annals TWO-PIEC- E both como forward to defend the of the western world. It might have Wnrdcn. big Republican, boss. SUITS been a reproduction of a medieval The Times throws all caution to the winds in painting. Two Cardinals sat upon THREE-PIEC- E Its hypocritical policy and openly their thrones and with them tho gloats in an editorial that Boss licit SUITS Wlicro work ls quickly Chahinan llhea Exposes tho Weak carried tho Itcpublican party to vic- King, his Queen and heir apparent, Whcro the homo Is done; brightest ; tory in tho city election nnd in de- as was their royal right under tho Administration of NcnivMnjor WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. feating Swagar Sherley, one of the laws of the church. As tho royal seems cooking Whoro Where the work Ls BEST SERVICE IN TUB CITY. Smith. greatest statesmen oier sent from Belgians entered tho Cathedral to real fun; lightest; Kentucky. Senator Stanley in his worship at a solemn Pontifical high WTiero baking gives deWhere the meal Is speech at IPikevillo threw a broad- mass they were met at tho comlight; cooked best; side at tho Bingham-Hetype of munion rail by tho primate of their Where drudge is out of HALLARl) KIHT OFF STUMT. politicians, who because of their people Where tho range stands Cardinal Mercler greeted INCORPORATED sight great wealth should bo allowed to them affectionately the test and then control our political parties without presented to them Cardinal O'Con-nel- l, the where HAltltY B. DRIVI2R, President. That's tho whcro That's Interference and dictate our city and "Quick Meal" conies of tho archdiocese of Boston, "Quick Meal" conies 421 W. Chestnut St. of the State governments under the guise who escorted the King and Queen to Both Phones 2635. In. Again Chairman' Tom Rhea, in. of .Democratic Campaign Committee, ed "reform." Our Senator also call- gilded chairs on tho left of his tho Bingham press bluff that It throno at the right or epistle side Qaick Maal Gas Rnnea Sold, Installed and Ilifibly Rscomraeadad nuts tho Jteoublican machine on the defense, and In a stirring address at would say something moan about our of tho altar. Behind them sat tho 215 Benton Monday exposed ooss iodo lemocratic leaders If Boss Hert and Duke of Brabant. At tho left or W. MARKET ST. Hort's control of tho Republican Howdy Ed Monow wcro not let gospel side of the altar was a second party In Loul3vlUe and his attempt alone and we hope tho Bingham press crimson throno, upon which sat to hand the State of Kentucky over will accept Senator Stanley's chal- Cardinal Mercler. Tho King stood For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. to the Republican machine, btung lenge. Gov. Black, Senator Stanley with his hands clasped in front of to tho quick by Mr. Rhea's riddling and Tom Ithea are willing to have him, his shoulders squared, a truly More than 35,000 Bauk Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total of Hert, the local Searcy machlno uieir personal and political records martial figure. The slender Queen, deposit of more ti an ? 10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tho and tho Bingham press rallied to- laid bare to the people of Kentucky gowned all In white, reached scarcegether In an attempted defense im- if Morrow, Hert and Searcy will ac- ly to his shoulders. Sho boro her- people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. mediately following his address. cept the deli. "Lay on, Macduff, self with simple dignity. Tho King County Assessor King rushed into and damned bo ho who first cries and Queen knelt reverently as tho UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND tho ptess with an attempted ex- hold." solemn mass began with all tho IThe terrific bombardment of planation why Boss Hert wasn't asceremony church. tho Bepubllcan nominee for They stood ofas tho Catholic tho sign sessed as much as his poorer neighthoy made bors, but it was an explanation that Lieutenant Governor, ls not setting of tho cross. From tho stained According to Mr. well with the" Republican machine didn't explain. tho figures of figures Boss Hert was and the Bingham pres3 and they glass windows faith looked down King's own the per ncio tlian his would like to see the "keep mum" martyrs to They 57 less assessed on raised their eyes HERBERT JENKINS, Sc. and Trc. W. C. RORK, PriWnl. neighbor wiUi a potnto farm, and policy applied to Nominee Ballard's now them. then to gazo into tho calm and rend- profiteering at the expense of tho King's attempt to convince tho face their own people CO. er that the iotnto lami In the most stump of Kentucky. From every but caroworn sat on ofthe opposite BROADWAY in Kentucky tho voters are Cardinal who valuable, whllo It ought to rccclvo INCORPORATED nralse from Tobo ami Clies, won't hearing how Ballard's firm sold side of tho sanctuary. Tho King and get anything but a laugh or a grunt Hour outside of the Stato at ?1.10 Queen followed the service devoutly Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de GUARANTEED VULCANIZING cheaper than to homo people, and from tho blessing of tho gospels by from outsiders. of the Jef- - so striking has been the arraign- Cardinal O'Connell .to tho recessional. That tho Office tuul Workrooms Northenst Corner Seventh nnd Brondway Chine and All Dainty Materials. vzJEv S0AEJ!28S forsonvlllo Reformatory controls tne ment that none of the Republican After tho blessing of tho incense tho nunLrf uusviuc IiOui?"IUe, Kentucky Home Phonb City 2511 Louisville and Jefferson County Re press or Republican orators have at- monarchs wero Incensed with the publican "reform" administration tempted a defense In his behair. All Cardinals, as was tholr royal right. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. no one doubts after reading tho fol- Republicans now agree that Jleil It was tho first time such a cere BLACK & DECKElt lowing from Mr. Rhea's address: and Searcy certainly pulled a mony had been enacted upon this MAGIC-HELLE- R "boner" when thej decided Sholbyvllle, ELECTRIC DRILLS "Col. Petty, of Hert National who Italian, the business man, wouldI hat continent. After tho singing of tho Rehelped to elect be Sanctus and during tlm consecration, INCORPORATED publican Committeeman, Is Chief of tho right ballast to carry "Ilowdj King, Queen, Crown Prlnco and Pollco; Matt Chilton, wno also sup- Ed," the iMillticlan, through in Xo-- Cardials knelt before tho altar. Af tor vcnnicr, lor ported high these dajs CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. bouis Y.Hert, is County Attorney, cost of livingintho otcis aroofsurelj fholy communion Cardinal iMercler Johnson, Hert's former ) ascended tho pulpit to thank tho IS? secretary, is a member of tho Board going to take a whack at one profit- people of tho United States in tho INCORPORATED 14. J. BAHHOH, Pnsldent and Winner. P. 0ANKOK. JR., Vlci Pns. and Traas. Burllngame, eer nt tho polls, name of the monarchs as I'M 338 W Alain Street of Safety; so is Paul and friend like this doesn't and an opportunity own for tho help this landwell as his Both. Phonaa 135 como ery often. foimerly of Jeffersonvlllo had given of Hert when ho was tho Prison How would you like to see the Be- them in their hours of direst need. Warden. Hert'fl Chicago cashier Js publlcan machlno put Ballaid on the A tea In the homo of President stump to explain why he favored Lowell, Harvard, brought tho formal City Comptroller, whllo his brother-in-laK wa v 7S1 has held two outsiders against tho people of Ken- programme of tho King's visit to A Mr. Durham, jobs, one in the Sinking Fund and tucky? Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Boston to a close and ho returned u now a memuer 01 uno uoaru to tho Coploy-Plazwhere ho reBannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, FINDING A. E. P. BAGGAGE. Rhea Chairman Water "Works." special mained until iWall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, From New York City the Knights at 7:30 o'clockhis Niagaratrain left might have added that at tho rate Falls. for Wo cater especially to Uio trade of working people. It is our aim we aro going the suggestion ls in ui ooiumDus extended a general Inr"lre Proofing, Floe Lining, Fire BrlcS' to handlo only tho best goods, made In Union Factories. Being out order to change the name lrom vitation Sunday to all former service Grato and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. CAMPA1GX IK KENTUCKY. Louisville to iHertville. and It goe3 men and officers or the A. E. F. to of the HIGH RENT DISTRICT our prices aro lower than elseCourier-Journclaim any barrack bags, trunks, without saying that the OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. where, and knowing the wants of tho working class, we make our Kentucky has a quota of one and and Times ivill heartily sup- bedding rolls, suit cases, etc., which Sf million dollars in tho four prices right and tho terms to suit every purchaser. Wo have a sop- . they may have lost In the great months' campaign for tho sale of PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN.507. port this suggestion. arato department in which we handle tho used goods which wo sell Mr. Rhea also called attention tc homo coming of the 2,000,000 Yanks Treasury savings certificates that beWORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. 2 either for cash or on payment. We solicit a call tp look over our- near Mayor Smith, whom hu said from Franco. The Govornment is at gan September and will clofj goods. You will receive courteous treatment whether you buy never makes a move without con- present the custodian of something January 1, 1920. 1 Tho campaign In I 00 sulting the big boss, and cites an like 500,000 pieces of unclaimed Kentucky Is of under instance where Smithy asked for personal baggage. Many of theso James B. Brown, of tho directionwho Louisville, time to answer a committeo In re- pieces contain souvornlrs. iMost of ls Director of tho War Loan organiN. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnut and 434 S. Twelfth Mt.hr HIKM.Y gard to police protection, tho an tho baggage 'has been sorted out his Diamond swer belnc made by Clies. Searcy, under the direction of Col. R. R. zation for tho State. He has repand real acting Mayor Pickering and a staff of army men. organization perfected and his the We Are Experts on Fords of Louisville. Chairman llhea ought In order to get tho'lost barrack bag resentatives are now In various parts Watches Smith's action on the or trunk tho owners must comply of the State calling on tho bankers to lmo cited Give Us a Trial racing question, showing tho near with the following directions: Sond and explaining tho advantages of You'll Never Make a Mistake in Ordering Onr aid Jewelry dip Hop. In the all tho markings and writing on tho Investments in tho best securities on Mavoi' remarkable Free Road Service spring of 1018, just following his baggage, the name of tho regiment earth United States bonds. Whllo For to tho Ken- - to which attached, and there Is no doubt of tho result, boys, election. Smith went LesN SIodcj the MOTOR CO. tucky Derby, but Hew out of, the where baggage was seen last place girls, men and women will find this It Has the Quality. For Your Now Home either In method of thrift and saving of last' tMmdr ImfAMA 4ltn f1tnC nrt ni'AW this country or JTrance. 1V7IU1U t.aw LtlA.a a.t?gambling goInclose tho 114 SOUTH FLOYD ST. SIDNEY'S show people who horrified nt tho wicked blue stub detached from tho declara ing value, and will ing on, not being overly fond of tho tlon papers and have never been savors In the past 18 W Jcffcr-soINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 1850 write to the Knights ho way they may lay the In tho fall he of Columbus, crowd attending. St. lost hntnrnc-- rinnnrt. foundation that future prosperity. BROOK AND A STS. LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY game, bitterly attacked tho racing for ment, 4C1 Fourth avenue. i COAL CO. 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To Bay If You Want or Private or Sell at Sale Auction Write or Call BUSINESS EXCHAXan Auctioneer ana Seal Estate 3 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. Cumb. Phone, Main 2S60 Home Phone, City 6343 Want If YouSend to Llit With Ui, for Contract STKEBXSO'2 We have the largest lnde- Hep air Shop In indent ?he city. rord mean Our modern facilities skilled service at reasonable cost. GET OUR PRICES "Any Make Car Towed In" FORDS REPAIRED DUGAN GARAGE I 701-70- IIIA J. DUGAN. Shop Foreman and General Manager 1315 SOUTH BROOK STREET If there is any aontlment more inconsistent with right reason, moro ROCK ME TO SLEEP. opposed to the Amorlcan principle of toleration, more antagonistic to tho sprirlt of charity than religious Backward, turn backward, O Time, your flight, bigotry, wo have novor come across Makeinmo a child again just for toIt In our experience or our reading. night! We havo studied this problem of Mother, como back from tho echoless "persecution for Justice sake" long shore. and sincerely; and the moro con- Take mo again to your heart as of sideration we have given to it tho yore; moro charitable wo have become to- Kiss from my forehead tho furrows ward the bigots. This conclusion of care, may seem strange, says the Cin- Smooth tho few silver threads out cinnati Catholic Tolegraph, but a of my hair; careful and calm examination will Over my slumbers your loving watch show that It is logical. Our inkeep vestigation has convinced us that Rock mo to sleep, mother rock mo bigotry 13 due to prejudice, and that to sleep! prejudice is tho natural effect of misinformation. Tho ibigot has read Over my heart in tho days that aro and heard so much that It is derogaflown, tory to tho hated religion that he No love ilko mother-lov- e ever has has become convinced that the Inshono; stitution which teaohes it, and the No other worship abides and enadherents who practice it, aro in dures, league with tho Devil, aro enemies Faithful, unselfish, and patient, like of God and man, and should be yours. ticated as such iby all good people. None like a mother can charm away This conviction has developed Into pain a settled prejudice which, satisfied From the sick soul and the y of its own justice, imagines that brain; there is no other side to tho ques- Slumber's soft calms o'er my heavy tion, and therefore is disinclined to lids creep listen to or to read any defense of Rock mo to sleep, mother rock me the institution or tho parties under to sleep! the ban. It Is truly a deplorable condition, Mother, dear mother, the years havo cruelly unjust to its victims; but we been long aro inclined to believe that thoro Is Since I last listened your lullaby aot, In tho bigotry of today, tho song; mallco that characterized the men Sing, then, and unto my soul it shall who invented and circulated tho seem calumnies that havo generated and Womanhood's years havo been only fostered the prejudlco against which a dream. we are forced to contend. "Father, Clasped to your heart In a loving forgive them, tor they know not embrace, what they do," Is in our opinion With your light lashes just sweepespecially applicable to the religious ing my face, bigotry of the twentieth century. Wo Never hereafter -- to wake or to are utterly unable to explain it upon weep ' any other hypothesis. If tho pre- Rock me toslecp, mother rock mo judice were not so strong as to to sleep! prevent an examination of "tho other Mrs. Akers. bigot would only conside," if tho sider tho basic motives which comVOTES HIGH HONOR. pel a man to adhere to his religion, hatred, bred of difference In creed, Tho Supreme Board of Directors would soon disappear from our be- of tho Knights of Columbus, at an loved country. on A person's religion is not simply executive meeting In Now York a matter of choice with him. Con- Sunday, voted to confer honorary "eminent sidered from tho standpoint of membership on such bodily comfort, it is by no means Catholic personages" as tho board agreeable or easy to llvo up to the may soo fit to designate, and andemands of one's Tellglous principles. nounced that Cardinal Mercler would There aro very many "Thou ahalt be so honored at Scranton on Octonots" which requiro him to deny ber 12, Columbus, day. (Reports of himself thi3 or that gratification, the order's various activities were this or that pleasure. And, then, In received and special interest was a business way. Tho truthfulness, attached to tho report of Dr. Edward honesty and square dealing exacted Buckley, St. Paul, and Martin Grand Rapids Mich,, concernby his religion in his dealings with patrons often puts him at a decided ing work done by Knights of Columdisadvantage in comparison with bus secretaries with troops in Alascompetitors who have no religious ka. It was stated that the men scruples about misrepresenting their would Temaln "farthest north" so goods, giving short measure, or long as they were needed. WJUIam J. McGlnley, tho Supreme Secretary, resorting to "sharp practices." No, religion Is not simply a matter said that examinations for K. of O. most satis of choice. It is a rigorous rule of scholarships showed life, which tho religious person factory results. After the meeting follows because he feels obliged to the directors were received by do so from imperative conscientious ArchblshoD Patrick J. Hayes at his conviction. Therefore It is unreason- residence. He expressed the gratifiable to be prejudiced against a per- cation felt by the Catholic hierarchy in tho United States over the order's son on account of his religion. Here Is another way of arriving at war activities overseas. the same conclusion: The Tellglous person is firmly convinced BUSY OUT WEST. that t his short llfo hero is only a prepara tion for his eternal llfo there; and Just now there 4s a great demand that his everlasting happiness on for tho services of tho Pas3lon.Ist the other side of the tomb depends fathers of tho Sacred Heart Retreat upon his fidelity to his religion on on tho Newburg road, who are kept this side. His religion thereforo Is busy on tho mission. Last week was in C. P., of paramount importance to him. His Father Raphael, principle object on earth is to save Missouri, giving a mission at the tho most Church of the Immaculate Concephis soul, absolutely precious of all his possesions. Surely tion In Jefferson City, A mission no reasonable person would become wns also given in Si. Bridget's embittered against a neighbor be church at Nolan, Iowa, toy the Rev. cause that neighbor strove to save Roger Aull, C. P. Father Xavler himself when (his life was en- Sutton C. P., was also reported doing dangered. Is It not cruel as well as great missionary work at St. Ann's unreasonable to cherish bitterness church in Chassell, Mich. world-wear-Car-mod- against a neighbor because ho strives to save his soul, his life eternal? TffE CONSTITUTION. 132nd anniversary of the signing of tho Constitution of tho United States. On Constitution day the press of tho country was unanimous !n expressions of loyalty to the document that was signed by those In whoso hands lay tho destinies of tho Tho present month marks tho RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American .tre earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to proicct'our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. y, original thirteen States. The Confederation had failed for tho very simple reason that it did not confer on Congress power sufficient to vitalize Its act, and give authority to law. It was useless to havo a body of legislators in Washington without strength enough to give binding force to its decrees. The federal Government received authority from tho constitution and the constitution vas drawn up by "the people of tho United States in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, Insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare and secure tho blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity . . ." Whatever may be said of tho effect of the different amendments no student of constitutional history can cito a document that Is sounder ,In basic principles than is tho United States constitution. On these principles rests the success of democracy. Without justice there can be no real government functioning for tho "general welfare." And once the spirit of class legislation enters Into governmental policy there is an end to for justlco domestic tranquility, means the rights of citizens and not the advantages of classes of citizens. Tho plain facts Is that in these days men aro looking more to class or group interests than to the welfare of the entire community. Hence tho readiness of tho employe to deliver an ultimatum to the employer and the willingness of the employer to answer back in the same terms, aelther giving a thought to tho general welfare or to the rights of the everyday plain citizen who Is tho sufferer and the great sufferer in every class dslpute. Instances too numerous and too Striking to ho Ignored only bear out this strange attitude of mind that Is evidenced by the industrial disturbances that aro country-widIt Is not surprising that after-wa- r times should bo marked by unsettled conditions. Tho surprising and startling fact is that tho last thing tho parties in disputo appeal to Is the essential principles of justico that form tho basic law of tho land. No American can miss the point of the message that is being delivered by the leaders of class interests. The welfare of tho many Is never mentioned. Domestic tranquility Is not considered. Law Is respected just so little that where It conflicts with class interests it Is openly defied. Until the present mental attitude changes and all clesces realize that "by and not by antagonism is the nation to be made "safe for democracy," there is little hopo that the wish of the signers or tho constiuion will bo fulfilled. For the blessings of liberty will never be secured "for ourselves and our posterity" by class selfish ness linked with defiance or Jaw anu e. I BJSnB5NCK IS or CHEROKEE ICED TEAS PROPERLY BLENDED REPAIRING CLEANED, PACKED WELDINt ASK YOUR GROCI2K. Expert Attention On Repairs On SPECIALISTS AU Makes of Cars ON FORD REPAIRING AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2300 ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, VOL. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlgbl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY OO. 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WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING National Roofing and Supply Company Incorporated St. 530 South Twenty-SixtWest 1084 Shawnee 198G h LONG DISTANCE HAULING Pitch, Coal Tnr, Tnrrcn Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). 124 W. Main Phones City 1250; Main 14G0-(WHEN IT'S YOORj , Y Phono Shawnee 42. AUTO OWNERS Wo Aro Motor Doctors, Skilled Ex perts Aro Ready to Servo You. Both Fhoneg au th orl ty. America. Full line of Tires, Tube3 and Accessories. Tire's and Tube3 VulcanThe marriage of Jack Clephas, ized. Batteries charged and reson of Mrs. Verona Hodapp Clephas, paired. A. ARNOLD Ss SONS and Miss Josephine Schlcker, daughAUCTION 8s STORAGE CO. PORTLAND AUTO REPAIR CO., ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schlcker, (Incorporated) St, 377 N. Twenty-Sixt- h both of Louisville, was solemnized 435 Weit Mala Street October 1, In St. Bernard, Ohio. Tho ceremony was performed by the Rev. G1t your bora an adaeatlon Out wUl prepare theaa (or lift. JOHN B. RATTERMAN Father Pacific Wlntorheld, O. F. M. Tho bride wore a traveling suit of midnight blue and a corsage of ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE The only white Princess Toses. FUNERAL DIRECTOR attendants were Miss Loula HoffXia W. Broadway, XamlivlUe, Xj. suit and wearing man, also in a blue pink Klllarney roses, and Herbert Conduote4 by the Xaverlan Brothers, 2114 WEST MARKET STREET BUBlneai Brendel, both of Elmwood Place. A n&aslcal. Sclentlflo and feuraes, wedding breakfast was served at the Hwlmm Preparatory Department, bargi Phones lnr Pool. Well tsquippea uymiv West 1107a.Shawnee 1243. Cumberlanp -. homo of Mrs. Louise Hodapp Hoff- tium. lerrai moaereiB. ro. Benjamin, Itr. man, MARRIED AT ST. BERNARD. &ET US KNOW Local and loner distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and shipping. All work guaranteed. Estimates cheerfully furnished free of charge. NSk tw w "s JHOVZr Both Phone i 1ckickirkiirkirt1ckicKick Bringing Up ' V ( tUt HE '""'" a a admits . 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Gentleman: ) for dollars ($ Enclosed find shares, $1.00 each, Kentucky Chief Oil and Gas Company, fully paid and (Subject the right to return my subscription in the event the capital stock of the company, shall be subscribed prior to the time it reaches the office.) non-assessabl- e. Since tho Declaration of Independence of tho Irish Republic tho press has had much to say of Sinn Fein. Imperallsts cloud a igreat Issue by harping on the excesses of Individuals, and characterize tho Sinn Fein movement as radicalism of every shade and color. Americans 111 acquainted with Irish history think of Sinn Fein as tho name of a political party and criticize it favorably or unfavorably, according to their political views. Sinn Fein is bigger than any movement and deeper than any political tenet. It is the expression of a nations soul, just as tho Declaration of Independence of the thirteen original colonies was tho expression of the American soul. The Dublin rtoTmhiin editorially shows the trim mvintnt of Sinn Fein: "An enemy nossessea nnr nhnnn compelling our acceptanco of his forms of envernment nvn in fho sending of our chosen representa tives io wis parliament, whore they become corrupted and where the separate identity and thought of Ireland is lost. It is therefore ou Ireland Is lost. It is therefore our first duty to euro this ill by refusing to accept the enemy's forms of government. Instead of turning our thoughts outward to tho ends of tho earth, bo it Westminster or be It Washington, we must turn our thoughts in upon ourselves. Wo must assure ourselves to be that which w desire to be; and by concentrated thought upon ourselves, not In any spirit of selfishness, but in exercise of spiritual discipline, wo will make ourselves strong and self-relian- Jansen officiating. Tho brido's attendants were Miss Clara O'Con-nel- l, as maid of honor, and Misses Llowellyn and Adelaldo Reisort and Louiso and Ida Schuhman as bridesmaids. Tho groom was attended by his brother, John F. Cravon, as best man. The ushera wore Mssrs. John N. and RichaTd E. Rosier, Walter C. MoAdoo, Jr., of Philadelphia, and William D. Kerr of Boston. Following an elaborate wedding breakfast tho hannv pnnnln loft fnr nn ed honeymoon trip, taking with them mo iiuiiny kuou wisnes oi a legion of friends for a life of bliss and prosperity. One of tho most beautiful and Interesting society events of the fall season was tho marriage of Miss Maragret C. Boslor to William F. Craven solemnized Wednesday morning with nuptial high mass at St. Brigid's church, tho Rev. Herman Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. .nJ. RockingH.C.LBoat Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. CHURCH OF OUR LADY. DYEING t The Church of Our Lady, Thirty-fift-h and Rudd, had a beautiful and impressive anniversary celebration last Sunday in commemoration of the dedication of the church, which occurred seventy-eigyears ago. A feature of tho celebration was tho nrOCCSSton nf thn nnrlali anrin1IH and school children. Solemn high mass began at 9:30 o'clock with Rov. Martin O'Connor. fh nnafnr- as celebrant, and after the reading oi me gospel an able and convincing sermon was preached by the noted Dominican father, thn i?ov. n v. Durkln, who also preached at the soiemn vespers ana Benediction at 7:30 in tho nvflnlnc. Tho rWiiiM. of Our Lady was dedicated on the first Sunday of October, 1841, by Bishop Flaget, the first Bishop of Kentucky. Under tho ministration of Father O'Connor tho congregation is Steadily increaslntr In mnmhnrn and spiritual' strength. ht Your light colored garments can 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. STUDENTS HONORED. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT t" Name. . . Address . WANTED-- A few live agents. See Mr. Wolf. z v-- ROSARY FROM SHRAPNEL. tafiSV jfTlTOjSPMJr5 -- fflLfo - jJMJfTOm S r wmms ; B The boy In the corner bed of tho base hospital had been wounded in six places with shrapnel, and when the lead had all been taken out of him, .and ho was pronounced to bo convalescing nicely, nothing would satisfy him but that the nurse should give him the enemy lead and a pall of pincers. Before the war ho had been apprenticed to a jeweler, so he knew how to set about his task. Ho carried it out neatly, and fifty-nin-e little balls were formed of the lead six of them somewhat laTger than tho rest and then pierced and strung together. And so the rosary was made. When It was finished its maker, still weak and suffering, kissed it and sent It to his mother. And when it reached its dstlnation a proud mother took It to tho village church where, at her Tequest, tho priest blessed and indulgence it And dally she prays for a blessing for her son and on her country prays upon the balls of lead which had so nearly caused tho death of her son. What wonder If now and again her fingers stiffen on tho lead, even whilst her lips are moving in prayer. URGING NEW PARTY. nt.hpr thlntra lllrn nnfn Mioan toIII art MACICIN COUNCIL. tin. nrm in inn rmrn mnr nut afiivn- tion lies not In tho ends of the Mackin Council, Y. M. I., which Inptwhi Hd Abmrnil Nails Seltitffieilh- - TriaM earth, but in our own right (hand, In our own wise brain, and our own has heen making phenomenal strides under the administration of PresiDr. Uriah Z. Litsey clean intention and honest pro- dent Anthony McGuire. had one of raqulro Infinite cedure. It will Chiropodist e meetings Monday its but God helping us when plans were suKKested night, 507 for a we can do no other." Surely there fall festival and bazaar isiome time Starics Is no temporizing or policy in such next month, r the object being to wipe BniMlS an aspiration. Politics In the com- oue the small debt remaining for l Bath Pbf.Pi mon meaning of the term sink into tho 5.000 improvements made in insignificance alongside an Ideal so tho club house. It Is hoped to hum loftily expressed and so logically the last note at the January meetSeparate political policies ing. followed. There was hearty applause Ohio are welded Into one united national when Sam Robertson aim making for tho noblest Ideal of made his appearance, which was reRECEIVED DAILY, citizenship. This in truth is Sinn newed when ho arose to invito the Fein. Neither a political party nor council to participate In the welOHIO RIVER a sporadic movement, but a great come to be given President De national Ideal entering Into evory Valera and Frank Walsh at tho phase of a nation's life, appealing to Mary Anderson Theater. The invitho highest and noblest in the in- tation was accepted and members dividual citizen and expressing tho called to meet at the club house and attend in a body. Irish nation's soul. From this spirit there arises the determination to "carry on" in the face of any army of occupation, to doviso forms of government, to restore national culture, to stlmill.lto trndn .nnd nnvn iin natural resources that are the bono and sinew of trade. These "and self-reliant South Bend, Ind., have been honored by being chosen to fill the offices NORTON BUILDING of the Kentucky Club. Menofee Clements, a junior at the university, N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson was chosen Colonel at tho Tecent election of tho organization; Philip CALL US FOR Danto, a junior. Lieutenant Colonel, and Edward Bloemer Treasurer. Tho Kentucky Club has for years been ono of the Hvest sectional organizations at Notre Dame. It FOR ALL PURPOSES limits its membership to students from Kentucky, and alms to have Kentucky Consumers Oil Company all Kentucklans at tho university meet from time to time. Numerous Louisville - - - - - - Kentucky entertainments and a bannuet aro planned for tho coming year. at tho University of Notre Dame, Three Louisville youths, students Oil and Grease CORNS,BUNIONS self-sacrifi- ce old-tim- Etek$A. y ..".""''Zx-JZMrKl- wmMMmam Fresh River Fish INITIATION AND BANQUET. Louisville Tomorrow Council Knights of Columbus, will celebrate Columbus day with an initiation, to be 'followed by a banquet at tho Louisville Hotel. Dr. Thomas Hait, editor of the Cincinnati Telegraph, will be the principal speaker. This will be tho first Initiation under the administration of Grand Knight Dan Lawler, who says there will be one every month until the membership has increased another thousand. TAKES LOVELY BRIDE. Mr. and Mrs. ST, ANN'S FALL SOCIAL. The Holy Family Society, of St Ann's church, will entertain with a & Boyer Fish Co. fall social, euchre and lotto next Friday afternoon and evening in tho Sll East Jefferson Street school hall, Seventh and Davles avenue. bo Home City 1061. will Refreshments served and social games will be called at 3 and 8 o'clock. NATIONAL A SPECIALTY. Segal HATTERS 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS Judge W. M. Spauldlng and Mrs. Monday Special Suits Cleaned Spaulding, of Lebanon, announce the nats engagement of their daughter, Miss and Pressed for $1.25. Blocked and Cleaned, 50c. LEBANON. AMERICAN SOLDIERS STATIONED IN BERLIN AT AN OUTING. Photo shows our American boys tripping to the light fantastic on the shore of the River Spree with German Fraeulelns as partners. TUB FIIIST LAV. It sounds very pretty to talk about internationalism, about giving help 'to nations who are worse off than we are, ou account of the terrible war which has devastated Europe, but them Is such a thing as going too far anl. likewise, there are always "two sides to every question". No one will find fault with the plea that we should assist other nations. We have done so In every proper way. There are some who think we have gone too far In some respects. 'We have loaned nlno billions of dollars to the warring nations which were arrayed against the Central Powers. We have deprived of food in order that they and our soldier boys who were fighting side by side with them might not 3Uffer from the lack of food. We have sent supplies abroad. Wo have sent four millions of our vigorous young manhood to assist in the overthrow of the common foe. We have not etlnted In anything. We have been more than generoui. However It Is said that there comes a time when "patience ceases to bo a virtue," and It Is Just as true that there comes a time when generosity must call a halt in the Interest of We have been glad to help, glad that we have had the ability to help. It is now time to cast about and see where we stand. It Is time to inquire why we were able to give so great assistance, and to inquire If we can go much farther In that direction .without Impairing our power to give. We do "not want to giveaway all and ourselves ""helpless to even our-solvbe-co- supply our own needs, for there is nowhere we could turn for help. Is the first law of nature," and ho who long disregards nature's laws meets with swift retribution. 'American Economist "Self-preservati- on IRISH SAINTS LOVED ANIMALS. es Dr. Douglas Hyde recently delivered a series of lectures the Margaret Stokes lectures la the Alexandra College, Dublin, dealing with mediaeval Irish lore. He told VINOENTIANS. anecdotes about the Irish saints and An excellent programme has been their love of birds and beasts. He mapped out by the special commit- traced the love of animals by tee of the Superior Council of the people in different periods and in St. Vincent de Paul Society, which different countries. Even the Iri3h convenes In Detroit next Thursday, pagans had their pet animals. He and reflects the recommendations of rook three Irish saints, St. Patrick, many members In various parts of St. Brigld and St Columella, and the country. On the opening date spoke of their affection for their pet there will bo a public meeting, animals. St Patrick's kindness to presided over by Right Rev. Bishop the fawn was well authenticated, and Gallagher and on the successive the fawn returned tho lovo to his days papers will be Tead on topics master. St Brigld had her pet dog, of paramount interest to all Vincen-tiana most faithful animal. She- also Morning and evening services loved birds, and the birds, especially will be held daily and the convendomestic fowls, loved her dn a retion will adjourn on Sunday, markable manner. Tho crane was St. Columcille's pet although his PATRONAL feast. love for all dumb animals surpassed that of the other saints. It was The patronal feast of St. Francis recorded in the life of tho saint that of Assist was observed with solem- dumb animals, too, were in love with nity and splendor last Sunday at the him, especially birds, and that some church of'that name on the Bards-tow- n of tho latter followed him from Ireroad. High mass was sung by land to ithe Island of Iona. There Rev. Father Rothheut at 10 o'clock was, in proof of the lovo of animals in the morning, when a powerful for the saint, tho story of how the sermon was preached by the Rev. horse wept on the bosom of the saint Father Bernardino Alfano, Q. P., the night before he died. Br. Hyde who has recently been' transferred mentioned a largo number of other from Cincinnati to the Sacred Heart saints, Irish and Latin, about whom Retreat here. The feast of St. he told stories, showing tholr lovo Francis occurred on .Saturday, but for animals, making special referFathor Rothheut , transferred the ence to St. Kevin, St. Comgall, St. observance to Sunday In order that Molna, St. Moling, who had .made all members of the congregation , friends of wolves, foxes, partridges could be present. and herons. s. - CALL FOR AND DELIVER DeHam Harvesty. The wedding will announce the engagement of take place the latter part of October. Home Phone, City 1931 Politicians are already calling their lovely and accomplished daugh- Both have visited Louisville freattention to the forthcoming Presi- ter, Miss Mary Victor Ryan, to John quently and made many friends Mark Sales, I'res. M. Hannan, Nashville, J. C. Jacobs. Sec. and Treas. dential election. The Oregon primary wedding willof take place Tenn. The here. October 22 L. GRAUMAN & CO. is only six months away and other at the Sacred Heart church in EUCHRE AND LOTTO. primaries follow quickly thereafter. Russelville. Incorporated One of the earliest signs of interest Mr. Hannan was formerly a well A grand euchre and lotto party Sealers In All Kinds of Office and " in next year's contest comes from known resident of Louisville. Store 71xtnres, Safes, Cash Regisfor tho benefit of St. Cecilia's an organization calling Itself the ters, Show Cases, Counters, church will he held in St. Cecilia's Shelving', Eto. Committee of Forty-eigwhich FORTY HOURS. Hall on Tuesday afternoon and evenproposes to hold a conference in St. 510 WEST MAZK STREET ing, October 21, for which many Louis in December of "the liberal The Forty Hours' prayer will take very desireable prizes have 'been Home Thone, City 1838 and Indepenednt voters of America." place in two Louisville churches this secured. The-gamwill bo called The call for tho conference asserts coming week, St. Boniface and St at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. NOW IS THE TIME! TOO. tho bankruptcy of the two old Aloysius. These beautiful devotions PALL. HAT CLEANING. parties whose sole Interest In elec- will open tomorrow morning with ATTENDS WAR MOTHERS. tions is to secure possession of the high mas3 in each church, concludUS Brine: vour last year's Tell or Stiff Hat-- let offices. The St Louis meeting will ing on Tuesday. This being the us make It like new. Mrs., P. L. Scanlon, of West be asked to consider whether It is month of the rosary, the evening desirable to form a new party or services will doubtless be largely Broadway, left Sunday for a trip to Hat Cleaning-- and New York and Philadelphia to our specialty. affiliate with the farmer and labor attended. attend a meeting of the War organizations already In existence. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING Mothers. While in the East she will Among those signing the call are WORKS IL1PPILY WEDDED. visit her sons, who saw service and several Catholics, including Father Albert Smith, Prop. were awarded commissions with the Joseph Reiner, S. J., of Cincinnati The marriage of Miss Ethel Marie T33 WEST MARKET STREET Mahoney and William Patrick M- A. E. F. in France. ccarty was solemnized Monday at WELCOMED SOLDIERS. Homo Phone, City 5161 WELCOMES SOLDIERS. St Elizabeth's church at Curdsvllle, Tuesday evening at Vernon Hall, near Owensboro. Tho attendants CONSULT Fcr Proper Glasses The Daughters of Isabella of corner of Frankfort and Story were Joseph Harcourt and James D. assisted by other socieMahoney, of New Haven, cousins of avenues, there was a big home-comiOPTOMETRIST ties of St Augustine's church, will welcome for the returned the bride. The couple left on an have a home-comin- g welcome Nosoldiers and sailors of St. Joseph's Eastern bridal tour and will visit tho vember 11 for soldiers of tho church SIS STARICS nLDCl, Phone City 11SO, congregation. There were musical bride's sister, Sister Mary Borgia, at "who were in the army. Ftrmcrlr with a M. Wiseman ft Bon. selections rendered by St Joseph's the Convent of Mercy in Louisville, Chaplain Regis Barrett, before returning to their home near choir, and LADIES' FALL FESTIVAL. from Camp Taylor welcomed the Curdsvllle. heroes. Short talks were made by Great preparations for tho fall TRINITY ACCEPTS. Clarence Hudson, of Peoria, HI., and festival to take place October 30 are othors. Miss Mary Cody spoke on Trinity Council, Y. M. I., voted at being made by tho congregation of homo nursing and explained the Red Its meeting Monday night to at- St. Agnes on the Newburg road. Tho Cross work she is trying, to infestival is under tho auspices of the meeting De tend troduce. Miss Cody is to' start a night the the Valora Anderson. Friday ladles of the Altar Soolety. Mary at The class in this end of the city for ininstruction in the care of tho sick and nroceedlncs were Interesting and will DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. dicated that this llvo home nursing, and the meotlngs will soon Inaugurate a series society of fall and T be held at Vernon Sail. There will be a speolal meeting winter social that rvtr ihr lirmtPrtrrm Rranonnbtr. soldiers and sailors were made to be appreciated activities people will of Louisville Circle, Daughters of by the of feel all are glad to have thorn home tho eastern section of the city. Trin- Isabella, at tho National Catholic and every attention was shown ity is otlll a live wire among tho War Council rooms next Friday importance is to be transacted and - rfpj them. young men. evening at 8 o'clock. Business of all members are urged to attend. Pat Ryan, of Irene Mattlngly Spauldlng, to J. Russol-vlll- e, ht es ng BECKER ! 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The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company Columbia Building LOCKIIART SALE I HAS ATTRACTED THOUSANDS OF THIS SALE WILL LAST BUYERS Fourth and Main $2,850,000 fof the Cnpitnl. Surplus and Undivided Profit Xiretcction of onr clients. Eye Strains Cause Nervousness r will tell you that a great deal of nervous NERVE specialists comes from eyestrain. A pair of properly-fitte- d Classes will relieve the strain on the optic nerve of the nervous system. GEN. PERSHIN '' "' JALL OF NEXT WEEK I I WITH OFFERINGS IN ALL KINDS OF I N PHILADELPHIA MIMWll ' . I ... - ers an opportunity to stay for the ! Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, KNIKIITS UP FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. evening entertainment. Jprl.oO and cord complete case Tho Committee of Arrangements Come now while all lines are complete and at prices announce that there will be an NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION. abundance of novel and handsome Late that will reduce high cost of living. In all departold lenses or fill your oculist's prescription. We duplicate your News. That Will Interest prizes Rev. Father What They Have Been Doing Riley, ito be awarded. was formerly "Seeing tsSaltevfng ments there will be specials for every day. Members Here and the pastor, who the Past Week General located at Sbelbyvllle, has endeared himself to tho hearts of his new News Notes. congregation and all are working for the success of the church and Little Rock will gather into tho M. J. Driscoll is now Oregon's school. ranks a large lcass on October 25. , State President. IUjAX GIRLS' HOME. Sixty new members have been It Is expected at least 10,000 more new members will bo added to the Plans for a campaign to be made received into tho order at ValpaAi-Zouisrille.JQ' 611 S Fourth roster before the drive ds ended In the last week In November to raise raiso, Ind. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET San (Francisco. Price Cincinnati, anafund for a new home and recrea- nounces Hill Council, inflation, Octoa two days' Eight divisions in Indianapolis are tion center for Catholic girls and ber 17 and 18. prominent In the arrangements tor women to supplant the Visitation the reception of President Do Valera Indianapolis Council very Homo on Walnut street, below encouraging drive thishad a in that city today. week for Sixth, are now In process of forma- funds for its now home. CIGABS MAin 2I60-CIQABETTES City 2360. Tho randies' Auxiliary of Los BO In box upon the funeral tion following an enthusiastic meetOne hundred and fifty candidates 9c, 3 for ?5o American Special, 6c $2.00 Angeles has acted 10c Piedmonts 2.00 benefit fund as suggested by the ing of local Catholics Tuesday night will 16o Kremer-Special, 6c receive the degrees at Fort 20c Piedmonts 2.00 National President. at the home. The campaign will be Wayne on Discovery day. 9c. 3 for 26c Unci. Mike. 6c 10O Chesterfields 160 Donkey, 6o 2.00 20c Chesterfields The Oregon State convention ror between $200,000 and $300,000, Columbus day will bo celebrated 2.00 adopted a resolution 9c, 3 for 26c Surprise, 6c urging the and Catholic leaders here say the at Wapakoneta, Ohio, by Initiating 10c Favorites 2.00 16o Bob White. 6c drive, the biggest thing attempted a laigo 20o Favorites class, followed by a banquet. 2,65 study of the social problems outlfi Pat Carroll, 6o 20c Camels locally by Catholics in many years, 2.65 lined by the National Catholic War , 15c Dan'l Boone, 6c 20c Lucky Strikes LOTJISVDLLH, KS. 0 B. CHESTNUT The council at Peru, Ind., tenderwill bo in the nature of a gift to 2.65 Council. 2 for 26c Kremer's Extra, 6o 16o London Life 14c; of ed its 2.65 .16c Gibson Girl, 6o 18c Nebo Thousands attended the reunion the Catholic gIrlsof tho city and A. attended soldier members a largely 2.76 2for25c Palma Villa, 6o Frank the Louisville diocese. 15c Mecca and enjoyable banquet last 16c Old Virginia Cheroots, ...Sc, 3 for 26c and annual field day of Division 1 Geher will uo Chairman of the Cam- week. 20o Fatima i 2 for 25c Angeles, which is reported paign 14c; of Los 15c Helmar PACKAGE TOBACCO Committee, Col. P. H. CallaCUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y OOaiE PHONE 88 Turkish rrhe Columbus day fourth degreo "o Mogul Trophies ...14c, 2 for 25o Dukea Mlxturo 7c 4 for 25c the greatest in the history of the han will serve as Vice Chairman and 20c v Marine for 18c F,ves Brothers Cut Plug ,.9c, 3 for 26c order on the Western Coast. 20o Murads E. J. Cooney as Secretary. A com- exemplification at Memphis will cov25o 9c 8 16 20c Windsor Fags A general Impression prevailed at plete list of committee chairman and er the largest class ever put through Old Hillside 9c. 3 for 25o 10 Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 3 for 26c the Oregon convention among delemembers will be ready within a in the South. 16o Tuxed0 (Cans) 14c, 2 for 25c gates a Denver Knights that statement and a 2 r 2 membership the time Is ripe forfor short time,definite positive be sought new movement to have opened na-a I can3 1c' 9c. 3 for 25c 10c Allen County campaign, plans n0 sum to establish a as to the 9c, 3 for 25c 10c Shepherd "oxOAKS which will soon be outlined by the also will bo made in the near future. tional tuberculosis sanatorium for 9c, 3 for 25c 10c Railroad The fund will bo raised primarily the order In that city. Boz of s new State Board. 9c, 3 for 25o Chesterfield, 10c. 3 for 25c, or ..J4.16 10c War Hawk The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., among the Catholics of tho city and Louisville Council will Initiate to9c, 3 for 25c Quail, 10c, 3 for 25c, or I4.1G 10c Red Bud . members and friends of Western Kentucky, according to morrow. Grand Knight Dan Lawler I 9c, 3 for 26o Key West. 10c, 3 for 25c, or ....$4.15 entertained 10c Tribune for 9c, 3 for 25c Optimist, 10c, 3 for 25c, or lOo Booster $4.15 with a most enjoyable compli present plans. Tentative plans cen- has set 1,000 now members as the 9c, 3 for 26c Don Mlnardo, 10c, 3 for 26c, or. ..$4.15 mentary social Monday night. 10c Bourbon County They the institution, which will be mark for his administration. TOBACCO STORES IN THE CITY. CHEAPEST WATCH US OBOW also disposed of the phonograph left trally located, anticipate a Catholic Men with the navy who made the l girls' home somewhat similar to the over from the Irish fair. Pacific Coast ports have high pralso AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORE Young Women'sOhristian AssociaCharles J. Fisher, of Indianapolis, tion. .The institution will bo a homo for the treatment they received Vrr'n'T'W'TTT't No. 1 S. W. Cor. Preston & Jefferson No. a N. W. Cor. Preston & Liberty the new County President, is qno for working girls, a community cen- everywhere from tho K. of C. of the younger members of the ter for Catholic girls, and a recreaThe Columbus day banquet at r. J. KSEMES CO. order, but for several years has been tion center, with gymnasium and Cincinnati has been called off on i one of the most active workers for swimming pool, class rooms, etc. The account of the reception to Cardinal Hibernians in the Hoosier capital. campaign would have been made Mercler, which occurs a few days JHffl In Indianapolis ten divisions of moro than a year ago, tho delay later. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, the Ladles' Auxiliary iwill participate being occasioned by war conditions. The Fourth Degreo Knights and in the reception to be tendered The object behind the movement en- tho various Hamilton county councils Eamon De Valera, President of the tirely Is to provide a better home will participate in tho parade and for Catholic girls in a more suitable dedication of the new Court House Irish Republic. They are That you spent tor something yau djd not NEED would have started in every way with the friends location. The Visitation Home has at' Cincinnati this afternoon. been managed by the Sisters of SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDKD of Irish freedom. Sunday afternoon tho major National President Deery was Mercy, who have under serious degrees wero conferred on the comtwice a year; There MAY COMK a time when your"LAST DOLLAR" handicaps successfully carried on bined classes of Cincinnati, Elder, present at the Marion county conHomo City 2998 Climb. Main SOOS-- a of mutt bo ipent for semethlag you DO NEED. The SAVINQ bow of the vention In Indianapolis, the largest tho largest institution an its kind in Norwood, Northsldo and Westwood average of Councils. and most harmonious ever held the city, there being yon are watting might keep that "hard time" from over coming. The candidates filled v4,4aSMZM dellan elghty-fiv- o girls thore. Ho urged the Importance of present institution. cared for in the Elder Council Hall. taking part in the reception to be Dr. J. J. Tigert, of tho Kentucky recreation center given to the President of the Irish forThe need of a girls was empha' University, who was with the A. E. Republic, now visiting the Western sized the Catholic at the meeting, and speakers F. In Euiope and has the only M States. said success for the project means official war pictures In this section, The fifth week of the member- the realization of the wishes of tho displayed them last week for the ship drive of the nine San Francisco girls for many years past. The entertainment of Bluo Grass Council divisions of the Ancient Order in project has the endorsement, it It at Lexington. Fifth and Court Place. America closed with more than said, of every Catholic pastor in AL.:S. SMITH, PROP. So Louisville. Tho drive will be made Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. 3,000 new members enrolled. CASEY ALL READY. and successful have the on the parish unit plan. enthusiastic efforts of tho various drive teams Thore are forty Catholic parishes District Manager H. C. Hlgglns, been that tho campaign managers In Louisville and about seventy of tho United States Shipping Board, n other parishes in the Louisville diohave decided to continue tho until every eligible in San cese outside of the city. The Louis- announces that hull No. 1487, now e Francisco has had ample opportunity ville diocese includes all the terri completed at the Hog Island shipBOTH PHONES 810. tory west of the Kentucky river. yards, Philadelphia, will bo Teady to Join the ibig organization. on Saturday afternoon, consisting of sixty counties. There for launching , October 2, tho eve of Columbus day. are 120,000 Catholics In this SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, KLIZABETirrOWN. about of whom are In Tho vessel Is to be called "Casey," a title bestowed upon tho workers Forty Hours Devotion was cele- Louisville. of the Knghts of Columbus during brated at St. James church, the fierce fighting In tho Argonno RECENT DEATHS. past week. For the We're Prepared to Do It Promptly this Forest. In announcing the tribute If You Are past month Rev. P. M. Monaghan, MEN'S BLACK OR TAN The .funeral of Joseph J. Bitter, which Is being paid to the K. of O., Style. and in First-Clas- s pastor, has worked unceasthe new tho official letter states: t, whose home was at ingly In beautifying and improving aged And Need a Girl Worker, "The hulh will be christened his charge, all ndt being completed 536 South Shelby street, took place Casey, In recognition of the splendid Monday morning with requiem high OR A hardwood floor it this writing. sanctuary, a gold mass at St. Martin's church. work of the Knights of Columbus In was laid in the Surviving him are two .brothers, tho Interests of the soldiers of the to. tabernacle, a new ostensorlum and If You Are Girl American Expeditionary forces." new vestments made the sanctuary George and Frank Bitter, and two An elaborate programme has been ' Theio shoes are world beaters very attractive. The services began sisters. arranged for the christening of tho they look well and they stand the And Need a Position Sunday morning with solemn nign Casey. Flaherty, bang's of service. They are designed Tuesday morning many mourning daughterLittle Miss Miriam Flaherty, and built for service and they renmass, Father Monaghan as colebrant, of James A. Main 3359 City 3359 CALL US Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Father Edward O'Sullivan as deacon friends and relatives attended tho Supreme Knight of the Knights of der that service. Oastaldl as sub- - funeral of Miss Roso C. Klein, Columbus, has been elected sponor SPALDING SHOE CO. and Father John Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Woman's Activities, Rev. Father Ruff, of Vine daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. for tho ship. All Supreme officers deacon. EIGHTEENTH AND UAP&S Grove, a former Louisville priest, Klein, 914 East Madison street, at iund Board of Directors iwill bo National Catholic War Council High-ReOut of the District Dance and Wedding Invifcatieas delivered a masterful sermon on the St. Martin's church. She was thirty-tlv- e present, also State and local officials OPEN EVEOTNaS i devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, 057 South Fourth St. years old and leaves a brother, and a great gathering of members Specialty. a and on Monday morning Rev. Father John H. Klein, and three sisters, of tho order. The Knights have East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. Hayes, of Bowling Green, delivered Mrs. Joseph Holzknecht and Misses pledged HOME PHONE 946. themselves to keep n an eloquent and instructive sermon Ella and Marie Klein. CAMILLE DETERT, BODY'S CLEANe weather eye on the future sojourns 31 on the necessity of striving to save A and career of the freighter. Employment Bureau. our souls. . Tuesday morning the years library for the crow, recreation J. Wells, Forty Hours closed with solemn high oldJohn long a and resident of this city, room, movio machine and films, mass. Father Hayes, as ceieDrant, piano novel & son as deacon, died of nephritis Sunday morning vlctrola, will beand other (to tho Father Vincent Scollla donated 81 ORBmiV 8VRBBT. features and In tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. Casey, all appropriately designed JVWLOftj, Father McAleer, as 4 Father Monaghan as master of J. E. MaUoy,to1637 Prentice street. and conforming to the history of the Dtfa4M$$GgtffODEllXG THE ROSARY MONTH. Mrs. Malloy, ho Is In addition ceremonies. A procession or survived by five daughters, Mrs. J. vessel, This interest will be main well trained by the pastor and A Sterling silver or iRolled gold tained continuously, so that tho Sisters, was included In the closing P. Fitzpatrlck, Mrs. A. J. Gross and good ship Casey will never have to SUITS MADE TO ORDER Rosary In silver or rolled gold caso exercises, which were orougnt to a Misses Clara, Cornice and Alberta plough tho Spanish main and golden with chain and ring for tho flngor, price 5 complete, without chain close with solemn benediction. Tho Wells, and a son, Georgo B. Wells. Oarribean with tho crew being at a FOR LADIES AND GHENTS unusually large number of communi Funeral esrvlces were held Tuesday loss for entertainment. Uttlo Miss complete. Itcnibdelcd and Altered cants was especially gratifying to the morning with' requiem mass at St. Flaherty says she Is not the least Rolled gold and silver chain beloved pastor, and his continuation Loula Bertrand'a church. bit perturbed oyer tho big Job which 511 S. TimtD ST., POPE BLDQ. Rosaries in all colors from $1.50 to of the good work begun by Father Now Is tho time to look up that old Phono. City 3103 Wo Call and Bellvor $10. A Gold Sunday morning Mrs. Bridget the Knights have assigned to iher. Daly is Inspiring to tho people of Real Stono Rosaries, Solid beaver, felt and velour hat and bring Craddock aged seventy, widow of St. James church. $25 and $30. Plain Rosaries from BONZANO IU3TUBNS. the late Patrick Craddock, was 25o to $1. Children's Rosaries In It to us and have It cleaned, dyed and called into eternal rest at the homo colors, 10c and up. EUCHRE, LOTTO! 500. reshaped Into the latest fall styles. OLD LEAKY ROOFS CAN BE SAVED Word lias been received at tho daughter, Mrs. Charles E. of her Lot us make a selection for you AND MADE Also ostrich feathers cleaned and Donnelly. 1635 Rowan street. Apostolic Legation In Washington satisfaction guaranteed. Tho congregation of St. Frances Surviving to Mrs. Don- that Archbishop Bonzano, tho Papal in addition curled. Special Luminous Crucifix, metal STJPERLASTIO of Rome church will entertain with Funeral Directors boen In Europe , figure, 12x25' inches, shines In a euchre, lotto and 500 at Trinity nelly are a daughter, Mrs. William Delegate, who has will sail from months, for several Guaranteed Ten Years $2.98. Council, Y. M. I. Hall, Baxter ave- J. Sccor, and two sons, William and Naples for States on Octhe United Barrels . ...,80o Per Gallon nue and Morton, next Wednesday John Craddock. Funeral services Falls City probably arrive at 3. afternoon and evening. Tho, games took place Tuesday morning from tober YorkHe will Rogers Church Goods Co.. IXTKRWATIONAI COATING CO. will on ACiepnono iu- -St Patrick's church, of which she New In that October 17, and days caneo. at z:av ana ocwck will be 713 WBST JXrrSBSOX STKKET city for several 5 had long been a faithful and regular remain ISO Si Fourth, Louisville, Ky. and lunch will be served at 649 SOUTH SECOND STREET XriSHR AVECWUE to Washington. 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