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Kentucky IrIsh American i 4 BROWN TAXI MTUISCNT pur CMKnH.SCimtt UAyr " Every LcHrisvW incorporated prler an Escort. Cmlittl Tufcak to. $ VOLUME XLIII.-N- 20. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. and stones were freely used, and of old subscribers. Remember, there thJ lower board, who led the ticket Ing that ir Sinn Fein had not known belts were removed and forcefully will be nc further canvas for an in the recent election, was relogated the authorities intentions berore- "yfiar.. Cardinal Gibbons, haa Bwung. There also, were a lew re- other to the ranks of the privates and his hand hundreds of the delegates to A Captain and a highly commended the work of the volver shots. Job as President given to Jake tho convention would have befen arprivate of the troops were badly Red Cross, which as an organization Isaacs, who rinlsjied d rested or worse may have befallen wounded. The police eventually dis- Is recognized as filling a necessary v-in a riem or twenty-foin the them. Is it any wonder that the I way persed the crowds and got the office for the nation. In no Councllmanid race. Thin la Ann p. Government Is dazed when It finds with any, local charitable Administration to Cut a Big to' spike Dumas' Mayoralty ambi - B'nn Fein virtually using its own Boasted Port In tho War Exposed Three, Proposed Parliamentary. Bills soldiers back to their barracks. , oraRBizatieta,. it steps ..in .and afdn SwaUi 'With Taxpayers' tV, r Are Looked Upon as Scraps Now In Official Docu them wHen needed. nd Jtleri, when WORLD'S UNREST. his feud with Chos Searcy and la P"5e of mind by merciless public- . the work Is, done, retires, without MO e. uaiieu. aiaies win uo Taper. now cavorting in tho G. O. P. ranks' of ." ments. Cardinal O'Connell recently gavo""-""-"0f- . with the Mayor's bee buzzing In his m rwerence to me scarcn oi us '?Z "" rt wo are unaDie vc an earnest and opportune address qa Burllngamo, bonnet. Rose and stuiur cimzen3 What it should do is to issue Potty also have tho same, ambition, the 'worm's unreit, as caused; iajr," r by craze for amusement ' and Voters but to date Sheritr Will Ross has a "hands oft" ultimatum to England. Americans Outnumber British, Armies Never Assent to Any Plan for largo part "Will thousands, of and tho riches which are supposed ?S. whencall and sent nurses were set such a dizzy pace for the job Play a Good jfko on Them to different to make for happiness, and by envy kept on where most needed, the Mutilation of That WAS LONG HiL. Ten to Ono at Argonrw that tho rest are having a hard time localities when on the part of many of those who selvsjjj.' following in ils wake. But look Nation. modical and other supplies were , SIcuso. are richer than themselves Ho had Dr. James T. Shannon, fourty-si- x out for a united combination against and no criticism for a just and rational sent out in large quantities Ross and. already you, can hear tho years old, died Wednesday at his rethousands desire for one's share of the good ceiving' theof lives' saved throughcritiy j.i small fry of tho proper care at tho clan home In Lexington after an illness things of a certain Dominion diligence this world, and so long as cal time, ir you have not met your Swagnr Sherley Wfhld Bavq, Saved aplylng tho anvil chorus on the of two years' duration Howasono nrltam.8 Fighting Nothing Short of Absolute in seeking them, Strength at dee you can Sheriff's nmbitiA. your Ono of tho Camp Taylor Far; the City of these disturb not our senso of pro- district collector the local make Cross OI Var "ftS 0nly Iloraa Rulo Will Ever really strong men In tho party not surgeons In tho country, and was subscription at Red portion, our realization of what aro headquarters In the Speed building. Satisfy. , LouisttHe. getting a call Is County Attorney known to .practically every turfman 403,000. the bettor things.- God has made Matt Chilton. who raced at tho Lexington track. us of soul and body, and we havo To help the poor old "hick" Are Ho wa3 a graduate of St. Mary's POPE RECEIVES ENVOY. a right to the goods of both,. He department our pavements aro now College, Marlon county, and ot tho ftT" ' WANT continued: The Associated Press cables tiora THE FIELD AGAINST WHAT THE HUSH PEOPLE ROSS. being cluttered up with signs sup- veterinary college ot the University OLD JOHN BULL'S BLUSTERING. "All this T wish to say merely to posed to keep autos and vehicles ot Glasgow, Scotland. He Is suremphasize tho fact that I havo Rome that for the first time since ot the world war, away from flro cisterns, but tho vived by his widow and threo chilstriven in my own way, as far as the declaration on Sunday officially real intention is to tell our crude dren and by a rormor my powers reached, to inculcate Pope Benedict received in prlvato audlonce a repnremon wnere tne cisterns are. Mayor John Skaln. Attention was ailed From a recent lsme of the Dublin among tho people of oun church that resentative or Truths long concealed during the leading Sinn It Is their Tight and due as far as the Central Powers, columns last week to the in these You'll sco these signs whore an Dally Independent," the principal war aro now coming out In official wo take the their ability goes, as far as the real Baron Johann von Gobsattel, Secre causes of . Democratle defeat in the automobile Is not parked onco a Fein paper of Ireland, EXPRESSES GRATITUDE. documents. Here aro some of the or tho Bavarian legation, following: contentment of lire allows, as far as tary arrived in Rome to prepare who recent election aa. tho defeat of week. In addition to having troublo most Interesting suppressed facts for a London conIt is reportednoInfewer than three the true values or lire permit, to ha3 return of the Bavarian Minister. Swagar SherleyTfor Congress last locating the fire cisterns tho' "hick" Cahnnnl. p.hruilnfn nt Ihn recently disclosed: Cancn the temporary that gain and acquire and enjoy and use Diplomatic relations, were year. Tho defeats, were attributed firemen are having troublo finding famous Blue Devils, who has beon In Mrs. Humphry Ward's third not lntor-- to the fact Monday evening there tho tno good things or tho world, the bills purporting to effect an thatjtsero are a good was fires. volume of the history ot tho war. a flro Just east of Twenty-rourt- h tho distinguished guest of the'Unlted settlement have beeu drafted for things that are really good or the Bavaria during the war. voters wfeese , uppermost Tho.l!?an duo puonsnes ior xne pasi lew weens, is l,s consideration by the Cabinet, but If world. God knows we do not want Nuncio remained in on Maple. fire- Buues to Our ,s. .FVW return to fc kept by tiui, a confidential n,i.. motn fntnris bear anyassomh- - our people to bo forever In a condi- tho Bavarian Minister Munich, whllo i iilU5ni and thlsmass on President men attached the hoso to noble plug aboutFrench High France. Sent by chart the first time British General a fire care nothinc tho accredited to Wilson, Commission, of the has been Wo want them the lance to the outline which compared tion of for State, city county afrairs on Maple street, Ju9t threo doors Staff revealing tho exact fighting to enjoy the rights equally with Tho Holy See resided in Switzerland. When they can getgkn opportunity to trom tho flro, and then to tho sur- which he is a member, his mission strength given the bills can only be indirect relations with Bavaria of Great Britain in France in America wa3 to vlalt tho various with the three scraps of paper with those. about them, and to attain to which tho Vatican maintained were take a slap at twPreeldent. They prise ot tho bystanders grabbed tho committees of the Fatherless Chll- - from January, 1916, to ho day of which certain adroit manipulators the positions In life which are due respected by tho Italian will vote ngainal eir nelghbbr or hoso and all went "blickoty blick" drcn of Franco, an American organ- - tho armistice. It shows that la 1918, Government. -- manage from time to time to gull to their Intelligence, to their IntegTwenty-fourtgoing away Izntion jfown Immediate out The Pono and Cardinal flnsnarrl. with a similar; when America had two million men i..ni.ont inri nn.qiisnectlntr members rity, to ther laibor and to their 'per- the Panal Secretary of State, ditrlnir some ono of t family ir they Ink they can from tho fire ontlrely. Finally an ono in raris or wjmon Marshal Jortre m Franco, and of theso 1,330,000 In the fcchemo "most severance." f tiin nnWip Assistant Chief rounded up tho Is tho head, and express to them tho were actual combat troops, Creat the day received Monslgnor Alois! , register a robnkei Wilson and the to Hut His Eminence would also Masella, who favored" partition Is, accordingwrit League, ot Natio: d "while manr hicks" and brought them back, but gratitude of his country tor the aid Britain's fighting strength was lose Just returned to, the report we have referredassent to make It clear that tho great bulk of Lisbon, whore has was staitloned from of them profess t" bo intelligent tho flro had burned merrily in tho rendered to the poor little home'ess than halt a million. Also that In the durlie will never humanity can bo happy without luxlarge, Irishmen the many and meantime. Tho samo thing happen orphans of the war during the past decisive battle of the Argonne-Meus- e any plan for tho mutilation of their uries; and It is no advantage to ing tho revolution, remaining there- enough to unden until tho resumption of ints of the ed in the South End recently. There three years through its plan of long 54G.000 Americans wero actually Partition was indignantly those who, dn the nature of things, relations between Portugaldiplomatic different tcclinii nation. and the Fifteenth and rejected hororo by the Irish people can not attain riches, to have their Holy See. Both the Pope and Car- much discussed "IMMtf t yet Uiev was a flro. neardepartment came meet plead t that thoy Magnolia and the and if proposed again it willhands. minds poisoned by the breeders ot dinal Gasparri conversed at length aro notguilty to Intelligent h to. scratch out Twelfth to Oak, down Oak to class hatred. This is the work ot with Monslgnor Masella about tho with a similar fate at their in order to vote. ticket. The Fifteenth, out to Magnolia, then up Any Government honestly inclined the devil; and we see it In oveiy important questions ho will have as. emphas- - to Twelfth again, thence back to to contrive a just and durable set- land. Tho world ds going mad on solve in hia now post as Nuncio to action of these to of tmp Taylor Twelfth and Oak, from where they tlement would, after the lessons u. tho subject ot riches and pleasure. Chile, to which country he will pro- ized this week British armies in Franco any-They played this old friends. removal report, one knows, started. It Is teeming with bitter discon ceed after a rest the past, exclude partition, un..-wuero irom two muuon to lour game several times warn tho Govern- tent. The Christian accepts mateCongress former disguised. We ar Shor million men. Mrs. Humphry Ward's PLEASANT BIRTHDAY. ts, for tho and tho residents never did figure ley was directly ment that the Irish people will re- rial goods, In whatever righteous statement In tho second volumne of NEW CLASS BEING FORMED. embodying parti- way they come to him, as blessings out whether the reel, engine and bringing ot the ftmytJtb and it gard any proposal InA delightful party was- given her war history, published In 181,7; came He was hook and ladder wero playing "tag, time ' tion In any. shape or form asCertain from God, and is grateful for them. All girls desiring to Join the new sorely at aneed o Monday night to celebrate the seven- that the British armies wero bearing The pagan principle la Just to get English mathematics ip carry you're It," or whether they just teenth birthday of Miss sult to tholr nationhood. la class Is no Pearl Winn the brunt of tho battle, did not Unionists cry out that there separa- them and to attach such an exagger- being formed are asked towhich is it over tne war Camp couldn't find tho fire. seem call at iTaylor did for Union or The old town Is sure havinc its at the home of her parents, Mr. and theroforechart of to be exaggerated. ated importance to them as to be the office and give in their names to alternative to tho real But the British General Every home rule till Intro- mlserablo without them. troubles just now and Thanksgiving Mrs. John Winn, 1742 Shelby street. Stafr,thowhich she now publishes. tion. estate men and eral the Catholic War Activities Council, a duced, every suggestion of baB satisJBw agar day won't mean much to tho Now Albany. Those present were shows that the earlier statistics wore is too. well kno CB7 South Fourth street This will been factory settlement offered, EDWARD KENNEDY. t- tho citizens ot Loulsvlllo. Between the Mlssea Rose Connolly, Helen Blr, grotesque exaggerations. The be a class and on a. dif- Sherley, the niaa denounced by them as fraudulent Koystoners operating our street Helen Llpps, iDolllo Paulsen, Iona righting strength in January, actual camp here, andj. lid; a night from office training 19116,, Llpps, Estclla ConEdward Kennedy, fifty years old ferent on Thursday. the The rest room record in Con and dishonest, hut no greater fraud )o Hone cars and the Keystoners drawing Lo Gate, Elta class Itself was g Lorenia. Schmidt, Leona ui tuu uwuau uuvpa 111 r ranee, wi.u than the act of union Prof. Dicey and a and popular resident 13 now open every night until 9 in tho whole iIWMMHUJ MfR": big rat salaries as policemen It sure nolly, offlclal chart ehows, was 470.000 and ever perpetrated. Even Turnlug to or the West End, passed peacefully o'clock and- - any ladies who can candidate, for You hard t yar. looks like a your winter. you are Schmidt Filey her cousins Ida and men; in July. 1916. 680.000. and on Blanche and Chester Taylor. makes this admission. Into eternal rest early Sunday chnporono one night a month ore The Board of In danger ot life when ride ciurus: tho eve of the Battle of Vlmy Ridge, tho Dominions, Wo And In their sys- morning at the home or his brother- - .aeked to call Main or City S359. associations a; bbMfts tho street oars and if you walk at In a drawing' contest prizes were April, 1917, tho British strength tem of government an alternative to awarded to Miss Iona Le Gate and night you, are in danger of haying James Lyons, 1725 Bank who artf now tut reached Its maximum in Frasee. union or separation. Without inter- street. From October 7. 1887. to xnoso wuo cnaperoned the first part and lamenting,"; your cranium, caved In by the Miss.- Estella. Connolly. or novemDcr are Miss Bessie they are 760,000 combat troops. From, this ference from Londonown affairs;free May .1. 1918. whon he retired, ha numerous holdup men and thugs, in Mrs. .Joe Morgan, Mrs. HvJ, nwvaU- of: to flghtinfc 'V. Groat Britain's to manage all their jarpjERIOR GENJHERE.A point ." CaatdK, expendi- was a launiui memoor oi xne pouce. Martin, Mrs. Mary "Mailon.1 TTriir 'flttottt' strengtjgtadjially, lessened." .In..ths.. control tholr revenue and lorce, well HKod by his superiors Thos. A. Brocar, Misses Margaret returned to Congress, although' out stone police a joke sure enough. ture and to regulate their trade and-' and overy member ot the depart ana Mary uoylo, Mrs. A reception tendered Rev. imhih; uiiuiua 01 uio Minnie V. ot sneer gratitude Jit was their duty. Every Saturday now we havo a day- Brother Bernard,was P. X., Superior months of the war 620,000 last xufee We have in these col- ment. During his long service ho. Bosche, Miss commerce. English, C. light robbery on Fourth street and Alice and Bona Cahill. The voters achieved Scotch, umns consistently advocated a full was nevor censured and residents on purpose. (Mr. Sherley was de- the pace is getting so hot that the General of the Xavlerian Brothers, pared Irish and Welsh troops comas their Dominion home rulo for Ireland with 1,330,000 at St. WORLD'S GREATEST SINGER. feated, by only 1,000 votes and; a detectives are resorting to locking afternoonXavler's Colloge yesterday actual fighters. On the American ' a whole. This is our lrreouciuiu his beat enjoyed a reeling or secur .day tho by tho teachers and stuup one another to pad tho arrests. ity. His only survivor is his sister, man sent in his', place who has n'6vor minimum, and nothing short of ,it Mrs. James Lyons; dents. An "orchestral and musical armistice was signed Great Britain's John! McCormack, probably the created a ripple and, half the public The funeral was" will ever satisfy the Irish' people. programme was rendered and short fighting strength was 465,000rTherb meet popular from the world, BLUEGRASS IN .MOURNING. Federal lines Trill, It Is suggested, held large St. Patrick's church,, and will appear in singer in on Novem- wouldn't know who our Congressaddresses wore made by Brother wore then two million American In Loulsvlllo attendance was indeed a man was If1 the Louisvlile Herald followed in the cetttement sup the be ber 21. This will be without ques- didn't continue to repeatedly print Lexington and the Blucgrass sec- Isidore, Provincial; Brother Benja- Franco, posed to be contemplated uy mo tribute of respect. was tho Princlt.nl. Thcmna M. tion --the greatest musical attraction his picture. tion is If "Mr. Sherley had James, mourning the death of Mayor min. John T. Hennessy. Tho Ahell (theItArgonne-Meus- American advance in nvmin.nf. What Federal lines I reaching a point ever announced for Louisville, and been guest o years and 'C Rogers, NEW ALBANY. would havo The term "Federal" has been intro there McCormack will, draw people) from been no danger oMoslng Camp Tay- old, following a long Illness result- of honor made the closing address. on the river Meuso oppostto Sedan merely to misioaa, as in i duced on November 6, which made further Miss Nellie Cook and James Lopp, all over .the State of Kentucky. Tho lor. Here's reflection, for. 'tho Ideal ing from a general breakdown. Born some politicians sought to persuado Gorman resistance hopoless. F,ot HANDSO.ME SOUVENHtS. public that tho Mil of that year popular young people of New Al- managers of tho concert, Bradford trade bodies and the antMVllson In Lexington, the son of John and the this was the enemy's main line of and Ann McAllister, ho attended St. was a Colonial, measure of home bany, wero quietly married at Holy Willisthoy Merle Armitagc, state voters. will take very special care Paul's school and graduated trom Extensive preparations aro "being communications, and "nothing bat n rule because It gave us powers simi- Trinity rectory Saturday evening. that Here's another Joke the of orders, Kentucky June, 1876. mode bv the lndinn of SL Paul's surrender or an armistice could save lar to those enjoyed hy the colonies, The Rev. Charles Curran performed they will see that all peopleand; that and. of Nations In July ofUniversity in year young church, Pleasure Ridge, for a euchre the German army from complete the same but wittingly they omlltted to men- the ceremony. Daniel Ferguson and from a distance havo good coming voters play on themselves. In their Rogem as General Porshlng went to work in the Sher-- . and lotto party which will take .disaster." tion that the bill conferred only ho Frank Biggs wore tho attendants. McCormack as the first in a seata, fear of losing- their vote- by scratch or n restricted powers of the States Do- Following the ceremony the bridal ot three concerts, tho others series ing they voted for an indorsement Iff's office under Major R. G. Thoma3 place at St. Helen'3 Commercial Club offlclally telegraphed. General la- - dendorfr's belncr couple d&partod on an extended wedmemoirs also leave no a month's trial was approvinces Included within tho ot tho present, misfit "reform" ad and afterDeputy Sheriff. He was diesTuesday, NovemberIt 25, be The ueu-mssympnoay orchestra and to pointed In charge expect a most doubt on this point. The German Federation Implies the ding trip. Mfcs Cook is a daughter wjo minions. l. Aimeiita Single admis- ministration and' this week tax- elected to the office of Sheriff or successful ovent, as many handsome Chief Quartermaster Genoral writes: voluntary act of States possessing of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook, 1722 sions payers and merchants, big, and .little, Fayette county in August, 18S6, as- and costly souvcnlns have been do- for McCormack will bo $1.10', Such States Shelby street "Wo calculated on forcing a full were notified that there had been suming his duties In January or the Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Anderson, who t,t.v unu td.ou, incoming tax. There will be prizes for Blon on tho Western front before tho may agree to a distribution of the big Increase in their assessment. following year. Ho was a players and- and a gold legislative powers between a Cen- had been visiting Mrs. Anderson's. could arrive. Our When tho taxpayers went to tho In 1889. his term expiring with tho prizo of, $5 will be awarded at tho American troop3estimated In April. ELECTION IN DECEMBER. experts tral or Federal Parliament and motnor, jars, jonn O'urien, CatherCity Hall to. register a protest they year 1830. . After leaving tho Sher doSr Games will start at 3 o'clock naval that in order to transport one Provincial legislatures. In ine Place, have gone on a visit to 1917, State or At a tho told existing circumstances the term friends in Memphis, Hot Springs nations well attended meeting nomi- wero sorely that hoed administration iff's office Mr. Rogers wont to work and 7:30 and supper will be served million American soldiers In a In, ot money; be as assistant cashier In the Central at 5 o'clock. The proceeds will bo reasonable time would require fivo applied to an Irish settle and Dallas J)ofore going to New Joseph's for central officers of St. was "Federal" Orphan ment Is absurd and meaningless. Orleans, where they Willi spend the Sunday afternoonSociety were made cause or tne raises given our Key- Bank, where he remained during devoted to tho interest of the minion tons of shipping. Such a in St. Boniface stone police, the "Hick" flromen, tho yearo 1801 and 1892. TJio fall church, and it is hoped a neat sum quantity of shipping, i view or tho What Englishman would dream or winter. Hall as follows: and In fact everyone that stood in of 1892 found him again In political will be' realized. asking a Parliament to deal exclunecessity tor maintaining supplies iPresldent John Tobe, Joseph with the FLIES DAILY. machine. The .life and foe was elected Clerk of the sively with English affairs? Ireland to tho Western powers, could not Heltzman. apart from "reform'' admlristration reels that Fayette Circuit Court, wljlch office BENEFIT FOR CHURCn. In this matter stands bo spared even temporarily. . . . Yet Vice President D. Luhhsm. is has been, given on Indorsement ho held four consecutivo terms. His During tho business of closing out Great Britain, just as much a3 "'" "C"V" vuuio ill uCJl BlvttlOl Vvrf Tottdov tttamnr, nr,A did the welfare activities, in the British Charles Pfeffe'r. polls and from now on. will last term expired in 1915 and In at the Australia or South Africa Recording Secretary Henry Hell, be spending money like a drunken January of tho next year he became tng members of the congregaUon'umbhe tnan,h w when they were accorded tho right Isles hy tho Knights ot Columbus, Ben Voll. th dec,slTO sailor. Horefs a sample; Tho Ghlef Lexington's Mayor. Mr. Rogers was will entertain with a social and card ?sfs'b1?; tho' 1 l ,war' to rule themselves In the freest and which has lust been completed. -- Financial Secretary . Hubbuch, of the Keystoners announced some a member of Bluegrass Council, party In St. Mary's Hall, Eighth and ,fa?or fullest manner consistent with Im- William J. Mulligan, Chairman of Joseph Schaedler. nterestlng contossions tooneflt or the church. changes, the, department Knights of Columbus, and had serv- Cedar, tor perial unity. The concession otull the Overseas Committee, has been Corresponding Secretary Albert tho otherIn day. police Laird, who ed as. Grand Knight of the local Elaborate the preparation km been m.av bo added tho appalling figures to the Dominions, enabled, to transact his, duties with, Kopp, Camf. publlshod for tho Louis Rausch. did. not go to France with tho First council and District Deputy and mado to Insure a pleasant time and ot war losses now Budget Instead or weakonSng, lhas strength- dispatch between 'Paris and. London. Committee All frionria first tlmo by the ened the ties which unite the Em- The Knights decided wltll the de- F. Treasureii William F. Mavr. r.. Regiment, was. made. Night Chler State Deputy. He belonged to St. manv dwdraWn nriifta Hartlug. of Father Westermann and members of the French Chamber of Deputies, The Government deceive, parture of tho mine sweeping divispire. and Night Chief WintersmiUr was Peter's Catholic church. The "The guiding, rule of my life' or tho congregation are invited to snowing me meuaureiess oiooasnea, themselves If they think that any ion, or. the, navy from thq North Sea Sundayelection will ho held th third made Business Director of the in December. sufrering and Mr. leas than to closo out their welfare work and scheme of rolfco Department. This' is a strict everyRogers once, said, "is to keep help anake this deserving affair a to June, 1919, losses or France. Up 1,334,400 Frenchmen full Dominion home rule will satisfy Mulligan made a dozen trips across violation of tho charter, and Petty Dy mypromko 1 make, arid to stand. success. CABINET WORRB3D. man ever 4,103,981 wounawt and FuH the Irish people. repeat, Dominion the channel via tho air. Tho Knights has no more right to create tho more friends. 'No was willing did our to have taken unusual care, ot the 4,988,213 sick were treated' In PLEASING RECITAL. for'.me than I home rale Is, we From London the, Associated offico of a business director than' do JTon him whon the occasion preFrench military hospitals. minimum, To offer less Is troops in Poland, and In several Press on Wednesday telegraphed ho has to create, the office' of Keeper sented, itself," " Funeral services A large and appreciative audi- - or these wounded were treated as a mere peddling policy. Conceivably parts of Europe tho5 "Caecy" men of .tho Royal Pajamas. wero held from St. of the Government may see to lraptrae have been located longer than the that the Cabinet is about ready to speaking or. the. orgy of useless and the attendance Peter's churoh, onco heard the recital who Ml.ia Anna many as seven tlmos, tho estimated up consideration of- proposals represented all Week, the contralto has won number of French officers and men upon the country some attenuated A. E. F. on, the, chance, ot, something take spending now going on and the classes of people. of the high praise both In this country and wounded Is1 put in the budget report and Inadequate, measure, of home out of the ordinary developing subject Cabinet committee on the creation ot political sinecures, which of Ireland., It was" learned abroad; given "Wednesday afternoon as 2.800.000. ru"e, but In' such, "settlement" there which would bring soldiers back In roadlnsr these from an authoritative source that iff anotner way oi pauaing the Day- The "misun- Into such sections. at Jloly Rosary auditorium. Mk figures to the Chamber of Deputies. would be no finality. rolls, what has become: of the big INSULTS AMERICAN SAILORS. the Government la much, embarderstanding," or "open sore," would weoK presented an artistic and m. Louis Marin, Chairman of the Betnear Mayor The publication by the Sinn Fein classical programmo and sustained Budget Committee, stated that, In rassed 4y publication of what has uina bi3 nsiae Dy- to investigatesmith GOOD. PROGRESS MADE.' remain, arid tho forced raneay and boards the .party of the secret orders which the reputation as nn artist and mu- purported to He. the. Government would only lead to further and reRight Dublin Castle' sent to tho constabu siclan that preceded her. Her audi- - icllled anil missing in France, the administration. newed'' agitation to obtain, that whicc Bugene R. Bergeron, Field. Secre- plan, for settlement of. the Irish Democraticinauguration after the ot the near lary and harbor, authorities lias eoce was appreciative from first to united Kingdom of e Groat Britain would now be acceptable to the vast tary of the National Catholic War problem. ogt in Mayor an appropriation ot several Opened the eyee of the Government last, and exnreaeod hone that aha .1. 682,000n..i- , majority ot the peopled full Domin- Council, is in Louisville to organlzo thousand dollars was. made to In? ,to the fact that it ia dealing with, a WOUld SOOn give another. selfrgovernment; nothing lees. Boy Scout troops in each of the OASEYS GET MEDALS; Unnlha. M. Mnrln ,Mmnfw? 4h ica yestigate the different departments new force which it can never hope status fbrty-on- o parishes tf the odty. SecIreland riven a Dominion total Russian losses in killed during and it FORTX HOURS. 'might be. inclined to.becdino a. mem retary Eorgeion, whose home Is in A bronze" medal suitably Inscribed padded was hinted that a lot of to control. . Thee orders directed tho J war at 1,290,000, Germany's would be,.exposed that all Amrican sailors coming to or that imperial uommonweiiui , Muskegon, Mich., will bo here be- will be awarded every' "Casey" A A rt A TflTAr1 ber .! aha advocated hy Borate-- tween two or three, months, and Is worker ia. thai worldt war; It was an- and Democratic graft in office Irish ports were to he. searched. The The Forty Hours' devotion will Y17 ' of Federation In this sens9 we making, his offices with the Louis- nounced In New York' City on would be shown the public James Ink. was. hardly dry od these, secret begin; tomorrow, morning- In thBlan?nAS"J?a:?nt?S? J Hi2,'81,7,, Ion statesmen.. x,n Tlow .1 th! should be prepared to consider Fed- ville Council, Boy Scou'tsi'or' Amer- Wednesday night by the Supreme Escott, the expert' accountant, was orders when Sinn Fein was protest- Church of Our Lady. Thirty-fift- h staggering ngures, tne eration, hut when, the term "Fed- ica,, on the sixth floor of ther Paul Council ot the Knights of Columbus, employed to conduct this Investiga ing vigorously, to the American, Con and.Rudd, at 9: 30. o'clock, with pro- - ana sentence exposition and high mass. from an article by eral" Is' Introduced with the differ- Jones building. All troop organ- Men and women workers at home tion, now nere it is, two, years ml against the, proposed insult' to Mntn Major Gen. Sir Frederic Maurice. ent and obvrcus object, of curtailing ized by him will come dlrectlv under and abroad will he decorated. The after and, not a word has, been said the citizena of a friendly nation. To Tho. aftrvioM win rimi inn and diminishing the rights which, as Louisville Council. The worker as- die of the 'medar represents a about the examination, nor have ray that the, Government has been 'Tuesday, evening and many will at- - Director of British Military Opera-tento gate, indulgences for the tlons during the war, in a British a nation, we do most emphatically signed is one of the iirteen Fjeld doughboy in xthe A'rgonne Forest be- near Mayor Smith, and his Boards dazed by this new evidence of Sinn (newspaper on October 22, appeals Insist upon, we say- that strategem Secretaries or the National Catholic ing given hot choeolate by a wel- published Jnst how much has beer jrem activity woum De putting tne poor souls. to the American sense or humor: of this kind, will never remove tho War Council organization. The pur- fare" worker. imlu Escott for that worlc. The tax- matter mildly. Coming on the heel thd COUNTRY MISSION. "It was chieflyarmy hammer blows of payers ave entitled to know and off the Sinn Fein ocrivention, which distrust and discontent of Ireland, pose is to organize Boy Scout troops the .British which forged rs of, tha' was held in Dublin while the authorwhich it should be the aim of wise wherever possible In all Catholic Democratic CLOSING OF RETREAT. ReV. Alphonao Kruip, C. P rec- - victory In the last wonderful- oam- with a and straight statesmanship- to" over- parishes throughout the nation, administration should be cleared of ities Mansion military force occupied Hotiie, where the con- tcr of the Sacred Heart Retreat, last palgn on the western front." Catholic leaders everywhere having come. ,. the rumored charges ot that time the The retreat ror. indorsed the movement. The Secre- boys- - that opened young men and Encouraged by the. recent election vention was to meet, and .also occu- Sunday opened a, week's mission In tary reports that enci uraglng prep- Holy Trinity church, Wednesday in Hie "reform" administration wll' pied the adjaeent streets with St. Jerome's church, Fancy Farm, FESTIVAL AT ST. BONIFACK. 60LDBIt ATTACK: CITIZENS. East Kentucky county, arrest or ress alrady Is being made here. '' street; will come to av solemn close 'cut loose from now. on, as there ir egates, the,topublication shoot the del- Graves, Haeeley Iswhere the Rev, of the. s?crf ChaVles oables-fropastor. The atThe men, of St. Boniface' congreThe Asaoelated Press tomorrow, when the bleating will, be a big rash for political, pie and thr urders ehows that; the Dall Elrean tendance at all the services'" was gation, are making extensive prpar-nflop- a BIUVF. FOR RBD CBO86. Cerk, IrelKBd that constant collision given. 'There wjis a targe, attend- taxpayers will have, to pay to re. 1." ypry gratifying. insofar, at lepat as Rev. Father Ra- for their annual Thanksgivbetween the military and elvlllans ance both' morning and evenings and ward the faithful. Future otrice inle to reach the Government's it own nnaei, c. P., who closed a retreat at ing festival and turkey disposal,, to Although the war Is over and th Rer. Fther Berreheim; thejetor, are being bargained for and slater culminated 1& serious" rioting ther ecret sources of authority, arid tc Hyde Park, Cincinnati, the t of take niece Novefrfber 24 aid 26 at' Xo4ay nlsht whan soldiers broke Red Cross Is not making a drli-- ror and Xery Father Bernardino. O. P.. being made up, tha latter- - causing r ,nd broadeast the private iristnio ,he week, has beR aaeieling Father St, Bonifaee Hall. In addltlea He tkrfttafc tint pdUee llaea and came Wg MibeerJlHIong, It doee seed re who wa the retreat maeUr. are' little hard realises ia the. OI O. P (tons, intenced for the Government f rcxuip. Tae miseten will cloee tn the turkeys there will be many other tltet with the erowd. Stletaa newal ot membership upon tb part) highly ptewed with the remits. iat Felix' Dubmm tamer President, of own ageats, (er ,l foe without say- Imofrow. deeJrahle offeris arr attratUa. IRELAND REPUBLICAN ENGLAND'S twenty-seconur ! 1 r !" 0?: fSl,;," "" T "fri,," "' 4 "' iorn-cfli- Anti-Leag- Hert-Searc- " - . hair-brothe- r, , semi-slaver- y. ' h, 1 u merry-go-arou- - once-a-we-ek WtKt -- - lite-lon- irwia'lli in-la- La-Cos- ta, - - 9m - aadvwke-fcBdourKi- . slap-at-Wils- e, re-elec- flfty-nln- - anti-Wllso- all anti-Leag- ue - - Lu-o- i Galll-Cure- deel-nato- d. non-playe- I Hert-Searc- y Can-nd- a, I I were-kille- lrre-ducHJ- Ie As-Bor- ne - - - t.,.' fifty-nin- ,,., .,..' pay-rol- ls Y A - ioiiow-.ceeeio- n, d' - office-holde- - J - 4 m -- e fli-s- ,.2... .S.,&rt.p: sjs Tff t .sidr-- a , ,: .Msn" J.--i-i 'M&& ' v A SCTaZTZTTJOIXrY' i IltUHLir AJM3EJMSIOAJT- i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. to tf Social and Moral AdViDcement of Irish American HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY N DIVISION S. 1818-182- I Firct and third Fridays. Hlbsnlaa 0 Home, Portland. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's President Tim O'Leary. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Vice President Walter Murphy. ' II. ' Financial Secretary John KENTUCKY IRJSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Incorporate, Publishers 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. SUBSCRIPTION .PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.'SlNOLE COPY 5c rVvurteci no CatboKca Miss Otter -- HI ll Drod-erlc- k, Entered at the Louisville Poi toil lea as Second. Clan Matter. Martin. Wants To Meet Every Married Man V '?& 'VfeyBBSBBBVfinR '$&SBSBsllBBBaHEkltt4snBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBSi Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s D. J. Dougherty. Martin Shee-ha- n. U4ru til Cefwnunloatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319.321 Wait Brew St. Sentinel Thomas Noone. ffijt APES ffinrfl COUNCIL fr DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Monday. Bortrand .Hall, Sixth street. ' LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1919 y to have never been nrar anything but leisure that could bor to famllllarlzo themselves with bring no contentment under an era working conditions. ' of soaring co3ts. There should be mediation and a reasonable settleINCORPORATED AMERICAN CONCERN. ment of tho coal strike, and that It 4s Interesting to observe that settlement should not be long deMm W. J. Bush and Miss Mary Franco Is not entirely at caso with layed. If necessary, compulsory ar' 1 MAIN 2182- Fihnegan, of Buffalo, are here to TELEPHONES CITY 2182 regard to the six British votes. bitration should be resorted to by spend tho winter. Leon Bourgeois a leading exponent the Government. 3Low of the league In France, proposes to x Tho strike has been called off Miss Nancy Bello Johnson ha3 been entertaining MIsj Camilla Dawopen the question of French colonial and there seems now bright arbitration and settlement. son, of New Haven. representation as soon as the league begins to function. Tho well known Mrs. Mary McGlll, of West Broad However much Irish Nationalists English Journalist, Alfred Gardiner, may have differed as to the means way, spent last week with Mrs. u until recently editor of the London to ibe employed to achieve their Z. Tehau at Oakdale. Dally News, thinks that American country's freedom, they ave all Miss Clara Kenny, cf Cincinnati. fears should be allayed by "Great agreed regarding Ireland's right to has been enjoying a delightful visit Britain volunteering to withdraw And all real with Mr& J.' P. Hanley. privilege. "I readily Americans are with tho them. Miss Oarmel Burch ha3 bean- visitunderstand the American concern In ing at Now Havn, tho guest of rec- the matter," ho writes, "and I LEAGUE UNPOPULAR. Mlssea Josephine and Nellie Hasan. 2-Pa, ognlze It as a real objection which nts Evo'ry well posted politician In Mrs. E. J. Smith, of Buffalo, will . should 'bo met" In vlw or these CO. foreign opinions, those Americana the State realizes that tho League arrive soon to spend the holidays INCORPORATED who oppose the six votes should not of Nations was the principal rauso with Mrs. W, J, Bush and Louisville friends. 'bG regarded as wholly unreasonable. of defeat of the State Democratic they further know that ticket and Mrs. M. Krobs has returned to her BRITISH inrOORISY. the Courier-Journand Times aided home at New Haven after a pleasant tho Republican party by forcing that visit with hor sister, Mrs. Mamie Wilberdlng. England puts up a show of fight-- i issuo in the campaign, tacking the ing for and the League on tho Democratic candi. Mrs. J. Clifton Bush, of Buffalo. rights or tho Armenians Is .visiting her parents. Mrs ' or even the natives of Africa, but dates when tfie& wishi to flght shy jonn joumey, ana win Mr. and until y remain of It. Mr. Bingham, publisher of ' after the holidays. can not see the rights of Ireland at tfho Courier-Journa-l and Times, a any time. In defense she pleads former candidate on the Republican Certificates "now ready for delivery. J. Clifton Bush Is expected to arthat "Ulster must not be coerced," Judiciary ticket, and bosom com- rive next week from Buffalo to but dooa. not hesitate for a minute panion of Hert, tho Republican boss, spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Bush, PRICE $100 PER SHARE. lUR wonderful showing of Two-Pant- s in placing tho Germans of Bohemia played his cards well ior defeat of who is visiting her parents. Suits is one way we are helping the under tho control of tho the Democratic ticket and the enMrs. Joseph H. Pottlngor has reParticulars on request. parents of the boy solve his clothing tire State Democratic press is con- turned to her homo at Now Haven, after an enjoyable visit with her demning him now, problem this Winter double service without mother, Mrs. Ruth Mahoney, and WORK IS DONE. other relatives here. extra cost. FRIENDS OF FREEDOM. President Wilson Is slowly recovMiss Sue Hagan, who was here ering from tho serious Illness that Monday night there was a largo for a visit of several days to her Single and double-breaste- d models; slash, seized upon him six weeks ago. He and enthusiastic meeting of citizens brcthers, Messrs. John, Joseph and part of hla friendly to tho cause of Irish free- George Hagan, has returned to her vertical and regular pockets ; smart solid col' Is now able to perform J. M. . EMMART, Treasurer. work and to sign bills. But it Is not dom at Bertrand Hall. Rev. John home at New Haven. ors and fancy mixtures ; both pairs of kniclc-er- s likely that he will ever again b$ O'Connor presided and during tho Mrs. Robert Emmet Callahan and fully lined; sizes 6 to 18 years. ahlo to perform the strenuous work evening many Jiame3 wero added to daughter, Miss Parola. Callahan reCO. past few tho roster of turned Tuesday to St. Lculs after a that ho did durlnc tho INCOItrortATKD Robert Emmet Branch. visit of ten days to Mr. Callahan's years. His Important work is done. After the Ruler FREE to Our Young Visitors. minutes wero read and a parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. And pity It Is that is was not dono free , Louisville, Ky. discussion the dues wore placed differently. Had the President hus- nt fifty cents per quarter of the Mrs. Ella Vogt, of Beechmont, had banded hl3 strength and sent four year, Jadles to pay only tho Initia- ns visitors last week Mrs. John able representatives to Franco last tion' fee of a dollar. In recognition avenue, and cf Rosewood year ho would not now have to of long and faithful services Mrs. Adolph Schlllingor and daugh-teit-- v shoulder all the blame for the fail in their Margaret and'Katherlne, of tho behalf of Ireland's cause, two of Highlands. I ure at Paris. As It is now, he lost Louisville's oldest and best known what ho went after and must take Mrs. B. Laffey announces the marthe blame for the failure. This bur- - citizens, Jeremiah Kavanagh and' riage of her daughter. Miss Mary The Boys' Store and Barber Shop Third Floor. Thomas Hines, both nearlng tho Is not a light one. V den Elizabeth Laffey, to John O. Mc- century mark, wero elected honor Bride, which waa quietly solemnized ary life members. Mrs. Fred Haalg, at St. Calumba's church by tho pasCAMOUFLAGE. who also became a member, tender- tor, Rev. Jamea Maloney. CIOABETTES TWIST CIOABS ed her services to 10c riedmonts.Bc; 3 for25o lOo Allen Co..9c;3 for 2So RoxEO Announcement of a plan to glvr Irish Freedom uponthe .Friends of Harry M. Heath and bride, who 20c Piedmonts 17o lOo Shepherd. 9c; 3 for 2So American Special. 6o $2.00 all occasions. You'll Never Make a Mistake lu Ordering Our home rule to Ireland through a two- - Mrs. Catherine McGee, of New York, was MIs3 Anita Coumcy, now on So 10c War Hawk 10c Chesterfields 9c KremefH Special .Eo 2.00 3 for 3 for 25c Go 2.00 25c Uncle Mike Parliament scheme does not Impress told of tho wave of feeling for Ire- their wedding trip In tho Est, will iyc juc uuster ...8c;s rorzoc snort Horn iuc i;nesieriicius 5c 2.00 land sweeping ovor New York and be at homo at 1529 South Fourth o jik ns ns practical. Nor do we think fin 2.00 iuc ivo u. K. . ...sc: s rorzac uonkcv mar10a Favorites. 9c; 3 for 25c 10c Dlxlo .. ..3c: 3 for Z5c Surprise Go 2.00 alter (December 1. and was with the that Lloyd George expects It to work tho East awakeningpleased Kentucky. street was solemnized In IThelrchapel 20c Favorites 17o 10a IteU Dua ,9c; 3 for 25c 12C9 ..$6o 2.3S riage the Interest For Your New Homo It Has the Quality. 20c Lucky Strikes ...,15o 10c Tribune ..9c; 3 for 26c Union Key 6a 2.2S out in a practical manner. Ho is Rev. Martin O'Connor, In who express- of the Passlonlst fathers, Rov. Fath15o London Life Ho Go 2.3 S Favorite Ss only concerned in carrying on a ed himself as heart and soul for a er Daniel performing the ceremony. 2 for 25o PACKAGES 6o 2.75 Pat Carroll jac neDo ino So 2.75 INCORPORATED mn Uoone camouflage agitation in order to tree and independent Ireland, told 15o Mecca .He; 2 for 2Go Tuxedo 9c; 3 for 26c Kramer's Extra .do 2.75 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Miller, of BROOK AND A" STS. 20c Fatlma 15c Tuxedo make tho world believe that he Ih from personal experience and ob- Nashville, have announced the enHe; 2 for 25o Rpxy So 2.85 15o Helmar.Hc; 2 for 25a Sampson servation the terrible conditions gagement 9c; 3 for 25c S. & S So 2.85 etlll sincere. The world knows bet- existing there and the Impressions of their daughter. Miss 20c Mosul 18a Hill Side ....!c; 3 for 25o StierB 1. 6a 2.85 20a Murads 18c Victory 9c; 3 for 2&o Qlbson-air6o 2.85 ter by thi3 time. And there is noth- they made upon him. There was Marie Esther Miller, to Owen Stew20a Windsor Castlo . ,.16o Bull Durham. 'jo; 3 for SSc art Evans, formerly of this city, who ing to bo gained by trying to de- discontent, ho said, from tho-tlfor the past six years CKSAMST TOBACCO KXOSSS XH THS CXTT. WATCX VM ceive the Irish people any longor. of the union, and this was constant- home In Nashville. has made his The wedding They know Lloyd George and his ly Increased by the persecutions by will take place on Monday at the Where the hnasffl CUT-RAT- E work la qaieklj Where AMERICAN TOBACCO STORE the who btigktert ; falthlesa promises for the patt live their absentee landlords Londonspent Cathedral of the Incarnation. dose; worthless lives In and Vo. W. Cor. JPrwtoB Ho. fl W. W. Cor. VrMtea ft ristrty Joffarsoa years. He never meant that Ire- Paris. years the Where the work For forty-nin- e Where cooking seems V. J..2CRE1CXB ft CO. Miss Thoo Taylor was lightest; land should have home rule, and It Irish people had been striving for a miscellaneous shower inhostess at real fan; honor of wKl never come In Ms day. Tho home rule, only to. be deceived and Miss Anna Lee Relthan. whose marWhere bakiag gives detime again. They riage to J. O. Kaufman will tako Where the Meal la Irish people b&ve declared for Inde betrayed time and on light; cooked beet Correct Glosses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. Wilwere now acting pendence with or without the con son's 'fourteen pointsPresident would place on Thanksgiving day. Those Where the raBge stands BB Where drudge ie eat of and present were Mrs. D. J. Gleeson, I LlSlilSSf sight British Premier. continue until the world was con- Misses Augusta Hollenkamp. Lula the test We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of sent of the tricky the where That's vinced that Ireland should have and Tlerney, Anna Mario Burns, Frances the That's where ASK ANY Ocuttsis' Prescriptions. g Smith, "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" coses OCULIST enjoy the freedom. Peter J. SITUATION NOT IMPROVED. Katie Schnatterer, Esther ta. advocated a policy that would McKeldtn. Qalak Meal Gaa Jtaaica Sold, Installed aad Highly ReeeaiiMmUd , The great coal strike began in meet England at every point and Attorney Thomas Walsh TIIANJCSGlVINa FESTIVAL. spite of the warning of President nal Mercler declared the said Cardi013 FOU11T1I AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDERSON 215 Irish were Wlteon and- the injunction granted Imbued with the spirit o'f the The ladles of St, Paul's parish are W, MARKET ST. on application of the Government Belgians, and here in free America completing plans for a delightful against tho officers of the miners' the people will advocate Ireland's Thanksgiving festival and dinner In TUIUfgy PRIZES. RA1DJSD IN DUBLIN. BLACK & DECKER cause to the end. The President, St. Paul's Hall, 1024 South Ja'ckson union, rrha situation- - hui not Rev. John O'Connor explained at street, on Monday afternoon and this week, and the outlook Is length tho Sinn Fein movement. evening, November 24. There will PORTABLE ELECTBIC DRILLS The Sinn Fein Parliament was The members of St. Columba's 1JJ H' for i several weeks' idl aliens at the one that embraces ell, colors and be lotto, games and numerous prizes church will have a big euchre and raided on Tuesday In Dublin by the . Sizes 3-to 8 mint Just at the tint when produc- creeds, who demand recognition of and attraction, and the dinner will lotto on Monday afternoon and British authorities add nine of Its This unA happy be one for which the women folk evening, November 24, with plenty members were' arrested. the Irish as a nation. Efforts at tion is moat seeded. CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. of turkeys to be awarded, a twelve-soun- d called for action will only serve to of MB raedlatlea have thus far rohde. little spirit characterised the. proceedings are famous. All friends,St. Father bird bine the ifeature ttrize. cement the Irish people closer ami large aceeMioBs are expected at Eugene Donohoe and Paul's 'AINCORPORATKD progress, sad there seem to be lit the next meeting, the second thm- - church are asked to keep the date - ve set opaf gold ring will bo and make futile England's Both Pheaea 135 marp. 383 W, 'Mala Street persecution. (fkeilheed of a settlement eeea, day la December. awarded at 18:36 9- tle free for tale fsetlraU ) AMMKUICAN PEOPLE SUl'ItRVLE. Meanwhile the country faco3 a seri ous crisis In Industry and Iranppor- i. The result of the elections provo tatlon, not to speak of the lnccnvon-lenc- o conclusively that the majority of caused to the average citizen to the orfil the threat that he will soon be our people are opposed League of Nations ns It stands and unable to get coal tor household It 13 a mistake of President Wilson purposes. If the strike lasts for a and his administration to try and month the country will have been 'cttoko this objectionable legislation brought to a standstill Industrially, down our throato. Th American and the hardships and suffering will people's wishes In this matter arc bo intense. Wo hope that some way supremo and the Democratic lead-er- a will bo found out of the tangln be should bow to that decision. fore It cbmes to that. We know lit tle about tho merits of tho Issuo ft SUGGESTIONS. tween tho miners and the operator?, bints the True Voice. We have The frequent accidents of the lo--al atrong reasons to suspect the latter street railway company and the of profiteering In coal for tho past popr Ervlce are bilnglng loud and two or three years. In fact, we suslong protests .from the public. As pect that they, rather than tho mina suggestion to the Street Car Com- ers, have been responsible for the pany, why not try employing a fow limited production that is given as city men In the future, men who the excuse for doubling and treb know the streets and who would be ling the price of coal. The of emerbetter equipped in caso day demanded by the miners seems gency- that "hillbillies" that are not to us to be unreasonable. If men Anused to crowded thoroughfares? only six in every trade worked other mistake la to employ press hours a day we would facp a situa conagents to dish out propaganda tion of ecarcity mean cerning labor and capital, etc., es- prohibitive prices. that would .sufAll would pecially when these prece agenti fer, and no one would have gained laenough cls-hour nelly. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. Treasurer John F, Burke. Sergeant-at-ArnPatrick Con is D. Meany. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence In Loiuisvilfe This Week She's' serious about it, too. She says most every woman has seen our model kitchen and now she wants every man to know just how much labor and trouble a scientific-kitchen will mmK Sentinel M. J. McDermott. COMING EVENTS. Jackson street. November Thanksgiving festiNovember 24 val and dinner, afternoon and evening, St. Paul's Hall, 1024 South 24 will save his wife. Euchre, lotto, turkey raffle, St. Columba's church, aftornoon and evening. 5 November and Euchro lotto, St. Patrick's church, aftornoon , and evening. November Bazar for benefit of IT,oly Rosary Academy, in auditorium, Fourth and Park 24-224-2'- She wants to show hirn, too, how such a kitchen would benefit his purse and add to the comfort and convenience of his whole family. Come in any time this week and see the immaculate cleanliness of a complete gas and electric kitchen with and electric range, white enameled refrigerator, dishwashing machine, automatic gas water heater, etc., etc. G office. 25 Turkey festival, lotto by Holy Cross murch, afternoon and evening. November 25 Euchro and lotto, Church of Our Lady Hall, afternoon and evening. November 27 Thanksgiving Social at St. Ann's school hall, afternoon and evening. Buy your wheel tickets at tills avenue. November euchre' and COME TODAY' IF. YOU CAN s. M dm? wY SOCIETY. LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. The Same pros-pects,- or Rates for Gas and Electric Service in the Home Before the War During the War After tho War l - six-vo- te - L.OUISVIIXE PROVISION j- for th& Boy at al Jugo-Slav- a, Cumulative Preferred Stock LOUISVILLE PROVISION Gar-agbt- y, L LeyyBros sMarket at Third a SMOKERS! ATTENTION! LUMBER OO. FRBD G. JONEJS &A mo Where the QuicK Meal Comes In l UW 1. 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GET PIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT Effi-LreSC- Your light colored gar- We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SKirt PL.1QASING INDIVIDUALITY INCORPORATED MEGLEMRY-WAR- D Phones 3245, Main COMPANY t 408 WEST WALNUT. Do You Want to Sell or Buy SWISS Cleaners & Dyers 003 SOUTn FOURTH AVENUF. or City. COMPANY OLD LEAKY HOOFS CAN DB SAVED F AND MADE LKAK-PROO- SUPEIUiASTIO Guaranteed Ton Tears SOo Per 0 alien Barrel SO TOU WANT TO SET.& OB BUT? I can Bell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Tarn), Mine or Property of any kind or description, we havo Businesses and Enterprises of every kind For Sale In almost any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. To If You Waat or Bay or SeU at Auction Private Solo Write or Call BUSINESS EXCKAXQB Auctioneer and Seal Estate 2 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. Cumb. Phone, Main I860 Home Phone, City 6343 Want to JMit With If TonSend for Contract Us, t r. E. 508-31- YANN DAHIY ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOJJERY STREET Some Phone Shawnee 1010 Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. Incorporates. 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phonos 4203 ETXBKXDQB 701-70- IKTEATI0WA3i City 649 SOUTH 3174 OOA7ZKO CO. SECOND STREET Louisville. Ky THE SIGN OP QUALITY Hlghl'd 7418 TKEFOURBESTSELLERS IN KENTUCKY Blue Ribbon Twist O. K. Twist War Hawk Twist Dhcio Twist Olado Where Tobacco Grows." BliiiV1 Kentucky LAUNDRY OO. Incorporated 614-02- East ISO t JJf t3 Sr jfc !( 3iS fc aJFJsl John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Incorporated -- -- KENTUCKY LOUISVHiLE General Offices 413 Lincoln Building Cumberland Phone: Main 120. 3 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. SAM . Heaaquarters for CONTRACTOR FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY gVERYBOBVS CLEANEHs See ns about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOflSJ S estate. We sell, buy and rent. m.j. ISIS S. Twenty-slxt-a E0 W. JEFFERSON ST. St. 1M1LLER&S0N Home Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee 368 DALOt& SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular InWM. F. BANNON no publicity MADE TO ORDER comes or salary, with housekeepers SUITS tape. Loans to jr red CONTRACTING PLASTERER n their personal security. FOR LADIES AND GHENTS Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Remodeled and Altered Building, City S380 Room 1, Courier-Journ. Cumb. S. 153-415 S. Fourth Street. 511 6. THIRD ST., POPE BLDO. Phono City S103 Wo Call and Deliver "SOUTHERN STAB" Home City 2803 I,. KOBERTSON ' "GSfTt3L' -- PCS0D1Ag 1 al Y Underfill St. Oeo. Dearborn Manager v" THE FORD SHOP Give Us a Trial Free Road Service SISTER MARY Last Tuesday, Arlmiatic6 day, au artistic and imposing monument to Sister Mary Jean Connor, the little paired. Albert Smith, Prop. martyr of Camp Zachary Taylor, PORTLAND AUTO REPAIR CO., was unvolled at Toronto, Ohio, with 533 WEST MARKET STREET 877 N. Twenty-Sixt- h St. impressive and patriotic exercises, Home Phone, City 5161 in tho presence of a gathering of thousands of people. Sister Mary JOHN B. WATHEN M. Jean was the youngest of the. ninety-fiv- e Sisters representing tho various FURNITURE MOVING AND Sisterhoods "who had volunteered TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE PACKING their services when tho dreaded St. 030 Booth Twenty-Sixt- h was mowing down the sol06 West Mala Street dier boys at. the local 'camp moro West 1084 Shawnee 1986 ruthlessly than the bullets of tho LONG DISTANCE HAULING Louisville, Ky. Huns. Reaching tho camp October 11, she was stricken in the" emergency 'hospital October 20, and only a Mark Salts, Preu. NATIONAL HATTEBS 9, C. Jaoofes. Seo. and Tree. week later made the supreme sacrifice. Sister Mary Jean was born in, 335 WEST JEFFERSON STREET L. GRAUMAN A CO. Toronto, Ohio, on October 4, 1S89, CLEANERS DYERS AND of Scotch Irish parentage. She en Incorporated Monday Special Suits Cleaned X All Hats Sealers Vtstnres, Xlnds of Office sad and Pressed .tor $1.25. Sates, Cash SUffis Store RECENT DEATHS. Cleaned, COc Blocked and ten, Show Coses, Coaster, Shelving, Etc Widespread sympathy Is felt for ' CALL FOR AND DELIVER 610 wzsc xaxbt sxsunx Mrs. Ruby Neal, 627 North Nine Homo Phono, City 15)31 Home Phone. City 1838 teenth street, from whom Death took her beloved husband, Roger T. Tuesday WNfTOY0ffJCl Neal, aged thirty-sevemorning. The funeral was held Both Both rhursday morning from St. Patrick's Phones church. We Are Experts on Fords nests ' ANY OLD HAT MADE Phone Shawnee 42. TO LOOK LIKE NEW. FELT HATS CLEANED BO AND REBLOCKED, Wo Aro Motor Doctors, Skilled ExCENTS. perts Are Ready to Serve You. Hat Cleaning and Block-In- s our specialty. Full line of Tires, Tubes and AcNATIONAL HAT CLEANING cessories. Tires and Tubea VulcanWORKS ized. Batteries charged and re- AUTO OWNERS TRY JEAN CONNOR. tered the novitiate at Loretto in August. 191G. talolnc hler flrct vows August 15, 1917. Eery mark of honor and respect "were paid to her by tho United States Government, The coffin, draped iwlth tho Ameriian flag, was borne by a military escort to tho Knights of Columbus Au ditorium, where a military funeral was accorded her. Present were the highest commanding omcera of the camp sOldlers, Red Cross nurses and ,as many Slsteis as could be spared. 'Reverend Mother IFraxedes, manyLoretto'SIslers', and also representatives of all orders In the olty united to pay homaga to tho "Little Martyr," for greater lovo can no man have than that ho lay down his life for another. Sister Mary Jean will be long remembered by tho 70.000 roldiers whom sho would save from sickness and suffering. - SLICED BACON REPAIR 'AU Ready for Your Griddlo ha the WORK A SPECIALTT. Morning" FRED HORNUNG. JR. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST PLUMBING AND GAS FITTINa 71a yvjeat Jefferson Street Iionlaville, Ky. , Home Phone Shawnee 80S HENRY GOSS MS "THE 5s353k - PILL THAT WILL" HENRY G. HERRtr. i.ooiavn.t.s-- KV. u m Ltve?PLLS CASH PRICES PAID Guttering, Spouting Phone City 721; TinRoofing, Repaired Roofs and Painted Cumb. Phono Main 721. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Call Home HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN OO. J. BUCKNER They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. SH For Sale by Your Druggist in IaoonwrsUa. All Kinds of Footwear For the A. Lazar, Manager Whole Family Money Advanced on Your Plata Nets Two HAMBLY'S Stores 90th and Portland. ., flhaw. 1716 (Second Floor I 18th d Magazine City 7164 Home Phone City, 2967. J SOUTH LOUISVILLB SAVCGS AND DEPOSIT BANK JNO..P. MORTON & GO INCORPORATED ", THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. ness Transacted. Deposits. Foarth and Central Avenue Established 1820 Three Per Cent Paid on Savings A General Banking Busi- Louisville. Kr. OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS K. Demobilized Of C Both Phones 2406 E1UTLING1E Adolph A 0 0. National PEFFER I -- War Activities received tho followtho Frontiers. fEOPZ.S'S FXOVXDZXT SSCCXATXM ing letter from Major General Leonlooorporsiea Death called William B. Gray, bo- ard Wood, Commander of the CenWm Orraalsta fey wu.kaowa Ott loved husband of Mary L. Gray on tral Department: Local and lone distance moving with Saturday morning at the family "The work of the IChlghts of Cox. a ar motor vans. Furniture, packing and home, Led by Col. Howland and Aro lumbus came under my observation 1327 South Twenty-secon- d shipping'. Oa ratsltaro and Othar Tmeaal All work guaranteed. Es- Btreotj and tho news was a shock to MOTOR CO. timates cheerfully furnished free of for a period of nearly a year and a Property at Known as tho "Casey FOR ALL PURPOSES his friends. Monday morning the charge. half at Camp Funstcn, Kansas. I SOWZST XATBS Platoon." funeral services woro held at St. 114 SOUTH FLOYD ST. have also ceen much of their work Kentucky Consumers Oil Company A. ASNOIS a sows COLEMAN BUILDING Charles church. ATTCXIOW fc STOKAOH CO. elsewhero. (Their work has been ox' THIRD AND JEFFERSON PHONE CITY 1850 Louisrillo Kentucky 0. B. COR. Both Phones ltd col lent and characterized by a spirit (Incorporated) 'Monday morning the funeral of LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY of liberality and helpfulness. Indeed 433 West Kala Street Francis J. McHugb, for many years Many Communications From Camp the service rendered by the organia respected and well known resisation 'has been of real assistance in Ofllcenr Regret Withdrawal' M. 1. 8ANM0K, PrislAct HdlUiufir. P. IANN0N, JR., Vict PriJ. aad Tntt. 9 dent of tho West End, took place at the training of our men in that It From Camps. n has added to their personal com-fo- it St. Patrick's church. Ho was years old and is survived by and their contentment In camp, It has also aided in the maintenance his daughter, Mrs. James P. Early, by surof high moral standards 1814 iBalrd street, with- whom ho LETT'EU WOOD. rounding the men with the lost ot FROM GEN. mado his home. Influences. You are to be congratuSewar aad Calvert Pipe, x lated on tho resulb? attained. Funeral sorvlces for (Miss Katlo Baanoa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Cendalts, "LEONARD WOOD." Nuxol, who died at tho home of her IWall Copiatf. Drain Tile. Vitrified BrlcX. Demobolllzed The Knights of Columbus Comin Franco by the sister, Mrs. M. J. Doll, 2108 West 100 fire Proofing", Flae Llnlarf, Fire Brlcll? Broadway, wero held Monday morn- army?service,Americans from tho avia- mittee en War Aotlvltios, aftor discussing the order of the War Deled by Col. R. ing at St. Charles church. A mo3t tion Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teas. Z of California, havoN vojunteered partment taking over the war reyoung lady, her death is estimable OFFICE 836;SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Besides with the Poles and are now on their lief work that has been carried on, "A Ner to You ai the Nearest Phone" mourned by many friends. brothers, way to fight the Bol3hevlki along made this statement: her sister she leaves two the frontiers. This information uaa "The Knights of Columbus proPHONES CITY 573.1786, CUMB. MAIN 307. William and John Nuxol. contained in a cable message re- tested against the War Department's WORKS-Tbirtee- ath FUNERAL and Breclclaridge and fttath and Hagaelia. X ceived by William P. Larkln, Overwithdraw all war work Many friends and relatives ex- seas Director of the Knights of Co- ordor to In home camps by Novemagencies tend sympathy to Andrew and lumbus. The naws came from Will-la- ber 1. But at tho time we mado our A. SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 Mamie Heller, 162 North Campbell protest wo stated that we J. Mulligan, A -- SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 street, from whom tho Angel of Committee on War Chairmau of the course albide (by tho War would of DepartActivities, who is year soys sa eoaestloa tfcat will has taken their infant daugh- preparing to return to tlsds country. ment's orders!. We have not chang- Stirs Death w njars Itm tot lit. w , ter, Catherine Ruth, the idol of their "The Knights of Columbus can now ed our attitude, neither have we home. Tho funeral took place Tues- go on record In Uiolr fight against changed our opinion that relief ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE kfruntf Hi AkMfMd RHf Sctotificsfty TntM day morning, (when the body was the menacfe of Bolshevism," said Di work of tho nature conducted bythe FOR LESS MONEY. w Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy Ry. tenderly laid to rest in St. Louis rector Larkln, "by proudly announc Knights of Columbus in the camps IIS W. Brsaaway, Seats-rillflufu w cemetery. ing mat tne 100 men led by uoi. Is more efficaciously conducted by OsHduot4 fey th Xavarlaa Brothers Wii-S- . Chirapedlat Howland have been fully equipped civilian than' by military agency, TIaaslcal, Scientific and Buelneai sBsBsK 'VbbbW B07 feorwAmwe Department. Lars. Holy Name parish mourns tho for their work In Poland by the and It Is an established tact that re- bourses, Prepsrstonr J Hi M Oymaa-luStarts death of Mrs. Annie Martin, beloved Knlghta. We have supplied them lief work under civilian auspices Is fwlaualnc Pool. Well Equipped Terms moderate. 308 W. Jefferson St. BailJht We telegraph Flowsra Everywhere wife of Thomas Martin, South Louis- with uniforms, shoes, socks, caps, preferred by the soldier. Mro. Beajamln, lr. BliSSSSSBlsSSJiyiSMPS Both Pberes "Of course, In conformity with ville, who wont to her eternal re- blankets.-- - leather Jerkins, woolen ward early Monday morning. A de- wear and supplies. They have call-" the War Department's order, the Knights of Columbus are withdrawHomo Phone 25GO Ohio River voted spouse and friendly neighbor, ed themselves 'The Casey Platoon.' she was held in high esteem by all Ohalrmnn Mulligan In his message ing from the camps, leaving only such (workers as are neoenBary to who know her. Funeral services also stated that an Louis A. D. D. RECEIVED DAILY. our the took place Wednesday morning. New England Hallowe'en .dinner was complete each winding up ofhave afrecamp. We served in the K. C. Club in Paris fairs In OHIO RIVER Rev. John O'Connor celebrating the for the remaining American soldiers ceived many communications from requiem mass. :: and officers. On All Souls' day the camp officers regretting our deparo great Church of St. Joseph in the ture. We shall cheerfully )I "We have the largest lads. 2 STARKS BUILDING. K. of C. INITIATION. with the War Deportment In its French capital was the scene of a . . pendent rord xepalr Shop la , , toe elty. distinguished gathering of clergy effort to Initiate relief and recreao, Local 'Council 300, of the Knights and laity upon tbe "occasion of a tional work, and our personnel In .I Oar modern faeUltlea meas , , I nulled servlee at reasonable , of Columbus, will initiate a class of solemn maaa celebrated for the sol- the camps has been placed at the JOc sixty-fiv- e tomorrow, this class being diers of ,, T ov vxiom Allied oause who died War Department's disposal." . known as a "surprise class," having In battle. the "Aay Xake Car Towed la" i. A SPECIALTY. ' by Messrs. Burks, Nitz-kebeen secured TURKEY FESTIVAL TUESDAY. On the eve of their relinquishA, 5c i: DUG AN GARAGE :; Voss and Graven, of Holy Cross ment, under orders from the War church parish, after a silent hunt Dspartnient, of their relief work In A turkey festival, euehre and lotto & Boyer Co. JJ IRA J. DUQAN. o for new members. Needless to Bay the domestic camps of the country, will 'be given at Holy Cross church Shop "Foreman and General NORTON BUILDING Best Cigars J these four hustlers have- been whloh means th eventual closing school hall Tuesday afternoon and 811 Bast Jefferson Street. getting the glad hand from the of- out of ffvsr 400 buildings, the evening, November 25. the games to o 1318 SOUTH "IftSoK STRHKT X N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefftrswt ficers and members of the couaoil. Knight of Columbus Committee on be called at 2:80 and 8:15 o'clock. Home City 1081. LET US KNOW 4 VIC VTia TxssOK n. Fight the BolshOvikl Along Catholic woman for housekeeper nnd help take euro of small children. Apply 433 East Ormsby Americans Volunteer to avenue. ReaUlager Roofing and Supply Company iBcorporsUd FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 123 SOUTH Oil and Grease sixty-seve- - How-lan- d, DIAMONDS Watches and !$) P. BANNON PLATE GLASS THIRJ STREET CALL US FOR Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarren Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty), 124 W. Main Phones City 1250 Main 1400.Y PIPE CO. FLOWERS m Jewelry JONHMMWM0MMMM CORNS.BUNIONS -- , SIDNEY'S iKum II -- FORDS REPAIRED i SMOKE Lady Dash Little J. Fresh Fish ed Broring. TARPY'S POO-Q- Ql FRED ERHART ARCHITECT n, 1 1 Hade! ' Segal Fish - " i. 1 tJn BCEJSfrXJCtt?K' 3PBL AJM?B51teIOA2, MM IHERMAN STRAUS I v row W Qlvc and Redeem 5urety Coupons. avenue tvcwavAreo SONS TSaekct J I I stmet ; We Qlye end Redeem Cfold Tradlnr Stamps. MEN WILL PLEASE NOTE! RELIGIOUS GOODS At Special Prices in Oar ThanksgiMng Profit Sharing Sate, MEDALS; a $1.00 quality,' specWl sale ..!.... ...75c prlco, each.. NEW. TESTAMENTS; on sale at each 75c, 50c and ..............23c STERLING SILVER, ROSARIES; specially priced at $10.00, $8,00, $7.00, $5.00 and....$4.50 STERLING SILVER ROSARIES; with case, special prices $6.00 ST. WINTER UNDERWEAR SPECIAL SALE NEXT WEEK. Men's Union Snlts $2, S2.95. fa.B0 and $3. Fine quality elastic rib. cotton; white, gray or ecruf n makes, superior finish;" and they fit correctly; sizes 34 to 60; In regular cr stouts; splendid values at . .92, $225, $2.50 and 93 Men' $t d Union Suits $3.15. The famous Bristol mako; fine quality, mado with trousor seat, which means plonty of comfort and wear; sires 34 to 40; wo Bell them regularly at f4; special Monday only $3.15 Men's Cotton Underwear $1.00. Good quality of Elastic Ribbed Cottan Shirts and Drawers; sizes up 'to 46; mill menders of $1.60 quality; special price, garment, woll-know- Odd Lot of Mob'h Union Salts' $14)0 I the K. '"Ji Vest Pocket prayor book with genuine leather back with emblem In cover; a $1.63 91.00 Quality lor . CARDS; with IDENTIFICATION ouc aaio vaiuo, crucifix; price ....... ...................83c .40c 75e value, sale price 50c ?1.00 value, Bale prlco foot, METAIj CRUCIFIXES; with Bllvor finished, a f 1.25 quality; special sale price ...........$1.00 silver METATj CANDLESTICKS; finish, a ?1.75 quality; special 1.23 sale "price VERSION BIBLE; DOUAY leather binding; special at $3.25 Cloth' binding; special at..S1.50 KING; JA3IES VERSION BIBLES; specially priced at ?4.00, $3.00, ?2.50, ?2.25, $2.00, $1.65, 91.00 $1.35 and BIBLE STORIES FOR simply told In a style to Interest children; prices $1.00, 50c and ....................35c GOLD FILLED ROSARIES; with chain guaranteed to wear 15 years, all colors In beads: $2.00 special at MEN'S PRAYER BOOKS OHIL-DREN; CHRISTOPHER 'Fimiquallty- - of ribbed cottoa; good m "."'. ' w en make: rIzah in 19 At m! X iiuaiiiy, special, Monday, ..-- iij " Wool-Mixe- and . L.fS.50 GOLD FJiLLED ROSARIES; with case, specially priced for this prices $2.50 nOLY WATER BOTTLES; with shaker, special at, each .. 50c VOTIVE CANDLES; will burn 15 hours, specially priced at, per wear $3.00 and METAL nOLY WATER FONTS; In gold, silver and Ivory finishes; sale-- prlco, each $1.25 Sill a In GOLD FILLED ROSARD3S; all colors, chain guaranteed to 0v FAMOUS ville. NC-- 4 twenty years; SEAPLANE- Louis- Exhibitod hero this week by Commander Road and his crew, who were Armistice day guests of $1.0(1 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Hews Notes. Him1 M ? KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late New That Will Intereit Memberi Hero and Men's Medium Weight Undcrooar $1.25 Garment Fine quality of ribbed cotton; on Cooper spring needle machines; sizes, shirts, 36 to 46; drawers, 32 to 46; special, garment r $1.23 Men's Hlgi, Rock Fieccc-T.lne-d Dlurts and Drawers SlLi Z Garment uonuino while back fleeced; bwuiwii uears tno nv Z first quality: slzr-- nn tn ac labol; 2 cial, Monday, garment f 1.25 men's ninii Ttwir Union Suits $2.50. Flncfquality whlto back fleeced. which means plonty of warmth: 1 - uj, w to-- , spetjjai, suit $2.50 Jrcn's Fino Silk Llslo Socks 30c Pair, Box of Six for $2.25. X The famous Now Idea brand; osciay prepared tnroad and are freo from all dye pouons; ocmo In navy blue with sanitary whlto toes; famous for their comfort and wearing qualt- -' tles,-- special, Monday, pair 3!)C; box of six pairs ... oi Mle f nw i m.ri jx I I BLESSED SACRAMENT priced at, ROSARIES; specially 10c oach POCKET STATUES; of St. Rita, St. Anthony, St, Joseph and the Sacred Heart; each ............Cc. Both Phones 1323 bQ&&&&W&4ft&&QQQ&&W&&W EYE5--A Priceless Gift The cost of correctly fitted glasses is insignificant compared with the priceless value of your Bight. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, . $4.50 case and cord complete Superior Shelitex Rims 75oExtra or duplicate your, old lenses. We fill your oculist's prescription No charge for examination. SACRED HEART ACADEMY, Division 3 will meet next Friday Last Sunday, there was another big initiation at Sioux City. evening. Twenty-seve- n Members not receiving their copy Th TJnrnllne Boarding aad Bay School candidates have Just of the official paper should notify Tot Glxla aaa Sonar Womea. Deen lniuaiea at YorK, Neb. their division socretary. Bernard Kelly ha3 been annolnted X.OVXSVXXAS, XX. manager Local niombers will be glad io CBESCSXX of tho new K. of C. Home learn thct President John In Indianapolis. High Mpral and Intellectual Stand H. Hennessy is improving. Tho Initiation of Omaha on Noards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: At the last meeting of tho County vember 23 will bring the memberSecretary, Bacred Heart Acadtsur. Board at St. Josoph, Mo., M. J. Kenship up to 1,500. 3113 casroke Drive. nedy was elected County President. - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLB Rev. Father Setor, pastor of St The Ladies' Auxiliary at MinneJoseph's church, has been appointed gavo a dance this week for apolis Fat Proper Glasses chaplain ior' Evansville Council, the benefit of the Irish Freedom JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. e.. Auto Delivery SII, HIGH GRADE COFFEE Bilking Powder Plo Filling Etjff Mitt (20 C,'B8for25) offce lb Ten,ll Coco, lb 80c to $1.25 400 Oo 300 to 300 oKo 25o 40c to COo Extract, portubo r eHe. S S. fbuxtit Ave. Louisvillejfjf iWP 5UyZ&Mf' J Mahoning County Board, meeting at Youngstown, Ohio, elect ed Patrick J. Kavanaugh as County President. County President O'Brien will call a moetlng of the County Board next week to fill a vacancy In the. State Board, that of Treasurer. Seattla Hibernians are keeping things humming. Thoir meetings are of depp Interest and their social affairs are always successful. The Tyrone Young Men's' Assocla-tlo- n turned out its membership (o honor President John Dillon at tho annual social of Division 20 of New Tho York City. Ufton retiring from tho County Presidency at Youngstown Ohio, Pf -- fund. BECKER nTir'ipn OPTOMETRIST tf-ot- J. Carney was presented a set of gold, cuff buttons on behalf of the ' organization. John Ryan, delivered an instructive and entertaining talk at Division 4's meeting Monday evening Vice-- President Mark Ryan, of DiCREATE AN INCOME PRODUCING ESTATE vision 4, Is on the sick list. "With Slato and county officers Most business, professional and salaried men depend ;; present tho County Board of the Ladles' Auxiliary had a fine meeting SOLELY upon tneir occupation ior income. Monday night. County officers were to create for himself an EVERY MAN should endeavor installed, Catherlno Oavanaugh being the now President. INCOME PRODUCING ESTATE. Division 2 of. New York City had He is thus assured of TWO INCOMES when business a big celebration of its nineteenth anniversary in Grand Opera House CQnditionsare good. If depression occurs he has the fncome Hall. State Vice President Connolly from his ESTATE to fall back upon. delivered an interesting address on . THIS COMPANY believes it quite possible for every man the affairs of the order in the metropolis. to create an estate through the facilities it provides. person or write for particulars. Call in "MY NEW CURATE." WHY NOT I TWO-PIECThe Initiation of large classes at SUITS materially to tho Buckeye State memberanip. Three-piec- e nosion iuugnts win launcn a campaign for ?1,000,000 with which tney win erect a Catholic civic and WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. social center building. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY With the last initiation of twenty canamatcs too council at Steuben ville, Ohio, Is practically double wnat it was a year ago. Denvor Knights, have secured the1 dINCORPORATED Brg-- tfk Bent Prfei RaonnblA. Henrn property. Sixteenth andOrant streets, where they will erect their BARRY B. DRIVER, President. now nemo and servico house. 421 W. Chestnut The Knights have Yoii Are Employer seats for, tho' concert ofreserved 100 Both Phones 2635. the Vatican choirs, who appear Monday nlgh$ In And Need, a Girl Worker, tho Auditorium at St. Joseph. ' Denver Council has sold Its club OR house for $109,000 and Is. conduct Por Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. ing a campaign for anothor ?100,-00- 0 If You Are Girl to make up tho fund required, for Its new quarters. More than J'i.ooo Bank Accounts, ranresnntinp 100.000 naonla with a. total And Need a Position The banquet for returned soldiers deposit of more than 19,000,000, is the monument of. confidence built by the City 3359 at Bunlap, Iowa, was voted an Ideal people of Louisville at thitf safe, conservative, Main 3359 CALL US bank. event. Tho Knlcrht3 SDared no Dalm WlRWR'S Activities, and woro ably assisted by the UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND uaupn torts of Isabella. Natitna! Catholic War Council Albert J. Laplace and Capt, John Hugnes, or Mobile, conducted one 057, Sostk Foarth St. of the bost initiations ever witness East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. ed In New Orleans, conferring tho degrees on a claaa of 100, CAMILLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. HOLY ROSARY BAZAR. 1529 WEST E SIS BTA.RKS BLDO, Ct7 yracrtr with O. M. WImitoo A Son. succession. From tho enthusiastic interest prevailing at Little Rock big thlng3 aro expected right along la rapid Defiance and Niles, Ohio, has added MEN TRY US $1.50 suits $1.75 Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co, St it an ' LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK a Worker THOMAS KEEN AN MARKET STREET i JOHN B. RATTERMAN The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2,&GO,000. Columbia Building Fourth and Main iWtMWWWtMtMtttMMtMMOt Mrvvv HHHEVVVyyyyVf ! BROWN & MELVILLE F t t t or not Wo cater especially to the trade of working people. It la our aim to handle only the best goods, made in Union Factories. Being out of tho HIQH RENT DISTRICT our prices are lower than and knowing the wants of the working class, we make our prices right and tho terms to suit every purchaser. TV have a department In which we handle the used goods which we sell either for cash or on payment. We solicit a call to look over You will receive courteous treatment whether you buy else-whor- e, nep-ara-te our-goo- ds. , l.3taEJB9rf H. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnat ad 434 S. Twelfth lyVVY VVVV'VVVVJ FOR (HE MMK-t&l- ,vyyVVyyyVVVyVVVVVVVVVVVVVVyV The clergy, heads of colleges and directors of our Catholic societies PUNERAL DIRECTOR will welcome tho dramatization of Canon Sheohan's masterpiece, "My Brothor Benjamin, New Curate." of St. Xavler's College. Louisville, 2114 WEST MARKET STREET has had this edifying, olovating and Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberlanp thorough Irish play copyrighted and In a few days it will come from the West 1107a. press. Too play was staged in Boston and Louisville while in manuscript form, but now it is on the market to be produced all over tho United States. Coming at this opportune time, when everyone Funeral Directors should be loyal io the Irish cause and the Irish question, "My New Curate," as a comedy drama, will receive a great welcome Tho great Telephone 1022 eviction scene brings reminiscences anc tears to many who witness this beautiful drama. St Xavler's Colloge Alumni has alroady played It thirteen, times and always to crowded houses. This speaks well for an amateur production. It is easily staged and can bo produced year after yoar. Copies of tho drama will be sent to any one upon receipt of 11.00. Address Brother Benja,-mlF. X., St Xavler's College, H. BOSSE SON and Embalmers. charged. Each evening at 8 o'cldck City 3189. auin ms-r-. tho pupils will give a programme consisting of folk dances, songs and drills, exemplifying the work done in tho school during the periods devoted to music and physical culture. In tho afternoon of the 25th and 26th tho hall will bo opened at 3 o'clock and then, the various amuse9 . CHESTNUT ments will be offered to tho chilLOUISVnLH, KX. dren. The different booths will be as AWVWWWWWWWlWWVWWWWWWWWWiWWWWt follows: The mother's apron booth, BOMS PHONE 88 Holy Rosary Alumnae linen booth, CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071 St. Catharine's apron booth, High The Holy Rosary bazar will open tho, evening of November 24 with a programme by the minims of the No admittance will be school. ..FUNBRAI 3DIB5E)CODOR.. L, DirectorBAX D. Funeral and Embalmer 717-71- merclal class candy booth, Chll dren's toy bpo'th. Refreshments will be served In tho gymnasium. DAUGHTERS OP ISABELLA. ucnooi pnpus- - tDDaga raicn, t;om J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. a Loujsvllle, n, Ky. APPROVBD passes, PICTURES. Pro-Revie- w vm WASHING S04WW motion pictures as clean and entertaining: MEyea of Youth." Clara Kimball thone The Oathllic Servlca PJl uutvu BY ! Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty. Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. Mystery of the Yellow Room," all star cast " L "Sacred Sileneo,' WllHam E. "" "' Rus-Bel- Young, "Thfc star Evening." to which all the Daughters and their friends are looking forward with expectant pleasure. fi a. meeting of Tho regular Loulsvlllo Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will take place next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at Knights of Columbus Hall. In view of the fact that nominations for officers, to be elected in December, for the year 1920 will be made, all members are urged to bo present. An Interesting feature o the evening, will be the presence of the chaplain, Rev. of St. Frances of Fatheri Riley, Rome church. At this meeting plans will be perfected for the "Nickel Mreet. 8wuwwiuvwwwwwtwwwwwwwmitwwwww) WitHiMHHrtHmHitMHMHM; DOUGHERTY & McELLIOm 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, . i : 82S 3Bast Main. Funeral Comb. Mala Directors and Embalmers BOTH SOOS-- a ; ! "A, Roaming Bathtub," comedy. star. a suahine' r4 )Wy2HH. . Tit FUNNY FOR OLD CATTS. 1 . Jam v4-I 1 1 VnHVBBBI HbJ.tL Ci MAGIC-KELLE- R SOAP WORKS INCORPORATED i "The Lost Princese," Albert Ray, Eleanor, Pair, stars. "Pootrlghit Maids," a sunshine l&nd shine comedy. "A.Qfrl In Bohemia," Peggy Suii "BcH o Nature Girls," a sunHy- - HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INOORPORATB9) GOAL CO. tat Service. "Bvaneeliae." "The Brg Crate Wal lop." "Tho Winning Stroke," "The Ace of the Saddle." "Jlax," "The Speed "Merry-Oe-Round," comedy. Those; previously approved include Tke Company With the Coal and Famous Black Joe Imrap Coal irom: sfcutera KeBtfxoky. 7.M TJfXM. the application of Messrs. l er ton delivered; $fl.0 per ton Rt yards. r F. W. Lukett, J. M, O'Brien and T. Ynrds'looateil at Fifteenth and MgBli, Yard t Firsfcaad A. M. Hed, artleiee of lmwrporition t'r have bM KrantsjA for le Knights for Yrd d Blemtor, Fepe and Paye Streeto. of Colrtntts Hm t Wt Leute- - !..." 4M4fc VfcMM ftt INCORPORATED. to his brother, N. O. Carbajal, one f JHI of New Orleans' prominent attorneys, contains the following ery noteworthy references nnent the Catta family, which has recently TOMMY LONG, figured quite prominently in current Louisville's star twlrler, sends Florida history: greetings to local friends from his I mentioned "In my letter to home In Memphis; about Cor. Catta' son marrying a fervent Catholic lady. The marriage was performed by si. Jesuit priest la RAGLKY A KUNNKR. Key West, the present homo of both Jack Bagloy, the well known and (the groom and tho bride.. Some popular President of the local . funny things happen, don't they? Typographical Union, proved that 'All the newspapers are now laughing he was some runner In the recent at the Governor. One Tampa paper love 'the great leveler' and eieotloa. As a nominee for Council-(calle- d man and his first start he came ' again as a Joke It remarked, 'We within, two votes' of leadlngvthe wonder if any secrets have bpea twttRty-feu- r Depnoraile nominees communicated to the Pojie, sinee the W 9bHH letter from Rev. Father P. J. Carbajal, S. J., now at Tampa, Fla., A JPJEIOIVJSS. Heme City 209S -- ! tj ! GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ALJS. SMITH, IrROP. I Funeral Director and Embalmerl BOTH PHONES S10. AUXwd. . tHW. K3V voice. - GomatflduM i SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. I Governor's family,' " - v - , " n ie?L "Bl Vi . .. i wi-i- ' . ... ...: jlA. T, y- - - 'w