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SWttE PHMtt: KOMC Of) MAW Every Driver an Escort. LoflfevfHo Csrriagt Taikrt C. Incorporated VOLUME XLHI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. f primary betwee jkyans and Wariey. ..v vi.uviiui in uj UUlll 1W11LU anu colored v mini showed that dead men, convte and nil classes of lUKIUHUflcd voti H"o voted hi Uiat race, tlio Ken machine malc-Ing no defense jlhese stories, and mind yon the au betneen a Declares Cardinal aiorcler's Visit Service to Undertake hi Legal Way white and a 00 Republican. Tho Will Awaken n New Spirit .. Freedom For an Ancient lj Herald uiu uin, ORJ' me Stones 01 election depravittSdurine tho trial. In Men.' People. yet now comes reward and says tho i i ?..j ... , Rennbllcan teumion lavors ' -. ' iXm 3'GHr,f ! bibbs . fair elections. n this tall story BE-iTSobBp came out of the itort&l rooms the PflTA v bbbbb Adds His Voice in Pralso of the f American Commission on Irish" Inprinter to whose'1 i it ieii 10 nut it Visiting Belgian dependence to Promulgate In type threw tip is hands and fell over in faint. e prize Ho had Prelate. Bond Ismio. knocked him oo; Tho day prev: to the Herald's attempted def ;near Mayor Smith was responsible r a soliloauv that Llko Hearing Moses Calling With Finnic P. Walsh nnd Col. P. II. made one tVoader. whether to laugh ' Flaming Voice Unto or pity our clty'jSfSead. Four soldiers Callahan Will Place If HBLilBHBH9BB!fitHMfiidflvliHieHBKIRjtfK4H had just been ded to tho Key- Pharo. Bonds. r array and, stone occasion brought ilrst from tho near mis xoucning Mayor: "I si Sioro tlian an hour talking to tiv TOunc men and it ALL CREEDS REVERENCE HIJI. THOMAS 3LYL0NEY A DIRECTOR. was nn uisptnmtH to mo to know yHFjro3WBHBHHBlHWWfr C Jx' sBssfc that tho police ferco which I have I endeavored sfeee tthe beginning of my administratioAto build into tho With an acclaim such as seldom most efficient force of any In tho For centuries now tho British has been vouchsafed any discity or counfc-y.Get ihat will you I financiers have controlled the banks, tinguished guest Philadelphia greetSmith says he hfcg been working to the railroads, the mlnc3, the mills, give us a prlza police department. ed Cardinal Mercler. At a luncheon ZJt? tho commerce, tho shipping and the H,, When one looks at1 the misfit aggre d In tho there was ix: ' , ,.,. . .... trade of Ireland. Tiey would ..... m 'r .;ii , 'f gation or .eyatoqers wisned on us the intimate exchange of greetings no money and glvo no help or loan enyou can see tnat he hasn't been between distinguished citizens, city PHOTO OF NIAGARA FALLS FROM AEROPLANE. couragement to any Irish enterprise BY QUEENS OF THE HULA HULA. working overtime tin giving us good and State officials and churchmen Niagara Falls from the clouds is an interesting spectacle. This photo they did not approve. They would Who wouldn't want to be a gob after studying this photograp'h showpolice. Wonder hat Ches Searcy of all denominations. After tho reapprove no enterprise calculated past the Cardinal was introduced by ing the boys of the Pacific fleet nt Hawaii, whero they are haying the and Paul Burlingame said when they by an International Film Service staff photographer, was made from a make Ireland more nronmnmno to c.i. time of their yeung Uvea on the famous beach of Waikiki. rcaa tne Mayor' statement about Curtiss airplane flying over tho famous falls. the (Most Rev. 'Archbishop 4 J. the less prosperous she was the mora picking tho police Searcy, our real Dougherty, of Philadelphia, with to depend on Great Britain. Mayor, and Paul.our deputy Mayor, these words: Mercler wears Jtoday a crown, of Vico President Marshall to tho Aiiey approved none calculated to must have chuckled out loud at this. "In tho past it has fallen to tho glory, because in the days of his Mother of God in an address de- support the population of Ireland, Hert picked the bard members and lot of this Commonweajth of Penn country's affliction he earned a livered at tho convention of Amer- for tho less populous sho was the they picked the police, firemen and sylvania ana or this city of Phila- crown of martyrdom. His brave ican War Mothers In Washington. easier was she held in mihwumi city employes, leaving nothing for delphia to welcome and acclaim men words and fearless deeds stamp him Tho Vice President said: They would approve none calculated the near Mayor. JRead this stateof high station, of valor in arms, of a son of every creed. Protestant "There is a religious communion to brjng Ireland into contact with ment over&galn afcout the "efficient distinction in tho arts of vies with Jew, and both with Cathothat veueratea and worships a type other nations, for mnro peace. Among these were George lic, in doing 'him honor. Nations Pile Up a Rcgistrntidn of Over Ton forco," etc., and ? see if you can In American Doughboy's Impressions of woman the Blessed Virgin. It sho waa tho harder tho was tenintAi it for decide whetuer to laugh or extend Washington, Gen. Lafayette, Benja- offer him citizenship, universities dolights me to consider her the jmiions to learn tho wrongs other Thousand to Aid Hert and of tho Work of Cliaplains sho v sympathy. min Franklin and Abraham Lincoln. confer-- upon him degrees of honor. Queen of Heaven and tho Mother ot suffered and tho more Here are a few;jsamples of police In paying them a tribute of admir- His journey through our land is a Searcy. God Incarnate upon earth. I do not was sho at the mercy completely In France. of Great efficiency of the week, and rememmyself happen to bo a communicant ation our citizens manifested their triumphal march. A heartier wel umain. ber this has beea1 soine on for a own love of right, justice and free- come than the one that Is extended erea1 church, but I hope I veto of tho British financiers Tho long time: Lewis' candy plnco was Today we welcome to our to him has not been offered by the Many Idle and Gambling Negro dom. shall be violating none of the pro- - extended to the whole economic life Re- robbed of a wflgonloiid of sugar, State and to this city a man who, American people to a stranger since s prletles when I say that the feelings 'of the Bomo Out by tho Attitude of hams, sweets, et peaters Used to Help "Reform" of those communicants from the di-and not a line not by brute force, but by fearless- Lafayette's visit to our shores. And & with an 'iror f hand of Returned Solhas been published In. Uid daily press ness, heroic patriotism, sublime trust his passing through our land will vine standpoint havo apealed to ?JLni.tWdif indust rv Administration. or given out from Keystone headin God, stood his ground before the provo a fruitful Journey. dier Men. - . It will more to t"'"iY",u".a"n"P""1: I nrnrf. quarters. iCharlai W. Dowdlo, of hosts of an empire, whilst his native awaken a new spirit In the hearts rt sWamhe,nclIarstn0df motK of all the agereven though Jefferaonville, was found unconcious land smoked with burning ruins and of men: it will awaken a new zeal In Beargrasa cree; with his money EnglaSnadme ifcolt its Inhabitants were shot to death among tho men of the church. It Loulsvillo o Herald DropfjIts Motto and valuables gone. After investigafor defending their rights.. Cardinal will show what must be said and Ireland to Franco tion tho local detectives said they Entire Catholic "World Is Proud of cause of jusUce and humanity; have ,PhrU,CntS;h,nfrt0un2 Mercler is the Leonidas of modern what must bo done, what must be For1 tho Busy Rolo of An "hX "l? S?.mo CS3 ?f prod been compelled to see their little !,nn didn't bolievo his f story. Probably the Heroic Belgian times. He and hi3 little nation threw dared and what must be suffered, if "i Ananias. pratUlng babes grow Up to stalwart mX, ho assaulted and rebbed himself and J America, '""', ",D trade of Ireland, al-themselves In tho path of the de- the thousand tyrannies that still t Prelate. or?'gn manhood and face the hour of duty. 7? then threw his peason In the creek. stroyer. They gavo tho world time afflict mankind shall bo overcome. service and of sacrifice; who iJough it Is greater than that of No arrests have been mado in the to prepare and save it from the A thousand thanks to you, distin ,Tra.y or Sweden, is strictly a have watched them d and murder case of the army lieutenant, Juggeranut military machine." guished son of a distinguished broken hearted, as they marched to British monopoly, exploited with tho had the SECRETARY Among the post prandial addresses church for what you have dono A SMrrn praises keystoners. although our WAS A MAINSTAY. martial strains along tho highway :wo"4!d, tobJect ot furnishing profit case a few hours after the crime. none were received with more thousand additional thanks for the of duty to the calvary of supreme '? British tradesmen and keeping That's efficiency! t Sunday night a spontaneous enthusiasm and ap- yet greater blessings which your sacrifice in the cause in which they ,tno Ir,sh a subject people. Ireland resident of Western Parkway phoned plause than the warm hearted and heroic example will confer upon believed. She, the typical mother of ,s forced to buy from British capital-a- ll sincere voicing of brotherly trlhute humanity." The official registration figures the (Thief's office) and saM rhniw arna time, has glorified and beautified Ists at thelr own price. She is Tlie courageous work of the a burglar or burglars trying to get from Joseph Krauskopf, a Jewls Just published completely verify the Into forced He vfas told that if Catholic chaplains in Franco has not and made sacred motherhood in all Pricey to sell to them at their own rabbi, to a 'Roman Catholic dignitary, WITNESSED LAUNCHING. the ages and all times. But par- statement made in these column mo hlsJneuee. wersneara again to been -... between the. -uurgmrs in vain!" This comforting" iiuuiuriy uas sne maue sacreu mat tuat "' The difference ana wheeaid: ana by Democratic orators in which insn produce the price "I trust that I shall not bo acassertion is Dorne-oin the reports motherhood, which for a cause, in at which she must sell has been Mary A. Scanlan, who attend- it was claimed that the 'HertSearcy , nhonn tonsrnin. hut hmw Mrs. what do in case .he was 'being from all parts of the United States which the son. believes, has been determined not by cused of Indulging in fulsome flat ed the War Mothers' supply and convention at Republican machine was planning to choked or knocked unconscious by regarding tho attiude of tery when I say that, In the presence the thouand, willing that the son mand, not by bargaining control the city of His Eminence Cardinal Mercler, Baltimore and had the pleasure of enormous negro of Louisville by an the burelars and unable to call. And sands ot returned soldier men to- should give up his Jife, his fortune not by Irish Interests or and trade Justice or vote. The figures Just think these birds are drawing ward, the church. The soldiers I feel as If standing on holy ground. meeting Cardinal Gibbons, was In and and his sacred honcr to tho humanity, but by the arbi- from tho taxpayers as sailors have gone back- - to their nl ahmnnt - nf hti nnlila Muni . accom- right or.,j .. One might indulge ifl flatteries In Philadelphia last Saturday and wit- - show that nearly 3,000 more colored salaries mn. uicLum i""'; uuu oeiusu And is or. inn '" """ homes unstinting in their praise of the presence of gilded ifons and npqqarl the launching of tho "fi&sav" year than last v www MWUO.O no yuiiww. third-ratBritish financiers. it on that fall,) a total of e Our fire department is the chaplains and their lay cotitled fools never in tho presendo at Hog Island navy yard. Mrs. NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS- difference that the Irish havo had of the greatest apostle of righteous-- . Scanlan is now In New York City, 10,666 being registered against that slipping badly also. At a fire at workers, the Knights of Columbus to live, starve or emigrate. ness of modern times. As I look where she accompanied her son of 11,899 white Republicans. This Third and Central the "hick' fire- secretaries. The functioning of tho The Knights of Columbus nieht Here is upon his face, a face that bears theiThomas, who sailed Thursday for enormous gain of negro Republicans men attached the hose to a water prjlest during the times nvhen a school, which will hold its sessions briefly told the whole grim tragedy proves conclusively thnt many im- plug used for street sprinkling in in jiM4u imprint of God's celestial workshop. Ireland. Before returning she will ported nogroos critical movement was under way; at St. Xavier's College, Second street of Ireland was over the population fi.nnn nnn- - n have been broughq stead of a fire plug, and when tho .the soleace which the soldiers were and Broadway, I do no longer wonder what the visit the Rev. Father Duffy, of tho will throw open its 1010 It was less than 4,500.000 hero to aid tho nmchino hi control mistake was corrected by running enabled to receive at the most prophets of ancient Israel or the Irish and also the two ling elections, and incidentally cioors next Monday with accommoda- - The first and most Imperative n .. . i. .i martyr saints of tho church looked Fathers Scanlan at Yonkers. io. nut fitiAnt Kftt foftf mnrA Viaqa 41iicia ' n.nM4.. uvu ... .... ..uuu uiiw.uiumiiuLuua jiunuu, TVJieu going In for several hundred pupils, the tern of the Republic like. When I think of him facing Philadelphia she was entertained by keep a whip hand over tho white houses were added to the fire under- - over the toD." was but a. fw hnnri applications- for which have been therefore Is to establish 'of Ireland direct people the brutal and insolent invader Mr. Joseph Scanlan, and in New county. or liouisvillo and Jefferson- writers' worries. This week a lady ahead when confessions wore heard up at the club house slnco the ness and trade A walk through West Wal- of color had two of the firemen be- - on a d burning with righteous indignation: York City is the guest of John nut, Toad with death announcement was made some weeks nations, so that relations with other Irish initiative and Ninth, Tenth or Eleventh fore the Board of Safety charging dealing contraptions from tho enemy 'It-inot only a war against Belgium Casey, University avenue. A corps of Instructors' in enterprise and not British alms and streets will reveal hundreds and them with throwing water all over whirring on all sides have left an ago. you aro waging; you are attacking Eqglish, Spanish, mechanical draw- -, Interests, will determine hef ln hundreds of woll dressed negroes her belongings and giving her a 'impression and steadfastness of Ing,. all humanity.' 'Right violated by architectural drawing, automo- - dustrlal lire and activity. (Realizing DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. Who will not work and havo no drenching when there was no fire 'purpose in thousands of wrongs is still right; Injustice supengineering. mathematics, this, tho Daii Eireann hna vnto,i visible means of support. Tho con. in sight. Again there seems to be , who before the war were the men bile conslder-ciusio- n ported by force is still injustice. Applications are being received so issue, to be distri- is that these pets of tho Re-- 1 some bad team work between tho ably lukewarm toward their church chemistry, shorthand, typewriting, If you will not obey the law of man business law. civil butod in various countries whnnuwoK you snail obey tho law of God thick and fast that it has been found publican machine are trosponsihld Keystone and "hick" fire depart-- j duties. How illustrious a rolo the service and salesmanship, have the for (Louisville Circle, for the epidemic of assaults and ment. At tho Hermitage Hotel fire Catholic chaplains played in tho already been secured by the council, The sons of Ireland have gone before, You may elay me if you will, but i necessary portion of this Issue assigned to robberies now going on, and they a police sergeant trying to keep theater of the World War. you can not slay the spirit of God Daughters of Isabella, to hold and teachers of subjects not men- is within me, and that bids me other initiation. This initiation will are Immune from arrest by tlio Key. ' vehicles from going through the fire Long before tho American nation tloned in this list are being held in America is ten millions of dollors, and tho American to say to my people, "You must not take place on Tuesday evening, octo stono police. Near Mayor Smith or lines kept tho fire department coal struck against the Germans we heard reserve ana will be pressed IntOjirisn independence, Commission on at the spocial your necks to the ber 21, at 8 o'clock, in tho Knights and shall not bend of Columbus Hall. On tho Thursday cleanup of The idle and"Vicious 33 performa SeTV Invader of your land; to the Walah has ,,ndpV& tFn?ank Jin of your rights, to the evening following Louisville Circle negroes now In our midst, and the none other than our noble Chief, 0f 1914-1- 7 . acclaimed I i l- r'..-1'- ? murderer of your helpless wives and will give a card party at the Tyler negroes How thiee Or four night3 each week, tho L JM!! nnd- authority in keeping ?. coal respective of Slgtau. The organization for this purpose on "the 'poll books is the the proud all the Catholic world ia of exact periods having been left to is In progress of rapid Innocent children." ' When of these Hotel, to be for members only. All formation and wagon from getting near tlio scene, this heroic prelate, the mainstay ' words of Cardinal Mercler I think, are requested to send their prizes to stinging resolutions adopted Seems like our Shelbyvillo Police the war ravaged towns and cities in tho popular voteof the students. It will be broad enough to Include, Cove-i- s The I seem to hear at the same time the .Mrs. J. 0. Hood, 1622 South Sixth of likely, however, tho classes will nanters, Leaguers, ancient prophets' bitter denunciation street, not later than Tuesday, Octo-o- f by the Democratic candidates seems l Chief nnd our Cincinnati Fire Chief the Belgians. Tho French army be held on 'Monday, Land Leaguers to have aroused the Jre of the local are getting their signals crossed. chaplains were "the bravest of- the Friday nights, with Wednesday and all others who have love and the tyrants of their day. I seem ber 21. possible classes or Republican machine and the poor to hear Moses calling with flaming They fought, performed on Saturdays. brave." sympathy with the purpose of a old machine organ, the Louisville - to ANOTHER BISHOP PASSES. voice unto Pharo, 'Remove thy cruel dying soldiers and tholr duties: people to be independent and Herald, has been worked overtime were liberally decorated with all the hand from off my people. It Is the live tholr own life in freedom. Col. this week to counteract tho effect. ' According to press reports tho honors which the French Republic will of God that Israel shall be free!' P. H. Callahan, of Kentucky, who Dropping Us motto, "The truth, no Right Rev. Bishop Philip J. Garri- - could give. I seem to see the prophet Nathan t " tbBw..BBBB-w-m1 organized the Knights of Columbus I &.. ,y matter whom It helps or hurts," the gan, head of the Catholic See of pointing his f(nger of scorn at King No propaganda or victory in the , War Activities, was selected by Herald has adoped the following Sioux City, died there Tuesday after a, E. F. could have ever implanted David, the perpetrator of a heinous j President De Valera to build up this substitute:"Wholesale lying to a long lllneesf aged seventy-nincrime, and saying unto him: 'Thou '' the moralo, and tenderly developed ' .organization, primarily to place this CjP "bbbbf" i y protect the HBbT . ..BBBBf machine." Bishop tJarrigan suffered a severe it up to the days of the armistice art the man who has dono this Issue, although it Is "" The Herald Thursday said the Re- - attack of poisoning three years ago ' at Sedan, that the Catholic chaplains wicked deed.' I seem to hear the also conducting the Do Valera tour j "jBJBpk rfrBBpjt.".ii publicans welcome a searching in- - while attending prophet Elijah saying unto King the Archbishop ' and Knighs of Columbus workers aBBBBBJfcMy a vBBBBi and will endeavor to centralize all vestigation of the registration, and Mundoleln banquet In Chicago, and 'gave to our soldiers. Ahab: 'Thou art ho who troubleth Fiom the Irish sentiment In this country. taMXhBaBBBBBaHDBBBBBYPBaBBBB . Republican County Clerk Neutzel it is said never fully recovered from priest in his khaki uniform the boys Israel.' I Beem to see the prophet i .Thomas J. Maloney, President of tho '4 assumes the role of a Kaiser or the shock to his system. Deceased received the consolation which only T Daniel facing King Belshazzar and Tobacco Company, I Lorlllard has Czar and forbids free access to tho was ordained on June 11, 1870, and saying unto him 'Thou hast been could give. They made I JL.FlBBBIBlBBB'aJBjBjfl--' I been selected by President De Valera registration books, coppering the on May 25, 1902, he was consecrated , the churchmarvel at their bravery. weighed and found wanting. Thy tho men : as Director of Finance. The entire Herald's statement the same day. first Bishop of the Sioux City .They crawled across gnarled ground UBJbmHbbbbBbbP-days are numbered. Thy kingdom j organization is one of volunteer Then the 'Herald brazenly states diocese. Right Rev. Edmond Heelan ' and behind shrubbery which was will be divided and given to the '" , service, contributed in the name of Medes and Persians.' Oh, the courage nwlHilllllliBM Auxiliary iiisnop last 1 Ireland and liberty, "'" " iiuuutni swwusMuuiu, was appointee.There are 140 priests being withered by machine guna bb?bbbbs7ssbf fa"T" without respect 'WmJ'w "" of police and firemen, while affidn- - December. it took to say these words when and ' ' bullets and gave spiritual consola-vitI to race, creed or politics, devoted U havo been filed by policemen and 143 churches in the diocese, tion to our wounded menr repaired where they were said! Tho, merest with resolution strictly HsflsssBtl 'IsULsJ If legal businesslike and into a m fre- ami iuemen uiat uiey More asked with a Catholic population of over them physically and mentally to the word or sign of them whbm these ..."ii LB9R-M''- ' vr s. wav to donate $20 and $2fi to tho Re- - 60,000 tribunes of the people denounced extent that they knew they were W','W"V'W dom of a noble and ancient people. yHBi'"" J JtssssTfl would have sufficed to cause a dozen lii;iit.uii vuiiipHigu Junu, ruu rignc prepared for death. jBBSBB355l ddSSBBBBBBBLJsl ihhv collectors in each department executioners to rush upon them, and MONTHLY MSBTING. Close behind the priest came the WILL FJGHT REDS. Li. are dunning tlio police and firemen to silence them forever. What better BBBBMBB Knlchts of Columbus man. ready to mm aeBessmenc. .Next tne Herald illustration of the fear which the Mnndav GVfinlnl- tha fit. Helena, pa rrv Tils man in a roue no- afatfnn The Very Rev. Father Ignatius says there is no claim shaving, but men Btrlkes courage of Club held its regular to give the soldier a cigarette, to Snijth, of New York, National DirecBMBlMaBBlBBBr-,'- ' ''"'" "' rforgets the old adage of "a rose by mpntaly business Meeting in the take down the last words of a mere in the hearts of malefactors? What tor of the Holy Name Society, at , any other name jsmells Just as Auditorium of PresentatloB Acad- - boy who, In his hallucinations from general dared to touch a hair on f" "" Pittsburgh last Sunday sounded tha bHMbHL---- -' sweet.' The city employes contribute emy with a good attendance of the wounds and strain of the battle, Armed Cardinal Mercler's head? ( mobilization call for the 1,600,000 2 every month to Ohes's Republican members. with right, he was mightier than the "Casey" could be relied The adoption of the by- -' realised L2. SShHHHI mAmhara nf ia.avif af ln fv aam. League, which takes the place of Jaws was the most Important busi- - upon to that whole Invading army. Armed with fetch that story home to 1 bat what he termed an attempt by claim shaving. right he was mightier than emperor, ness, but other features of interest ' mother, whether he was Catholic, -?, anarchists' to overthrow the Gov In its, weak and labored defense were also presented and discussed. Protestant or Jew. sultan and king. They could destroy f ernment of the United States and we iienuu puns tne ow stall about This elub is constantly growing In the beautiful cathedral in Rhelms; ."hoist the red flag instead." Present the Board of Works saving a lot of favor with ' they could lay the university and mr Catholic young FEHTJNa TRmUTB. day unrest, said Father Smith, can money ior the taxpayers, but falls women, library ot Louvain in ashes; they ; biiIiIibibibHbiiIiHHibH Yu traiAil in radical firali-tio"n.ln ; of 1 to explain wny the same board went could not silence the it is very gratifying to the devout we Invited over here to partake ot broke buying Joke vacuum street Mattaw. OFjPICK TRAINING CLAS6B6. Catholic to have persons outside the 1 lour hospltillty." IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBSBBBBBHi cleaners, motor boat,. houses, ete., Ijfold utter sentiments ctf Tespect, "Cardinal Mercler lives because he ELSIE WILSON. u forgets to mention that the was not afraid to die. Cardinal 'Merand As the ban against riding on the reverence or veneration for the Twenty-twICBRNAN IN OTTARGB. held la Hoboken ... smiling upon him cler finds a world y tuJ aivmm vniu. w T r. . in our au- - SHOWING HOW HE HAS AGED. ". - , i7Vvj.i wtn unions today because he was not ashamed Dnll.it. n was troce sjmi mere various w . of the otty, the;Thurs- - voeate and our queen; but above all 'Photo shows President Wilson Th "aswiirnmunt nr Main n recemjy on - charge. of being in the wT' wna nn uiat TiJ.i . -- .." i United .. standing at attention while the army prancls J. mmm for trM dUki, ,i. iu to wep with his people in the days .n. .i. Kernan to commend the Cardinal o their sorest trials. 0lat "h.8 hB ! venwlX"Lo ! ? u! band is playing "The Star Spangled PhJHnnltiA nnartnnf wv (.mi Mtreier is on of the most honored mj hw wmw tt B iTOCHRi 'uasnouc war as our motaer oy our uivme lxira Banner" upon the Executive's arrival announced In Washington. M.n. . ot ...r. tTZZi tiT. im He men today, because he did not dmntUiHi Cteunoll. B7 mth IHwKh stre, HimseJfcu Therefore u K is with1...-- rt at uio- viTio- - veawr, smu rnucmuu. reiieve Brig. Gen. Frsneh, who will My Cf.tr!?,:loe1 t will JflatlSDUrg. iilnV .1 .......Lf-Alntlnni. .Tn ihrlnV from draining, with his bleed-l- f 1 tnn Kb. rt....,i. a. The President was wtfrmly greeted assume command .of Fort MoKlBley, etyftPiftd mivn wore the ri of arrrias JWt thlsr over a few weeks noon class for gtrU not emplfdNls 'felt graUtode that will b read the while driving, through tha thorough- aert downtroddwi people, tfae cup v 0ne of the prineipal derease points after mis knock-dow- n astl - ra.nnt .im nu. ... ......' ,.au...u- . of hw and humiliation. Cardinal SMior. i.i n. - -w ..1. b .k ' " im.ii i . ..VH.V, iiibi.. ij rv..,,.ni uJliti,i im,..- t.. HH.., t... fares of tie ejty. . VV...VJ. i..1. .. 0n the teUnd. RABBI VOLUNTEER . 199& vl VHat 1 in. 1 ?W& mbbsbbbbbbbi " Bellevue-Stratfor- mMtMMMiMfmMi'm i?, rMiitS SVIJftM , she-ha- d NEGROES K: OF c. nt -- Thou-sand- ji. Z!S C haveS ff ? Sffi. ffi P ,v'uu' of sad-eye- Keys-toner- s I ut I de-rea- dy w ii. j.. ! Sixty-nint- h, .. ..t-- con-tlo- - busi-pill- ng shell-scarre- s bond-certlflla- te book-keepln- g, an-th- at I dese-crat- or ??ti Hert-Searc- T.sW LT 1 tL rhi ,' -- anti-League- - i " m S, . S ' 1 e, ?3bbsiL5bbW 1 bond-certifica- te ii in. .i 4 5 -- - jIHbH : "W' t f "' 1 inftmimmr - )KBBaMBBBaB9BaBBBBBBBlBBBBBBr f ii God-inspir- ''7 I ir - 1 I - i I 5 hero-prie- st Hill -7- ' t r. o, f- "--- .. fr"iSS5 f!2& y?m?. JSZ & !ZL$ , f.,1 4 """". -r- "!5A , u h.. rniatM r. i, ) ary k. feel-po- - i. .. i---j. r-- -- 'mZi Mmmna a ..,.& ,,, , .ts ' 4U fcl ii ; 4 ;- -. - . C KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Published every Saturday. "REFORM" AT THE POLLS. rwtd fo the Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., entered at the Loulivllle Pottolllce ai Second-Cla- Sodl and Moral Advancement of Irkh Americans and Catholics - ' KENTUCKY Incorporate. 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It is strange iro-Germ- an If English rulors sincerely wish to bring contentment to Ireland they mm mh bbs hb know how to do so, or their IgnorHeart-Searc- y machine Our "reform" administration aids the ance Is beyond cure. The method is by protecting the colored repeaters and gamblers In our midst. prescribed in that speech wb4.cH every member of tho British Cabinet whom Miss Ross made her home. may bo presumed to have read over COMING EVENTS. and over again for its noble concept EXPItESS HBAL FEELING. An unusually pretty wedding was October '21 Grand ouchro and solemnized Wednesday morning at of the British Empire and Us stores given to President Do of political wisdom, set forth In lotto party for St. Cecilia's Church, of Anln,,tliina .hurch tn Taffnrsnn The ovationwhen willlam ' Cole led to the Valera wherever ho speaks Is most glowing eloquence. Indeed, so St. Cecilia Hall, aftornpon and lns Rev. altar Miss Carrie Sorg. enthusiastic. In fact, it partakes of clearly is the method there marked October 29 (Fall festival and HalDin nerformed the of a real triumph. It out for dealing with "a peoplo that cmcicen supper ot at. uenis' parisn Michael the character ceremony and celebrated nuptial is the spontaneous manifestation of think they ought to be free- and at Cane Run Improvement Club. mass. Both bride and groom aro October 30 Pall festival and well known and popular in Catholic the feelings of the American peoplo know they are not," that its prinwho know and appreciate tho bless- ciples are accepted as axiomatic and chicken supper by Altar Society of social circles. They are riow on a Agnes church, Newburg road. wedding trip to Chicago, and on ings of freedom with the peoplo of the statesmen who were so blind as St. November 5 Euchre and lotto their return will bo at homo in tho who are striving to obtain not to see them aro spoken of aa for benefit of St. Aloysius church in bungalow Just completed at 912 Ireland the same boon. England's evil genius. How, for Trinity Council Hall, afornoon and East Court avenue. instance, asks the Catholic World, evening. The engagement of Miss Helen AMUSING. November 13 Euchre, lotto and could humanity better articulate its dance of Trlnitv Council. Y. M. I.. ve Landes and Mr. Willlam P. Hennessy is announced, tho marriage It is. real amusing to read In the feelings with regard to Ireland than afternoon and evening. to take place at Holy Trinity church dally press paid advertisements of thus? "You ought not in reason to on Thanksgiving eve. Both are well big trusts and war profiteers telling trifle with so large a mass of the known and popular In Catholic o is the Idea of a Interests and feelings of the human how being social circles, the 1 a daughter of Mrs. Carolyn B. This same class do race. You could at no time do so closed shop. Landes, of East Breckinridge street, stroy compettltion from tho little without guilt; and bo assured you k ...,, and is a member of Holy Trinity g or any other will not be able to do it long with XXXXXXITKH:XXXHr fellow by is connect parish. The groom-to-b- e manner that Impunity." Or, with tho change of ruinous methods In a ed with tho Chief Telegrapher's makes the union labor organization a word or two, wo have tho truly Miss Katherlne Malono Is In St. office of tho L. & N. railroad, and look like a piker. Tho trusts are democratic appeal to public opinion Louis visiting her sister. Mrs. Is a brother of Miss Mayme A. and Harry J. Hennessy, of ' West OaK the originators of the closed shop enunciated in a way that can not Thomas Hogan. street, and a member of St. Louis idea. bo improved upon: "If I were sure Bert. L. Deutsch left Sunday for Bortrand's church. tho colonists had at their leaving El Paso, Texas, to engage in busi POLITICAL TIUCK. INTERESTING BOUT. this country sealed a regular com- ness In that city. Republicans are attempting pact of servltudo, that they had Local Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bosler The Committee of Arrangements to make political capital out of tho solemnly abjured all tho rights of left Thursday to spend a week at of St. William's church invite you lecture of President De Valera, of citizens, that they had made a vow French Lick Springs. the Irish Republic, delivered hero to renounce all Ideas of liberty for MIs3 Marie Conley was a week last Friday, but have met with lit- them and their posterity to all genvisitor at These political trick- erations; yet I should hold myself endMiss Alice Bardstown, the guest tle success. of Crume. COME AND ME OUPi. sters are suggesting that the Irish obliged to conform to the temper I "WHEILO POCTVNt" OU HCi Mrs. Leon Marion is recovering and Irish Americans opposed to tho found universally prevalent in my from her recent Illness and will bo League of Nations should vote own day, and to govern two millions out in about another week. against tho local and State Demo of men, Impatient of servltudo, on cratlc ticket. In other words, com Edward H. Wollmuth, of (Buffalo. bine with" the big negro vote to give tho principles of freedom." Or again, N. Y., was this week the guest of It formulates the principle of fair his grandfather. Dr. g jobs to a lot of fat F. E. Corrigan. play: "It is not what a lawyer tells Republican me I may do, but' what humanity, Mrs. Edward A. Metz. of Chicago. GOOD NEWS. reason and justice tell me I ought has been spending tho week hero to do. Is a politic act the worse with her mother, (Mrs. William T. It is said on good authority that for being a generous one?" Or onco Leary. the" education bill, more, how completely it sweeps Misses Edna Flaherty and Frances which has caused so much discussion away tho plea of tho benevolent Boone, of Bardstown, are here to In tho past few months, Is practically despot: "If you mean to please any take a business course at St. dead. It has been superseded by tho people, you must give them tho boon Helenas. Bankhead bill, which Is much less which they ask not what you may Misses Beth Higgins, of Florence objectionable from tho Catholic think better for them, but of a kind Place, and O'Connor, of Ivan-hoe Court, left 'Monday to spend ton to see this bout at their euchre and point of view and which can bo wholly different." . days In Now York. easily amended into a very good lotto next Wednesday afternoon and But of what use to Ireland are all evening. ,, , bill. This should bo good news to'n, ., 1.1 Mr. and Mrs. """ ,u"ura " an """" UUtCOB and son Leo Theodore Schulthels "" those who feared that tho Smith-- ! a contended Ireland"" Is reallv an returned tho first of LLOYD GEORGE'S SOLICITUDE. Towner bill meant tho ruin OI nH4nnf rtf rlaalA Thn iH.mltnct In. the week from a pleasant visit to relatives and friends at Jasper, Ind. Catholic education. News .that Lloyd George ls rush terest In her affairs is manifested by that faction which makes no Tho little daughter of Mr. and ing to complete a scheme of Irish LITTLE CHANGE. secret of its view that a subject Mrs. John M. Riley ls recovering government before the homo rule rapidly from tho effects of her bill passed in 1914 corned into opera ' ireianu is tne loremost consldera- T.ittio nwH roenrdinf Trsi operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary. tion automatically at the end of the Bituation has developed during the tlon compared with which war will surprise no ono. Tho bill Miss The plan to precipitate n,ent ls only a secondary matter. In- Twenty-3ixt- h Estella King, of 428 North of 1914 was a homo rule measure street, has been confrom it armed resistance by suppressing all d.J;ea tnore ls soofl reason to believe fined to her home the past several that was .far be theperfect; but of promised to beginning & ih& will Is not lacking to Sinn Fein organizations seems to days with a threatened attack of something better. When the. war failed completely. For that we bro11 tho natives with thejr rulers, appendicitis. burst upon Europe this measure was passed with tho proviso that it aro thankful. Armed' rebellion at ana t0 Bet affairs In such a tangle Charles and should this time would be worse than futile, !aa the British Government alone can was Miss Gasper Huber, bride, who the end not become operative until Emma ot tha war. Since that time have re- It would bo disastrous. If tho unravel. At least so it has been of turned from their wedding .trip and conditions have changed. (Lloyd England Is to be congratulat-adhere- d are receiving their friends at 219 Georce ls now a bitter foe of Irish policy of passive resistance can bo Joienationaiity; in lull no posed as a to by the Irish people, a e(1 that amongst her spns sho has East Kentucky street. friend of Ireland. In 1914 the Irish change for the, better should come not a few vh havothe courage to Mrs. Carolyn Landes an- to accept homo tell her frankly what she needs to nounced the engagement has her people were satisfied their difficulty. before long. of .rule as a solution of. know, and what she would not listen daughter, Miss Helen E. Landes, to Not so today. Three-fourtof the MATTER OF REGRET. to from Irish lips. Tho advantage William P. Hennessy. Their mar voters of Ireland have declared by of plain words over honeyed phrases riage will take place In November. their ballots lor and absolute senaration from Enc-n or 1'resiaent does not need t0 bo pointed out tnIX me The marriage of Mlss ' Acnes land. The old home rule bill Is on nis speaKing tour is a the wls0( It win bo an OTll day f( wiison Marie Bohlsen and DanielJ. Morlarl-ldeabut Lloyd George wants to fix matter or sincere regret tnrougnout England when, she has no car jfor ty will take place next Tuesday, and up out of it a sort of makeshift .., vuu.w. i.uv .buu nam trums, Tne picture wmca' wo will be an event of interest to their measure, that will divide Ireland and wide still be or Nations which he has been ad- - n ATnvr in r minda of tho t yrant ances. circle of friends and acquaint- promisescalled a home rule bill. The . to Ulster roust be kept, he vocating will believo that his Illness Is wrong seated in power and sursays. 'How about the promises to a misfortune. We rounded by flattery, at this time is Prominent among the Louisvlllo the rest of Ireland? Theso must are inclined to think, however, that arrivals York last week were not be kept Ibecauso the (British W. J. iBalrd, B. Kaufman, F. R. Liberals got all they wanted from his tour bad not helped the league Attend the Rosary devotions and Morris, F. Schmltt, Mr. and (Mrs. B. poor John Redmond and his party. very much. He was received honor Mary, the Queen, of the G. Green, Mrs. A. G. Conrad, W. J. Therefore no faith Is to bo kept respectfully as tho President of tho ngary, Keefe. John R. Vogol and A. C. with them. That ls the logic of the Prewitt. situation which appeals to Lloyd nation, but his arguments railed to George, who regards a promise as make the 'deep impression that was BARDSTOWN. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Lewis, now something to be lived up to only as expected. On the wholet we believe on extended Western wedding trip, his Historic old St. Joseph's College will return October 29 and be at half Interest demands it.ruleEven the he would much better have remained granted measure of home In Washington. With such heavy at (Bardstown had as its guest home at 1321 South Brook street. to Ireland .under the spur of ex'Margaret R. pediency in 1914 must now be taken Mrs. Lewis was duties welgh'ing upon him, the Presi- recently His Excellency the Governor Finegan, 'daughter Miss Mr.-of and Mrs. away. Well, It ls no more than we dent should not have undertaken the of Kentucky. Gov. Black was Intro- John Finegan. expected. We have reached that duced by the Hon.' Frank E. added burden of a speaking tour. point where we expect nothing for Daugherty, an alumnus of the Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott AckJey an- Ireland from British statesmen. We college, i In a forceful talk the nounce the engagement of their would not believe them under oath DE6PERATE. upon .hie daughter, Miss Rose C. Delaney to if they promised anything for IreImpressed Governor When the Irish Nationalist Th True Voice notes thai Senator hearers the duty of obedience to the James W. WIckham, of Dubuque. land. laws of the land and on leaving he Iowa. Their marriage will be party home xule Hitchcock has again characterized shook hands, with each of the boys solemnized on November 12 at St. and towas working for hands with obtain It joined all opponents ot ratification ot the anfl nnwwl hafiire their rurmtu'Aa. An Columba's ehurch. the Liberals In Parliament, we ex- Jpart of .the celebration of Columbus pected something from the coali peace treaty aa it stand as Announcement has been received tlon. The Liberals got their measures bokhevlkl and anarchists. day the pupils of the school listened to a very Instructive and entertain- here marriage of. Irene through first with the .aid of the Th Democratic leader must be ing lecture by Brother Ignatius on Rom, of the of this elty,MissRay D. Nationalists, but when tt came Ireformerly to growing dewwite. To ealljaames the life of the great navigator. His Bonneau, of Minneapolis, where MIse land's turn to get something out of Is ear: but'lt to not argumtmt. And feature was illustrated4 with- - hand- Ross has made her home the past the union there was a break. We some slides. "St. Joseph's Is having few years. The nwurrlage took plaee have lost faith n British promises. tt lnrltt reprisals. Seaator most prosperous year alnoe its on Ootofoer 8, and a,reeeptlon was Ireland wIH get nothing exoept what to the fact the caHd attention reopening. One hundred nd Ir held at th horn of xbe brat oan he foroed fom Bogalnd by the J. R. Davidson, with publia opinion of the world. that Mr. Hitchcock was no always pupils are present aow. . 'aunt, a mmmtammmmi m ma m The Catholic Church stands as a d bulwark of defense between the Socialists, Bolshevlkl, bomb throwers and America, and where you find a gathering of these anarchists you will find a nest of enemies of the Catholic Church, and naturally an organization of A. P. Knights of A.'s, Junior Orders, Luther, etc. half-bake- FAIIl TLAY. Him oven-ivll- le Economy helps For the 20th Century Housewife t With Tested Recipes is the title of an exceptionally practical little cook book which Miss Grace Otter, Supervisor of our Home Economy Department, will be glad to send or hand you upon request. Call at our Home Economy Exhibit at our main office building, 3 1 1 - iiiC n " '" vlf? - West Chestnut street, or telephone Main or City, 2182, and Miss Otter will see that you receive a copy. J LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. (Incorporated) I SQGIETY. brlde-to-b- price-cuttin- The Price of Electricity and Gas in Louisville Homes Before the War During the War -- After the War, the Same Low Prices No Advance. ; -- To the Democrats of Hie cr??&3& rgaVgWa-s,?- KNOCK DOWN carpet-baggin- office-seeker- s. State of Kentucky: VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT - - mSm Smith-Town- er -- JAMES VCWJ jMliaBfJK; VZ BLACK For Governor JAMES D. BLACK ' ; I ..i FOR GOVERNOR 'SftfSsS --I . 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Your support is respectfully solicited. &Stif. , J&.,r lz".. :- -, SOEENTUOKY ASSORTED NUTS wN IRISH A3VEBeiOAJ.i (Some people are maeo f c ; pinging UP BiU ( X NAlLllE-!!- ucet a cqu out op ( ffiko UTtT YoUri J e-'- 1 fCTt- piB rue co op don't o we bum our er - .J : ' v- ' ! I'L-- J TT ?o ? v - T .? AN JW XN "NX A Takc '( ( ' ' ( . ' That AGMH2-JBaby AGGRAVATING" llll Jllm NO MAMM- A- Wi XTn J , I'm crusr iB - V him smile wrru A GL0VE Stretcher.!- RYIN: TO MAKE TM FClloU mho To TAKC aiNNC Allows hii wtfC itsoi j . . i r V "I" ! 'I 'I' 'I 'l H f JM Jmm YYYv-fff1Hfv-YV-'itv-wJlof bombs and machine guns. the Illinois Central and representing "Read any impartial history or the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Ireland, and you will learn what this k welcomed the representatives of Ire- rule has meant for Ireland, what she t cause in the Gaelic language, has suffered at England's hands. land's extending to them the greetings of Some of these sufferings arc listed Exquisitely cleaned on ( Wo cater especially to tho trade of working people. It Is our aim Kentucky and her people, to which In Ireland's official case as presented Gives ailfthty Oration to President of the Irish President responded in the in Paris." to handle only the best goods, made in Union Factories. Being out t short notice. language England nor the world Touching upon the League of Na- of the HIGH RENT DISTRICT our prices are lower than Jjish Republic and Ills could over crush tions. President De Valera was dis and knowing the wants of tho working class, wo make our Colleagues. In the course of his address, appointed because no provision was prices right and tho terms to suit every purchaser. Wo have a which was frequently punctuated made for Irish Independence, though 10c department in vhlch wo handle the used goods which wo sell t with applause and demonstrations of many nations unheard of heretofore Cleaned the government either for cash or on payment. Wo solicit a call to look over approval, President De Valera said have been given freedom. England. e You will roceivo courteous treatment whether you buy way. We know how! Great Mast Meeting Hacks Ireland' In part: ho said, wants the leaguo covenant, J. 5c or not. "Every nation has a right to Its because it will hold Ireland under They come back to you Demand For National Independence. This is an elemental her sway. His opposition to the sterile and clean. right which has its foundations in leaguo is because it will not achieve Freedom. N. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnut and 434 S. Twelfth k Best Cigars the very nature of man. Our feel- the purpose for which the United ings and aspirations call out as un- States entered tho war, which has rTTT I' T 'V T T TTTm mistakably for the freedom of the to do with tho right of small nations Do Vnlern, Rynn, AVnlsh nnil "Washer family called the nation as for the to and tho freehelps to Our service freedom of the Individual. The dom of all peoples. The Irish leader Stir Atidlenro That Filled struggles and sacrifices of peoples in asked indorsement by tho people and You'll Never Make a Mistake in Ordering Our knock the bottom out of the pursuit of freedom since the Government of tho United States of Theater. cost of clothing. dawh of history glvo ample proof, if tho Irish Republic, represented by a It wore needed, that the desire for s majority of tho Irish freedom is natural, real, universal Parliament. Ho declared that IreFor Your New Home It Has the Quality. and intense. But proof is not need- land has been a nation as many A RECORD NIOnT FOR IRELAND. Your light colored garSs ed. No man or woman thousands of years as tho United We have the largest Indeanywhero will today deny a nation States has been a nation for hunINCORPORATED ments can be dyed by pendent rord Sepalr Shop In Its right to freedom. For over a dreds of years. Ireland, ho rep the city. BROOK AND A STS. " our method, which gives Our modern facilities tfinuannrl vnnra TrnlnTwl ontnuail Lf resented, is no more a part of Great mean Eamon Do Valora, skilled service at reasonable ! Independence. Her Nthem that newness and cost. the Irish Republic, and eSLi0nttul nrnanArnuQ ini! hnnnv people were Britain than are the free American his In tVmli GET OUR FBICES leagues, Harry J. Boland, M. P., natlvo civilization. Every corneriwn States, and asserted that Ireland's freshness so desired by "Any Make Car Towed In" BLACK & DECKER Secretary of the Sinn Fein organiza- the known earth benefitted by of conditions aro exactly those which well dressed people. the caused tho American Colonies to tion In Ireland, and Hon. Michael J. DUGAN GARAGE U'OKTABLE ELECTING DRILLS Ryan, of Philadelphia, one of the fruits of their culture. But then fight and win their Independence. armed As proof of the Irish unity on tho IRA J. DUQAN, American delegates to the Paris con- - Imperial Imperialism spurred on by to 8 Sizes greed came upon them. question, ho reported that seventy-nin- e Shop Foreman and General ferenco, arrived in iLouisvIlle last .i v Manager were native A i iieu out of 103 Irishmen in Parliaiiiaiiiuuuiia 1315 SOUTH BHOOIC CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. STOERT X destroyed, the country was devastod ment favored Irish freedom, and a and depopulated by iiro and sword, plebiscite recently showed that only INCORPORATED given a mighty ovation. Long bo Cleaners & Dyers out or 1,500,000 .Irish roro tnelr arrival there was a and a long era of political and 300,000 a.'KJ V, Main Street Ruth IM1011CH l.'! which gathering that overflowed tho Tenth-stre- Industrial suppression begun present voters favored British rule. THE VERY BEST is continued down to the Phones 2207 Hon. Michael J. Ryan delivered sheds and station and extend- day with a consistent unity of an address that stirred tho audience ed out in tho street. Office 6 17 Fourth Ave. The distin- purpose. guished visitors were met at the colony, Ireland was not an English to the highest enthusiasm and for Plant 909 S. Sixth St. train by 'Rev. John O'Connor, Rev. Invaded but ever since the English over an hour held 'his hearers "spelltoher It. was a most convincing Patrick Walsh, T. F. McQuire. ward Ireland shores their policy tho bound. on Thomas Walsh, William (M. Higgins, Immoral Ideas has been based old na- - presentation of Ireland's case and on which the ; won over many to the cause of free j Tt. . ,r v t,ons of Europe bas"ed the treatment dom for Ireland from England's SOFT DRINKS ' Ohio River Fish wCn emerged Into the open of thelr coionles, and on which Eng- ". galling yoke. ?rrcs dentlal land based her treatment or her Resolutions the sentiRECEIVED DAILY. rsoundcd w"1: colonies, that colonies existed only ment of tho embracingand calling r?nVZSnlJl while they proceeded meeting OHIO RIVER to be exploited tho past tho Hibernians and committees regardless of thobyrights motherland, upon Kentucky's Senators to act and and wishes vote for justice to Ireland before to tho waiting automobiles. Hundreds waved the American and Irish of the colonists. England's Amer- confirming the covenant of the Republic flags and such scones of ican colonies stood this treatment League of Nations were adopted The SIIULEU AXLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Now Is tho time to Iqok up that old enthusiasm have rarely 'been wit- but for a short while; then they without a dissenting voice. by Irish representatives expressed themexpelled tho revolted INCORPORATED beaver, felt and velour hat and bring nessed in Louisville. Aftor reach- which It and maintained. forces was Ireland, selves as heartily gratified with their President De with even greater right, has similar- reception and visit to Louisville and It ta us and liavo It cleaned, dyed and ing the Seelbach Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. Valera and and reshaped Into the latest fall styles. PnilrtpmiqK' Messrs. Ryan nmaoBoland ly been in revolt, continued now for appreciation of the efforts of T. J. TTnrn lwolvm1 Mm A SPECIALTY. centuries, but her McGuIre before leaving Saturday for GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY LochI unci Lour Distance Phones Also ostrich (feathers cleaned andlthev wnrw ontr.rtntnr.rl nt r, .linnor over seven Parkway 2 being less Indianapolis. South 903 geographical position JONES AND N STREETS prslded over by Charles J. Cronan, favorable, she has not succeeded yet & Boyer Fish Co. curled. LOUISVILLE, ICY. covers being laid for fifteen. In winning herself ifree. RASERALL EXPERTS (?) The public meeting was held at "The war alms of the 311 East Jefferson Street. tho Mary Anderson Theater, which were as expressly contained Irishmen Falls City Works was so overcrowded long in PresiAbout tho funniest thing connectHome City 1061. before tho pronouncements as ed with the World's baseball series HARVEY-JELLIChour that it was necessary to close dent Wilson's O 713 WEST JEITEBSON STREET war alms of America. was the attempts of tho socalled the doors, hundreds after hundreds as were the too, was Their fight, 'to make the baseball experts to alibi themselves being unable to gain admittance. Tho North Sido place to a (INCORPORATED) stage, 'boxes and balconies were world hassafe right to live In.' Ire- after picking the Chicago White a land her tastefully decorated with tho Amer- She has long and earnestly rreodom. Sox to completely annihilate tho demand- Cincinnati Reds, Theso high salaried r ican and Irish colors and the ed BODY'S couplo of critics CLEANER animated and Immense' audience pre- withit,a and riow demandsIs It again games artor the first extremely no misvoice that there were said the Reds sented a scene not soon to bo forDISTRIBUTORS OF THE Last Decombor at gotten. Upon tho stago were seated understanding. held throughout the lucky, and if this or that hadn't NORTON BUILDING tho elections m.u. happened tho Chicago team would tho Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue. pro- have won, and then when tho Reds MILLER&SON many clergymen from the city and country immense majorities H. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson High- Independ claimed their deslro for won again and again Manager JVUJLOfS, surrounding country and numerous ence and for tho establishment of Gleason was blamed for not getting of Louisville's most pWCl&fmfiSlJfODELtHG citizens men of nil representative tho republic. The representatives instructions from them as how to CALL US FOR Place your next order with creeds and when elected 'accordingly met in a run his team. The joke after all Is races. When tho committee arrived National Parliament and newspaper syndfeates on SUITS MADE TO ORDER at the theater there was loug con- proclaimed the Independenceformally pay tho such bunk information. who Irefor tinued and tremendous applause, land and ratified the republic, of FOR LADIES AND GIIENTS when the people of Louisville showed had already been proclaimed In which 1916. LINE TO CORK. FOR ALL PURPOSES unmistakably their friendly feeling It now remains for the other nations Whero work Is quickly Remodeled nndAltcrcd Where tho liouio Is ana what tho think or Ireland's of done; Kentucky Consumers Oil Company brightest ; According to Associated Press disthe world, and In particular for 511 S. THIRD ST., POPE ULDG. claim to justice and liberty. Attorney the American nation, to decide patches the Cork Development Asso- Where the work Is cooking seems Whero Louisville Kentucky Phono City 2103 Wo Call and Deliver Thomas Walsh in his always happy whether they will recognize tho ciation has received a cablegram real fun; lightest; manner presented Hon. Ben S. supremacy of tho people's will and Irorn Heniy Ford stating that he U Washer as the Chairman for the Whero baking gives deU considering running a line or steam Where' tho meal whether they will evening who was to Introduce choice, or recent professions abandon ers to Ireland. light; cooked best; j(nnd In all their Messrs. De Valora and Ryan, aud if America's case consistent national Whero drudge Is out of Where tho range stands much was expected of him none were traditions as well), and admit that laptvki aid Abntnnil Nails Seleitiflcatyr Trutts XEW VICE CHANCELLOR. sight the test disappointed. Surveying the brilliant they are Influenced not by considwhero That's th the whero Thnt'a assemblage, that packed the stage, Or. Uriah Z. Lltsey Funeral Directors Rev. Francis X. Drlscoll, secreby a shameful of right, "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes boxes and every seat from pit to erations for might.butTheir ehoico Is tary to Bishop Charles E. McDonregard Chiropbdiat In. in. dome, he expressed appreciation of to champion the peaceiui ruio of nell, or Brooklyn, has been appointEmbalmers. 007 tho honor, and when he introduced Irishmen by themselves or else the ed Vice Chancellor or the Brooklyn Quick Mal G Rallies Sold, liiktallcd and Highly Rnconimoadad President De Valera tho audience imposed bloodstained rule of Ireland diocese. Father Drlscoll Is a grad Storks Telephone 1022 215 was on its feet In an outburst of naiiaut maintained by uate or the Amorlcan College In cheering and flag waving that lasted by English foreigners,poison gas ana Rome, .bolng ordained there in W MARKET ST. Bath Pbraoi 'CIO FJffil-I-I AVENUE2 fnr anmr. ttrnn nnrl iinMI fn cnnfilAp their bayonets, their March, 1017. w...w ....v UW UUV.. V..W UWM.l.. ' ( WW !. .o..U .UUUk. w . l.- V VW WUU....i. i i i i i WV y i(ici(i Y YYYYYY yYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY fMMfc Sr tttX FINE GOWNS Men's Clothing SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash Little L ! KENTUCKY took his place, Daniel McCarthy, K BROWN & MELVILLE else-whorsop-ara- - e, K to - our-good- s. - RockingH.C.LBoat I Made! 1" ww.v.v.Yw.v.w.Yw.Yv.AcyYYvVy DYEING ruKUS REPAIRED four-fifth- fair-mind- LUMBER OO. FKED O. JONB)S ,'i-- 10 7-- SWISS TftTTftTtfTTtt fLrL fE'E? c. '" et EPPING'S Fresh tl, Ladies' Hats nSSn Segal Straw FRED ERHART ARCHITECT COAL CO. QUALITY SERVICE) r"SSfcvl'cy?c Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal u. Oil and Grease Where the QuicR Meal Comes In CORNS,BUNIONS H.B0SSE$S0N and I I GEHER & SON, " . W i W W W W TTTTTT-T-r-T--T--f-- f W ASSORTED NUTS Im,NI C IBringing UP $ BM1 5D-5- 0 IS .FAie ENOUGH AT TUAT JL &&!&''M ,tvA ? i ilk - a , f ,1 OOr4 GEE W' f '1U- " ( A LWL , ' -- t JftJlBLJB-- cli - 1 CENT , yi nB: . j ' H t , W T Bur so- - 7 SV J P0USWNUT.! i OW.V TWO LCS&ONS . ft. sOfAf t'OV SKeO ftCOU)t APTCRTAIlNl! T iJUV-Tni- r Sji,. I K IH DRIHtJ-- . "'A '" '" "" "i " )ii n1 ' "' fl" '" '""" 11 s&i, kboftjoicy irijsxi ASSORTED NUTSl I (H'lii jxjsaa&xELOAJX. imi.lt $ 9 T 3rnffin KS ( CAK1"ANY OF TWB SCHOLAGS( "TEIL ME THE. V PLUCALOPUE SXOQb MAW? - Qp TpfPB J MEM " ffitMU--( S. VILLIE-WOW -- pbctm M 2 . htat l tha- t-- -- AT - I GWE HE N THE PLURAL OP ''TH .---- WOIZD WOMAM? VOP VEBY toOD- p NOW THINK cQO AND M HE "THE PLU&AU J -CHILD - ' f , Tunuo I P -J !l f '( N T Vd , 1 IP-LET- TEACHER. flVtC SIMP WHO 'PCANUT 1M ORlMtfSABoX OF VOTTH 8B.TT-e"TaAFBlCh4- fulHO BCD TH ROAT A - bOKL .,. i- - i relies much on lavnion who aro filled take nart in It. with the spirit of charity and with l "Under the direction of tho a genuine zeal for social justice, to or assistant, tho parish girls' help her in communicating the glad club can do much to help the waytidings to all nations. ward boy or girl. An older companA third reason for the activo and ion can exerciso a good influence Invfiil TnntlMnnHrm nf 1111 lnltv in ' over a boy or girl who is becoming Reasons For Taking Up Practical social service is the spirit of tho neglectful about hls religious duties, times. This has ngntiy Deen cauea or has 'been brbUght boforo tho Soclnl Work by Catholic "the ago of the social conscious Juvenile court for petty offenses. Ln'lty. ness." Men are awakening to a In many oases It will be possible to stronger sense of their obligations get persons of leisure from tho towards their less fortunate breth- parish to visit tho juvenile court ren. We realize that "social prog- and interest themselves dn cases of Participation of Common Human ress" clonanrin nn tho united efforts wayward boys and girls. In every of all classes of society, and on city a branch of tho Big Brother and Nature Is the Bond That ildelity to tno new concept oi so- Big Sister movement should be orcial responsibility that must bo ganized." Unites. fn rJlV ilAvnlnnnrl nf TllVt1f ft CATHOLIC CONGRESS. opinion, in officials, and among those to whom is entrusted, tne so- In view of the Zionist movement Church Today Relies Much on Lay- cial and moral welfare of the com-- ! munlty. i and the new Jewish era that Is now men Filled With Spirit Moreover, wo have a special duty opening for Palestine it Is obvious in these days of materialism and that international action is called Charity. of to keep for on tho part of Catholics to "scientific philanthropy" alive the spirit of genuine charity, guarantee their Interests in tho Holy tho charity of Christ, which has Land. This would In any event bo highest Importance at tho days gone worked THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES. by, and wonders in produce equally j of the reconstruction period. tho present An which will Catholic Palestine happy results In our own time. We international certainly do not admit the state-- 1 Congress has therefore been called ment made 'by Prof. Dovlne dn his to meet at Einsledeln In Switzerland, There Is no longer any doubt, that book, "Principles of Relief," "Tho the famous place of pilgrimage, the day of Catholic social activity Is ifiAn of nh.iritv. attractive and in October 21 to 25 of the present fully upon us. The Bishops in tho spiring at one stage of social develop year. Its purpose Is the federation conference at Washington, D. C, ap- ment, becomes In time oonoxious, of all Catholic societies and organipointed a committee of laymen for and as permanent element in the zations interested in the Holy Land "Catholic lay activities." All that relation between classes, it becomes into an International Palestine League, and the establishment of a remains for us to do is to set forth an anomaly." briefly the excellence of .this commissariat of this No doubt one cause of tho wide- permanent Invitations and to Indicate the oppor- spread, social discontent of our time union at Jerusalem. tunities for the highest type of social is tho decay of real charity dn tho have been sent to the episcopacy service that it offers to tho Catholic hearts of our "people. We rather and the Holy (Land societies of laity. hold to the opinion of Miss Kathe-rln- e Europe and America asking them to Participation of a common human Conway, who referring to tho appoint delegates to this convention. nature is tho bond that unites all practical social work of tho Sisters It Is the wish of the Holy Father men into one great .family. All other of tho Good Shepherd says that "as that all nations should interest connections arise out of this rela- long as we have the sad old story themselves In these Invitations. Tho tionship. Mankind is the first and of sin and human frailty, so long convention Is thus to prove a beautigreatest family, to which, by nature, will there be work or these good ful realization of universal Catholic we all belong. Therefore Its woes religious." We may add that as brotherhood at tho sacred places and sorrows should be our first con- long as human nature remains what where was enacted the redemption cern. Our Divine Saviour Himself It Is, with Us downward tendencies, of tho world. has strongly impressed upon us the its selfishness and sad limitations, importance of sympathy for our so long will there be large work for GIVEN PAPAL HONOR. suffering brother. For He made men and women who aTe Inspired Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, of fraternal love the test of His true with the charity born of faith in followers. In fact, wo can do Christ, and who aro strengthened Now York, has received from Home nothing that Is more In keeping with with tho supernatuarl motives that a Papal bull nominating William P. our human nature and more befit- have wrought marvels for the up- Larkin, of New York, Overseas Diting tho society of which we aro lift and regeneration of man. rector of the Knights' of Columbus, members than practice charity, and And finally social work, under- a Knight Commander of the Order Tho so help to lighten the burdens of a taken with tho Tight motives, will of St. Gregory the Great. brother handicapped in the race of help not only those to whom our Papal brief ha3 attached to It the life. For by doing this wo are good efforts are directed, but Will seal of Peter the Fisherman, the contributing to the solidity of the benefit ourselves. We can not do historic seal of the Catholic, church very foundation of society. Social good toxour neighbor without reap- attached to all tho great ecclesiastipeace and happiness are largely ing personal advantage. The ex- cal documents of history. The bull based on mutual trust and forbear- tent of the Toward will depend upon Is written In Latin, lt3 translation YpiiAnro of the virtue of being a record of the reason why ance and helpfulness. But all this im means more than mere charity that Inspires us. We love Larkin has had the honor conferred It implies a steady purpose to do God when wo love our noignuur. upon him his eminence as a lawyer our share In the alleviation of This virtue banishes from the heart and publisher and his services to the great tho cause of democracy as a Didistress and tho 'blotting out o,f selfishness and social evils and grievances. "Go thou, obstacles to spiritual growth and rector of the Knights of Columbus and do likewise,,'! is itlyo divine tho source of many evils and imper- war relief work. behest spoken to all of us, but fections. But when we' are charlt-ahl- y SAVINGS CAMPAIGN. especially to the Catholic, who must Interested In tho ills of others, act on the belief that faith without wo aro apt to forget" our own good works avails nohlng. Mrs. George Burklby, who did The troubles. iHonco St. Vincent uo world at large, moreover, has come Paul Instructed the men of his day such good work organizing children to realize, through the lessons of nnt tn rtoft from the misery and societies for the Red Cross, has been tho last five painful years, that no wretchedness that surrounded them, appointed Louisville Chairman In real national progress and pros- but to grapple boldly with unese tho present thrift, campaign. Mrs. perity aro possible without tho spirit problems, and tnus leanr tne heaven- Burkley, who has entered the worK of service in tho hearts of men. ly art of making others and them- enthusiastically, expects to 'bo ablo It will ill to organize a thrift society In each But we aro jiot only members of selves happy by the great human family, but also bocome us, who are dally reminded parochial school and academy. She Christians and children of the Cath- of the power of the Christian faith, will bo assisted hy Miss Camilla olic church. This is a second and to be outstripped by others in tho Detert. who Is In charge of tho more forceful reason for participat- work of social welfare. Now Is the women's activities In Louisville of Tho the National War Council. ing, each one according to his op- day of social reconstruction. portunity, in the call has gone out to do this work TLANS ORPHAN HOME. Ours Is tho Church of the Apostles, In tho spirit of faith. 'For we are and wo are called upon to be bid to help to "renew all things In Bishop Ryan of Alton, 111., Is plan"apostles," messengers and doers of Christ. good In our own way. In the earlius refer only to one kind of ning to erect an orphanage of splenLot est period of her life, as we read in work which has been recommended did dimensions and equipment. It the Acts of the Apostles, there were to pur laity by the National Catholic will be of stone and brick, having appointed "seven men of good repu- War Council, In Its "Outline of a a frontage of 300 feet, with wings lis center building, tation, full of the Holy Ghost and Social Service Programme." It is a 100 feet. wisdom," who were appointed to service of tho greatest utility, and A chapel, will havo a depth of 209 The central building will bo minister to the bodily wants of the it is to be hoped that many of our feet. needy brethren. Tho church today Catholic young men and women will Gothic. 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Con- -, tains ipecac and chlorate of potash to help prevent pyorrhea. Newburjh-cu-lbo- Iludjoa - vl NffVo:k sold jyr xiihj STORES, BUSGHMEYER DRUG Third lind Broadway. Fourth and Jefferson. r jfk - . , ' - 5Vould They Know You By Your Teeth? M. J. 8AXN0H, rrtsWiAt awl NiHgr. P. IAKKQN, IS., VIm Pns. and Tritr. I; R BANNON PIPE ad 73-178- CO. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, BaRBea's Patent Lidded Flvefer Steam Cenaait, Wall CfiBiB, BraiR Tile, Vitriflea Brick, Fire freeHaE. Flue LIbUs. Fire ttlcUl Better Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teas. 1 Grate OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. WORKS-TkirtMHtli i f CUMB, MAIN S07. PHONES CITY ad BreekiHritlt am Niotk aad Magaslia (I II MHala.l Cottrlll, Paul Mallon, Emmet DesMembers Here and mond, Charles Stroebel, Joseph Brown, Sergt. Charles Dacey, Jerry We Give and Redeem Gold Trading; Stamps. Hallahan, Mark Pric, Robert Tully, Eugene Andrlot, Charles Ki&fer, A new council will soon be estabMessrs. and Who fiLadies', Auxiliary kit SoutH John Hallahan; Terry Swann, Henry Schilling, lished In Willows, near Sacramento. Omaha lias 'boen ,vpry actiyo and holds largo meetings. James Twohig. A council at Jefferson is tho latest 1 Division 3 met last night and addition to the ranks in Iowa. ALWAYS IQNDliY. heard reports from the newly elect A council Tvill bo instituted at ed County Board officers. Estherville, Iowa, on October 26. gen-- . Division 1 of Sacramento has sot . What a rand, old, courteous There aro 200 candidates for the Postponed fourth degree at Kansas the second Sunday in November for u new members. tne inmation or thS White House SaBS received-a- t Division 3 of Indianapolis has set after the return of President Wil-- f San Francisco Knights a fine every man ' BOn, seriously ill from tho over- - three days' celebration in honor of out to enroll as members of Irish extraction in St. Patrick's pvprUon and nervous strain of his Columbus day. pansn. Since the i irqt of tho .year Louis tour of the West, were these kindly President John H. words from His Eminence of Balti- - ville Council has increased Its membership over 800. ' Hennessey is still confined to his more: Tinma irfltli nn fitfnnlr nt mnimilii. "I hpIT in PXnrPSS: mv llfi.lrtffilt The new council just instituted at sympathy for the President In his Lexington,. Neb., starts .with a 1U1 promising membership. "One Hundred for Christmas" is "uur " 1""e' uu,?. "V1 1"UJ' HAS ATTRACTED THOUSANDS OF BUYERS. the slogan of tho Seattle Hibernians. , hIa ?ar?y recovery. ThTee hundred received the fourth degree at Dubuque last Sunday, Tho Western Freeman hints that THERE ARE STILL DESIRABLE 1UiWmunu' Archbishop Keane was one of the this will be easy. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Sioux - Her many 'fridg wm be glad speakers. City Js having an Interesting series t0 know that Mrs. Jerry Hallahan During the past eight months In-Irish history evenings at the wa8 aDie t0 Do up Thursday, and Is dlanapolls Council initiated over homes of members. 'on tjje way 0 recovery from a cold 500 candidates, "who were compll- South Bend Hibernians wero attack that confined her to her bed mented with a banquet last Sunday, ready with an elaborate reception for several days. Sacramento Knights will tender IN MANY KINDS OP a public reception on October 23 to tor president uo vatera wnen ne i arrived there Tuesday. j members who have 'been discharged PLANS FOR SOCIAL. from the military and naval service. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Sioux City make a study of Irish 'history Tho ladles and young girls of St, t Elizabethtown Council celebrated at the homes of members a feature Mary's church aro requested to the patrcnal feast of the ordei by attend a meeting at the school hall, holding the Installation of officers, that Is gaining popularity. A Joint entertainment is soon to Eight and Cedar streets, on Sunday followed by a banquet on Tuesday, FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Among" the honor guests invited be held in Seattle with Tacoma afternoon, October 19 at 4 o'clock. Hibernians as guests. Prospective i Tne purpose of this mooting is to to the Discovery day 'banquet at Come now, as they will not last long at the prices. formulate plans for a social to bo Indianapolis was the President of members will also too invited. given the early part of November. Choice offerings inn all departments. the Irish Republic, Eamon De The Ladles' Auxiliary of Indian, Valera. apolis turned out In a body to meet m,Mix. naviiw Arrangements are being made by President De Valera upon his arrival a at the Union Depot in that city. iMtw n. Mtfnian ,Is Newport Council for wiu mission for De neia in wnicn ', Tatt O'llrlnn ' ,..,LZ -Cnnntv President Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery ar. Sacred Heart Adem? flw wSS" will arrange for an Instllatlon of tho county officers soon and a reception tnat are helpful and most interest- - i r, Kehoe Council at Ludlow cele- entertainment for the ball team' a orateu uoiumoua aay wim an en- Senators New and Watson In tertainment In their new hall. Hon. HIGH GRADE COFPEE letters to the Indianapolis County JEFFHRSONVILLL. Frank E Daughertyi of Bardstown, Board express themselves as being 'Wednesday morning tho, Rev. ' was the principal speaker. Coffco, lb 40c to GOc in favor of Irish independence right Sacramento .Kinghta arc doing now. Oderic Auer, St. Anthony's church,! Tea, lb 80c to $1.25 much, tof building the membership. San Francisco Hibernians are performed the marriage of George Coco, lb 40c a.... interesting confident that 10,000 more new O. StemlerT who Is an assistant store-- , They will provide Baking Powder 30c to OOc discharged at tho Government Depot,. tertainment for members October 23. members will join tho nine divisions Extract, per tube 30c n,i Mi ..,; ArifATunpnmr.. darh-- from the war service on Newport -- 1. there before the membership drive MWV. ..auw Mn The new auditorium at 2Cc Pio Filling. ICJ closes. t iUl. tuu uuin v.u.&o uoiv Is progressing rapidly, as is also Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) 25c Miss Ada Gannon, under the meyer, of Jeffersonvllle. the remodeling of club house, and auspices of the Ancient Order, adit is expecled that the formal dediCONFIR3IS CHILDREN. dressed an immense audience at cation of the hall will take place on Sioux City, speaking on Ireland's Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, i"a "usivmB uuy. freedom. There la a movement on root in Bishop of Louisville, iwho has been ' Tom Lynch, S. J. MoElllott, T. J. making a confirmation tour over the Cincinnati to have the members of Langan, John Burke and other of diocese, was this week in Western the Ham ton county councils equip TWO-PIECDivision 4 members spoke on differ- Kentucky, officiating in Paducah the scIenUflc department of the now SUITS ent views of tho De Valera lecture last Sunday, M was his intention St Xav er Un versity in Avondale. at Division 4's session. visitation to a number of The cost will be about $15,000. Three-piec- e to make a New Albany Council had a most Daniel McCarty, who "welcomed churches in that section. enjoyable Discovery day celebration De Valera in his native tongue, told Mbnday night In the Y. M. I. club of his. personal impressions of the DUBLIN JDEMORIAL CHURCH. WE ARK RESPONSIBLE. house. Rev. Father Wicke, returned Irish President at Division 4's meeting (Monday evening, BEST SERVICE IN THE CITT. Cardinal Logue has laid, tho overseas cnapiain, was tne principal At Jthe monthly' meeting of the foundation stone of a now memorial speaker, and following the musical San Francisco County Board reports church, which is being erected at programme thero was dancing. Upon stated that during the preceding Blackrock, near Dublin, In honor of the programme were Misses Helen seven weeks 4,000 new members had Blessed Oliver Plunket, Archbishop , and Dorothy Morltz, Carl Enslinger INCORPORATED of Armagh, martyred for the faith, and Miss Hilda Dettllngor and been placed upon the roster. His Eminence was presented with a MIsses Mary Hook and Helen HARRY B. DRIVER, President. Rllvor trowel bv the local authorities . Mitchell FORTY HOURS. for" The the historic occasion. 421 W- - Chestnut St. Both Phones 2635. HISTORIC BIRTHDAY. Devotion of the 'Forty Hours at foundation stone was one taken from Holy Cross church, Thirty-secon-d the old chapel of Archbishop Plunket Columbus day lias been recognized and Broadway, will open tomorrow at Ballybarraek. iHlll. by thirty-fou- r States as a legal holimorning with solemn high mass. day, through the enactment of legisCREATION OF CARDINALS. Rev. Father Brey, the ipastor, will be lation which was prompted by the For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. the celebrant and will direct the According to reports .from Rome widespread activities of the Knights daily services, assisted by clergymen an UilUUjjiigUh hUO from other churches. The solemn it is generally expected thatcrea- ML VU1UU1UUO from a historicWUUV.J', with Bank Accounts, representing More stand deposit of than 35.000 $10,000,000, is the monument 100,000 people built a totaT who urged Important consistory .for the close will take place Tuesday. of confidence more than by the tion of Cardinals will be held early point that tho anniversary of the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. probable birth of the "Discoverer of America" In December, the most FATHER RIPPLE'S TRIBUTE. dates seeming to be iDecember 8 for should be given recognition by the UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND and 11 for the public con American people. The time does not Very Rev. M. J. Ripple, O. P., the secretOf names mentioned In seem far off when the natal day of sistory. the head of the Dominican missionaries In the cre-be of St. Louis iBertrand's Convent, who Rome of aconnection with CardinalJ ChrlstoDher Columbus willthe a holi new American Union. day in State ation has been giving missions in different Archbishops Glennon of St. Louis, Colorado every throughinwith the first came parts at Ohio tho past few "weeks, Dougherty of Philadelphia, Munde- - proclamation making Columbus day wrjtes tho Kentucky Irish American, leln, of Chicago, and Hanna of San a legal holiday. A short tlmo later as follows from Youngstown: "I is are but added spent two whole days with Do Francisco, that prominent,named Ithas several more Leglslatufes list of 1529 WEST MARKET STREET the first remarked October 12 on the calender Valera this past week. He Is a long seniority as Bishop. holidays. In New York State God loves the wonderful man. Charles E. Hughes signed Irish." RED qitOSS AFTER WAR. the bill in 1909 which legalized tho Since the inauguration of Idea. CENSUS MEN NEEDED. Among the after-wactivities tho Columbus day the Knights 6f ColumRed Cross Is carrying to a conclu event City 2860. Main 2S60-have Charles L. Barker, Supervisor of sion service to soldiers, sailors and busall of always celebrated the and States, tho thirty-fou- r in tho Census for- - this district, an- marines still in camps and hospitals an, added proof of Its popularity Is nounces that he will need about 240 at homo and abroad. It Is also many In the enumerators, and applications or re- relieving the suffering civilians in evidenced patriotic activities of organizations. quests lor applications should be oreigu cuuuinuB wjwu uuuuuuun uj. civlc and sent to him on or before October 20. clothing materials, tooa ana meai- kvavsvHjIjE. His address Is Room 502, Custom ernes ana senaing meaicai anu Ky. The pay for nursing aid to such countries. House, Louisville, of Columbus of The "Knlchts 0 B. CHESTNUT IOUISVILId3, EX. the two weeks work will average Another of Its most benlflclent Evansville, Ind., gave a banquet about ?100. works Js the promotion of public Knnrlnv nleht at. which covers were where iaid for 1,000 persons In honor of health nursing CINCINNATI RECEPTION. none is established and the encour the anniversary of the discovery of CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y HOME PHONE 88 agement of organisation to mee$ tho America by Celumbu's. The main From all indications the recep- common needs of a locality. by the Right address was delivered tion which will be tendered to Ht3 Rev. Father Frances H. Gavisk, InExcellency Cardinal Alercier on his subject was dianapolis, whose DOES EXCEIjTENT WORK. visit to Cincinnati, on October 26 "American Citizenship." Many mem,m n- -, rpi, Win. in many ways, iransceoa inai. nnnnniv bers of the Knights of Columbus of St'. William's church, has from nearby towns attended. City. The illustrious .Belgian prelate Ptord , d work Jn nas won ine nean or every iruc , yme RECEIVE SAD NEWS. h f citizen, and ne will have waTetfor tha b American recuperation of his reason u Know unit iuuuiuuiiuiib r Albany New reached News h. Connor has cained Fath aie not a whit behind the people ftealtl Wednesday of tho death of TMrs. ' DaflyTlysT61 wire of MVV WWWUVMHMUVUUUHHWHiUWVnVmHUMMUVHVV 2,8S?ePofdt,Sel? Matilda Merl Mahoney, new church home James C. Mahoney, and a former afdl '7 beautiful city, who died In her Ul "J i "" 'l"M'IM"H"MHH'W-l"I-';"'Hfrt'the Most Rev, Archbishop Moeller opens Sunday next """""', maw, resident of that home in Columbus, Ohio. The body working out the head the committee burial, was Father etalls of tte reception ana enter- - sung by Qf g George M. Connor, Mra taken to Cincinnati for Mahoney was forty years old wmiam,a .hurch tttlnment , ,u.. n aa ..n.u JjOUISYHIv, WUU Will uiou yicuui ijv aui sermon. In the evening there will , where she had many friends and INTO ETERNAL REST. be a solemn benediction ana tne acquaintances, ane was a aaugnier many San of Prof. njojiniiv mnminr a noon pinnm Rev. Sllcliael. Conneally, or Slng- - organist, M. Merl. for church, years 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, who The at St. Mary's TIr.1ir Ornu Tinvlah arVioTl'1 'Rftrnflrdlno. Will DrCaCll. s ,.,,, TiTtcui ine nf the hich u mass by Father moved to Indianapolis a few years a 0noH h. Katherlne A. Kilker had passed into Connor will be one. of the impressive 'ago, Mrs. Hahoney was a sister of o uiyjiuu . u.o. her eternal rest. Miss Xllker was ieaturos oi tne wuruuii reputauon tho rioiiffhor nf Tnmoa nmi Annie he has a ? COVER WIDE ISELD. Kilker, 3212 West Broadway, twenty in the Middle West both as a singer 3EH02VHJCS. years old and just entering woman- - ana puipii orsioi. uiuiub the Fathers 'from Passlonlst Guml). Mala 209S-- a Home City 290S Z hood. She was a young .woman of few months the work of finishing the splendid character and disposition, the Interior furnishings of the new Kacred Heart Retreat on "wide New4 H'fr4ifr '& covering a field H'i"H"l"H''l"it beloved by all her friends and church has been carried out under burg road are In the West. This Connor, who giving missions associates.- - The funeral took place the direction of Fatheract as pastor week they were giving their services Friday morning from Holy Cross came to this city to Father John at the following Places: church. Jlev. Father Brey conduct- - during the absence of w . wao ing the solemn obquie. 'the llretloa of Father Hegarty.j Father Roger, at St. Benedicts, HONOR PAItTS1. The same, implfcity which marks Bendlna, Kas. Father a exterior of ivn in oiitf.n n.riv wi Margaret ithefound in the the church building Oskaloos, Xavler, at St. Marys, Iowa. interior furnishings,SMITH, PROP. honor of Misses Mary Father Alphonsus Krtilpp, rector and Agnes Trice and John The dignified m!!on style has been retreat, at Holy Cro church, TFrlday evening, followed and the altar has been of the hSSSS on , ....,,. 0- -, .. v Amnnf Kinaa nrftftfmL wisre: imiubbb juimhiwu iu. nuu nny,na atoiia .Wniiare. Trano New eoulmnvst haa been placed tu ENJOYED HOIjTDAY. Rademaker,' Sarah Walker, Mary under the. direction of Father Tho nuniia nf St. Xavler's Colleae. Margaret nor." Monie. Twohig, Presentation Academy and the other BOTH PHONES 810. OToole, Aurella Henry, Nora Halla-- 1 Catholic educational Institutions of IIOM", IjAND FUND. han. Anna Hallahan, Elizabeth the city had a holiday Monday In. Hallahan, Agnee Price, Lorettal Holy Land junu, openea in oiryanee or, vjommous uay. uui (SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. T Henry. Mariland Word. Mary Marm- .Pope, li coted to jubllo sehools also eloNd for the, Italy by Hallahan; day." CottriU, Mart Prk. Mieliael Brooi, aoon MNNpt tB '1100,000, KJfCMTUCKY JeJLJEi AJMOtioaJ?y.r. Messrs. Matthew iiitaAaiia4aAflsAsiAaiBaAaAi Senu, Charles HIBERNIANS. Jerry Hallahan; Desmond, Alexander KMGKTS OF COIKMBIIS i Young, Schoenbachler, T. Russell Clark Belvy, W. J. Iredale, Henry HERMAN STRAUS Stratman, Clarence Schieman, Late Nswi That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing nard Jansen, James Curran, Carl Ber- mm ' SOWS J the Past Week General Notes. Newa . Mes-dam- es , 5,. L0CKHART SALE '. -- ,,,',., Ex-Coun- ty J I I of ODDS AND ENDS I I Fall and Winter Qoodi ,u. irvx i.. aM non-catnou- I JOHN M. MULLOY , er w- I I MEN TRY US $1.50 E suits $1.75 Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK THOMAS KEENAN ar Funeral! Director and Embalmer l. r. BAX AND EMBALMERS. T. 717-71- J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS (0,, "" 3on.f Q$?llJ!!gn$ aSeSfelRSSf 8S2 East Maim street. ..--.,- iDOUGHERH & McELLIOH .'! niolJ i,i f Funeral Directors and Fmbalmers I BOTH -- . H-i- frt 3"V - " I UKA1N W. SMI in7S Funeral 4eo SUIN - -- j.. -- - AL.S. Con-Pric- e, Director and Embalmer! 1 Sm I rf"". -" jri: .t.? . " eckomcjokiy AV. O. irih jljmjxkloa2sc er OUNDIFF, President AUGUSTUS JE. 6. B. WILLS, Vico President WILLSON, Vice President J. M. DOUGLAS, Secretary-TreasurLESSi COMBEST, General Manager REPUBLICAN Machine Fights Desperately to With- KENTUCKY CHIEF OIL AND GAS COMPANY 721 OHIO AVENUE . TRUSTEES A. C. Dulancy S. 0. Walker Eli'G. Wesley Theo. Conibcst 13. O. Mooro Geo. Cundiff,, Jr. B. M. Uancock W. B. Stradloy draw Attention From Morrow nud Bnllnrd. Chninnan Searcy and Ilcrald Not Sincere In Stnto Fair Capital, $165,000.00 ' , PAR VALUE S1.00 1, ATTORNEYS ; . ... r; i . .$,-' : 'Carrijrrin. Brltain&'Morgan, ',...; : . :- Wichita Falls, Texas '' '' - V- - . Voters More Tlwn Anxious to Hoar Nomiueto Ballard, on Flour Question. AN EXCEPTIONAN OPPORTUNITY -- 1 CITY HALL FIGHTS WILL ROSS. Is afforded the investing public to purchase stock in an oil company with acreage in proven gusher territory in Block 97, in the famous Burkburnett Northwest field This is the best proposition ever presented to the citizens of Louisville and vicinity. All we need to get the oil is to drilL If you missed Texas Chief and Hartford Oil, do not pass this by, but mail or wire for the amount of stock you desire reserved at once. APPLICATION BLANK Kentucky Chief Oil and Gas Company, Branch Office, 608 Louisville Trust Building, Louisville, Ky. . V Gentleman: ' ;.... ) for. dollars ($. Enclosed find fully paid and : shares, $1.00 each, Kentucky Chief Oil and Gas Company, (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. Name. . . Address . WANTED-- A few live agents. See Mr. Wolf. CHURCHILL DOWN LInHBK9E? " VM AUTUMN MEETING Nine Days, October 23 to November THE GOLDEN ROD HANDICAP .. Two-Year-OI- d. 1 One Mile. $4,00 Added. v THE FALLS CITY HANDICAP Three.Year-Oids and Upward. One and One-Sixteen- th Miles. $4,000-Adde- d. THE LOUISVILLE CUP ' Three-Year-Ol. s ds and Upward. Two Miles. $5,000 Added. Kentucky Jockey Club INCORPORATED J. N. CAMDEN, President. M.. J. WINN, Vice Pres. and Gen. Man. SHERMAN GOODPATER, Sec.-Trea- s. NO PURSES LESS THAN $1,000 Seven Races Daily. THE FORD SHOP W Are Experts on Fords Give Us a Trial Free Road Service Both Piloses C--- Rich Overnight Handicaps J5MEHIT'4Y001C1 frjfMOVEt MhllT .SIDNKY lafSPe tCTUSKNOWl Both Phones JEFFER MOTOR CO. 114 .SOUTH JFLOYD ST. PHONB OITY 1860 XOUISVILLB . . . KENTUCKY Local and lone distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and (All work guaranteed. shipping:. cheerfully furnished fre of charge. A. XB.KOr.Ji fc SOBS AVCT1QX BTOXAfCK '(Jaeerporated) 00. .i.AII III A VON . . WJLst ??!?? people of Kentucky by solllnc flour ffl " " 1.10 cheaper in Louisiana according """." We telegraph Flowws Everywhew to his own confession. The horn- THE ROSARY MONTH. ' of these throe is arousing ni.-.- i, bardment t t UB'rat Homo Phono 255G parts of tho State and ,"" In A Sterling silver or Rolled gold voters no all lne reauiem mass. bodes cood for thn iT?An.ihitMn . Rosary in silver or rolled gold case ticket. Great sorrow was felt when it be- with chain and ring for the finger, ' No wonder that Chairman Searcy ' came known that Mrs. Ellen Gordon, Louis A. D. D. S. price ?5 complete, without chain ?4 and his organ, the Louisville Herald, ??,1?ty'fo,ur years old widow of complete. Gordon, died in the homo of Rolled gold and silver chain are trying to distract the people's JVUIIam daughter, Mrs. s. R. Hardman, Rosaries in all colors from $1.50 to attention with a proposed investiga- Bundajr "tree tlon of the. State Fair. No attempt. i2u ?10. a "e ' is made to answer Solid Gold Real Stono Rosaries, against Hert.'Morrow or the charges ! la a "."VJw ot,he.r dauEhters, b5 Ballard, the $25 and $30. Plain Rosaries from 900-90- 1 25c to $1. Children's Rosaries in STARKS BUILDING. re0 colors, 10c and up. r2 rwore held in the Cathedral of the Let us mako a selection for you Tuesday morning, ! assumption Amartn ndrii ra,ni satisfaction guaranteed. VIEW OIL the other day why he didnt put Special Luminous Crucifix, metal PRAYED FOR WILSON. Nominee Ballard on tho" stump and figure, 12x25 inches, shines in the he answered that Ballard was out MAP OF , dark, $2.98. Among the messages of svmnathv now dclivcrliiff speeches, but tho lh tort . Ho- uKENTUCKY FREE Goods Co. prove that ho has made failed to ilelJ "' h2 y ' a single "" rviA PresIdent s sPeed,y re-n; speech in Kentuclrj-Maybe Chair- - ?! 'orJ?0 Also Sample Copy Free of tho 12a S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. by Ches has him delivering speech- KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL es in his own back-yar- d tho,Papal or In tho folloys: campaign headquarters, ,taiJn, f If You ' illustrated, thirty.two pages, a,nl0US. but it's a cinch that the people at Zhe?nol5l seventy-fiv- e thousand readers. large are not hearing from Ballard. vrZAtl hewH H,s And Need a Girl Worker, ADDRESS and it does look niggardly on tho SkS"011'' W"Son' ?" for ?v?e,dyt part of the Republican Committee f? KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL OR , to bill this speaker so much in de- het ?"Ik b? ?j;ateful Ur XX Intor.-SouthcBuilding; mand. Wo bellevo that the Re- - &JnS,fdlllab?Ht patient." If You Girl publican nominee" for Lieutenant LOUISVILLE, KY. Governor could draw overflow EUCHRE AND LOTTO. audiences, especially if he used for And Need a Position PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT A8SOOZATZ0S his subject "The High Cost of LivTho peoplo of tho St. William's Main 3359 City 3359 ing," or Bread is the Staff CALL US Incorporated church will open their fall season n Citlftaj Was Organized by Woman's Activities, What a. contrast in the Democratic of entertainments with a euchre. to Make '" and Dazar a St. William's ranks. Gov. Black and his fellow I1OAS8 National Catholic War Council nominees nrn nn tht, stnmn dniiv school hall. Thirteenth and Oak On rurnltnre ana Other Peronal to answer every question, their streets, next Wednesday afternoon ready Property at (157 South Fourth St. personal and official records open to a?d evening, tho games to be called LOWEST SATES East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. the public. It is also- - good to note at, 3 and 8 o'clock. The Committee COLEMAN BUILDING that the utmost harmony .prevail ,,f Arrangements announce .that in CAMILLE DETERT, Ronatnr staninv. Rnfnr TJoMfJinm Hno with past entertainments an un- - S. B. COIt. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2886 Employment Bureau. and every other prominent Democrat usually largo number of handsome- appealing to the voters for the elec- - uuu "uvei prizes win do awaruea. """ tlon of the Democratic ticket and FALL COURT DAY FESTIVAL. Medley Hotel and Restaurant AUTUMN1 MEETJWG. four more years of good government, i The nominees know they were select- With fair weather Fall Court day Right Services know there at Taylorsvllle, which falls on No- ed Tiy the people, theytho party to of me ra" racing season, consisting nlno days, will open at Churchill Is no Boss1 Hort In Right Prices vember 3, will be a day of days for dictate their every move, and if Downs next Thursday, the Golden the people of that plac6 and vicinity. elected they will ho under no obllga- - "od handicap, tho Falls City handi- Day and Night Under the direction of their energe-tl- o tlons to a boss who selected them In CP ana me i.ouisvnie (jup race to .pastor, tho Rev. Father Vincent, a hnnd picked convention as tlio Re- - ho the three featuro events of tho 620 WEST MARKET ST. O. P., the people of All Saints' publican rne isast ana west will Jclcet was selected by "meeting, congregation are making extenslvo Hert. The touch of Hert's hand is furnish many entries to the racing Both. Phones 2406 y preparations for aft Fall seen In every movo of the Re- - events scheduled and some spirited Court day festival, the proceeds to publican campaign. His man Searcy and interesting contests can bo & 0 0. bo for the benefit of the church. directs tho general mo-e- s mere win .no seven of the .woKea ior. Adolph Rcntllnger There will be music, delicious campaign among the white voters races daily, tho first starting at sweets, refreshing beverages and an while Phil Brown, the Hopklnsvllle 2:15 o'clock. most palatable plate luncheon. negro politician, works from tho Re TORNADO, INABILITY AND Everybody .will be wolcome, and publican headquarters in corraling MRS. GROUND WILL HELP. PLATE GLASS . all remem- a huge negro vote for the Hert Father Vincent asks that 123 SOUTH THIRO STREET ' ber tho date Monday, November 3. ticket. Mrs. 'Grace McDonnell Ground, a Despite the big boodle fund Boss Field Secretary of tho National GONE TO REST. Hert and his aides have foubd it Catholic War Council, has recently SOUTH LOUISVILLn SAVINGS Impossible to bring harmony in the been sent from Washington to assist AND DEPOSIT BANK Mrs. Catherine Burke, eighty-tw- o ranks, and this is shown right here In putting on tho campaign for a years old, widow of John Burke; in Jefferson county, where harmony new Visitation Home and a recrea-i- s Fourth and Central Avenue a lost chord. died Sunday morning In her home, Felix Dumas, tlon and educational center for girls Three Per Cent. Paid on Savlnsrs 1843 East Elm street, New Albany. President of the Board of Council- - and women. Mrs. Ground has been Deposits. A General Banking Busi ness Transacted. Three weeks Rgo she fractured her men, Is at outs with near jMayor connected with the Women's hn- hip, and an attack of .pneumonia and the cltv administration, nartment of the council slnro its hastened the1 end. Mrs. Burke was and it the local tlcket wins he is ginning last fall and planned and Roofing a native of Baltimore, and came to slated to become a private Instead of equipped Its first Community House New Albany with her parents, Mr. President of the board. But the' in East St. Louis, also assisting the and Mrs, John Connelly, when she real fight in local ranks which is Catholics of that city In putting on Incorporated was ten years oldr She is survived increasing in bitterness dally is the a drivo for $250,000 for a new Com- by Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarreri Felts, son, John. F; J3urke, New Al- flght between Sheriff Will Ross and munity Center, the cornerstone of bany, and. three daughters, Sister the City Hall crowd. Smith, Chief which was laid by the Right Rev. Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). Mary Gilbert, of St. Mary's Convent, of Police Petty, Burllngame of the Heury Althoff, Bishop of Bellvllle, 124 W. Main Notre Dame; Mite Margaret L. Board of Safety and their followers on August 31. Mrs. Ground has Just Phones City 1250; Main 1409-- Y Burke, New Albany, and Mrs. M. Z. have become jealous of the strength recently returned from Milwaukee, Boland, Bast fit. H&iUs. Mrs, Burke Ross shows with the voters and nono where she established two centers wan a devout And respected member of the Sheriff's friends are in good in the Italian-Polis- h districts, out- cities of the United States and is of Holy Trinity church for many standing big clock. The t lining the programme, for the winter interested in, the local problems and years, and from there her" funeral reason-- isunder the this:. . Sheriff Ross has activities. The War Council Is very anxious that the campaign be a was held Wednesday moralnj. gone out hot foot for. the Republican active In girls' welfare work in many SuCCQvBt .w OCTOBER ?JSffi S3 State Republican Campaign Committee, the situation in tho G. O. OP: is growing desperate. It Is plain to everyone thnfe Chairman Searcy's attack on tho State Fair records Is only a. blind to draw attention from tho awful bombardment on nowdy Ed Morrow and his running mate Hallnnl. Searcy's call for the State Fair 'books was the poorest kind of camouflage and ho knows full well that if anything was wrong tho Board of Directors would bear the responsibility for the trouble, and of that Board four of tho nine ni-- Re publicans. Searcy's desperate attitude was reflected in the Louisville Herald which followed with a high sounding editorial calling for the books of the State Fair, demanding that the people of Kentucky (meaning the Republican Committee) hear a report as to where tho State Fair money goes, etc,, etc. Commissioner Mat Cohen's dignified answer knocked the props from under Searcy and his aides when he said that the State Fair couldn't be used for a political football, and books and records would be shown at the regu- -, jar meeting or tne proporly con- -' stituted authorities tho Board of Directors. As stated above, the demand was only a political "stall" of Chairman Searcy's, and our little Republican .last trltute packages. in Chairman is fighting desperately to Death took Joseph J. get attention away from Bos3 Hert, well known salesman andLeisman, a a membdr the Warden, Howdy Ed of St. Boniface church, on Wednes-Morroand his running mate day morning at tho home of his "Ai Nt.f to You m lb Nearest Phone" Ballard. Democratic orators arc parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C: Leis- caiung auemion to iiert ana 'his big man, 317 East Gray street. His campaign barrel and the attempt to funeral takes place this Saturday FUNERAL FLcOWMS deliver Kentucky over to Wall street morning, with Interment In St. and tho Republican (party. 3Jom Michael's cometory. To tho bereaved A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 Hugglns and others are throwing parents many friends extend their :A SPECIAL WREATH 35.00 hand grenade after hand grenade at sympathy. Morrow, with ao answer from How-- I dy Ed as to their charges, while ' mis Ann and thT o Judging from the attitude of Chesley Searcy, Chairman of the , nomination for Mayor, showing more strength than all of hla HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY enemies combined, and to offset his boom they bar him or any of his DIVISION 8. 1 followers from taking an active part in xno ataio campaign, hoping First and third Fridays, Hlberatea thereby to weaken him later on. xxwiae, Portland. Sheriff Ross's friends retaliate by PresidentTim O'Leary." saying that near Mayor Smith, Petty Vice President Walter Murphy. uuu .uurungamo pretty near killed Financial Secretary John Morrow in handling tho street car 1850 Portland avenue. Btrlke, and say that thousands of ReRecording Secretary John A. publicans will knifo Morrow and tho Martin. ticket hero for revengo in November. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee. nan. RECENT DEATHS. Sentinel Thomas Nodne. Funeral services for1 Mrs. Iva May Ifiort, beloved wife of Joseph Isert, 4811 Southern Parkway, were held DIVISION 4. Monday morning at St. Louis d Meets second and fourth. Monday. church, attended by a largo Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. number of mourning relatives and President John J. Barry. acquaintances. Mrs. Isert was the Vico President Mark J. Ryan. dauglitor of Mr. and Mrs. David Recording Secretary T..ano Hatlleld, of White Mills. Beside D. Meany. her husband and parents she Is surFinancial Secretary Thomas J. vived by her stepchildren, Raymond, Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. Lewis and Joseph Isert, and one Treasurer John F. Burke. daughter, Mrs. Shelly Schuster. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Four sisters and three brothers also survive her. Sentinel M. J. McDonnott Death's call came Sunday morning to Erhard Schmidt, sixty years old, beloved husband. of Agatha Schmidt, JOHN B. RATTERMAN at the family residence, 1832 Grand ' avenue. Ho was with tho Inman Furniture Company and a respected FUNERAL DIRECTOR member of St. Peter's church, whoro the funeral took place '.Tuesday morning. 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Sunday afternoon the body of Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberlanp Gertrude A. Manger, infant daughter of Anton J. Manger, 301 North West 1107a. Twenty-firs- t street, was tenderly laid to rest beside her mother in St. Michael's cemetery. This second loss within six weeks has excited sincere sympathy for the bereaved husband and father. The funeral of Clifford J. Fogerty, who died early Saturday at his home, 1030 South Twenty-eigstreet, took place Monday morning irum txioiy jross cnurcn. He was thirty years old and had been employed as an iron worker. His widow, Mrs. Mayme Fogerty, a child iVJBL. SLririfrBrLJIIT,! and his father, Thomas Fogerty, survive him. Y 'STHEfPI LLSTHATJWlLlM-- ' WENRY.'C. MERR For Frank Kleier, 519 West L. 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