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INTUISENT PHONE: CAftEFtfL SEIWCE MWE Of) MMN LoslivIHa Cartlaet Every Driver en Bcort. I Tufea C. Incorporated VOLUME XLIH.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURI PRICE FIVE CENTS. lines. Tho meeting from a political standpoint didnlt accomplish much as 80 per cent, of tho crowd wero ARE MUSTERED truo blue Democrats and tho Chairman, Joe Conkling, called it o"ff beTho war activities of tho K. of C. fore all ot the attending speakers THE BADGE OjflpOTECTION. closed with Hallowe'en and other wore called on, because of tho chilly Campaign Committee Busy Defend- parties In tho four buildings at reception from- the crowd. But hero Returned New Orleans Priest Speaks Camp Taylor. "While wo have no is the point of tho meeting. Chairing Boss Hert and Ballard's of Ireland and Sinn orders at this time to close our war man Joe Conkling, who holds a posir Flour Deal. work," said General Secretary CHnes, tion in tho City Attorney's office, Fein. who is conceded to havo been ono made four or five speeches during 'ttiWDf O- fi I N I I YOU WW5T of tho most successful workers in ''.." the course of tho evenlnc and hn . mzra in AxwjAA.VYiryyvxiMO xvaaayvum t? tho country, "w expect to turn our just dwelt and dwelt on crooked Hcrt-Ph- ": Brown Combination Not activities over to the camp morale j Democratic elections nnd how honest Says IC Represents tho Very Heart officer about November 1. Wo"' still and true tho Republican party wero Mentioned Nor Ballard's Own nnd Culture of tiio buildings running at full have four at tho polls. Many in tho crowd Tesllmony. ; ' speed, and the activities for tho remembered tho experience of Nation; men of tho First Division aro Just his brother Roscoo Conkling in as strenuous as when "thore were 1010 when thoy bucked the n 65,000 men hero at the tlmo Gen-machine, Itoscoo being n Howdy Ed Morrow Is Dodging Every Halo was in command. The 'Cascys' candidate for Prosecuting Attorney Tho Peoplo Everywhere Aro All Im-- . adopted a slogan two' years ago at ngalnst Robert Lucas, who is o rromlncnt Issue of tho bued With Uio Spirit of Camp Taylor," 'Something doing featured theso days by holdlncr tho BBSrtBaUl S r..BSSSV Campaign. I IV III Mill ' III ii every night' at every building, and Job of Prosecutor and Chairman of .., Libcity. U t677& wo have never had a dark night I tho Republican Committee at tho rfflM, '& III ,, " I tit g ffZgi "HJ I hll Jl slnco that time. .been a same time. In glaring advertise It has ments Lucas has been proclaiming wonderful work, very fascinating, GETS NEGRO SALOON SUPPORT. and the work of the Secretaries has his belief in fair elections nnd that NATIONHOOD THEIR RBIRTlIRIG been much appreciated by tho men ho would quit tho party if ho found at all times. Our work has been. tho Cf. O. P. cheated. Conkling's altogether educational and entertain eight of nlno speeches wero along Tho Republican machine has rush- ing In its nature, and we owe a great the same line. The Very Rev. Thomas J. Larkln, Now hero are some of tho returns ed to tho defense of Its two big deal of the success of our activities money men Hert and Ballard to the people of Louisville, and of the Republican primary in 1916 S. M., pastor of the Church of the and tons and tons of literature are especially the many lady chaperons and the figures speak for themselves Holy Name of Mary, Algiers, has being spilled iby Chesley Searcy's and young ladies who came to tho as to what the machine did to Joe Juist returned from a visit to his old campaign committee to prove that camp to entertain the soldiers and and iRoscoo and how Prosecutor home in Ireland, whither ho went Bos3 Hert Is just in politics for his serve breakfast to them on Sunday Lucas was the beneficiary: In the in Juno last to visit his .relatives, health and why 'Ballard eells flour mornings during tho two years. Wo Sixth ward, Twenty-nint- h precinct taking home with him his nephew, 111) WMmkZwL the Rev. for J12.40 par barrel in (New Or- were all new at welfare work, but Lucas 14, Conklin 0. In the same having Michael Lnrkin, S. M., who, made his studies for tho leans against a price of $13.50 in we tried to give tho men everything ward, Thirty-nint- h precinct, Lucas priesthood mui at tho Marist College In Searcy's latest dope they wanted that wo had, acting as Kentucky. 13, Conkling 1. In the1 Eleventh and sheet contains a short biographical If we were the agents of the 'folks ward, precinct, Lucas Washington, tho ordained at the war, had not had sketch of Bos3 Hort's entrance into back home.' Our staff of Secretaries" 14, Conkling 0. In the Third Ward, outbreak of politics, but foils to tell that he was numbered forty-nin- e Thirty-thir- d at tho time of precindt,- Lucas 30, tho happiness of meeting his dear parents elected National Republican Com. the 'flue' epidemic, and we, are Conkling 0. In that primary Joe since hisand sisters and brothers ordinntlon mittccman by tho xctc of closing with ten (men besides myConkling was handling the Eighth, hood. The Morning to the priestStar, of Pliil Brown, tho negro Republican self." and Ninth wards and to show you" Orleans, sought Father Larkin,Now, politician of iropklnsville, or what to "Individual service to tho army what the machine did to the Conk.-lin- g give its readers an insight into truo Under Louisville's ReformiHtaistratIon negro cfooks and method or means were used to per- was thought out of reason early In brothers look at these figures: conditions In Iioland, especially as suade tho colored leader to chnngo the war at Camp Taylor, but this crimfhals are immune from arreSSWm' Morrow emblems. Eight ward, First precinct, Lucas 9, regards the great movement for naHis vote from Alcuulloch to Hert. was tho work of the 'Casoys' at the Conkling 0, Third precinct, Lucas tional independence and freedom, That would bo an Interesting story local cantonment, vouched for by the 16, Conkling 0, Sixth precinct, Lucas and which, sponsored by tho Sinn concerning ToboV uplift movement many boys who were called to the 28, Conkling 3, Seventh precinct, Fein, had become a- lcadinsr-'aucs- In politics. Many are curious to 'phono lato at night or brought to Lucas 15, Conkling 2, Tenth pre tion in tho peace ot the world. know just how much money our - cinct, Lucas 17, Conkling 2. In the "You ask ma about Sinn Fein," is pouring Into Kentucky to meet their relatives at ono of tho , school Is now Seventeenth of tho Ninth ward, said Father Larkin. "Let mo say get out a huge negro vote, as there huts. It has been a busy job," said St. Xavier CollewgKfcganday Secretary Cllnes In conclusion, "but Lhcas 21 and Conkling 0. You can that the Sinn Feiners constitute are many idle negroes In the Stato circulars calllngWgflOSMk'thvso and see from the above figures that the more than who are devoting all of their ener- I still say the of the peonight school claMfssjBSSBSsjMiuted ,, , , machine was ple of Ireland and that Sinn Fein gies to electing Morrow, Work being" hospitality of the people of Louis.u.u uvuwBi-ru- i v.i ville have been the chief factors In .... au ine cnurcnfssssssasssssssjywtisw jsntuusinsuc Over Gov. Black's represents the very heart and Inteltwirling shutout ball. ai beneath the dignity of these colored making Camp Taylor ' the most ' politicians. But get this gontlo reader. JUBt ligence and culture of Ireland. I of Small PjjJ ccption By the Voters cantonment In the country 150 feet away tfrbm where Joe went from xno end of the country All of tho Republican leaders efficient Nations.home B rot hep wore called Into tho conference to In war welfare work." Conkling was denouncing crooked to the other and everywhere it was Here. ously come toVJMpWKad t. sea what could bo done to stop the Democrats and dishonest elections tho same story. The people of Ire: FRANKFORT. Xavier CpllegejWfMnfgHMeY Tfie awful bombardment of Ballard, the Is the Ninetenth precinct of the land are the Sinn Fein. Go where '" Monday and TnBHJnjpee will Republican nominee for Lieutenant Ninth ward, and Joe was stationed you will In the cities, the towns, tho villages, tho mountains, the glens, - Near Mayor Smith's Frankfort, at all times a hotbed Enthusiasm at Big Meeting Hold be for Governor, on the charge that he was Committco outsido that polls all day. Tho re- you will find that Sinn Fein, which selling bis flour cheaper In other of politics, is at present in tho midst turns wero Lucas 00 nnd Conkling Sunday Night n Bertram! PoJico Not In States than he was to the people of of one of the wannest campaigns In 0, nnd Joo lind been electioneering stands for the sovereignty ot Ire? Kentucky. Well, It must havo been the history of the capital city of nail.. and Uniforin. there all day. ifn tho entire city land, her Independence and freedom", a case of too many cooks will spoil Kentucky and several big political and Friday AvllAwiBU&eiBiural nnd county tho Republican voto did has permeated everything. To any Impartial visitor from abroad, to the tho broth, because tho defense wus meetlng-- i or iboth parties wore scheddrawing,, not show a total of fifty votes, yet man miserable, and after reading tho uled for tho closing week of tho English and rmfimhrlssYiBf 'lilaiili i'i in this precinct there was a total of who of intelligence and observation is determined not supposed explanation of Ballard as campaign. The consensus of opin- Count PItmkeM; Branch Organized and Sepmetrx.ajMfaHMta.-fMclose his . (? ninety nnd tho machine candidate mind to Ifacts, It shinesto forth, be-Read the Figures on ii.o lo why flour was sold for $12.40 In ion is that Frankfort and Franklin Mnybo Lucas irainc managemassssBssnisn, puwi. ' ' got them all.Conkling Mr.they put .yond tho shadow of a doubt,- that . nn,i a.. New Orleans .and $13.50 In Louis- county will roll up one of tho larg RcpnbHcaH Primaix When speaking and how 4sjia could tell Mr. deep down at heart Ireland Is Sinn ville one would come to (lie opinion, est majorities far Gov Black and If nrai .nn tlial. flair. l',V.w" "'VilsiibsssWLjflBK welIJlw6""isTan' ' erplanktloit .that Owlea jeJseVsesakthligiSisttBc. t uoesn't explain. Ballard should have ribbed'Democratic county has5" ever anat couia navo ueuvereu: a very spirit of liberty. There thcr Republican press bureau assem- given to the nominees of a Demois short speech if ho confined himself thought: Ireland must bo but one ble again and try once more to con- cratic Stato ticket. free and FRIENDS OF IRISH FREEDOM. SARTP CLUB MEETS. vince the public that Ballard's own CONKLING FORGETS SLAUHTER. to what he had done In his year's independent. Frankfort Council, Knights of This thought perservice, but Instead blamed the meates all classes. Old and youngt statement beforo tho High Cost Columbus, has during the past week HO: rary Club met Democratic administration for every- men, women and children, aro workCommission is not what you think it launched a campaign for now memWednesday nightlit the homo of thing, including strikes and the flu. ing faithfully and earnestly together Is, and if you guess correctly what bers and an earnest and persistent Despite the rain and threatenlnc Miss Katherlne Ifassell, East Oak Jack Richardson made an uninten- that Ireland may be Ifreo. The lsiie tho latest statement of Ballard and effort will be made to have a class Tho largo and enthusiastic attend tional hit by saying that Morrow In Interesting ready for .initiation be- weather last Sunday night people street, Now Albany. Ireland Is clear: Ireland the Republican campaign is driving of forty-si- x nation from nil parts of the city assembled papers wore read and those present ance at the speaking at would Avln by twenty-fiv- e thousand or Ireland a province; Sinn aFein or at you will bo awarded free one bar- fore the holidays or early in Jan- at Bertrand Hall and organized the enjoyed a very delightful evening. Phoenix Hill Monday evening threw dollars, and when tho crowd roared imperialism. And tho people at tho uary. A great deal of Interest is Obelisk flour. rel of Commandory. co.nstornatlon Into the leaders of tho he said ho meant yotes. Many polls, through the elections whirii Edward's Plunkett Branch of the St. Old Howdy Ed Morrow will sure taken in the meetings held on Fri- Oliver be a tired man after this campaign, day evening of each week and an Friends of Irish Freedom, placing Knights of St. John, held a very local machine and Coun- thought he was right tho first time carry their voice, have declared for not so much from campaigning as unusually largo number are attend Louisville with the .other cities of successful euchre and lotto Wednes ty Attorney Matt Chilton had acaln and meant 25,000 of Hert's dollars. Sinn Fein, for liberty and Independday night in Holy Trinity Hall, tho ttf hand in ohe of these "I regret to ence and the rehabilitation of the he will be from sidestepping and ing. The subjects under discussion tho nation declaring for NEW ALBANY. Irish nation. Tho combination of pussyfooting on all of the Important nre proving interesting and instruc- inauon tor small nations. Tho proceeds being turned. Into the report" bulletins to the machine declared Carsonttes and Irish imquestions. Gov. Black. Senator tive, particularly to tho younger meeting was enthusiastic and the school hall Improvement fund. Congressman Ogden, Bill leaders. of the women perialists at South Armagh will help Stanleyf Senator BBeckham, Con members of the council. daughter. Owens, Tom Dover and Ed Miller or tho speakers patriotic, The annual bazaar Mrs. T. W. Hanlon and utterances MiS3 Catherine B. McNamara has there heing a total absence of any of Birmingham, aro visiting Mrs. were in the big audience, Mary's church, which it is gressman uarkley and the other and judg- of St. will surpass any ever given in to pull the scales from tho eyes of many. It will arouse, as it :already hoped speakers have branded him as a accepted a position In the Internal word that could be construed as hav- Hanlon's brother, John "Q. Nober, ing from their looks all they needed coward for not answering, but the Revenue office at Louisville under ing political hearing. The sole and family, JEast Market street, Now was Undertaker John Maas to deck New Albany, will bo held In St. Jos- has, tho last remuant of Irish nacandidate keeps on Collector Ellwood Hamilton. Miss purpose was to voice American senti- Albany. them out as for the eph's Hall Tuesday, Wednesday and tional slaves to a sens of their ballyhoolng about spelling books, McNamara .was Secretary to Major ment of freedom for Ireland and In the presence of nnany friends Morrow funeral. Gov. Black sur- Thursday, November 18, 19 and 20. It will determine the. geographies or some other unimpor- Henry Rhoads, United States Selec- Urge recognition of the Irish Re- and admirers M, prised anany in tho audlenco by his Mrs. George A. Kraft, President of entire peoplo to take Miss Agnes tho power tant or' minor subjects. Everyone tive officer for Kentucky, during the public. Ketchani and John E. Shirley were o'ratical ability and the mystery was tho organization, is in charge of the which Is theirs alone Into their own knows that old Howdy Ed will not two years the United States was at Tho meeting was called to order united in tho bonds of matrimons dispelled why old Howdy Ed was event and the other officers are Mrs. hands and declare that Manus, Vice President; Miss the state where he stands on tho League war with Germany, prior to that by Rev. John O'Connor, who re- -. at Holy Trinity church. sidestepping a debato With our Frank Spath, Secretary, and Frank own people are the rulers 'of their of Nations, but the Republican time having been for two years viewed tho struggle Lula destiny and of their fatherland. home doughty little Governor. The Gov- Zoeller, Treasurer. Supper will be Campaign Committee is sending ev- stenographer in the office of Com- rule for tho past fiftyfor Irish When "Whorevon BAZAR HOPE CHEST. years. ernor puts a punch in all ot his re- eerved each evening with Mrs. J. P. Larkin, "you you go," said Father ery voter of Irish blood in Kentucky missioner of Agriculture Matt 8. John Iledmond and John Dillon hear the determined left marks and. his decisive stand In the charge. She will be pamphlets INTIMATING Hint Mor- Cohen. Buckingham Palace and King George Thore is always something doing Armstrong case is In lino with tho Hassenstab 4n first evening by Mrs. plea, 'Ireland belongs to the rrish row is AGAINST tho Lcaguo of Najuono and full nationhood Is her they wero tho Na- at Mackln Council, Yt M. I where promises made in his speeches in assisted tho Wohnor, HONORED HER MEMORY. Sr., and Mrs. birthright.' tions. It Is pleasing to note that Wherever you go you tionalist (party giving way to Sinn on the three first nights of next which he promises clean and honest George' Wehner. Jr.: the second aro impressed George the Irish and Irish Americans rewith tho fact that Fein ifor Irish freedom and independ week a bazar will be held at the government. In the big audience evening by Mrs. Frank Hoppenjon, djuu j: em pudiate this sneaking attempt to Wednesday morning a solemn re- ence. is as The Irish Republic, he de club house, 3344 North Twenty- - Monday night there were many in- and the third evening by Mrs. Will a nation, and tno voice of Ireland nawin thedr support, and they have quiem mas was offered at the Cath that R claims full clared, sixth Soergel, more confidence in a man of tho cal- edral for the repose of the soul of paper, was sneered at as one on pass street, that promises to sur- dependent , voters and. they Joined iam Handerchlef tional, political and economic indeJr. anything heretofore attempted. with Democrats in applauding the booths, domestic booths, parcel post pendence for as wa that of the United ibre of, Gov. Black, who has the Sister Mary Jean Connor, who sacriIreland. She has .been courage to state his position on any ficed her Hfe nursing soldiers at States in 1776. Fourteen millions There will bo many attractions, the ringing talk of Chairman Fred bootiis and men's booths will be In making this fight for seven hundred must not forsake Ireland's cause, stellar one being the hope chest that Forcht, who told of the failure of charge of young women. A special years and she will continue Camp Zachary Taylor during tho and all questions. It till But the most glaring attempt of influenza epidemic there last winter. and the task and purpose confront has attracted the attention of thou the Keystono police twenty mur- feature of tho sale will be a. "hope sho wins herbirthrif ht again." - Morrow and hiB backers to pussy- Sister Mary Jean was one of the ing them moant the republic's recog sands. Candidates for this will ders in two years with no nrrestsi box," containing values at flOO." Referring to De Talera's tour of tho United States, Father Larkin foot Is shown on the llauor auestlon. first Catholic Sisters stationed in nition, waning' this England would qualify by the purchase of ten and six assaults on white women by' tickets, when tholr names will be uiacic criminals in tho past several There 1s a strong prohibition plank Camp Zachary Taylor to die at her rivet the chains and make her said he is speaking tho voice of PEOPLE WILL STARVE. more galling. The republic placed in the hope chest, valued at months.. Tho reign ot crime can be In the Republican State nlatform. post, when the epidemic broke out Ireland. De Valera Is recognized as but Hcrt's It appears that the British Gov- the voice of more than four-fiftcandidate more than a hundred Sisters volun- lives in the hearts of the peoplo $250. It Is the purpose of President charged to the fact that negro of win not or dare not mention tho teered their services, of whom near- and the Friends of Irish Freedom McGulre and the committeo to cancel crooks and gamblers are flocking to ernment is not content with blud- the people of Ireland. He has the d from the Louisyllle, knowing they will be safe geoning and jailing and otherwise confidence and love of the best peoword prohibition in any of Ids ly wero stricken. The have nothing to do with politics, Mackin's indebtedness speeches. Morrow's supporters in bravo Sister was igiven a military only to insist that Congress must proceeds. while acting as aids for the Re- - persecuting the Trlsh people, but Is. ple of Ireland. He has the confimaking a vigorous attempt to starve dence of the Hierarchy, who recog- Louisville aro flitting from saloon funeral at the K. of C. Auditorium, give recognition, to correct mistaken publican machine. to saloon saying that MORROW IS and the memorial mass this week impressions .and to Impart truthful DOLL CLUB BALL. (Foxy Ches Searcy put ono over on tho lesla fortunato Into submission or nizo the voice of tho. people. The FOR LIQUOR and BLACK IS FOB was arranged for by the Knighta. Information. tho near Mayor week, or at tho grave. For that is what the Irish aro determined that tho voice PROHIBITION. Now if Morrowr An imposing monument to her ifairs and Tho twelfth annual entertainment least it bears the this John A. Doylo Indorsed tho cause touch of his fine prohibition of Irish are an markoti of the people shall be recognized as agricul- tho Tolce of God. The Constituent Hert, Soarcy & Co. are sincere they memory has been erected by the and told of President DeValera'a and charity ball of the Orphan's Italian hand. Ches figured to fool means. The Aarombly, which declared will tell tho people of Kentucky people of her home city in Ohio, reception at Detroit, where he was Pleasure and Waller Doll Club, al not only tho near tural Ipeople and depend Mayor but would tho public fains for the mainly on dency of De Valera. lonkn the Presiopenly how they stand on the which it was hoped to unveil on accorded the highest honors and ways' a society evehi of tho vear. use Smithy to camouflage the nubile. means of Ji in liquor question and if the prohibi- Monday. won the population to his cause. takes place next Thursday night at With tho usual bluster and flowery disposing of their wares. When people, and each ono feels that he tion plank in tho platform was only This club brings sun- - preamble, the near' Mayor announced this means is closed to them t we can Is the Irish nation in miniature. IreHon. E. J. MoDermott was present tho Armory, Intended to fool the people outside DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. to express his sympathy "for Ireland. snme to the orphans that he had selected a commltto of readily understand their plight. land Is bristling with English arms, be left wlth'surplus stocks but the peoplo exercise a wonderful tho big cities. EVERY NEGRO SAas did also Rev. Francis Martin, of of Louisville every Christmas, and eight representative citizens to visit They-wi- ll on their hands and deprived of tho LOON AND DIVE IN LOUISVILLE The re'gular'blmonthly meeting ot St Patrick's, who reviewed the work their work-- Is one that appeals to tho polls and see in the midst of many that there was a necessaries for maintenance; It provocations. Strive as ARE DISPLAYING MORROW Louisville Circle. JJauehtera' of Isa being done in the other large Amer- all and should Veoeive generous may, fair election next Tuesday, and to means also thattheir farmers can not England will never succeed she crush-n- g AND CARDS, so evidently the bella, will take pace Sunday after the In E. G. Schramm is the sco that tho polico took no part in retain their workmen (because of the position of ,the support. Republican .bosses haye told tho ne- noon at 3 o'ciock &1 Knights of Co- ican cities. The are 'the Bprlt of liberty which fills identical, and President and Seb. O. Hubbuch is gro and their followers lumbus Hall. A full attendance is American colonies what she helped Vice President and Treasurer, Every. tho election. Six of the eight gentle lack of money to pay them, conse- the hearts of tho Irish people. iraanu asKs only men named are supporters of quently the distress of the latter Is I that Morrow Is opposed to pro- requested, as the 'Regent, Mrs. J. B. this charitable Institution in Louisville Morrow for Governor, but thoy can In many 'Instances acute, and if the Fatherhave seen for myself," said hibition. Gov. Black and the Demo- Arbegust, having returned from tho his country win in 1776. Paying will be a beneficiary of this ball. Larkin, "and the question respects to the widespread rentier a "service to tho community Government persists in tho prohibi- arises, as it must to every true lover cratic Campaign Committee should national convention, wtH, make a re- British propaganda, he said it was and call the grandstand play of tion of the fairs we may witness the of freedom, and especially everv true put the question direct to Howdy port of the proceedings. The walkPROTEST TO VATICAN, Searcy and. Smith. Here's a tip appalling spectacle of countless American, 'Shall the spirit of a peoEd to state where he stands on nro- - ing doll, which Will be rafflM at the the purpose to combat its evil work,. When the long list of applications gratis for Messrs. Atwood, Bruce. deaths from malnutrition, in the ple bo bound in chains; shall this nickel, evening entertainment to be hlbitlon, New York, Father Magennis, had In connection with Morrow's given by the Circle on November took been read election of officers the famous lOarmellta ofpriest who is Heyburn, Huhlein, Humphrey, Bing- towns and among the workmen in peat independent Republic of Amerplace as follows: ham, Knott and Segner; Searcy via tho country. The Government au- ica help to keep Ireland In chains, dodging tactics and bis ablllty to 29 at the Louisville- - Hotel, will be the head of the Friends of Irish Smith lays great stress on the. fact thorities understand this very will, or shall we demand in President Rev, John O'Connor. orate without saying anything Con- on exhibition-a- t the National CathoFreedom in the United States, went Uist the police will not be taking hence they are using their power in portunity that present tho great opVice President Thoinas Walsh. gressman Ben Johnson telk the fol- lic War Council rooms on Saturday In the Recording Secretary Thos. Dblan. to Rome to attend the general con- part in tho election. No, they will this direction in a vain attempt to Covenant of tho Leagueitself Nations lowing. Btory: morning. All the children are Inof-ference of the Camjelke Fathers; not bo conspicuous as police for tho torture the people into tho unnatur- that her bonds shall be loosed Financial Secretary Robert "I think about all the Republi- vited to come and see the doll take forHe was elected General of the or- simple reason that every political al cond4iion of faithful subjects. cans, claim for. EdUMorrdw Is that In a waUk, ever?' " derTuesday of last "week the Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. a political speech he can use' up a policeman will bo tiioro working in British Envoy to the Holy See made citizens' clothes. ST. CHARLES BORROMEO. Orator. John A. Doyle, HIBERNIANS INDORSE; lot' of steam In making the eagle PRAY FOR THBM. If tho eommlttce to Trustees Miss Mary Corcoran. official protest Popethe Vatican and is sincere let . them ask for tho soar and scream, and that he is no not confirm the NAMES asked that the Last month the ladies of St. vAt a meeting of Division 4, Anaccount for anything else. There Is Today we will enter upon the T. J. MeGuire, P. J, Horan. OF THE POLICE WHO ot Entertainment an oW saying that the steam that month of the poor souls. Let us in Committee Rev. selection Ms Father Magennis be- ARE IN CITIZENS' CLOTHES Charles congregation resumed their cient Order of Hibernians, held in cause of activities in ELECTION blows a whistle never turns a wheel. a particular- manner- try to give evi' Patrick Walsh, Miss Nell Dillon. DAY AND WHERE regular monthly entertainment after Bertrand Hall Monday evening,, tfea the United At&tes. The InternationSeveral years ago I heard a .fellow denc of-- our1 love for our departed Mrs. Hesslon, Col. the summer season and it was a big movement in favor of organizing a al News Agency report says the TIIBY - ARE STATIONED. success. On next Monday another branch of Upon motion the branch was "Holy See Is praising to the skies a speech h relatives and friends, during "the of ,surprlsed Petty can furnish this list very affair wlU be given, and from the dom was the 'Friends ami Irish Freewuh had just heard EM Morrow make. I month of November. The most ef- named in honor of Count Plunkstt, and emfragrawiwl, indorsed miio.Ur, by the British easily. enthusiasm displayed it promises to help and support were promised. asked im iwtoat Morrow 'said. He ficacious thing we can do i lo have and regular meetings will be hM protest." Nobody ought to be surTuesday evening the Republican be even a greater success than any Short addresses were made by Pathemmed and hawed a while and masses offered for them. VMts to on the second Tuesday ef- the month prised at what they do. "Whom the machine staffed a sneaking at A rick Keegah. Thomas Keenan. Mark then said;' "PH be coafeund if I the blessed sacrwawit saH dally in Bertrand Hall. it. is ptvdieted God's wpuW destroy tftisy first, make Seventh and Oak streets, on the car other previous' entertainments. lentfw, He talked about the rlUag at also h a thatths mscibsfsbJp will soon be med," Lloyd Oeenge nd company line, (Chief Petty and Oapt Guelda cordial invitation is extended to all Hi an, &, j. inoojuoit ana t. j.. Las. to come around and partake ot the gan, all of whom brooks, tfatf. feeauttftiL dMie .erf stood man at rwasntWliur thm &e largest of any society in Louis are goneelear-etairlcemziwHh'tie take nettoe)' the Demoemts being ple&surss of 'the day. The frolic te Reland and her Mdri th intarxt. " c hearse, a glorious.' sunset, etc.-- , biti I ville, future would be . forbidden lo have meetings near oar start at 2:30 and 8 p. m. bum iMns are taking. w. am io ttrewniaenia nw. REPUBLICAN when I come to think I don't think he said a d thing worth telling." hi OUT. MUST BE FREE .' "" .$ 1 ll j; a ; 'v iTfjJjt 1 LmenJ J Joe-an- Soarcy-Chilto- WfML WjMTWr I .B1 m I wzmMmm mFwaKm- mmwllf - A m Forty-secon- d one-ha- lf up-llft- er LOUISVILLE JZafc gjJ lfMBition'at DEMOCRATS. - ,. three-fourt- hs Searcy-Chilton-Luc- as - 'ffllsHHp 8r'. WBSr, aiBfeSS . "' . mechaHmiort- elementarBBg7Tudy salonHBVvMd- V.h . - . WmmauJU; Pm,n '",nio J.: 6Hn - , 'Pnnn-fYMnran- TiiMB-WoMrP-- j- - Wrare -- V evrl Gov.-Bla- ck Hort-Searc- y eelf-deter- hand-pick- ed pall-Beare- rs eelf-rellant- ly broken-hearte- d, -- on hand-picke- d hs one-thir- r . ss self-contr- ol BAN-NBR- S saloon-keepe- rs -- Hes-slo- n. anti-Briti- sh - - yy J -- K.4 - mMUM-wou- " y . V V a ..",-. - ,...' '"H&tiiaS&fr tr . .acjisraDXJOBsr xwtxmxs. -- kdOB5cioAJ: KtHTUGKY IRISH t6 the SocUl and Moral Advancement MERIGftfl ' s. ol Irish- - HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISIOIf S. 1818-182- ! PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. roted The Stato Board of Control of furnished a large amount of inferior stripes covert cloth offered same to were refraining from promising any Charitable and Penal Institutions of coal ad slate to the Houses of Re- - the Kentucky Stato Board ot Con- one a Job. " Iy un: (Signed) "!i " Kentucky on Monday made the fol- CLARENCE WESTERFIELD, lowing reply to the attack of Ed. P. Hatcher at no time furnished or w as '.IpJIvavpH R!mn ,! Subscribed and sworn to by ClarFranks, oh airman of the Republican Daid for any coal by this Board of Jmout therefor. fnrtiipr ence Westerfleld 'this 23rd day of Affiant (See affida- - states that he left tho state of Ken-v- lt October, 1919. State Committee, made In a speecli Prison Commissioners. Wett Green St. han. all Communications to th KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, of Hatcher.) Thomas Noone. tucky soon thereafter to engage In Sentinel 44hi JAMES WEIR, Co. Court Clerk. at Frankfort Saturday, In which he .On October 6th, 1916, the Board war work, By W. E. NEWSON, D. C. quoted from statements made by of Control Installed at tho State A. S. J. ARMSTRONG. Howell's letter of resignation folErnest J. Howell, DIVISION 4. """''Reformatory at Frankfort. Ky.. the ' Subscribed and sworn to 'before lows: immTReform, In Monday, 7 g tendent of the Houses Meets second and fourth mo by A. S. J. Armstrong, this His Excellency, Nicholson Undcrdraft Governor A. O. regaru xo anegeu exoruon to mgn system, ana at tno state a'eniten - twentyrsoventa day of October, 1919 Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Stanley, and the Board of Control. prices paid for cloth 'for clothing for tiary at Eddyville, Ky., tho Palmer My commission expires April 1, President John J. Barry. Gentlemen: About tho 15th of Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Decomber, 1918, I tentatively offered the inmates of the Houses of Jleform, Forced Draft Burner System. These 1S22. ANNA LEE RALEIGH, NOVEMBER 1, 1919 SATURDAY, .Lawrence and an regard to coal anegeu oy Recording Secretary Notary Public, Jefferson Co., Ky., my resignation to tho chairman of LOUISVILLE, KY. an Bmu ui uum (Seal) D. Meany. your board to become effective In Howell to have been furnished the to be used and are In service in In this affidavit relating to tho tho early spring. Financial Secretary Thomas J. institution by a concern in which many large factories and power I did this reIlOIiYDAV. e charge that he had any part in any luctantly as I am now doing, but Langan, 2114 Halo avenue; F. Tom Hatcher Plkevllle, one of Plants, and Teduco the cost and contract or deal, EH H. Brown, Jr., feeling that I havo through earnest Treasurer John F. Burke. members of the board, was said sorve coal. I Y, This Saturday is the Feast of All $ $ Sergeant-at-Arm- s In a test y the engineers of the says; Patrick Con- to be Interested: efforts, diligent thought and hard nolly. work placed tho Kentucky Houses "This man Howell is tho same State Penitentiary and Stato Re State of Kentucky, . COTiraemorationVAll Soul-- ,, which , Sentinel M. J. McDermott. of Reform on tho very highest piano man that Edwin P. Morrow, In his formatory, approved by tho en- County of Jefferson. The affiant Ell H. Brown, being of perfection that Is posslblo under opening speech of the campaign de- gineering department of tho Kenfalls on November 2, is to be. obtow .has I hereby Miss Nell Keany .of COMING EVENTS. nounced as unfit to be in charge of tucky University, showing that a first duly sworn by me, states that piesent circumstances. served this year on Monday, No- - returned from a visit Parkv to friends In ho is not now, and has not been at offer my resignation as superintenthe institution and cruel to the In- saving from fifteen to twenty-liv- e Congregation ot vember 3. The per cent, could bo made on the same any time heretofore, a stockholder dent of this institution to become Detroit. November 5 Euchre and lotto mates, saying that he was indicted grade of by using' these systems, In York & Company, or any other effective April 1, 1919. Rites has given Bishops faculties to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Hourigan for benefit of St. Aloyslus church In and should have been convicted un- the boardcoal on December 8, 1916, after permit this year. one requiem mass have returned from a visit to PhilaIn I and der the law of .offenses against them, comparative tests and consideration company that sold supplies to any assumetendering my resignation mo Trinity Council Hall, afernoon stato institution of Kentucky, nor it a privilege that is duo in every parish on Sunday. and yet his. state chairman, Mr. delphia. evenlngj of the bids, decided to install the has he anywise, at any time been to render an accounting of some of holds him up as the chief Judge Matt OVDoherty has returnNovember 13 Euchre, lotto and Franks, yet unsworn, to Nicholson system at the Houses of interested in any salo of any tho many things that havo been acTHREATENS HARDSHIPS. ed from a trip to Washington, whera dance of' Trinity Council, Y. M. I., and only witness, The proposition of the merchandise bought toy tho board complished during my administraimpeach the integrity of the mem- Reform. he spent a week. afternoon and evening. of control or prison commission of tion. As you well remember I camo bers of this 'board and of merchants Nicholson Undordraft Is realThe threatened coal strike ' . Miss May Belle Boone was In New November 14 'Euchre and lotto hero under all sorts of unjust and dealings with that boasd." System was presented to the board Kentucky. ly alarming. If the threat Is car- Haven laet week visltilng her aunt', of St. Louis Bertrand's church in who had (Signed) ELI H. BROWN JR. unfavorable criticism from the press Tho board submits an affidavit by L. V. Frank & Company, of untold Mrs. Fannie Rapier. Subscribed and sworn to before of tho state. It was charged that ried into effect it will mean Bertrand Hall, afternoon and even- signed by a Democratic campaign Louisville, agent. In his address at gambler hardships during the winter months. committeeman in Daviess County to Frankfort, Mt. "Franks states that me by Ell H. Drown, this 27th day I was an Air. and Mrs Walter Kelly, of ing. November 27 Thanksgiving So- prove that Howell's charges were this was sold by York & Company, of October, 191Q. My commission and that I had been Indicted for Four years ago threats of a railway Jeffersonvllle, have returned front a operating a gambling room.. Fifteen cial at St. Ann's school hall, after- made only after he had failed to and alleged that Mr. Ell H. Brown expires April 1, 1922. strike induced President Wilson to six weeks' trip to Colorado. ANNA LEE RALEIGH. years ago I owned'an interest in a obtain a promise under tho admln- - was a member of this firm. This is S. Hart, who was noon and evening. Lieut William take steps to prevent it. He did The affidavit of Mr. Corley re saloon in Owensboro, Daviess CounNovember 'Bazar for beno- - Istratlon of- - Governor Black, whom, untrue. Mr. Drown was not a mem Camp Taylor before gothis by raising wages. More than stationed at Is here on a visit to jf It o H,oly Rosary lAcadomy. in ho supported in the primary against ber of the firm of York & Company, ferred to In tho statement of tho ty, for a period of eight months, and ing oveiiseas. no Frank Howell it was during that time that a grand wages is. at issue in the. miners Louisvlllo friends. aim rourwiauditorium, iai Judge Carroll. Rumors that for Ed. or L. V. therein, &asCo., and had his board, offollows: Interest Kentucky, shown by Stato jury upon misinformation indicted day and Intended to "do something want a avenue. case. They Mrs. June Cronan will be host at part County of Jefferson mo along with forty odd others. Ben festival, Morrow" It he wasn't "taken care affidavit, made a1918, hereof. 25 Turkey y November week. This may be all a tea on November 5 In honor of a On June 18, Tho affiant. 'Frank G. Corley, D. Rlngo, uow a member of tho the Board of operator who wants tc Misses Dorothy Cassilly and Miss euchre and lotto by Holy Cross of" have been prevalont in right for the H. being duly sworn, states that In the State Tax Commission was the Comsoma time, according to Control organized as follows: church, afternoon, and evening. the for restrict production and forcp higher Gladys Ross, of Frankfort, Ind. headquarters and tho B. Hines, F. T. Hatcher, J. A. Bur- summer of 1918 Tabb & Austfn monwealth's Attorney, Democratic Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mooney, of fact that ho- intended to make some ton, Herbert Carr and J. F. Butts, shipped by mistake about 4,800 districts composed of Davles3, Mcprices; but it puts the rest of us. in JOINS SILESIAN STAFF. Orleans, were this week guests such statement was known for some and ordered a. request for bids for yards covert cloth to the Houses of Lean and Ohio Counties, and an. a difficult position. If all demanded NewMr. Moonqy's parents, Mr. and six months' supplies to be bought Reform at Greendale, which had , absolute stranger to me. Ho Investi country could of Capt. William T. Hammond, son time. these short hours the Mrs. Al Stafford, New Albany. The board In. Its statement sub- by competitive bids sent to the trade not 'been ordered. I suggested to gated the indictment and advised the Mr. and- - Mrs. W. H. Hammond, of large. On this requisition there Mr. Howell to store this until Tabb court that a'mlstako had ibeen made, go on a big vacation. Mrs, W. F. iDcCoursey and Mrs. of this city, until recently Camp Ad- mits the affidavits of A. S. J. Arm at many could dispose of same. tho result of which was that tho Guy Vinson and son, Harold Vinson, jutant at Camp Gordon, sailed last strong to tho effect that he sold were prison Items, one of which was & Austin they cloth and another for Later on for sold the goods to tho was filed away. Upon this REPUBLICAN SCHEME. Highland iPark, were recent Sun- week on tho President Grant for certain cloth to the Board of Prison dontm. of newspapers When the bids were opened State Reformatory at Frankfort and Information certain Ell Brown Jr., to Capt. Hammond, soon after Commissioners. guests of Mrs. John Ryan. day France. Chcsley Searcy's local iRepublican furlough home, was ordered to the effect that ho had no stock in and samples examined It was found it was shipped to that point. I did published perverted articles for tho Rev. Father Hlggins; chaplain at his was were no bids on denim, but not discrediting the Governor Mr. wJiero committee is 'having mailed 'from Camp Zachary Taylor, was honor join tho Silesian expedition,tstaff of any firm dealtngtwith tho board and there khaki as a .substitute was forty-nin- etell centsHowell that it did purpose of a yard; neither for appointing me, and because of no Interest ih any contract with It, brown to the the speech of Senator guest at Sunday evening dinner at ho will be attached in command of of Frank G, Corley and the mem - 'offered and Tabb & Austin were tho I tell him Tabb & Austin would those articles it has been very diffiNew York Toomey, Southern Gen. Sage, who is John Sharp Williams, In which the the home of Mrs. bers of tho finnlof Austin & Tabb lowest maaers on mis matenai. rnis have to get more for It. The only cult for me to eradicate prejudices, the American forces. Heights. (49) cents goods that was but as far as I know every person to the effect that the cloth which firm was awarded the contract at forty-nin- e latter attacked the Irish race, and naw located In John F. Oetkcn Is cents per yard,.which they sold to the Houses of Roform was who has Visited tho institution In a MASSES ON MONDAY. Howell says was sent to Greendale forty-nin- e the Republican committee suggests Frankfort, having opened an autoand from .therj to Frankfort was filled to the satisfaction of the State a brown khaki and not denim as spirit of sfneerety, with an honest that all Irish and Irish- - Americans mobile agency there in partnership On Monday morning the Rev. sent to the Greeadale Institution by Houses of Reform, as per sample Tabb & Austin did not submit any desire to know something of this should boycott the Democratic party with Mr. William Vatter, also of Martin O'Connor, the pastor, will mistake, andAfor F, Tom Hatcher submitted to tho board. The affida- samples or bid on any denim. management and possibly lend a (Signed) F. G. CORLEY, helping hand in this noblo work, because ot Williams crazy attack, this city. celebrate two masses In tho Church that he did n6tTsell or furnish direct- vit of this firm covering the ot New of Our Lady, the first at 5:45 and ly or indlrectlyjfo tho Board of purchase is attached hereto. Samuel Mrs. Subscribed and sworn to before has invariably praised my efforts. which was repudiated by all of the Haven, Avas heie Smock, last week for a mass, at & o'clock. On the for uniform mo toy My Democratic leaders. Many of the Visit to her daughter, Miss Edna the second, high the poor souls and Prison Commissioners , any coal at cloth there requisition bids reecived. day of F. G. Corley, this, the 27th been tofirst andthogreatest task ha3 were no of October 1919. This is done for obtain any time forftlie State Houses of recipients of these circulars wish Smock, who is a pupil at Sacicd in order that all may hear mass be- Reform. (Signed) , MAJA EUDALEY. We Instructed the secretary to send thq employes, in diverting the minds Heart Academy. Notary Public fore going, to work. These will be Chairman Searcy and his committee of these incorrigible boys and Discussing tho charges made bv our, further requests for bids. While en route fiom French Lick tho hours for masses on all holy Franks and'lmputed to Howell Abraham Baldwin Co., of Chicago, Jefferson County,- Ky. with hope and determinawould explain why they should bo home to (My commission expires October tion to do right. My success In the Judge HenrylB3Hlnes, chairman of 111., a firm that has supplied these solicited to "vote for Morrow, tho Springs Mr. their Mrs. A. in Chatta- days at this church. S. Glover nooga and institutions and many other states 14, 1923.) reformation of these boys and girls the board, said:'", Republican nominee, who ds a mom were entertained by Mr. and Mr3. HOLY ROSARY 1JAZAR. fSeal.l has toeen highly satisfactory to mo, "There Is not. a word of truth in for years with a special' cloth, at a ber of the Junior Order, an organl Fcank Pooloy In Parkview. cents per yard, The affidavits of Messrs. Tabb and and the best evidence I can produce this latest effort)bT the Republican cost of seventy-eigThe reports of the various com- machine to fool ihe people of Ken- advised that their lowest bid was Austin follow: zation which is opposed to foreign The engagement of Miss Mary that I have accomplished somothing working show that along this line Is stacks of letters Immigration, and If Morrow's or Virginia Smith and Mr. John P. Mc- mittees earnestly. all. are children's tucky on the o?e of the election. two dollars and thirty cents per State of Kentucky, A the marriage commending ne for tho many things Desperato over Impending dofeat, It yard, but that the United States Gov- Hardin County, Set. ganizatlon had its way these voter Donald is announced,Brlgld's church most variety booth promises to be of has been the pojLfy. of the Repub- ernment had taken over their mills to take place at St. The affiants, E. J. Tabb and J. E. that helped them to determine to do who are being favored with the Monday morning, November H7. large dimensions, judging from the lican, machine ? make assertions and that they could not take orders Austin, state that in July, 1918, we the right. Searcy campaign circulars wouldn't Mrs. Alfonso Constantine. Tier son. many contributions that the chil- that they couldsBjt" prove or find for this cloth. (They havo just re- were awarded sevoral contracts for Second In importance was to opare bringing. Another Jn charge facts" to Stanton Constantino, and her sister. dren be here to vote. that Is true of turned to tho market this summer cotton goods for uso at the State erate the Institution with as little Mlfs Edna Kerr, who were visiting of tho, commercial class will offer this latest' canard. There Is no and are offering this cloth at two Houses of Reform at Greendale, the cost to the taxpayers as possible, relatives at Bismarck, N. D have many attractions,- - The High School mystery about Armstrong. His af- dollars and twenty-tw- o cents per prices at which we furnished these consistent with good (business JudgBOOMERANG. WILLIAMS' wprking hard In the fidavit ends that. The same is tru9 yard.) goods were current prices at that ment, conserving in needed improvereturned to their homes in Jeffer- pupils ate promise to or "Cabbage Patch" and sonvllle. D. A. Loud & Co.. of Lexington, time and so far as wo know wero ments as well as repairs. Right tiie cnarges rciaung to Austin Senator Williams, of Mississippi, Tho & Tabb. F. Tom I Hatcher and Ell Ky., advised that they were not in the lowest quoted. The Misis Sysan MoDernvott has left show something very unique. here I wish to enumerate some of for some months has been bitter in for New York, where she .will be Holy Rosary Alumnae will have Brown. Wo have goods referred to by 'Mr.- How- tho improvements that have toeen kept busy the the market and could not offer any, his attacks on Irish Americans who maid of honor at the marriage of charge of a linen booth, presided past three weks iliswering charges yardage at that time, ell waB a blown khaki and not made under my administration withIn dared, to ask for justice; for Ireland. her cousin, Mies Kathryn Boyer, of over by Mrs. Daniel Doherty.every ot the Republican machine that had j The entire board being present, denim and was so billed, the forty-eig- out cost except for material: Stock this booth fancy work of hundred and eight yards ship- barn, 50x40 feet, built on solid But he got his answer last week; East Orange, to William. Shoen, of variety will be In display. Mrs. no basis of fact to stand on. The after considering and comparing the Pittsburg. people of the State should take samples of substitutes offered from ment was sent to Greendale by mis concrete foundation; cost $1,040. and it proved to toe his own boomany sixty-fiv- e Upon their return from their wed- Pfelffer will have charge of the our request was stored By contracting It would have cost prepared cents per yard to one and erang. The Irish National Bureau ding trip Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. "mother booth" and here aprons, warning and be or attack for the dollar and fifty cents per yard gave takethem at a short time; it was exceeding $2,500. Concrete tunnel, on by for kind of canard, Miplain and fancy, will be found. character or reputation of any an order for one dollar per yard never ordered for Greendale and 310 feet long, connecting powerMoriiarty, who was Miss Agnes M. both has made public a letter from Democratic officeholder, from the for covert cloth to Armstrong Com should not have been shipped there. house with main tunnel, cost $1,000. chael J. O'Brien, historiographer of Bohlsen, will be at home with the MERRY PARTY. governor to humbler member of thepany, and same was furnished The goods was covert cloth and not If It could have been contracted at tho American Irish Historical So- bride's mother, Miss Agnes Bohlsen, in Garvin Place. inconsequential board of the cording to sample, and though denim and was afterward sold to tho time It was built It would have v ciety, New York, to Senator WillTes3 Misses Emma Mao and Mr. and Mrs. John Weber anfrom now until after election. thing like as good as the old Bald- - the State Reformatory at Frankfort, cost four or five times as much. merry party at entertained a ie ms, In which reply was made to nounce the engagement 6f their of a mile of concrete Thelr desperation In making such win cloth has given satisfactory and we are confident that an examin About the Senator's attack on the Irish In daughter, Mies Marie Wdber, to their home on Weat Broadway. blatant attacks Is only evidence of service as a substitute, especially ation of the records will show the walks, concrete steps in front of present wero Mr. and Mrs. extremity.-when the difference In price between price was lower than charged by hospital concrete porch and steps in the Senate. Taking up the Sena- Loith V. Watklns, of Tupelo, Miss. Those Herman Graham, Misses Claribel their statement of the Board of one dollar per yard and two dollars others for tho same quality of gdods. front of' chapel without cost except The the Irish had The wedding will take place come Yetter, Mray 'Lee Pfelffer, Catherine tor's assertion that time in Novembor, the charges of and thirty cents per yard is It was practically Impossible to se- for cement and sand. Engine room Campbell, Emma Mae Garvey, Tess Control In answer tofollows: exaggerated the part .their race playContrary to the E. T. cure cotton goods' at that time on remodeled, converted Into a credit.sldered Air. and Mrs. John P. Koehler an- Garvey, Verba McClcllan, Helen and Howell, ed In the revolutionary war, O'Brlon nounce tho engagement to account of war requirements which able looking place, steel celling, of their On June 12, 196, H. B. Hines, Franks statement purporting Beatrice Miller, Florquoted from official documents in daughter, Ml3S Anna Mary Koehler, ence Schmidt, Ruth Owens, Louise Herbert Carr and F. T. Hatcher were quoto Howell, of accounts for tho prlco appearing painted, wired complete for about could get the Government archives in Lon- to Louis M. Kuriger. The marriage Hlggins, Mary Louise Lehan, Anna appointed by Governor Stanley as the Houses or Reform, there was no high. This firm has never charged $800 when tho best bid Icarpenter's & excessive profits on any goods fiom a contractor for the will don, (photographic copies of which part take place during the latter Lehan, Lillian Young, Louise Hen- members of the Kentucky Board of bid offered by & Corley. Austin of November. Austin, on this furnished the state. work alone was $1,350. derson, Emma Leff, Ester Raque, Prison Commissioners, and the State Tabb, or Tabb he said he Inclosed, to show that Cottage D "division room was an J. E. AUSTIN, E. J. TABB. Terry Murnane, son of Harry Beatrice King, Mildred Garvey, Houses of Reform at Greendale, Ky material. (See affidavit 'by Corloy t; g the Brltisli commanders In the revo- Murnane, the well known scenic Clara May Kurtls; Messrs. Shear. was one of tho institutions that came and Austin & Tabb herewith.) Subscribed and sworn to before old dark, dirty, me bv E. J. Tabb and J. E. Austin, lutionary war regarded the Irish In artist, is recovering rapidly from the Edward Eurlch, Edward Held, Ken-et- h under the jurisdiction of this board". with expenditure of about There are always many firms we assumed charge, wo'ding who are not personally known of the firm of Austin & Tabb, this $300 for material, it Is one of the Fisher, Carl Jacke, Edward America as their "most serious an- injuries sustained in a recent autoOctober 27, 1919. brlchtest and most cheerful looking mobile accident, and will be able to Schmidt, Paul Fleming, Earl Neff, found the teachers In the schools to the board, and the board He also said he had tagonists." J. L. IRWIN Clk., H. V. J. all men, and that teachers' elders sariiples and prices filed and divisions at the Institution. Besides leave the. hospital In a few days. William Molntyre. Vincent Bunds-chu- . "found abundant evidence to stow By R. N. SPRIGG, D. C. the above there are many other im Tom Scully, Frank Raque, Roy certificates were' not required. Up- - are only concerned in seeing that Misses Eleanor and Phoabo Harris Mr, Hatcher's affidavit follows: provements .that have .been made that Irish soldiers in the British will give tip their apartment in tho MoOlellan, Al Sohan, George Haines, with the same per cent- of saving. army took every opportunity of 'de- Kensington, and will go 'early this Matt McWilliams. O. Adams, Julius tendent Howell, tho Prison Board contract. As to who is Armstrong State of Kentucky, Every ibuildlng at the Institution has that an serting to tho rebels,' " and added month to spend several weeks with, Leif, Emile Raque, John King entered an order directing bo male the. affidavit of Mr. Armstrong Js County of Jefferson. Hlggins. The affiant, F. T. Hatcher, being been painted inside and out, except equal division of teachers hereto attached, Mrs. he had 'found that at least 38 Mr. andgoing Edward J. McDermott, George Chennelworth. F. that and female, and that thereafter the t Attached to and made a part of first duly sworn, states that he did the old mulo barn. Plastering and to Biloxi, where they per cent, of the "American army ofJ before METZ THANKS KNIGHTS. spend the winter. teachers appointed to fill vacancies this statement Is tho resignation of not sell or furnish, directly, or In- plumbing have been kept in repair. d directly to the 'Board of Prison Comliberty were of Irish birth or The power plant uue to my recomwere to have- certificates and to be Mr. Ernest J. Howell as Mr. and Mm. Daniel M. Relihan, by the superintendent dent for the State Houses of Reform, missioners, any coal at any time for mendation has been equipped with The City ot Metz, through Louis Irish descent. Of 100 surnames of 72C South Eighth street, - an Municipal a third unit. There is due to arrive the board. the State Houses of Reform an ancient Irish origin, I lave nounce tho engagement of their Relnert, President of the has receiv- and approvedof byrecommendationThis in said resignation Mr. Howoll byaicates that the nowspaper criticism policy F. T. HATCHER. here now another pumping unit, daughter, Anna L. Relihan, to Commission of that city, counted on tho rolls, of the revolu- James Otto Kaufman, the marriage ed with expressions of gratitude th? tho superintendent was pursued by 0f his former business connections Subscribed and sworn to before which whep Installed will be adetionary army a totnl of 12,293,'l he to take place at the Cathedral of offer of an equestrian statue of Gen. the board in reference to all em- - has weighed very heavily upon his mo by F. T. Hatcher, this 27th day quate to the needs of this instituJCnights of Co come. All wrote, adding that there were ne the Assumption the latter part of Lafayette, which the next septemoer nloves save and except Mr. Johnson, 'mind and has been the chief detri- - of October, 1919. 'My commission tion for twenty years tomany others thpso imnrovements and lumbus will unveu asslstant superintendent; Mr. Chas. ment to him In making a success of erplres Aprlll, 1922. lonth. ly 1.500 officers of Irish blood and 9. This announcement was made by P. Weaver receiver; Mr. Harris, tho institution and in controlling the ANNA 'LEE RALEIGH, havoTeen Installed without the aid Mr. and Mrs. James tHa. Gen. Washington chose as his announce tho marriage MdDonough James A. Flaherty, Supreme Knight farmer; Mr. Umpstead, engineer; Dr. 'employes and the inmates thereof. Notary Public, of outside labor. I call your attenof aldeaxa. number of natives of Ire daughter, Miss Margaret Burke their of the order, who gave out several Roberts, .physician, and Mrs. A. O. jAbput this time last year it seems tion to this because any predecessors Jefferson County.. Ky. messages recelyed congratulatory land anuons of Irish ilmmigrants. (that the climax of his disturbed con- - In his affidavit In regard to How- did all such Improvement as this by to Raymond C. Thaler, of through Marcol Knecht, of the Martin, matron. brought about his tentative ell's offer to contribute to the cam contracting. At all times and under all The attack of the Southern Senator Denver, which was solemnized, Octo- French Comlmsslon. . job, Mr, t pjin not too forcibly impress and has given an opportunity to bring ber 18 at the Cathedral of the ImMUlerand, former War cumstances the board sustained the offer of resignation, much that later paign fund if promised a Alexander upon you the wide contrast both in advanced Weaterfleld savs: maculate Conception, the Rev. E. J. Minister of France, and now" General superintendent In the employment, the condition was so before tho public the record of Mannix officiating. Mr. arid Mrs. discharge and suspension of em- that he did on March 18. 1919, The affiant, Clarence Westerfleld, appearance and discipline of this RepubIrish support of America during the Thaler will mako'thelr home in Den- Commissioner of the French tho fol- ployes. tender his resignation to become states that he is a resident of the iustitutlon since August 1st, 1916, sent lic in days when aid was sorely needed ver, ,Mr. Howoll seemed to possess a effective on .April 1, 1919, at which city of Owonsboro, Dayless County, the date upon which I took charge lowing cable: "I am deeply touched by Washington and his compatriots. The marriage of Mtes Lorraine by the message of tho Knights of singular Indisposition or Inability time he was succeeded by Mr. Kentucky, and that he holds the of this institution. As I have said precounty tax commissioner before Is P. Weaver, to Feldhaus, It is peculiarly appropriate that Joseph J. daughter ofand ArthurMrs. Columbus informing tho municipal- his sustain friendly relations with Charles attached affidavit of Mr. position of County, having been elect judices,it butdifficult to eradicate undiI havo given myenergy faculty, officers and attaches, Tho Feldlfaus, F. ity of Metz of the subscription, which of Daviess these facts should be brought out Hlllerioh was solemnized on Wedopened to raise In that and this was true even with those Clarence Westorfleld shows that the ed to this position in tne regular vided attention with all the now when Ireland is appealing to nesday at St. Mary Magdalene they ahavo period of unrest from persecution county election of 1916. He further and untiring ambition that I posstatue of Lafayette. I beg appointed from his own county. city America for aid In her struggle for church, in the presence of many of you to tell them that the. anclqnt our request the Superintendent In IMr. Howell's mind 'has again states that he is a Democrat ot ute- - sessed .to make you a credlblo adAt ot this the and regfreedom. This country hart now their friends and admirers. Both Lorraine city will be proud to see complied ' a .set of rulesgovernment arisen, and tills affidavit Is filed as lone standing and is a memoer oi ministration dtam at affairs gratified least are well known and popular in raised in one of its squares a sym- ulations referring to the a part ot this statement. tho Daviess County Democratic cam- - Institution. I an opportunity to repay the debt Catholic circles and many are the bolMr. Franks also In his speech at nalun committee. That as a momper in the belief that for years to follow of tho ancient union, always of the institution and these rules that it has awed to Ireland for more congratulations tendered them. growing moro and more affectionate, were approved by the loard, except Frankfort, quoted Mr. Howell In of said committee he in the endeavor there will be living monuments in scattered than a centuty and a quarter. Ca Miss Helen Schneider and Walter which has brought together two free as to corporal punishment. When his statement as saying that a re to secure money with which to main the form of S. Pilson were marrle4 at St. John's-churc- peoples." the offense was of such a serious port on the House of Reform by tain a local Democratic Headquarters about over Kentucky that will be Senator William see the point? rectory Thursday morning, The Hon. Andre Tardieu, uenerai nature as to suggest corporal punish the state Inspector atid examiner was about three weeks ago solicited from grateful to mo and this institution of Rev. Dr. Schuhmann officiating. Mr. Comlmesloner ment we ordered that a trial beard suppressed. This statement is ab- E. J. Howoll, who holds a lucrative for their substantial citizenship. you UNIFORM AT VATICAN. After being associated with and Mrs. Charles alveard, sister Affairs, cabled tho following on be- (superintendent, assistant superin- solutely false and untrue Insofar as position under the Btate tax comthe groom half ot Leon V. Mlnnan, Commis- tendent, matron and receiver) con- is applies to this board. and brother-in-lamission, for a contribution to the gentlemen, the officers and inmates The flrel woman Papal courrer, were the attendants. ofThe bride Is sioner of the French Republic In sider same. here so long It Is with keen Togrot All of which we submit to the local campaign fund. .And If the verdict was who fas ateo the first woman recelv Metz: "I am happy to express to not unanimous then the case be re- public for their consideration. a daughter of 'Mr. J. P. Schneider, you The affiant states that- he did not that T find it to my Interest and to In an audience In the Vatican with tho druggist, and the groom is con- the gratitudo of Lorraine ,fO" ferred to the .board for final action. (Sinned) mention any amount to Mr. Howell, the Interest of my family to retire out a man till or veil, has arrived ected with the L. & N. railroad. tms now iraiernai loicca ot uuecuon When the board assumed charge THE STATE BOARD OF CONTROL. but that Mr. Howell Tofused to con- on the date heretofore .mentioned. which you brlmg to her. The statue we found that the Institution was In conclusion I wlsn .to again HENRY B. HINBS. Chairman. tribute, saying: "That he had not in New York with medallions of the cl&wcai department. of Lafayette will immortalize the receiving coal from the Stearns Coal Governor His Excellency, been promised his position, or any thank F. T. HATCHER, Order ot the Knights of St. Giegoiy heroic spirit of America Hfrom the & Lumber Co., of 'MoCreeiry County, place by Gov. Black, or those in Stanley, and your board ror naving JOHN A BURTON, MTSSHON. supreme offlleera of the for. lore great country which gave us during Kentucky, and as the coal was authority, and that he would not appointed me as superintendent of J. F. BUTTS, Ktadght of Columbus, It was anthe war such a generous and decisHERBERT OA'ttR. contribute anything unless he was tho Kentucky Houses of Reform. I and the orica the best offer On Sunday morning, November "9, ive nounced Saturday. She is Miss at the. high mas at 9:30 o'olook the year. The affidavit of Mr. Armstrong In promised a Job, but If he was prom- also especially desire to thank the The site picked for the statue for- ed we continued same year by Gladys Sheridan, of New York. The Passionlat fathers Alexander and merly1 was occupied by a figure of The statement made by Ed Franks regard to hie connection with the ised a job he would contribute $260 members of the Board of Control Guard detained her at the for thq kindly consideration I 'have to the campaign fund." a week's mission the Pact of the metal to in his speech at Frankfort, on Sa- sale of the doth follows: Vatican entrance mntH informed that Roger will beglriohuroh.'Thlrty-fitt- h j of Kentucky, The affiant further states that ho received at your hands. t turday. Ootober ZSih. purporting to St. Cdlumba's be used In Ihe figure wl be taken I...... the Knighte of Columbus uniform at' Respectfully submitted, uH,nii ia .rwma, fliinur uvuub; w& jV4iv0.,u told Mr. Howell that he had no cannon. Gertnan. Several was recognized, aa lonnai ares tor and Market. Fathers Alexander and frooi m. J. HOWELL. Superintendent. The affiant. ' A. S. J. Armstrong, authority to .promise a. position and pulpit orators thousand Kaigbts will go to France Intendent, to theXifffeot that F. T. eloquent Mist Bhertd&a wa a Rogers n audience, ' 1919. Political his Oolumburf of welfar and have conducted many suoeeestul with Mr. Flherty tfort the1 oere- - Hatcher, a meinbe of this board; being duly sworn, states that in jit was Blaok. understanding tnat uor- Tuesday, March 18, Knlghta MMsaohueettsjAucust, 1918, after he had, seeured ernor and campaign managers Advertisement. , an option on. Jmomw. , gjrfi'mweions. I worker. Brod-erlck, 0 Portland. Home, President Tim O'Leary. ' Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John 1850 Portland avenuo. Publishers KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. IncerporttcJ. A. Recording Secretary John COPvlc Martin. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. a Matter. 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Shop Foreman and General Manager BROOK STRECT 1215 SOUTH ELEVATED TO PRIESTHOOD. H. BOSSES SON ahd to conclude what a gross Injustice "Tho emigrants from Ireland arc In down the total number of men and vou have done to the Iiish who general to foe looked upon as our the number of Irish in each and fought and bled that this country of most serious antagonists." Tills doc- every unit, and on the most careful ours may 'be freed from foreign ument Is In (he English archives at and I'onsenvatlve computation, and yoke. garI call your particular attention to Your light colored the Public Record OfTtce In London, casting aside all piedllectlons In of the Irish, I found that at, least the list of officers of Irl3h blood 1n and as I have no doubt you have ments can be dyed by sufficient Influence with 'tho powers 38 per cent of the. American army of the Revolutionary army and navy, ur method, which gives that bo" to secure a copy, I suggest liberty weie of Irish birth or of nearly 1,500 in all, and to th fur Washington selected for ther that you send for it, since It is a Irish descent. You can see say as hisfact that secretaries and aides them that newness and personal 10c about the facts. You lare historical document But, as yourself were freshness so desired by ten Irishmen In tho such men as Reed and Catey, sons you may not wish to go to that "there trouble, I am sending you a photo- British army to every one In the of Irish immigrants, and Moylan, well dressed people. A. . 5c army." McHeniy and Fitzgerald, natives of Revolutionary graphic reproduction of tho page American from Clinton's letter In which this That, sir, Is an absolutely false as Ireland. Were these men, as well sertion, and you have no warrant or as Sullivan and Barry, O'Brien nml remaikable statement appears. Butler, the many Best Second Let us consult the testi authority whatever for It, since not officers and the patriot other trusted army and of mony of Ambrose Serle, confidential even the worst enemy of the Irish navy, your "Scotch-Irish- " and "English-ever dared to make such a agent of the British Cabinet, who has ! !! ! !! Irish." was sent to this country In 1776 by statement. It is perfectly true thore Cleaners & Dyers From "A Hidden iPhase of AmeriIn the British army, Lord Dartmouth, Secretary of State, were Irishmen you may acquaint with lnntructlons to determine and as unfortunately there have been at can History" these and a Ohio River Fish Phones 2207 yourself with report upon "the strength, character all times, 'but that you may know other facts concerning the thousand Irish In men Office 617 Fourth Ave. and personnel of the reoel army. with what reluctance theseI quote the Revolution, and after you have ItECKIVEI) DAILY. Spile's letters to Lord Dartmouth fought against tho Colonists, you Plant 909 S. Sixth St. read the book I Pennsylvania indicate that he was an astuto and from the 27, 1775,. a Packet of not bo unwilling assumemake will OHIO RIVER to the letter from observant official and one In whose November your statements perfect Tellance could be Pork, Ireland, detailing the failure amende honorable and retractlntem- statement. By your placed. In his very first letter to cf the recruiting officers to fill up Previous utterances as public man, perato destined tho homo government, dated New the regiments "Many for the Amer- you have grievouslya (Injured the of the draughts York, September 25, 177C, Serl ican service. millions of people feelings that havo said: "Great numbers of emigrants, regiments come here to fill up the finest have stoodofby their country In SISTER MARY JEAX. ordered abroad swear who particularly Irish, are In the rebel army and here they do Great they will never draw a trigger all the wars In which America ha At St. Frances of Rome church, since even the Declaring! that Senator John Britain much Jnjuiy by bringing against the Americans, amongst been engaged, and English Cavewood and Payne, on Tuesday Sharp Williams was entliely without over armies A SPECIALTY. so whom they all have relations." The commander of the numibers and trades, and morning, a memorial requiem high knowledge of the same writer prophesied wnoiesaie admitted that "tho Irish immi of his submass Avas said, at tho request of the ject when he made factsrecent attack adding strength, already too groat, desertions of Irish soldiers from the grants" who enlisted in tho "lebel" to the forco of America against & Boyer Fish Co. Daughters of Isabella, for Sister on the Senate floor his and I havo forces were his "most serious antagupon American her." This document Is among the British Teglments, Mary Jean Connor, the Lorettlne citizens 'of Irish blood, Michael FOR LESS MONEY. found abundant evidence to show onists," surely It will not be Incom J. records in the Tower of Londou, 311 East Jefferson Street. nun who, while nursing at Camp O'Dnlen hlstrlographer tho and so as to save you the trouble of that tho Irish soldiers took every patible, with tho dignity of evenada Home City 1061. Taylor during the flu epldomlc last American Irish Historical of to the Senator of the United States to Society, sending some one to that unsavory opportunity of "deserting October, was stricken and died. Force's American mit that he was wrong. See following letter to place to secure a copy, I am also rebels." Father John 'H. Riley, pastor of St. addressed tho Veiy respectfully. Senator Williams: sending you a photograph of Serlo's Archives (4th series, volume, the Frances of ROme ohurch, who is MICHAEL J. O'BRIEN, New York 'Historical Society 'CollecHon. John Sharp ,Wllllams, U. S. written statement. 808 W. Jefferson St. also chaplain ifor the Daughters of Senator from Mississippi, WashingGaThiee You impugn as unworthy tions for 18175, and tho Royal An- I. A. EIGHT Isabella, was the celebrant of tho ton, iD. C. Dear zette for October 18, 1780). If the reports mass, to (which all soldiers (were es- of your speech In Sir: press are cor of consideration the statements of other of your statements Is that the Galloway and Robertson that "one-haIf You Are Employer pecially invited. At Camp Taylor, rect, it is dear that you are entliely s of the Irish In America I. A. XIXE the Revolutionary troops were at the K. C auditorium and club without knowledge of the facts of A. SEVEN (In Irish' You do this In such a viay Scotch-Iris- h Revolutionary tlmea) were I. WEEK FOR THE KED- CROSS, houses, an anniversary mass was your subject, and it is for tho pur- as to n fcjfcK from and EnglUh-Irls- h And Need a Girl Worker, make It clear that you believe also said for Sister Mary Jean, It pose of informing you that I am no There has beeu much, said about Ulster." That is another 'falsehood, such testimony was ever given as will be remembered that at her fu- writing this letter. OR I regret to and It Is ,amply.. ?r0Zt? by l record? the splendid work of the American evidently your neral services last year a military learn that you have received create Uthe Impression Intention to Quoted in "A Hidden Phase of Red Cros3 'both In peace and war throughout mass was said ifor her, at uhlch full "threatening History.' If It were so, times, and even louder than the letters" because of the country this assertion cma-- ' Americanyou If You Are Girl mllitaiy honors were paid. account for the prepon- - spoken and written words speaks your attitude on the question of Ire- nnfvj mio.w that "tho rmm na how do it has land, and that you assume they ture of the Irish." Now. while iterance of Irish names on the mus the marvelous service which 2 and . And Need a Position SEEMS A SHAME. over and above those of done. Beginning November came from Iiish sources. 'Most peo- myself believe that this estimate was 'THE PILL THAT .WILL" ple will be surprised at this, since exaggerated, I will prove to you that supposed Scotch and English origin? continuing throughout the week the HENRY C. HCRK Main 3359 City 3359 CALL US LOUItVILLC, KV. At last the bills to give tho dis- It is not In the Celtic nature thus the testimony was actually given, How do you account for tho great people of the United Stat03 aie askcharged soldiers six months pay have to threaten an honorable opponent, and Incidentally "show you up" to number of Revolutionary soldiers ed to support a peace programme come out of tho committee and await however Ignorant of his facts or our WiiMfTs Activities, as a person bearing the oldest names known to which will continue the work on an They work like a charm. tho action of the lower house of however ungenerous 'he himself may who does not know what he Is talk- Irish family nomenclature? Lst ma enlarged scale, To each pennon is Naticnal Catholic War Council Congress. These bills should have be, and I can assure you with per ing about. This testimony was given illustrate by a few of these names mndo the appeal, If you believe In Every box sold to satisfy been passed seveial months ago. Tlni fect commence, tnat u any irishmen under oath before a committee of and the number of Revolutionary tho work of tho oiganUatlon and OS7 South Fourth St. profiteers have not had to wait for aie responsible for such threats, the Lords and Commons In the year soldiers of each name, whom I huva are willing to continue it, express or your money refunded. your willingness by wearing a 1920 East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. their reward and 4t does seem a they do not represent genuine Irish .1.77s; Galloway's statement was found on the rolls: For Sale by Your Druggist Kelly, 095; Ryan, 322; Burke, mem'bersluln button. shsane that the boys who made real feeling. Lot us first put on the wit printed in the Royal Gazette of OcCAMILLE DETERT, "Of the Tied Cross band It does not wcrflog Jor the naWon should have ness stand the most competent of tober 27, 1779, and Robertson's in 221. in packages. Rellly, 280; take to wait for what Is at most but a the English witnesses of the time, the Parliamentary Register, or ProMurphy. 494; Employment Bureau. poor return for the sacrifices they no less a person than General Sir ceeding of the House of Commons, O'Brien, 230. Great wealth to be a part. Connor, 'SulHvan, 2GG; O'Neill, It does not take greit rank or have "made. In this oonneotlcn It Henry Clinton, Commander-in-Chiand you will find photographs of power would be pertinent to ask what is of the English armies in America. both statements in "A Hidden Phase 178. Just a dollar and a heart." O'Connor, 327; Dougherty, 248; being done to refund to the boys the On the 8th of March, 1778, Lord of American 'History" at pages 78 JOHN B. RATTERMAN rrfoneyvlhey were obliged to epend George Germain, Secretary of War, and 90 respectively. 'In tile face of Fitzgerald, 184. FORTY HOURS. Connolly, 243; McCarthy, 331; for food TviMle being carried acrow wrote Clinton directing him1 "to this, you will no longer dare to asAt the Church of St. Denis, on tho the Atlantlo on BrJtrth ships. This draw from the American army th sert, will you, Senator RVllliams. DonncKy, 155. Funeral Directors FUNERAL DIRECTOR of Oourte should be deducted from number of Europeans mhlch consti- that this testimony was never given? Of one hundred surnames of as Eighteenth street road, the solemn aevouon the cost of transportation which our tuted its principal force." On tha But, as to what weight mould be ancient Irkm oringin as these, I and beautwui Forty Hours tno tif It Government must- Py to Great Brit- 23rd of Ootoiber, 1778, Clinton re- ghen to this testimony, there may have counted on the rolls a total of tirlf VaaIm evvt r nn,ur Embalmers. ain. (Has anything "been ione to as- plied to this letter relating the dif- be some dout I hav. Urled to 12,293, asd when tie fait is con detrition 7nt Thigh "ma, and will 2114 WEST MARKET STREET, certain "Hue amount the boys were ficulties of carrying out these In- verify It, but without suooetis. I ex sidered that numerous other Irish continue through until Tuesday. The) Tipitow lofta Phonse Shawnee 1243. CumUcrlanp obliged to spend? Till matter structions, and In referring to the amined every available muster-ro- ll names are represented on the tolls. pastor 111 bo assisted iby several of West 1107a, iPflPIfSt sAiould be looked Into. Continental Army Clinton a4d: of the Revolutionary army; I took1 1 leave it to your own imagiaatloa the eflergy from the city churches. DYEING SWISS DIAMONDS Watches and The Rev. Joseph H. Fitzgibbons was elevated to the holy priesthood Tuesday by the (Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Bishop of Louisville. Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, In the ohapel of Bishop O'Donaghuo, the order of deacon was conferred upon him, and on Tuesday morning, in tho same chapel, in the presence of Of Irish in Revolutionary Wnr Sent his friends and many clergymen, he had conferred upon him tho sacra to Senator John Shaip ment of holy orders, proclaiming AVillinms. .. in full him a priest of the church Fitzgibbons was Btanding. Father to have been ordained last June, but owing to a severe attack of Influenza ho was unable to take his final ex- HIkIi British Authorities Quoted amination. He made his stuales at As to Irishmen's Help to St. Mary's. St. Meinrad's in Iudlaua, and finished at Konrick Semlmry In Colonies. St. Louis. Father Fitzgibbons is a Kentueklan, a native of Monganfleld, and it is In the Church of St. Ann, In that town, that ho will celebrate Hlstiiographci' O'Brien Says Celts his first solemn mass on November lo Not Waste Tin cats oil 4. He belongs to this diocese, but Igiioi-niits- . will not receive his appointment for a few weeks. He has been staying with the Rev. Joseph A. Newman, pastor of St. Leo's church, Highland Park. SEXATOR DOES XOT ANSWER. Your support is respectfully solicited. WAR RECORD Now Is the tlmo to look up that old beaver, felt and velour hat and brine Also Sample Copy Free of tho it to us and have It cleaned, dyed and KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL reshaped Into the latest fall styles. Also ostrich feathers cleaned and Fully illustrated, thirty. two page3 curled. seventy-fiv- e thousand readers. ADDRESS KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL XX Building Inter-Southern Falls City Straw Works 713 WEST JErrEBSON 8TBEET North Sldo LOUISVILLE, KY. fa-f- or TARPY'S Lady Dash Little i Gears VV V Made! i Fresh Jewelry Segal SIDNEY'S an a lf "two-third- TRY - Worker iifoo-cra- r ter-roll- s, 'LVnPLS fellow-countrym- 25-ce- nt -- ef 1 Vi - AVKNUK v KJVTTJOKY IRISH Gee! tout I'm feeling hum, AJMjaVKXGAJXm ''' iii.if'-ijitj- CAMP TAYLOR BLUES. I'd like to (To For T have the Taylor Miles: float down ' X - -- "a a great big ocean of booze. river the old Green &' ', ' "'". '".L" "'"ni" '"'x "u,,ri!55i?P!FBa,,BSBss: Yesterday the world seemed bright, Broke or not it was the same to me; But now the lights go suddenly out. They are closing the "K. of C. No more of be': Uw':kmk Thei camp seems as dead as can No more music or girlish laughter, For they're closing the K. of C. Good-by- e, bright, the lights so dazzling be: So long, Mac, Dad and Zack And tho good ol'd K. of C. SEROT. R. J. McLEAN, Headquarters Company. Clinee, Harry and Jack, Camp life Js not what it used to great regret of every man in tho service, who will feel the loss of entertainment at the various K. C. biuldlngs, where their "Everybody welcome, everything free," cheered everybody and chased away tho blues. For tho farewell week Secretary Thomas D. Cllnes and hla as" i.ih. mnimn.imi.ini. sistants arranged the following series T '' of programmes, which the soldiers THE INTERNATIONAL ATHLETIC CHAMPIONS. HONORS CADETS. t. PRESIDENT POINCARE. will long retain la pleasant memory: Monday Night Soldiers' dance at Led by the representatives of tho United States, recoiving from Gen. Pershing, before Pershing on the field of Reviewing former Cadets of the 1st. Cyr Military Academy, who were trained for war Auditorium; Paramount feature film grand stand, the prizes won by their prowess. battle, but now return to receive the honors of their Alma Mater. and BluograiB Minstrel, K. C. 2; reception and picture ghow, K. 0. 3; SEARCH FOR GRAVES. picture show at camp guard house. VATICAN CHOIRS. Tuesday Night Officers' HallowAnnouncement has been made that e'en party. and reThe wonderful tour of the Vatican ception, K. K. C. 1; dance pictures, the task ot locating the graves of C. 2; moving 'Choirs under Monslgnor Raffaela K. C. 3; picture show camp guard soldiers of the American Expeditionary force In France, Belgium and Caslmlro Caatmirl, as predicted' In house. Wednesday Night Paramount fea- Germany ifor relatives iln the United tho Catholic newspapers at the time of their arrival In America from ture film, K. C l; Hallowe'en party States is now being done exclusively of Graves Rome, Is making musical "history in for enlisted men, K. G. 2; dance at by tho Army Bureau Registration this country. Such sublime vocaliza- K. C 3; movtles at camp guard Cross. Since and the American Red the signing of tho tion and sucli perfection of delivery house. Thursday Night Hallowe'en par armistice the Knights of Columbus as reVealed by the famous singers photographed and sent written from the best known of the Roman ty for enlisted mien, K. C. 1 ; moving have to many hundred families and basilicas has astonished even, the pictures ana peanut festival, K. C. data most exacting critics throughout the 2; Bluegrass Minstrel with Forrest relatives of tho men who ded in On account of tho withcountry and everywhere they have Thompson and company, K. C. 3; battle. drawal of many workers to tho base been heard the reports are the same plftures at camp guard house. Friday Night Farewell paTtie3 ports the Knights have been comunanimous chorus of pralsd. Tho now Impetus given to sacred liturgi- with refreshments at all K. C. build pelled to turn their records and tdrasnBHBBl Br 'JBbW'' ij over to tho Army Bufeaturo film at cal music by the masterly treatment ings; Paramount JSeflHiH reau, which will continue indefiniteof Palestina and others of the old camp guard house: cigarettes and ly. masters from the Roman churches as candy at Base Hospital nnd Marino gan, According to William J. MulliChairman of the Knights of revealed ifor tho first time to tho Hospital In Louisville. Columbus Committee on War Activoutside world In nearly 1.C00 years ities, thero are more than 1.000 ALL SAINTS' DAY. can not bo measured at thl3 time. It cemeteries in France whero the that church ig evident, however, SVHHJv,j HBKBBHHbBW JH9BBBS3fervBBBBBBB This Saturday tho church cele- Americana have been burled. The music has come again into finer conSbBBBhP sideration and America's musical brates the Feast of All Saints. On American officers n charge of tho sHBbHIHr $ AjHBnBBHm world is reaping the great benefit this day tho church celebrates as a districts are rapidly recording all the graves. Thero aro several hunWhiah this tour was intended te at- mother, for these saints aro her own dred graves about France where tain. It Is regrettable that the time children. The first actual celebra- soldiers have 'been buried with only is limited and that they will not be tion of All Saints' Day was In tho Arniee Ameriheard In Louisville. These wonder- year 732, when Pope Gregory III, the words, "Soldat plot. Many to of the ful singers are only permitted to dedicated on the Vatican Hill an can,"men Identify In the killed action lost their leave their respective posts with the oratory 1n honor "of the Savior, of Identification discs and had no different basilica choirs for a stated His Blessed Mother, of the Holy marks on tholr clothing which period, and It is absolutely neces- Apostles, of all the martyrs, confes- might have assisted In Identifying sary that the singxers take a ship sors and perfect just who repose early in December so that they will throughout the world." In the year them. be back in Rome 4n time for the 835 Pope Gregory IV. made tho MARKS TURNING POINT. Christmas services In the Slstino, St celebration of this feast obligatory BELGIUM'S FIGHTING KING AND FAMILY. throughout tho world and fixed the Peter's and St. John Lareran. Tho session of the British Parliaday as tho first day in November. The Belgian roya family which Is visiting tho United States as the SAILORS BURIED IN YARD OF COLUMBUS' OLD HOME. Worship of saints is the natural out- ment now under way marks a turn- welcome guests of America. Tho ph oto shows left to right above. Prince NORA CAIN. growth of our worship of God. Tho ing point. In tho history of tho Gov- Leopold, Duke of Brabant, Queen Elizabeth, King Albert. Lower left to Graves of three American sailors in yard of the house in Genoa, Tory right, Prince Charles Theodore, Count of Flanders and Princess Marie The - Mrs, Nora Cain, 101 years old, Impulse' mat deads us to worship ernment. Italy, "where Christopher Columbus, discoverer of America and patron of administration faces tho most diffGod's in the oldest (woman 4n Logan county, us to perfection tho Itself will move icult task that has ever confronted a Jose. venerate traces of that Knights of Columbus, once lived, are decorated by K. of C. war workers and one of the few women in Ken- perfection as they appear conspicu- ministry, namely that of providing In presence of American army and naval officers and men. tucky ovor 100 years old, died at ously in saintly men and women. By a programmo which can command GUIDE BUYERS her home in Russellvlllo Saturday honoring, them in the proper way popular support and at tho same morning. Death was a result of wo offer tribute to the Giver of all time secure a further lease of Government control to tho tho oligarchs Injuries sustained two weeks ago good.. Werec0gnlzehtaMhegoodnes3 Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly on she who heretofore GUIDE BUYERS when gettingfellout ofthe floor as she which these creatures assess is only and reactionaries country. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements bed, at which a reflection of God's goodness. When hava ruled the was they find in these colums. We aim to protcctour readwill have to use all his powtime sho received a ibroken hip. To wo worship tho saints wo worshio Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly tho time of her death Mrs. Cain, de- Him who is the source from whom ers as a political contortionist to efers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements spite her remarkable age, retained they derive all their perfection. The fect this. The people aro tired of all her senses, and until about six most unlearned Catholic, even the class rule and appear to bo deterthey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readmonths ago was an ardent and little child that is prepared for its mined to have no more of it. What ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. active Catholic church Worker. She first communion, Is in no peril of concessions have the Ministerialists' was tho mother of sixteen chlldron, confounding the adoration due to decided to make to tho British dembut only ono of them, Mrs. William God with tho. religious honor that ocracy? Of courso something must Home City 8300 Road Service. Simpson, survived her. Mrs. Simp- we glvo to God's saints. The invo- be done to placate labor, and alos to son "was tho youngest child Jn the cation and Intercession of saints in bring order out of the chaos Into JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. years no way robs Christ of his position as which Ireland has been plunged by PROPERLY BLENDE CLEANED, PACKED family, and ds now fifty-si- x nurLDEK old, and is Superintendent df the the ono mediator. Tho Apostle who continued misrule and the persecuASK YOUK GROCER. 94 1 South Third St. Maple Grove cemetery in Russell-vlll- so strongly Insists on tho sole me- - tion of her people. The Coalition 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET fThe other children have been alatorship of Christ earnestly begs Ministry is on trial and signs are ACCESSORIES dome Phone Shawnee 1010 of years. Other rel- the prayers of his 'brethren. If the not wanting which Indicate that Its FISK TIRES dead a number Do You to Sell or Buy atives are a nephew, John M. Simp- prayers of the brethren on earth do sun has set. son, of Jefferson, Ind., and several not derogate from the irlorv and SO YOU WAITS TO SBXiXJ OS BUY? JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. SOMERSAULT. SAM KOBERTSOft niecesinand nephews. Mrs. Cain was dignity of Christ as our mediator, I can Sell or Trado or find a came to neitner ao tne prayers or the saints Dublin, Ireland, and Headquarters for born Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mln Tho news from Washington shows the United States when she was in heaven. Every Catholic knows CONTRACTOR FOR r'M or Property of any klnU or descripPROPERTY AND FARM CITY fourteen years old. She has lived that when wo pray to the saints we that the administration forces have tion. We havo Businesses and Enterprises of every kind For Sals In alSee us about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONORETB WOW in Russollvllle and Logan county ask nothing of them of themselves executed a complete somersault in most any part of Kentucky, Indiana om5ng to this country. but only that they pray to God for the League of Nations question. ever since and othes States. estate. We sell, buy and rent. Funeral services with requiem mass uh. Tho greatest of the fathers of Hitherto they havo stood for tho OLD LEAKY ROOFS CAN BE SAVED St. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. If You Want To Buy or Bell at took place Monday morning. the church speak plainly both of the covonenant without amendment. Auction or Private 81 AND MADE Home Phono City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S6S doctrine and practice of Intercession Now they havo announced their Write or Call and Invocation in tha 'ancient litur- willingness to accept "reservations." SUPERLASTIO FAITH IN AMERICA; SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. gies. Saint Jerome shows the rea- In other words, they havo been ETXIBBXBOS BUSINESS BXOKAHOa QuaranteedTen Tears WM. P. BANNON Ireland's faith in America was sonableness of Catholic teaching and frightened by the growing opposiLoans to those having regular InBOo Per Gallon Anctloner and Real Estate Barrel feelingly expressed by the Rev. P. practice in these words: "If the tion of tho country to the covenant comes or salary, with no publicity 2 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. A. Boecher, D. J of St. Patrick's apostles and martyrs, while still 'in and they see nothing but defeat for CONTRACTING PLASTERER or red tapo. Loans to housekeepers IXTERKATIONAIi OOAT1NO CO. Cumb. Phone, Main 2960 College, Maynooth, upon the occa- the body, can pray for others, at a their party next year. It may be n their personal security. Home Phone, City C34 Brook and Bloom sion of tho consecration of Bishop time when they must still bo anx- added that they also see that If tho C49 SOUTH SECOND STREET F. R. POOLEY, If Yoa Want to list With Vt, O'Doherty, when the learned pro- ious for themselves, how much more discussion of the covenant bo pro- City 3174 ' Louisville, Ky. Send for Contract City 8380 Cumb. S. IB Building, Room 1, Courier-Journfessor said: "And who so weak In after their crowns, victories and tri- longed tho people will demand that 410 S. Fourth Street. hope a3 to feel that tho end has umphs aro won. One man, Moses, tho entire treaty bo thrown out and THE SIGN OP QUALITY THE FOURBEST SELLERS come. What ds this our ears have obtains from God pardon for six a separate peace, which would be Blghl'd 741 1 Home City 2803 heard? Across the waters of tho hundred thousand men In arms; and consistent with America's entry into IN KENTUCKY East 180 'J. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTI Atlantic a voice is coming, musical Stephen, the imitator of tho Lord, the war. be negotiated. A separate Bluo Ribbon Twist O. K. Twist KENTUCKY In its unity and thunderous in its and the first martyr In Christ, begs peace we should have had, otherWar Hawk: Twist Dixio Twist Incorporated. demand, deep as the heaving plains forgiveness for his persecutors; and wise tho historian of the future will LAUNDRY FRED HORNUNG, JR. "Mado Whero Tobacco Grows." OO. over which it is wafted, and vibrant shall their power he loss after hav- be justified In saying that wo went JhJTiWH m SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING as tho wind that makes Its home ing begun to bo with Christ? The Into the war to secure more plunder Incorporated John D. Moore Tobacco Co. thero, a voice which even now ia Apostle Paul declares that two hun- for tho principal robber nations of 2 713 West Jefferson Street Both Phones 4302 . Incorporated reverberating around the world, and dred three score and sixteen souls, Europe. IJBderhiU St. Louisville, By. through the penetrating In- sailing with him, were freely given which, - KENTUOKY LOUISVILLE HINTS ON STYLE. Geo. Dearborn fluence of moral power, under tho him; and after he Is dissolved nnd General Offices 412 Lincoln Building Home Phone Shawnee 801 Manager guldanco of that Providence which has begun to be with Christ shall he STAB" "SOUTHERN Cumberland Phono: Main ISO. Nothing makes a prettier suit for worketh In divers ways, may prove close his lips, and not be able to HENRY GOSS SLICED DAOON to bo a trumpet blast which will utter a word la behalf of those who a growing girt than tweed. ANY OLD HAT MADE Phone Shawnee 42. Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Ball tassels finish tho soft girdle shatter those wall3 within which ty- throughout the world believed at "AH Ready for Your Griddle In the TO LOOK LIKE NEW. Tin Roots Repaired and Painted ranny and 'hypocrisy have been so his preaching of the Gospel? And of some vory pretty coats. Morning" PELT HATS CLEANED shall the living dog Vlgllantius bo long enthroned." Dark blue p&tln and gabardine Asphalt Shingles a Specialty HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE) CO AND REBLOOKED, better than that dead Hon? It is make a pretty combination. CENTS. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. We Aro Motor Doctors, Skilled Exquite true that tho doctrine of tho SOU W. Broadway, Louisville, Ey. MILITARISM IN IRELAND. Navy blue, black and tho various Incorporated Intercession of the saints is onon to shades of tan aro the fall colors. Hat Cleaning: and Block-In- s perts Aro Ready to Serve You. our specialty. GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. At tho banquet In Loughrea on abuse and no doubt it has been Children ate now more simply DEAD ANIMALS the occasion of the consecration of abused. There is nothing in the dressed than thoy have ever been. Pull line of Tires, Tubes and AcIncorporates. NATIONAL nAT CLEANING the Most Rev. Dr. O'Doherty, Bishop doctrino or practice which can be cessories. Tires and Tubes VulcanWORKS Little girls' girdles are of narrow A. Lazar, Manager HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) of Clonfert. the most Rev. Dr. condemned if Christians would fol- ribbon tied In a Soft bow in front. ized. Batteries charged and relow the wholesome decrees ot tho In responding to the Albert Smith, Prop. paired. Buttons nnd girdles are still the. Call Home Phone City 721; Mosey Advanced on Your Plain Note Fogarty, Bishops, was received toast Council of Trent and the constant of the with m'os-312 West Jefferson street Important points of trimming. Cumb. Phone Main 721. 633 WEST MARKET STREET PORTLAND AUTO REPAIR CO., loud applauso, again and again re- universal teaching of the church. It is too early to predict what will (Second Floor) newed, and cries of "Up, Clare." He Home Phono, City 51C1 LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. actlally be worn after Thankselvlnsr. St, 877 N. Twenty-SLrt- h City 2967. Home Phone expressed his thanks to Dr. O'DoDIFFERENCE NEGLIGIBLE. uouars ana culls are sometimes herty for his kind words. Today in Those who still have an idea that laced with ribbon of; a becoming NATIONAL HATTERS JOHN B. WATHEN Ireland, thank God, they could at there is a religious question In Ire- shade. M. HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Home Phone City 1931 last breathe the name of pure and land will be interested to 'hear what Make the bluo Berge dress tho FURNITURE MOVING AND holy lroland; tho young people were Robert Barton has to say. Barton foundation of tho schoolgirl's wardTOM TOLAKIS, Prop. PACKING WHOLESALB TOBACCONIST All Kinds of Footwear For the 8S5 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. subject to a rule of tyranny, and he Is a member of the Irish Parliament robe. Whole Family say that dt was almost un- and Mlttforter of Agriculture for the St. South Twenty-Sixt- h 030 There are many frills and plalt-InSuits Pressed- While You Walt. should Thank. God, the young Sinn Fein Government. Ho eald to Hats Cleaned and Blocked WhMe bearable about eome of tha new even00 Wert Mala Street West 1084 Shawnee 1986 Two HAMBLY'S Stores You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and laymen of Ireland had the sympathy Floyd dbbons, of the Chicago Trib- ing frocks. ypung priests, and he coulji une: "la Ireland the supposed difLONG DISTANCE HAULING Shaw.- - 1716 Hats a Specialty. Work Called For of the Feather hata are one of the disLouisville, Ky. JMth tuft Portland. Catholics and tinctive touches In the mHHnery of City 7164 and Delivered. Our Motto: "Serriee, also e&y of the hierarchy, and he ference 'between ltkh and Magazine country remain Protestant are so negligible that the autumn; believed that if the Attention and Quality." Mark Boles, Pres. NATIONAL HATTERS ed steadfast they could compel the they do not figure when it comas to Gauntlet gloves are worn with J. O. Jacob. Sec. and Tress. w y m 46ttaa Government that ruled them with a national desire of the people to the wrist section pulled over the 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Mr 7 ifeMH fee UT. ! L. GRAUMAN A CO. JNO. P. MORTON & CO the rod of militarism to give them be free CiWi the rule ot Britain. I cuff f the ouit ooat. ttiolr, lrberty. At the present time am not a Catholic: I am Protestant. DYERS AND CLEANERS The skirts that go with ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE Incorporated the fight for Irish freedom' had Republican and Sinn Felner. Al INCORPORATED Jacketa are wider "than they Monday Special Suits Cleaned pawed into the bands of the young though ifrotestant and. a former have been lor three years. 111 W. BMftAmr, XmteTlU, XT. Hats Established 1SS6 - Leuleville, Ky. men of Ireland: "and." said the volunteer officer at the King's army velvet vora are used on some and Pressed for 91.85. Lord Bishop of.KlHaloe, "when the during tJfe waf, I was nominated as good .little hate of velvet or bro- Blocked and Cleaned. KOc. - OFFICII 0UTFJTTBR8 men of Ireland hit back at theic Sinn Feifi candidate by the Southern cade. They are a hit suffgefttlva ot CALL FOR AND DELIVHR oppressor m not for an old man Irish Catholic oonetitttency of West wie ' i.W- -HUH. bio wans xaxx Bowiers oap or perhaps ot the . PRINTBR8 like me to it 'foal.' " 'I Hjimini TJIT. STATIONUR wy . WlckkHreottaty.' Jockey's. Home Phone, City 1931 tiU Xoe Phone, OUy 18S8 k ' '"i1 KNIGHTS' FAREWELL. Tho Knights of Columbus are now out at Camp Zachary Taylor, to the " "r il inn i. 1 JJloyd-Georg- o RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL Lloyd-Geor- ge ARTHUR A. WILL e. Wnt L. LEAK-PROO- F 701-70- al 1- -1 508-51- : 614-02- -- -- cQEi AUTO OWNERS t J. BUCKNER - gs - knee-leng- th "--- -X. -. hmh j a f ..' jsnrooDTJOKiY S8S8S8888S888888S8888 nain aerxcxajbib:. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkirkkkkkkkkkkk'kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkK ELECT GOV. BLACK NOV. 4 V jm- - shalkentUHcEkryT?rule Hurlr to AVhut Clininniin Ithoa Said of A. T. Hert, t!io Itepubllcnn "lJoss" of ..Louisville, In Ills Speech nt Uio Opening of tho Dcmocrntlc State Campaign nt HopkinsvJIle. Palmer and Morrow. - .,... 4f 9. . Ballard ... ? Self-Confess- ed Make the ftkkkAAkMkkkkhAAAA-Rooster Grow Nov. 4 i .. WH&PrW l.""-'- .. . w -i nfc Profiteer. .' . Hert, lately of Indiana, Kentucky, bo allowed to name the members of tho State Tax Shall ho and his Commission? millions dominate tho politics of this Stato for tho next fpur years? This Is the most vital issuo facing the people of tho Stato today. .Shall Mr. Hert, with tho aid of Thruston Ballard, tho profiteer) and tho other millionaire candidates on the Republican ticket, be allowed to take over the State government outright?- Behind Mr. Morrow's booming voice is the cunning hand of Hert. Morrow is the mero mouthpiece for Hert. Tho voice Is that of Jacob, but tho hand that of Esau. Shall Hert build a bridge fiom the Louisville City Hail to the State Capitol? Shall the Louisville Republican machine extend its sway to Frankfort? now Shall A. T. of Judge . Bethurum, it is not too late. You publicly stated that you would withdraw tho Republican nominee, could be shown that ho, had a hand in the tobacco cases of Grant county. At tho same time your candidate was admitting that he wrote a letter i opposing tho pardon of the Jive farmers convicted." You need- not" even take his word for it. Attorney General Palmer will tell you, as he told all of Kentucky in a published letter, that the files in his office at Washington show that Morrow did oppose the pardon that was rightfully granted those men. Wake good your word. Your candidate's guilt is proven, It Is - TVtv5?i ' Z T ZiS tK "? IBT JHHK..'.( mill lBl flfi . -- .'j. ..; . t sMi x.VM ,. .TJEM ijXfJfZH T ,79ZptJS Is A.' Tvircrt's Candidate For Thruston Bullard, tho President of Ballard Mills, of Louisville, was tho man chosen by A. T. Hert for his d Republican ticket as the candidate for multi-millionaire Vote the Entire Ticket Straight hand-picke- Lieutenant-Governo- A close personal and business frlond of Mr. r. up to you. "Tho Department of Justice Office ot tho Attorney General. " Washington,, C, Oct. 16, 1019. Admits Selling Ills Flour nt $J.10 Less In Sew Orleans Than In His Own State. This Is the man who is running with aiouth-Plec- o Morrow at tho head of tho Republican ticket the man who, by his own admission, pleaded guilty to being a profiteer. Not satisfied with profiteering, the defense ho made of his action Is a slap at the people of Kentucky. Tho flour for cash in New Orleans as though ICentuckians could not pay cash! Three Grades nt the Farm and But One Grndo nt the Mill. Much of tho wheat that goes through Mr. Ballard's mill is grown on Kentucky farms. It is common knowledge of Kentucky's farmers that Mr. Ballard's agents grade their wheat and pay accordingly. Yet no one over hears of anything else than the "finest" when it comes from the mill. Farmers of Kentucky! Do You Want This Man to Have a Voice in posal for campaign purposes, ' It Isv easy to see why ho was chosen as the nominee for this office. Hert's, with ample funds at his dis- For Governor JAMES D. BLACK For Lieutenant Governor W. H. SHANKS ' For Secretary of State MATT COHEN For Treasurer H. F. TURNER For Auditor HENRY F. BOSWORTH For Supt. Public Instruction L. E. FOSTER For Commis'r of Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN Far Out of Step With Progress, Ken-tucky- 's purposes? been living. He has shown, too, a surprising lack of knowledge of the onward sweep of progress that Kentucky has been making. Seemingly he does not know that since Gov. Wilson's term a Good Roads Department has been established and it has built 1,705 miles of good roads, at a cost to the Stato of $3,040,911.00. Seemingly he does not know that Kentucky now has 13,000 rural schools while under the Wilson administration there "were but 8,000. Is it any wonder $2,800,000 more has been spent for educational Morrow has gone far back to Wilson's administration for comparison of expenditures. By doing this he has shown a lamentable lack of knowledge of tho costs of today and of the yesterday in which he has "Tho Honorable J. Campbell Cantrlll, ' t House of Representatives, Washington, D. C. "My Dear Mr. Cantrill: "In response to your inquiry as to whether the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky made a recommendation on tho application for .pardon - of John S. Steers, Perry Simpson, "J. S. Carter, et al as stated by you in a repent speech, I wish to advise that tho records of tho department show that Edwin P. :Morrow, then United States District Attorney, In a report of February 2, 1912, stated that ho was familiar with the case, and in his opinion tho defendants were guilty as charged In the indictment ' and he saw no reason why the fine imposed by the court for this violation should be pardoned. "Very truly yours, A. MITCHELL PALMER, For Attorney General -- FRANK E. DAUGHERTY For Clerk Court of Appeals J. A. GOODMAN Railroad Commissioners FRANK N. BURNS S. J. DOUTH1TT League of Nations? Elect Morrow Governor and they will come out from under cover and in glaring headlines announce that Woddrow Wilson's stand for civilization has been repudiated. By their evasion they stand against it they make it an issue. Kentucky gave nearly three thousand, of her sons to make the world safe for democracy. Will their lives have been givon In vain? Will Kentucky continue to uphold the hands of Woodrow Wilson, to whom tho peoples of the world, are looking for leadership? Ypur votes Tuesday will decide. , Your Affairs at Frankfort? JAMES D. BLACK. Fight in Opposition to the .i Black Fights for tho League of Notions, but Morrow only Equinomlneo is allistening to "His Master's Voice." To Gov. Black's repeated challenges as to his stand foror against tho League of Nations, he has given only evasive answers. He dare not faco the Issuo fairly and squarely. Yet is There Any One Who doubts That tho Election of Morrow Will Bo Hailed by Republicans as a Victory In Their ready vocal es Tho Republican "Attorney General of tho United States." The Issues nro clear. On Its record In Stato nnd Nation, a united democ racy asks you to answer theso qucs- - tions by your votes on Tuesday, No vember 4th: J'.!l AV111 n Kinging Message Will Kentucky Go Forward to of Four Years of Progress Under Cheer Go to that Sick Chamber the Ablo Leadership of Govin Washington, or Will Kenernor Jnmos D. Black, or Will tucky Go Under tho Cloud of It Become n Pawn in tho Hands Support of Those Men Who Arc of A. T. Hert, "Whoso Solo Uso Seeking to Discredit America's for Our Stato is the Furtherance Greatest Statesman, Purely for of Personal Ambition? Partisan Reasons? VVVfVVVVW Vote the Democratic Ticket and Vote It Straight. Spotlight On "Honest Election" Methods of. the Louis- - vie Republican Organization; the part of the Republican organization. Since purgation of tho registration began in tho County Court there have been stricken from the registration books on motion of the Democrats seventy-tw- o names, practically all negro repeaters. There are still about 500 cases to be heard. Tho "out of politics" Republican police force has done so much to prevent Democratic workers from collecting evidenco in these cases that between now and election day it will be impossible to subject them to proper inquiry with tho result that great numbers of names at present knoAvn to. bo wrongfully on the books may be voted November 4. Do the above facts raise "a faint suspicion of fraud" on the part of the Republican organization? Does not the Republican organization, with its absolute con-trof the election machinery in this county, hope to be the bene ficiary of theso frauds? Republican Chairman Lucas is also Prosecuting Attorney Lucas of the Police Court, who has at his beck and cali'for the punishthe entire ment of power of the city police force with its 450 men. To this good hour tho labors' of Chairman Lucas in securing a full Republican registration with- al You Are Cordially htm ln w mmmm Invited to Attend Our Model Laundry Demonstration COME IN AND SEE IT IN OPERATION, and let Miss Otter explain the many superior advantages. The same cleanly efficiency in laundering shown here "may be enjoyed in your home at small cost. wrt&TZTSBm VBaV im 'i I ill SaBam,' ""iTBalaai :.M ' - " U ROBERT II. LUOAS, Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court. ROBERT II. LUOAS, Chairman of the 'Republican City and County Executive Committee. City and County Executive through its Chairman, Robert H. Lucas, issued a statement denying that it is guilty of padding the registration books and calling on the Democratic Campaign Committee to produce evidenco that "would raise oven a faint suspicion" of fraud on Com-jnittee, On October 20 tho Republican out regard to race, color or pre vinns rfsirlfliiPA Court. hnvn in nn wiBa been interfered with by Prosecut ing Attorney Lucas of tho Police Why is Prosecuting Attorney Lucas, of tho Police Court, also Chairman of the Republican City and County Executive evil-doe- rs ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES For all sorts of washing. GAS CLOTHES DRYERS. ELECTRICALLY OPERATED GAS iroif-HEATING MANGLES-F- or ing flat work.. . ELECTRIC FLAT IRONS For all other ironing. MISS OTTER , ., SUPERVISOR OF OUR Nome . Economy Department . ALL PURCHASEABLE ON EASY TERMS. SAYS; "Housewives well appreciate the lateit attraction in our display room our complete electric laundry. I'd like to show it to every woman in Louisville. I know they'd be just as enthusiastic as I am." Are These Two Positions Held by Mr. Lucas Compatible With Unbiased Public Service? M. 1. LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY Incorporated : MAIN tmm, PmUHt m4 JiiMitr. P. MMMM, ML, V(H Pru. Ml Trttr. ff i ; THE VERY BEST P. BANNON Stwer aad Calvert PIPE CO. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS CALL US TOR v :lfi 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. ,.; . 2182- -: TELEPHONES '- - - . CITY 2182 ' Pipe fer Steam Ceadalts, (Wall CsaiaADraia Tile, VitriMea" Brick, FlrTTrMflBjf, Flae Liaiaa', Fire BrktL) Grate aad Beller Tile, Fire Clay, Chiaaey Teai. ' OPFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. CUMB, MAIN S07. PHONES CITY ' WORKS-Tkirtoe- atk aa BreakharMfa and Miatk Maiaalia. S7S-178- laaata's Pateat Lidded Pl, Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPO&Bg Kentucky Cotuvraers Oil Company - - - Ktetecky Lowevilte ad SILBOIYVHJiK. Col. Bd iV9hlnnk:k. editor of tha Shelby Record, who. lw bea 511 for several weeks of heart trouble, la steadily improving and It is though! will soon be able to be out. Mr. awl Mrs. Dennis Ityan have bad aa visitors at their home Ed ward LHlUi and daughter, Mlsa Maiyme LIHhi, o CQRNS,BUN!ONS liMTflBilii- Ilomo Phono 2C50 D. D. S. iwjunna - mA imviiin nan wwivviiiivsniB; TfllirtWiih Truikal Dr. Uriah Z. Chirga41a Louis A. Broring, Litsty ! FRE Jobto ilee, of Terre Haute, Frankfort, and lad. BalMial BatalPkata. 7 rka DENTIST 900-0- 1 STARKS BUILj &OBJscrrxjctin? xxexssxi AJBkDBKHtiOAau MtttttfrTfritt-H'fr4-4"M4''Mfr'M'A' Your Inspection Is Invited Of o HIBERNIANS. What They Havo Been Doing the Past Week General Newa Division evening. 3 KNIGHTS OP COMBi ft ,, Late News That .Will Interest Members Here and tadAN STOJJS sons m We Note. SACKED HEART ACADEMY, The UriaUse Bosrdteg' and Say Ninety-on- e candidates received tho degrees at the initiation at Paris, Qly mni Rddeam Oeld Trading Stamps. will meet next Friday the Store Fixtures IN THE ATTRACTIVE f Moseson & King Shop FIFTH AND WALNUT. " OTHER RECENT CONTRACTS Baldwin Piano Co., J INew iidison rariors Otis Hidden Co., Main Offices Lee Lewis Candy Shop, Fourth and Market Cohri & Isler, New Store Under Construction o Southeastern Paper Co., Main Offices I Rosen Fixture MfgXo. 106 TODD BUILDING, Plant 117-12- 7 North Fourth Street. Mark Ryan 4s out again after an attack of nephritis. Tim Lyons, one of our veteran members, is a regular" attendant a,t meetings. Fivo thousand new members are now assured as the result of the San Francisco drive. Every member is urged to writo our Senators and Congressman to support Irish independence. rr&coma Hibernians are making elaborate preparations for .the reception of President DoValela. The study of Irish history conducted by the Ladies' Auxiliary at the homes of members is proving popular and most enjoyable. Under the leadership of Miss Agnes Tierney, State President, the Ladles' Auxiliary of California Is. experiencing a decided boom. Omaha Knights are congratulat ing themselves over the decision of Rev. Father Oannon, ivho will serve another term as chaplain. The Allen County Board of the Ladles' Auxiliary held an important meeting at Fort Wayne and elected Mrs. May Daly County President. The Hibernians of Sioux City showed their feeling and respect at the funeral of Bishop Garrigan, who had been their adviser and friend. Division 1, df San Francisco, has Organized a baseball team that started off with the real Hibernian punch, winning the first two games. The Sacramento County Board made Mrs. M, Sanderson a handsome gift upon her retirement from the Presidency of tlie Ladies' Auxiliary. The county convention at Omaha mado plans for carrying on the work of the divisions for the next two years and elected Thomas Keane as County President. Mrs. Mary MoWhorter, National President, visited the Ladies' Auxil iary at Duluth, and at a public meeting in her honor told of thp conditions In Ireland today. The new National Hibernian will be sent next week to all members whdse names have been received from itho Secretaries. All Secretar ies should send their lists Imme diately. -- Fifty candidates received tho first degreo Monday night at InCRESCENT S3XS, , SOUXSVXUiS, XT. dianapolis. With over 400 taklnsr nart In h High Moral and Intellectual Stand-- , exercises the fourth degreo conards. Catalogue! Sent Free. Address: ferred on 162 candidates at was Houston, SIxlc ror Bofeool asd Touf Womn. We Are Closing Out Entire Stock ij of Latest in Secretary, Baored ----- 311S c&eroke Xert Academy, Drive, LOUISVILLE "KENTUCKY Fer Texas. A largo consult BECKER frofcr Glasses OPTOMETRIST 313 STAUKS BLDG Phone City 1180k Fomtrlr with 6. M, VIn)an A Bon. (rrW the SemtPtieta Reasonable, SAD DEATH. Sympathy of all is extended to the wife and parents of Leroy Collins, who lost his life in an accident at the L. & N. round house on Thursday morning. The funeral took place from St. Louis Bertrand's church this morning at 9 o'clock. SONG CONCERT. A series ol concerts by noted nrtiRta will ho flven at Holy Rosary -- Academy during the season under the auspices of the Alumnae. The first is announced for Novemoer 12, mat or 1914. The majority of tho 233 divisions and will be given by Anna ixmise of Massachusetts having voted Week, prima donna. against holding a State convention this year, tho State officers and BASKETBALL. County Presidents present unani A meeting was held Tuesday night mously voted to continue Richard of South Boston, as Stato at St. Xavjer's College gymnasium J. "Dwyer, until the State convention for the purpose of organizing a President in 1921. basketball quintet for young men of tnanicing .Resolutions wore adopted senator waisn for tho city who have completed school stand on the League of Nations. his St. Xavier'e and are working. athletic department is outlining an extensive basketball programme for the coming season, and its team tvIU be among the contestants for the Falls Cities' championship. APPEAL TO PUPILS. Secretary of the Treasury Glasa has sent out an Appeal to tho school hoys and girls of tho country, urging them to continue the habit of earning and saving money nnd ftivwcHrur it in Government se curities. In addressing them as tho producers, consumers and home makers of 'tae future, the Secretary of the Treasury praised the wonderful work the cbooj children did during the war in production ot needed material, aavinfc'of food and money and investment in Government sejm&SiM , curities. 1 class will foe given Knighthood at Dos Molnde on November 2. Ladles wttll bo invited to tho banquet. The new 'homo ias been formally turned over to the council at Indianapolis. Plans are now making for the opening. Tho Knighta of Stuart, Iowa, have purchased tho Bates building and will convert tho upper floor into a club room and council hall. g The largest class of lowans, 164, ever received Into tho fourth degree, waa Initiated at tho recent exemplification at Des Moines. Tho Knights at Notro Dame will shortly renew their campaign for funds iwith which to erect a new home and social center on tho unl'' verslty campus. . Following tho inspectio'n of tho new club house at Canton, Ohio, it was slated that the 5100,000 fund would be inscrlbpd before the regular opening today. Members of tho council at Hamil ton, Ohio, will participate In the celebration for the soldiers of St. Stephen parish on Sunday, November 16. In adldtlon to tho numerous dona tions of money toeing given to Car dlnal Mercier for tho reconstruction of his university at Louvaln, a spe cial fund will be raised from among the Knights of Columbus, which win be sent to nim in December, to contract the coming Ohrl3tmas with num-berinhome-comin- g CHINA AND GLASSWARE Now is the time when a house I keeper will appreciate the opportu- nity to buy CHINA AND GLASSWARE I at a fraction of 'today's prices ! Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 WBST MARKET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Ten,lb..... Baking Powder Extract, portubo PloFllliiiET Egg Mitt (20 cggflfoi-25-) offco lb Coco, lb , 80c to $1.25 40c to GOc ,... 30c to 40c 30c 25a COo 25c MEN TRY US $1.50 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS SUITS THREE-PIEC- E YOU We loan on real estate or securities. We pay interest on Savings Deposits. We specialize in all financial transactions of individuals and corporations. Others have found our service worth while. Investigation will prove it so to you. S MONEY WE K $1.75 IT! WE ARB RESPONSIBLE. BEST SBRVICE IN THE GITT. The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company Columbia Building EUCHRE AND LOTTO. A euchre and lotto will be given by tho congregation of St. Aloyslus church nt Trinity (Council Hall, Bax- Fourth and Main THE OLDEST AND LARGEST TRUST COMPANY IN THE SOUTn ter and Morten avenues, next Wed- neday afternoon and evening. Games will bo called at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. , MONTHS OVER THERE. 8i f Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED BARRY B, DRIVER, President, Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Eye Strains Cause Nervousness of nervous a great tell yon NERVE specialists will eyestrain.that pair of deal properly-fitte- d A comes from classes will relieve the strain on the optic nerve of .the nervous system. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete...,. $4.50 7Cc Extra Superior Shelltex Rims We duplicate your old lenses or fill your oculist's prescription. No charge for examination. "ZUL 677 S Fourifi Ave Louis'ille.Kif I MlVVVYyVyWyYYJ 5 Ingenious Here is one method of finding a paying Job. He was photographed carrying this sign I In City Hall Park. He is tho first SIBERIAN GIRL HERE TO STUDY. veteran seen In New York City emMiss Mllitsa Voljitch, of Serbia, ploying this means to find arriving in New York from Europe on the S. S. President Wilson. She Is ono of a group of ten young VETERAN PRIEST ELECTED. hero from Serbia to study in our colleges. At the Pennsylvania State convention of the American Legion, held in Harrisburg and uttendod by LAST DAY OP RACING. delegates from 260 posts, Rev. Joschurch, The fall racing season will closo eph L. Wolfe, of St. IPatrlck chaplain. at Churchill Downs this afternoon was unanimously elected and the Louisville Cup race of two Father Wolfe, who served with tho miles "w;Jl bo (the feature, TVitli tho famous Twontith ("Iron"') Division, engagebest thoroughbreds in itlie. countrj waa In several of 4ho majorA'morican entered for the rich, puree offered. ments carried on by the citations Messrs. Grainger, Winn, Appegate, troops, and received two Price and Shelley, the Jockey Club for (bravery and the Distinguished officiate, are to bo congratulated on Service 'Croak. the clean sport offered the public during the past eight days, and horsemen and patrons alike are congratulating them on the result of their efforts.. ,,". THOMAS' KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET- Main 2S60-- T. ,.i ALL- SET TO HANDLE - CENSUS. wo-mon Samnel Rogers, Director of tho, Census, who has announced that the' Census Bureau Is "all set" for the beginning of tho task of taking the City 2330. enrollment of the United States in 1920. INTERESTS CHILDREN, UlijiWJjt,-lWW- ENGLAND'S RACE SUICIDE. sW. WASHING 1MB ': jti&. wac-KHir- a Woolens, Silks, Geergette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. fcw : BY MAGIC-KELLE- R SOAP WORKS INCORPORATED UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"AAAAAAAAAAAft SMOKERS! .lvo tec Piedmonts 8c 10 Chesterfields g for ,,..,.25o . ..1. ,17c 0o Chesterfields 10o lto Rex lOo Favorites. 9c; 3 for 25q 17o SOe Favorites JOc Lucky Strikes ....15c lCc London Llfo .....ilia Ec c18o Nebo inc. 2 ATTENTION! ..,...,. Father Vaughan, well known for his work among the poor of London, in a forceful address at a session oC the Congroee on Tuberculosis said: "It is terrible to think, (when the death rate has exceeded the (birth rate, so greatly, when the nuruerlefl aTo silent and tlie divorce courts are clamoroui, that tuberculosa is also making a heavy levy on human llfo. Wo should have throttled tuberculosis long ago. It Is healthier In some of the slums of London than in the fashionable district of Mayfair." Referring to the decrease in the birth Father Vanghan declared; "We want all the children possible. We do not want birth prevention, thus stinting the empire and making It a disgrace in Ood'tf eyes." ra-te-, Pj3j Mrs. George A. Burkley, who has been aDDoInted by the local (Catholic War Council to visit the schools and Interest the children in the matter of Thrift Stamps by saving their nickels and pennies, met with grati- fylnc success. Mrs. murkeay nas already made visitations to Presen tation Academy, iH.oiy iKosary Acaa-emUrsullno Academy, Sisters of Mercy, St. Helena's College and a schools, numlbetf of the parochial where tho children are taking a lively Interest in the thrift movement, 'many saving a penny a day from thedr lunch money. y, D. L. DirectorBAX Fimeralj and Embalmor B. CHESTNUT LOTJISVniLB. KX. 717-71- 0 WVWWWVVVVfrVt1rWW MAIN J. J. BARRETTS SONS HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND SQ71.7 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 9MA WWWWWMWWMVtWVVWWWWVWViWWW NOTRE DAME. Pre-Ventt- on language at Notre Dame University and in Irish Jwstory havo been by Joseph J. O'Hagerty. Tho now Instructor comes from the Uni versity of California, iwhero he has been Instructor in Gaelic for the paet four years. Previous to that ha (was a student in several colleges in Ireland. Ho was a classmate of DeValera's wlfe In one of the training BChools of Western Ireland. Tho study of Gaelic and of Irish history have toeen inaugurated at the suggestion of the Friends of Irish! Free; dom, In addition ,to the regular classes special classes are being arranged for residents of South Bn'd who are desirous of pursuing the course of atudy PETER PENCE. (Tomorrow at all the masses and in all the churches in the Louisville diocese the Peter Pence, tho annual collection for the Holy Father will bo taken up. The announcement was mads last Sunday, and al are expected tojmake a suitable offering. Classes in tho study of tho Gaelic Sa2 East Main. 1 &toreet MUIII M It MM t'tHWfr't'M-H"fr- j DOUGHERTY & McELUOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I Funeral Directors Curab. Mala WON'T BURT. 4 100 ridraonts.9c:3for2Bo CI8ASKTT2S ror .1... CISAJtB TWIST lOo Allen Co..9c;S for 26c BoxSO Shepherd. 9c; 8 for 2Bo American Special. Bo ?2. 00 10o 9o Kremer's Special .Bo 2.00 10c War Hawk 8 for .2Bo Uncle Mike Bo 2.00 lOo Buster .. .So; 3 for20o Short Horn ......Bo 2.00 lOo O. K. ....9c; 3 for 2Bo Donkey ,,,,.Eo 2.00 100 Dixie ....9o; 8 for 2Bo Surprise 2.00 .....,6c 2.35 lOo ItedV Bud .9c; 3 for 25o 1209 60 3 for 2Bo union Key ......So 10c Tribune 2.35 , ...BO X.SO rnvgniB 60 2.76 rXOXASBS Pat Carroll BoeRs ,,..,60 2.7S Jan 90; b ror 260 'Kremem Hxtra ,60 2.75 Tuxeao , Tuxedo .....Ho; 2for2Bo Itoxy ... 1.......60 2.S6 ampson ,.,,.Bo; 8 forzeo B. & S . .60 2.85 s ror o b tiers 111 uiue . 60 2.85 tory .....9c;3for25o Qlbson Qlrl ......6c 2.86 , Durham. 3o; S for 25c ..,.,. In these days of 'high prices we should be careful not to. live beyond our meante. A rainy day' will come when we twill need a little extra money, and it is a good plan to put aeide a --few cent or dollars .whenever pomible. A little "skimping" won't hurt anyone, 'and it is not at all neeeMfery tfmt we should buy the h4ghet-lprlcegtoods in the market. d lf0 SMITH'S SON QRAN W. AL.J S. SMITH, JPROP. ''' 209S-- a and Embalmersl Home City 2098 Z 9 BOTH 2EHOIVJa;. t '& PUPIL FROM SERBIA. FRIED 11BJBTS. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. ..c: RErrURNS PRM BBJiGIUM. Rev. Fafcher Julian T. Fletars, pae of .Holy Trinity dhuroh, Freder-icktow- o, hie r&turoed 'from a trip to Ms' old home in Belgium. Ilvew sae Vm rfad to m film aad wave Urn a myw wslaomif a Irfto artlrW tor1 VMM OTCT. waxes vn mew fE TOBACCO STORE a jr. W. do. Oor. rntWM. ft Ufcrty tMwmmauumma. to swum ni iwttoml d. TVash the lieetn carefully, drop them In boiling water and 000k until Draini cover with eold twider. h water, rub"o t kin, cut In slieM, drwge with seasoned Sour asd fry on both stdB la hot half-inc- The Board ot Dlractorg of the Queen's Daughters will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In room 305, Republic building. The regular monthly meeting of the Daughters takes nl&os next Friday after noon at 3 o'olook at Knights of Co- lwnbus Hall, and all rawnoMfl are urged to bs Kwwt. , . , i Funeral Director and Embalmeri BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, 8Mi i Lfr... AHh . rawJ &) .