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Kentucky Irish American: November 22, 1919 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1919 kec1919112201_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 22, 1919 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . V " " MIKE tWC w9 IHCICKS stwc WfW( ill wy wfl MNvHYATWN TO HARDWARE lINfiT KICK HARDWARE CO. 32a W. Market St. iMtaSt. Mk PkHH 432 Ky. KENTUCKY 21. 8 p. m 'with a programme by the. school children. No admittance will be charged. In addition to the at- iRlH "NICKEL! LoulsvlHo .Hotel,1! anu evening of 3 29, are in the ha tainment CommH beru will preside sisted by others Tho hnoiha will table. Mies Ailn Mies Jim mlti Tavl Mrs. Greenwenr WTllfKUT BROWN TAW CAMRH. St ItVttC AMERICAN REPUBLICANS Year. ering. Rapid changes in waste livery Driver iin Hscort. IwtiriH Cmlap & Taiktk I incorporated VOLUME XL1II.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAWOVfcMBER 22, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. pointing another Chairman of tho Board of Public Works this week, the now appointee being the third In less than two years, and followed out the colored scheme, tho list now readlne Roso. Whltn nnd fJrnv. wim lOVOrv fMiqlnmAn ota 1.n.,j 41IU ma... uMm.Aiwu ,, u IIAIU Vinl 41UW Fight fanglod devices that cost the tax- - Y. M. O. A. and lt Libraries Are iiiyeiB uugo sums, ino joKe vacuum AcUvo While Catholics Are clcancr, motor boat house and an Impossible system of garbage gathNegligent. K. Of C. Recon-6tructi0- n ENGLAND'S . tractions will bo 'Raising Voluntary Fund for of Belgium's' Educational S3 stem. a number of choice fowls will be "awarded ine lucky ones, The candy wheel will make many turns Must Drop Her Prussian Milltarlc flTlH at the refro3hment stand will Kni j 8 stem In Ireland, Says found enticing dalntios. The "old oaken buoket" will bring from the riunkeU, wel many surprises. URGES FINING SQUAD. a turkey tree and each beforo enumerated there ovon-in- g Arrangements" ovonlne" in ho Circlo. naiichfnr '"rickel ttUviile YOUR DUTV Brnoon Vembm Enter- - Pace Another Rig Factional mom- In Party Ranks Next hs, at the Ii f, Mrs. Gen. Wood and Roosevelt Tollow. , I People Wkb Dare Protest Are Ruth- - ueorge Cardinal Mcrclcr's FiUhotlo Message Rankin; tell nir. "Shoot them" was tho advlco the leeftly Incarcerated Without Miss Mavme n? Vrfvrv T?4v Tlrriflhnr t?rMile Supremo Knight or (reshments. to the crs Now a Thorn In tho Mrs. Thomas Rrn ftnut frolics, of Bruges, iBolglum, Superior Genwrestling with one the other day out Hbarbiff. the Order. Side. Mrs. Preasmyer ad Genevieve eral cf the Xaverian Order, gave Id on Fourth street, dumping tho waste Bolshevism. -i-B fowling. Tho rpeaking about tho I. W. W.'s.Rt doll" out and sorting it all over the wondering who yf Ivo her a St. Xavier College Friday nigfit. He pavement. Inquiry developed that home and la hnri that all her loft Saturday Wichita, KaB acone of tho rural policemen was Knights Set Out to Fight Spread companied by for Rev. Brother Isa- Irish RepHbllc Ha as Much Moral friends wHl come, tho fo help her Democratic PartjVs Defeats Are Now fooled by tho semblance and had None Can Excuse Themselves From decide her future Unco seen dora, Provincial General, of BaltiSanction as tlie British deposited a letter for the folks of Radicalism Throughout Our Charged to President W1L no child Willi want'. go homo wlth- Duty of Giving Proper more. There are thlryt-tw- o colleges 'Miack hum" in tho street waste box. GoVcrnnieit. Citizenry. out "her ladyahlp.'l son's Course. of tho Xaverian jurisdiction in the thinking it was a receptacle for Guidance. United States and Brother Bernard mail. Thi3 la eure a dirty trick on OONSISJ hopes to visit all of them. Brother our comedy cops, who aro ont ex. Bernard said that he had not heard pected to bo up on tho of a Associated ProMpte watotim from KEYSTONERS IL1VING TROUBLE. big city after a. residence way3 short WILL RB GENEROUS RESPONSE. of the I. W. W.'s until reaching UNITY MUST BE PRESERVED. of a .fahat the Vat- itomo onng tne m Louisville. Ho also said that durwhilo. Here's another handicap to PLAN L1Y WORK OUT JLU'PILY, lean officiollv win ing the past twenty years ho had the ne&t con-the Keystone police. In a Police glstory In the mldd come in contact with all classes and December. Court caso recently one of tho Speaking In London, Sir Horace uusjues new varam I. it Is alreailv In response to an appeal .made by had noticedbo an! increasing unrest s It's' a long lane that has no "hick" cops testified that he made , .. fv that must -. r reate Monsig- - turn, and this wise stopped to make pur- Flunkett, who presided over thB knonvn tho Pope vi I. 41.. T.T.,1,.1. Because f tho many changes ap. the arrest at Preston and First iro as Arch-m- d piles to the pcllltlcal old adage to- streets, although these streets run nivugni an tne cnaracter or our pop- a campaign suance of honest employment safe. Trish convention, had tho following nor Soldevilda Jl lumbus have started Bltuation Monslgnor day. For tho past year the Demo- parallel and are three squares apart, uiauoa oy me wonu war it would among tho 600,000 mombors to raise Ho advised that drastic measures be to eay to a Special News Service cor- blshon of R.irnjrn. Daiuor, Arbtehop.. turn- taken in this country to combat agita- respondent: ruBtu,- wm oe cratic party has been In disfavor Here's another. A woman traveler bo practically impossible to estimate a voluntary fund which will bo eiectea to tne ca Jate. MoDsIg- - with the voters of tho United States, comlngVrom Central Railroad Sta- tho number of foreign-bor- n England is governing Ireland with nor in this ed over to tho Belgian Primate to tors Iboforo they sap the very Bertram. At country who aro not Anioiican citieclaring that tho help of a huge army of occupa- lep of Bres-tii- e and it was freely predicted of the nation, be used in the tremendous task of that the tion Ollt Spvpnth ntropt nfpontnil nnn the men who ehot dawn iLegionaires Hnn toHTy all Hist ItlfAat fhnirlnaa tf lau, svhose ol6vate' Cardinal- - RonilhlTrnn PmMdnnfldl nnmtnntlnn of our noble guardians and sa'd she zens. That thie number is astonishrebuilding Belgium's educational was reserved ie conslstorv next, year would be equivalent to an wanted to know the way to 'Cocll ingly largo may bo taken for grantsystem. The news that the "Ca'eys" in tho Armistice day parade inCcn- - destruction which aro already flnd- - ate 1916. alj win .i trallft. WnjtTi . hql commit inA rnlrl. inc tnoiir nmnnr n nM in tun mn. of Biade a Cardi had cnlUrtod in tho light which Car-- blooded eieeuou. many ojomocrauc leaders Courts as sho was a stranger here. ed. Tho national Amerfcankatlon murder This monstrous substitute I1UI, dlnal Morcier is gone home to carry verv root of our and Btruck at tho seums. concedod this, saying their own Tho Keystoner replied: "Lady, you plan recently launched presses that nnllnruil nrlafonrn for slateamanahip is superlniposcd Tho larger cities of on against Bolshevism by means of party was unpopular Just now be- haven't got jo. gol domed thing on conclusion. COMES 8GYI;l a linn-nreducational methods was made pub- he urged that they be punished to upon tho largest pollco force in promuse of. the great unrest following me, as I am a strangei here my- America pro-rn- t thm problem which Is tho limit of the law. in order that portion to population In tho world. bordered with rr nt. self." lic by James A. Flahortv, Supremo ity added an- - the war, high cost of living and St. TvOlila llnl their like reallzo that they Invite People who daro, to protest against shevlsm. Wo have not made AmeriHere's a funnv onn In thn Wornlrl Knight of tho Order, to whom tho other causes for which the party cans Of tho AHmnlnna nn1,Ant..--. r,...,!....! ...nil, Vln nMnflftl Tlin tTfe death If they continue as thev a regime which voTild not be toler- other lifltlon.illtv'to of Thursday which oucht to have llt Included was blamed but was "As true Americans love ated for a moment by white peopla lnJ its n rprtrlsrrflhlnjr 'wdkan Unmnj sponsible. Duringreally year hot re- been labeled "wit and humor." In Slovacs, Moravians, Sileslans, Greeks, sago to Supremo Knight Flaherty started. .. CT, the I..f.k.ri-- . the ...o..., their country, true Americans must In any other portion of the British MftCfMr, ,,,, lawiiumijif raiiweu. mo publicans gat back and chuckled Re- dlscuaMng Chief, Petty' schoc.l ses- Hungarians. Italians, Jews. Sorblans, follows: and sion tho Horald univprsuy MedicalJ Ohool. Nnfrw Slovenians. said: "Building in- - Croats, Lithuanians, "The numerous and very gratify- protect It," bo said, "it is their empire are ruthlessly Incarcerated. wua In tho but must not Eng- the turning Poles, Roumanians, Russians, Spanrat thoEgypt.- all was lonely point ofranks, lane now BnCCtOI' Koroll Klinkn of Hm luillilfii.r iards, Syrians ing marks of sympathy and affection country; they wnndp.rful let traitors Does it mean, nothing to you that nan uiuiiaron lajtfjE 'the has code In tear rlmvn lt nign senco. RtnioHiro " even English" Jails will not hold pris .enrro, and Ukrainians who force in Louisville, and in extended to me at various times, on been reached and all not a) JoyHo decided to e . Bernard that ho was )1e ' medical ful. When it came tcischoosing the connection iUli that told the police- fcavo been residents of this country jailer, Drofcsslon. nnvl It their visits to mo at Malinos, by Brother too font tosaid nnv trnp lilon. oners wnom every movinir irot reward even In Renubllen.n PrpesItlMitlnl nmnlnoa fnn. men that Haimirabi, King of Baby- - for yeais. The consensus of many high officers and members of knows in the bottom of his heart n that remote region! seems ito ho timt tiv n,r .i. wie m. j.ouis llor hfrnn in RiiHnf nn nml iuii; proinuignreu a law nccordliiu to your oiganlzation, prompt nje to bo of Amorica in three weeks. He an- ought not to bo there? .aha. which yill be an4IXCU1(R dI. he chosa tition of UU4IVIOH; the death penalty nualted tho cumscribed by,the work they do tragody, this futil- It as itha place Beneath all so bold as to appeal to you for tho nounced his visits here the fight between the Old and he hopes to learn America ity and farce, this professional Guard and Roosevelt Is now being contractor uho had built tv House the cnurch they attend save fcr and of there Is being estab- studies. aid or your oraer in xne Bupernumaa nual Lonlsvllln hpttfir !n the anil ovpV is 'ex in It i that ulilch in collapsing kilcd tlio somewhat helpful work of Y. M, task of educational reconstruction Ho was mnoh impressed by fniiirn lished an Irish Republic with at ono hnnrtcnl c.)iwl staged. Gen. Wood Is hlff trip least as much moral sanction, as tho t'frpm Egypt ing tho HoughLeonard 10J0 and tak OUIlcl'." Can von linnirlnA rait- - hlo C. A. and tha nculutnnmthe ...T.tHU First, to Camp which faces me in Belgium. Rider has collection ivlll be Zachary Ho also es before stolen a long load on of Keystoners listening to their eons and daughters obtain for there Is tho University of LoUvain. was shown St. Taylor, cemetery. British Government can claim and tne untt in the Tfiiii .tho Penroso-Lodg- e a or tho Louis tale of HamurabI, King cf Baby- mum irom ine puniic library. This with ten times its. political influence, And as to it, I am glad of this op- factions, and in a. poll of the vm. ..ml... 4 mnlA it aIiwii that" thA While in Louisville Brothers Ber- not only upon the tlhought and acHouse and Senate Wood was an lon? Tho speaker was sure shoot- Is a charge brought by Mary Antln MEREL1 Isadoro destruction of the LIbiary. and two nard andBenjamin, were guests of tion of the Irish peoplo, but upon overwhelming favorite with the men ing away over the .heids of the (herself an immigrant who fought .11 President of St. the .L. iuo vit fl.A Brother wo wiw sentiment throughwho keep their ear to the ground comedv cops with that line of tnlk. tho uphill battle to Ameiloan citiuuiiuiuijs, outer t...lt.ll Tho dallv Ben glv-- and reflect tho sentiment of the Re- Old King HamurabI was jure a zenship) In her bcok, "They Who scientific instruments, are only a Xavier's College, where the pupils out tho world. Let us coneider what ine widesnrp-n- rta "i gave an excellent entertainment in can now be done. I start with tin base- - publican machines back home. Knock at to portion of the damage done to tho The stranger and tho ranks of thein Ma have been Our Gates." Americana less rumors cat for eM Republican horses have begun to went fondly to cherish assumption that you .must at oncd and university by tho war. Duririg tho their honor. X Brui- - attack Wood audience. Building Inspector Koroll tlho fulsome phraso. "Land of Opwar tho university was, altho.igh suDsuiuto civu government ror Prus- ary, tho sale af and the fight i on this 'city. TRAINING COURSE OFFERED. rlsh Wall Street, the big Interests and must be a stranger" in our midst or portunity," yet hundreds of thousian militarism!. 'Never again must a Arnorlr-nclosed, obliged to continue providing nttn r to s sands or .foreigners never learn that British mllltftrv trrrra ho nmnlnvnrl sell has'been1 "kldder.'' me UHt uuard agalnet Wood and either he i a for its professors and staff In BelV- the Chaperones for the Catholic War for the establishment or support of truth, never realize- what It J to be gium, many of whom were in very the Roosevelt "followers, of really an American, never enjov thia listees "YANKEE PRINCESS." painful circumstances owing to their Council rest room for the last part nnv Political svstem 4n ;inv tvirt of Boardtaken Gove ttow here's where the Democrats Rave advantages which tho United States' that will be able to sit up and tak nour"- hemes having been destroyed. Tho cf Novomoor are Miss Julia May Ireland. Once this is conceded, the-- woujd lend no Th...TfiffiwwnrL .TIiAbIop onnna ftS? offers- them 'so plentifully. It(nl4)nt flan... WTV.rt.1 a AnM,u.l.t onormous, ... 41.1,.- Kine. Mrs. O. P. Mat.en.lf. VIsltitlmi roaa to an man settlement, which idle, Trrelo the inexpenditure T rumors. t, -Homo jrirls. wrv Pfertdtfte should ,blBftt?d day iMSwoRjwltbj a high claRa mu- - same ouenumea come from the .'wine iy ccinu iui. iu jiuui ,4. iiiuut una !"Mrs. Henry Miss Bosslo LafToatfi. the British Government blocked, will tioned, not ' locality in Europe asi our an- Whelan. Mrs. Thos. A. be reoiCncd, The unltv of nwny vy asy Krone: situation tho capital fund3 had to be t.wnmtmmmm. "A Yankee KM .must ih nrowrVort. Tho nrnnmnl tn would not b mriilnir of tk drawn upon to the very last ccnUmo Brocar, Mrs. MoDonough, Mrs. omttieot, Weod sian M.red at present infU meaHar; yet. we permit themIhe edde Stftlkw place Ie tw io be contrasted. Miss 'May MIbs Eincear Lanaster, .eetwp U'osepamta.IreJande in- the j . 4 .1 tWNMalMiButg bulI.. eHy i'iww. gmfc- day airii, mm aM;JMi.i. RhoaerMrs4E4w.Cllls, eiotetk)R thaUttiey- will Louvaln University Is one of the 3LD11 Mns. P. T, Spftnlnn. Tlfra Afapv A coioe logeuier is open to tne .iiiiri Wifilo Catholic agencies have been well be nroud arid one wihlph will "ha Roosevolt over tho heads of many warks of moral and social order In ratal certain to provide visitors to tho woefully lax in measuring this prob-leBelgium tho only Catholic Univer- Recktenwald, Mtos Valeria Link,1 objection that the Parliament of tho Il5lt Afnihpll Tvitlk. TT,,a.t.ln xrM,. others. .During tho war bo obtained new edifice university jNiiss .Agnos Jacquea and Mra Geo. Tllfl Iftpifv mrnillfl tr ill nHAVnhlllti. An. and supplying tho remedy ot with a distinct surprise a reputation as a Ipader of the soresity. It is a complete Albany, Ihd., andfjullus Algatln, head squad by reason of the metamorphosis AmoniCanlzatiloTi tho nt- comprising all the faculties, medicine, Nabers. fThe ohaperono list for De- olaro at onoo its sovereign independ Headquarters that were busy criticis- which hns been worked in tho place. like Y. M. C. A. and tho nnhiin li law, olvll engineering, theology, etc.; cember is noAV being made up,, and ence anu xnen tne wortn and South Zachary Taylor, Ttetichment, Camp ing our part In tho war and lending werO the principals no practical ihelp. braries (usually Tho asked to please call would never; come together, except house has there aro 110 professors, bealdes volunteers aro IMllf rn,in. people will not stand The American done interiortn of tho nn,l whlt been been dointr mioro "teaming" it) havd Ut froft AfTlv over hlnn tulih in tiho nnt ImnnVhahln nvon rf An.l, in a weddlncr at 7nVlrv.l thnn ht the subordinate staff. If it is to ing th ofilOA. for a grouch day night at the camp. Tho Rev. or grumbler class, which has heretofore been having a quarrel with England. making cltllrcns. struggle on Impoverished and unand Wood's conduct touches of coral and gold and ranci3 .uonneiiy, hanlaln of tho uunng tho war would handicap his carpetings nnd hangings in rich with night classes enableTho Y. M. C A uem x)n rnursuay nignt nas ooen - dopilved of nn.T.n or wtixinm in nnw Tno and aided Belgium will beto was tho ft candidacy, and the .plea for sym. viviu tones winicn Diena with tne learn English, thus tho foreigner tho night, its most effective weapon against tho changed to Wednesday V.ntrMah hours m'ake to tho Irish npjonlo o. fir offa Seventh Field Art overcoming C ift !). brlclo. who pathy that he wasn't sent over be- generai color scheme. Myriad lights Hrst and JTivMatoat otvctnviy 4 - i i. A nnrf Of tho fullest mPiORIiro nf aolf.trnv. nclating corgym lni in social upheavals which threaten the Mrs. T. ',d Hlrpftt. P.TJntv cause of tho Democratio administra- have also been installed in the place of tilings American; make h'im ac mathematics la ibelng formed, to bo ernment consistent with tho nocossl- - is a niece of P: whole or Europe. effects have tion would "Secondly, hundreds of school held once a weflk. pithlflr li'rlflnv nr ues ot true common defense of the Clark, 906 East Amrrlican procedure lCOrf .!, XT, Gen. Pershingbring tho retort that and beautiful masking of tho been qualnted with law, AlDanv. la a enaonleved in tlio buildings have been destroyed; Monday, and those interested are United Klnevlom In thn. mnrJr, Albany High- - Scl, blubs along Ihtealth, did not want school and olvlo ,l nd also a Wood U beaten by the Old him, If in silk shades of pastel stones. The linos, thus removing the monaces of to call up or stop by tho of- - tho Status Of A ilnmln. graduate many, if not all of our schools, high asked Guard spaciousness nurse flCA .and tthAlr rmn TIiA Annn. ion with defense reservations. affright and distrust; get him in of the Jefferson Thea then you can look for a repetition It is Bcnoois aiiu cuiiubtH uavu uuu iu ioni of .Roosevelt's performance, of sulk ter admits of a scale of prices re- touch with social, civic and religious heavy debts in order to face tho cl has been asked to toll those ln-- said that there is no longer any dif- Free Hospital, Erli ing in nis tent or openly opposing imirKUtnn lor L'neir rpnaonnninnnna agencies from which lattor diffdenco difficulties of tho war. I wl&h to loresiea unai ine unnarens I'roo ficulty in England; only in Ireland SEEING se11 Wm to stray. ia:a?tho nominee. So it can bo seen that The-- range Is .from fifteen to fifty !?a.hvue emphasl7e the fact that neither tho Hospital has started a training itself. What i meant is that Ulster Thd course for children's nurses. The says: "We twon't Jiavo it" And the future of tho Democratic paity cents for matinees and twenty-fiv- e pu.J,ciibrar,es Provide tho foreigner university nor the high bchool3 or With tho the seventy-flv- o with collegpi receive any subsidy or aid course covers one year and will bo n England had promised not to coerce height to4&?..at ' Is not such a gloomy one, and the to included at night, with war in hJshis natlvo paperc, with books and oth means tax only obstacle figures. "The in owti languago, of any kind from the State." They possible of obtaining pleasant and Ulster. The coercion bogey is for si cuts running 4nf TivntiirtL-- rejuvenation in tho way of a quick Yankeo Prlncos"those nrnilnnllnn nr sand aild onn huaintwiosicivo a thou- . la il employment. Further In- English consumption only. Tho only is President Wilson. are entirely nn.li visitors in New ,rttCIty aro find- - The Democratic jiarty lias suffered the Broadway revue type, featuring pollUcal problems for him, mako "I am purposely confining my re- formation may bo obtained at tho real coercion in the moral coercion lnc Tlentv to which Ulster applies to tho British ' uvo uuicnis now nccniise of followcwuvi vjuuujt, quo oi ine oest Known marks to the educational side of our office. l inoro 13 really somerF.i.H i a, moiuivu Government who nass it on m thn DouLsvlllo nconin iiior ing Wfcon'g policies Mindly and it is comedians in musical comedy, with thing lvei ". this strnngo and new about reconstruction problems, ns I unthe rast uuu .iurz. d, nppnrcnt to cxcijone that new lead- Virginia Lo Roy, Doris Canfleld. America which Is meant for service shape of physical coercion to the rest BISHOP'S MAIL IIFLED. derstand that your great brgania-tlo- n E. Maggand. Mr. Jirs. Frank J. Johnny Gllmoro, Harcld De not demands, be put ui iroianu, wishes, In the future, especially Surterlln. Afr nnH .rs. G. V. Par- - ers must course forward, l'rpildent o Charles Le Roy, Jennetto Lewis,Bray, to understand which is not so bard Wilson's Britain can either sot up an Iriph ker. Abo Joe Mail addressed to Bishops In offhand when act tlio 1'nrls'conler-enc- Boggs. to direct Its energies and force to V C Levi. r. O. Harris. .1 Ernest Ellison and others, quaintance (has Parliament at onoo tfn nmroiut cnh G. V. HolllsfAr ia Tint rvnlv nnoniwl hv lha. killed lilm ns n leader and such matters, and under this head I N. Kavanaugh, IIinlolKv of flin Amirlcrm iuhm.1,. tlio backed by tho La Salle beauty nT,?0, Forler-- been rightly made. ... must also mention tho urgent dis- ish officials there, but it is even functions as can be exercised Indo- - James W. Government has T. Robln- a naficmiwldo Amerlcanlza'-tlo- n Mtteili- - opposed to liN close chorus of twenty girls, making up tress of our Christian Workman's rifled of any sums of money that it penaontiy or tlie agT'eemcnt which son, Capt. Monteam rey,J. L. V. Cas- - ilny G. 'H Au the roster of entertainers. ffUMtvIn 4iirf iio4iIa1 trrVin niet may contain. echool which will fall unless all tTnlntia tn hnturtvnn ifko tllly, R. K. Krav relations i Itli Englnnd. ie made plain in Will hiaVO to bn This ,Fred Hoertor ore ready to help. The timing ot Tlio Leaguo of Nations is not It eeome unnecessary to enlarge on a letter JWlUp.h rum j1onn ivnlrnl w Northwest conuvr ami lin met nt ho and J. S. Schwab. the plan is late by Lwenty-flv- o INTENTION FOR DECEMBER. horq, as tho election o necessity now more iicv. nimonu uartca, or tho Church country or. it can set up a slmilaily the absolute but it may work out happily. yeare, testify, despite the claim of than over of giving our workmen of tho Annunciation, Philadelphia, v.iv.Mru vvutoiuuu ui vuuauiueni asEduO'LEARY HIKING. Tho Decemfoer 'intention of the cators throughout tho country, social tho Blsham preps. every opportunity of acquiring skill from tho Right Rev. Dr. Michael sembly to decide tlioso relations. In tho recent Ulster, since It will be negotiating flection Gov, Black, the Democratic League of tha Sacred Heart will bo wwoC,CoUl,r(Vs,0U3 proper training in their trade, Fogarty, tho valiant Bishop of and Despite his fourfWre 3 ears, Dan nominee, was as provide teachers. in County Clare. Bishop Fo- as a minority with a Urge majority whllo keeping thra in a truly Chrissti ong a man ns we "tho Conversion of Unbelievers," tho c concluding garty tells how tho sum of $175 Is entitled to demand the sanction of time, is still grea'"J walker of all have In .the Democratic partv, a ceitTvlnly ono moot timely a't this ,ha3' It would bo intereating tian atmosphere. In gingerly over clean, steralghtforward gentleman of period of unrest and uncertainty. stepj very was. taken from, a letter addreesed the British Government as one Just haw generously Catho-Ic- s ought I to apologize for thia the earth. Dan have extended their help! The appeal to you and your to iWIm. Tho money was a subscilp-tio- n which In their opinion provides rea- the weok liere andspent the first of ability and Diwnr. vw im no ,i- - Owing to the strike maintained In on Sunday took a fentctl becnuho sonable safeguards for it special numher to tho Irish national loan, of of order to help mo in tho immense of Na. New York City, it will not bo pos- Cathollo of, thIs art,cI kow3 that of Louisville friends on a iioiu, uio liquor uetioii nnd sible for t"he League Leaflets nnd the laymen and womon. with need I am In? I 'feel I must not, which the Btsliop is a trustee. The Interests. Jaunt into Indiana, troubles being minor is'ues. labor Messenger of tho Sacred Heart for If Ulgter refuses io.hcJp, the new covering the distance in eight and no Pressing de and it Is with great confidence that letter Teads; And hours right horo it might December, published by tho Apostlc-shlpmands oh thir nrMA. "Your letter and tho two papers Irish Republic, which is already a and ten minutes. O'Lcary I send it to you and nvlth my heartsoon will Thomas Jefferson hadbe said that if righteous moral protest, will become go Prayer, to reach the centers Places have played tho part of "stony felt gratitude for whatever tho have arrived for a condor in thesa been alive and to and j .1 Knights of Columbus will be able to Piratic days, when every letter to ah an effective palltioal reality. Speak- across tho Panama Canal back. walk tho nominee of Kentucky Democracy fof tho usual promoters meetings. Cround" m.m? nuu,,i 41,. the He he would have been beaten Just as But they will be senfr without delay silence. ing for moderate Irishmen, for so I apparently isthmus and Irishman, with its contents, passes do to help me. Thousands of those they is as active-- as he was badly via llov THtsvlr I.Artn.rA ,. ,i.tM as soon as off tho press. have, hpfn Into tho ploue pocket of John Bull, may describe- tho Irish! dominion tn m. . "Yiours very faithfully, Issue. The Kentucky Irish Ameri as did one" of mine lately containing league, I ask England to give us a when hero many years ago. cormllglonigts; theso-the"D. CARDINAL MERCIER." Jiave piU- can has received opinions from difLOVED WOMAN?" appeal on. behalf a check for In a nation-wid- e for the Irish loan. chance to conolliato both extremes. iciiuiii.cu xo remain stranger RECORD FOR NBW ALBANY. Ttoey parts of the State and while you know the they' In a strange Jand. Would the forferent ave they mention "Tho .most loved woman'Mn tlie eigner be preme Knight Flaherty had the foL. suppressed tho loan, and aro at ,m WOULD EXPOSE FAICBS. Chairman Arthur Greftoire, J. Na-b- the Republican different causes for State of Misjouri" Is the way Mrs. country? SIS cold a hoat Hn n1 " """ present like a mad bull In a china IVVVJIlg OVilb kUtUUUUUL WLU VUUUU the chief and Miohael Stelnert, Jr., of cause attributed landslide, League of Blake L. Woodson, of Kansas City, Yet tho task is an urgent one, esis tho to the 1,800 council of the order shop, smashing up every paper in The attempt that is being made Nations Dnltr tnrlnv o vnt.,.!.,'... ,. was introduced at tho State conven- pecially urgent in view of tho efforts embracing a membership of 000,000: thO COUntTV Of THah fhaftntay ay,A to federate and standardize tho vari-du- s New Albany Council, Knights of are conducting a gucceaeful Xeltchfleld, an actryo Democrat at- clapping IWehmen by scores Into 'In this appeal lies atwo-fol- d of tion of the United Daughters of the of radicals of vn.riottc eirinA. i charitable activities may accom- membership campaign, and extraction to the sympathy of tho Jan. prank P. Walsh was grand at plish, one good purpose. It will help pected that at leasteventy-flv- e It iscan- ioug eianaing, cites tho same fact, Confederacy held at Springfield. Mrs. the ignorant astray, to commandeer says that ho would not support Woodson has always shown an in- mo iuitv represen'eu uv and Knights of Columbus. Not only can the Foreign Relations Committee. If to destroy the fake charities. Sonie didates will be received the immiinto tha or- Woodrow Wilson for you oeo him will you remember me of our timid folk ear terest and activity in Into their we, in keeping with our that It will der. This will 'be the lacKest class tee. Democrats by School Trus- charities. The strange local Catholic grant are critical, own ranks. Tho gill working times custom tho thousands nmi cnm nf ., fiere in America, sustain to him most kindly, also to Gov. bring with it investigation of Catho- ever received into New Albanv In tho city 103 never knocked In movements Into whloh tho Immigrant voted for Morrow, Ballard Dunne and Mr. Ryan. We are not lic activities. There Is just one Council, Catholic education in stricken now" one.ofthe most active Republican ticket, expectingand the vain at her door tot help, advice or thing that the churoh courts an in- In Indiana. The Initiation an Inbut we can again show to His dknmyod." TOius uritn are mimical will take ferior iStatjB Government thereby, sympathy. She is largely responsl- - ftoundatiens of our Republic to the Eminence, the Archbishop "tof Ma- vestigation. 'The churoh has nothing nlaco the latter txjrt. of thia month ind of 4 1. Kin tn 4!isv a .. n ..f ...,..t. the Social or.lor na but who Tvore, bitter against Wilson lines, tho honor In which we hold to hide from the world. From tho ACTIVE BISHOP, IIaa.. ..4 only guidance, but pcoijer guidance him. Tn an age when men have ex- day of her birth she has longed and and nvill be ah elaborate affair. Tor his surrender to England. Sum- Glrfs' Hotel. Large delegation .from LouIsvllleT ming It atup, Kentucky Democracy - ".--- .J Right Rev. Michael J. Gallagher. n raved for lnvMsMrar.tnn niiMtea tn stemect courage, nave shn i.n .;, uuu. n9no can excuse Jeffersonyllle and other must' look jo the future and sand CONGRATULATIONS. themselves from tho duty of elvina faced tho moat terrible circum- BtdhOD Of Detroit for nothing more etrongly than that urns!, m uib ceremonies. cities will men to flKmtarl hlo .. iOlCll KUldance to thn full ...n!; the national convention who stances, have won through to etlory d birthday' anniversary nor doctrines and practices should will think and act for themselves Col. John McAteer, one of Louis- their time, means and abilty. Cath against the most frightful obstacles, Tuesday. Btehop Gallagher is a .na- be known. AM 'that ho has over MANY IIKAH THB.M. and ignore the dead and beaten poli- ville's pioneer citizen, fa celebrat- uuiB musi snare in tnis work. In An age when a million were tried tive of Michigan, being born at Al- - asked of .the world is the liberty of . mJ cies of Wilson. birthday today, In that way the ing .life ninety-firtl ....... under fire and proved their man- Kf.M OB, of C. V. iw was uru&inea on, Aiarcn proclaiming the Gospel of Ohrlst. party can hope "been horn hood, the heroic Primate' of Belgium 19, 1893, consecrated Coadjutor She asks for no privileges but only slonarieri, Father Alphoneua and est and. success. for awakened inter- havrair Col. McAteer Novmhnr 22. l 1828. Is " eniovlne BIsnon nf flnnH PnnMa Im inic PAULIST CHOIR COMINf t. Btands n as ner wi nuf-v- win-eFather Miehaol, have been at New Many expect that Republican' good health, and his host of friends "This man of God, who never swoceodlng Blsbop Rlehter ,tlie fol- - richL The church f not nfrawi HAyen, giving a mitelQa In the State admlnietratlon will only be a are predicting that he will be with . One of tho pivui to.t nt ..Iranjifori- wavered from his duty to his peoplo lOWlnfiT Vpar. nrul tn crltlolem. The Catholic kmnrine parallel of the local misfit "reform" us nny more years. cal treats cf tho "winter wilt be the though "put to tho most severe trial Detroit on July 18, 1918. His en government, and by the invader, has come to tine ure mo nas rjeen spent in. Mloiilgati, .gUe up Me hfo such develops Paullst ohcir of New York, former-- y tor. attendant lis a hun tha woo be the State. if Taxpayers frwn, FATHER O'CONNOR. Knigbte of Columbus" for assistance where his acHvitiefl have won him no jwk or tils fellow maa Is the lars-fli- t The ru of Chicago, hlch has won a v. bnntvti .bau nil parts of the eity have been kickNews Irom Riverside, Cal Is that n-wide .in the eduoational recorWructlon ef. the reepeot of people, of all creeds, tieht to nerve hUs Corl in iuum nn,i rhurch being crowded every' and night ing like eteera thte fpat ten dys be- Rev. George M. Connor, pastor at ......, reputation ue m is in great his nation. quiet. Ho does pray that those out Here in America we juonisviiie 4j wm wiw peupte eajrer o irrear Tne cause of the ratee in awesements. CR. WUHom'B chureh until he west to December 11, under the auspices ot out to fight the spread of side the church will investigate, but THANKSGIVING SOCIAL. hve of Tomorrow the the notices of hMcIi were held h 'he Far West for his health, is im- the Knights of Columbus. mdtcalkmi throughout our clUaenry. wants that Investigation, to be made mliMioil Wfl alOMt Hriti ih Psna,1 until .after election day, as Cheq proving and he to .able to be out. are forty buva In inc. nt.nl- - -- .iThere . We hve entered upon en era of In the right spirit. You can spend an enjoyable afbleslnr. Searcv. the Republican bosi and our ther Connor is now acting rector men. wider educational effort than we ternoon or evening The t St. Ann's real Mayor, is not overlooking any St. Francis de Sales' church dur-rn- g SOlOiSt VMI be .Tohnnrlnclnal tonor ever eeMyed 'before. In the school haH on Thanksgiving day, bare fflnn.... SISTERS IN RHTRBAT. GOKR KAST. bets In fooling the public. Increases the absence of the paetor on a St. Patrick's nith,iri v. appeftl 'from the Cardinal we Have a when a Rnntel wttf Tib .i..."u h have been sent out rijrtit and W Tacatiom. MM to a parallel work." ' there will 1. member? of St. Ann's congregation. v.ni uZ' ."..T,J?" The eight, davy retreat for the . ., say the N-4. the famou. Zl Bein in the nature of a The afternoon eotertalnmnt wll' totew of the .Good JWiepherd. con-jnonum-PRAY FOR THBM. theocean beat It HOLY HOflARY BAZAAR. beis attti.'2:15oolock u in Ibe ww ujr .i iwr. i7Ber Antnrose, erai raewj ift wew yorK. P"P My' ton few Jt would plane,taxed for oul and "Aaepie ridelis" hwm,. be eveniacr will be ""J 8. Ti tmii rendnrArl wtt .r . ? t t .i.i... Stehtli and tufiiMiMP THamidirtt KmAtal uJnLhmttAjU iay. Nir Mayor Smith broke It 'Keen nryin for the Poor Seals nnd oherut The Knlsrhta Ivdm . lOHMimc A feefere aBBounoed ithe bazar and ParSe tyvenue. 9Utk eveH wouifi like to mar Mm, t f their uring November. IThey never for-- make tWs a beneit for record, and nrohab'v a record nwiH eeen MOAoay, neveter Z4, at street ew immnhbc t&e oor, ttiJr edu w"n. . (or & entire QtWted 6ttw, as- their besef&eters. catioeal fund. . of 1 m: Art table. Hy table, boxes were alro a feature and the latest in this line is painted like tho big mail boxes and thereby hangs a Larger Cities Present Problem Ror- tale. Two cf tho Keystone police Wtsre dered With 'tho Horrors of - life-blo- 1 o ... uree-Do- rn opln-iio- 1 anti-Briti- flret-clas- - 1 Troln-nr- t St - i.i Flor-encetFra- aw Jy, jay "V" V . f fcjJMWrf m ,..ii.. .. lj-- of-"i- V1 - m-c- ur ( "" - -, g. nvoolr'-wta- i Tl. u m-- ed evori'-wher- Kil-lalo- o, UL-eary- . open-heart- ed tlio-lioag- thlrty-flve-ml- le of - " ocli-v,- i y jl,j .i.j -- er ij time-honor- ed Bel-plu- I m, ll -- .- fifty-thir- -- ..- mm st pre-emine- ' y rar-u- s -- 'iAWryTzs. t- -r uod-gnve- te .v.-- -, i natio- -- rin p ty-fl-ye ill -- & ii.i oY$ft ii -- W wd-the- O, w an-t- hr .. pre-Cir!- t- ?t ,'$ 'J e C '4.' W2H.-.- .' -- nlt T" Jiw-- t ' t !.?-...?- j J. j14t Je. H' jajwaNtroBrsr 'xftxerct KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. , fK- - Sod.l and Mottl Adv.Dcement ol Irish Americans sad Catholics Young Men s Officially Indeed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Catholic Knights of America. Institute and A&n&jatx&AXx HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. 1818-182- & Murphy. Firet and third Fridays, HtbesBiaa 0 Portland. Home, President Tim O'Leary. Vice Prestdent-Walt- er Brod-erlck, Sehmitt, Atkt Byrn, New Albany, Indt; Merfciwet Maineler. Eula Mae Davern, Cecilia McNally, Lillian Jones, Dorothy Kneller, Anna Smith," Helen FLahf-r- Clara Anz, Ethel Dahl and Chexlotta Wooden. , fl A - Mies Helen Eve Landes and Will- lam P. Henncsey will ..be united in Financial SecreUry John 1850 Portland avenue. Publtahera PRINTING CO., lncorpot. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Recording Secretary Joha COP.Y 5c Martin. JUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. s Matter. s Martin Entered t th Loulivllle Pottodlct i s Second-ClasSerKeant-aWLrm- - - . wll be bridesmaid and Harry J. Henneesy the groomsman. Miss Shee- - Catherine Falk wlllibe maid of honor and Oharlos P. Fkseco and Norman AMERICAH. 319.331 W.it Grs.n St. han. IRISH L. Murphy will act as ushers. FolSentinel Thomas Noone. Hint .11 Communication! to tht KENTUCKY lowing a wedding breakfast at the heme of the brldo'a mother, Mrs. Caroline Landes,, 1126 East BreckDIVISION 4. street, the young couple will Meeta second and fourth Mondays. inridge a bridal tour to Now York, leave on Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Niagara FallB, Washington and President John J. Barry. other points. Mark J. Ryan. Vice President SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1919 Lawrence Recording Secretary Tho marriage of Miss Rosa LOUISVILLE. KY D. Meany. James W WIckham, of DuSecretary Thomas J. buque,to Iowa, was solemnized on Financial not Interested In high wages; They SniLY TWADDLE. Halo Wedncfday morning, Novombor 12, are usually interested In hindering Langan, 2114 John F.avenue. Burke. Treasurer Rev. Father Maloncy performing the predictions of the tho man who pays high wages. They ConSergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick The gloomy coromony and celebrating nuptial out nelly. hleth) maso at St. Columba's church. and Times as to want to hurt him, to drive him Courier-JournWork-don- 't Miss Nolllo Ttelaney was her sister's Sentinel M. J. McDermott. what will happen to America if we ,? business. Tho American maid ot honor and Mr. Joseph accept the League ot Nations ingman will not play that game, O'Mara, of Dubuque, Iowa, was best COMING EVENTS. every i0nco ho understands It. When two man, and tho U3h6ra wero Messrs. is amusing, while tho abuse of A. Ackley and Thomas citizen or .legislator whb doesn't1 unreasonable parties refuso to reach festi- Kenneth Following tho ceromony a Thanksgiving agree with the Bingham press Is dls-- nn agreement, their quarrel should valNovember 21 afternoon and even- Barry. and dinner, tlw Tho more one reads and fa(J confInci "t0 themselves alone; it ing, St. Paul's Hall, 1024 South wedding ibrcakfast was served, at and gusting. homo of the bride's parent.?, Mr. tho Bhould prevented from doing Jackson street. heard of the League ot Nations Later In tuo Mrs. W. S. Ackley. November 24 Euchre, lotto, tur- day Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wlck-hpwonder is that the unueu auues ham to otherS( But when two Columba's church, left for a short stay In Chicago Senate has wasted this much time reasonable parties can not come to key raffle, St. evening. and St. Louis, after which they will document. The agreement, It is time to look be aftornoon and on this and make their home In Dubuque. 5 Euchro November bluff that America will not bo able hlnd ih(J BCenc3 t0T a third party lotto, St. Patrick's church, aftornoon ST. PATRICK'S. to get along alone Is silly, and l9lwhoso interest Is to keen them and evening. put forward toy England, who wants quarrejlns. Bazar for beneThis ippUe3 to Jabcr November of St. The entire congregation protection from tho many, enemies disputes as well as other disputes. fit of ir,oly Rosary Academy, In 1Patrlck'3 Is busily engaged In prepPark arations for the grand euchre and and Fourth cruelty ana sometimes .both employer ana em auditorium, she has made by her lotto to be given In the schcol hall misgovornment. Tho Tories, Daciteu ployo aro unreasonable and do not avenue. festival, at Sixteenth and Market on the af' 25 Turkey November press in this seek agreement but conquest; In by tho and evening of November euchro and lotto by Holy Cross ternoon 2S Tho. fl.ft.etnnnn tvart of 9d nnH country, aro tho only real supporters whiph case their unreasonableness jhurch, aftornoon and n,i'intfnltlie entertainment will too for young Later on ought not be permitted to. cause Inof the misfit treaty. November 25 n...i.M with special attractions to to the public. r.i,..s n,,- -t ,1'mii TftPrnoDn aad old, faQcy of these publishers will bo rewarded by convenience or loss ,a Jt fw Knight of tho Garter But there- havo been occasions when and evening; being made a cnarce leeu mai incy wouiu xie dui employes were November 27 Thanksgiving So- indifferent hosts if tho.v provided or allowed to. be presented to His both employers and Ann's reasonable enough to be able to cial at St.evening. school hall, after- but two ways for their guests to en Royal 'Igbness. Joy .themselves. Therofore the ways agreement, and were noon and reach an Buy your wheel tickets at this of enjoyment ivlll.toe many and there prevented by hidden Influences. i will be many who will come meiely STAMP THEM OUT. office. It should mot be forgotten for a for enjoyment tout who will experience profit. St. Patrick's pecple Federal State and local authori- single mlnuto that though a strike hiivo an established reputation for ties should wa3to no timo In dealing may mean loss of money, time and supplying 'numerous and beautiful with tho I. W. W., Bolshevlkl and peace of mind to all directly conprizes for ocoasions of this kind, aro Socialists who d and usually the majority of those cerned to worklngman, manufac who visit hem do not go away to create anarchy in this turer and public it doo3 riot tfeces empty handed,. As this will bo tno country. A sentenco In the tho same loss to overy- sarlly mean given Mrs. Mary Roca Bowling spent lant entertainment of the.klnd Houso preceacu by a good bain wjll year, Tindi. as " last week with relatives at New thla all these whoit nush be tho best Bhnnlrt bo nroscrlbed for tho soap one. to pass a of There aro 'Interests that make Haven. pleasant aifteiWon or evening or box orators and red 'flag wavers. The money out or certain Kinus oi Gavin havo Sot themsolvesSinto a proper framr Roman Catholic Church can point Mr. and strikes. If those strikes did not Ju:it moved iMrs. Martinnow, homo at of mind. 4o ".celebrate Thanksglvhia into their with pride to Its record In this conday should. comjo,.to St. Patrick's the . pay somebody, there would bo fewer 1333 South You Monday orMfeday boforo. nection, always being an enemy and of them. principal may opponent of this mongrel class of fThomas J. Shelly left yesterday part takohomyJthyouthe dinnor or f Tapiksgivlag citizens, and for this reason wherfor Havana, Cuba, whore he will be you may befarded tho gold piecis RECENT DEATHS. you will see these unconnected with the racing associa- '.(hat will pujBUee a good part of ever found that dlmaorjHl if you come twice Tuesday eveninc tho Angel of tion. desirable citizens as leaders In A. P. you might- - gnBo gold pieces Anymoro polished Death took from tho homo of RobTho A. movements. MLsues Mary Keegan and Mary how, If you'ffire Juit a' little bit 2214 West disguise themselves as opponents or ert and Helen Goodln, son, Kobert Craig Stoll left Saturday for a visit scientific l.n,gjpMs. you will get Droadway, political Benjamin. their Infant to Mrs.. J. V. Shipp in Woodford something, ttiJfcwill make you feel Immigration and become The funeral was hew county. happy. If, yBMComo and are Hunleaders In tho Junior Order. Thursday afternoon. To the be gry you VlH'ljHey the supper that reaved parents is extended wo symMahoney, who wag the vil be sefrvedsBwn 5 to 8 p. m. it Hiss Flora pathy ot imany friends. r NOT BACK YET. guest of Mr. and Mrs. George you are tb4frou will find plenty has returned to her homo at of cooling artOMrcs ana ico cream: of Thursday morning the funeral paper tho coal strike has been Hiayen. On New and if'YOMiartfaitaR to get married - Mr. Bernardino Stevens took place you might jevojiF gel a wedding cake. ended but the men aTo not work- from St. Brigid's church, Rev. Fath Jaglowicz has returned, paving mane nuii uutasy iirt(jJiiriiiiuua Mm J. A. Vng yot. The" court mandate lias er Jansen conducting tne solemn Patuhelr the, mother from' Hamilton, Ontario, where she been Obeyed by the union officials services. Deceased was1414. Christy visited relatives and attended the to- entertain Actcnd friends, St. a cordial invif-tio- n rick's p'eoplo strike order has been re- of Mis. Carl Pfahor, woman whom wedding of hor cousin. and tho to them Jto come and enjoy a But the miners have not avenue, and waa high esteem. scinded. Tho lliour set Is 3 everybody held In O'Leary and Ed- themselves. next Monday and jind Miss Catherine Tues gone back to work. Tho real set the, o'clock on ward G. Gnau were married in Miss Anna Kapheke, wife of parors ot St. Georgo's church Tues- day. tloment of tho strike will come It It comes at all at the conference George Klapheko, passed out of this day morning at 9 o'clock. Ror. HAPFll WEDDKD. Monday morning at the family officiating. that has been called and Js mooting life residence, 829 Sciuth Shelby street, Father Weiss Besides in' Washington. Tho Government following a .short Illness. toy three Announcement has been made of cesThe weddlnai I,t Miss Anna Fsan- -Wilton Henry TorMurnan has secured Injunctions and court her husband she 13 survived tho engagement of Miss VJola Thursday morning tout hese do not reach tho daughters, Mrs. Joseph Steurle. sirs. Sweeney, of South Louisville, and. stogge otook pi orders, St. James church, ciock thoy touch George Strotman and Miss Estiva John Grant, of Sparta, the wedding at a Individual miner, hor do Mid Edenside ave- Bardstown ro: Klapheke, and one son. Fuhoral to take place in January. bolng performed nue, tho core tho questions in dispute between the services were held Wednesday mornby the Rev. E Willett, assUUed miners and operators. Let us have ing at St. Martin's church. Mre. J. B. Watihe,n, Sr.. has left by the Rev. X Sutton. George full" and fair discussion of these a for Hot Springs, to remain several so ot tho music Mrs. Frances Krupp, aged eighty-on- e months. She was accompanied by E. Runner hai Pas wa.3 sung and questions and a fair settlement of and long a resident of this city, hor son, Richard Wathon, Jr., who Haydn's Third accompanied on Mrs. D. J. Ma the strike. This thing of attempting was called into eternal rest Sunday ficir a short time. Martha Anne Mc- tho violin. J to force men to work against their afternoon at her homo. 811 East will remain cousin'a maid of Dovltt was h Surviving her are three Broadway. will by court orders is a mistake. dMrs. J. F. Linton an.Mr. Vlrslnia and sons and threo daughters, Mrs. Ma- nounce anthe engagement of their honor of thoMl Lde,' was the Murnan,bridesBASE METHODS. tilda Stark. Mre. John Kirchdorfor, daughter. Miss Jennie Mao Linton, sister Harry enstegge was his REVEALS Mrs. William Ehrman, George, Will- to Elmer B. Patton. Tho marriage maid. brother's toes man and Messrs. Krupp. Funeral Tho declaration cf Senator Walsh, iam and Obarle3 Wednesday morn- will take place at St. Patrick's Oleitus Endrls, Now Albany, Ind., services were hold of Massachusetts, that tho adminis- ing In St. Martin's church, attended church. Tuesday morning, November and Russell Hardy acted as ushers. e tration had deprived him ot all Fed- - by many friends and ac- 25, at 8 o'clock. THEV ARE BUSY. patronage .because he could not quaintances. enal Herbert Collins, who was accomtreaty witnout support the peaco baby child, has This monthWthere has been a beloved wife panied' tooro by his reservations throws a now light upon of Mis. Roslno McHugh, was released returned to Now York, alter a marked demaM for tine services of McHugh, Thcmas ihn mftthnds of those who wore from Illness and suffering Thursday month's visit at St. Vincent's Or tho PasslonlstJPathers of tho Sacred Heart Retreat who hsve ben very working Ict tho proposed League of night at her homo. 741 East Jefter-po- n phanage, the guest of his Cyrilla. During the busy tocth heJ) and elsewhere FathSister them" orate one Though not unexpected, flu epidemicMary wife passed away. citreet. Nations. To "hear his er Roger bJaa a rotreat for the a feeling of deep might bo led to think that they are the news caused many friends. Mrs. Sisters and .jBpll3 of Cardome Acadamong her gloom raarriace of Miss Mary Eliza emy at Geotown the first of tho of patriots McHugh was Tho the most of Vincent the mother C. Halo week that oqBtlnud until yesterday.. Schneider Their works, however, snow them to MdHugh, who wasjmn ovor and kill- beth take place and Edward Friday evening, No. A week's retreat lor tne iutic listspiteful. Tho ed on. Third street a month ago, tout will be potty and mean and at St voniber 28, "at 8 o'clock, the Poor, conducted toy Rev icfc his death until Charles Borromeo church. Follow-Ini- ers of Matthew, C. (P., of St. Louis, 2ifctmm to coerce a Senator to act Hhort.lv told of sno died. Father Besides before the ceremony thero will toe a re also closed yesterday Father Raacalnst (his ccnecienco Is unworthy her husband she leaves one son and the home ct tho bride's phael has been conducting a. week's statesman. It savors four daughters. funera.1 was ceptlon at KontucKy of Tho parents on street. mission in St Denl3 church at Fancy and dirty politics. held yo:rtorday. froiu St. John's Farm that will close tomorrow. Rev. been a church, of which she had A miscellaneous shower was given Father Xaylor Sutton, one of tho most faithful member. TREATY IN LONDON. Miss Jennie Mod Linton by hor veterans of the order, has been on Heart ReLyons, an aged and high- friends at the home of Miss Roso the sick list at the Sacred Improving. This is what tho London Saturday ly Timothy Those oreront were. Misses treat, tout Is reported, as Louisville, Bott. respected ve:0dent of Review thinks about tho peace passed peacefully away Sunday Jennie Mao Linton. Nettle Gleason, INTEREST AROUSED. treaty: "Wo preldct that In a year morning at tho home of his daugh- Ida Macitey, Ada Minors, Minnie Ar. E. II. Van Itoenn, 617 mour, Agnes Procter, Bee Carr, Rcee or two tho greater part of the treaty ter. Afnnh .interest has been aroused Stella Thornbury, Fanny Thirty-nint- h street. For many Bott, l, by the decision of peaco will be Jettisoned as im South. to mako he Visita Thornbuiy, Lasetta Bott. Ado! business twenty years he was engaged In generous on Mayme Armour, Elnora. Carr tion Homo drive during the montn practicable and that in ten or to Eighth street, and was The initiatory steps of January, years not a clause of It will remain. the poor and needy. The only sur- and Mrs. Thomas Healy. were taken at a reproser.tatlvo and the next generation will look on the vivor of thoao who organizedhere, The Miss Lulle C. Tiernoy entertained enthusiastic meeting hold in Knisbts H. first division treaty as a monument ot imbecility, the members of the A. O. 4 visited with a luncheon, shower at her homo of Columbus Hall, when committees of Division the preliminary because It has been built with im- the homo Monday night, paying in honor of Miss Anna Leo Rclihan, were named for tho work, dwlng to near approach and mense labor upon a foundation of their tribute .TT? (praying for tola whose roJarrlagoonto J.. 0. Kaufman of 1he hoildays and the many pres. Thanksgiving day. funeral was held will take place This comes oiomrai Tst theories asd dreams." fallowing: en4 demands jrwas thought best to Tuesday morning fromSt. Charles Covers wiero land for to the new year, only aftorj;the secret treaty exchurch. Jtav, Father Mrs. !D. J. Gleescn;. Mlses Theo postpone "tte drive diocesa "will unite when the olty posures and defeat for Lloyd Raffo celebrating requiem high Taylor, Ada Green, Angela ,Duanc, and provide a .and suitable for the homo Bertha Rapp, Augusta Hdlenkamp, mass. George's schemes was assured. Ann Mario Burns. Margaret Poeg-gl- Sisters of Mercy and the working Anna. Lee Reiiban, Lulls' C. girls who will come undor their LEADERS NOT ALARMED. care. QUESTIONS. Tierney. a. ts.t&mont Issued toy Ar Pmm HAPPY UNION. Mrs. Jane Healy It la time for us to ask some thur Griffiths, one ot the most Influ- the engagement of baa announced hen daughter. ' Iitefli Parlia questions: If the worklngman does ential members ot the In the presence of a large assemment, and acting President or, uie Miss Cecilia Margaret Healy, to bly Wllltem Tfirter. The wedding Mary of friends and admirers Miss aot make money out of strikes, who republic during tho absence of Virginia .Schmltt and John F. doss? It is time for every striker Eamoa de Valera in. America' we will tako place on Tuesday morning, McDonnell were united In marriage are not November 25, at 9 o'clock at the Monday morning at St. James to aBk himself:" Whp stands to make udre that the Irish leaders suppres- Ohurch of St. Hotel. Shlvely, the of money out of thla strike?" Who will alarmed over the policy the Britten Rev. Father Pflefer offloteting. A church, Rev. Father Willett perby sion IiMwiKumted forming the ceremony. get the chief heneflt It we toreak Government. meet breakfast will be sem'ed for the SuDDreselon of and after a short trip game ings and raid are weak- ediate-family sign of down this Industry? Whose CONDITION CRITICAL. Mr. and Mrs. Pflater will go to enemy His many friends throughout the are we playing anyway? The man ness' on the part of th. keeping and housekeeping at Schneider's Station up have the good effect of city and State will be pained to. who makes iprofit out of strikes, 'toe the spirit of the Irish people. The and Berry Boulevard., learn that Hon. Jaotfb Hoertz, well, manipulator or only danger the Irtoh lwulers have he billionaire contractor and forW delightful, ocial event was the known bulldta .labor leader, is a menace to to fear Is the proposals for sham surprise lumsheon given in honor of mer member of the Kentucky' State home rulo. These might lead to Senate, Is dritlcally HI at bis home tlon, a traitor to the the (VvMen In Ireland it they could get Miss Bdn Sotwnitt whose marriage humanity, and the personal tfbe people to talking about home to Robert Eteenmengw will take bn'South Floyd street.last.' weektaken and placeion'Thantarfvlng eve. Thoe ill on Thunriay of policies. 'But th people of present weoe Misses EdiM Schmltt. pneurooata developed trie fpjlowlng anil MwaiUat of every workingmaa. IrWand wnrai. Garvey, Adlya Nlekois day. Mr. and Mrs. aoeriz Af ill Darborft Inepdet says, na4n. are wot iiKy to o, nwim Anna ! The? may have tp nuffer re always but uHlnMrt victory to wird If specnlators who "tS!n?i52?M",7-n0- r the oa Kamor. JsMenwinilK lad.: radr to stir up labor trouble are they only ratwia Da-lan- ey al at. 8:30 o'clock, Rev. Father offtoiatlng; Miss Julia A. marriage npxt Wednesday morning Bor-roshd- m Hal-lina- n I w iwrffl TKMJHMMW'W' 1111 JVl d n rt i tt c? fcr -- ra3Ja u 111' vA V ui U ill j, j m rt Gabinet Writing Desk Type Electrically Driven -- 24-2- 24-2;- G HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU WISHED you had a aewing room where you could keep your sewing machine out of sight and out of the way. MOST SEWING MACHINES are more or less unsightly generally in the way seldom used and good for nothing but sewing. NOT SO THE ELECTRIC CABINET, TYPE. HERE IS A PIECE OF FURNITURE . YOU'D BE PROUD TO HAVE most any place in the house a cabinet writing detk with, the sewing machine invisible when not in use- - and instantly available when needed. I . pro-Engli- sh I - - SQGiETY. 'See them in our display rooms of course. reasonably priced easy terms, ' ' " half-bake- Louisville Gas Main 2182 & Electric Co. City 2182 INCOUPOIIATED 311 West Chestnut Street Telephones Brook-street- NOVEMBER ilt444$5H$$4 Mailing, Your House a Home Itcmcmlirr tho Poor Souls. reaved. This beautiful custom has the approval of the Church and should be used moro by our Cutholic people. Spiritual Bouquet Cards 6c each. Mass Intention Record Books from $1 to Si. All of the latest books. Including-Lifof St. Joan of Arc, Cardinal Herder's Pastoral Letters, Father Byan's Poems. Sacred Heart Almanac, uatnouc iiome Annual and St. Michael Almanac for 1920 now In stock. Havo the soul of your departed hlld or relative remother, father. membered by havlntr religious mourning, cards printed. We carry a supply of theso cards and will attend to tho printing for you. Send Mass Cards or Splrltunl Bouquets Instead ot flowers to tho be. INSTANTANEOUS Ede-lin- HOT WATKIt in the LaundryT in" tho "Kitchen, in tho Bathroom, in the Garaqc by tho turning of a faucet with or without GAS. GAS AND JCEROSENE WATER IIBATERS OF ALL MAICES. Also Gas Hentcrs, Gas Logs, Gns Grates, etc., on display in our SHOWROOM. Repairing mul installing of Gasoline and OH Pumps, '" Gas Grates, Heaters, etc. - 0400 -- e CITV JOHN R. DAILEY SECOND 000 s. Rogers Church Goods Co. 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, ICy. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES I )w ))) The Last Dollar That you spent (or something you did not NEED would have tmrtd a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY CO UK a time when yovr "LAST DdLLAK" mnit be spent (or somethiaz you DO NEED. Tbe SAVING bow of the dollars yon are wasting might keep that "bard time" (rem ever cesslng, OT) Ky, Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Oculists' Prescriptions. 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Important as the Right Medicine. . te We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of ASK aNY OCULIST Oculists' Prescriptions. e, G13 FOURTH AVENUE THE BALL OPTICAL CO. OEP. MARY ANDERSON An-tlv;- ny -- AllHi CtEANER tii.0WS br ZKf. vAAn ' "&r: Bi: SlILLER&SON v Made! Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the home brightest Where the work ts lightest; Where the meal cooked best; Where the range stands 1 Where work to dose; paloklj Where Imm- real faa; light; cooking Where baking gives ng &YaAW$Z?ODELG SUITS MADETO ORDER FOR LADIES AND GHENT8 xt Remodeled and Altered 811 S. THIRD ST.. POPK nLDG. izor, ie. the test That's well-blnrV- Qf . "Quick Meal" comes where tho M He-w- as Qatek Meal Gas Kaa Sold, laatalled smel la. Illfthly RecesamMa1e4 Where dredge Is eat sight where That's the "Quick Meal" 9tlft Hr r wketyai W.CUi41Uver GEHER & SON, w. market st. fMP.-- " 3m ' , 'ji 'ttto - '" K:K3WTCrOHC-RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readcrs'bf 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. V UIH AJMCOBMIOAWT. Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. W. G. RORK, FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. Thanksgiving Festivities SELIABLE GUIDEfOR CAREFUL BUYERS Tne men of St. Boniface congregation are making extensive preparations for their annual Thanksgiving festival and turkey disposal, to tako place November 24 and 25 at St. Boniface Hail. In addition to the turkeys thoro will bo many other desirable offerings and attraction?. GRAND . Men's Clothing PnMnt PDNDBNJXISobCH0ROKEE IOB)D ODES CLEANED, PACKED PROPERLY BLENDED ASK YOUlt GROOEU. WELDING REPAIRING Expert Attention Oa Repairs On All Slakes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRINQ HBRBBRT JENKINS. See. o4 Tr OPENING Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. RockingH.C.L.Boat Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. v CO. The members of St. Columba's INCOrtPORATED church will. have a big ouchre and lotto on Monday afternoon and GUARANTEED VULCANIZING evening, November 24, with plenty Office and Workrooms Northcnst Corner Seventh and Broadway of turkeys to be awarded, a d bird being the featuro prize. Homo Phono City 2511 HouJavllio. Kentucky A five set opal gold ring will 'bo awarded at 10:30 p. in. sharp. SRTJLER twelve-poun- WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING AXLE A AUTO WELDING & REPAIR CO. Both Phones 2300 ERNEST SMITHi Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. DYEING Your light colored garments can be dyed by our method, which gives them that newness and freshness so desired by well dressed people. will be given at Holy Cross church school hall Tuesday afternoon and evening, November 25, the games to bo called at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. turkey festival, euchro,and lotto MANUFACTURING C0MEANY - J p p E GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long DIstanco PhoneJONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 South 903 LOUISVILLE, KY. Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. TurKish Bath$--- C Vi! &?Z Ft" Y m' Crescent Hotel-Ha- ck GET FIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset-40- 8 KEEP FIT WEST WALNUT. -- SS THE SIGN OP QUALITY Hlghl'd 741 J y'V Do You Want to Sell or Buy SWISS Cleaners & the public to enjey a pleasant prizes. (festival, for the benefit of St. Joseph's church, will be given at Vernon Hall, 1517 Stcry avenue, next Monday and Tuesday. Lotto will bo played Monday afernoon, and nt night both ouchre and lotto. The turkey disposal will take place lues-da- y night, beginning at 8 o'clock. A cordial Invitation Is extends! to A grand ouchre, lotto and turkey We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SKirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WAR- D COMPANY INCORPORATED and see tte many oven-In- g handaomo Phones 003 SOUTH FOUKT1I AVRNTTP. 3245, Main or City. East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 614-02- 3 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager JON B. PURNITURE . WATHEN- li most any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. To If Von Want or Bay or Sell at Auction Private Sal Writ or Call BUSINESS EXCKA2TOE Auctioneer and Real Ute 2 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. Oumb. Phono, Main 2960 Home Phone, City 6313 Want If YonSend to Contract Uc, list With for DO YOU WANT TO SEX.& OB BUTT I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farm. Mine or Property of any kind or description, we have Businesses and Enterprises of every kind For Sale In al- Dyers Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. ETREKIDOS MOVING AND PACKING T01-70- St, 030 South Twcnty-SJxtWest 1084 Shawneo 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING i TRY Wm&nttPyi "THE a." PILL THAT Wl ANY OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. PELT HATS CLEANED AND REBLOCKED, 60 CENTS. Hat Cleaning and Blocking our specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING '' THEFOURBESTSELLERS IN KENTUCKY Uluo Ribbon Twist War Hawk Twist Dlxlo .Tuist "Mndo Whcro Tobacco Grows." Incorporated O. IC Twist HENRY G. HCRR". KV, 4OUIVlt-l- e "WORKS John D. Moore Tobacco Co. -- -- KENTUCKY LOUISVHiLE General Offices 412 Lincoln Building Cumberland Phone: Main 120. B33 -- Homo Phono, City 6161 City 3174 Albert Smith, Prop. Yfe$T MARKET STREET They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For Sale by Vour Druggist packages. in 25-ce- nt Mark Sales, Pres. J. C. Jacobs. Sec and Treaa. OLD LEAKY ROOFS CAN BE MADE USAK-L. GRAUMAN & CO. PROOF ' SUPERKASTXO if Guaranteed Ten Tears Barrels "80 Cents Per Gallon 8174 COATXXO INTEKNATIOWAI. CO. 649 SOUTH 8ECOND STREET Incorporated Sealers In All Kinds of Office and Store Fixtures, Safes, Casta Register, Show Cases, Counters, Shelving, Etc. C10 WEST MAPT STSBET Home Phone. City 1838 lONhlLT For Prncrr fiTar BE6KER OPTOMETRIST City Louisville. Ky SIS STAIUU I1LDC Pliane City 1180, rennrrlj with C. M. Wlttman A Bon. BPgS&fc JUf SF5 iksj 'ffig-SCT- The Holy Cross Court, Catholic r. E.- YANN DAHIY COMPANY Order of Foresters, will give a lotto Incorporated. next Monday evening In Holy Cross school d hall and 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Broadway, tho games to bo called at 8:15 sharp. The Commltteo of Both Phones 4203 Arrangements announce that ' the lotto will be given rain or shlno and JOHN B. O'LEARY & OO. an unusually large number of prizes Headquarters for will be awarded. CITY AND FARM PROPERTY Arrangements are being made tor See us about anything In real a very delightful euchre and lotto entertainment In aid of the Church estate. We sell. 'buy and rent. of Our Lady on Tuesday afternoon 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. and evening, November 25. G?he af- Home Phono City 4464. fair will bo given In. the school hall, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd, and a most SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. enjoyable time Is promised to all at- Loans regular inthose tending. A variety lusements comes ortosalary, havingno publicity with will bo provided, or red tape. Loans to housekeepers Tho Holy Rosary will open n their personal security. tho evening of Noven! 24 with a F. It. POOLEY, programme by the ns or the Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, No admltt V?o school. will be 415 S. Fourth Street. charged. Each ovenl fk a 8 o'clock tho pupils will giver a programme "SOUTHERN STAR" consisting of folk darjees, songs and SLICED BACON drills, exemplifying the work done In the school during the periods 'AU Ready for Your Griddle in the to music and niiyslcal culture. Morning" In the afternoon Jc the 25th and HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 2Gth th6 hall will opened at 3 o'clock and then thflvarious amuse LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. ' ments will bo off(Md to tho chil Incorporated dren rno aurerent pkhs win no as DEAD ANIMALS follows: The mothm's apron booth, CASH PRICES PAH) Holy Rosary AlumM. linen booth, HIGHEST St. Catharine's booth, High Call Phone City 721; School pupils' Cabbaie Patch, Com- Cumb. Home Phone Main 721. mercial clas3 candx booth. Chil dren's toy booth. Refreshments will LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. be served in the gymnasium Thirty-secon508-01- ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 SAM L. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR FOR ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOib 181S 8. Twenty-sixt- h St. Homo, Phone Shawnee 168 R S WSf.'P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER City 8380 H al Brook and Bloom cumb. S. 151-- 1 Homo City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLTOnJING A SPECIALTY do-vot- ed FRED HORNUNG, JR. PrTTrwi. 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. AND GAS le . -- apn' Home Phono Shawneo SOS HENRY GOSS Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 0 N Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Lonlsvllle. Ky SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Note GLOBE J. - M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST NATIONAL HATTERS 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS Monday Special Suits Cleaned SHOWItOOjrPENED. HAMBLY BBOS. SHOE STORES WHOLESALE 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. and Pressed for $1.23. Hats Blocked and Cleaned, GOc. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Homo Phone, City 1931 WHEN IT'S Y0URJ THE FORD SHOP We Are Experts on Fords Give Us a Trial Free Road Service Both Phones C i MOVE.3--JSrW-d--. S -- - 'asfic IET vv. KNOW US p Both Phones rtea the Beat Price Reasonable, KNIGHTS OP CJOIjUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and PEFFER MOTOR CO. 114 SOUTJI FLOYD ST. 'PHONE CITY 1850 LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY Local and ions distance moving with motor vans. Kurnlture. nnrlrlnir and shipping. All work guaranteed. Es timates cneenuny lurmsnea iree ox charge. v repairing gas- also in installing Fourth and" Central Avenue ollne and oil pump gas grates and Established 1820 - - LoulsvIUo. Ky. n eaters. wor; Any placed In his Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving hands will bo take lcaro of to tho Deposits. A General Banklnc Buai. OFFICE OUTFITTERS best advantago an hwill bo quoted ness Transacted. STATIONERS at tho lowest prl' PRINTERS Both Phones 2406 LEFT All Kinds of Footwear For tho John R, Dailey, wo is an expert Wholo Family in his business, am opened, a 'Show room, where'he has wonderful disTwo HAMBLY'S Stores play of cdorleea gas ieat-rsgas hot 812 West Jefferson Street water heaters, gas log-?- etc. Mr. 20tU and Portland. Shaw. 1716 (Second Floor) Dailey has built a laVge business on 18th and Magazlno City 7164 Home Phone City 2967. efficient work ho ibas been dothe ing. Ho learned Jfjp trade many LOUISVILLE SAVIKGfc years ago with the 1 ' J. Xmuy Com SOUTH JNO. P. MORTON & pany, being an explft In plumbing AND DEPOSIT BANK rag that line; worK or anything INCORPORATED , T E A CO a T E i Tin.WEKK. A. ABNOZiS 8s SONS AUCTION & STORAGE CO, (Incorporated) 425 West Main Street Tomorrow thoro wll bo a big Initiation at Stuart, Iowa. Eighty candidates received the second degree last week at Syracuse. Big preparations are being made at Barborton, Ohio, for too Initiation on the first Sunday In December. The Initiation and institution of a council at Friend last Sunday added another to the rostor in Nebraska. Union Council, Syracuse, will ex' The "Casey" Silurian Christmas ship, the army trlnsport Marlca, left this week frornS tiie foot of h street, Brooklyn, for Vladivostok, Russ-14.She carried not only millions of loigarottos, flour and grease for doughnuts, candy, woollen mufflers and mittens and other things, but alH one do.cc hair clippers so the soldi ts may pry off their toeards and alsti trim up a few of tho Bolcheviki. Fifty-eight- EICTLINQIR 00 AND Notional - Adolph Rentlinger FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRi STREET CALL US FOR Incorporated Pitch, Coal Tnr, Tarrcn Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). 124 W. Main Phonosi City 1230 Main 14G0-- Roofing and Supply Company Y Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers OU Company Loulsvillo -- - . Kentucky -- SEOPIiE'S PJtOVXrJEKT ASSGCXATIOJI Incorporated Wm Orrralxtd by WelUkaowa Cittstsj to Hake x. -- T EPPINQ'S f empllfy tho tWrd degree for a large A turkey festivals euchre number of candidates November 30. and Knights of Wahoo and Fremont, lotto wUl ho given iiy Holy Cros3 ohurch1, fThirty-soand BroadMen., attended in a body tho dedicaon arid evention oX the new organ la tho church way, Tuesday afte ing. One hundredijKirkeya will be at Colon. You'll Novor Make a Mistake in Ordering Our Thoro was a splendid hlrd degree awarded the forttrij.to attendants, exemplification last Sunday at Au and several 'will &" ven as eucbre tally burn, N. Y., a largo class receiving' and lotto prizes. prize wUl also ibe aieauro of the tno nonor. It Ilns the Quality. For Your New Homo Fitzgerald Council at Lincoln, evening. Neb,, had sixty, candidates for its by An excellent lunch will 00 served ladles of congregation, last Initiation and wdll soon have an and tho are assuredthe gcod time. all INCORPORATED a other class. BROOK AND A STJS. Seattle Knights havo begun a seST. LEO'S CHURCH. ries of visits to local Catholic orthoy take' phanages, and Turkoys will bo the feature at a with them. BLACK. & DECKER social to be hold In St. Loo'e school Tho council at Cortland, N. Y., hall, Highland Park, tho Ju the subscripP0BTABLE ELECTRIC DRILLS took drivo InitiativeMary's church by afternoon and evening, next Tuesday and In ad tion of St dition the Committee of Arrange to 8 Sizes, 3-contributing ?100. ments announce mat oysters In any Iowa Knights are stylo will Lunch CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. election or Florence latod over tho soft drinks ha served. rvod and and wiH ho as Donohue acFaithful Navigator of tho Fourth tivities nvll begin at 2:30 and 8 INCOHPORATKD Degree Assembly at Little Rock. o'clock. The receipts will bo used 333 W. Mala Street Both. Pkenea 135 Tho Knights of (Little Falls. N. Y"., for payment on tho church debt have a hall that they should be fund. proud of. There was an immense INTO NEW HOME. attendance at tho reception. and opening. Mr. and Mra. Martin Gavin, for Rev. Almou A. Jaynes, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, Syracuse, many years reaidtag at 530 West gave an interesting address berore Breckinridge street, have moved and Stouben Assembly last week. Dr. are now ocoupyiag their now and Jaynos served as overseaa chaplain elegant home at 1333 South Brook street. Though not so noar Kc1)ps of. the local force We nave the largest lade-- 2 Park, Martin witt still be a follower Blshorj Edmond Heelan. In an Xerd. Repair Shop la 2 is olty.modern faoUltles m at the Knights of Columbus and supporter of ' tho Louisville 2 Our banquet at the Martin Hotel, Sioux baeebaX oluh. FOR LESS MONEY. skilled aervloe at reasonable 2 City, .gave stimulus to the pendlhg COST. ANNUAL REPORT. ess ovx pxxcaa project of a Catholic Community "Any Xake Car Towed la" Center, to be erected on the Knights A copy of the report of the pro- -' of Columbus' property at Eighth and DUGAN GARAGE Dougtea streets.' The proposal Is to ceedings and addresses of .the sixerect a modern club dunuse at tlwt teenth annual meeting of the Cath308 W. Jefferson St. IRA J. DUOAN, olic Educational Association, held In location, costing not less than Shop Foreman and General St. Louis has been received by us 1316 SOUTH BROOK BTRKKT this week. It contains papers of Intel est and value on the educaRETREAT A SUCCESS, tional problems of the day. It Is The retreat that began Wednes- an evidence of the zeal Catholic THE VERY. BEST day at St. Vincent de Paul's chureh educators show in their work, and Funeral .Directors for the young men and women of of the great mutual benefit thev the parteh win close tomorrow with derive from the meetings of the impresolve, oereraony. tFhe large at- association. , This" annual meeting tendance at aH the setylcec ha3 of the Catholic Bducatlonal AssociaTelephone 1022 been highly, pleariag to Iter Father tion of th UnlUrf States was a Bernardlne and Rev. F&thw Thnmc splendid testimony pf "the vitality of SOFT DWNKS 10 TPWIXX9. ' the great caw wklsh the pajrter, , ,it represents. ci TURKEY FESTIVAL. .. BraiD LUMBER OO. O. JONES Si 10 M. J. BANMOH, PniWwt KtflKiMBW. P, rire BANNON Proofing-, Sewer and. Calvert Pipe, Baanea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, IWall Coping", non-Catholi- cs Flae Lining", Fire BrlcllJ Grate and Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836JSOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY B73-178- 4e Oa rmrniture p. IAKN0K. 1R., Wc A aad Other Versoanl Property at IiOWEST SATSS COLEMAN BUILDING 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2813 arn Pri. and Tren. PIPE CO. Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcH, R With the Brilliant New York Success 7-- CUMB. MAIN S07, WORKS Thirteenth aad BreckiariU and Nrnth kbA Magnolia. wll) v fTffTffTyffTTWTWwBejieiejgfijeMeBeea)MM(Beeieaieaii Dive year FORDS REPAIRED DIAMONDS Watches and feoye aa eftaeAttoa that resaie taeai for Ufa. CORNS,BUNIONS kwwwlH ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE US ft. Sreaawmy, JtemlavtUe, Ky. Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brother TUsstcaL Scleatlflo aad Buelaeet Joursea. Preparatory Department, Larr pwlmming- - Pool, Well Equipped Oymaa tlum. Terraa moderate. Bra. BaBjaealn. "Mr. aafMwra! Or. Mail ScbttMic? TrteM A YANKEE BKri'--3SE- Urish Z. Utsty Chirepedist Starka Jewelry 507 PRINCESS INTRODUCING ad-dr- ss Tilt aArf nTTnLaWiaaaii waaavaaaaaav -- Mnililmt Beta Pbo.-e-s SIDNEY'S and Embalmers. Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY. OHIO RIVER Homo Phone 2550 The LaSalle Chorus Louis A. Broring9 ' 900-O- 0I D. D. S, Sunday Afternoon DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. NOVEMBER 15c 23 H. B0SSES0N A.rMPvm FRED ERHART A SPECIALTY. Segal b Boyer Fish Co. 811 Baet Jeffst-soHeme City. 1961. a ARCHITECT N. W. Matinees 2:30 ta.50c, Tax Included Nights 8:30 25c to 75c, Tax Included Street. NORTON BUILDING Corner Fourth and Jeff irson 11. Every Seat Reserved Telepkeae MaiH 389, City SIX t .A iSX'i &JBl&rtjCTS?S! 'V JtiEfcXfeJEl. AJ&rEEtiX&AXl, Bacon a son1 j We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Do You Way Is Easy 1 II j ; 1 HERMAN STRAUS SONS I mmmmmmmmmmmm Want to Save Stop, We dive and Redeem Odd Trading Stamps. J - 4 ' MEN WILL PLEASE NOTE! RELIGIOUS GOODS v At Special Prices in Oar Thanksgiving Profit Sharing Sate CHRISTOPHER MEDALS; $1.00 quality, special sale MEN'S PRAYEK BOOKS; tho K. ST. a C Vest rocket prayer book price, each....... ......... ".75c with genulno leathor back with In cover; a' $1.69 NEW TESTAMENTS; on salo at emblem .23c 91.00 quality for each 75c, 50c and CARDS with STERLING SILVER ROSARIES; IDENTIFICATION Bale specially priced at $10.00, value, 50c crucifix; . $8.00, $7.00, $5.00 and....?1.50 price 40c STERLING SILVER ROSARB3S; 76c value, sale price 60c 1.00 value, sale price with case, special prices $6.00 3.50 and METAIi CRUCIFIXES; with foot, silver finished, a ?1.25 quality; GOLD FULLED ROSARIES; with case, specially priced for this special salo price ..".......Sl.OO $5.50 sale sllvor CANDLESTICKS; METAIi in quality; special GOLD FILLED ROSARD3S; finish, a $1.75 all colors, chain .guaranteed to sale price ..........................91.25 wear twenty years; prlceB DOUAY VERSION BIBLE; $2.50 $3.00 and special at leather binding; HOLY WATER BOTTLES; with $3.25 50c shaker, special at, each Cloth binding; special at..$1.50 15 will VERSION BIBLES; VOTIVE CANDLES; priced burn per KINO JAMES at, hours, specially $3.00, specially priced at $4.00, 75c dozen $1.65, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $1.00 METAL HOLY WATER FONTS; $1.35 and .. unguin gold, suver ana-ivorBIBLE .STOIUES FOU CnTL-DBEes; salo price, each ........$1.23 a stylo simply told in WE HAVE JUST SECURED, ANOTHER BIG CONTRACT TO I Look, Listen WINTER UNDERWEAR SPECIAL SALE NEXT WEEK.. Men's Union Suits $2, $2.25, Odd Lot of Men's Union $3.50 and $3. Suits $1.80. Fine quality clastic rib cotton; Fine quality of ribbed cotton; n white, gray or ecru; good makes, superior finish; and they ?2.50 mako; sizes 40, 42. 44, 46; quality; special, Monday, fit correctly; sizes 34 to 50: In $1.89 regular or' stouts; splendid values at . .$2, $3.25, $2,50 and 98 Men's High Rock Fleece-Line- d Shirts and Drawers. $1.25 Men's $4 d Union Garment. Suits $3.15. Genuine while back fleeced; The" famous Bristol mako; fine quality, made with trouser seat, cuvijr ocars tne label; which means plenty of comfort first quality; sizes up to 46; speand wear; sizes 34 to 46; we cial, Monday, garment $1.25 sell them regularly at $4; special Mon's High Rock Flecce-Llnc- d Monday only r, $3.15 Union Suits $2.50. Men's Cotton Underwear $1.00. Fine OUalttv nrhtfn flruv... Good quality of Elastic Ribbed which means plenty & warmth; S Cotton Shirts and 'Drawers; sizes mw up w tj; special, suit $2.50 up to 46; mill mendors of $1.50 Men's Fino Silk Lislo Socks 30o 1 quality; special price, garment, Pair, Box of Six for 82.Q X $1.00 The famous Now Idea brand: Men's Medium Weight Underwear ,. mauo nr nannMilW jT $1.25 Garment. thread and are freo from all dyo Fine quality of ribbed cotton; UOlOnt! Wmn In no.,., 1,1.... -- .tit. on Cooper spring needlo ma- sanitary white toes; famous for chines; sizes, shirts, 36 to 46; their comfort and wearing quail- -, drawers, 32 to 46: special, car- - ties; special, Monday, pair i)c: ment $1.25 " 01 Are $2.25 "I" well-know- ..;oc DYE OVERCOATS Why doii't you get your Army Overcoot dyed that good SWISS blooey Blue, Brown or Black and save buying a new one costing $50.00? , Wool-Mixe- f r -- N; "We Are Your Savings Bank" t t 5 ROSARIES; specially 80c $1.00, 50c and 10c each UOSAKBESj with" GOLD FILLED to wear 15 POCKET STATUES;' of St. Rita, chain guaranteed St. Anthony, St. Joseph and tho years, all colors In heads; Gc . Sacrod Heart; each" sDeclal at ................. .........$2.00 to Interest children; prices BLESSED SACRAMENT priced at, SWISS Cleaning and Dyeing is saving thou sands of dollars for the people. Why not you? Both Phones 1323 aaaaaaas&tLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam Auto Delivery aUtHF aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV JOHN M. MULLOY. 212 WEST MARKET STREET. EYES--- A Priceless Gift The cost of correctly fitted glasses, is insignificant compared with- the priceless value of your sight. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock,' ,.,$4r.GO. case and cord complete 7 Extra". , . . ; ... ; Superior Shelltex Rims or duplicate your old lenses. Wo fill your oculist's prescription SwissCleajhrs andDyers General Urrice bl fourth Ave., Plant 909-91- 5 South Sixth Street. Baking Powder Extract, portubo Pie Fllllntr Egg Mitt (20 cfrsHfor2fi) Ton.lb Hi Coco, oco lb HIGH GRADE COFPEE 40c to GOo 80c to $1.25 400 30c to OOo 300 25o 25o . WHY THEY GIVE THANKS Newspaper readers That Thursday is tho end of the .football sea- HIBERNIANS. sbsbsb90bhKwMIbsHJwI What They Have Been Doing the Fast Week Genera! News Notes. No charge for examination. . , i IPJP ff S JFourii Ave. Louisville.JQf "Seeutf teBaliavmo MEN TRY US $1.50 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS E son. THREE-PIEC- WHY NOT ! CREATE AN INCOME PRODUCING ESTATE! 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 arc good. If depression occurs he has the income from his ESTATE to fall back upon. THIS COMPANY believes It quite possible for every man Most business, professional and salaried men depend to create an estate through the facilities it provides. Call in person or write for particulars. The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2,8GO,000. i 0tQ0MCMMMM' WywvVVVVVVVyVyVVVVVVf BROWN & MELVILLE Columbia Building Fourth and Main i' .'- - i! up. West 1107a. .Street Car Patrons That they don't have to depend on the "hick" UHElt TRIBUTE. conductors woere to get on the car. We cater especially to the trade of working people. It la our aim "Cap" Neal That he ihas already With Ws maracterlstlc spirit and to handle only tho best goods, made In Union Factories. Being out lined up come stars for the 1920 thougMfuIcess, tho Rev. Eugene baseball season. of the HIGH RENT DISTRICT our prices are lower than elseSheriff Row That the Oity Hall Dcohoe. the pastor, will offer a where, and knowing the wants of the working class, we make our crowd Is having, a hard time stop- soemn mass of thanksgiving at St every purchaser. We have a sepprices right and the terms to suit Paul's church, Jackson street, at 8 ping his Mayoralty boom. arate department in which we handle the used goods which we sell Rich. Schuhmann That his large o'clock on tho morning of Thanksgiving day, November 27, for the either lor cash or on payment. We solicit a call to look over family onables him to set wholesale eafe return from tho war of over You will receive courteous treatment whether you buy rates on Xmas toys. or not Capt Jim Kinnarney That all 100 onen of his parish. An edifying agree flic Is the oflo beet ibct In pro spectacle will be the boys and their families again receiving holy comtecting the race track patrons. N. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnut and 434 S. Twelfth Capt. Raphael IV AMn Durnlng That ho scoop- munion together. ... ...(.......... rr ed the Keystone cope in the Etly Grasshof, C. P., wlho was stationed TT ftV atjCamp Taylor before going 'overmurder confession. Manager Schecklor That Mackln seas as chaplain, will assist at the maw and preach the sermon. The Council won the. Twin City flag. Adam Schneider That ho can Young Ladles' Sodality will also asstill trip with the bet of 'em at sist by serving breakfast after the mass. Trinity Council daacee. Squire John O'Brien That ho HANDSOME SOUVENIRS. will officiate in several marriage ceremonies Thursday. Extensive preparations are being Clem Theteen That lie ran a of St Paul's j?oOd race in his maiden political ef made by the ladle church, PleasuretRidge, for a euchre fort. George Barrett That he won't Hiiu iuiu winy wmuu win mr Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepa da havo to buy coal in Cuba this win. place at St. Helen's Commercial Club - November 25. The laon Tuesday,ter. Chin and All Dainty Materials. Republican! Machine That the dies in charge expect it to be a most Bingham press supported (?) the successful event,- - as many handsome ; and costly wuvoniiB have boen doYOUR GROCER HAS IT. Democratic ticket the way it did ' . . nated. There will be prizes for Mike Brennan and Cant. Hogan RELIEF WORK MEDALS. players and and a gold That, they were not prosecuted In prize MAGIC-KELLE- R of $6 will.be .awarded at the the Police Court fer swiping' sugar Every maa and woman who took door. Games will start at 3 o'clock In their kid days. Tuvwnno a JHWViWWHAM Owsley Brown That Judge (Evans and 7:30 and supper will be served an acuvo part in the war relief work proceeds" will be or tne Knights Columbua both in bhrew a monkey wrench In the Pro- Rt 5 o'cloek. The .devoted to the interest of the this country and Europe will be hibition machine. Judge MiHr Wefaslnger That he churoh, aad It Is hoped a neat sum awarded a bronie medal by the Su preme jounou ox the. order. The led the .field in the jDemooratic kgte--, will be realized; dedgh on the medal is copied from Iative cantestev HARVEY-JELL1- C0 Qsm-gBueohel Thai the 'public J1KIXJIAN aVTpOUCS IVDING. a. small rotogravure drawing; which had a biroulaUon of 1,000,000 wants to get another peek at v (IMOORPOKATBD) It- - shows a doughboy in will have eav- - copies. T1i OathoUc naj-tZbyecko, Stecher1 and tfee wrestling eaty-thr- e miM in the Delgian the Argronne Forest being given a ware. Ray Barrett That b can .always Qhainer of tfuUe''and Socialists drink of hot chocolate by a K. .C. Comawy With the Coal and the Service. vBty m a rMult of tho elections Secretary. Oa the otflwr side the leave them laughing when he says r otMmlay. rt wa announced olflclal; following' k dnee'ribed: "Awarded in ICeatucky. S7.) Black Jo Lwrnp Coal from r. reooKnitiok Fatae WMsioi MoPnVMaa-Th- t ike will ly oa WiWwlty at Bru'seels. of patrioWc service as a ' , .D.per torn at yards. man, ifcMy-foseats, the secretary for tne Kalghte of Hwtea!ttvered; get a warm welcome when he comes la tiiair war activities Front twrty vf, th NaUooal Re ' YardgteeatedfttFifteaBth.andMagHelia. Yar at FirataBA, home from Frankfort. ow cotmtrrB4ctor!mi!t mi. the A of Vm That' we may not have geiraratlon pArty one, s to trade our LHity bonds for a dim' party two, and the it!daleltIoipon in ttie it nworld war ' "' wnjiH VI . Thahkagbiof tttrfesCt ,i.l daas party wo. Both FlMHiei at All Yards. Womins Activities, That the soldiers are going away, giving tho regular Fourth .avenue National Calholic War Council beaux a chance. Taxpayers That the "reform" ad057 SifHtk Feartlt ministration has no power to assess East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. breathing-privilege- s, Allen Kinney That there is a big CAM1LLE DETERT, advance sale of seat3 for tho Opor ( Employment Bureau. House opening. D. J. Gketon That diamonds are going as last as sugar. RATTERMAN M. J, McDennott That he won JOHN three turkeys for Thanksgiving, as ho win need them all. County Residents That the Fiscal Court doesn't prescribe tarmac for their" breakfast food. Keystone Police That some of the 2114 WES MARKET STREET biirglars and crooks give themselves Phones SjAwnea 1243. Cumberland Girl If You game. Dr. H.03. Medhllng That over And H:ed a Position 20,000 voters supported him in tho County CoinmicBlonor'fl race, and he City 3359 Main 3359 CALL US made many new friends. Jack McGrath (Charlie Chaplin) SACRED T ACADEMY, any friends. u Col. Prank McGrath That the SIM "Urtmlla Stmrdtn? sad Br Bofcool Leaguo of Nations will no always Tr aixU'Ma TowkT Womta. be a burden to the Democratic organization. OMMHXmSX XTT.T., SOV3BTOX.B, JET. Dr. Loute A. Broring That he has High Meralimad Intellectual still got a pull. Cataloswo Sent Free. Addresn: Prod Dolle and Joe Steurlo That the Alamo and Walnut are still er tanr, 0mm Xirt JLetAtmj, 311 .OkwokM Srlvs, turning 'em away. KENTUCKTf Sam Jlobertson Thiat his cam- LOUI8VIL1.B - - . . paign speeches brought good results In the county. Employer Billy Repebto That it is not a If You Aip long walk from Churchill Downs. And Noil a Girl Worker, Charles P. Grainger That many are booming him for Mayor again. Frank Dugan That he can still dope out the winners In the political Btanfl-ardB. That' the coal miners strike is off. Senator Ohas, Knight That the Republican lundslldo didn't loco him Joe Dougherty tttHBeHslmnSBMil MHWntKHBHKEsHJHKaH SUITS $1.75 an Aria Worker S. B) funerXl director t i our-good- B. WASHING HUB BY MVYYiy "'"''''"'"'" IOIfc 11 -- Division 4 will meet next Monday BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. evening. The latest tabulation shows Division 17 leading in the San Francisco drive. INCORPORATED . The annual election of officers will take place the first meeting in DeHARRY B. DRIVER, President. cember. Both Phones 2635. 421 W. ChwtnuVSiT Major Pennsylvania's Parrell, State President, otands In tho front rank as on orator. The death of Tim Lyons Sunday marks tho passing ot the oldest Hibernian in Louisville Por Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Committees are conducting a membership campaign in all the More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total parishes at Lafayette, Ind. deposit of more than $10,000,000. is the monument of confidence built by tho Division 3 has 'had a most suc- people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. cessful year. Its officers are intelligent and industrious workers. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Division land the Ladies' Auxil iary are active in soolal affairs at Des Mclnca and are increasing in numbers. Ladies' Auxiliary 5 of Indianapolis will give a card party December 6 for which fifty prizes liavo already been secured. 1529 WEST. MARKET STREET Tho newly elected officers at South Bend, Ind., are planning a membership campaign and initiation In tho noar future. This year's anniversary of Division 67 of Philadelphia eclipsed all City 2U9, Mala 3880-others in tho history of Hibernlan-isin Pennsylvania. Tho signal success of the San Francisco membership, drive has caused similar drlvse to be Instituted almost everywhere. Why not i here in Louisville? Rev. Cornelius Hagerty, C. S. O., 9 B. CHESTNUT LOU1SVILLH, KX. of Notre Dante, now heads the Ancient Order at South Bend, Ina. At the thirtyrflfth annual election he Tvas .chosen President. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871.y Major John A. Farrell, recently ;; HOME PHONE 8S returned from overseas and elected Stato President, was given a rousing greeting at the anniversary of Division 67 In Philadelphia. The Knights at Lafayette, Ind., now occupy their new club rooms at Fourth and Columlbia streets. They plan ifor a great housewarmmg ana initiation next month. The anniversary of the Manches ter martyrs .Allen, Lark In and I U'Brien November 23, will be ob servea at tne meetings or many uivisions tnrougnout the country 11 h-- k next week. i .lm National President Decry "has sent the congratulations of the National Board to the San Francisco divisions' for tho successful manner in which they are conducting their raembercflilp campaign that ends De1227 WEST MARKET STREET, cember 31. Mrs. Mary F. MoWhortor, President of the Ladies' Auxiliary, reports that on a long tour of the country recently completed she found everywhere that aohool teachers' are greatly Interested 'in the D3O0PH PJEXOICS. Irish situation and are" seeking rer 2998-- a Cumb. Mala liable informatidn bearing upon it Heme City 2098 WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK ld THOMAS KEEN AN ..IXJEJBmAI, DIRECTOR.. T. m B. and Embalmer L. DirectorBAX Funeral! FUNERAL DIRECTORS ANDEMBALMERS. 717-71- ! J. J. BARRETT'S SONS SS9 Bast Main jtreet. vtvvvvvvvvv mmh m HniHiiinnnmiuii DOUGHERTY & McELLIOHi I Funeral Directors and. Embalmers ! t ', SOAP WORKS non-playe- tmiii'i inuUMiuiiniMiumiiiii!! ifcVAOMOAAAAAAAAAMAA' ' ( ' COAL CO. w GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL.J S. SMITH, .PROP. e v Tkt Funeral Director and n . Embalmer I . Eatrii 1.1b-erah- ur ua sup-portie- cr yadWar,FaaBdPaya'Str, .. ex-e- oi SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANESTS. avil-aVjJ.- 9.' - v v ., s ""- . ; tf :both phones sto. tm m KAr,bPL- - ,?a L'U