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Fk MytMH Ym Mi; Nh4 hi HAKDWARK HENRY HEICK HARDWARE GO, 32Z W. Market St. twlnltta, K. Bttft PfcMM 432 Kentucky Msh 19. path pointed out toy our throe great Pontiffs of these Changing times the Catholic Lay Anostolate. - XtVKE MAM AMERICAN POLITICIANS row and the State ticket Is proot conclusive that near Mayor Smith fHMC: HHK M LwtlsvJHfl Krery Driver an JBscort. Cnlifi I Tailti Ct, Incorporated sigyK8Jffs VOLUME XLIIL-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATUjtoAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ACTIVITIES 4 ' Tasks for Our Catholic Laymen and Opportunities for Our Schools. AVo Must Mnko Headway or Clinnco for Progress Will Bo Lost. (Lay Apostolato to Wliich Catholic , Men Aro Earnestly Called 30 Today. NEW TDEES AND NEW DUTIES. Education has not escaped the all pervading influence of tho war. Even while the struggle was still in progress our colleges had Introduced tho S. A. T. C. with a view of preparing men for moro efficient service in tho army. Now tho cry is heard to put our schools more in touch with tho demands of modern life and to train students moro thor oughly lor work in the vast worm of trade and finance, and commerce and Industry. An educated Catholic laity is tho need of the hour. For teachera and students these times are exceptionally rich in promise. Tho toacning profession heeds apostles. It avails nothing to say that w can not compete with others, pace. that we can not keep up tho nave set by other institutions, wo hung 'back too long. Our schools are confronted with .the, duty of preparing men for (leadership. We must mako headway or our chances for doing fine woik for Ood, for promoting the cause of Christ, of truth, of Christian culturo and progress, will be taken away from Sometimes our Catholic people, especially tho directors of societies and those occupying a position of trust, seek for itho college mau. For a particularly Vicious piece of bigotry appears in tho local press, or a wandering preacher or lecturer unfolds his ancient repertoire of lectures against tho "Corruptions of Rome" or tho "Horrors But no one. of the Confessional.'1' It seems, cares to answer tho blatant orator or the coaise screed. And yet a timely refutation would do a world of good. It would calm troubled minds, bring tho truth to those in darkness, and perhaps oven teach-thbigot or renegade a timely lesson. Tho Catholic townspeople look around in vain for a champion. It is to "bo hoped that the larger place given to apologetic qhestlons In .our course of Christian doctrine as well as tho publication of recent books, like Fr. M. P. Hill's "Tho Catholic's Ready Answer," will enable our college men and editors to answer these disturbers of social pea:e and to refuto their onslaughts upon Catholic faith and practice. And can not our Catholic people see that works like the ono Just mentioned, as well as representative Catholic papers, ba placed in our libraries? Sometimes our women aro more energetic in such matters than tha men. Have they a keener sense of Justice or are they moro alive to their opportunities for good? They have a new field of social activity open to them today. Our great spiritual leaders havo boon preaching this for many a day. Archbishop Faulhaber has spoken and written eloquently on the social apostolato of Catholic women in these tlmei. He places before them models like Prlsoa and Tabltha, and Veronica and Lvdla. who aro men tioned in th New Testament. PrlscV of St, Paul In his was n mission of making known the doc trine of Christ, ahdshe is therefore a worthy patroness for these Catholic women who help in instructing children in the Christian doctrine. Tabltha was "full of good works and alms deeds." Veronica performed the kind" service for tho Master on. his way to Golgotha. Lydla offered her house to tho Apostle for the celebration of tho divine service. Tho "friendly visitor among the poor," the. attendants upon tho sick and suffering, those who give time to the work of the altar societies, find worthy models In these saintly women. And it te to such work that the "social apostolate" calls the Catholic woman of today. Margaret Fletcher 'and Virginia Crawford and Kathorlno Conway have given excellent advice to the Catholic woman and girl or our times arid Instructed them how to give service to the cause of Chri3t and his church by answering one of tho manifold calls of tho lay It stands to reason that many questions pertaining to social legislation and to the carrying out in detail of the plans of practical social amelioration border on religion. We can not remain "neutral" when religious questions are dragged into politics and Into the discussions in our legislatures. We must always contend, for instance, for the right cf the parent to educate the child; we will always look upon marriage as a sacrament and resolutely oppose divorce, with its horrid of "free Love;" we will always reject "economic materialism," wbloh Is unfortunately the basis of Such many social reforms today. then Is the lay apoetome to wrucn ow Catholic men are earnestly called today. As the. opportunities for service are to many let ub hope that they will listen to the call. We may repeat the statement made at the beginning of this series: new duties. The way of the to Catholic layman to oharity and harmony in to vpreadmf? the fcls community, Kingdom of Ood 'among the nations, aye, perhaps .the way to Mi mra peace and vstfare, lies aloof the anti-Catho- lic o -- us. apos-tolat- e. Impll-oatl- oa New-time- well-doin- g, nephews la ton. Her MERCIER'S FAREWELL. ner and Ian her to Cardinal Mercler, prior tn boarding the White Star liner Megantlo Knights of Columbus Will Open numbered itances,, circle of on Saturday at Quebec for his reCountryside Schools For Their, turn to Bolgjum, Bent the following i Training. farewell message to tho people of tho United Slates to George J. Gillespie, Chairman or the Cardinal Mercler Committee: "To the people of the United Civilians Will Alfco Bo Given- - a States of America: It is difficult vRl Clinnco to Learn Useful for mo to give adequate expression to my feelings at this moment when Priest CfcajHDiscoverdl Woman Trades.'' 1 am about to leave your wonderful Spy Welpng In American and hospitable land. Tho sympathy Incs. and love with which I 'have been re.L ceived everywhere, both in large Careful Not to Conflict With Any rW cities and tho lesser ones, and even Established Supplementary at small stations by the way, havo gono to my heart. I can say with "From Minnesota to Help Our Boys Schools. full truth that the moral comfort W'lifiojn the Front which you have brought to my soul has Indeed rejuvenated mo and 7' Lines'." given mo new, strength and vigor " EXPECTS A BIG ATTENDANCE. Je with which, to facev whatever duties Divine Providence may call upon me to accomplish In my dear Belgium. Had WorkertJjFrench and British I havo learned to admlro tho Amor-lea- n people; I have learned to lovo Such a thing as an unskilled laLines anrfWeeurcd Valunble them. I feel a strong assurance that borer will foe a rarity In the United In'remiaflon. a lasting tie of mutual sympathy if the plan now helng successand confidence has been established .States carried out by the Knights of between your country and mine, and fully that it will endure for generations Columbus gathers the momentum few SUSPICIONS,-- OF THE CHAPLAIN. to come. If the calamities) of this expected within the next groat war and the bitter sufferings months. Supplementary schools are which it entailed for our people being established throughout tho have brought oue bright thought, United States and Jt is proposed to It is of this ibond ttf union between teach civilians as well 03 former Ono of ..the dramatic stories us. I realize and firmly believe servico men through them, tho for- of 'liow aliwtHian spy working for Americans also realize that It has mer soldiers, sailors and marines tho Germans tried to got military been a privilege for our generation getting their tuition 'gratis, while Information Inthe American lines to go through tho. crucible of this the civilians will be asked a nomi- early in May; 1918, and'sought to gigantic struggle. For those who nal foe. friendgain Tho new system of supplementary ship her ends- by feigning whoso and would be exalted spiritually with a Catholic chaplain, morally by Its lessons it is an op schools 13 expected by Its originators quick wit resulted In her capture, is portunity such as has never been to 'fill tho need of tho average de- now public. .The priest was Father given at any other time of tho mobilized man. The scheme is the Victor Egas,,jew serving in the Los world's existence. By these lessons, product of James F. ByJttie, of New Angeles diocese. He was stationed which can be sought and, I may say, York; tho Rev. John J. Wynne, S. during the war with First, Twenty-sixtstand out In bold letters on every J., Catholic editor, and Michael J. and Eighty-eight- h " page of the annals of the war, J Downoy, known as an expert In divisions.1 mean tho magnificent Instances of Americanization, ho having been seThe womai. appeared while the lected to give a course in that subIndividual and national diwifb,;the Ninety-firobject lessons of tho ject at Johns Hopkins University priest was Gondrecourt. She was a and vision nt highest moral order, la and by last summer. appearing Tho K. C. system calls for the es- tall, distinguished excellently, lady which each one of make his and who snoke Enklleh tablishment of supplementary schools she requested rule of life In tho future. Bgas, who that "Once more, my dear American In communities throughout the was tho KnlgMs ofFather Columibus chapfrilends, lot mo express to you my country, each school to be conducted lain wltTi 1m. anlHi'nrb. islKh "nn heartfelt thanks for the wonderful under the auspices of one or moro American wonmn from Minnesota to assistance which you gayo to Bel- K. of C. councils. In the school to gium during the war. Let me thank bo opened (soon1 In the Bronx this help our Jboysii the fiont lines." you again for tho generous way in fee amounts to about $60 for civilatnueh. a which you havo responded and are ians for fifteen) weeks' intensive appearance aropsed the point on tho suspicions oi lines responding .to my appeal to help me course. The curriculum for each front ohaplalnf; He questioned her once more In the htavy tasks of so- school will bo varied and so ar- -' the the cial And moral reconstruction, In ranged as to meet the needs of the about able manor1 in which she had texSret to Gondrccourt. stenog-- . been combating tho devastating effects of community shell-fir- e radical Socialism and Bolshevism, In raphy and welding aro some of the which at tbaiVwtne was under most popular oourses. The Knights werefrom itje'tfmy, Her passports trade, and technical made, qvtl fn "French, but she schools, etc., Which await mei at also specialize In a course" in the explained thrtf'although sho was an homo, tasks which are related close- American constitution. ly not only to the welfare, but to It is aimed to make the schools a American she'R'ad been, in France the very existence of my people. means of aiding men and women in when the war broke out. anFather abun asked even, though they themselves in tills the pursuit of happiness, by adding Egas, after ..about thc plans period of unrest and resentment may to their, material and cultural ad dance of, queaUopsanditKelrstrength' not fully reallzo It. IThe world, I vantages. fTho Knights' object is of tho Americans know, seems to have these difficult first to increase tho Individual's on tho Gondrccourt front, dismissed a that within a and unsettling problems 'before it earning capacity by teaching him a her with lie promisesee If sho could would few everywhere. And yet I have the trade he practices; then to give him jibt days be allowed to stay near the profound conviction that, Just as cultural subjects, such as logic, an right prevailed In this awXiil con- metaphysics and lltorature. The front linse. The wx?man gave said flict Just ended, so Justice and right Knitrhts wore Tloneors in camD edu address to the priest where sho will, when given their hearing, solve cational work, having Introduced tho she had temporary headquarters. Father Egas Immediately confirst camp school in Kelly Field, these problems of unrest and wlthi the American Intellireconcile the differences of eighteen months ago. There they ferred men and the result wrfs that man. It Is my duty, I. know, to conducted the first law school to ho gence to work to this end. I pray you, my held in an army camp. Their camp the woman came a second time reeducational work wo3 undortaken tho lines. She was told that her dear friends, to do likewise. "I had hoped, before leaving, to In all tho largo camps, the schools at quest toad been granted. An Ameribe received by your President, Dovcne, (Dix and Upton and Mills be can soldier was detailed to wcort Woodrow Wilson. To my keen re- ing especially successful. The com- her about the section. A week later gret, this has been impossible owing mandants of the camps were K. ot the soldier who had token tho woman in charge reported back to to the present state of his health. C. pupils. I express my slncerest wishes and Their success in camp work and Father Egas In the uniform of a Captain. He warmly congratulated prayers for his prompt and complete tho knowledge gained by peace-tim- e recovery. Let me, in conclusion, my experience that there was a definite the chaplain,, Tho woman was alleged to havevbeen a 'most dangerdear people, assure you that you field of endeavor for them, to fill will over bo present to my memory led tho Knights to appropriate ?50,-00- 0 ous spy who had worked In tho to inaugurate their supplement French and British lines and had and in my prayers and give me the privilege of bestowing my blessing ary schools already established. If secured valuable Information. She on you with all my heart. these echools offor good courses and was an expert In collecting Informaare not overcrowded, the Knights tion of a military nature and had "D. T. CARDINAL MBRCIER recommend applicants to go to them. drafted plans of artillery emplace"Archbishop of Mallnes." They inform applicants whore to go ments, machine guns, infantry and CASSILLY-UESTEto obtain the bost supplementary observation balloon stations within the American lines. ' education along any line. In Boston tho K. of C. school has One of the fall weddings of wide spread interest was that of Miss a registration of more than 2,000 FATHER VAUGHN SPEAKS. Mary Dorothy Coswilly and Clarence demobilized men. In Buffalo, ProviSpeaking before tho Tuberculosis Bosten, solemnized Thursday morn- dence, Loulsvlllo and many other ing at 9 o'clock with nuptial mass cities similar schools are operated, Congress in London the Rev. Father at St. Louis Bertrand's church. The with proportionate enrollment. When Vaughan, tho noted worker amon'g ceiemony was performed by Rev. it was announced that a K. C. school the poor of London, declared tuberFather Heenan, O. P., assisted by would be opened in the Bronx the culosis and race sulcldo were makRev. Father Wlllett, of St. Jams Knights were foosleged with applica- ing tho nation "a disgrace in God's church. Miss Beatrice Cossllly was tions. The school will open with a eyes. We should have throttled long ago,"ho continued, her sister's maid of honor and only charter student Toll ef more than attendant, with Emll Besten acting 500. The Knights ifound that men 'Vx that it could not havo gained as his brother's best mt.n. Messirs. learning the automobile trade in the hold it has on the country. It Alex Schulten, William Relsert, their camp schools could qualify for is healthier today in some of tho Frank Cassllly and Robert Watson $45 jobs whore before they were poor sections than in fashionable .were the ushers. Following the compolled to work for a low wage Mayfalr. AVe must havo all tho ceremony there was a breakfast for as laborers. The same children possible to offteet the dethe bridal party and tho two Imme- phenomenon is being experienced creasing 'birth rate and the toll bediate families at the homo of tho wherever the Knights operate a sup- ing taken "by tuberculosis." The congress was attended by tubercubride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. John plementary school, diP. CasslUy, on First street, after experts from all over the losis William P. Larkln, ovorseae which the happy couple left for an rector of the K. of C, is convinced world, among them (being represenhoneymoon trip. The best that many demobilized men In New tatives of the National Tuberwulosts extended wishes of a legion of friends go York will take advantage of the Association, the leading with them into theirwedded life. school here. "We have found in organization in the Un'ted our employment work," ho said, States. The combined quotas of many young men can not qual- the allied organizations call for .tho MACICIN COUNCIL. "that ify for good positions 'because of expenditure of more than $6,500,-00- 0 Mackin Council is bringing to a lack of training. . Our schools will In tho United States during tho close anotherjmost successful year. giye them this training." John J. coming year. The fund will bo memborsfiip having recovered Cummlngs, of Boston, is executive raised through the sale of Red Its from the war losses and again secretary of the K. C. educational Cross Christmas Seals, which begins standing at 500. President Magulre committee; which consists of Su- on thier first 'day of December. The and the officers have given a most preme Knight James A. Flaherty, sale will continue through Decemsuccessful administration and the Supreme Secretary William J. ber 10. bazar held this week will wipe out and Supreme Advocate JosIneph C. Pelletler. The Knights not almost entirely the last dollar of OASHYS HIT TRAIL. debtedness for remodeling and re- only provide free instruction to furnishing tho club house. In addi- former service men, but the books The "Casey Platoon" has hit the tion to this there are fifty candi- are free. And there are shower trail of the, Bolsheviki on the -Polish dates awaiting initiation, making baths and other welcome adjuncts. front. Tliis name has over 150 for the year. Much interbeen adopted- - by 100 Americans who est nefw centers in the election of volunteered, to fight for Poland, ac officers, which takes place on tho cording to a eaele message received first Monday in December and Is alThe announcement of the death of by the Knights of QoJumbus. Uniways a spirited event Nominations Mies Annie Reagan, formerly of forms were supplied by the Knights' wlH he made this month, and It Is Frankfort, where she wsb born overseas service, and enough toight predicted that, few if any changes years ago, came as a great bacco and oandy has been sent to exwill he made. The election Is shock tn Jier relatives and friends last the men through winter. pected to bring out the "largest at- last Saturday. The deceased had tendance of the year, been making her home for several TRBATY TO BE SIGNED. years In the East, and at tbe time FATHER OF'DOZBN. of her sudden death was residing The Hava News A&Micy cables t i V""! in Chester, Pa., about fifteen miles from Paris that the treaty of VerA bouncing baby boy arrived from Philadelphia. The fnneral oc- satile and peace settlement with at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. David curred "from the Church of the Good Germany will become' effective. It Is B, Garvey, of West Broadway, Tues- Shepherd Monday morning with a assented in well Informed circles in day, making- the twelfth aWM la requiem high mass with Rev. Father Paris, November 28. Signature of the family, ten of whom are living J. F. O'Dwyer n celebrant. Mrs. the protocol and exchange of ratlfl- ami two dee4. Ihe score stands Sol Harris and daughter. Miss Clara attfoM hetween Germany and such now four boys and six girls. The Harris, Mfe long friends .of the de- kuim ana Msootate power's as the proud father w receiving many con ceased, accompanied Um body to have, ratp ed the treaty wMl take c gratidatlons. Mm. Reagan, who spent place oavMt dote, It m reported. I Frankfort. VETERANS jnerWlylfM vivi-- u 'ujr MpNath&ra, uni r, .Frankfort, Is Mrs. Kato B. '"several nieces and ikfort and Lexing-an- d grace of man- ; disposition endeared ehe met, and she (ends by her wide sur-tte- KJDF C a i I h, Seventi-seventh- self-sacrifi- ce st self-deni- al, us-ma- y I auto-mechan- ic she-Jia- meas-ureab- ly semi-skill- ed Mc-Glnl- ey Russian- frankfort sixty-e- 1 ( - i and' his "reform" administration can not ibrag of an Indorsement at the polls. The local Democratic organization was tho best In Its history and its Knights of Columbus War Work work is a tribute to Chairman Ends With Festivities at All Have Solved the Jtenson of tho Frank McGrath, Campaign ChairBuildings. man Fred Forcht, Sam Robertson, Lnndslido in JmsI Tuesday's Col. Jake Haager, Major Scoft Bullitt and othars.' Their untiring work Election. and wtergy, could not offset tbe defection of the voters enumerated Thomas D. CI Incs Presented Sheep- -. ntmv whn wnntArl tn lahnlrn Ihrt skin Testimonial and Dia' President or roll up an enormous Irish, German and Italian mond Ring. majority for tho wet cause. They also had to fight day and night Voters Slnp at the ngalnflt the underhanded work of President. (ho Courier-Journand Times, which, while posing as Democratic Govcniniciit Rewards K. of O. Work newspapers, were working might by Appointment of n and main to a(d Boss Hort and his Captain. Liquor Mca Mako Trade With Re. ticket Hero's a little humor for you. on Tho Courier-Journpublicans on Prohibition Thursday published a communicaAmendment. tion from a writer who suggested APPRECIATION. that Mr. Bingham be named to COMMANDER'S lead the Democratic party and drop the present leaders. This brings to A GOOD LOCAL ORGANIZATION, mind the tlD rclven in these columns Much to the regret of both ofl- lseveral months ago, and that was Blngham Is liable to want tho Dom- - cers and privates the war work of ocratlc nomination for Senator next the Knights of Columbus camo to a happy and long to bo remembered Boss Politicians and voters throughout year and fcy Hort would show his close Friday, October 31, selecting "Doc' Brunpr at. niid-o- r Kentucky hava about recovered gratitude finish Bill from the shock of tho election re- nominee, Owens as the Republican ' night. The restlvlties for the bulld- giving sailing in, began at 7 o'clock In three turns Tuesday and Democrats and Ings, with movlo pictures and Republicans alike woto amazed at the Novembr election. vaudeville until 9, when the eventho results. The Republican leaders ing was turned over to dancing AlPERIL IN' UNREST. In their fondest hopes never oxpect-e- d though there were many parlies In anything like, the, majorities reIn a statement by Cardinal Gib Louisville on account of Hallowe'en, ceived and the (smartest political dopesters in the State were all bons, advocating universal military ' the three huts were crowded with t tho First Division and the. .JT...... ,... .. t4i 'i '"on wrong in their election predictions. .t-i- uu.n.is, jusl iuuu uy uio iuuuuui Fleid Artillery. When tho The wisest gamblers in tho State security league, uie uaraiuai cues Second time camo usual for closing at 11 wore also fooled, as at no stage present condition of unrest In o'clock there was a great demand to were there odds, offered on olthe the tiling that ' continue until 12, and after a voto the candidate ana the popular view was calls United States as oneyoung men. had been taken among- - the chaper-Th- e for tho training of that tho winner would not receive " statement follows: ones the affair was continued. A mora than 10,000 majority. Ken"I am convinced that some mill- - mighty cheer was given by the men tucky has always fooen considered a tary training young men of .for the K. C.'s, tho chaporones, the for the normal Democratic State, and with -j Gov. Black, a strong candidate, sur- our country Is essential for the wol- ladles present and finally tho Secre-far- e and socurity of the strong a ticket a3 tho recent war we had nation. In taries. The parting was a sad one, rounded with as the trained all regretting the Knights' leaving ever nominated, all Indications lean pointed to a Democratic victory. No armies cf our allits topreparedupou the wiork. for A most Important meeting prophet could foresee that thousands until our soldiers were the men In the service of Democrats of long standing weio the battlefield. We can not always- of depend upon such a favorable clr- of tho Knights was held In planning to desert the party, as this cumstance event the class or classes carefully concealed drawn intoin Uie again. that we aro tho office of on General Secretary war The dlsclp-JD. Jho afternoon of their intention of voting for Mor- line whlchi the young men will ac- -l October Cllnes 31.. It had been the row and are not boasting about It torn will them now. Anyway, here It Is four days physically. develop regularmorally and each to hold a meeting of the men ot Tho and they for after election and tho Kentucky rising and retiring, taking hoursslm- -' their week, conference. gathered the ot After Irish American publishes the follow- plb and nourishing food and the out- - final last business had (been transacted ing as a summary of tho views of to lm- those who study tho game, or in door oxerclce can not fall Another Secretary' "Chuck" Hasset, of cago. In a most Impressive and tholr general health. other words the consensus of opinof tho discipline isi tb in- - tlmental manner presented tho ll ion, as the turf experts say: Into of obedience Irish voters) by tho thousands In te lawful them a spirit virtue which oral. Secretary with a sheepskin tesauthority, a tlmonlal, signed by each man, ex-Louisville, Newport, Covington, Lexhave seen to bo frequently dls- - pressing their high regard and ington and throughout the State In our land of freedom. It fectlon for Secretary Cllnes. As the voted against Gov. Black and the will that there Is dlg-- j Chief arodo to accept the scroll tnt the Democratic ticket as a rebuke nlty teach thornwith obodlonca a which boj-- presented another token, In the associated to President Wilson and the League oT Nations In regard to Ireland, has been too dften overlooked, and shape of a diamond ring, Inscribed ooeying General Secretary, Without going into a discussion as mat, in they aro ineir uawaui su- - to tne iv. rendering obedlSecie-enc- e to the "merits of the League of Na- perlors, God, from whom all author-- J Camp Taylor, tary Clines was very much taken to tions tho stand taken by thlf class lty comes. It can not be said that back and could not express to his of voters was a fcollrh one In two such preparation will make for war. men how be felt-- It was another way3ltAThey..,j;ebuked President, but Instance Jotthe loyally of the K. CX it will folited an Inoampetent Stale, city" prepar-- ; and county administration on the since nations, knowing our araw us Secretaries, and .being the last ef- o mi people. Then ngnln they hint tlio eoness, wuu do reiuctam And finally, ' rort was most thrilling to the tho The testimonial Irish causo by placing the cause of owing todanger of war. of unrnst in earal Secretary. was as follows: tho condition Ireland foremost over the question our country today, la well tor us "To Our Able Director and Adof our own local nnd State govern- to bo prepared itto meet any visor, Thonuw D. Cllnrs, General ment. The Irish question must not emergency." Secretary K. of C. Welfare Work at bo used ns a football in everj little Camp Taylor: All the visible signs political faction fight, ns friends predicate a radical readjustment of JEFFERSONVILLE. must bo made with all the people the pleasant conditions that you, regardless of political factions. The body of Mrs. Margaret Culp, through your ceaseless efforts, have The same situation applies with years old, wife of made possible for thlo men Iu uniregard to tho German vote. German twenty-nin- e votera by the thousands in the cities hwlght Oulp, arrived in ' Jefferson-vlll- form at Camp Zacbary Taylor. We havo come to the parting of the voted against Gov Black and the Tuesday afternoon from way. We, your subordinates, who Democratic ticket because of their and was taken to tho entered your life ifor a fleeting feeling against President .Wilson, homo of her aunt, Mrs. Molllo Robwhom they blame for war troubles erts, G25 Illinois avenue. The fu- spice, are now to vanish out ot it and, as they term It, unfale peace neral took place Thursday morning again under circumstances deplor-alfi- e or mayhap tragic. It Is with terms to Germany. Like tho Irish from St. Augustine's church, Rev. voters mentioned above they Intro- Father Holpln conducting the sol- deepest regret wo leave you. We voto you King of Gocd Fellows, a duced their grievances against Pres- emn obeequies. Mrs. Culp was a boss ident Wilson in an election whora daughter of Thomas Moran, and a ways producer of bost results, alkind and considerate and ever national affairs should not be con- few months ago located iu Indiansidered nnd the mere mention of It apolis, where her husband Is con- a gentleman. When this little group is scattered as chaff to the only serves to resurrect tho feeling Big Four railway. ngnlnst everything German which nected with the a long time. Be- winds we trust you will send your She had been ill was so prominent during the war. sides her father and husband Mrs. mind Tearward along a lengthy vista Their action Injures the many thou- Culp Is survived by three children. of memory, lined by remembered big events and Innumerable charitasands of loyal German and One brother, Thomas Moran, lives ble actions, and beg you use your voters who do not believe in Jeffexsonville. brightest and most kindly light on that foreign, questions should come recollection's cinema screeni when before local and home government. FRIENDS OF FREEDOM. cost thereon are the following: Next came the Italian voters who Charles R. Hassett, John J. Flynn, wanted to take a slap at President The Robert Emmet Branch of tho Charles M. Zacha, W. Olaven McWilson for his position on the HarFlume matter, and like the others Friends of Irish Freedom, recently Laughlin, Thomas J. Mulligan, Will-lathey were willing to give the people organized in this city, will hold Its ry Schies, Charles J. Villler. Cllres.'' of their city and State any old kind first monthly meeting next Tuesday Although the work of the last of administration "so the Prosldent yiIpI In Tlnrfrnnri iHnll. 1112 South could be rebuked. Now comes the Slrth street. It is the hope of the night carried their duties into the fourth and last cause, of tho politi- founders cf this society that there early hours of tho morning. the cal landslide or (Tuesday. The liquor will bo a large attendance, as all staff met Saturday (the holy day) men made a 'united fight against who favor Ireland's cause are spe- at 7:30 at building No. 3, where Gov. Black because he was a Pro- cially Invited, and also urged to en- Chaplain Father Murray offered tho hibitionist, overlooking the fnct that ter tho society and" aid In securing mass as ono of thanksgiving for the Moritiwhnd Hcrt went on record in for long oppressed Erin the, liberty success at Camp Tayior of the (Iitlr platform ns being in favor of here enjoyed and prized so highly. Knights of Columbus work Tho Government recognized the a dry State. They also overlooked The meeting premlsea to bo one of success by giving tho K. of C. work the fact that for years and years much Interest. tho appointment of a Captain, which tho majority of tho Democratic Charles Hassett, of Chicago, is now party fought for their interests and CURFEW ORDERS. filling. The only other appointment wore always on record as being In Second favor or personal liberty, In this The Associated Press reports that being a M. C. Lieutenant, allotted city, for Instance hto majority of a Government proclamation Impos- the Y. A., this holng all of Democrats voted against the prohi- ing curfew regulations In certain the commissions allowed Camp Taybition amendment, yet there is a ru- districts in Ireland is exepcted im- lor. In addition to the commissions mor that liquor men mado a deal mediately, according to a Dublin the Commanding Gen. Summerall with the Republican organization, dispatch to the London Evening wrote each Secretary an individual voting for Morrow and tho State Standard. The measure is Intended letter of appreciation. Tho staff of Secretaries were ticket in return for tho local Repub- to prevent raids bv masked bands lican maohtlno Instructing Its organi- nnd also night drilling. Permits will guests of the General Secretary at a zation to voto solidly against the be Issued to persons having legltl dinner and theater party Saturday prohibition amendment. Thus it mate business during the night evening, after which most of the was possible with tho big voto of hours. uivu muiitm jut im'ir nomes. tho liberal Demociats to roll up a majority of over 10,000 against the SISTER OF BISHOP. ROOSEVErvT DEFEATED. nmcrulment, but tho rumor' of that bargain with tho Republican maSister John. Francis, for over sixA chine has dono irrcparablo injury to York surprlso took place In tho New, ty years a devoted member cf the State convention of the Amor-lea- n Sisters of Providence, 'has passed to tho wet causo. Legion in Rochester, Just as stated at the outset, the Theodore Roosevelt, son of thowhen her eternal reward at St. party was defeated Col. Roosevelt, was defeated by latd Desnocratla In the world the Miss OTDonaghue, sister ofshe was through the defection of thousands Rev. of the Kelly In of Icish, Gorman. Italian and liquor tion Francis A. delegate. the elec- Rt. Rev. Denis OTJonaghue, Bishop for national Democrats and their intention to do of Louisville, and Rev. Timothy so was knewn only to themselves O'Denaghuo, of Vincennes, Ind. She before and after the election. This PICTURE SHOW AND CONTEST. entered tho community just In time Is proven absolutely by the scenes to many or The Hibernian Social Club wlM theendure Tellgious. the hardships of on election night and tlnro There early There were no was no marked celebration no entertain with a picture show and modern conveniences at St. Mary's, contest blowing of horns, throwing of con- dancing Twenty-fir- at the Norman nor in aUV Of tho, mtulnna In .! and Portland days, and the younaer generation fetti or other signs of enthusiasm. Theater. of This was because tho thousands of avenue, next Tuesday evening, and the Sferters of Providence can "never Democrats who mado Uie Republi- tne committee in charge invite en- realize the rugged road over wlrfcK can victory possible are not pnbllcly tries for .the dancing, the winners sister John Francis and the older Dragging mat tney voted for Blor-ro- to receive handsome prizes. Sisters have traveled. For years she and tle Hepubllcan ticket. va8 at St John's Academy in Many of these, while strongly WORTHY CAUSE. and the love which, she against the local Republican misfit won .for herself among pupils and administration, , did not attempt to The appeal for irid for the Red parents will never be forgotten. Her coratoh the local ticket Others did. Cross is a mowt worthy cause and memory wHl always lbs ohertehed. however, aad ttia fact that the local inouid be liberally itMpooaed to nc the prayers of her oountleas people of aU classes. ticket ran many votes behind Mor friends follow her beyond the grave Demo-crntic al al CAMP TAYLOR him-ea- sy ..- -. I T. cus-qul- ro Chi-pro- ve Gen-stl- I we 3 , c 1917-1919- ." mako-for-peac- Gen-int- o Gorman-Aincric- an st by-th- e jsOTJOKTsr Xircom tf&NTUGKY- IRISH jjvo3?cior- - MEftlGflfl COMING EVENTS. ,. 1 afternoon and evening. November 14 'Euchre and lotto to th, Sodal and Mol Advtncement of lfkh American tad CttheVci fWtd of St. Louis Bertrand's church in Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Bertrand Hall, 'afternoon and evenInstitute and Catholic Knights of America. ing. SoNovember KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated. Publishers cial at St. Ann's school hall, after SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY jgc noon and evening. 6 November Bazar for transEntered at tho Louisville Pottofflcs Second. Clmi Matter, itu ot tf,oly Rosary JAcadeniy, in Wtst Sru St. auditorium, 1 Fourth and Park iMrtit til Commimlsatlon to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, avenue. t November 25 Turkey festival, euchre and lotto by Holy Cross .'1'TBAnffci uNtON Irrii iurM W church, afternoon and evening. November 27 Euchre and lotto, Church of Our Lady Hall, afternoon and evening. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919 LOUISVILLE. KY '24-2319-32- PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. November 13 Euchre, lotto and dance of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., ""I i -- ., v Scientific :'' b j Refrig eration AxftAA AAAA AAAAAAAA4rA A ftA AA AA. applauds each successive proclamaand lias tion 'with enthusiasm', Tlio armistice la almost a yea! sincerely persuaded Itself that Lord AA'ArAA'rAAAAA'AAAAAAAA'A'ArAtfrfrA'A old, ami we have no peace. Amor- - French Is doing more for republican wealthiest"ha- - propaganda than-D- o Valera and tho lea is now by far the Mrs. Feed Kellncr has j, tlon, and there is no industrial Eircann would home after three weeks' returned lot ot j) stay at iw cver n0PO t0 achieve." peace, wnen win men .MartlniyvlWe, Ind. ioice uui flic fact mat neiincr Miss Kathorine Malono- has repower neither gold nor commerce, BeverJust on the day a visit to Miss Emily turned neither war nor league will bring idge was speaking in Indianapolis Irwin after Louis. in St. real happiness to tho world unle&i on "True Americanism" to a great it is toy .the aid of God? This aid audience, the evening paper that acMr. and Mrs. Edward Mo n oh an will Heave soon fot a Btay of two or grace of God can not be ours un- cused him of being a til we wish for it, pray for it, and discovered its own editor and al- weeks in New York. with it. We can leged owner was Indicted for fraud of Miss only by yielding in our hearts a on the Government. Tho mills of to The marriage Murphy Bess Stokes Edward S. will take love for our fellow-mebrotherly place next ruesday. the gods grind slowly but surely. WOULD PEACE. SOGIETY. At Last Refrigeration Without lee solve its difficulties. - - Like many other home eomf oris scientific refrigeration had to wait for electricity, to pro-Germ- n. LISTEN TO DE VALERA. who are now wrestling with the peace treaty could listen to President De .Valera for an hour many of their doubts and difficulties would be cleared away. Wo have read many speeches and arguments for and against tihe Leaguo of Nations. But we. .have seen nothing to compare with the clear, simple y touch-ston- At last we have found one. is the "Kelvinator." You may see it in operation in our model kitchen. Miss Otter will glad to explain its many features. be machine to our customers. We have looked forward for years to the time when we might recommend a refrigerating It If. the Senators at Washington It looks as If Great Britain is developing too warm an attachment for us. We never cared much for neighbors who wanted to use our grindstone every time Hjey had an axe to grind. The first thing we know we will bo inviting John Bull to another or some function equally pleasant. tea-par- ty Miss Nora Cummins has returned from a six weeks' lslt to .Mrs. Edgar Thomas In St Louis. ' last week tif Mr. and Mrs. James Reagan Miss Anna Viising' was the guest at Pewee Valley. Miss Lillian and Anna May Score ppent the week end With 'Mrs, J. 11. Cahill-'otho Brownsfooro road. n to have a "Kelvinator" in your home freedom from ice worries no danger of ice famineproper degree of frigidity automatically rcgultled for the many foods it isvnecessary to keep cool ice manufactured from your favorite drinking water, etc. "Kelvin&tors" may be had on easy payments. Come in tommorrow. , Think what it would mean to you An Irish Republic bond in every family of the, Irish race in America analyst! of. the league covenant made-totho Irish leader. Ho ap- will bo tho surest way of showing e of com how much the, members of the race plies It. to "the mon sense, ana us injustice ami think about the matter vof Justice tho purposes of Its schemers become and liberty for Ireland. The time plain. There can be no real League for shouting andi wearing green of Nations until the rights of email badges has gone by. Action next. nationalities are guaranteedi Thi3 Obedience to constituted author the proposed league does net do. ity has always been insisted upon expresses the conviction of the This by the Catholic Church. She Is able editor of tho True Voice after at therefore the greatest force In the hearing tho Irish President World today against radicalism. Omaha. SOUTH SHOULD BLUSH. Mrs. J. J. Cavanagh and Mrs. Eugenia Winkler Reimers have returned from a short stay In Cincinnati. Alrtvcliu, LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY INCORPORATED Rev. E. "W. Boes, at St. Mary's and Elizabeth ritirnri PcmrAo pastor of St. 4M Vnllnv lu 311 MAIN 2182- - WEST CHESTNUT STREET TELEPHONES -- Mrs. J. Jackson, of Nashville, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sweeney, South Louis vllle. CITY 2182 Lewis. ton College, Lexington, was week end guest of Mrs. W. Misa Alary McDermott, of Hamil- tho W. The Same Low Hates for Gas and Electric Service in the Home Hefore War the War During- - the War After tho War If you have some halfway decent Mrs. Harry Doherty and .little and warm, clothe? you are too proud daughter, Miss Mary Jano Doherty, of 'Indianapolis, are visiting Mr. and Wo 'believe that entirely too much to wear, clean- tnem; paten them Mrs. Fred Kellner. and call the St.- Vincent de Paul SoHIBERNIAN DIRECTORY has hcen made of the attack of Sen Miss Elizabeth Grieve, of 523 ator Williams, of Mississippi, on tho ciety about it. street, was opNorth Twenty-sixtIrish in America. The Senator was t DIVISION S. erated on at not himself when he launched "into MONTH OF THE HOLY SOULS. and is getting St. Joseph's Infirmary First and third Fridays, Hlbera&r along nicely, Ms unreasoning denunciation of a The month of November is es0 Home. Exquisitely cleaned on Portland. Misses Margaret and Anne Elizarace that has done so much to up pecially set. aside by tho church as That you pat for something yu did not NEED would nav surud a President Tim O'Leary. short notice. Moriarty left last week for The the month cif tho holy, souls. Scarce- beth build and ia protect America. Vice President Walter Murphy. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with toil bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED City, where they , Financial Secretary John Irish National Bureau at Washing- ly have Wer sacred ministers put off New YorkMm. Paul Cornell. are tho guests of twice a year; There MAY COUK a time when yor'LAST DOLLAR" 1850 Portland avenue. ton sends out the plain statement the festive Tobes used In her cereHecordlng Secretary John A. mat; be spent for cemetbisg you DO NKED. The SAVING now ot tbe Major A. Scott Bullitt arrived that Williams was intoxicated at the monies on All Saints' day, wh6n she put "on tho black Thursday from Washington and has Martin. dollar yon are wastlne might kee? tact "hard time" from ever coalai. time and that his (friends were commands thorn to Cleaned the government Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. been speding the week Sergeant-at-Arm- a ashamed of the sorry exhibition he vestments and chant a requiem for mtether, Mrs. Thomas W. with hi? Martin Shoe way. We know how! n' Bullitt. nan. made of himself. Williams has not tho dead. During tho entire month They come back to you Sentinel Thomas Noone. anyone but himself by his the church exhorts her children to Mr. and wIMrs. George B. Barrett hurt be mindful of the, dead, who died Jn will leave next week for Havana, sterile and clean. maudlin attack. flTho pity is that DIVISION 4. permitted to the Lord. No matter how perfect Cuba, where they will spend tho such men should he our" lives may ibe, all xtf us commit wluter, returning here next Mach Meets second and fourth Monday represent a free people In tho high- many offenses against our Creator, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. body In our country. est deliberative Fifth and Court Place. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDermott, of for which oonor or later we must Our service helps to' PresidentJohn J. Barry. But Senator Williams has dug his mako reparation. The Justice and Barbourville, have been tho guests 1 Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. of Mrs. V. W. Lewis. Mr. McDerknock the bottom out of own political grave. Recording Secretary the mercy of God demand that he mott is on his way to South Lawrence extract from us a full atonement for D. Meany. cost of clothing. Few In this life those offenses. SITUATION' IN HRELAND. Financial Secretary Thomas J. there are who mako sufficient reparMrs. Juno Cronan entertained Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. tout God Treasurer John F.- Burke. The situation in Ireland at pres- ationbeto the Creator; we must will with a delightful tea on Wednesday not sot aside, and Sergeant-at-Arm- a Patrick ConYour light colored garent is pno that puzzles most Ameri- tho consequences in the next tako in honor of Misa.Dortcithy Cassllly nelly. life Gladys Ross, or Frankfort, cans. British military units- occupy when we can no longer disobey his and Miss ments can be dyed by Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Ind. every toWn and village, cannon and commands. It Is tho teaching of the our method, which gives 20c Piedmonts 17c lOo nothing defiled can en machine guns are posted, armored church that Mr. 9o John Maloney. their 9c Kremer's Special ,6c 2.00 WEDDING BELLS, ter heaven. Though wo depart this family and Mns,IL.Shepard. them that newness and 10c Chesterfields ......zoo lOo sWar Hawk a iur zoo uncie Mine so z.ui and A. lor ".tanks" run about and observers life a friend of God in so far as not father of 20o Cheaterflelds 17c 10c Buster ...8c: 3 for 20c Short Horn Bo 2,00 freshness so desired by A very pretty wedding took place from aeroplanes watch every move having offended Him mortally, yet Mrs. Maloney, of Joffersonvllle. have lOo lOo O. K. ... ,9o; 3 for 25o Donkey ieo Rex Eo 2.00 departed for Webster City, Iowa, to at St. Chafles church when Misi lOo Favorltes.9c;3for25c lOo Dixie ....9c; 3 for 25c Surprise 6o 2.00 well dressed people. ment ibelow. Yet the power ot the a delbt remains to be" paid on ac- locate. 20c Favorites Go 2.35 17a 10a Ited Dud .9c; 3 for 26c 1269 Blanche C Baker and Norman G. In 20o Lucky Strikes ,...16o 10a Tribune ..9c; 3 for 25c Union Key ......6o 2.3G British Government is ignored by count of past transgressions.place his" Ware were united in the bonds ot mercy God has prepared a for 16c London Life ....... Ho Go 2.3G Favorite Mrs. Minnie O'Conncll and daugh- holy wedlock by ihe Rev. Charles the people. We And a London daily us called Purgatory, whore we must 2 for 25c PACKAGES ,6o 2.7G Pat Carroll 18c Nebo lGc East P. Raffo, who celebrated the nuptial paper declaring .that every depart- remain until all slain of sin Is blot- ter, Miss Minnie O'Connell, 6o 2.7S Dan Boone 16c Mecca .14c; 2 for 25c Tuxedo . J. ,..9o; 3 for 25c Kremer's Extra .Co 2.7S avenuo, ment in Ireland is honeycombed ted from our souls. Then, and not Court visiting in Jeffersonvillc, who mass. The bride looked lovely In a 20c Fatlma 16o Tuxedo 14c;2 for25o Roxy ..6o 2.85 were" Indianapolis, have gown of white satin combined with joo jieimar.nc; z ror zoc sampson ...,.ac; 3 ror z&o a. & a ,.6o 2,85 wlthi Every till then, can wo enter the hearenlj returned. Irish sympathizers. chnntllly lace. Attending the bride 20a Mosul 18a Hill Side .,..9c;.i for26o Stiers 6a 2.8C mansions God has prepared Cleaners & Dyers military move Is known beforehand Though God has condemned for us. 20a Murads 18c Victory was her cousin, MiS3 Agnes Graft, 6o 2.86 uc to ..i... 9c; 3 for 25c Gibson Girl 20o Windsor Castle ...16a Bull Durham. 'Jc; 3 for 26c Mrs. Robert E Callahan and and Poindexter Babb was best man. by the people who laugh at efforts undergo this punishment In his Phones 2207 CHEAPEST TOBACCO STORES XX THE 01X7. WATCH V8 SHOW to suppress their means of com- providence Ho so arranged it that daughter, Miss Patricia Callahan, of The ceremony was followed by an St. Louis, are the guests home of Office 617 Fourth Ave. Belgium was our friends loft behind us In this lahan's parents, Col. and of Mr.P.Cal- elaborate breakfast at theimmediate munication. What Mrs. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E II. the bride for the two TOBACCO STORE life may aid us by their prayers and during the German occupation, Ire so hasten tho time when we may Callahan. Plant 909 S. Sixth St, families and a few close friends, afHo. 1 8. W. Cor. Prestos & Jefferson Ho. 3 XT. W. Cor; Preston te Liberty ter which Mr. and Mrs. Ware left become under British rule. enjoy tne Dentine vision. land has Inctead P. 3. KXBHTBB te CO. Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher and for a trip to Washington and the British propaganda would blind us therefore of lamenting our departed friends wo Should redouble our Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McLaughlin, East. Olhey will be at homo after to .thjs fact if It could. But the DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA city were November 14 at 2127 Murray avo facts are (becoming so potent that prayers for them and beg Almighty of the of Mr. and last week tlm nue. Mrs. J. Y. Rice, God to shorten their time In the guestB Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. thtey can no longer be concealed. All Daughters tof Isabella and purifying fires of iPurgatory. We Parkview. . their friends arc" looking f orward to MISSION' AT ST. COLUMBA'S. can do this by offering up our good We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of the "Nickel Evening," which will ba Mrs. James Shelley and son, t works for the holy souls, by recitine .."WITHIN TWO YEARS, ASK ANY held at the Louisville Hotel on SatReynolds Shelley, of Cincinnati. Oculists' Prescriptions. Beginning tomorrow morning at the beads for them, by having OCULIST urday afternoon and evening, Nolast Arthur Griffith, President of Sinn masses said and by gaining some of arrivod and Friday .to be the guests 9:30 o'clock high mass the noted vember 29. Many attractive articles Mrs. Evarest Nofsinger Paislonlst missionary fathers, Alextho many indulgences applicable to of Mr. '-Fein, "predicts that "the Irish ques- the fouls In Purgatory. in "the Thlerman. ander and Roger, will begin a sultablo for Christmas gifts will be week's mission at St. Columba'a on hand and also hand painted post iDuring tho month of November tion will bo finally settled within 013 FOURTH AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDERSON Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith. Miss church. Thirty-fift- h and Market. cards. There will be attractions for next two years," while under the tho church exhorts liter children to the pray for the souls In Purgatory. juuggie u uonnor, Mrs. I'auune aar-be- e The morning services will begin at the young people in the way of coyer of martial law the soldiers and They can not 'help themselves. and Mrs. Lady Moore Meffert 5 and 8 o'clock. The evening serv- dancing, fortune .tolling, ejtc. And But peelers continue their lawless cam we can help them by our prayerc motored to Bardstown and spent the ices, at which there will" be sermon last but not least tho "Walking to, meet Doll," paign in Ireland. The situation in and especially by offering the sacri week end with Mr. and Mre. Charles and Instructions, begin at 8 o'clock. friends who was unableowing" to her last Saturday fice of the mass for them. The wiieeier. Father Maaoney, the pastor, was Inclement weather, will be clad tho HARVJEY-JELLIC- O Tipper&ry, the most recent county to to urges fortunate In securing Fathers AlexEvery church us forus to hear their ap be proclaimed,- is typical. Mlss Estella Kin, of 428 North ander and Roger, who are eloquent see thiem all at tho National Catho peals to aid: (INCORPORATED) meeting and every fair has been titreet, who- - was oper and convincing pulpit orators, and lic War Council rooms this. Satur 'Slave pity on me: have: Dltv on Twenty-sixt-h r.me; at least you, my friends; for ated on tne past weeK for appendi- the church will doubtless ibe throng-e- day, and to more than welsomo suppressed. At Roscrea and other them em the 29 th in order to deelda The Company With the Coal and the Service. citis all tne towns country people were not tne, nana or Voice.t.oro hath touched doing at St Anthony's Hospital, is willatcome the services. The miteion whom she will visit permanently. flno and will be able to come to a solemn close with me." True allowed to bring in their produce; home in a ifew days. benediction and blowing on Sunday Fatuous Black iToo Lump Coal from Eastern Kentucky. $7,0O night, November 16. TRINITY COUNCIL. moving picture shows were closed; per ton delivered ; $0.00 per ton at yards. TROPHY WELL EARNED. Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Ratterman anIrish classes were ordered to disconYards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. Trinity Council, Y. M. L, will giro SISTERS OF JtORETTO. Postmaster E. T. Schmitt. ot this nounce the engagement of Tdlss tinue; four men walking abreast city, tei a euchre, lotto and dance on. ThursYard and Elevator, Popo and Payno Streets. In line for a "Distinguished Margaret Catherine Stout to Leo A. may be thrown Into Jail for "unlawOne ot the most remarkable ten- day, Novemibor 13. Jn their home at Service Pin" that may .be conferred Horlander. The marriage will take avenues, and Both Phones at All Yards. ful drilling;" half a dozen people on him (by ."dlvlslon of the United place Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock dencies of .our" daj' is bbe way wo- .Baxter and Morton many handsome men are organizing, and the Sisters they have secured standing talking together may be States Treasury Department, This at St. Anthony's church. of Loretto at Denver are to be com- prizes, which will be awarded. Lotto Mary Catherine RUeir. dauBhter of mended Jor their, plan to introduce in the afternoon at 2:15 and euchre arrested and sentenced to three Insignia of honor .ie a beautifully You'll Never Mako n Mistake in Ordering Our months' Imprisonment; sports and tottered 'gold pin, with a bluo enam- Mr and Mre. John M. Miley, of HO 11 the study of Darilameatary law for and lotto in the evening at 8 o'clock. iDancbig wjll begin promptelled "border, beating the words Lytic street, Is recovering rapidly their girl students. Denver alone pony raoee at Newmarket and other "Distinguished Service, Treasury from tne operation she under has over, fiftyclubs er Catholic wo- ly at 8. o'clock and oontlnue until : place were stopped; homes through- Department. Sayings Division." Tho went at St. Joseph's Inflrmary three men. One of the leading members 12. All those attending are assured "! For Your Now Homo Members It Has the Quality. out' the county were entered under pin has the same intrinsic value as wbbkb ago. In- a good and lively time. of the Colorado Ibranoh of the the Distinguished Serjvjoa raward by ternational Federation of Catholic of the council have made great the pretext of searching for 'arms Cohgresa.. ftthe preparation lfor" this, event and promhonor of, wearing Air. ana an Alumnae is INCORPORATED and explosives. The police and mili- one ot tneee pin is confined to the nounce the Aire. A. J. Jones, their & Protectant Mrs. BeteHe. Matthews, ise to make it surpass anything engagement of lady. Mrs. Matthews v tary hare gone to absurd extremes, And friends wno causes to ie sola daughter, Mite Florence Margaret is a graduate of Loretto Heights; hertofore undertaken. BROOK AND A STS. between November 3 awl December Jo"hej; to Roger S. dine. The wed- and asked w;hy she W one ot the of Trinity know this means much even forbidding handball contests at "ti ftj 6 tne quots. ding will take place at Hi. Cecilia's chief oiftcers of an neoeiat!on form- more than the ordinary'. Saving and a circus perform- Certificates of Treasury office. Laffaubrldj Ma church Tnnkglv4ng morning at 9 ed to promote Catholic education, allotted to !; ance orB stopped, a week ago at BLACK & DECKER 'MAJOR GBN, CABELL. also oauM o'elock. The PostmasterCatholic literature and Catholic soOw honor to ibe shared by any"at-foeh- e cial action,-- repHed: 'Because T lore Ttppermry. The net result, of these of. his office, who will perform PORTABLE ELECTRIC BRILLS , Major-- Gen. De Roeey C. Cabell, RKGROTTABLB. the Slater of Lore t to; Their schoivl outrages, the Manchester Guardian was the only Veal home 1 "Have ever U. S. A., commandant at 9an Anthe rvioe required. Thus the " points put, to "to drive the dwind Sizes 3-to 8 any carrier or clerk In an The root xegrettaW lseident of known. I know wht Cue OathoHo tonio. Tex., aad of all our rouses oiBofl of tay olawk who awkes m1m the wr im tlH WHh ling 'band of MualUuttonfUlfM aad Sisters in theh4 aoademlfts and eel- - along ,the Mexieaa harder, is a conCHILDERS ELECTRIC CO for the of- subsidised by 'foreign' sold.- And lges oan do for a girl sd, though vert, .1 the Catholic faith, aecordlag people Who had never "beta af fileUd euaMnc the fixed, quo may, on th WbuMIhimW say. K U net mowMrlly I am' a wneere Protestant, I w)Uing-- . U hte, brother-in-lafice to nefH .the Rev. by an active7 interest In Irieh politics INCORPORATED aw. I ly- give my support to Uw coveted PttbrMtfed to afOMiek tbMru. V. Otis. M. J., of Wait Palm. receive oe New the Alumnae " into the extreme ranks. Stan 'Petti trophies. wona. Federation." Betk !?J?eaaa 135 ss3 w, h FINE GOWNS j 1818-182-- The Last Dollar Brod-erlck- Men's Clothing 1 1 1 " RockingH.C.LBoat Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. - DYEING SMOKERS! ATTENTION! - - SWISS -- THE BALL OPTICAL CO. v l COAL CO. - d -- i s i . LUMBER 10 i - hy 7-- us--t- - ppr T - '. w, ' "7. Mis32r - - feJ&.' '. v ". sl: : : hli J4r Bir to' W, KB2ttarxjoxnr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly' urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they lind In these colums. We aim to protect our read ers by accepting only Iirms 01 Known responsiouuy. . irish ambhioajt. LKE HASTE SLOW. HOW PROPAGANDA Th,e WORKS. I EKGrIyEHKKIIS IVIMBXPV IS R OHB)ROKEE CLEANED, ASK YOUR GKOCER. PROPERLY BLENDED PACKED WELDINS REPAIRING Expert Attention Oa Repairs Ob All Makes of Cms SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING AUTO WJELDING & REPAIR CO. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH Both Phones 2309 ST., LOUISVILLE, KX. Turkish Bath- sCrescent Hotel Cleanse the System, Keep You Well, Prevent the Flu. Has the Most Sanitary, Effi-- 4 cient Plant in America. GET PIT Health la Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT 408 WEST WALNUT. Do You Want to Sell or Buy SO YOU YTA1TC TO SELI. OX BUT? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farm. Mine or Property of any kind or description. Wo have Businesses and Unter. prises of every kind For Sale in almost any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. To If Von Want or Buy or Sell at Private Sale Auction Write or Call OLD LBAKT ROOFS CAN BE SAVED AND MADE LEAK-PROO- F SUPERLASTIO Guaranteed Ten Tears 80c Per Ballon Barrel XHTEBKATXOKAXi COATIKO ETKBKXDQB BUSINESS EXCXAHO-- 701-70- 00. City 649 SOUTH 3174 SECOND STREET . Louisville. Ky. and Beal Estate LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. Cumb. Phone, Main 2960 Home Phone, City CS43 Xdst With Want If TonSend to Contract Us, for Anctlo&ear 2 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'd 7411 East 180 OO. THE FOUR BEST SELLERS IN KENTUCKY Rluo Ribbon Twist O. K. Twist AVnr Hawk Twist DIxlo Twist "Mado Where Tobacco ..Grows." follows Is the daughter of one who, in his day, was the most .brilliant as, well as the beat of the poets of Irish blrthi whose 'genius has enriched America and tbo world. She is a newspaper writer of International renown, and is not g"lven to making statements she can not maintain! "In a Tecent editorial you write; 'We notice that tho advocates of the .present form of tho Leaguo of Nations have obtained the assistance elf that attenuated remnant of the uyans. tenors, elite corps of Precedent Wilson's po- cie Poems, litical followors during tho first six Sacred Heart Almanac. Catholic Homn years of his administration to do a Annual and St. Michael Almanac for of Senator Walsh, 1920 now in stock. little of Massachusetts, concerning his attitude toward tho League of Na- Rogers Church Goods Co. tions.'. 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. "May I, as a Massachusetts woman, the daughter of an Irishman, and therefore grateful to the Now York American, for Its policy of Justice for Ireland, add a snippet of EVEBVBODrsCLEANEs to your data on the proposed Senator of Walsh? "Within a week I haYt received Imiller&son from a woman who Is most active tvjzow peace society a letter in, a asking mo to provide her with the DtfclANmP2teMDELG names of prominent Irishmen who Would bring pressure to bear cm SUITS MADE TO ORDER Senator Walsh which would insute his vote among tho 'no reservation' advocates of tho League of Natiro3. FOR LADIES AND GHENTS I have been for years the London correspondent of 200 American paRemodeled and Altered pers. I havo known for years that the woman who wrote me is in the 511 S. TIHRD ST., POPE BLDG. pay of tho English secret service Phono City 2103 Wo Call nnd DeUxcr press propaganda. I havo been told mtore recently that her 'peace society' will presently agitato for a small American navy the cost of that campaign being paid for from abroad. I there to re answered her letter: " 'I can not send you the names o? ny Irishmen who would attempt to influence Senator Walsh's vote. T shall ibrlng tho Intrigue of. which you write tio tho attention of Senator Walsh.' "I did so and received from tho most astute politician in Boston this comment: " 'I believe you ttro right Keep a copy of what you write her.' "That ndvlco came from Aiartln r4 1 writer of -- the- letter which "Mako haste slowly," would bean excellent motto for all parties to thd Souls. the mining controversy. On tho one Have ihr soul of your departed aro threatening to mother, father, child or relative re- hand the miners working conditions, membered by havlne religious mourn strike for 'better ing cards printed. We carry a. supply as they hanro a Tight to do if the of theso cards and will attend to the conditions aro Intolerable under printing for you, which they are On Send Mass Cards jor j Spiritual Bou- - the other hand now laboring. Aft Alt a4b t the administration v. a lltl th reaved. This beautiful custom has the threatens to punish them if they approval of tho Church and. should exercise their rlght'to strike. Now ueSnTruaToufio,S1"B0nUShe.0p,0 there ta danger to the ccuntry from Mass Intention Record Books from ' both threats. In the first place, a $1 to i. rtrlke of miners would cripple, in-thre ,at?(. books, including dustry at a tima when it is ncces-Llf- e Arc, Cardinal Mer- - .- orst. Joan .of ih.t ovnl, mnrnY,,rv nhnl1iH A 1 NOVEMBER Poor .Remember RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS. Readers ol the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only.firms of known responsibility. W. Gv RORK. PritUcnl. - HHRBBRT JBNKIN3, Se. nd TrcM. WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO. INCORPORATED r' bear-ibuitln- g 'bear-baiti- ng rXBa5C' w so-call-ed administration to fight the mlneis would be to introduce the worst foatures of Prusslanism into the country, and Jncldentally make Bolsheviks, wherd there aro now hut harmless if disgruntled workers. The powers of tho Government should bo U3ed with thle utmost disof thla kind," The cretion in ca.-Impression appears to be general among the workers that tho Government Is always on the side of. the employers and that therefore the worker does not get justice. Drastic action on tho part of the administration against the workmen at thla particular time would, iwe fear, convince them that If their grievances are T!& ibe redressed it must ibe done by themselves that Is, by meeting force with force. This would bring about a state of anarchy. Therefore we repeat It would bo better to make Waste slowly. The mine owners should boinado to sec that they also owe something to the public and if they rofuse )o meet tho',r employes in a reasonable way that the forces of tho Gbvernment will also be brought to toear on them. Surely the difference between the minora and their employers can not he so wide that a little concession on both sides would not bridge it. To try to adjust this difference Is, we think, tho first duty of tho administration. 3 " .CIT Offico and Workrooms "nT"?; Homo Phone City tho United States, may Tetain ,hor place in the forefront of tho commercial nations of tho world, and in SHULER AXLE the second place, tho threat of tho J,"',t GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway 2511 jjotmviiio, Kentucky i""'s MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED COMPANY Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Dlstanco Phone JONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 South 903 LOUISVILLE, KY. We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SRirt PHRASING INDIVIDnAX,ITX MEGLEMRY-WAR- D COMPANY INCORPORATED 3245, Phones T. B. :CG3 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUS. Main or City. DAIRY COMPANY v . - YANN ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER Incorporated. 608-51- 0 SOUTH "WENZKL ST. Both Phones 4203 JOHN B. O'LEARY & OO. 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 fieaaquarters for CITY See SAM I,, ROBERTSON XOVEJSfBER INTENTION. Lomasny. "MARY BOYLE O'REILLY." GOOD LOUISVILLE, KY. TORNADO GASUnLTY KENTUCKY LAUNDRY incorporated 014-02- SHEPHERD HOME. FI. po-llc- BONDS "Tho Good Shepherd home is the best place In the world for Way2 ward girls and those1 who don't Incorporated their - KENTUCKY know enough to appreciate Underbill St. LOUISVILLE o home," says Mm. Sadie Smith, Geo. Dearborn General Offices 412 Lincoln Building matron of ilong experience, "You Manager Cumberland Phone: Main ISO. ought to see the change,, one month at the Good Shepherd 'Home will Phono Shawnee 42. ANY OLD HAT MADE make In a girl. I have taken dirty, unkempt dissipated looking girls' to UUMsi TO LOOK LIKE NEW. PP.IT HATS CLEANED the Good. Shepherd Homo and in one month havo seim them changed (T ifmiAND REDLOOKED, 50 We Are Motor Doctors, Skilled Ex- to clean, bright, natural appearing CENTS. young women again. This is due," perts Are Ready to Serve You. Hat Cleaning and Block-In- s mys Mrs. Smith, "to the real home? our specialty. the place Full line of Tires, Tubes and Ac- like condition's gentleness affords, tho NATIONAL HAT CLEANING with which cessories. Tires and Tubes Vulcan- kindness and WORKS livthey regularity ized. Batteries charged and re- ing are treated, with workof and conditions, paired. Prop. Albert Smith, Wholesome gcod times. The kindPORTLAND AUTO REPAIR CO., ness of tho Sisters unfailingly wins 533 WEST MARKET BTREET the respect and confidence of the St. 377 N. Twenty-Sixt- h Homo Phone, City 5161 Inmates, together "with their good will, which raeans a great deal to a John D. Moore Tobacco Co. --- T.l.phoae. j 308 Ciiy 502 Mah Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY. OHIO RIYER AUTO OWNERS A SPECIALTY, Segal & Boyer Fish Co. JOHN B. WATHEN h J. M. BUCKNER the laundry and sowing work, 'which TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE is done toy the girls of the home. PACIONa The girls havo ample .opportunity St. 530 Soath Twcnty-Slxtfor a good time, they have reading COO West Main Street rooms, library and a piano with a West 1084 Shawnee 1986 large room where they may have an Louisville, Ky. LONG DISTANCE HAULING occasional dance. Outdoors they have a fine basketball court and Sales, Pres. Mark tennis grounds. Good educational NATIONAL HATTERS J. O. Jacobs. Sec. and Treas. advantages also aro provided. If 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET tho girl has never attended' school L. GRAUMAN & CO. the is-- compelled to attend. Other DYERS AND CLEANERS school work Is purely optional. 1 Incorporated think the SIsteia at tho Oood ShepSpecial Suits Cleaned Monday herd In All Hats Sealer natures, SClnds of Office and credit Heme deserve a great deal of and Pressed for 31.25. Safes, Cash Beffl- -' Store for the igood standards of the Blocked and Cleaned, COc. ters, Show Cases, Counters, institution and the businesslike way Shelving, Etc it is xun. I have never seen one CALL FOR AND DELIVER. CIO WEST HAXX STBBBT person leave the home but was a City 1931 Home Phone, Home Phone. City 1888 great deal (better morally, mentally and physically. As long as 1 have been police matron no girl ha been ,WnTNnY00) sent thor by m0 without first getIMOYE Both Both ting her parents' consent, although v52s"SHpr. Phones I consider It unequalled as a place We Are Experts on Fords Phones cjg&B3355u. for a girl to be sent for correction." FURNITURE MOVING AND place that Is All expenses of the Institution aro paid by 311 East Jefferson Street. Home City 1061. TRY -- There are thousands and thousands of particular Intentions for which the TOomhers or the Apostle-sM- p of Prayer, or League of the Sacred Heart, are praying? every month. In sennet parish churches, whore due Interest is taken in the league, at least some of the special intentions aro announced occasionally, and sometimes announcements are mado of favors that havo ibeen received through the prayers of the league. But tliat ia another story, as the saying is. Every month there ia a now general intention and the Holy Father In Rome in tho selection of this Intention, giving It ,hls approval and (blessing. For November, 1919, it is this: "Tho League in Schools, Colleges 'and Seminaries" The selection of this Intention means that all of the members of tho league aro asleep to unite in praying that In schools, colleges and seminaries the League of the Sacred Heart may (be established and make progress. It ought to be our earnest wish that the League of the Sacred Heart may flourish In all educational establishments, and especially in the seminary where young men are being trained for tho priesthood. Let us therefore nsk of the Sacred Heart that there may bo n school, no academy, no college and no somlnary In which the of Prayer will not be proper ly established and exercise Its benign Influence. Apos-tleship CONTRACTOR FOR AND FARM PROPERTY us about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE! WOWi estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1815 S. Twenty-slxtJ- a 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. St. Home Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee 36S SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular In TO. P. BANNON comos or salary, with so publlcltyl or rea tape. ixans 10 nouscjceopera CONTRACTING PLASTERER n their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Room 1, Courier-Journcumb. 8. 15I-415 S. Fourth Street. " al Y "SOUTHERN SLICED "All Ready STAB" BACON Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING A for Your Griddle Is the Morning" SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG, JR. AND GAS FEPTINa 718 West Jefferson Street Lonlsrlllo, Ky. SOS HAMS LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Guttering, Spouting Call Homo Phone City 721; TinRoofing, Repaired Roofs and Painted Cumb. Phone .Main 721. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. 2011 w Broadway, LonlsriUe. Ky. -- Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & A. Lazar, Manager Whole Family Money Advanced on Your Plain Note Two HAMBLY'S- Stores sia west Jefferson Street '(Second 'Floor) 20th and Portland. Shaw. 1716 18th and 'Magazine City 7164 Homo Phone City 2967. .-- All Kinds of Footwear For the Incorporated. LOAN CO. SOUTH CLOSE GREAT DRIVE. LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK JNO. P. MORTON & CO INCORPORATED f n W) UJiFlfLtfef?PLLS VJ r: rfr7S$$L " "THE --z. Pli,MTHAT.WILL," K LOUISVILUtt y THE FORD SHOP Give Us a Trial Free Road Service They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or ycur money refunded. ZZZ For Sale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-ce- nt lETUSKNOWt . Fourth and Central Avenue The final meek of tho membership drive of the nine San Francisco Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings DIviglons of tho Ancient Order of Deposits. A General Banking BusiHibernians was replete with sensa- ness Transacted. tional spurts by the various team's, and so close was 'the concluding struggle that it Is' impossible at this Both Phone 2406 time to predict the winner. Dlvls'on A 00 No. 12, Charles Hurley President, took the lead early In1 the " week, Adolph. Reutllnger with sixty new members signed up. Tabulations will bo mado by the DiINSURANCE rectors of the order at a meeting to TORNADO, LIABILITY AND be called. by President P. B, PLATE GLASS Avhen the results of the con123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET test will be officially announced. It Is certain, however, that the goal of CALL US FOR 5,000 new members has been passed In the final drive. Established 1820 - Loulsvlllo, Ky. OFFICE OUTFITTERS -- STATIONERS PRINTERS RKUTLINQKR FIRE. National Ma-hone- y, Incorporate Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn- Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). 124 W. Main Phones City 1250; Blaln 1400-Well-know- Supply Company Roofing and Y ANCIENT CUSTOMS. PEFFER MOTOR CO. 114 SOUTH FLOYD ST. PHONE CITY 1850 LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY .- Local and Ion? distance moving with Throwing old shoes after a bridal motor vans. Furniture, packing and Es- couple shipping. AH work guaranteed. dates back to tho ancient timates cheerfully furnished free of time when the delivery of a shoo charge. was used as testimony in transferA. ABBO&S St SONS ring possession of property. Yhen AUCTION ft 'STORAGE CO. giving up a daughter in marriage (Incorporated) the father handed the bridegroom 423 West Main Street a shoe-a- s a token that the Barents relinquished all further Tight to the RESENT INSULT. has ibeen called to meet In Washington early In December. This committee was designated by the Bishops' Conference to take Immediate charge of organizing and mapping out the work of the council, which is expected to play an Important role In tho national work of reconstruction, man, ALONE. ' Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kentucky Loulsvlllo - -- 1 :: Since mother went away; Sewer and Calvert Pipe, The parrot looks me In the face ' Banaea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steaa Condalts, PRAISES WAR RELIEF. Without a word lo say: clock's tho only thing that's Tle IWall Ceplnrf, Drain Tile, Vitrified BftcK, kept On the eve of relinquishing tho re Proofing', Flue Lining, Fire Brlclr; Fire as before lief woik in domestic camps, the Grate'aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. Knights of Columbus Committee on It makes the only nolae except" Tho squoakm' of the floor. War Activities has received a letter OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. of appreciation from Major General Her knittln's aa she left It thero Leonard Wood, commander of the PRIEST IS MAYOR. to You at the Nearest Phoaa" PHONES CITY "As Ner CUMB. MAIN 0O7. Upon the handy Thelf; Central Department. Ho says: O, Tho broom In the corner fly the orstand3 The Very Rev. Benedict Roth, "The service rendered WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge and If lath and Maftnelia. ganization ha? been cf real assistLeo, FUNERAL FkOW&RS Si B 1b Mayor of St.Mayor Pasco She where back herself; county, Fila. Tho first set it ance In the training of our men. It K of St. Leo waa Dr. Corrlgan. Ibrother of Her apern's hangin' xn tho hook has added to their personal comfort A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.0O camp. nnd contentment In It ha3 Beside the kitchen sink; the late Archbishop of New York. JA SPECIAL WREATH. $5.00 He held the office 'for a number pf I see thing overywhero I look also aided In the maintenance of Hive yonr Dora aa edaoatfoa ttat WW years, and Is among the most honThat made me think and think. high moral standards by surround.mn pej tj ored citizens of the town. During ing the men with the beet of ST. XAVIER'SXOLLEGE Itfrntec i Ataeraal KHt'ScletttfIctirTrM tho past three years the office of Her Bible's open awhere she read Mayor has been held by Father Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy The night hefore flhe went; 112 W. SreaAway, SoatavUle, Xy. FOR LESS MONEY. Roth, and he Mite fair to succeed The pillow where- sh'o laid her head OFFER TO ntlSH, Conducted by tbeXaverUa BroUjes Chirepedlst himself for many years to come. Builnesi Still plainly shows the dent; and Jlaaslcal, Bclentlfl6 ureearPreparatory lm.rs 507 The Town Clerk is an ecclesiastic In It's aK Juat as it was the day Sir Horace Plunkett, in an ad- wlmmlnr Pool. Wnll Deptrtment,Oymn. Equipped the local monastery, and two of the She left me to reflect, Stark dress Wore .the. National Liberal City Council are Benedictine Broth- Except thereat has went away Cluh ln'iLondon, deolared that the Brs Baajamla, "Mr. v"e telegraph Flowers Everywhere ers. The other offlokUa are mostly Got lonesome, I expect, path of wisdom for the Government Rnti Plimu 308 W. Jefferson St. and until recently one is to, mako to the Irish people an THE VERY BEST of them Was a "Guardian of Lib- I never realised bafore offer of thte fullest measure of Homo Phono 2550 erty." He advocated Riving How long theinlghtc could be; r The quietness tgtt more, and more to Ireland tho status of a Louis A. Broring, D. P. S. Oppressive, sowns to me: BARDSTOWN. , emlne dominion with certain reser- ;; But won't sb smash it when she vatlona covring the problem of mv gives B&rdatown Council, Knights of tlonal defense, leaving It to tho Columbus, will hav its third initia Me all the nbws she'll bring Irish people to settle their Internal difficulties .themselves. SOFT DRINKS tion this year on Sunday, 'November Pertalnin' to o r reiatrvea 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. .so. ATmngwnwue are now oeing She a huy v siting! 1' largest lade. W have the S. E. K1SBSR. made for the banquet tbkt will folIRfSn COLYiEGE RECTOR. nsk Pora xepatx hbop w that has not had to years.- for assist H , pendemt low the initiation. Many wHl take xoril BBNCH. advantage of this occasion to view Very Rev. Tr. Hagan. who has ance in the last live skilled service at reasonable the Imposing soldiers' monument In been vice rector pf the Irieh College Dash 10c aunt DE VALERA'S ITINERARY. S,L Joseph' churchyard, the first Judge Johal J. Goff has retired In Rome for the, past 'fifteen years, PBICBS BX OTJ Eamon De Valero, President of erected in tha country. f rtan the New York 'Supreme Court may be maimed succeeeor to the late Vowed la" "Axy Make Car year of vervloe, Msgr. O'RIordan In the reetoraMp of the Irish Repuhlic, waa thier week after tweaty4ty-eA L 5c great gatherings In Denr on paeftiag thelage limit' of seventy the collage at the nntei meeting greeted by WKLFARB COUJfCIL. GARAGE and Butte. and now Utkea'hU place among the of the Irieh hierarchy at St Pat ver. Osrden. Saat Iake NORTON BUILDINQ IRA J. DUOAN.t Dr. Hasan haa "ewwidnTCwe&td1rrt0hr; The Admlnlfrtir Geff waa rick's. Maynooth. Committee official wtfafoefa: Jude am an Foreman and General Cigars of the National Catholic Welfare bora la Wewford, Ireland, In kept the college on a solid finaaolal peoptote Seattle, Tacon X Manager and Port-- W. CeunoU, of which Arokbfcthop 1847. and as boy wa a irteymat foundation, and it 1 one of the very W.Corilir Fourth mdJiffifSW X ISIS SOUTH BROOK 8TRBBm ' Franeiaeo, to Obftlr-- of Parnetl. Hanha, ,of S few InatlUHoaa oJC itw Wnd in Roine m -- 11 DIAMONDS Watches and Jewelry girl. The throwing of rice is an old Hindu custom. In India rice is a most Important staple, and the use of it in ceremonies! is cimplematlc of life and ifrultfulnesisi. It served therefore as a very appropriate sym bol for the conveyance! of good wishes on the occasion of marriager! (The ring was tariglnally a (badge of servitude and was placed on the woman's ifinger to Indicate that she belonged to her lord and mastor. It's mighty still arcund the place (Protesting against a current raag- nzlne article by Rear Admiral William S. "Sims, in which he Is said to have charged the Sinn Fein party of Ireland with having l)een "openly during tho war, tho Irish National Bureau, In a letter to Secretary Daniels, made public "Monday, declares tho article "embodies an open Insult to millions of American persons for infeTentially charging that they have allied themselves, with a cause which was openly hostile to America in the groat war " PEOTZS'S PJIOVZOEKT ASSeCZATXCV Incorporated n Was Orgrasliea fey CittitM to Xaka x. ar b a Oa raraltar and other Taneaal Property at IOWISX SAXZI COLEMAN BUILDING THIRD AND JEFFERSON a E. COR. Both Phones 2816 ! H. I. BANHOK, Fretle-tn- t vvi i. ixaimvii PIPP m i P RANMON .-( 373-178- aw);iiiMr. p. lAKKON, JR., Viet Pns. tad Treat. t CORNS,BUNIONS Cf j Influ-encee- ." - SIDNEY'S a h 0. Bail!' non-Catho- lic t nt. FORDS REPAIRED iUGAH SMOKE Lady Little self-go- v- ; EPPING'S - HARPY'S! V DENTIST 900-90- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT e Hade Oc-ua- tr t ra' t i- -. ?, 'HL'-i iVu--' i C- -. 1-- . .! auk Ji.i&iKia , I Strt. j -i saBKracxJOne aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa1aAaaaaa HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Newi Notes. Division 4 xmulwukl ajmc&xlca2i KNIGHTS OP COMBlfS FALL IN LINE FOR FALL! SUMMER IS KSBH, vtvi f I A rOURTH AVCNUt Late News That Will Interest Member Hore and Else- where. SACKHD HEART ACADEMY, ls HERMAN STRAUS mKOfPOOAKO eae8e 1 SONS MARKCT STREET (4 Wc Qiv and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. FALL IS HERE ? And with it comes the psychological moment for your Fall Outfit. Our large and complete showing of Suits and Overcoats I c far surpasses any we have ever offered. The prices are still advancing and we hope that you will avail yourself of this most timely opportunity. '- i- ' )- - BUY NOW. t c c 3 i i i CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON t $YiHLyYyvyyy EYES--A Priceless Gift The cost o correctly fitted glasses is' insignificant compared with the priceless value of your sight. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, $4.50 case and cord complete 7Gc Extra Superior Shelltex Rims duplicate your old lenses. We fill your oculist's prescription or No charge for examination. mm 'Ssamf hlhUavino CU S Jfonxtfi Ave ZouisviUe.JQf I imv invr vvni ixui CREATE AN INCOME PRODUCING ESTATE Most business, professional and salaried men depend SOLELY upon their occupation for income. EVERy MAN should endeavor to create for himself an INCOME PRODUCING ESTATE. He is thus assured of TWO INCOMES when business conditions are good. If depression occurs he has the income from his ESTATE to fall back upon. THIS COMPANY believes it quite possible for every man The Ladles' Auxiliary at Mlnne-apol- The Ursallne Boarding1 and Say Sobool Tor airl miA Xoaag "Women. Is progressive and growing. of thirty-twTho San Francisco membership Tho class Initiated at Chlllicothe. ilrlvo closed with a net gain of over , CXSSCKKT XHil, KOUXSVXbXiB, XT. " Ohio, was ono of the finest yet held SPECIAL SALE NEXT WEEK. M 5,000. High Moral and Intellectual StandDivision 3 met last evening and' ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: by Fiaget, Council. Men's Union Suits $2, $2.25, Odd Lot of Men's Union Little Rock had a red letter Init hoard reports of the Entertainment Secretary, Saered Heart Aoademj. $2.50 and $3. Suits $1.80. Ccimnilttee. iation, and Pine Bluff has a big Drive, 3119 Cberokea FllM nllnllH' lsAlM rlh nfnn- clacs for this month. President John -- ..--KENTUCKY Fine quality of ribbed cotton; n white, gray or ecru; is still laid up .with a severe LOUISVILLB good make; sizes 40, 42, 44, 46; Tho new homo of Indianapolis iiitwwa, aujuiiui xiuiaiif uoiu WlB attack of rheumatism,, ready for occupancy Council will be fo.v;ui.T fit COrrPO.t.lV! l7oa 54 fn KM In $2.50 quality; special, Monday, for Fropci Q!asm within another week. 2, of San Francisco, tho Division $1.80 oldest in tho city, had a glorious The oHoMIilisT htold a council at Fort Wayne will regular or stouts; splendid val- - Men's High Rock Fleece-Line-d It3 golden Jubilee. celebration of bazaar next week for" the Siilrts and Drawers $1.23 Last week the Ladles' Auxiliary 815 BTARKS BLOCS., Phone Clt7 d Men's $4 Union benefit of SL Vincent's Orphan Asy Garment met at Richmond, Ind., and elected Suits $3.15, lum. Fsrarrlr with C. M. Wlirmoo A Bon. Mrs. Mary Nolan County President Genuine white back floeced; fThe initiation at Cold Water, Tho famous Bristol mako; fine Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Oregon Ohio, when asventy-thre- o quality, mado with trousor seat, every garment beart tho label; candidates elected Miss Anna Keanre as. has were knighted, was In every way a which means plenty of comfort first quality; sizes up to 46; speState President for the next two success. and wear; sizes 34 to 46; we cial, Monday, garment 91.SS years. sell them regularly at $4; special Men's High Tho fourth degree was conferred Rock Flccco-Linc- d in"Monday only The Hibernian Social Club , . ,$3.15 on 601 at the Milwaukee exemplifl Union Suits $2.50. vites entries for the dancing concation. Eleven hundred sat down Men's Cotton Underwear $1.00. test at the Norman Theater next Fine quality white back floeced, to the banquet. ruesday. Good quality of Elastic Ribbed which means plenty of warmth; The thousands of Knights In. Iowa Cotton Shirts and Drawers; sizes sizes up to 46; tpeclal, suit $2.50 The Irish history meetings of the are lined up with the American Leup ,to 46; mill menders of ?1.60 Ladies' Auxiliary at Sioux City are gion to keep "Big Bill" Haywood Men's Fine Silk Lfslo Socks 30c quality; special price, garment, interesting and provide pleasant enout of that state. Talr, Bo of Six for $2.23. tertainment for tho members. $1.00 About 750 members, 100 of whom fc HiK-M- mji Rnionnb1t-orvlr Tho famous Now Idea brand; Two weeks before the. .finish of were war veterans, received holy Men's Medium Weight Underwear made of especially prepared the drive nearly 4,800 new members communion at their annual mas3 In $1.23 Canucnt, thread and are freo from all dyo had been added to tho San FranSacred Heart efhureb, Oakland, Cal, fPtn nnnHtv f ilihrul AAftAm poisons; ccmo in navy """v"i-wTZT cisco roster ct the Ancient Order. . blue Employer Tho dream of a council at If You Are our toopeT spring neeaio ma-- ( sanitary white toes; famouswith for With the home stretch) of the San Iowa, has been realized, the in chines: slzra. Mrt. an tn Francisco membership drive In stitution taking place the last Sun' V drawers, 32 to 46; special, gar their comfort and wearing qualiAnd Need a Girl Worker, ties: SDeclal. Mnndav. nnJn JIU. sight the nine divisions were lined day In Octobor. The class numberment $1.25 box of six pairs OR up for a lively "pace and a sensation$2.25 ed al finish. j Flaget Council, at Chllllcathe, has Girl Th social drive of the San Fran- If You Are started a "penny drijl," tho sum to cisco Ladles' Auxiliary, at which tho tal to be laid asldo until Christmas Both Phones 1023 State President, Miss Agne3 TIerney, And Need a Position time, when it will be sent to tho Auto Delivery was hostess, was a moot pleading City 3359 diocesan orphans. US Main 3359 CALL and successful function. Saturday afternoon tho Knights Ladles' Auxiliary 9 of St. Paul of the city assembled In a body at Women's Activities, Initiated fifty new memhers last the Claypool Hotel and marched 212 WEST MARKET STREET. week, winning the 'banner Riven by National Catholic War Council with Notre Dome football team to the State for taking In the most the Indianapolis ball park. HIGH GRADE COFPEE members during thq recent drive. 057 South Fourth St. November 16 will be a great day More than 300 people attended offoolb 40c to OOo Near Broadway. for tho Knights of Iowa City. With the party of Division 3 In Indianap- East Side Fourth, 80c to $1.25 Tca,ll the initiation of returned soldiers QAMILLE DETERT, olis, when E. J. Sexton explained Coco, lb. and other nion the membership will 40c , the drive now on for new members. Baking Powder be well on tho way to 700. 30c to OOo Employment Bureau. A number of applications .were reExtract, partuho 30o New councils havo juat been in ceived. 2Co Pio Filling stituted at Charlton and Esthervllle, Egg Mitt ( 20 eggs f or 2C) PERFECT FITTING 25o Texas Hlbornlans at their convenlowa, ana another is being organ tion at San Antonio elected Paul ized at Albla. This gives the State "ResoluSPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES a 'boost of over 200 new (members O'Brien State President. tions pledging loyalty to church and country and urging recognition of BASKETBALL. tho Irish Republic were adopted. Tho organization of a Falls Cities As 'a result of the San Francisco TWO-PIEC- E Basketball Leaguo was considered drive, Hlbornianism has been stiinu-- , at a meeting of representatives of lated in other sections contingent to SUITS basketball teams of Louisville. New tfu.t city, and Judge .Bernard J Albany and Jefforscnville which was Flood, State President, Three-piec- e is laying held at the Y. AI. I. club house In plans to extend tho campaign for New Albany Thursday night. The new members, all over California. meeting was called by Kenneth At the County Convention held at WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. Coyle, of tho Calumet Club. Teams Minneapolis all divisions reported an represented at the meeting are tho BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. increase over previous yeara, and Y. M. H. A. team, Baptist Seminary Oculists' Prescriptions. the officers state that Hennepin team and Trinity Council, Y. M. I., county will this year have a greater increase than any previous year SOUTHERN .OPTICAL COMPANY team, of Louisville; Apollo team, of JeJiersoavlllo, and the Carlton Club known In Its hlstoiy. All the old nCCOJUPOBATED- INCORPORATED team, uaiumet oiud team, Y. m. c officers were unanimously A. team and the Y. M. I. team of Fourtl and Chestnut. o, evening. will meet next Monday Sixty new members received "tha dogrecs last Sunday at Dea Moines. Indianapolis Council la3t week conferred the first degree on a class MEN WILL PLEASE NOTE! WINTER UNDERWEAR well-know- ty Hen-nw- sy BECKER f Wool-Mixe- an i I & fifty-fiv- e. , a Worker alC-98a- JOHN M. MULLOY OD MEN- TRY US suits $1.50 $1.75 Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. HARRY B. DRIVER, President. & - HOLY ROSARY BAZAR. Now Albany. to 'create an estate through the facilities it provides. Call in person or write for particulars. plcasuTahle interest has1 been aroused by the announcement JOHN B. RATTERMAN of tho bazar to be given In the auditorium attached to Holy Rosary Academy, Fourth and Park avenue. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Reports show active work upon the f part of all committees, and there will be live attractions for every 2114 WEST MARKET STREET moment from the .opening till tho A number of handsome close. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberlanp booths will add zest and. plauancy West 1107a. to the bazar, where articles suitable for holiday gifts will be offered at prices that will not add to the high cost of living. 3IucU AUTUMN SOCIAL. ovenlngs Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 Tuesday and Wednesday tho Willing Workers will give a lotto for tho benefit of St. Peter Claver's church In the school For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. hall, 526 Lampton street Tho games will bo called each evening More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total at 8:15. There will !bo plenty of chickens and a supply of delicious deposit of more than $10,000,000, i3 the monument of confidence built by the homo made cakes. bank. Hot lunch and people of Lonisvillo at this safe, conservative refreshments also will be served. A MARKET AT SECOND cordial Invitation Is extended to all UNDER THE BIG CLOCK to come and partake of tho pleasures" of each evening. Next LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK REAL VAUDEVILLE BOYS. MEMORIAL SERVICES. 10$$t Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2,850,000. I The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company Columbia Building Fourth and Main BROWN yVSI & MELVILLE MW of-t- ho , & 3 cater especially to tho trade of working people. It is our aim to .handle only tho best goods, made In Union Factories. Being out of the HIGH RENT DISTRICT our prices are lower than elseworking class, we mako our where, and knowing tho wants ' prices right and tho terms to suit every purchaser. We have a department In which we handle tho used goods which wo sell either lor cash or on payment. We solicit a call to look over buy You will receive courteous treatment whether you l EMt.S or not v "We eep-ara- te our-goo-ds. matics last year. Last year's players will be represented In the evening's performance, and also some of the other members of the immediate families will take part, and therefore a largo attendance is expected. Tho college boys will here be given an opportunity to show themselves in tho musical lino, and will be assisted by tho St. Xavier orchestra. Reserved seat tickets are now on sale at the college. AIOnSTIOE CELEBRATION. On Tuesday night, November 18, tho St. Xavier College Athletic Association Is to put before the people of Louisville a vaudeville entertainment, one that will be In keeping with and rendered as wore tho dra- CIO FISHR With the proceeds of the bonds It will be possible to restore Ireland's strength, her health, her beauty and her wealth. HENDERSON. Funeral services for Dr. John Young Brown, who died at Phoenix, Ariz., weae held at Henderson on Monday afternoon from the residence of David Clark by tho Rev.' R. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnut and 434 S. Twelfth YyVVVTfVYYVvYVVYvvvvvvvY.rfVVYV i ;it ( gVVVYVYVVYV'YYVJ 3ETOKt SHE v t 1 m MMK-rau- WASHING INCORPORATKD by tho Rev. Father Louis, MacWn Council will celebrate tho Edwardassisted Lynch. Pallbearers were anniversary of the signing of friends from St. Louis. Interment first the armistice with a grand bail! was Gov. Monday night at the club house on John beside his father, former Young Brown. Twenty-sixt- h Special North street. arrangements and an excellent proEUCHRE AND LOTTO. gramme havo bean worked out toy the Social Club, with the Intention On November 27, afternoon and of making this the social event of evening, will Ibe a grand the fall season and a fitting tribute euchre andtbJere party at the Church lotto to the hoys of tho A. E. P., without of Our Lady Hall, Thirty-fift-h and whom the war would not have been Rudd. -- Committees are busy with won. preparations and will have many special prizes for the players and RECEPTION FOR SOLDIERS. spectators. Fathers O'Fallon and Spencer, St. There was a great attendance Sunday afternoon at St. Michael's cemetery, when tho Joint memorial 1529 WEST services for the faithful departed of St. Boniface: and . St. Martin's churches were held. These services are very impressive and solemn, alternating with sermons and blessings. This year the blessing of tho graves was by one of the priests City 2380. from St. Martin's church, with St Martin's choir singing tho hymns, and one of the priests from St. Boniface preaching. After the services flowera were placed on the graves all through! tho cemetery. This J service always takes place on Al! Souls' day. 0 B. CHESTNUT EUCHRE AND LOTTO. 717-71- THOMAS KEEN AN MARKET STREET ..BVCJ:iS:BIiJLV DIRBCXOR.. Mala 2X80-T. B. and Embalmer L. DirectorB.AX Funeral liODISVniliB, K7. i Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, near Oak, next Friday afternoon and evening, and the Committee on Ar rangements announce that a bit' supply of Thanksgiving turkeys havo been secured to he awarded, as prizes. Games will (be called at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. ACADEMY SONG RECITAD. , A euchre and lotto will be given by St. Louis Bertrand's; church at HOME PHONE 88 WltfrWtVlVHVVVtVVVWV3971-CUMBERLAND MAIN y J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. J SOAPWgJKS t t ttuuvu Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. Plane have been perfected by Circle, Daughters of Isabella, for an entertainment Catholic societies of tho community will give to Catholic soldiers and. Red Cross nurses who served In tho world war. The entertainment will be In the nature of a homecoming reception the evening of November 14. in St. Augustine's auditorium. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. CHIEF aUSTIOB WHITE, !! BY MAGICKELLER SOAP WORKS kAAiaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Where the Quick Meal Comes In Wfeare Wfeere The NoverrJber meeting of the Queen's 'Daughters was held yesterday afternoon at the KnJghte of Columbus Home, and the attendance was very gratifying Encouraging roporte were received and much progress was made for the Christmas Shoppe. FRIENDS OF FREEDOM. brigbtetit tfae J bone work eal etasda eemwa lightest; Where the eooked beat; the Whwe'the the test That's rage Mdek where Meal" the M Where work to quickly doae; Where cooking noMua real fan; Where baklBg gtrea delight; Where drudge 1a oat ol sight That's where "Qetek Ma" eoMM , QuUk Meal Gee IaUllel ml Hifthly Mm ni GEHER & SON, a w mJ&t The American Commieeion on Irish Independence, with headquarters at 411 Fifth nvenue, Tfew York City, with Hon. Frank P. Walsh ae Chairman, T. J. Malony as "Director of Finance, and Col. F. H. Callahan as Director of Organization, has nmed representative men 'In thirty-nin- e States &i Chairman, who will OBNTURY eonduot a campaign for tor Dona certMOMes, wman win some time next month. Thomaa The Holy Pi F. Magitlre, of LoutovtUe, te Chair- fa oangratuteiad man for Kentucky, and Patriek MoOarthy. of Ryan, of Indianapolis, tar Indiana, one hiidrSlh -- Edward Dougflas' White, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, bora In the parish of Lafourche, Louisiana,- - celebrated his seventy-fourt- h Monday. birthday nouns. Though post the retirement age, Jiwfcico White prefers to remain Tbe Forty Hours' (Adoration has is one of tho hardest workbeen appointed for the Church of ers on tbe flench, i Our Lady for Sunday, November 16 The impressive services will open ISN'T SQUARE DEAL. with high! mass, under the direction Arthur' Brisbane eayt "Ninety-nin- e of Rev. Martin O'Connor, tho pasmillion five hundred thousand tor, and will conclude the followlnt citizens are more Important than Tuesday evening. Father O'Connor 500,000 coat miners. The 95,600,-00- 0 will ibe assisted by a numher of the must be protected first, even local clergy. though temporary1 injustice or apBRIDGE PARTY. parent deprivation of rights should be inflicted upon ihe 500,000." But The annual (bridge party arranged why should the 500,000 suffer for what to not entirely their own fault? by the Auxiliary of the Oood ShepIf any group should suffer why not herd for the benefit of the convent select the numerically smaller one, at Eighth and Madison, Is to be the mine owner. !I it entirely fair given next Monday at the Henry to wibjeot the pojr and the poor Watterson Hotel. Many tickets have only to the temporary. injutlce and been soot out In the hope of raising deprivation of righto? That cer a fund sufficient to Install a heating plant. A pleasant tainly U not the popular conception time Is assured all who participate. of 6be square deal A song (recital that will be a real musical treat will take placo Wednesday afternoon at Holy Rosary Auditorium.-Four- th and iPark avenue, beginning at 2:30 o'clock. It will be given by Anna Louise week, a contralto who has achieved a high place in musical circles and who will present a programme of real merit. Saa I frM-M-frM- -l 3BB.st ! Main Hrreet. frH-M"H-- M HI t H I 1 ttHH t ! DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, forty i: Funeral Directors and Embalmers I BOTH PHCXTCES. Climb. Main i " ; 209S-- a !r-H4M"Hfl'tllMH- ! sMogeeeeg SMITH'S SON GRAN W. AL.gS. SMITH, IPROP. Homo City 390S X hH" much-need- ed ! Funeral Director and Embalmer HfBACKRD'. URXINGTON. BOTH PHONES 8f0. m-g- in Ireland, on bin M111. Maragret Bgan and Mr. BMdiot XV., er. Arthur Mary Mitabell, of Iieaclngton, have Kn' to Baltimore to visit Mrs. tU& Mrs. Kate Komw linmiiiiiiiitmiwim(iMtmnni SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS.