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Kentucky Irish 17. -y--Htf of-th- BROWN TAXI INTELISENT CJUtEFW. SCKVKE HOMC AMERICAN PHfl: M MAW Hrery Driver an Itscort. LwlsvHta Carriage - t Tubas to Incorporated VOLUME XLIII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1919. PRICE PIVE CENTS. (The news, coming that national Sclhuhmann. Priests from other prohibition would be a certainty parhbes will assist at tho devotions J soon wihether wo like or not Is it until they close on Tuesday. also tho last straw with the Republican State machine. Morrow was FATHER RfPPLE. forbidden to discuss prohibition on tho stump or even refer to it, tills very Rev. Father iRimde. 0. P.. Mnchlno "Becoming Demoralized, and being dono to catch tho vote of tho the eminent Louisville Dominican Mado British Press About the liquor men, alhough Hert forced a missionary, conducted the Forty ' Dismay Pervades Party Moribund Homo Rnlo strong prohibition platform fn tho Hours' luevotlon that opened In the Republican convention. Tho silence Ranks. Cathedral at Indianapolis laBt Sun, Measure. day. Father RIpplo Is one of the of Morrow on prohibition is supposed to bo a big help to Searcy and tho noted missionaries of the Order of Preachers and his sfrmma nm ni. "reform" administration in LouisThe State Republican Campaign Committee has tried a ways full of interest. The solemn England's Possessions Beyond tho Nomine iiallard Looking For Man ville. In oilier words Morrow Is barcamouflage that has brought down. the wrath on its little o bootgaining for tho voto uiirsjiiB uuuk jjiuco mesaay evening. .,' Who Hoped Him fnto Active head of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics in Seas Aro Seething With,1" ' leggers, but If .elected Boss Hert will enforco prohibition to the letter. Louisville. The Republican campaign handbook mailed out Ji' IDELBURG NOW DIRECTOR. Politics. Discontent. One of the local Keystone police, from the State headquarters contained a biographical sketch At a meetlnc held at Trinllv f!onn. on oath that Officer Probst, testified of "Edwin Morrow, the Republican nominee for Governor, cil, Y. M. L, Monday night:, hy the (he had no Instructions from his Board of 'Directors. Albert Adolberir. and in listing his fraternal connections stated that HE WAS bosses to stop tho sale of Ilow'dy Ed Morrow Blustering and local atholete, was chosen physical Irish Republic Will Stick It Out liquor. A MEMBER OF THE JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERI-CAdirector for tho comiing season. Mr. Floundering Around on tho While Baker's Dozen MECHANICS. In the campaign handbook mailed to Adelberg has been connected with RABBI AT FRONT. Stump. Live. voters in Louisville and Jefferson county the fact was carelocal athletics for a number of yeans, being the driving power beCapt. Elkan Voorsanger, fully omitted that Morrow was a member of the Junior Orthe hind several very successful enter"fighting rabbi," who returned der. This snub has come to the notice of the local Junior prises,' and Trinity Council is very recently from France, went over as Order and they are up in arms, asking why Morrow doesn't BINGIIAM PRESS AND JIERT. a 'buck private in May, 1917, with SHORT ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE fortunate in securing his services. want the people of this district "to know that he is a member of tho first 750 Americans, and roso TRIENDS OF FREEDOM. by successive promotions to Ser their order, and if he is ashamed br what? geant, Lieutenant, Chaplain, Captain, Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at TJho week's political campaign Senior Chaplain of the New York William P. MoLoughlin, reSt. Louis Bertrand's Hall there will turned from a four months Just of h tour showed that the Republican party Division. When tho bo a meeting of citizens who sym- the British Isle3, France and h returned homo Capt. machine leaders are becoming depathize with suffering Ireland, and gives a vivid picture of thq Voorsanger roluntcered to stay be moralized fast and candidates and hind to (become Overseas, Director of it "is the purpose to organize a reign ot terror in Ireland today, Council of the Friends of Irish Free- where without real cajiso peoplo aro leaders are grasping, at any old the Jewish Welfare Board. He lived dom in Louisville. straw to stem the tide setting in In trenches and Tho commltteo being beaten, starved and jailed, d dug Is composed of representative men homes are Invaded without warrant against them. Gov. iBlack, Senator outs, took part In major actions In Stanley, Senator Beckham, Tom tho Baccarat and Toul sectors, the thing tliat happened fourteen years and tho meotlng promises to he most and troop3 swarai everywhere. He IRISH MAKE REPLY. Rhea, Congressman Cantrill and the ago. If the Pollco Court officials Interesting. All who are Interested had every facility to study condiregion, and Argonne have Forest; burled the dead tho Jewother Democratic orators tions In Ireland, and says; aro true disciples of the administra- are Invited. The Irish National Bureau at It can be truly said of Ireland that turned in such a terlffic bombard- ish, Protestant, and Cajholic dead Washington Tuesday .made public a tion "reform" motto why do they eJhc Is, in tho words of the ballad, ment on Morrow, Hert, Ballard and under Incessant fire, and ministered letter from Michael J. O'Brien, hisMEMORIAL .MASS. mu ne cognizance or tne testimony theRopubllcan machine that the to "the most distressful country that of Wallace, the eolored man, who wounded and dying on the toriographer of tho Amerlcan-drlsA memorial mass will bo offered ever yet was seen." But notwith.effect is noticeable to everyone and fieldthe battle. His hands aro horny Historical Society, New York, to owns his home and showed his tax of all indications point to a landslide with the .callouses that came from Senator Williams, (Democrat, Missis- Enthused Over Big! Rally Held at receipts. Wallace said that ho at the Cathedral next Wednesday standing it all there is an unconsippi, in which reply was mode to for Gov. Black and the Democratic carrying heavy litters of men. never saw colored crap games until morning at 8 o'clock for tho repose querable spirit of hope that will not Phoenix Hill on Wednesday ticket. Old Howdy Ed Morrow, the (ills administration enmo Into power of tho soul of Sister Mary Jean Con- do suppressed by guns or under"In France there were no distinc- the Senator's attack ton the Irish In much touted orator and campaigner, tions," the 'fighting rabbi" says. the Senate last week. Referring to Evening. and stated on oath that ho had seen nor, ono of the volunteer sister ground dungeons. This determinatho has ;been driven to cover and corner- "A chaplain was a chaplain, not a Senator Williams' statement that he Pollco Captain Stacker" and other nurses who served at Camp Taylor tion Is shown In any absolute readvance from ed so much this past ten days that Jewish chaplain, a Catholic chaplain, had received "threatening letters," pollco comlnc hi and out of than last fall during the epidemic of In- fusal to consider England his speeches now consist of taking or a Protestant. Each chaplain was Mr. O'Brien said that if any Irish colored gambling Joints. Now If fluenza. The beloved Sister during All sorts except complete freedom. and 'conditions of men In her labor also fell a victim of the back something ho said tho day be responsible for the religion of every men were responsible for them "they ProsecutoiLucns in Dual Rolo of Prosecutor Lucas is livlnc un tn h Ireland united on that platform fore, and the voters Jhave sized him man, and it didn t matter to us how do not represent genuine Irish feel- ', duty to tho taxpayes ho will probe dread disease. Tho mass has bpen except aronoisy Campaign Chairman and Court crew In a few coun-tfo- d ing," and suggested that the letters the up just as a blustering campaign a man prayed, mis cnargo publicly, and if tho arranged for by the Knights of but that he prayed. originated with enemies of Irela"nd. in tho north. The elections orator who makes wild random A Catholic chaplain organized Yom Board of Safety is sincere in Its Columbus. Prosecutor. Taking up the Senator's assertion last winter established tho popular charges one day and apologizes the KIppur promises of good police they will men in tlhat the Irish had exaggerated the view on this momentous question next. As a proof that all Is not well a ruined services foronJewish WO.MAN IS QUEEN. call Stuckor up on the carpet and battleline. part their race played in tho RevoCathedral when seventy-thre- e members of Parin tho G. O. P. it is rumored that The division had been the make the trial a public one. on lutionary War, Mr. O'Brien quoted out' liament were handling of tho State campaign has line to tho Argonne on called KIppur "On tho domestic hearth woman Fein ticket. returned on the Sinn Of all tho political clap, trap and Louisville Herald ,Trles to Feature Yom of these The been taken out. of Chairman Searcy's day; and 1 was endeavoring to from official documents in the bunk the attemnt of tho local mn. is queen," said Pope Benedict men wero selected majority constituby archives in Loudon, photoKeystone Police as "War hands and. Maurice Galvin, of chine organ, the Louisville Herald, Wednesday in answering an address ents. None of thosetheir organize services along the lines graphic copies of which he said- he elected has" has been thrown in tho this week to characterize our Key- presented to him hy the women's taken was a group of JewHeroes. Combreach to stem tho. tide. Tho old, wherever thereColougne the Catholic inclosed to show that tho British stone police forco as war heroes de unions. The Pontiff added that mons. his seat In the House ofdrawn ish men, At The men chosen are commanders In tho Revolutionary, changed times had given woman from old story of dropping tho pilot who chaplala came out to meet me. serves a prize, at least ifrom Ches very cream tff tho populawar recognized me iron in .America can't bring tho good ship home. Our Searcy, Tuesday tho Herald boldly functions and rights she did not tion. the " 'I was afraid you wouldn't get serious antagonist?." possess in former ages and enlarged prediction last week that-thState here,' he said. 'I got your men to- as their "mosthe had "found abun- OUTS It amuses ono who has had the DOWN ITS OWN FIGURES. proclaimed that 125 members of thn tho field of her Keystone force wore Chateau Thierry Fair suit was a bluff came true. The gether and started them off with a Ho also said to show that Iri3h solactivities. No altera- resolute spirit of Ireland Impressed dant evidence was withdrawn this week. suit ana xne rouowing day tion in man's opinion, or no novelty on him to prayer. We uuiueo, arranged to con; diers in 'the British army took every tho pother Another rumor that will not down duct services had printed a big photograph of the of things or of events could separate being made read the British that is ourselves In case you opportunity of "deserting to tho pres3 in is that Thruston Ballard, tho Re didn't come.' alleged heroes taken in Central Park woman, conscious of her high mis- about the alleged preparations to rebels" and added that he had found The Democratie rally at Phoenix with the squirrels In the background sion, from tho family, which was galvanize the publican nomlness for Lieutenant up the services where he at least 38 per cent, of I took moribund home rule Governor, has gone away and won't had left off, and after the traditional can army of Liberty were or Irish Hill Park Wednesday evening Is still as an opproprlato sotting. bill into sOme aort of au appealing The her natural center, he added. bo back until after election day. prayers were over wo had Iglvan birth or of Trlsh descent." "Of 100 tho uppermost second, day tho Herald cut the flcnrA shape, so as to make it acceptable wt.w.v., w.v w... vfc 1tl4. vwnu,na Some of theJUepHUllcans nit) unkind them a brief soldierly talk, the men surnames of an ancient Irish origin, s1rAlaa tlin 'oIva rit wre. ni.iufff1'rf' of .125 Chateau Thierry heroes- to . ,.LONG WEDDED LIKE. to the Irish race.. It Is all wasted f enough' "tpSiythat it "would have filedioaUojtha.Cathedral and --wont I Nave counted on. the rolls of tho tho Anthii8la?tm.dtanWvalthaln? a wriyiSignwar, veterans, .and in the energy. If on "with" Hhe"DU8inB--Hjr-ManyfrIed?fjouiF5tHethree anaemic-thi- n The Irish will spurn the arriiy.;a, total- or12,-293,- " complete surprise. j'evrjwiiei? )W llstx)rily named twentyflvoT'andln Ighting, revpluttanary nas not oniyentnusea tocai .demo- ciuaea in .mat list a couple of Falls Cities were ore ion t to iondor Government goes along, according Jio hadn't bectf around' when the These services in the f battered old he wrote, adding that, d ticket was house of Christian worship were the were nearly 1,500 officers of there crats but the State leaders as well. Democratic policemen who wero old congratulations when Mr. nnd Mrs. to the London Dally Mall, getting Irjsh In But on tho other hand most Impressive thing I have ever blood and that Gen. Washington and tho prediction Is being freely the selected. n "its Irish policy Into shape, under war. Hnnt. Prank Elsenhauer celebrated what must Mr. Ballard's opinion be witnessed. The (Catholic chaplain chose as his aides a number of na- made that the Fifth district will add Laird was mentioned as a war soveuuetn weiuuug anniversary on pressure of recently developed cir of tho man or men who came around would frequently call me up and tives of Ireland and eons of Irish to the big plurality Gov. Black Is veteran, but the Herald failed to add Thursday evening, of last week at cumstances which surprised the sure to receive throughout the mat no left and Inveigled him into running for say: army before'hls regi- their home, at 1502 East Spring Cabinet." That newspaper says: 'I've got some Jewish boys immigrants. ttreet, New Albany. State. Remarkable for a big meet- ment went the France. The saddest here who want to say Kaddlsh I'd Lieutenant Governor? "The law offlcers of the Crown to ing, the audience stayed until the from the looks of some of Judging part of it all from his standpoint like to oblige them, but they don't discovered after careful examination CRUEL DEATH. CHAPLAIN RELEASED. orators like my accent. I'll hold them until finish of Congressman Albon Bark-ley- 's Koystoners now on, the tho old of tho suspension act an act caris that while the Democratic Herald address, and press are bombarding Jhlm from you come.' That vvas the spirit of ried during the war to postpone tho For the third time in less tlhan were well repaid11 o'clock, and all might have due un a veteran or two as the First district of the Civil or Revolutionary war. Father O'Donnell, the chaplain of operation of the home rule act-- that one end of the State to the other over there. That's what we learned a year the Grim Reaper has entered outBallard's forces, who was for selling his flour cheaper to under its terms the home rulo In Franco." the peaceful home of John F. leader toretoMorrow and when ho Most of theso soculled war veterans the Australian British authorities arIn net becomes operative automatically ribbons, and siders than home people, the Renever wero farther overseas than rested by the nrnd (Margaret 0ulllvauj, 211 East campaign publican Campaign Committee, the Breckinridge street, his last call branded Morrow as a coward for Jeffersonville, and tho only battles Dublin on October 18, it Is reported, on the day the peace treaty is signANOTHER CLASS FORMING. sidestepping a Joint Hebate with they wero In were those at Camp will be repatriated to Australia. No ed by Turkey, the last belligerent Republican orators and the Republibeing for their d Qov. Black For this can press are not making any atThe National CathioHo War Coun- daughter, Miss Reglna Sullivan, a whether he and in refusing to stato Taylor, battling with tho nmiy cooks reason has been given for tho out- to sign. has only purpose the Govrageous treatment of tho bravo ernment was for or against the ior more gruu. tempt to defend him. Not even the cil has been asked by several busi- girl whom to know was to love. She six weeks, as It Is organ of the local Republican In its defense of the Koystoners, priest who risked his life in Enc expected that Parliament will meet was a student at the Girls' Him League of Nations the big crowd ness girls to get up a a fortnight henco, so there will bo the Louisville Herald, comes class at night for the study of Eng- School, where her presence will be went ifalrly wild and ' cheered for why doesn't the Herald mention the land's cause. only one month of Parliamentary to the rescue of Ballard and his lish and mathematics. Any other sadly missed by her playmates. Last five" minutes. County Attorney Matt fact that they aro being assessed $25 time In which to carry what will- be READING. Obelisk flour, and Jt docs seem cruel girls who would be interested in winter her two sisters, Misses Chilton and Sam Tate could not each for tho Republican campaign highly controversial proposals. The ingratitude on the part of the such a class are asked it leave their Eleanor and Rita Sullivan, succumb stand the terrific arraignment of fund, and take notice of Good reading supplies the mind scheme has not yet been fixed definHerald, which a' few months ago was names at the office, and Catholic ed to Influenza. "In addition to her Howdy Ed and Gen. Roger Clark's Jess Roes' affidavit, In which boastinc of Ballard, tho business f girls who aro qualified and can vol parents, to whom is extended the descendant and they left the hall he said that J. It. Scales, former with Its proper food; It Increases our itely, but the Ministers have decided Good reading Inspires td offer Nationalist Treland what they man. etc... on tho Republican ticket. unteer to teach such a class are also sympathy of friends In all sections amid tho laughter and guying of the circulation manager of the Louisville knowledge. Now when ho has been attacked, not asked to communicate with Miss of the city, sho is survived by a big crowd. Ed Miller and Herman Herald, was cashing tho nolice the heart and stimulates our will to describe as a very genetfous proposal Good Monroe, other Republican satisfies our Indeed. Jt will undoubtedly take the a word of defense. It's sure a craei, Detert. sister. Miss Mary Catherine Sulli- were a little more game andleaders. checks in tho station, house and tak- action. for the reading and beautiful. form of a avldd measure of hbme great stayed ing out $5 from each for tho Re longing cruel world, and wo don't blame Mr. van, and three brothers, John F. rule. But tho pledges given to can NEVER CAN REPAY. Ballard if ho took a vacation. Sullivan, Jr., Frank F. and E. P, It out. They big safely report to publican campaign fund. In this Ulster aro held as binding, and tho BELFAST. creosote boss that connection will some one please page Speaking of vacations, w could Ches and the Sullivan. Funeral services were exclusion In all counties where fiardly iblame Tobo Hert, the "I am sure that if I may say a held Monday morning with requiem the days of the bunk "reform" ad near Mayor Smith, Lewis Johnson predominate is contemplatIn Belfast, Ireland, there are more Warden, if he ran away few words on behalf of the Episcopal high mass at St. Mary Magdalene ministration are numbered, the tem of tho Board of Safety, and Mr. ed." from the terlffic bombardment com- church," said the Right Rev. Charles church, attended by many mourners per and character of the big Demo-- J Thatcher, former member of the than 80,000 Catholics. P, J. Doris, editor of the Mayo ing his way just now, and judging S. Burch, Protestant Episcopal . Frankfort, Lafayette, Alton cratlc audience marking the begin board, who were a committee that News, whoso ibrother, a member of awful barage being laid Bhlhop of the New York diocese, from other cities. ning of the end for near Mayor went to tho police station and flro LOOK AFTER MANY. from the and Parliament, is a 'political prisoner, Smith and, as styled by .niem Hug- - houses pledging that there would be down in his direction by Democratic "yes, I may add, on behalf of all and who was himself held in bondpress literature he needs good churchmen. say to city add no political assessments. gins, the most inefficient orators and I would In the New York archdiocese Attorney proIn HALLOWEEN SURPRISE. priests attend to 1,325,000 age, said palm referenco to the peomore of a defense than tho Bingham the author .of these noble pastorals: Court House government ever wished Clem Hugglns ieferred to these posal to off on tho Irish tho WcfltoonVa1. "thrice welcome to our No wonder press is giving. on any community. charges In a public speech,, and he Catholics. ple the emasculated home rulo bill: The regular monthly social meetCourier-Journand Times didn't country, great man.' As I wired him Republican machine That "The Irish Republic, peacefully Club realizes the local good people of this also referred to our DISAPPOINTING. want Hert an Issue In this campaign, Monday, I repeat tonight: 'Cardinal ing of St. Helena's that the hospital, Tuley, the Superand lawfully proclaimed, will stick - we wouldn't want any bosom Mercler, the American people love will be held Monday evening, Octo- district have turned against them Is intendent,where Dr.salary as SuperinandIt out as long draws tho ber 27, at Tho earth's population is less than of Irishmen live as a baker's dozen friend of "ours hammered like that, you and owe you a debt of gratitude Presentation the Auditorium of and shown by events of the past week. tendent, and also draws a. salary as upon the sod. There Academy, Fourth d Christian and hardly Chairman Rhea, of the which they never can repay." Men like Capt. Hogan and Capt. Will Dean of the University of Louisville, either. Is no beating about the bush. It U Breckinridge, at 8 o'clock. A sur- Harding, Catholic. Democratic Campaign Committee, with records of police both of which nro city institutions. the spirit of the Gael today. It Is prise Halloween party will ho given ability and efficiency of twenty-fiv- e certainly uncovered a hornot's nest now but a short road to independ- -' Here Is a sample of brilliant Thursday evening, October 30, at when ho showed by Jefferson County been by tho Keystoners: Tho entire Catholic hler- work St, Charles Borromeo's Hall, Twenty-sevent- years standing, have negro arrested police ii mmoi n rj ence. jf w mfwm on the testimony of Fiscal Court records that (Boss Morgan Chlnn, who escaped form the archy and ministers of many other and Chestnut, at 8 o'clock. company drew ?5G.031.02 for pleas- Insane Asylum and had been sought In this connection Hert's creeds are back of us. There will The committee has arranged a num- ing to note that attention it is be"tarmac" and "tarred if elt" from is (for everywhere, was found to have be no compromise." ber of. Interesting leatures for this ing called to the fact that now The county taxpayers. Jefferson Robert This militant determination Is not occasion and a very, enjoyable even- Lucas, the Chairman of the Republi- beon working at the Fourth street Times said that under Mr. Hcrt!s entirely based upon tho harmony at ing is promised, Members wishing' can Campaign Committee and car barn during the strike, where a party was tutelage tho Republican present prevailing in tne irisu race big detail of Capt. Cunningham's to attend the party are kindly asked prospering, but tho Blnliam press everywhere. It is stPcmslv buttress Court, of to make reservation not later than Prosecutor theso the .Police Demo- flying squadron were stationed day was cases where ed by a survey of tho symptoms of failed to add that tho tutor and night. Right under their very Monday evening, October 27, at the serves In unrest In many of tho iBritlsh dominprospering a llttlo on his own accrats aro arrested on discover him. social meeting. In. the meantime idlo and negro crooks. tho stories of noso and they couldn't no payn count, and tho taxpayers were Negro gam ions. A Dublin literary arrests In reservations may he made with any blers and loafers from whoso ranks No wonder there aro man raid to me: ing tho freight. The member of the committee. Tickets tho repeaters come, arc brought to murder and assault cases. "England's possessions boyond the There's one funny angle to the criminals won't give themselves up cents, will be twenty-fiv- e seas are seething with discontent HerMJIngham combination and that that court. Can Mr. Lucas servo tho or go about with a brass band Developments of the world war is the' attitude of tiae Louisville public and tho Republican party at proclaiming their guilt. Two of tho lTLNKFORT PERSONALS. have had an enlightening effect on Herald, which "poses as tho organ of tho same time. Can ho prosecute Koystoners, evidently strangers in them. Egypt has to be held in the G. O. P. machine In Kentucky. tho John B. Weltzel. of Washington, vigorouslycent, negroes who comprise our midst and not familiar with big cheek by forco. Tho Boors In South The Herald bosses are. becoming of the Republican town ways, wero standing outside Meagher, of 50 per and sister, Mrs. John Africa aro tired of their nursery-bottl- e intensely jealous of the Courler-jr.umrecent guosts party's local strength? Mr." Lucas' the City Hall after roll call the Louisville, have been government and aro clamor-in- g and Times' prestige with other day.. The big City Hall clock Meagher In duty to the public is conflicting of Mr. and Mrs. Michael for complete independence.. In- Hert, the hig Republican boss, and his duty to the Republican party and struck the hour of six and ono of Frankfort. dia's millions are awakening from every now and hen the Bingham our .comedy policemen said to the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lynch and ho should resign ono or tjio other. tho lethargy that has held her In press Is given a Jolt with a lot of witii au due respect to juuge other: "Say, Hiram, I'd son were here from Louisville and slavery for two centuries. Disturbspleen In it. Tho Herald managers like to have that doggbne were guests of Mrs, Isabel Lynch Bursrevln. a former Democrat who ances in Bombay. Lahore, Delhi and presides over Vhat court, the average feller's Job that has to ring that bell know that their paper Is used to and Mr. Richard Lynch and family. Amrltsar recently had to be suppublish all the campaign lies of tho O'Donnel), who has citizen can not understand his deci every fifteen minutes." Hiram rer Miss Louise pressed at the point of the bayonet, i local and State Republicans and day sions in the eases of the Democratic plled: got darn "Do tell. We been with her mother, Mrs. Harry many lives being taken An the proin and day out is used to defend B, O'Donnell, for a week's vacation," precinct captains. Now anyone who sight easier ptckln's drawing $4 a cess of enlightened pacification near Mayor Smith and his Joko "re- has served as a witness, or' on a day as constables." ' Sunday-t- o Louisville to rereturned Australia Is. kicking over the traces. Yet despite form" administration. sume her duties In the Internal Rev- Jury, or attended court In ,any She is figuring whore sSie came out capacity whatever knows that a this sacrifice Boss .Hert continually enue Office ALLEVIATE SUFFERING. in the war. She sent '400,000. and with the Courier-JournJudge confines tho evidence to the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Newman flirts Of these tho tremendous total of case on trial, yet in the Brennan Timet, who for a reward only have and daughter,. MIsa.Bernadette NewThe. Sisters and other religious of 307.396 wore killed or wounded, the case, kludge Burgcln( allowed the the Catholic church In the United the G, O. P. boss and. man, have come home from Marto defend actual number of killed being 68 criticising the "reform" adRepublican Cam States and Canada conduct 652 hosavoid tinsville, Ind., where they have been Chairman of the 035, The Canadians are thinking as pitals. paign Committee, who act ministration. fov two weeks. and talking on the same lines;. The up, one can see court, to IntroSumming It all Mrs. Pat Collins has coma to Prosecutor of that Dominion lost more than 300.000 in all-i- s and serene In the. not joy FORTY HOURS. Frankfort from Birmingham, Ala., duce evidence of the 1005 election, that killed and wounded, running close Repuhliean party. ROLAND ROHLFS, TEST PILOT, whore she hac been making her or Just fourteen years ago. Attorney of the rank to Australia, with, 62,700 killed or FLOGGED BY COSSACKS. city the Forty Hours' de home for several years, and will Join oieoi Muggins at we eonciuwon oi In dying of wounds." Stat Campaign Chairman Searcy is Who made a new American her son, James Colllnt,. and make the evidence said that the, Judge votionthis Is appointed to begin to iCorporal Benjaonin Sperling, of reduced to the tanks, Ballard flits Even long slumbering ', might just ae well allow the reading' morrow In fit, John's church, Clay Brooklyri, N, Y who was captured up in arms demanding Seottaid is out of tkescette, Morrow flounders altitudeL,, 'record above Roosevelt her futuri.h6ne,, a 1Uhh1 L, reaching the height of Field, Mr. and Mrs. L. Newman, Tom's and The solemn and. flogged by Russian and Muster on the stump without 30,700 fee, where he in t by wits- tm haltedtem- who have bfen James relative Jn of a few ohapters, ofto"UnoleIt would will Walnutrwith procession, service Siberia. Sperling is a Cossacks of measure of, home rule. This Is jmStpv law open exposi Cabin." as accord ins; getting anywhere, and ths crystallised untjl it has member a windstorm and Eastman, G., for several " weks, bve Juet as much bearing oh the tion of the JBlessed Saeratnent aad the Thirty-fir: Warden Je getting aa nwf al perature ,of SB below wo, a 2 .o United states came home Friday. case aa evMewee jwrtatollg to some.) high mess, sua panning from the Democratic camp. br Rev. Father (Continued on Fifth Page.) REPUBLICAN POTHER Junior Order Aroused. "re-for- N Seventy-sevent- Seventy-sevent- Bel-glu- m, shell-rocke- Mouso-Argon- DEMOCRATS h -- . Goy-ernme- nt Cov-vingto- n, -- - -- "the-Ame- ri subjeet-.lanolltlca- l - - Hert-Scnr- cy hand-picke- Spanish-America- t.'if-I- r r-- n sixteen-year-ol- ima-dhin- e, once-a-we- - Uls-term- en 1,-0- al one-thir- one-fir- th h fmmivpm mm -- well-know- al J u-it- certlrily-wouldn- 't ni. Xry; I al J nsvsk-raen- 100-mi- le st : .,,--- " - Ly .Hwa . r. sscBiscrrxxovrsr jj&mxs ajmobjbbxcj9lbx KENT06KY IRISH flMEMGfflt Dld . ousted by the latter, as he didn't want spectators to confuse him with (Mississippi. No . tho blusterer from Williams was drowsy. The wonder PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. bum .dope was dying C.lbolics effect of his ItUh American-.ato the Sod.l and Moid Adywcement ol out. s Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men COMING EVENTS. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incorporate. Interesting Information FOR October 29 Fall festival and SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c chicken supper of St. Denis' parish at Cano Run Improvement Club. Entered at the Loulivllle PoitoHlcc a Second.CUn Matter. 30 Fall festival and October W.tt Ore.n St, chicken supper by Altar Society of IRISH AMERICAH, KENTUCKY U thi .11 Communication. St. Agnes church, Newburg road. November 5 Euchro and lotto for benefit of St. Aloyslus church In Trinity Council Hall, afcrnoon and pisffaypj COUNCIL j 319-32- KENTUCKY Publishers 1 Every Efficient Housewife WE DO NOT WONDER at the large demand for Miss Otter's new booklet, containing many attractive recipes and menus. BE SURE TO GET YOUR COPY from the Home Economy Department before the , edition is exhausted HERE are some of the interesting chap ter headings: '4Klv;9nHslBB LOUISVILLE. KY YOUIl CIVIC DUTV. ....SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, Sunday Is a good day for quiet things for candid introspection. Therefore let us devote a fow minutes of it here in Louisville and Kentucky to contemplation or a subject closely related to our civic campaign is now duty. A State-wid- e in progress looking to the choice of officials to servo the people after December next. In tfie course of this canvass men will 'be Importuned to support candidates for these various trusts, not by the test of ithelr ubiety, experience And (past records, but by exclusive Tefercnco to Bomo ordinary service they may havo rendered the individual. All you need to know, and ail you seek to know, is this: Is the candidate experienced, trustworthy, competent and honest? Let us particularize a little more sharply: Throughout his extended record as a successful lawyer and business man and particularly during the past four years as Lieutenant Governor and Governor, James D. Black, Democratic candidate for that high office, has familiarized himself in the best possible way as indeed It was necessary for him to do with every detail of our State administration,- from A to Z. No man wo ever ran for Governor of Kentucky was better equipped "for the office tfoan he Is. His Republican opponent, on the contrary, is utterly inexperienced In State and civic affairs. ' It you apply to these two men the tests you apply in your EecjUons ifor all other Jdnds of service, how will you vote, how must you vote? Governor Black has served tho State, of which you are a constituent citizen, faithfully, fearlessly, IC rju Iliad a wiaau- - nmi well. legal adviser In (your lDomacrafiid private concerns and he naa renuer-e- d you loyal and devoted service, and It you were asked to supplant him with another, simply because that other, was a Republican and for no other reason, what would you There is not tho faintest say? shadow of a doubt that your answer would be an Indignant, emphatic refusal? So it rhould be In tho case of Gov. Black and the entire Democratic ticket. In the1 exercise of the suffrage on November 4, vote for tho demonstrably best man. The man who votes regardless of considerations of experience and attested fitness, votes in tho dark and r'.,rcfblesi iwlth the State's welfare and also that of the city and county. After proper reflection and with the people's best interest before triem tho' voters should elect the entire Democratic ticket, which means continued' progress, for Louisville and Kentucky. our ruler by vote of auditorium, Fourth and Park Whereforo wo have to wish him well avenue. in an especial manner and ;t'o pray for him. Why, wo aro counselled to "lovo our enemies" and pray for those wiho do us wrong, Wo nro Christians, you know, at least we say wo are. None of us Is canonized; therefore "Holy Mary, Mother Emmett O'Neal left Monday to of God, pray for us sinners now and spend two weeks In New York. at the hour of our death. Amen." Mrs. L. G. Scanlon, of Oakdale, has been visiting relatives at INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE. 1919 afternoon and evening. Bazar for benNovember 24-2ourselves. efit of. H,ply Rosary (Academy, iin J6 evening. November 13 Euchre, lotto and danco of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., w jf Wit tv 5 v? f ytrrHr. SOCIETY. , .PRAYERS VOll WILSON. . their religions to offer prayers for the recovery of President Wilson, We have who has been quite 111. announcement noticed the .also SENATE ACTION. publicly that prayers were offered by others, and have no doubt that Debate on the peace treaty in the in many places this was done by Senate has been largely perfunctory Protestants and Catholics, as would since Ubo President's Illness was anbe and Is very proper and dutiful nounced. That there will be some and of course charitable. However, reservations made by the Senate be- c athollc people are admonished by Fnrn rntifvlntr thfi treatv Is HOW Ken- he Church authorities to pray at all The amendments conceded. intM tor their rulers. During tnei proposed will scarcely be adopted. holy mass the'priest at the altar In- They have not been introduced with cludes the country's ruler or rulers that purpose In" view. The weak in prayers that arc offered up for points of tho treaty have been many alms and in behalf of indi- pretty well exposed by this time. viduals, such as for the Pope and That was what the President's They never the Bishops of the diocese, etc. We opponents wanted. Catholics, and no doubt other people, wanted the Senate to refuse to ratihave been .praying for tho President fy tho treaty. The record has now therefore ever since he was chosen been made. The treaty will be ratito be the executive of- - this great fied with' reservations to safeguard and Important country. All during our Interests, and the matter will be the war particularly, and since its dropped until the Presidential camclow again particularly, wo have paign opens' next year. Then It will besieged heaven with supplications, all be gone over again. to the end that he might be strengthened and enliefhiened and THANKS HOCKEFELLER, guided and taken care of in the1 Cardinal Mereler called on John performance of his official duties. past And oo tho whole our prayers have D, Rockefeller In person this (the (President week .to express his gratitude for been' answered, for health assistance given, the people of has been sustained In throughout the long and severe Belgium. ordftl, mental and physical, which EFFECT WOKE OFF.. he had to undergo. Now for the to be unwell and moment he seems Senator John Sharp WMlIams, who to perform the work of hl3 misrepresents the State of Mississipunable He Is ordered to rest, and pi and the Democratic party, disoffice. certainly, humanly speaking, It Is tinguished himself this past week on not sontrlsiHg that he is found to an uncalled for attaek on the Irish be la sore need of rest and relaxa- race, but his attaek met with hist tion. Yes, we know there are people contempt from the liter members of that body, no notice being taken who do ot "like" Mr. Wilson, not acre with Jhim nor of his tirade. Tfce .following day who do approve of aU na feas done and. wish Williams was found sleeping ,in hlr and, was ed to do. But he is our President, Senator Paaxose's In some Jewish rabbis and tlhe places he Mormon elders asked the people of It has been noted that It is becoming more evident oyery day that the industrial conference which was called by tho President to discuss labor conditions in this country Is going' to end without accomplishing anything. We did not expect it to solve all the problems of labor that are now pressing for solution. But wo believe that the country had a right to expect the conference to try to settle the matters that wore put up to It The great steel strike has been going on now for four weeks and apparently tihere is little hope of settlement. asked Tho Industrial conference-wato take up this strike and try to end it. When the question of arbitration was brought up tho conference refused to suggest it. , Even tho" matter of collective bargaining wa3 discussed at length without result. All this seems to show, as the True Volco says, tlhat the members chosen for the conference havo learned little during tho past few years. Some of them seem to bo living in tho epoch chat has passed when such men as Baer and Carnegie dominated labor as little czars. We Jhavo advanced far beyond that today. The principle of collective bargaining is recognized as sound by all thinkers and it is accepted by tho great majority of employers. But here is a national conference wasting its time discussing this question as If It were a new and unheard or thing. Surely this Is not very promising. We had thought itmt the men chosen for this meeting would be at least up with the times. The speech of Samuel Gompers before the conference was a warning that it needed to rouso It to tlhe serious industrial situation that con fronts the country. There "are the alternatives of reasonable settlement of labor disputes, or else radicalism in labor circles and bolshevlsm throughout the country. Unless the present leaders of labor can show results they will bo displaced by radicals and the present methods of negotiation will be superseded oy violence and" revolution. Tho Industrial conference seems to bo un aware of the seriousness situation". In order that the conference may take any ,action tho three groups that compose It, representing labor, capital and tho Agreement must agree. public, seems to be out of the question. Tho conference has brought out nothing new In its discussions thus far, and it is altogether unlikely now that It will reach any practical s -of-th- Miss Angela Ackerman has been spending several days with Miss Lillian Reagan at Peweo Valley. -- 'Miss Marie McQoe was Jast week the guest of Miss Martha Bowling at her home near Athertonvllle. Home Economics; Its Meaning; How Foods Are Classified; Menus; . General Kitchen Helps; Tested Recipes For t Meats, Vegetables, Biscuits, Breads, Canning, Cakes, Methods of Canning, Jelly. Making, Sandwich Variations. Telephone Main or City 2182 or Call at Our Office, Commercial Department. . Miss Mario Whelan has returned from a Week's visit to her mother, Mrs. Annie Whelan, at New Haven. Miss MUry Ooady has been in Lexington this week, where she at tended the Red Cross State Confer ence. f Cincinnati, Mrs. Anna Lyons, has arrived to be tho guest of Mrs. Henry Davis, Pearl street, JeiTorson- - LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY ' . - INCORPORATED , 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. CANNING MUSHROOMS Among the requests for special Information received by Miss Otter last week wbre many for a process for canning mushrooms. The following is an approved recipe: Can immediately after picking. Wash and trim. If large, cut in quarters; If small, can whole. Blanch 5 minutes In boiling water; then give dip, in and .out, of cold water. Pack In hot glass jars and add boiling .water to cover. Add one teasoonful of salt to each quart of water. Place rubbers and caps of jars in place, not tight. Cover jars with water and sterilize for length of time given below. When finished, seal tightly, invert until cold, wrap Jars In papor and store. y Water bath 90 minutes. vllle. Miw. Eugenia Winkler Relmers and Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh left Tues day to sepnd a few days In Cincin nati. Miss Clara J. McLaughlin has returned from Pittsburg, where she spent the summer, and , will leave shortly for Nashville. and ,Mr. and Mrs. Will Fahey children, of Anchorage, were here last week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. 13d Buckman, (Parkview. al Mrs. J. A. VMlier left Tuesday for Cincinnati to attend the wedding of p. va. a'tSt. John's church. as Mr. Elaherty is .popularly her sister, Miss Elizabeth known among 'his many friends in to J. C. Wright. South Louisville, and his bride have Miss Mary Lee 'Ryan, of Parkers-bur- .the host wishes of a host ol friends W. Va., will arrive on Monday for a happy and prosperous wedded life. to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Winkler In Keller Cfljjrt. AIlss Rose Connolly entertained Mr. and Mrs. George E. Schmidt her couBln, Miss Stella Hlgglns, of the engagement of their Lafayette, at her 'home In New Al daughter. Miss Edna V. Schmltt, to bany, her other guests ibelng Misses. oiga ueiviy, Robert W. Eisenmenger. The wed- Clara Coyle, Connolly,' "Hazel liutnr, Kaye, Estolle ding will take place the last of Alice Hlnkebein, Lillian Leaf, Virginia Austin, Helen Burke, AgMessrs. William Mrs. James O'Hara, of New Al- nes Lamke; Belviy, Celestlne Zoller, Clark bany, left Tuesday for St. Gattorerr Frank Hlnkebein, near Terre Haute, to Calvin Connolly, William Iredale and Sister Marie John Gluck, visit her daughter, Louisville. Margaret Jack formerly Rose, Miss. q'Hara. ILVLLOW EVE COLOANNOX. Miss Catherine Shea, of St. Paul, Minn., and Miss Margaret Sullivan, There's many a thing I'm missing since I sailed from 'County Cork, of Louisville, were guests of Mrs. Sallie P. Durrett at her home at And many a thing I'm wanting 'mid tho plenty of Now York; Prestonla. I miss old friends and customs, and I miss Avith many an ache Mrs. George H. Holzbog, Miss M- ma Holzbog and Chester Holzbog, of Tlhe Hallow Eve colcannon that my mother used to make. Jeffersonvllle, have departed for Milwaukee on a motoring trip of s I'm boarding in a restaurant, a three weeks. stylisch onq at that, ijlr. and Mrs, Joseph O'lTara, Corn- A Frenchman takes my ordor and a darkey takes my hat; ing, N. Y who had been visiting Mrs. James O'Hara, East Seventh And faith, .the dime or nickel that gets by that nimble pair and Elm streets, New Albany, have Is fit to win a sweepstakes .on the returned home. Curragh of Kildare. Miss Nora Ackerman, Master Philip Ackerman, Mrs. M. G. Gates I've wrestled with kortuffulen, I've and Joseph Rlehl were at Powee tackled pomme do terre Valfey last week, the guests of Mr. Till I feel my Irish rising wlien I see and Mrs. James Reagan. a bill of faro; I've left my malediction on BoheMessrs. James Foley, of Pewee mian, Greek or Jow, Valley, F. B. Cook, Fred Metz, Whoso cooking shames the, memory .Charles Compton and John Hordt of the decent spud I knew. composed a motor party to High Bridge for the week-enTis well I mind the mornings when I'd take my spade and go Mrs. (Fred Kellner is spending To the field beside tho boreon where several weeks at Martinsville, Ind.. the big ones used to grow; and before her return she will vhlt How I'd whistle to tlhe robins, .or for a few days with Harry Dojierty I'd mock tho plover's cry. and Mrs. iDoherty, of Indianapolis. Getting many a rainy polthogue from the big clouds sailing by. Mrs. James J. Shelley has returned from Boston, Mass., after spend- You may talk of shining nuggets ing the .past six months with her sure they're fine to dig and see. daughter, Mrs. John F. Lynch, and But a laughing Irish "Murphy" Is as Mr. Lynch, at their home In 'Newgood, as gold to me, ton, Mats. For were you cold or hungry your gold were poor I know, Miss Susan McDermott will leave By the Hallow Eve colcannon that tho first of next week for Now York, I had ten years ago. where ahe will he maid of honor at wedding of hor cou3ln, Miss Did you ever eat colcannon wlhea the Kathryn Boyer, of East OrangeT and 'twas made with thickened William Shoen, of Pittsburgh. cream, And tho.greens and scalllons iblonded One of the interesting weddings like tho pictures in a dream? of the week was that of Miss Marga-ret-- Did you over scoop a hole on top to Connor and James J. Kenealy, "hold a melting cako both of whom aro well known and Of the flower flavored butter that popular In Catholic social circles. your mother used to mako? They are now oa their honeymoon trip. Did you oyer eat and eat afraid you'd let tlhe ring go past, Miss Frances Burke, of Pitts- And omo old married sprissaun burgh, arrived Thjirsday to be the ipounced on It at the last? guest of Miss Louise Walton, and Then did you go blindfolded round while here she will be extensively the iflvo plates ,in a row entertained. Miss Mae Adams Lin- And find a Rosary beads three times, for a coln has issued invitations as I did long ago? dinner In ler honor this evening at the Country Club. Myself and Pat McCarthy were the lads that led .the play. .Miss Nell Ru96ell entertained at He's down in South Australia now, her home in New Albany In honor a leading man, they say, of Miss Agnes Eve, whose marriage But, faith, for fun and devilment took place Tuesday. (Those present that boyo had no peer were Mesdames Jess Darneal, W. to nhooka Gebhard; Misses Male AKln, Mary Wlfcen the fading ofcame year.Bandon the in the l, Russell, AgneB Eve, Katherlne Eunice Rhtnebecger, Mayme In'deed, I'm not complaining, for" I've Husson,- - Grace Eve, Iris Cook and plenty and to spare, Margaret Connell. And there'a nowhere like America for one to win his share. John Holland, of 1124 Roger life contented, but No- atreet, announces the epgagesMtfit of I go through "brings an ache rtmber hd daughter, Uw. Mary Holland, to The wedding Pot th Hallow Sve coloannon that Tiwina A. Flaherty. nay motfwc ued to make. 9 "t S;3 wilt take ptaee Ootober "Jim-mle," Busoh-emohl- e, g, To the Democrats of the My-ri- ck annc-unc- Gat-tere- God-dar- d, Mary's-of-thc-Wood- s, tate of Kentucky: VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT 22 For Governor JAMES D. BACK FOR GOVERNOR . .r-'sfc -- JAMESD. BLACK For Lieutenant Governor W. H. SHANKS i'i j - ?W&Gi'J&-'.'t.'ftar..'.. - V ur .3?-- Por Secretary of State MATT COHEN For Treasurer H. F. TURNER d. - For Auditor HENRY F. BOSWORTH -- J For Supt. Public Instruction L. E. FOSTER For Commis'r of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN For Attorney General FRANK E. DAUGHERTY -- ' For Clerk Court of Appeals J. E. GOODMAN And the Entire Democratic Ticket -- Cop-nel- Your support is respectfully : . solicited. . - v-- . JBZ&JSCTXJGJKTXr XiRLlSm JkJSEXEL2AXZ. Bringing, u& frliY ir,i - 13111 . -- - c TBUB ENOUGH aCc TM1 VfeAtt. iac-- nnu vva V7UUN Year TCrDfrt - lACLJIHJfTTMJ ...- ALir -- ri it? -.-. .. fp V me diep inc. - yS i's .,, '." mmm& 1 - I G.IVE UP I l J uuck! CHLHCK ,ri.7 iv? - ) j. V I V v - WWAT- - Do iirur. "i ij VVMY Youp i - ATasK .,mg -- ' . . . - .. . - J - FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Women may Indulge in any fancy they choose for their negligees. For tho less elaborate suits cheviots and twills and gabardine and homespuns are all in evidence. Judging from what we know so far of next winter's fashions, there are to be a good many coats with detachable capes. Colors may provide a wearer happiness or depression which explains why a women often will cling to an old dres3 and lot the now ono hang in tho closet. Tho great point about color study Is to apply it to suit your awn individuality. In buying, ask yourself not whether it is tho newest color out, but whethor it is the most becoming color for you. For a girl or women on a limited dress expenditure there, is over tho good, old reliable bluo; always fashionable and universally kind to both figure and complexion. Unlike black, it adds no yeaTa to a woman's face. Suits were never so expensive. Neither perhaps wero they ever so elaborate. Tho favored materials for tho dressier models are duvetyn and velvet. Brown, black, dark green, and beige are all good in these. i Qom'T KNOW'TWATT il iiiu v P 1 X i Amc - w W o hS1 f Voy iWHbN WASH NU IUN VAA? VouR AGE HE. I ., rE . wuru UZ OUtZ K I fflh President J 'kick'k'AAAAAAAAA'A'AAAAAA AaAAAAA ;ftTJbt-r- t RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Renders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting; only firms of known responsibility. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Oculists' '; Prescriptions. iced properly blended REPAIRING . je biibjvjk isor ohero:k:e:e imsa cleaned, packed WELDINfl ASK ANY OCULIST ASK YOUR GROCEIt. Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING 013 FOURTH AVENUE W. G. RORK, Pre ilitnl. THE BALL OPTICAL CO. BROADWAY OPP. MARY ANDERSON HERBHRT JENKINS. Sec. and Treju. AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2300 Road Service. WEST KY. VULCANIZING CO. INCORPORATED ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Homo Phone City 2511 Louisville, Kentucky Home City 8300 ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 941 South Third St. PISK TIRES ACCESSORIES & CO. 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Homo Phone Shawnee 1010 DoYouWanttoSellorBuy in her hangar at Frledrlchshafen, showing tho forward gondola of tho passenger airship. The Bodensee was built for passenger service and recently made her maiden trip ifrom Frledrlchshafen to Berlin. Bodensee, GERMANY'S NEW AIR LINER BODENSEE. A view of the Hamburg Amori can S. S. Company's new air liner, the DO YOU WANT TO JOHN B. O'LEARY Headquarters for CONTRACTOR FOR PROPERTY CITS' AND FARM See us about anything in real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOfiC estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1316 S. Twenty-siit- h St. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Jjome Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S68 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular incomes or salary with no publicity . or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER an their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. 16X-- 1 1, Courier-JournRoom 41G S. Fourth Street. al SAM Jj. ROBERTSON ACTIVITIES Welfare Work For Catholic Youth Furnishes Field For Lay Apostolatc. T. E. YANN DAIRY COJD7ANY Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING AND A SPECIALTT Teachers Should Study ClUldrcn and Carefully Xoto Unusual Signs. Incorporated. 008-51- FJRED HORNUNG, ST. GAS 0 SOUTH WENZEL JR. FITTING Help Stem Tide That Has Given tho Social Workers Much Concern. Both Phones 4202 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 80S HENRY GOSS Tin "SOUTHERN Morning" STAR" SLICED BACON Ready for Your Griddle In tho "All HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting Roofs Repaired and Painted XKBD Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. GLOBE OF A GUIIKKG HAND. (Although tho (purpose of these SECURITY & LOAN CO. articles on Catholic lay activities is to present as forcibly as posslblo the DEAD ANIMALS Incorporated. need for a practical lay apostolato A. Lazar, Manager CASH PRICES PAID HIGHEST In a general way, rather than to Homo Phone City 721; Money Advanced on Your Plain Note offer a specific programme for Call 312 West Jefferson Street action, tho problem presented by tho Cumb. Phone Main 721. caro of our youtih, particularly of (Second Floor) delinquent boys and girls, is 30 LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Home Phone City 2967. acuto that a slight digression into .NATIONAL HATTE1U this field will be pardoned, especially If, as Ave propose to do, the sugHA3D3LY BROS. SHOE STORES Home Phone City 1931 gestions offered arc given in tho TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. S25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. nature of examples ior activity In All Kinds of Footwear For the Suits Pressed While You Wait. other fields also. In the last article Whole Family Hats Cleaned and Blocked While reference was made to tho efforts You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and 'Big Brothers' and "Big Sisters" Two HAMBLY'S Stores Hats a Specialty. Work Called For might undertake in behalf of youth1716 and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, ful delinquents. A still greater task Shaw. 20th and Portland. Is suggested by tho question: City 7164 Attention and Quality." 18th and Magazine What can we do by way of preventing and your boy an aucattoa tkat will Site of prepare t&esa for life. JNO. P. MORTON & CO eliminating some for the causes that aro responsible our quota, as Catholics, of youthful delinquents. ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE INCORPORATED On the basis of an analysis or theso r oiTille, Xy. 113 W. Broadway, causes prepared some Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky. and approved of by months ago, by the X&veriaa Brother Conducted experienced Bualoeaa and Classical, Scientlflo social workers as in agreement with Department, Lars Xmraea, Preparatory OFFICE OUTFITTERS Hwlmmini; Pool, Well equipped Qymnatheir own observations In this field, liim Turmi mndAratA. PRINTERS wo now venture a STATIONERS pro- -.- jHinjnmin, it. constructive gramme for further efforts. Priests, especially those, in charge of parochial, schoOU, as well fits assistants In tho directors of Joys' clubs, etc., should study tho children and carefully note any sign of unusual vlclousness on their part. Retardation in school, especially if this be duo to other causes than sickness or legitimate absence from class, should be inquired into. Any unusual physical defect which might prove a handicap to the child later on should be taken note of. This may be done without hurting tho sensibility of the child or interfering with tho rights of the parents. Sometimes the curing of such a defect in early years spells great success for tho future of the child. We know how often the removal of tonsils and adenoids has at least cleared away obstacles to the mental growth of the child. Defective vision is sometimes respon- -' siblo for poor work a't school, and this in turn may lead to discouragement, frequent absence and occasions for getting into mischief. Excessive shyness, stammering and stuttering, a tondency to solitudo Tather than sharing in the usual diversions of ought also to be taken childhood note of. Their causes ought to bo ascertained and tho parents duly Informed. The latter, if sensible, will hardly take this interest in their children amiss, and the treatment at school should be continued by the parents at home. Parents themselves will therefore have a large share in determining the happy futuro of their children. There ought to bo a willing response on their part to the suggestion and Instructions of the teacher, priest or sister. Unfortunately we have not s and special the aid of attendants who are such a fine help to tho teaching force of other schools. Until wo have such auxiliaries we must make extra efforts to shield our children from untoward influences. Again, can not all priests, teachers, parents and social workers strive more consistently to develop (he will of our children and their resisting power to first evil influences? It is unwise and unjust to allow our boys and girls to plunge suddenly and unprepared from the Sunday-schools, school-nurse- anxiously guarded life of the parochial school, with Its numerous incentives to vlrture, into the world where an entirely different standard of moral values prevails, and where evil influences turn up at every bend of tho road. We do not mean that tho teacher should draw lurid pictures of a wicked world which is only set on ensnaring tho innocent, nor do wo hint at the necesBut we sity of refer to tho need of constantly presenting to the young not only the best models of a holy Hie, as exemplified in our saints, but also those motives and means of keeping their Christian character unsullied, which have helped many a youth to pass successfully through tho stress of adolescence and to keep his faith in the ideals of younger and more Innocent day3. There aro finally, besides tne causes of delinquency mentioned in tho analysis referred to above, certain dangers which we can minimize That the by steady movies aro responsible for many a moral breakdown In ehildhood is now freely admitted ny. men who can speak from authority. Tho pic tures may encourage tne cnim s tendency to wrong doing, and Instead' of giving him worthy ideal3 may contribute to greaier inurai deficiency. Even the colored supplement of tho Sunday newspaper, despite all assertions to the contrary, may sow a seed of moral decay in tho child. "Nightlife", in the largo cities Is a prolific source of moral evils, and there is absolute ly no excuso for .parents or suara-lan- s in granting children the liberty of streets and boulevards after dark. How some Catholic mothers can persist In neglecting their duty on this point, and that for years, and even when they are being made aware of the havoc such license is playing with the health and the religious life of their daughters, Is hard to understand. A careful consideration of suggestions of this nature may help to stem the time of the evil that has given mucin concern to social workers juvenile delinquency and enable our schools to accomplish their work with greater assurance of permanont results. V I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer Tor your Business. Farm, Mlno of klnd or description. 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BODY'S Special Luminous Crucifix, metal I tqok with me a series of ted. After an exhibition of the films CLEANER MAP OF figure, 12x25 inches, shines in -tho Department of Interior films, picked and a brief talk in the Fest-Hall- e, 1 dark, $2.98. out the most Interesting parts, show- Coblenz, which was operated as a g KENTUCKY FREE ing improved rural community life, recreation center hy Knights of Coetc., and labeled the composite film, lumbus, 453 boys out of a crowd of JWLLER&S0N Church Goods Co. Also Sample Copy Free of tho Lone Woman Secretary Preached "God's Country." Tho K. of C. 5,000 pledged themselves to go back 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. to the farm once they returned clubs abroad were a ready-mad- S Gospel of GdV Country KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL circuit for introducing the film. home, anil hundreds of others "asked Overseas. T.here were over 150 of these clubs the K. of C. for farm. literature. Fully illustrated, thirty-tw- o pages, PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT A8SeCZATX0H projection machines, ' In all, In a course of 165 lectures with' seventy-fiv- e SUITS MADE TO ORDER thousand readers. Incorporated were dotted all over the we were able to reach about 250,-00- 0 and they ADDRESS Wfti Organized by Cltlitns men. They were eager to learn territory of the A. E. F. from VOll LADIES AND GIIENTS to Xak KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL Ku.sy to Place Object Lesson Before Bordeaux to Coblcnz. We started about their own country, and It Is a ' Itcmodclcd nnd Altered X, O A H Soldleiw in France nnd with Bordeaux and lectured at every fact that the films showed them XX Inter-SoutheBuilding: On FurnMnx and Other Puraonal hut. Not a conventional, exhortative scenes In the United States which 511 S. THIRD ST., POPE BLDG. Geminny. LOUISVILLE, KY. Property at they had no Idea existed in the land Phono City lecture, but good, 2103 "Wo Call nnd Deliver LOWEST BATES jsuff, without heroics or they were fighting for. They were fulsome flattery. Fifteen minutes' the best audiences I have ever seen, COLEMAN BUILDING .. g, i, i, ,;, it ,1. ,. ,, ,t ,. g. .f. ,, ., ,, ,t ,n. 1 H-sense was what the S, E. COB. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Turned Foicward Thoughts of Thou- worth of common tho boys, and we and I have a little experience in The I problem of pleasing audiences. we aimed to give Both Phone 2886 sands and Hit Bolshevism the pictures tell the rpst of tho K. of C. have much to their credit let Hard Blow. story, which they did very well. It In war relief work; but apart from We Are Experts on Fords Medley Hotel and Restaurant was amusing to see the expressions their provision of adequate spiritual iVnd df the boys as they read the anrecreational Oiollitles to the Give Us a Trial nouncements outside tho K. of C. A. K. F. I don't think they did Right Services Free Road Service Many of them thought that any more useful work than incline WIKUMOI) IIAMMEK AXI) GUITAR huts. Right Prices the Knights had suddenly gone in farmwards the thoughts of tlhousands for uplift, but they gave the show of young soldiers, and sailors, too, MOTOR CO. i Day and Night a fair trial, and after that we had for ten of our. engagements were on 10c at different Some thousands of boys of the packed houses wherever we went. American 'warships SOUTII FLOYD ST. 620 WEST MARKET ST. It was really an effective A. E. P. are returning to their home Gen. P.ershlng became Interested in ports. PHONE CITY 1850 the lectures, and recommended me to blow against Bolshevism. every intention land of with . where I found Both Phones 2406 answering the question raised in. the go to certain places boys LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY INTO HTKBXAL BEST. from the song, "How aro you gonna keep largo numbers of 0 0, them down on the farm, after mainly agricultural sections of the Saturday morning at the '.Sacred WHEN IT'S YOUR) they've seen Paree?" All these United States who just needed a reAdolpb Reatllnger MOVE- boys have seen Paree, been charmed minder of the great, wide life they Heart church the Rev. Patrick Hrt 4't"I"I"H and fascinated by it and longed for had left behind and which they were Wahsh celebrated the requiem mass Both -- . Both j, TORNADO, LIABILITY AND more of it; but they have had the returning to. and pronounced the absolution over Phonei Phone Going through France and Ger- the remains of Mrs. Catherine PLATE GLASS attractions of tho good old homeland THE VERY BEST placed before them at the right many it was easy to place an object Ormond Foley, a saintly woman and LET US KNOW 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET moment, and Paree lesson "before the soldiers, for tho one' of llho oldest residents of Louispsychological doesn't carry off the honors in com- French and tho Germans have at ville. Mrs. Foley was the widow of Local and lone distance moving with LOUISVILLE SAVirGS the least one virture in common they tho late iMatthew Foley, Sr., and motor ' vans. Furniture, packing- and SOUTn parison. The movies and All work guaranteed. Knights of Columbus are the combi- know how to get the most out of spent many years of her life in St. shipping'. cheerfully furnished free EsAND DEPOSIT RANK timates of nation directly responsible for this nature. I could point to the coun- Louis Bertrand's parish. The latter charge. Fourth and Central Avenue wholesome turn of thousands of tryside in which our boys were part of her life she spent with her A. ARNOLD ft SONS thoughts to American camped and impress upon them how daughter, Miss Mary Foley, 827 doughooys Three Per Cent. Paid on Savlnga Se STOKAQE CO. AUCTION Deposits. A General Banking Busi street, where agriculture and other forms of land thrift and Industry had made both South Twenty-secon- d SOFT DRINKS (Incorporated) ness Transacted. life, and tho .movement to interest Franco dnd Germany great, deriving the peacefully passed into her 425 Wast Main Street these 'boys in the soil goe3 back to the lesson that the same virtues heavenly rest. Mrs. Foley was a Secretary of tho Interior 'Franklin could, after few years, make those native of County Wexford, Ireland, Roofing K. Lano, who made it possible for who practiced them In America in- and came to this country in 1847. her illness was active in the work dependent. Tho boys were often She was an exemplary woman and of the Sacred Heart Altar Society. tho Knights to get the movies. I happen to have had the honor to dubious concerning certain state- her life was a beneficent influence The Interment 'was in St. Louis Incorporated be i the only woman sent overseas by ments made regarding the monetary in tho community In which it wa3 .cemetary sl grandsons acting as Pitcli, Coal Tnr, Tnrrcn Felta, the Knights of Columbus to do work value of crops. But we were well spent and as a friend and neighbor pallbearers. Mrs. Foley is survived Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). that might be termed of a secretarial fortified with authoritative lltera- -' she mot every obligation and paid by four children. Mrs. Jennie Mccharacter, tho adjective implying ture, a study of which while cross- it with a willing hand and heart. Donald, of Covington; Mrs. James ing the Atlantic had familiarized me She was a life-lon- g something of a 124 W. Main member of lihe Hagan, of St. iMatthewa; .Miss Mary meaning, for your war relief secre- with many phases of agriculture and Catholic church and lived in strict Foley, with wlhom she lived, and Telephone 1022 Main14O0-Phonos City 1250; tary had to wield a hammer and a would certainly 'have lured me back accord with Its .teachings, and until Joseph T. Foley, of Louisville. BIRDSEYE VIEW OIL K. OP C. wielded guitar quite as .,.. frequently as he L. inu io y. ,., ..... lunu, u inai Everywherr . . $10. Solid Gold Real Stono Rosaries, $25 and $30. Plain Rosaries from 25c to $1. Children's Rosaries in colors, 10c and up. Lot us make a selection for you gold and silver chain Itosarics in all colors from $1.50 to "SiiSlfC?C Rogers te "Well-kno- rn straight-from-the-ohoud- H- SMOKE Lady Dash Little A. Cigars 5c THE FORD SHOP TARPY'S . PEFFER Ill Best Made! 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Insert right, Gabrlelle D'Annu nzio, poet soldier directing Italian tQalok Maal Gbb Usages Sold, Installed Bad Highly Racommaadad GEHER & SON, For Your Now Homo W, MARKET ST. 215 FIRST AMERICAN HOUSE. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. 1818-182- HUSH HERE FIRST. lPiof. J. C. Monaghan amused tho Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago recently with revelation in regard to the Irish. He said that "Pat" discovered Iceland, Greenland, America, and proved that tho Irish were here first by tho Indian tribe names. Tho Onondagas took their name from tho Irish O'Donnagans; the Tenneszees from Honnessy; the Shawnees from Shaughnessy; tho Michigans from the Mick Egans; the Oregona from tho O'Regans; tho Omahas from thd O'Mahers; the Osceolas from the O'Scullys; the GIbuas from tho O'GIbbons, "Tho early Irish wore riding through tho wioods one day ,in Wisconsin," said tho Professor, Where they missed O'Conor. "Where is O'Conor?" asked one. "Oh, let O'Conor walk," said another, and thereupon the Wisconsin Indians were named Oconomiowocs. -- You'll Never Make n Mistake in Ordering Our Three blocks from the gates of Paris leading to Versailles Is situat ed the first American community house opened In (Franco under the auspices of the National Cathollo War Council. The house, the interior of which is artistically decorated in eon shades of gray and gold, Is especially adapted for com munity work. Its spacious rooms, which aro well provided with The Boys' Store and Barber Shop Third Floor. windows, make it an Ideal etudy place for tho young men and women who attend tho several classes many of whom have been working In badly ventilated and poorly lightYou ed factories and stores. In addition Baths--0- 1! to reading and writing rooms there Is a well equipped library and a Has the Most Sanitary, Effi- - music hall. Class rooms aro set aside for stenography, typewriting cient Plant in America. and English and a canteen is provided for the students. SurroundGET PIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT ing tho building are magnificent grounds, in tho center of which is WEST WALNUT. 408 a small Japanese tea garden for the uso of the children who assemble there dally. Girls who work in factories and stores, and who are HARVEY-JELL1Cdesirous of improving their condi0 tions, both socially and industrially, flock to La Malson in (INCORPORATED) tho evening. Here they can learn English or take a course In stenoThe Company With the Coal and the Service. graphy, while those who show a or for Famous Black Joo Lump Coal from Eastern Kentucky. $7.00 talentvoicesmuslct havearo gifted with good instruction in can per ton delivered; $0.00 per ton at yards. the arts for which nature has qualiYard at First and A. fied them. Tho children are taught Yards located at Fifteenth French folk songs and American Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payne Streets. patriotic airs. Over hundred of them attend tho vacation classes dally. Both Phones at All Yards. They have two sessions, morning and afternoon. ORPHANED CIULDREN. ENJOY GAY WHIRIi. All of tho 'buildings and .recreational equipage of the Knights of Kentuckians aro finding New Columbus In Nome, Alaska, lias been York City a gay interesting turned over to 1,000 Indian children spot just now and continue arriving whoso parents were victims of the in unusual numbers. Registered epidemic. A recent there tho past week were Mr. and influenza survey was made by the Knights to Mrs. S. T. Graves, G. Elder, M. FOR L.ESS MONEY. ascertain how many army posts Mayer; T. Keeloy, H. T. Robinson would he operative during the winter and 'Miss S. M. Barry, of Louisville; months in the irigld country. "At Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hart, of CovingNome it was found that the soldiers ton, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M." Walsh, at Fort (Davitf," said William P. of Jeffersonvllle. 308 W. Jefferson St. Larkln, Overseas Director, "had been vllle. taken out Tor tho winter months. OP THE OWNER- Our representatives (found hundreds STATEMENT VALUABLE BOOKLET. CIRCULA-TIOSHIP, MANAGEMENT, of small boys and girls without ETC., OF THH KENTUCKY fathers and mothers in crowded Rev. Father A. iGaffney, O. P., IRISH AMERICAN. homes. WitWout any further negotiaPupllshed weekly at Louisville, Ken- tions they turned over several of the has just published a booklet entitled "Teaching 'Children tucky, required toy the Act of buildings at Fort Davis, used by'the While this little book is the Mass." Intended for August 24, 1912. soldiers, a large quantity of supplies children, a great number of our e Name of Adress, including mittens and muffler? and grown-up- s well to peruse Editor, William M. iHiggins, Louis- war coverings (and accommodated Its pages. would do rather a com It gives Ky. ville, 1,000 of the poor little kiddies." At prehenslve idea of the significance Associate Editor, John J. Barry, Seward the Knights arranged recrea- of the liturgy pertaining to the mass, Ky. Louisville, tional equipment and a building for of the lights, the vestPublisher, The Kentucky Irish Amor-lea- n the 30Q soldiers stationed at, that tho meaning altar-linements, the and sacred Company, Louisville, Ky. Aft Juneau there will be a vessels. place. We can recommend this (If a corporation, give big garrison next spring, and the Owners: help work names and addresses of stockhold- order has arranged for building a proper as a valuable mass. to tho assisting at ers holding 1 per cent, or more of hut and movie theater which will be copies are only ten cents andSingle may total amount of stock.) completed when the troop3 arrive. be secured at local Catholic bookWilliam M. Higgins, Louisville, Ky. stores. John J. Oarry, Louisville, Ky. GIVEN HIGH HONOR. Mary H. (Higgins, Louisville, Ky. MEHCIER'S RKCRTTION. Known bondholders, mortgagees and Tho other security holders, holding 1 Society, Catholic Church Extension In headquarters. The per cent, or more of total amount Chicago, with received through its spect extraordinary honors and rehas shown to Cardinal Meicier of bonds, mortgages or other seArchbishop George Chancellor, make one of the most interesting curities: a letter from Pope Benedict, chapters In American history. None, praising the society for its mission- Methodist, Episcopalian, Presbyter-IaKENTUCKY AUISH AMERICAN CO. ary work and granting the privilege or Congregational colleges WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. to use Sworn to and subscribed before me paper the on the society's official universities honor him with degrees. Papal Insignia, a tiara sur- Enthusiastic to gather crowds this 14th day of October, 1917. mounted by two keys. Only ono witness his entering or leaving a HERMAN V. COHN, en- motorcar or a train. These tributes N. P. J. C, Ky. other organization in the world will long remain as evidences of a Commission expires Jan. 16, 1920. joys this privilege. most widespread admiration for the courage, the patriotism and the sanctity of tho great prelate. I Levy at Third Br os sMarlcet First and third Fridays, Hlbearctaa 0 Home, Portland. President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergoant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-haBrod-ericn. LUMBER JON3B)S FRBD BROOK AND A STS, Gt. INCORPORATED It Has the Quality. & O O. k, BLACK & DECKER Sentinel Thomas Noone. PORTABLE ELECTRIC DRILLS Sizes 3-1- 0 to 7-- 8 TurKish Crescent Hotel fcSfi fF DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Monday, CHILDERS Hoik Phonaa 135 ELECTRIC CO. COAL CO. nnd-Mngnolia- . DIAMONDS Jewelry Watches and SIDNEY'S Post-Offic- -- Mun-delei- n, BOSTON BANKER DIRECTS TRAFFIC HERB HtEIiAND'S STRUGGLE. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2 Halo avenue. Ireland's gallant and persistent Treasurer John F. Burke. Btruggle for freedom has won tho Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Oon approbation of liberty loving peoples nelly. everywhere, and tho new generation Sentinel M. J. McDermott. in Ireland aro proud that in their day the spirit of liberty is as strong THE END. To quote the Prime as over. Minister of England, Lloyd George, When you come to the end of the "the Irish people are no more reconJong, long trail, ciled to English jule today than they And the work of your life is done; were In the days of Cromwell." This When you're Teady to go to the tribute , to the indestructable spirit great beyond, of Irish nationality by tho head of And the battle is lost or won, the government, who 13 employing 'Tis sweet to toe able to look way a hundred and fifty thousand armed back troops to keep the Irish people in O'er the years that have gone day subjection, is unique. by day, And feel that you've tried your level WILL RETURN BODV. best To be loyal and true alway. (The officers: who eerved under the How fearful It Is when tho lights late Major William Redmond, brothgrow dim, statesman, are hoping ' And St. Peter waits by the gate, er of the Irish to have of the you've made a'mess of removed the bodyBelgium late Major To know that d and from things, In Ireland. your life has been full of who was Idolized byMajor Redmond, That his men, fell In hate. action whilst leading an Ulster bat And tho things that you've done talion on the Western fnont. He and haven't done was buried in a convent garden not Pass before you In swift review, far fell, the nuns of And yon pray to God for another the from wheie he his good friends. convent being life During tho later advances the conAnd a chance to start anew. vent was shelled and its buildings So live your life a's it should be reduced to a heap of ruins. lived, Cheerful and steadfast and true, HAPPILY UNITED. So that God will stand with arms, outsti etched One of he prettiest of the fall At Heaven's gate waiting for you. weddings In New Albany was that James E. Short. solemnized in Holy Trinity church on Tuesday morning when Miss Agno3 Evo became the bride ot Bernard POTHER Schmidt, one of tho prominent young men of the city. Rev. Father Curran pei formed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass. Following (Continued from First Page.) the ceremony there was a wedding reception at functioning as a perfectly organized breakfast and popular body. The Scottish Review, the home of the bride's parents, Mr. an ably edited quarterly, Is giving and 'Mrs. Charles Eve, 2233 Shelby voice to the aspirations of the awak- street. Both bride and groom were Now it it not be- recipients of many valuable presents. ened Scotchmen. cause of the sacrifices they mado CATHOLIC ROY SCOUTS. for tho mother country in hpr time of strojB that Australia and Canada At u recent session of the Catholic are complaining. Jt i the firm conviction that tho war was a mess that National War Council It was decided should have been avoided at all to establish Boy Scout organizations costs, as well as the belief that in In every Catholic parish In the United s they are likely to be States. The Catholic War Council future called upon again to make sacrifices had under consideration for some that should not be necessary In a' time a movement for the benefit of world. the boys of the nation one that Several heroic soldiers from those attracts their attention, trains them two- countries tofd mo in Paris that in good habjts and loyalty to church belief and country. A committee was apit .wlas the among tho armies that the British pointed to Investigate rules and generals vysre, for the most part, regulations of existing organizations absolutely incompetent. They point- and to loport as soon as possible. ed- out Gen. French as a shining example of what was meant. It was GOLDEN ROD STAKES. well known In France that French HOPE IT'S TRUE. was sidetracked at the suggestion of The Golden Rod Stakes, a mile hnrsps. will be Joffre, who found him very much In Moo tnr There was this week a .persistent his way. So French was quietly tihe feature at Churchill Downs this rumor in circulation in Paris to the sent to Ireland to keep down the afternoon and some of tho nest effect that negotiations are afoot Sinn Felners a not very difficult hnrs in tliA oiintrv will comnete. looking to the restoration of diplo- task with an army of 216,000 men, Thehanner crowds of the past two matic relations oetween France and not counting the 15,000 "peelers." days give evldenco or tne popularity tho Vatican. The rumtfr Is denied or racing in i.ouisvme ana me emu BUYING YOUR COFFEE. quarters, but Rome In nfrioinia n in he congratulated on advices say Vatican circles believe s of sport being offered. the Mulloy's coffee house Is recognized Tho purses are wen worm striving it to be well founded. all over Louisville as headquarters for, nothing less 4Pjan $1,000 being FOOII CAN'T COME. for the finest and best coffees and awarded each race. teas, on the market. The firm has a splendid business by It Is said to be authorltativoly stat- ftillt CATHOLIC CENTERS. ed at Parjj that Marshal Forri has selling Its customers only what is postpone his visit to the absolutely fresh and guaranteed to decided to Our lareest urban centers of Cath House- olio population are: United States until after the peace be exactly as represented. treaty is ratified, The presence of keepers who wish the purest teas, ,New xorK, i,ssd,uuu Marshal Foch iin Europe is deemed coffees and other delicacies for their Chicago, 1.150.000. necessary until the terms are in ef- table always deal at Mulloy's, r Boston, 900,000. fect and are working smoothly, their special convenience the Brooklyn, 00,000. regular delivery wagons make Philadelphia, 710,000. qELISBRATH THE ARMISTICE. rounds in the suburbs taking orders Pittsburgh, 650.000. for their goods. Newark, 542,000. On November 11 next there is to Hartford, 523,795. be a Hrlking event in France, a HHLl'ING ORPHANS. Cleveland, 436,000. miHtary pilgrimage of thanksgiving, Union Council,' K. of C, of Syra. New Orleans. 426,338. which is fixed, for the anniversary of eue. by unanimous decision Voted St. Louis. 425,000. the armistice. The fetea will be fthe sum of $500 to the building Detroit, 880,500. Drealded over by Cardinal Lucon fund of ' San Franciico, 350,000 the Onondaga Orphan Asy- Archbishop of RheStna, who will ac- Jjuin, which eare for depeuden Pro- Springfield, 322,450. cept the address "of the pilgrlnsol-oMer- s. leMAnt cnimren or me county, tins uibacription and a ubatanUal check ORPHAN OHARGB. , from 'Blahop .Grimes vera the last CATHOLIC OgURCHKg. received in the drive which was In the Catholic istourdtt in the In the United SUtei there are formally ctoead test week with a United State there are nearly 300 total, subscription of $800,000. 15,997 Catholic church buildings, n orphn avylums D. Meany. Bortrand Hall, Sixth street. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence INCORPORATED 333 W, Main Street lit aSaaLaaaV KmMMJ' S .aaaaS'ti " Marie-Loui- se SIIULER AXLE MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED COMPANY Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Dlstanco Thonea Parkway 2 South 903 JONES AND N STREETS LOUISVILLE, IRELAND. KY. ad reln-terre- PERFECT FITTING Before EnEland was born Into the SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES family of nations. Ireland was an ajutoinomy, (recognized as such by contemporary races. When Albion was inhabltated by a harbarous and savage people, Ireland was In the v wnen tno height or prosperity. Anglo-Saxon- s ns all-da- y mix-up- n, ntlinr in nlw(ri. Trelnnd waa t)OS- sessed of a settled government and was administered by wise laws, so ancient that no one Knows precisely the period of their first promulga' Oculists' Prescriptions. ting when Tncland was remark able for Its ignorance and .brutality, Ireland was ceieorateu ior uer SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY culture and civilization. When St. INCORPORATED Augustlno was .preaching to tho heathen, ana wnen 'iuieiDem. was Fourth nnd Cliosjmit. rocalvlnp hnnHsm. when Alfred was a widower, Ireland was sending For Proper GIas$e eo:sui.T forth missionaries all over the world, spreading everywhere tho OPTOMETRIST wnen uiu gospel ana civilization, universities of Cambridge and S15 STAIIKS 11I.DG., Phone City 118ft, worn lnlrl. tho eolleces of Ire Fornwlr with C. SI. nUeraan A Bon. land had long been flourishing seats of learning, imparting to an wno came to her schools knowledgo and Trnlnnri ran assert, what HO li.n1i other existing kingdom or state can say, that her history Is lost in the mazes or antiquity, ana tnat net nm nf imrbarfffm (belonfis to pre historic times. Colin Lindsay. wero tearing each QrJiZsisppb (K) BECKER Ox-fnrr- i. woli-iardere- d CATHOLIC COLLEGES. T - Catholic colleges for young men. Anlintrv MlATr 5 XVk 215 crv1c le !!? PTtcen nrnaonnble. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBalataBBBBBBBBBBI l tum-vMr-n- lil well-Inform- high-clas- I lLLnV V wSmS and-fo- .J,rt -- a x ' -- JaJMMOalaUaWfcal B!9BRfl'"Bift'f,' an aww laa'aj'a i aawawaMaMaMaaMIilllWlimi irt "f i iMWhBE: ""' wwmw - ' I ION OF GREAT MONUMENT. FRANCE STARTS ERECT ,T .';i?3 ' :,. -- SiCKpecrxjOKrv- - jish ajmde&buloaj.. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HIBERNIANS. THE TEST OF GOOD SERVICE SELECTED AS EXEOUTOU, TRUSTEE AND GUARDIAN BY A GREAT NUMBER OP THOUGHTFUL PEOrLE OP MEANS. Many persons of WEALTH; AND INFLUENCE, woll qualified to JUDGE FITNESS have named tho FIDELrry AND COLUSEBIA TRUST COMPANY as Executor, Trustee and Guardian.. commlt- This Indicates a very high degree of CONFIDENCE, INTERESTS OF ting' to this COMPANY'S trained management X THE MOST VITAL IMPORTANCE. YOU SHOULD DO LIKEWISE. TALK IT OVER WITH. OUR OFFICERS. IN LOVING REJIEJIBIiANCE. i Kf tho Omaha exemplification. At the! uanquet u toast to (President Wilson bring, ever will peace to our hearts, until wo was drunk standing. Sweet Trice Hill Council marked tho meet again. , Mother, Father, Sister. opening of Its new club house with an invitation on Friday and Saturday for the first- degree, tho second RECENT DEATHS. and third being given Sunday. New Albany Knights jlield a a Mrs. Jennie McAtee, widow of largely attended meeting Thussday O Dell McAtee, died Tuesday at the night, when a telling address was home of her daughter, Mrs. Garrett delivered by Rev. Father Roohl, house-!- : Hlldbhrand, 1534 Dumosnll street. associate rector of St. Mary's church. Thursday morning tho funeral servMarrihlng to tho Cathedral on - ii ices wero held at St. William's Columbus day, tho Mobile Knights church. made one of the best showings ever T JLAJLLy ivs fcen In that city. First came a Friends and relatives wore deeply platoon of police, followed by a de- grieved when they learned Sunday tacnment or regular soldiers, Drago's morning of ithe death of John H. band, Fourth Degree in full regalia and nearly a thousand Knights. O'Connor, tho beloved son of John A. and Maymo O'Nell MORNING WEDDING. O'Connor, at the family residence, 2513 Slevln street. The funeral took Tho marriage of Miss Alia May place Monday with Interment In St. Purcell and Irvin Stewart Cox, was Louis cemetery. solemnized with nuptial mass at Both Phones 1323 Holy Name church. Auto Delivery Mrs. Mary Lincoln Ford, aged O'Conrier, officiating. Rev. John T. The brido sixty-twpassed away Saturday wore an exquisite gown of whlto night, but not until after? everything georgette crepe, mounted over wlhlto known to lovo and skill had failed satin; her veil was draped In cap aaaaaS-'- ' Saaaaaaaae 212 WBST MARKET STREET. to prolong life. She was tine mother fashion with orrange blossoms, and HaaaG& c LaaaV H. Reisinger, and she carried a shower bouquet of of Mrs. Charles HIGH GRADE COFPEE Bafaafi was held in. high esteem by her bride's roses and bouvardla. funeral took many frlents. Mls3 Bessie Purcell, who was her amla.'tr (offcolb w40c to COo '2fev2r i f "THkTt place Tuesday mqrnlng from Smltih's sister's maid of honor, wore a dress Tea,lh 80c to $1.25 high of pink georgette crepe with hat to aaaVrI&J?v2x3aaav requiem Son's chapel," "NYith Coco, lb 40c aaaaMavetkiBBaa 9 o'clock. match and mass at tho Cathedral at Baking Powder carried an arm bouquet 30c to OOc of Mrs. Ward's roses.tled with pink Extract, per tubo 30c When Death's; Angel called Mary tulle. John J. Watklns was 1Jho PIo Pilling 25c Catherine Shaugfyiessy, tho Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) groom's best man. Immediately 25o daughter of Mai'. J. and Mary after the ceremony breakfast was 1120'. South Sev.enth served at tho home of tho bride for Sihaughhessy. street, tho 'Mbme was bereft of a tho wedding party and tho imspirit that .was. sunshine and happi- mediate families. Mr. and Mrs. Cox ness to the family clrclg. A lovable left for an extended trip through and bright child) tho bereaved tho North. TWO-PIEC- E parents are' consoled by the knowledge that an angel .has preceded SOME TAY DAYS. SUITS tfiom into tiTie-- oresence of tho Giver of all life. ,Tho funeral Aook place Three-piec- e Just a little more than a year aero Saturday morning from St. iLouls America bought iLIberty Bonds to Bertrand'fl church, throngs of her tno tune of $6,000,000, On Wednesthe day, October 15, Uncle Same had the little schoolmates attending WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. requiem mass". Interest on that loan all ready. It BEST SERVIGE IN THE CITT. amounted to the dignified sum of James B. Ciimmings, who served $148,517,248.75. And next month years , as an engineer of there will bo another of theso pay thirty-fiv- e Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de GEN. BARUY OUT. "was a higihly days. the Ii. &N.-"auIn tho middle of November SOAPWgWW hiembjir of Holy Name the Interest en the second Liberty Chine and All Dainty Materials. K. Barry, respected Major Gen. Thomas uucsvuk INCORPORATED "of heart trouble Satur- Loan will fall due and $78,102,-249.2- 0 church, died comnrander of tho Army Department day night afc.'hlb (home, 2800 South will bo disbursed. And in YOUR GROCER HAS IT. HARRY B. DRIVER, President. been automat- Third street. of the East, Some time ago ho December two more such days will ically retired from tho service by rotired from the road, being one of roll around. The .first Liberty Loan Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. MAGIC-KELLE- R reason of uge, having reached his its oldest employes. Surviving him will be the cause of $36,658,376,65 birthday. He retires to are his wife, Mrs. Margaret being distributed, and at the same INCORPORATED two sons, Khomas Cummlngs time tho Victory Liberty. Loan will private life, and pending the apftAAAAftAAAAAAyUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pointment of his successor, Brig. and Charles Cummlngs, Corbln; a witness Its first interest day and Gen. Charles J. Bailey, "who has been brother, Bartholomew Cummlngs, $106,875 will go back into the stationed at Fort Totten. will com- and a sister, Miss XMary Cummlngs. pockets of tho people and the . Por Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. mand tho Department of tho East. Funeral services were held In Holy principal will remain .undiminished. Gen. Barry, who has served for Nrnmn church Tuesday morning, Uncle Sam is offering tho now More Bank Accounts, years, has taken attended by many mourning friends Treasury Savings . Certificates In deposit of than 35,000 $10,000,000, is representing 100,000 people with a total more than forty-si- x more than the monument of confidenco built by the part in campaigns against the In- and old acquaintances. $100 and $,1000 and the familiar people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. CIOASS CIGARETTES TWIST Philippines durdians, served in the War Savings Stamps. The Interest war, and HEARD FIXE ADDRESS. coupons In the Liberty bonds will be UNDER THE BIG CLOCK Box BO ing tho 10c Piedmonts. 9c; 3 for 26o lOo Allen Co..9c;3 for 26c MARKET AT SECOND 16o lOo Shepherd. 9c; 3 for 25o American Special. Be $2.00 was with the China rener expeamon 20o Piedmonts mighty well Invested If put In these 9c 10c War Hawk , 9c Kretnern Special .Eo 2.00 during the Boxer outbreak. lOo Chesterfields During Knights oi Columbus heard a fine new "baby bonds." Bo 2.00 3 for 26o Uncle Mike 3 for ..25c was abroad with address Wednesday night by Arthur Eo 2.00 the world war he 20a Chesterfields ....16c 10c Buster ... Scj 3 for 25c Short Horn Gen. Barry Frenke, son of Henry Frenko. Tho Bo 2.00 the Amorlcan forces. lOo 10c O. IC ....9c; 3 for 26c Donkey 16o Rex WORK, MONEY, JUSTICE. lOo Favorites. 9c; 3 for 25o 10c Dixie .. ..9c; 3 for 26c Surprise .....Be 2.00 was born of Irish parents in New speaker has spent tho last seven Be 2.35 York City. 30c Favorites 16c 10c Red Bud .9c; 8 for 25c 1269 He is a member of the years in Europe and was with tho Somehow or other the average Eo 2.35 20c Lucky Strikes ...,16c 10c Tribune . .9c; 3 for 26c Union Key In his man who Eo 2.3S Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and of American forces fn the war. 15c London Life .. ....14c Favorite Historical So- address ho recited a number of cerned In Is not" Immediately con2 for 26c PACKAGES 6c 2.7B the American-Iris- h Pat Carroll the cause of capital or 1529 WEST MARKET STREET 18c Ncbo ,15c Dan Boono .....6o 2.75 ciety. thrilling experiences and praised tho organized labor although every In2 for 25c Tuxedo 14c Mecca 9c; 3 for 26c Kremer'a Extra ,6c 2.76 American boys. Ho dividual icttizen is indirectly convalor of the 20o Fatlma 14c; 2 for 25c Roxy ...15c Tuxedo ....6c 2.86 HOLSCIAW-RATIGA15 ITelmar. . ,14c; 2 for 25c Sampson 9c; 3 for 25c S. & S 6c 2.85 speaks seven different languages. cerned can not help thinking that 20o Mogul ., .18c Hill Side ... .9c; 3 for 25c S tiers ...6o 2.85 the present time is badly chosen for 18c Victory 9c; 3 for 26o Gibson Girl 20cMurads 6c 2.85 ANNUAL. A most beautiful wedding took LADIES' SODALITY settling disputes. The country Is in 20o Windsor Castle ... 16c Bull Durham. 3c; 3 for 25c rffe place early Thursday morning of last condition, regarding Sodality of St. a disturbed industrial production City 3S80, CHEAPEST TOBACCO STORES IK THE CTTZ. WATOH US GBOW Main 2S60-The Young Ladies itjj&i week at St. Francis of Assist church, business and an at this time; give their the business and tho wfaen Miss Mae Jewel Holsclaw be- Charles church will In the school CUT-RAT- E AMERICAN TOBACCO STORE nual euchre and lotto manufacturing interests have not recame the ibride of James J. Ratlgan. hall, and Chestnut h Wo, 1 B. "W. Cer. Pzeiton Si Jeffsrion No. 2 XT. W. Cor. Proiton & Liberty The church sanctuary were streets, on next Tuesday evening, covered from the effects of tho war. and V. 3, XKSMEB ft CO. KBISXIILWHMHHI brilliantly illuminated with tapers October 28. Games will bo called Strikes calling from their work of 'hundreds of and lectrlc lights. The bride wore at 8 o'clock. Many handsome prizes production of.tens and simply delaymen are a-- beautiful white igcorgettee dress will be awarded ana as a special thousands embroidered In pearls and a tulle attraction a beautiful tally prize will ing a return to normal and hetter 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLB, KY. veil with a band of orange blossoms be given. There will also oe ouier conditions. Why can not organized 'for while f and carried a shower bouquet of special features. A hearty welcomo labor havo patience most a unions longer? The men of bride's roses. Miss Anna Mae Sand- Is extended to all. are not suffering In any way whlle man was maid of honor and wore working, even though their wages HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN. 3871.? a pink georgette dress and picture BAZAR. may not be what they .think right smile too if I had teeth' and carried an arm Douquet oi hat to be a time just. It seems and as lovely as hers! It's a Columbia roses tied with pink tulle. On November 24, 25, and 26 a generous and enlightened Miss Lillian Walker .was tlhe brides- bazar will be held for the benefit of when pleasure to look at them 1" ' Is demanded maid and wore a blue georgette Holy Rosary Academy In the Audu patriotism worklngman, and especially it is not the dress and picture hat and carried torium, Fourth and Park avenue. from to give credence to those who hard Sound white teeth are a an arm bouquet of sunburst rosea The different committees are work- aro saying rank and file of lnd blue tulle. !LKtlel 'JMarg'arjett; ing very earnestly each with tho the unions that the do not want to decided asset to good looks.' really Stewart Megowan, tne oriaes niece, ambition to havo the prize 'booth. strike, but are 'being Influenced by Lazell's Tooth Paste lengthens wore a white dress of moonglow silk Contributions may be sent to the perradical leaders. No and tulle and carried a white satin academy or to tho President of the their hio Jover of justice, sane be the life of your teeth by keeping x:an pillow with orange blossoms. Tho alumnae,- - Miss Alma Keaney, 220 son, opposed to tho granting of Just dethem clean and healthy. Con, ujshers were IGeorgo Glass, Henry South Shelby street. mands to organized labor or any Snlpp, Richard Ebrens and Edward -, tains ipecac and chlorate of potother branch of the tolling masses. Following the ceremony Proch. LASTING IMPRESS. ash to help prevent pyorrhea. Neither is it possible to believe that 111 ; tH , H8 breakfast was served at the bride's U words of all who are called capitalists are dehome in Napoleon boulevard, after Following the stirring whlcjh Mr. and Mrs. Katigan left for Bishop Edward JP. Mien and Lieut. voured by insatiable greed, albeit there are evidences of the injustice a short trip through tho .East. Col. Lewis D. Pepin, tho close of the of monopoly and conscienceless HudMS Knights of Columbus Discovery day profiteering. mnMij NtwYerit LECTURE GUIOD. banquet was among the most Imhas often attended Violence pressive scenes ever seen In Mobile. and labor leaders havo alAQP THE 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Among the many after war As one after another of the rows .of strikescounselled against it, although ways agencies our attention Is called to lights hanging from the arches not always with success; and recent In the thel,eoturo Guild, with headquarters which "adornHouse big auditorium off. ly violence has marKea some or tne , Third and Broadway.- Fourth and Jefferson. wero turned City. Its object is to the Battle played the Star- Spangled strikes, notably at the steel making In New York the band to facilitate the expression of Catholic Banner, with the whole assembly centers. Thero be many wrongs be, Know You By Your Teeth?' JVould be righted, as there always will ideals from the lecture platform and standing. (Finally only one light general con to this ond It will be an agency a larze red disk .behind a but Just at .this time Home City 290S through which the .best lecturers silken banner, the Stars and Stripes; ditions, and Indeed a certain state Climb. Mala 2008-- a r ue3 prevalent may be engaged and a bureau' from It seemed as thoueil tne uawning wf mind. mioi a11 t t '1 fr'H"H-H"H"M".masses, makes it 'H frW' H flfr which all available information in aim wan Bheddlns: Its rays over the among the working large to regard to lecturers and speakers for heads ot the banqueters, unpu tne nartlcularly dangerous Idle. nave think t We any occasion must be obtained. On last note ot the national anthem had bodies of men'thrown that ., TtM FN., MM HM. P. lAMfH. M. J. BANKS)!, PUMHi Mfl NIHgH. the Advisory Board are Ttev. fll. H. died awayr It --was a fitting, close and Insist provelabor leadersofhave a coun their lore chance Tierny, S. J.j Rev, J. J. Burke. CVS. to a wonderful day for the Knights try now.to' as well as during the war, P.: Rev. Thomas M. sonwertner, u; of Columbus. by advising patience and, preventing P.: Hon. Maurice Francis Egan, strikes when in tneir power, ai Michael Minister to Denmark; HURTFUIJ TO ALABAMA. the same time certain representaWilllame, Miss (Blanche Mary Kelly, capital might show a hetter Miss Clare I. Oogan and (Mrsj Joyce I AL.JS. SMITH, ;PROP. bills jwefe pass- tives of Two fewer aai Calvert Pipe, agreeing to arbiKilmer. Theee names are an en- ed toy the Alabama Legislature and American spirit by with labor. laaaaa's r&teat uaaea nae ter ateam tsaaaus, tration of disputes dorsement for any undertaking. If anoHher backward move ha" been (Wall Cavlarf, Brala Tile, ltrifte Xrkk, any further were needed it Is sup- - made by that Sete. The Senate CATHEDRAL AS 'MBMOItLVL. Iplied la the; list of lecturers already bill aiboltohee Cdumbue day a a J Flae LiBlac. Fire Krkb fin we uuua wnoee, 8tte holiday, and was. paaaed by a witn Grata aa4 lailer Tile, Fire Clay, CklataejThe Belgian Government has denames and suWecU of lectures fill Vol 'of, 4 to 21', Ifoe- - other bill, BOTH PHONES 810. prortdlnfc .fo ftiapeoaon tor th cided that tfhe Olothlnr Hall and an eight "page circular. OFFICE 83' SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET, given gratuit- at! of. nnnvenfa. aarhrms and hos Cathedral at Ypres, destroyed by the All Information c CUHB. MAIN SQ7. correspondence addressed pital, was passed oyer amendments Oarmans. will not. be restored, ibut PMONU CITY ously ' A to the and SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi Lecture .Guild. 7 Bast rorty t ,.MmnAiAIiA wnrd "convents." will be saved as a 'war memortarand Z Wintfc Breekiarlaa Maalia. j second street, New York City, will , Legislation liki this brings shame place of pilgrimage for the, relatives upon he &tte. 'f fallen aoldteru. receive prompt imiwuvu. y Angeles Ladies' Auxiliary County Board. At a. meeting of the Ladies' AuxilCincinnati, Company iary at the Hotel Gibson, was elected Columbia Fidelity Miss Sallle McLaughlin President. President John H. Fourth and Main Sts., Louisville, Ky. Hennessy is still confined to his homo with an attack of muscular Capital and surplus for your protection $2,800,000.00 rheumatism. Many- - applications are being received at Los Angeles,' where the membership campaign has met with excellent results. , At' the county convention of the Ladies' Auxiliary in Indianapolis each of tho ten divisions fERVE specialists will tell you that a ereatdeal of nervous county was represented. in Marlon comes from eyestrain. A pair" of properly-fitte- d trouble Mrs. James Owens Is now Presiglasses will relieve the strain on the optic nerve of the dent of tihe County 'Board of the Ladies' Auxiliary at Des Moines, nervous system. Iowa. Tho ladies havo an active Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, division there. case and cord complete Miss Agnes Tierney, State Presi75c Extra Superior Shelltex Rims dent, and the State Board of DirectWe duplicate your old lenses or fill your oculist's prescription. ors aro planning a great No charge for examination. social for the Ladies' Auxiliary in San Franoisco on October 30. m?eiyyBIvmf The Ancient Order turned out in full force to greet President De Valera in Indianapolis. Like reports come from South Bend, Torre Haute, Tort Wayne, Muncle and the other Indiana cities visited. The Ladles' Auxiliary and Daughters of Isabella prepared a spread Zouisville.lQf 611 S Fourtft Ave. for the Knights of Columbus' that followed their initiation at Emmets-burIowa, that was" more than well appreciated and enjoyed. SACRED HEART ACADEMY, Mrs. Mary O'Donnell, by the Ladies' Day School County President The Tnnllao BcarUog and Indianapolis, has of Auxiliary ror airls oaA Tonaff Women. worked most devotedly in tihe duties CRESCENT HTT.E, lOUISVJUiH, XT. of her office. The honor could not High Moral and Intellectual Stand-ard- have been more worthily bestowed. Catalogue Sent Free. .Address: Because of tine many duties deSecretary, Sacred Heart Academy, volving upon him, National Presi3115 Cherokee Drive, Deery has relinquished the KENTUCKY dent LOUISVILLE District 'Columbus Knightsof Deputyship at Indianapolis. William M. Madden has been named as his gy.yyyyyyyyyyjyyyyvyYyVJVVyVyVVVYVYYVVVM successor. n The greatest membership ever held In this country is now being waged in San Francisco. Starting eight weeks ago, 6,000 new members have teen received into the nino divisions. The drive will close November 1, when the gold medallion will be awarded. 1018. Late News That Will Interest What Thoy Have B&en Doing The calm of tthe evening o'er all the Members Here and the East Week General earth fell! No clouds In the sky, nut who is News Not. ii there can tell Tho hour or thofday when a storm- Division 4 will meet next Monday L. J. Dougherty. Mayor of Davien cloud of life, evening. Will come bringing grief, bringing port, Is Master of the Fourth De- - j greo lor Jowa. sorrow and strife Local members are proud of the Thero will ho annthnr Inren Inltln. big reception given President De "Twas thus iwlth our Jives, as a tion tomorrow in St. Marv's Auditor jj Valera here. . clear sky of blue, lum Ohio. Several hundred more members Filled with tho llgiht of the suns, A at Chlllicotho,,Cathollc ctesfl ot 350 men from wore added to the order list week s.? . r1 . . 'aM over Iowa received the fourth .. . in Ban Francisco. inp ngni oi tub uive vi . v degree at Dubuquo on Discovery ever dear. "An Irish bond in every Hiberrtnv nian home" la the slogan of the Lob True, thoughtful and kind, ever With the addition of 126 candi- William Patterson Mollot, Culled From This Life on October 17, " iilHERMAN STRAUS SONS l " We Olva and Redeem Oold Trading Stampa. We Are Closing Out Entire Stock ' of Latest in ;; .V Jiii bringing good, cheerl j The and Trust Into our And then as a storm-clou- d lives blown. That cloud grim Death claimed tihat heart for his own! Now we have, but his memory, that ' dates J,up on Columbus ark day ' "" "Mobile omDor- - One hundred mul flffv.fniii" nanrlt. dates received the 'fourth degree at I CHINA AND tiW4&t- -- - Eye Strains Cause Nervousness GLASSWARE uuy CHINA AND GLASSWARE N Now is the time when a I keeper will appreciate the opportuat a fraction of today's prices S'P "get-togethe- r" even-year-o- ld aaeMaee)eae7 o, JOHN M. 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