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Kentucky Irish American: October 2, 1920 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1920 kec1920100201_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 2, 1920 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1920 $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. T MIIU TO HKIOy J1JS?IWA!!IMW. hit 3M m mm w. St. W. Market 4S2 la&m, 1. Kentucky BHRwvw w - a - VOLUME XLV. NO. 14. another promise to the taxpayers. After his inauguration, ho and Col.. Potty, Chief of tho Keyatoners, said that from then on nothing would be suppressed In city matters aa the public wore stockholders In the city of Louisville land Its institutions. Now tiio near Mayor announces that ho will not tell, tlto public how high a mtb-- oi interest It will liavo to pay for tho borrowed money, being a violation of tiio pabliclty promise, and pretty when. one realizes that the public and aro entitled to know, unless the near Mayor and his associates of "reform" aro going to pay It themselves as restitution for mismanagement and mlsgovornraent. Speaking of jpubllclty again, and their promises during the epidemic of safe robberies around hero recently, Chief Petty and his press bureau kept the eafe blowing not only from the dally press but fooled their own Keystone cops by npt pub. I tolling it in tho Tollco Bulletin. Of course the Keystonereswouldn't havo , but caught the criminals-it does look a Jlttle stingy In not letting them know what is going on. The day of the. big safe robbery Chief Potty has as his Important announcement in the bulletin that kids must not bo allowed to skato on tho pavements. Tho Kentucky Irish American published six weeks ago that the police and firemen were boing assessed $25 each and lost Saturday It wa3 brought officially to the attention of the Senatorial Investigating Lewla Committee at "Washington. Y. Johnson, former secretary to Tobe Hert, sidestepped tho question when It was announced, recently that he was the official boodle gatherer in Loulsvlllo, and he said that he was not collecting money from polled and firemen, and intimated that he didn't oven know that they were kicking in $25 each. Near Mayor Smith and' Messrs'. Burllngame and Belllgman, of tho Board of Safety, probably do not know it yet, as they haven't been quoted" In regards- to making an investigation. What an Innocent group of officials they are. Chief Petty says he always kicks in the campaign fund boforo anyone tsks him, and he doesn't Jcnow either that the Keyatoners aro kickr, ing In. The official denial, or tho official stall ratlier, was loft to J. H. Scales, former circulation manager of the Herald, who Bays that polk and firemen aro not Assc&cd, but if they desire to eea tribute Ml is accepted cheerf idly. The official "explainer" forgot to M that the police aid firemen are .pitting in their $2B H- I6.il a month tor four motn, which smackr ef, an official assessment, Scales 1" rhe gentleman wto wrote the fairiow note toCapt. Beoatklfig for con' tesjvandaUtntJon to tee bearer of -r, ,mmm. jr- caorva cae ,nhigh-hand- ed tax-paye- rs LOUISVILLE, irWflkDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920. lis ltd. 5 I i llA A af WnO W w II fl AMERICAN ml - UAUX riTwm, UeUle? CM nvivc on Bery Dtler 1600 """ inn an Bsoatl UttoHbTMfciitTriMferei Incorporate PRICE PIVE CENTS. swer would bo an emphatic yoa They aro as good Amoricans as Beckham and as far seeing, to say the least. They will not take refuge behind that cowardly subterfuge that It would cause England to go to war with tho United States. They know and so docs any man, that nothing Is moro remote than a declaration of war against us by England for such cause. As to Senator Bockham's candor, it is highly appreciated by thoso who sent the question. Thoy wished a simple yes or no, and the Senator's candor will be reciprocated. The Frlonds of Irish Freedom will be equally candid with, him when action Is takon. Judgo O'Dohorty's final Btroko to delude tho public is tha other Irishmen and friends of Ire land take tho same view as he does here In this city. There may bo a llko himself .coterie of Anglo-Iris- h who put politics oefore lofty principle, who pat him on tho back and declaro their disgust with Irish efindependence, but the fort for coterlo Is small. Contrast Judgo O'Doherty's pompous drivel with the clear and pointed Interview of Mr. Ah! here is a James Thompson. man who has not forgotten the mother land that bore him nor her crucifixion by her centuries old oppressor. Whilst he does not agree to present aspirations of his former countrymen, ho at least is nobly generous with them. Ho wishes them Homo Rulo such as Canada has, not a "workable agreement," whatever that may be. Dominion home rulo would In other days have made of Ireland a happy, prosperous and contented nation, but such a measure would not receive tho remotest consideration from England, nor will It today or ever, not any moro than the Republic, unless England be forced to grant It, and no ono knows this better than Mr. Thompson. But all friends of Ire land must be grateful to him that ho has had the courage to speak plainly, to speak the truth and let the people, little Informed on the matter, know who Is at fault. An effort to stanipedo tho Friends of Ireland towards Beckham will no doubt continue to bo made by Democratic organs .here. Almost every day It Is prominently mentioned that orators such noted as Gov. Glenn and Bourke Cockran, of New York, will'bo hero to address us. - The It i3 all right to use tho hyphen Just now Is very much emphasized. However, let' mo say that if these two gontlo-nio- n deliver speeches that will suit tho Anglophiles here they must vary them much from those they deliver in New York. not, however, the It matter Frlonds of Irlsh'Fr'eedom hero know tholr duty apd thoy will not be turned aside .from their great pur- yese by any honeyed words from the reie,,,iWj'aJ,ff volumes or well-informIrish-American Irish-Americ- DEMOCRATS Amazed of Wohich to at Farthering tho Democratic Activity Campaign. F" H mM&smimmtmKmmmmmmmm 3frll .K-!va- . MOCKERY Texas Ukhop Sounds tho Keynote of Christian Restoration Bcforo Convention. Folly to Sock to Heal Society Except in Uio Name of tho Savloiu. Emphasize tho 'Necessity For Missionary Efforts For Salvation nt Present. WELFARE OF THE INDIVIDUAL. The delegates attending the General Convention of the Catholic Central Society, hold atiSan Antonio, Texas, were welcomed in the Cathedral by tho Right Rev. Arthur Jorome Drossaerts, Bishop ot San Antonio, who hailed thorn na champions of Christian reconstruction. The Bishop traced tho history of San Antonio to the assembled delegates, illustrating tho conquest of the Stato for Christ by tho padres ot the early days and sketching tho later struggle for civil Independence. Harking back to the missionary labors ot tho friars In ithe old days and emphasizing the necessity of missionary efforts for tho salvation of society at present. . tho Blshoti asked tho question: "What gavo birth to your society? Or," bo continued, "what Induced you to Join tho Central Society? Or to make It still moro actual: What mado you leave your happy homes and Journey to this far-oSouthwestern city? I may sum up the ansWer to all these questions," he went on, "by repeat ing that sentence which Is known to us all through Its .having been the motto of the saintly and lndofatlE- ablo Pope Plue X.: "Restauraro omnia In Chrlsto" "to restore all things In Christ." "Restoration," said the . Bishop, "or as wo now rather call it. recon struction, Is timely; it Is tho watch word or tho day. So much was destroyed by tho horrors of the awful World War: so much has been un set through tho senseless decrees of tno Peace Conferenco at Paris; so much in the past has been uprooted by a fajso, godless, ma terJallstlc philosophy. False prophets havo foolishly and crjmlnally taught- im Messes at the people- to, dream sixty-four- th ff - 'WW jr( .' t p1111 yos"'- SENATOR BECKHAiTO POLICY OF DISCRETION 'I WILL NOT yfft M I , Republicans. Tight Sliy of Women Meetings Because of Colored Sisters. REC0GNI2H IDFLANDS CLAIM "" .V.. . TOR TBZfcUU. kt Democratic Committee Sliould struct Voters How to Scratch Bcckhnm. In- Hennlng-Chambe- rs FIREMAN IN MOVIE SCENE. wkJwmm 55 : teUi&zZhjU The Stato and local Democratic Campaign Committees are more than pleased with the activity of the Democratic women in tho campaign, and this, activity Is not confined to tho eoclety women who sometimes take an active Interest in a move like this' fof a fad or social whim. On the other hand, it Is the storo and office girls who are taking an actlvq Tart in the women's meetings In the central part of the city and Borne of them have already display Od talents as organizers that will comparo favorably with our leading In tho fiollticlans, men find, residential their wives and sisters taking a keen interest In women's meetings and tho political campaign, and these same men three or four months ngo would .have been willing to wager their all that "mother" or "sis" would never bo interested In politics enough to vote. Tie women's vote has indeed proven a fond plum for thef Democratic party In city and State elections and the attempt of tho Republican lead-er- a to offset this Is amusing. The is machine afraid, to announce general meetings of Republican women, as tho colored sisters would "butt" In and cause considerable embarrassment. In order to avoid conflict between the white Republican women voters and their colored Republican sisters the local Republican machine is at its wits' end. A hall has been, secured in tko colored section on West Chestnut street and the .Republican Committee invites all colored women voters' to come there and learn jill tfbout. registration, voting, etc., but tho colored gls'ters have become JMGtMta, a JJttle neeved-- . about the bbr wo- A urn week. UIU IU - Says he will not vote to. recognize .Ireland, as it may mean war with. England, although President Wilson denies this assertion. how-ove- L .. -- SHATTERS BEiKMM DEFENSE ; f -- H'-rt M , . vr-- r -- t yir ao Q'CMf, Prsd(F Friwiel Quk th GUrW WmmknmMM vittC rLfci..a OLz. "' jjfii ' afcR? J3ft :L Rr. Fi4e ... Jt f ' - - - " !'-" j. i - T- Iriih Freedom, Fearlessly Points 't'F itiasfc. .'V''-ti'.. L 1.- !fi,' 'TrV u51TPSv-i riW" Myiiniu ftaer stage "Howdy Democrats daring to mention in any prohibitionists lauded Burllngame to way the big army of negro men and tho Bkies for his noble stand against women voters who are working for Demon Rum, and all naturally con- FRIENDS OF IRISH FREEDOM WERE ASKED TO WITHDRAW QUESTION tho success of tho G. O. P.. and cluded that lio Iiad fired Patrolman who form CO per cent, of tho Itcpub-Uca- n Cook, who had insulted people going party In Louisville. Tho col- to church and terrorized newsboys, ored press here has become a little hetc. But Paul's lecture on temper indignant on its own hook because ance must havo been a blind and The card of Jidge Matt O'Dohorty "dear peepul." It is nice to be who would stand Idly, by and look of tho raco question, but lias boy- Cook was not punished, as at present cotted the Gaycty and ptlicr lacal he is patrolling a beat at First and in behalf of Senator Beckham's can- grateful for that which gratifies per- upon 'the destruction of a brave littheaters because they nro not allow- Brandels. tle nation under the Iron h'cel of didacy caused widespread comment sonal vanity. Judgo O'Doherty Is possibly Ig tho crudest military oppression be ed to sit down stnlrs. Speaking of Tho "Midnight Rldo of Paul Re- among the Friends of Irish Freedom Col. Haagor's address on the raco vere" had nothing on. one of our "re- and thoso interested in Ireland's norant of tho events that led up to cause It desires to govern Itself. It question, a local colored paper says: form" administration firemen ono tight for freedom and justice. Rev. the addressing ot the question to is needless to say that the oppressor "Wo warn you, there nro a consider- night this past week. Out on Pres- Father John O'Connor, pastor of Senator Beckham. Lot me say that is the same that tried for eight' able number of colored people too ton street tho No. 15 engine and No. Holy Name church and President of it la traceable to tho Senator or his years by tho samo methods It Is ready and eager to scttlo tlicso af- 3 hook and ladder company are sta- the Frlonds of Irish Froodom, writes friends here. At tho August meet- employing towards Ireland today to fairs with fisticuffs and firearms." tioned in the same house. Answer- the following answer to that com- ing of tho Friends ot Irish Freedom crusn mo nucleus or this now great Just a llttlo piece of advice to the ing a midnight alarm, ono of tho munication and has sent the same to hero a letter from Senator Beckham nation ono hundred and thirty years State and County Democratic Com firemen got tangled up lu sliding tho Louisville press: to Mr. J. P. Bannon, of this city, ago. So very likely the Frlonds of mittees. There are .thousands of down tho polo" and missed tho entending to show his favorable course, Irish Freedom would have taken tho voters who are going to vote against gine company to which ho was at- To the Editor ot Ilia Kentucky ItUh American. towards the Irish question at the Bamo action that they havo oven If Louisville, Ky., Sept. 28, 1020. Beckham, tho Democratic nominee tached. In his haste to mako tho last session of Congress, was pre- tno occasion was not presented to It. Off and for Senator, and somo missionary run he had also failed to put" on especially on during the past week, sented by ono of his friends and, as Judge O'Dohorty with seeming on last Saturday, tho work needs to be done showing them his shirt and trousers and in his un Oomocratlo surmised, tho thinks the good County Committee, wo- all Democratic atCounty Instigation mon how to scratch their ballot. This derwear only grabbed the hook and through Commitback of tho question would Times of- tho the large class of voters are first and ladder truck to answer the call. All tee. This letter precipitated a lively havo acted otherwise had thoy but foremost against Beckham and It not tho way In Preston street and down and Post,onhave made furious on- discussion at once, eomo of those considered the matter moro thor slaughts action of tho Friends of present contesting properly coached many of these men pun 3ooq onj U9M enuoAB Xqsuno They certainly appreciate tho accuracy of oughly. and women will vote tho straight ladder with our hero clinging on IrishtoFreedom in this city, in send- tho statements made, and so to end no such defense, shirk In no way ing tho Congressional candidates Republican, ticket to insure a voto consequences of their action, and was suggested that the night breezes whistling tho affair against hlnu This would be Injuri- and tho his drawers. Now If you for Senato in this State and House Friends ofit Ireland wore not now tne through Intend to press the matter to the of Representatives In ttys district a ous to tho candidacy of Gov. Cox saw that picture In a movlo you "Thoy aYo good men, I know concerned with tho Senator's past and overy Democratic Congressional would laugh uproarously, and prob question as to their position in the record, but rather Interested in his end. them," tho Judge tells us. Tho event of election on recognition- of ticket in Kentucky. Beckham and ably say "There couldn't bo any future course in this matter in the compliment can be returned. They his friends seem to have just real- joke firemen JIko that In real life.' tho Republic of Ireland not republio," as our Anglophile event of his election. It Was then know Judgo O'Doherty, too, esteem ized that tho Irish and Well, the people along the route question, now so well as a voters have accepted his "detl" laughed at the sure enough movlo frlonds hero are wont to enoorlngly that the which those who eent it him more fino gentleman, but havo known and for than a year known full and ho will find that the support of comedy with tho excoptibh of two refer to It when this will arise at aro gratified that it has received well that he Is a very fair specimen The Courlor-Journwill old darkles coming out of an alley tho next session ot Congress. the attention, was formulated, fully of an In no way ennot bo enough to offset this vote on dear Second street. Both took ono burdou ot tho articles In theso such discussed, unanimously adopted, couraging his downtrodden countryelection day. Originally Beckham look at the truck and its queor pas- papers was a defense of the reply of a committee appointed to conveyand men in their patriotic efforts to posit never attempted to explain his posi- senger and then boat it for dear life Senator Beckham to the question. to Senator Beckham and tho other sess that v.hich he enjoys hero-lib-erty. tion on the Irish question and never One of the frightened darkles said Interviews with two prominent citi- candidates. He dismisses them with tho showed the least concern when tho "ho had just seen a ghost fireman." zens, Judge Matt O'Ooherty and workable National Board of Friends of Irish Ono of our flro chiefs who Is noar James Thompson, were given great tSomo two weeks later I, as Presi- niggardly allowance ot a to bo obagreement with England, of of .Freedom classed him as a consistent sighted Inquired as to who tho fire promlnenco, tho ono very m,uch to dent was the Friends by Irish Free- tained in tho dim, distant future. approached an emissary voter against Irish frocdoni. Recent-- t man was workfug in his white Tants. tho liking of these dallies, the otner dom, to havo somo eocret inMr. ly he attempted to explain and later Oh, well, the "hick" firemen aro not giving them very much ot a black of a way Humphrey, connected In He appearsperhaps from Carson, Tho somo with tho Democratic Com formation, came but as an opponent going to lot tho Koystono police hog oye. Judgo O Dohorty declares that tno mittee I think, requesting the with peoplo of Ireland, through their rep of Irish freedom. The Courier-- . all the comedy. question was very Improper, should drawal oi the question; that It resentatives at Westminster, labor as a hero for Journal lauds him not hayo been put: then eulogizes would be embarrassing to Senator ed peacefully from 1870 down to snubbing the Irish and ENJOYABLE EVENING. Bockham's candor In 'his reply and Beckham and so on. It didn't ap- 1017 to obtain Uhls workable agree voters, but failed to make menstates tho reply was tho only ono pear that ho was itching to display ment tho Judgo so confidently promtion of tho fact that Recklian's The mon of St. Charles Borromeo that the Senator could give, also that his much vaunted candor. 1 de ises them, bijjt as wo all know laborfries ds had asked privately for the well in' For Friends of Irish Freedom to with church last weok entertained Rev. oo very many Irishmen and friends clined to intorfere. The origin of ed In vain. British a man so and pertreachery draw; their embarrassing qiteetios. Father Charjes P. Itaffo, the pastor, of Ireland wore taking tho same the wholo affair can then bo traced formed ot fidy In the as Judge The die Is cast and tho entire mat- and a number of friends with a stag vlow of the inatter as he. Now It to Senator Beckham or his frienda O'Doherty ishomo struggle of his is remark This ter Is up to tho voters, and tho only social and smoker. A delightful tho question vfs Improper Beckham here. arid Js given merely to' stato an affront to this fellow Irish pooplo his in no wise as an apology one remaining duty Is (or the Demo- qvenlng was had, the time being should have Ignored It. If ou tho facta to every cratic Campaign Committees to in- passed playing euchro and other other, hand It brought out what the tor the courso nursued by the and does littlefriond of Ireland bero credit to his head or struct the voters how to scratch gaoies. while the committee was kept Judgo extols as one of Beckham's Friends oi Irish Freedom. As Amer- and A word to the wise la busy serving soft drinks and, "eats." fine' qualities then it should bo hail- ican citizens wo feel that wo are per- heart. Beckham. How utterly puerile Is tho Judge's Tho Excelsior1 Glee Club surprised ed by the Judge and others of the fectly within oUr rights in approachsufficient. to Near Mayor Smith announced this the gathering with an entertaining Senator's backers as very fortunate ing those who are theybe chosen for statement and tho one much harped accord with upon by our Democratic newspapers oast week that he had borrowed minstrel turn, In which the follow and opportune, and he should en- office as to how $1,080,000 to carry oyer our deplet ing took nart: Misses Hazel Klklns, courage the Friends" of Irish. Free- our position relative to a question that Beckham could not have made that dumands not simply our sym- any other answer. Ask Borah of ed and broken city treasury., whlch. May C. Garrett, "Lillian Sutton, Mar dom to come again. action. Idaho, Johnson of California, Gerry It la not surprising that he now pathy 'but our most thorough to te as empty unaer amitny ana "re- garet Burke, Virginia a. urartiey the of Rhode Island, Gore of Oklahoma, Lees. Tils club corf- - rushes to the aid of Beckham, slace In doing so we are true form" as the famous, cupboard of and that has r Old Mother Hubbard. And Bmtth ,templta a series 6t atertintnet8 the latter whilst. Governor throwen-a genius of a nation owttmAim. obtained Shields of, Tennessee, Reed of MisltX freedom and. ty- souri Waleh of Montana, Walsh-- of wm elected, oh Um . platform ef durlnr th fall and winter months couple ot political plum "to him, "Jteowemy m4 Lower And for tha pi90e of bringing the peo abling him to wMr the judicial ranny by a etrtsle, .atfd through MaceaehueeKs, King1 of Utah, Phelan Ma, time the mlerveaikm, ot Mather land. ef Cellfornla, and many other fixand making tWm bt- - ermine without Incidental to the borrowing of tb p4 and moawr la wMaf U fro tho Bane indeed naff vnAjertnmt in he ator the aeme qneetlon, Their- an- ntflUem 4eUr aw? Mtm Courier-Journal, -"so-called Irish-American pro-Engli- sh al Anglo-Irishman, flat-footIrish-American namne."' Ed" Morrow, Oak and Seventh and Market, was Tfc. Widely AhrrtiScl Crii WHU Friend, Judge Matt with Lieut. Gov. Ballard and the other picked out of thef gutter and taken Republican leaders. To an outsider to tho police; station. The details of Subterfuge and Poorly Placed Camouflage It hardly seems possible that Chair- his trial before tho Board of Safety man Ches. Searcy will refuse to give were kept from the nubile, many equal representation to the colored thinking ho was fired quietly. To brother and sister, who have fought odd to that belief Chairman Paul so nobly for Republicanism, "re- Burllngame allowed himself to bo form" and plenty of crap games. But Interviewed and stated that not only sad to say, this mention of the col- was ho opposed to a pollcoman. get- President Woedrow Wilson's Latest Statement Contradicts Beckham ored Republican brothers and sisters ting drunk in uniform but that If On Their Supposed Fear of War With England. seems to strlko a soro spot and tho his board heard that a policeman Louisville Herald, tho official organ drank while In citizens' clothes he grows would bo punished just the same. of the Republican machine, real Indignant at the Idea of white The W. C. T. TJ. followers and all tewtteMV. 2sS e 5S smL:mmmmmii ijitili P&3wSHa rw&j3$Z& O'Doherty, ExpdseH'iii'Merc lannnnnnkB9ESClanKi2!lBnBnnnKS5& E . and His Defender WWClfWI?5WWTTJewnrWJtnikTMaH' ef the peoulfl' arahitIoe that" never be satisfied; so much, class That President Woodrow Wilson hatred Is rampant and so much irre-llgldoes not agreo with Messrs. Beck- quenceand Infidelity; and as a conseof all this there Is such a ham and O'Doherty was again emphasized this week in a public let- seething unrest everwhoro In tho ter In. which he answered a nUmbor world that tho very foundations of questions and assorted that the out- social fabric aro belnir shaken to and seem to come to ruin. Yest It's United States would not havo help put down a rebellion in Ire- tlmo to speak of reconstruction. But of land. The letter of the President to it is mockery to God and humanity anything less than E. M. Swartz, of Los Angeles, and alike to turn relative to Ireland's caso contained to God and heaven for help and It tho following questions and an- stntesmon Is folly to do as did thrf who, at Paris, had tho swers: Q. Under the covenant docs tho destinies of tho world, the peace of nation obligato Itself to assist any nations, the happlnoss of mankind In their hands, but excluded, with member of tho League in putting blasphemous audacity tho Ruler or down a rebellion of its subjects or the World from tholr councils and conquered peoples? gavo to tho expectant world but A. It docs not. Q. Under tho covenant can this Dead Sea fruit, nothing else, nothAnd So any process of lint Ion independently recognize a ing moro. Government whoso peoples seek to reconstruction will result In but deeper mockery and misery If God Is Achieve or hnve achieved their front n member of the loft out and the lessons of tho silent figure of Christ crucified aro not League? A. Tho Independent action of tho heeded and obeyed. And hence, all hall to you. dear Government of the United States in n matter of this kind is in no way delegates, Christian Catholic All hall to you, for you limited or iiffertod by tho covenant aim not at a reconstruction which of tho Lcuguo of Nations. Is founded on tho looso sands, the shifting sanda of moro human ef WILL CLOSE FIRST LOAN. forts, more human philosophy, mere on human calculations; at a reconstrucCommission Tho American tion which Is but a sham, a dream Irish Independence, of which Frank no, yours, based.as It Is, upon the P. Walsh Is Chairman, states that solid and only possible foundation, Irish bond certificates are being is on uurist tne saviour (and thero Is sued to all subscribers as rapidly as no other name glvon to men by possible, and announce that the fol- which thoy may bo saved), Is the lowing dates have been set for tho only real, the only practical reconclosing of tho lssuo ot the First struction. Yours will glvo us freeLoan of the Republio ot Ireland: dom from the tyranny ot human October 14 for new subscriptions, passions; will establish more and and October 31 for second or moro firmly the reign of Christ payments at of tho among men, and thus secure tho sub foundations of our social .fabric commission. But the latter scriptions will bo received direct tho welfare of tho individual, the from subscribers up to November family, the Church and State." 30 at tho head offices ot the Ameri"Reconstruction" Is indeed timely, can Commission on Irish Independ- as tho Bishop of San Antonio has' ence, 411 Fifth avenue, Now York said. But tho prelate also said that City. A final and supromo effort to "Christian Catholic reconstruction" Increase the results should at once Is necessary. Would that this truth bo mado. woro more generally appreciated. .nw s. ..l' ea on of re-Il- lnde-nidcn- re recon-structo- rs. sub-offic- GREAT Y. M. I. DRJVH. CAMOUFLAGE. Macklnand Trinity Councils, Y. The membership drivo of both M. I. is now on, and both aro receiving many applications. Tho Y, M. I. will help any young man to get a Btart, and bero many successful bus-- . Iness men first obtained their talking experience on the floor ot its meetings. Its great objective is to Improve young men morally, socially and intellectually, and also to proyldo many features of wholesome entertainment, especially during tho winter months. This is tho society for Catholic young wen, who should avail themselves of its many advan tages. All councils throughout tho country are in this drive, and the results aro being watched with inter- est. MONTHLY SOCIAL. romeo -- er ,. Joh frn ee iothr pamf - Tho ladles of St. "Charles Borcongregation will oatertaln with their regular monthly social GOES TO ROMTC. next Monday evening In the parish h hall, and Chestnut. Right Rev, Anthony J. Sehaler. Tho amusements, of which there will S. J., Bishop ot El Paeo, wH nail be quite a number, will start at 8 from New York On October 7 for All friends "of Father Raf (6 Rente, to report to the Pone 'on the o'clock and the parlch are Invited, eeaJKloa ef hie dieeeee. Twonty-sovont- Rumors ot widespread plots, which have ranged from conspiracies to King George to blowing up public buildings, have been current In London during the past fow days. Those reports have been caused by fear that tho lives of public mon In Great Britain might bo Jeopardized, should any of tho Irish hunger strikers die, particularly now that the 'Black and Tan" police have mado roprisala In, several Irish towns. Pollco authorities havo Investigated somo of tho moro plausible stories, and newspapers have run down many more, and always with the samo negative result. Tho above was sent out Wednesday from London, with tho evident purposo of concealing tho growing feollng ot dissatisfaction with tho Government policy, and whleh may soon result in the overthrow of the Lloyd George administration, I Ji-X- , . ' -- if.i' '; A UTS VSk liWX iAjffi . ".'tv... &?.?&&& ' XK3MXX ajmcbikxcaw. KENTUCKY IRISH flMERffiflN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. el Irkh AraerkiM R.W fe SoeUl 1 byMwl Adv.aeemen Hibernian. Young taA CttheHfli Mea't Ancient Order of Officially Indorsed Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINJINO CO., Uuntrcniti. WJeSCRlPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAkPERYEARfSINQLB COPY 5c Bntcred at the LouUvllle Poitolfle Second-Cl- COMING EVENTS. Morton avonuo. October 6 Fall festival o Trinity Council, Yt M. I., Baxtor and 11-1- Iflrtttr. 318-32- 1 Lawn fote on 2 October grounds of Church of Our Lady, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd avenue. OntnTinr 14 Entertainment Of St. Francos of Rome church, in Trinity Council hall, afternoon and evening. October 15 Autumn social by ladles of St. Cecilia's church, in St. Cecilia's Hall. Mtts 1 AH Cmlctkn r to tta KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Wilt tftwty Stmt .r(cH-LOUISVILLE, KY . ) Bardstown. Mrs. William McDovitt and family our country church is allied with SUITED TORY PAPER. loft today to Join Mr. McDovitt at and our flag in waging warfare and Granite City, 111. The "statemont of Judge Matt Socialism and anarchy. yTMlss Alma Koanoy .has been enter- 's O'Doherty, approving Senator (alnlng as her guest Miss Bessie ( Head, of Bardstown. INSURES THE FUTURE. stand against Ireland's freedom, was naturally approved by the joiumuru mi. uuu iuia. u. There are hundreds of our young havo returned from i'liiuii to their a visit l, which la oxteme in Your Wtrk yiUr, Eirnfe men and women losing a grand op parents in Springfield. tendencies. When Its portunlty for self advancement by Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh will leave President Do Valora epoko here the Courier-Journrefused to accept an not appreciating the evening schools next week for Cincinnati to visit her father, George W. Owens. advertisement of his appearance and with their open doors. Tho Jt. of C. Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Hendricks large later at the Jefferson Theater meet- schools in Louisvllio have a havo returned registration, but the" opportunities vWt to Mackinacfrom a ing, when two Protestant supporters Island, Mich. were here, the are thoro for many more. It moans of Irish freedom Miss Anno Rlhn has returned same tactics were displayed. A lead- an effort now, but it insures a homo from Bardstown, where she ing Catholic clergyman tendered a brighter futuro for tho earnest and has been visiting Mrs. Charles Edo- Ion. certified check for an advertisement ambitious man or woman. Miss Maudo Joyco, Highland Park, Courier-Journof this meeting and the profit-sharin- g has. returned from a visit to Miss GEORGIA AND WATSON. again refused to give npaco .x Beatrice Cunningham in Imlianap-oll-s, ... to a meeting intended to present Ire,1. Georgia holds the lead when It i land's claim for freedom and justice. comes to Illiteracy, contempt of law, Charles Kragel and Joo Rapp, two of our prominent Democratic poliJust last week the Courier-Journmoonshlning and lynching, and now refused to print a reply of Rev. she leads Tom Watson of malodor ticians, have returned from a visit to Father Walsh, pastor of Sacred ous tamo to a seat in the United Lexington. J. Heart church, to that of Senator Btates Senate. Ho Is of no particu- w.L. G. Honsley, H. B. Casey and W Sawyer wore among thel Beckham, scoring the lattcr's Irish visitors seen In I lar party, Just a Watsonito, and no Louisville week-enstand. Father Walsh was told that doubt ho will bo' sat upon by the now xoric. tho policy of the paper was to reCol. C. McLaughlin and Mrs. Mcregu- decent Senators. fuse to print anything bearing on Laughlin and daughter, Miss Mar-lalarly every three months. No delays. No expense for collection. McLaughlin, left Tuesday for tho Irish question for fear it might IDEA THE SAME. uamp uix. Btart a bitter controversy. Now high-clas- s Miss Elizabeth Sullivan, of tho comes tho glaring inconsistency. "Those who think they can wlpo west Eud, who XT-I Judge Matt O'Doherty comments on out labor unions," says Bishop out again, to tho has been quito ill. is i-- . Lt J. J1-- 1 IT i 1L. -- J great delight of her e. iNojeatapo. our money DacK " aepenuciDit!, iruBiwuruiy, Beckham's stand and writes to tho Tlhen, of Denver, "have another many friends. Courier-Journ. with interest if you can complete your payments. Beckham's refusal guess coming. In Egypt and Persia, Miss Jane Llndsoy left Monday for !!! to concede Justice to Ireland. The long before Christ, her home : Jabor organiza- delightful In St. Louis, after a most Tory papor not only published the tions existed. And so it was all visit with her sister, Mrs. Daniel Lawler. O'Doherty statement but editorially down through tho centuries. Some on just as good terms as the biggest capitalist good paying investment in Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Asman and referred to it threo consecutive days. times their name differed, but a family motored to Nazareth Sunday large, soundly managed business is growing all the time. the time tho Idea was the same.", to visit Miss Juliana Asman, who is i MUST COME SOON. a student there. As long utility company grows it needs investment money to build )l c Mrs. Charles McGrath and chil tho Talking of candidates' promises, never Macon Teiegrapn, wiiicn extensions and additions. We put the money of tho wage earner and th capitalist alike to become reconciled to Tom dren, Lexington, spent tho week It would seem that Harding must with Mr. Watson as a Senator from Georgia, Bardstownand Mrs. Martin RidgeSon work in public service nacdsd for prosperity and develojiment. .,., soon come through with something ,.... X.I road. .. imp . - -Li .vutIjivvs mm luis purling Hiioi.; Miss Marcle Vlcllni loft this week for the friends of Ireland, as Cox son may got his seat, but if ho dot own interest. Come in in see us or the for Maine and will spend several has promised to bring Ireland's will only servo tho purpose of thb months with her cousin, Miss Belle he coupon. needs before tho League of Nations whistle on tho locomotive ho wllrPowell, in Portland. ones on the independence. to bn Ihe first opportunity. There is make a noise, but pull no loads." Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Watson, with the more need for action on the nmaK.4fiitiaii'iaiita : their family, motored to Nazareth 'a part because the report got Senator's ...Sunday to visit Miss Juliana Asman, Now comes tho old story that abroad that he entertained a visit- Britain is to establish two Parlia- who Is a student thore. day with ing delegation tho other Mrs. Pattie Blanford and Miss ments la Ireland, In spite of the tho rendition of "Croppy Lie Down," statement on part of th propagand- Prudenco Blanford, of Springfield, .ra were, this weok guests ot Mr. and the Orange, hymn, which tho report ists ' Investment Department s ' that Irishmen can not agreo, a Mrs. L. A. Blanford. 'v sate was his favorlto pieco whejj- - he of Kentucky Louisville Gas & Electric disunited Ireland as a gift of tho Dr. F. A. Stark, Mrs. Stark and played tho tuba in tho Marioa silver British Government nover will bo MIS3 Laura O'Conner, of San Fran Louisville Ky. cornet band a third of century ago. accepted, Cisco, are visiting Mrs. Mary Carroll Plcsj snd tni your Investment liter tor. and Miss Kate Carroll. M IIAVE RIGHT. Mrs. of Spring Afom Senator Beckham and others evi- field, Is Nannie Slmms, her daughter, the guest of 31Former Senator James Hamilton dently forget President Lincoln's Mrs. J. Frank Blauford, and Mr. Strttt- H. M. Byllesby & Co. jfgftA words: "Those who deny freedom to Blanford, Crescent Hill. Lewis, Democratic candidato for " Telephone Misses Harrold and Ruth Governor of Illinois, has announced others deserve ifnot for themsolvos, Redding Sallloweek-enMUIimiMHllHM d were visitors in and under a Just God can not long that ho will ask President Wilson to Lexington, the guests of Miss Har tako eomo steps to settle the Irish retain It." row's aunt, Mrs. George B. Salender. MARK RYAN DEAD. question to tho satisfaction of tho Mr. Nutto, of After looking over the returns Detroit,and Mrs. .Joseph tho guests Irish in tho United States. Senator wero this week Throughout tho city news of tho Lewis said: "Irishmen in' the United from tho last Now York prjmary, of Mrs. Nutto's parents, Mr. and death of Mark Ryan at his home, n Anderson is said to have Mrs. James Heffornnn, in Now AlStates and their descendants have a C40 East Oak street, was received bany. declared that ho felt like right to ask in turn for tho liberty Miss Mary Virginia Miller, of Gal- with toolings of profound sorrow. for which they fought In all the of ono per cent veston, Texas, who. has been visiting He was a native of Louisvllio and wars of America." her grandfather, P. J. Brown, South . This Saturday is the feast of the Sixth, for the past two months, will ' . BJIi i''i'ii'Iii'iiTiri"WBi iln Ml Holy AngelB. return to her home October 1. OBEY GOD'S LAWS. Miss little Catherine Dwyer, daughtor of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. REVOLTED BY CRUELTIES. There is ono deep and profound WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. Dwyer, ot Twenty-sixt- h street, was lesson that this country may learn Injured Sunday by a fall from her The most notable conversion that from tho premeditated explosion of has taken place in Ireland for a con- pony, suffering a broken arm and ! EKX$iaKTV 5&mL street, says the siderable time Is. that ot Miss Bar- minor Injuries. the borab in Wall Miss Nell Brown John J. Brown, Morning Star, and that Is tho abso- ton, sister of R. Barton, member of SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. niece, Miss Mary lute necessity of Christian education, Parliament. Barton is at present and tholr Galveston, Texas, Virginia motored ser- Miller, of If wo are to survive as the nation undergoing a three years' penal Eng- through tho Bluegrass this week and vitude in a convict prison in whoso republican form of govern- land for a political speech labelled stopped at Nazareth Academy for a ment Is the admiration of the world "seditious" by Dublin Castle. Tho visit with tholr niece, Miss Juliana XNCORFOfUTBD Asman, who Is attending school and has been a benediction and a Bartons aro Wicklow stock, being an there. old Protestant family residing near PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. haven to countless mlltons of the Glendalough ot the Seven Churches. Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Friess oppressed and suffering slnco our They aro connected with the Ohlld-er- wero hosts at a euchro party at INTENTION FOR OCTOBER. glorious flag first threw Its starry one of whom was Chancollor of their home, 2807 Slovin street, In Expressing the British Exchequer, and with honor of Mrs. Oscar Friess, who ac folds to the breeze. V. H. Silllman, Prcs. Fred J. Klausing, Sec-TreTho general intention recommendcompanied them home from St, Bmall wonder at the constantly other celebrated English houses. Lpuis. present wore Oscar ed by His Holiness Pope Benedict Those Barton, M. P., the solo male sur growing disrespect for law and or- vivor ot his line, Joined tho British Friess. Messrs. and Mesdames Ed for iho League of the Sacred Heart governfor .tho month ot Ootobor is "Work-or- s army at an early stage ot the war. Lawson, H. Friess, A. Pflster, Will der and public decency and In Factories." iam J. ment and authority, it points out As a British officer he was in active Misses coaKiey, a. I'lister, Jr., anu Willetta Kaelln, Emma K. service in uuuim auring tne reuei-llo- n that what this country needs Is solid of 191C. Revolted by some of Wolf, Mrs. Emma Wolf and Mrs. EdINCORPORATED LEAVE TODAY. Christian training and education for tho cruelties which then cam under ward F. Friess. the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ryan, If we his notice, he joined tho Irish voluntho masses and tho classes. The six Mary Knoll priests destinTho wedding ot Miss Adele Marie who ca.mo to this country more than would escape the terrors of anarchy teers and the Sinn Fein organiza- Wompe and Robert Jluddell Green fifty years ago from Ireland. Edu- ed for China, who left Osslnlng on public schools September 27, will sail .today from Mar- cated In on the army. and down tho red flag of Socialism, tion had his release from at Oxford, was quietly solemnized at St. Gray nnd soon the Louisville after his graduation learn- San Francisco on the steamer Nan- He tin's rectory, Shelby and OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD STREET taught to ac- - where hebeen educated th people must bo took his degree in eco- streets, the Rev. Francis Felten, ed tho trade ot bricklayer. With the tung. He worked his estate in cousin of tho bride, performing tho monoy earned from his trade he paid Jknowledge God and oboy his laws. nomics. Send us your Palm Reacts Suits, Flannel Trousers, BOYCOTT ENGLAND. Miss Rosallo Holtman for his course in law at the Univer The children must bo taught to County Wicklow on scientific lines. ceremony. Gaorgattes, Voiles and Organdy Drasscs and let us It was his chief delight to train all Wempo and A. H. Wompo, sister sity of Louisville, graduating la know and reverence Him and honor tho young men In his neighborhood In conformity with the suggestion and brother of the brjde, were the 1907. Ho then practiced for three oleaa them hia moral code. The children must in After a trip to years and in 1909 he was elected to ot the wife of Lord Mayor methods of the agricul- only attendants. ot Cork, many Americans be educated, not only in book ture. prison he has Chicago and other points, Mr. and the State Senate, where he served Although. In THE "MODERN" WAY. knowledge, but to look beyond the been choeen Chairman of the newly Mrs. Green will go to Lexington, with marked ability and credit. Mr. have determined to institute a boyRyan Was always prominent In Cath- cott of British goods and British Council. Aflfr. Will (TftlJ MSriAi vantirt ft earth, beyond the stars Tn tho firma- elected Wicklow County his sen- where they will make their home. The excessive severity ot Mrs. A. J. Ohllgschlager was olic circles,- being especially active financial agencies in the United ment, beyond the planets and the tence is regarded as a crlmo. It for and deliver all work. As near you as your phone. hostess at a miscellaneous shower in the A. O. H. and K. of C. in 1918 Btates. Attention Js called first to world of space, and see and recog will be remembered that he made a laBt Tuesday evening in .honor of her he married Miss Florence Caplinger, the British insurance companies donise ia all things the hand ot Al- daring escape from prison, but was Bister, Miss Nora peaKo, .wno win De of Louisville, who survives him. He ing business in America. Tholr volOR CITY SOUTH daugh- ume of business in also leaves a mighty God, The Catholic' church, recaptured. His sister, who has married to Ezra Edward Bweot in tor, Mtes Billy Lynn Ryan. He has enormous, desplto the past has been tho existence ot A TVTTt A been received into the church, is ex- October. Cl'T.T?7rTri1T. ATT .JTl. TJJLJL JL JXXlJLf kjAuxv O.VAU. The following were In I .Tnrwr which we do sot iheeltate to say to ceedingly popular. It is stated on vited: Misses Nort Pcake, Mary no other immediate relatives. The many purely Amorlcan companies ot WU Monday morning superior strength and solidity. Look ? the most powerful source for the worthy authority that Barton when Murta, Margaret Schmidt,, Rose New- funeral took place teaching and the preservation of asked at Portland prison what re- ton. Comlllla Meyer, Anna Louise from St. Paul'a church, Rev. Eugene at your policies, and if they are registered re- Herman, of Augusta, Ga.; Catherine Donohoe conducting the solemn ob written in a British company write he law and order lnthis Republic, and ligion "Theshould be religion." THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF your agent and order them trans plied, Catholic Ohllgschlager. HUdegar Guy, Mary sequies. NAZARETH and glory- - of our flag, to the honor ferred to an American company. Al.Emma DonaMcCann, Ethel Cash, Announce the Opening of cinmcH of our liADY. doing this work, ready the policies ordered ouaeeHed Gozowsky, Delia Dtocher, LHXINGTON. hue. Katie in San Diego city alone run into the Gertrude Cash, Marie Donnelly, LilNAZARETH COLLiai Tomorrow the coozregation and , thousands of dollars. Join taw ef-- TODAY and TOMORROW Blue Grass Council, K. ot C, ot lian Voil, Conie Mulllman, Nora A BULWARK. CHURCH 851 gOUTn FOURTH STREET h ofMargaret pastor will celebrate the seventy- - fectlve .protest against the inhuman-nint- Lexington, elected the.' following French. Marvin Tyler, mllltaranniversary of the Church ot.ity and brutality r; Cash, Marie Vol!, Gertrude iShircllff, LOUISVILLE, ICY. ficers: Grand Knight. R. J. ' The CethoHe Church can. well be in ireiana. jso&isuu can dbsi oe Deputy Grand Knight, H. F. Alice Roes, Marie Shtrcliff, Alma Our Lady, Rudd avenue, witn eiao-'iFor Further Information Call at proud ot its firm stand against the Poblmeyer; Chancellor Charles P. Donnelly, .Ruth Cash, Rocella Ohllg- orate religious services, both morn made aware of the American pub VS. Presentation Academy Oier autocratic an lic's condemnation ing and doctrines of the Socialists, Red and Dodd: Warden, B. J. Fallon; Finan- schlager: Meedames Frank Tyler, imposing evening. There will be an- and tyrannous rule of of the Irish procession before the ReRobert Newman, J. Botehoviki, from whose ranks come cial Secretary, Peter F. Clark; Mc- Home Phone 2550 cording Secretary, Frank L. Tom McCann, Buffett, John Heap, niversary high mass at 9:30 in .the nation by touching "her pecketbook. bomb throwers and anarehtottf Carthy: Treasurer. J. J, Bonnetd, X. Krlk. Ray Sehreek, Chester morning, when the Rev. B. A. Bnls, Remember that by this protest you the W RVWrTV sfwBa ttsw m4 aO S. LouisA. u. Mcuawmy, miks O. P., will prsaefc the sermon, as4 accomplish a twofold purpose. You M'l si gtsjsXftfsjfJg'f - Marshall. w.. wMMtblt for the Wall street Advooata. Jerrv J.. Kins: Ineide ll"T7 . ' givs to tragedy. Aadvfrom these bitter ene-- ! Guard, JoMBfa J. Lynch: Outside. Kazan. Joe Kenl. ueo. moves., Li also at the solemn Vespers at 7:30 business the American eompaales the whloh rightfully belongs to rather Martin The In- - Hamilton. P. B. Caeh. L. H. Caah, In the evening. perialistls ambitions iind neither mlaa ot the Catholic Oitureh come Ouard. Richard MeOormick. will takejj. P. Peake, ChM. Setttert, Mary O'Connor will welemw all frleade thsm and thus keep Sa Amsriea the srmpathy nor aejrova4 in tho Awsr-iea- a tallatioa of these oftleers And ysu make Amertoa. the A. V. A., Junior Order and other pleee at the meetiag ot th council Cur, Katie 8oJuUr, J. B. sad former members ot this out mosjor-900-9STARKS BUILDING. . nation. , aMatfsac to Baftoftd Hutt pari UcWe-otyMtafttioM. The KnowaotMa A. J. Ohlteekler. October 4. Beck-liamCourier-Journapro-Engli- sh SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan at ftaAAAUAA Frank SOCIETY. Wholan was last weok tho ImiiptJtgm FromJsiW al four-week- s' . why Kit Have Tw F you 1 Incomes? can al can save $S. 00 a month you become a partner in al d Your partnership earnings checks will come to you un-tne-sq- uai 3fe 7 Preferred Stock "J j- Lm&wi$8 Gas A Electric Co r t m This is a investment opportunity for the worker .. al t i Here is something thai a wage earner can handle and get that a a , asa " 1 I Act your Start ct road and financial mail - inveaimsnt Boparimcsit inquiry Coupon C; A Louisville Gas & Electric Co. '' 311 W. Chestnut St, Louisville . Anti-Saloo- one-ha- lf SWI55 CLEANING MEN'S SUITS CLEANERS AND OF . Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYERS as s, THE MODERN WAY I CLEANERS AND DYERS te Mac-Swin- ey . - I lini fl. ld 2362 t BASEBALL LOUISVILLE MILWAUKEE 'k. Hlllen-meye- m New-hous- e, ,-, -- w -- - ! Brcring, DD. DENTIST Ohltg-Mosrie- y, Of 01 i . I .M ...-- mi5:3AW.t t KijaJvarxjOK:Tr x:riiii lWE. - .iiocE:fuoAHr. -- Jinging UP 1311 . iii jm MTirCVUWC. !- . '!'' l AT. &BlIaV " AAAAAAAAAAAAA4 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAftAftAftftftAAAAAAAAAAAAAit iraWKJ WnMW4& iisfcaaaaaaCLitSs? mHK&V JaTOSSlE. AHSaTm SiB!Hrl9&4 x M.T fU1Lm UPlrJ fAVV&ZflAVZrSB aW TiZlJZ)(f f pK XI UARNINr" WW WfcUIAULttANUtftUUltta 4SnmM if ' u HrV VImo MFrJJ FURNISHINGS 408W.MARKET ST-xS .71 mJISiKfcSCr aai lVZm&j l England a Nation or Bluffers, Brag-, , , Ka"s' "'"'uozcrs, mars nnu Hypocrites. , fill AA tpi.KJJ Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and oldest Bank in the State. Cites Hostilo Feeling and Effort (o Split This Great Republic. National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Turned Her Back When Country Had Need For Friend. , Tills TAYLOR TRUNK CO. -- PEACE WORLD NEEDS MOST. 560 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE To the Editor of Tb Kentucky UM Americas. Phono City 6827 Main 1576-- J Under the heading. "A Warning." Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Gaseeyand Dealers the following poem appeared during our Civil War In the columns of In Leather Goods Harper's Weekly, May 18, 1863: LOUISVILLE, KT. Wo will remember It England's REPAIRING A SPECIALTY With the passing of Jacob Hoertz this city loses another of Its most exemplary and highly respected citizens, a man whose private and pub"N. lic llle waa beyond reproach. Ho was V$ 43 I seventy-fou- r years old, and up to Jv k J v last November had. been actively enin the business J gagedhad erectedcontracting buildings, many and among which are the Lincoln Bank Building, Quthrle-CokApartments, Majestic Theater and the Belknap ' plant. Mr. Hoertz was active In State politics tor fourteen years, serving three terms In the House Oculists' Prescriptions. and two terms in the Senate. During his timo ho had numbered among his SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY friends the late Gov. Goebel and Proctor Knott. Ho was for many XZTOOBrOBATXD years President of tho St. Vincent de Paul Socioty anil a lifelong memFourth and Chestnut. ber of St. Mary Magdalene church, whose church building he erected. Mr. Hoertz Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Koerner Hoertz; two sons, William F. and Henry C. Hoertz, and six daughtors, Miss Minnie Hoertz, MIsa Margaret Hoertz, Mrs. Edgar W. Busath, Mrs. J. E. Hill, Mrs. D. J. Hennessey and Mrs. I "the finest n.the Lillian Cruise. His funeral was held Monday morning, with solemn requiem high mass, and tho large at tendance evidenced tho sorrow felt! 1 PR"V over his death. .- .....-.- .. PERFECT FITTING ... -,- .- . into eternal pest. . -.v Home Phone City 2383 . v"."".." y W rWaW EDW. A. AXMAN Fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woolen mills Order will make no reduction in prices; there will sure be a shortage. UP-STAI- V y TStflix VnSJ POPULAR PRICE TAILOR your STORE . Or-v- ar! o Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion City 8381 Engineering and Furnace Repairing Main 1950 wrlo" REALTY BUILDIXG wctraKirareffiffifflaMaaggffiKiaaBra fA 1 Weekly Savings Club STMT ONE HBBBBBBBBaWBBBBBWWH 2S222MPl9 &9afl9Hm?aj PiJd"VSBBWPSn BaBBaK??H8i South Louisville Bank THIS MtNTH WITH DSHflKQPD XTSS vxttjed TB8TBD QX.A8SBS THE PoBi-t- and Central Aveaae rxzoBM BKST SXXVXCa XSASOV- AXLB ly craft; Friendly In seeming, a foo In reality, Wiping her eyes while she inwardly laughed. Wo will remember when round us were lying Thousands of gallant men, wounded andn dead, Rebels on all sides our pathway defying "Down with Wo will remember her eham We who have witnessed her coward "neutrality" ANNOUNCEMENTS. DR. JOHN Deatgas Sb P. BECKER Mrs. Sarah O. Baron announces X the engagement of her daughter, ' MIsa Rnsn Huron, tn 'ErnpRt .T. AH- man, of Chicago. The wedding will take place this fall. xar. ana Mrs. iurnest Kettig announce tho engagement of their daughter, Miss Helen Bohne Kettig, to James J. Etherldge, Jr. The wedding will tako place October 27. INOTICEI I Shoup Optical Co. Hai Removed To Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jovrolry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theator Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. Home Phono, City 7804 Cumb, Phone, Wost Estimates Faratehed LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe OPTROMETRIST, land said. our rival" was all V Engaris-tocrac- y, PIPE WORKS Mechanical Air Engineers Work for HEATING & VENTDuATINGI 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUIBVILLB. KY. HaWBWBHBaBHBWaWSHHMBM 2B. 315 Stark. HaUdla. Third Floor Cheerful and jubilant over our fall; Mrs. William D. Tiusley, of St. Helping when treason would stifle Foartk aad Walaat Matthews, announces tho marriage 1'hoaeCity 1180 democracy, of her daughter, Miss Catherine E. a deaf ear to call. Shoes For Every Member ot the Kestler, to Henry Albrecht, of LouisFamily PRICES THE LOWEST Turning romember withLiberty's emoWe will lasting ville. The ceremony took place SatHomo Phone 3906 tion, urday morning at St. Frances of When her starved workmen were BOB JOHN gasping for breath, FEIGE & SON Rome church, tho Rev. Father John P. J. Lauder announces the engagement of his sister. Miss Anne Lauder, to Edward J. Wagner. The Wedding will take placo November $311 Guthrie St. 412-- W Speed Building. 4e444 THE Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J HAWES & HANNAN JTOR JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Ixrakrllle, Kj Established 1820 OFFICE OUTFITTERS PRINTER STATIONERS GLOBE SECURITY A. & LOAM CO Xaoorper&UA. Lazar, Manager Moaey Advanced oa Torn- - 818 West Jefforsoa Streak (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. Plata Kao Riddled with balls "neutral 'Eng Prea. land" had sent; Hut Maltm. C Jaoofef, Sea and Trea J. We will remember her laughing and winking, CO. L. GRAUMAN Feasting on board of Incorporated Trent. the Prompt and Efficient Service We will remember It when we are Scaler Xa AU XlmU of ttUm anl stronger, tor IHxtarM. Bolt. Cash City 3728 Main 1429 tars, how Case. OoaaUn, V When onnco again we stand safe and Basins, IK. erect; 309 STARKS BUILDING Her neutral mask shall shield Engbio tcms uxrat STJurar land no longer, Heme Phone. tr IS! By her foul deeds she'll know what to expect! Both Phones 2406 Harold Lincoln RIchtter. Fire and Liability While stores of grain we sent over the ocean Her ships came laden with weapons of death! Wo will remember the Keokuk sinking, FRED UNION MADE SHOES AND SUPPERS 431 BAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY H. Riley officiating. Mr. and Mrs. George Schoen announce the marriage of their daugh ter, Amelia, to John Bass, at St. Joseph's rectory, tho Rev. Father Dlo-me- HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS PARRAKEET Mineralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated officiating. DAVIS-ULRIO- FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 Insurance arch-traito- rs One hears much talk lately about starting a war with our delightful in UlutriW' caUbJ mimtmtitt4ttniMaU4k friend "Tho British Empire," but of 8KB POOLEY FOR MONBY. course no person wants war for gen' erations. The writer's family eml Loans to those having regular Ingrated Irom Ireland seventy-fiv- e comes or salary, with no publicity years back on account of the Intolr red tape. Loans to housekeepers erable conditions existing In that WM, P. BANNON n their personal security. country, three generations being F. R. POOLEY, flag. born PLASTERER Thank under tho American thought CONTRACTING the Lord for that. I Building, Katun 1, Courier-JournI would look up tho history of this 41S S. Fourth Street. BROOK AND BLOOM "perfectly friendly feeling," and I a poem which I enclose showCumb. S. 164 find the feeling existing in. the City 8380 ing STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES Northern part of our country at the NIGnT AND DAY. time ot the Civil War, and published In such an Important paper as HarGeneral Repair Work, Cleaning and per's Weekly. If there should be l'ousuing. Position in Catholic church as or- any friendship between us it certainKentucky-Indian- a Automotive Go. ganist. Familiar with church muBlc. ly did not exist when we needed a friend awful bad. Did not England Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 Address "Organist," this office. recognize tho Confederate States, receive their Ambassadors and advance thorn money, also fit out the com. merce raider Alabama and try to split up this great Republic all this mischief with the Intention ot destroying a peoples' government? I am trying to find where this "perfectly friendly feeling" exists; perhaps some of your readers can. InAL, S. SMITH, PROP. form me. To cap the climax: The first grea't ocean liner flying the American flag, the Panhandle State, left New York harbor on the 18th .andinst. Tho lirltlsh Government cabled her not to stop at certain seaports, in spite ot the fact that the 810. BOTH PHONES war was fought for freedom of the seas. She sailed regardless of the order, The Irish question SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST& Is more of a question of imperialism. If a people can. be ruled by tho.point of the bayonot, then the law of the savage cuts Jn "strong destroying ; I,i'i"l'''I',l,'tlH''H H the weak." My best Judgment is the world will not stand for this. Nature teaches the world a lesson Write far al CP.Buntt&Cs. IraU.Ky. REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Rcatllnger FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, Archibald B. Davis, Vice President ot the Citizens' Union National Bank, and Miss Ida Marie Ulrica, tho accomplished daughter of Mr. 230 WEST JEFFERSON and Mrs. Paul F. Ulrlch, 2001 West City 985 Mafn 113 Jefferson street, wore quietly mar ried at u:30 o'clock Monday morn ing at St: Charles Church rectory, Rev. Father Raffo performing the GLOBE TIRES . O fc ceremony. MIS3 Eleanora Ulrlch, sister of tho bride and J. H. Balrd, who has been Mr. Davis' assistant for many years, were the only attendants. The news came as a surprise to many of their friends, who tonder their hearty congratulations. After the ceremony tho happy couple left to spend ten days or two weeks at Frerich Lick and West Baden, and after their return will live at 1532 Rosewood avenue. . KT. Tafel Electric Co. LOUISVILLE ART GLASS 00. "LEADED" AND ORNAMENTAL ESTIMATES MADE GLASS IF DESIRED Metal Setting In Zinc, Copper and Brass Beveled Mirrors and Beveled Glass Telephone City 6998 KECO jBrqpaa & wttiswk H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. 406-7-- 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDG. BUITIIDAY SURPRISE. w WANTED. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director I Funeral Embalmeri .j.4.l.I.l.4. DOUGHERTY faai'ti & McELLIOTTi 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, r I Funeral Directors and Embalmers EtOXBT I CttaaV. M1m WW PHONBi.' XoaM Gtty MM . inMHIIIMMIMIMUHIIMHIMIIMimini Miss Helen Asman was given a then the world will settle down to WttMaaM, CASH PRICES PAH) fHGHEST Itoe ear. r ea mmkn at am the peace which we most need at pleasing surprise luncheon la honor IT. ear el 0 r auk ar atedltioa. of her thirteenth birthday anniver this time. Call Home Phone City 721; sary by her mother, Mrs. Bernard OWEN SULLIVAN. Cumb. Phone Main 721. Asman, Bardstown road. Covers were laid for Misses Helen Asman, LOUISVILLE RENDERINGI CO. LEGAL WAGE LAWS. Mary Virginia Miller, LOUIS SCHERRY Galveston, Legal minimum wage laws, high Virginia Golden, Anna Augusta DRY GOODS 'AND NOTIONS enough ultimately to make possible Rleder, Charlotte Watson, Mildred T. E. Yann Dairy Co. MADE tho necessary amount of saving to Kaitenbrun, Mary Katherlne RobertIncorporated protect the worker and his family son, Anna Killoran, Elizabeth WORK SHOES, PANTS,. OVERALLS against sickness, accidents, invalid- Thompson, Helen Ehrhart, Beatrice HOLDERS' SHOES SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 ity, unemployment and old age, Merker, Mary Patricia Asman, Mas SHOE REPAIRING Bhould meanwhile be provided by ter Henry Bernard Asman. Both Phones 4202 150 C SOUTH SEVENTH STREET the State through a levy on industry Between Hill and Shlpp BISHOP" WITn SCOUTS. assisted temporarily and to a small degree by the Government. These insurance laws should be so admin Fifteen troops ot Catholic Boy istered as not to invade tho individ- Scouts of Detroit. River Rouge and ual freedom of tho worker and his Royal Oak, hiked several miles Satfamily and should be considered a urday and went into camp at the necessary evil awaiting tho day when Stevens' farm until (Sunday evening. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET tho workera would have for them- Tho outstanding feature ot the ovent selves enough money to care for all waB the field mass celebrated Sun tho needs ot their families. day morning for the scouts and thoir friends by Right Rev. Bishop SCOTS FOLLOW IRISn. Michael J. Gallagher. The recent Illness of Rev. Francis Kelly, Na Scot- tlpnal Chaplain ot the American From London it is cabled a tish, vigilance society is being Legion, made it impossible 'for him CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871-- y i SOUS PHONE 8S on tho lines of the IrJsli to deliver the sermon as had been Society, and dials tesued the planned. statement: "As England bas sub mitted to be dominated by her tall- ANOTHER SUCCESS. end, Wales, it Is time we, too, should be yiglfcoits and F.urther success has been achieved with our Irish brethren Jn preserv- by Msgr. Francis C. Kelloy, of ing our Independent nationality. Chicago, in his recent mission to The time bee arrived w&ea we Europe. Lord Mllner, Colonial Seceho-ulrise la protest agaloet play- - retary, has telegraphed all British was so large And. unwieldy that his In k on the strmwi of a Wewh &arp colonies under control of the ColonWaVtra?ae?k'tt small head did not know what was under a Welsh, eoaduetor and. mas- ial Office to cease at onco expulsions going on at hl tall. His sise wm ter of ceremooiee wM4e we have our of prleeU and nuns ot German origin to play until next year, by which time the bo unwieldy that h,was put out of own historic hwinimftBto t. exiatence by smaller animals d on." negotiations instituted by .Msgr, wMiwr is the beat friend tKat ta Kelley are expected to be completed. LOOK OUT FOR THEM. Iriah have. The Irish r willing to reciprocate by having a gavaramant PICTURE COMPANY. of their choice elected by the will ot When It oaaaeki io pooita and the majority. When 'Merrle" Eng- poWnc rotaft nee abajr 'pet in, the An ?800,Qtf motion picture comland realises thla and puts the hang of K, look fox a mMlioa pany is being launched la New York amd "klboah" on the handful of "eUU-era- " ot. OetnoMo maid, oag, old, neu- with James Slevta, who brought the ,who are mostly planted forihat tral ana marotad. TWr veto and atican choirs to America, so Presi- purpose la the North ot Ireland, LOCMVILLM, anv a. tit-t- i are )deat and general manager. yv ' DEAD ANIMALS UNION 508-51- THOMAS KEEN AN Vlg-ttaa- ce VVttatVtVVVfclMlV FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Li&una ed J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! m KPiar Vinin mvtvvvtvtaAvvvVfcwvvwwvvviv.iv Xng-iM- tt Funeral L. D. BAX. Embalroer Director tU .'cj $L& K3B2ciraro:Bi? "V . - ixjat ajmikxoajb. . - - II Bu & -- . 1 .... ... .1 .1 A T&sK-- . ..,. -: J .V' 1 1 r?a.' & - V EVPLAIN TOME. VA &O AnJVHAL- - 1 krAAA ArAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAA AAAA AAA A: AAAAAAAy AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- l MACARO.I EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj K. K PBNDENNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. jfrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-) Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Male a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Uso All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BECKHAM AND" IRISH' SYMPATHY RESOLUTION. "f C C For tlio side and those who nurse the sick lies in tlio fact that you know tlio medicino prescribed by your doctor is prepared by druggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, being specialists in their work. Phono us any hour of tlio day or night. Wo will call for GREAT CONSOLATION . Phono City 4593 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phone City 4503 NlW AND SLIGHTLY Official Opinion of tlio Washington Press Bureau of Friends of -- - t i i USED CARS i Irish Freedom on Senator Beckham's Attitude. MoGrEIfcY DRUG STORE) SECOND AHD CHESTNUT City 355-3- 37 and deliver your wants. BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED OLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OP THE MOST RELIABLE DEALERS IN THE FALLS CITIES BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY k K K Incorporated ' Day and Night Service Main 0102 yAAAAAAAAAAAA-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH- t t WHEN NEED ' K OF ANYTHING IN t Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See the Recently Seaator Beckham wrote to a prominent citizen of h Louisville a denial of bis attitude, saying that ho only voted against the resolution of Irish sympathy In tlio Senate because it conflicted, as ho thought, with tho League of Nations treaty. Beckham's friends hero and throughout tlio Stat havo tried to advertise this Iottcr widely and counteract tho growing opposition to Beckham's candidacy. For tho benefit of Senator Beckham's friends and supporters and those who arc not the Kentucky Irish American submits tho following from tho official report of tlio Washington Press BurcaH of tho Friends of Irtoh Freedom: anti-Iris- i c e c 405 WEST BROADWAY LOUISVILLE AND JEPPERSONVILLE c c t c c e FRED ERHART ARCHITECT t c c c - THESE SENATORS VOTED CONSISTENTLY IRISH RESERVATIONS. t t AGAINST THE t ELECTRIC CLEANER Incorporated 333-33- NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Rogers Church Goods Co. XXOOBFOBATBD 120 S. Fourth, LonlaviUo, Ky. H.BOSSE$SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 LOUISVILLE, KY.I t t S BECKHAM, OF KENTUCKY. Caldor, of New York. Cummins, of Iowa. Koyes, of New Haven. FI, TORNADO CHSUJILTY BONDS - Ciiy Telcplmees j SOS Main 502 GOO 1$. BROADVeA ASK FOR ty Phone us for free CONFESS LOOTING. tinct sales companies which, have in trial on our 1920 model In your one way or another reaped great rehome. Tho walk out In ithe anthracite turns. Excessive capitalization of For the first time since the deWe repair any sewing machine. field In spite of the union officials tho mines and .high freight rates struction of towns and villages comFRED. C LOEMKER c has been so widespread and in ono are among the means used by the menced in Ireland and the looting of Tr rwk W"'' r 'M" "' '" tKf property of peoplo whose mines to continue field of such duration as to glvo owners of the prices from the con- the raided was practiced, an houses J. C. DORSEY & CO. wore getting high order FOURTH AND O STS rise ito the belief that the men may sumers and continue giving low has been issued stating that the PURE have a just cause for complaint. Its wages to the workers. City OOGO The rail Commander in Chief of the British Thirty-tw- o WHOLESOME Years Ought To Be Sufrecent extension, when the award roads and sales companies are doml military forces will visit lapses from 542 E. JEFFERSON ST REE1 My ficient Guarantee For of the commission was learned, has nated by a group of bankers center- - discipline, such as looting or retalSAFE. Knowledge and Integrity u.uubuv uut mauy nuaoia Buuat m& m J P Morgan & Co. and tho iation, with ithe soverest disciplinary minors .because otNat!oaal city Bank of Now York, measures. Tho order is In itself "1T If It's For Bale Give Mo a Call NOW IS TnE TIME TO HAVE the hard coal promise to abide by 'Last their previous spring when the Question of proof that the wholesale looting and YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR iuu ueiiisiuu ui im commission, hlehnr wiipm wnn hmnirht. lin. ihn Incendiarism carried on. by tho Brit FINE VARBLE vuDuv yj ni5 Itfrtwhf Md ttmrnti MaH Sckrtfictft TretM must be remembered, however, that mines raised tho price of coal one Ish forces has become notorious. Tho STHiT HAT RENOVATED REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER In common with most wage workers dollar per ton. Tho increase in letters of Archbishop GUmartln of Avoid tho rush by consulting us now In the United States, only a small wages given by Dr. Uriah Z. Utssy . Broadway, Harty of 112 So&lsvllla, Sy. the commission costs Tuam, of Archbtehop TRUST BLDG. 314 LOUISVILLE HAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING proportion of those engaged in an only fifty cents a ton. .Thus the Cashel, of Bishop Cohalaa of Cork, Chiropodist Conducted by ths.Xaverian Brothers. Both Phones thracite mining aro making a de- mine owners have mado during the and of Bishop Halllnan of Limerick, Classical, fcteseeW OUR SPECIALTY and ila&a'fcaBaaaaaaaaaaaeW Business 507 cent living. The contract miners, last six months fifty cents a ton had f urnlshed such irrefutable proofs Courses, Preparatory Department. Larse Starke NATIONAL HAT CLEANING who number 30 per cent, of tho an more than required to pay the wage of 'this deliberate policy of Incendiar- swimming' Fool, well Equipped Qym- MONDAYS ONLY thracite workers, aro perhaps the increases. Balldlui WORKS ism that mere denials by Dublin' Cas- n&slum. only ones who are making enough Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. SUITS DRY Bath PknsH tle and military headquarters has ALBERT SMITH, Prop. to support their families decently. CLEANED, ceased to impose on anyone either In KERRY PEOPLE TOLERANT 335 W. Market St. City 5101 Tho rest fall below tho mark to a PRESSED or out of Ireland. Home Phone, City 4300 greater or less degree, and oven the NEILL-L- A Comb. Phone, Main 3580-Rev. G. Browne, the Rectory, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S contract miners are not making as HOPE FOR ERIN. HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, THE VERY BEST Castlelsland, Ireland, writing to the much la proportion to tho cost of DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES living as they did before the war. Press, pays this tribute ito tho toler Son Franklin D. Roosevelt. Democratic MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET For October a year ago, Dr. Ryan ance of tho people of Kerry: "On Vlco Presidential candidate, Satur Dealers in In his latest edition of "A Living all occasions I bave found my Ro- day night concluded two days of INCOnPOBATKD City 6443; Main 2434 Wage" estimated that from Sl.400 man Catholic brethren, both, clergy campaigning In Connecticut, speakFalls City Cleaners and Dyers WALL PAPEE AND BUGS to $1,500 was the minimum for de- and laity, most courteous, kindly ing from the same stand that TheoMILL AND cent livelihood. Since that time the and considerate; and never, by dore Roosevelt used In his campaign FALLS CITY HALL BLDOM THE SHEPPAED MFG. 00. cost of living has gone up still far- word or deed, baa any intolerance speeches. FACTORY SUPPLIES SOFT DRINKS 1136-112- 8 In ithe course of his WEST MARKET ST. Incorporated ther and It is probable .that from on the score of religion been shown speech, while he was touching on $1,500 to $1,600 Is now the lowest either to myself or to any of my the League of Nations, someono callLADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 STEEL AND HtON WORKERS cost of decent living for a family of parishioners. Homo, City 4990 In fact my peoplo ed out: "What about Ireland?" Mr. Oumb., Main 490 During 1919 the - anthracite have often spoken, in glowing terms Roosevelt said that the Republican five. Dry Gleaned and Pressod. X612 WEST MAIN STREET fl.75 miners worked about 252- days. To Work Galled For and Delivered United States was the and nelghborliness charge Homo Phone, City 577 get $1,500 they would have to make of those kindness whom they live, and not on that the with Great Britain PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS among equality of ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Telephone City 2742 LOUISVILLE, KY. about $6 a day. Incorporated i myself had signal proof of In voting power In tho league "was LOUISVILLE GLEANERS & DYERS Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted In January, 1919, whoa the mines the good have Steam Forglngs and Firo Escapo feeling which, exists be a half truth, which is worse than a Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty wero working full time the Federal tween the different creeds. I am whole He." To his interrogator at 66S SOUTH SEVENTH ST. Apparatus Our Specialty EXPERT GLEANERS OF I.AT1THH" Department of Labor made an in sure that my in the this point ho said: "It is my dearest aoil WEST BROADWAY vestigation of wages in the anthra rest of the county can offer similar hope that in a short time Ireland AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING X. O A V 8 CALL US FOR cite industry. It found that only testimony. Kerry must have its will havo a voice In tho League'of APPAREL Oa Farnlture. Diamond and otlitr one class of workers was making as faults which of us has not? but Nations." NATIONAL HATTXR8 onal Property at lowtat Sates la City much as $6 a day. They were tho 32G WEST JEFFERSON STRHWT contract miners end they were mak- religious intolerance is not one of ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager feophe's PBOvxssarc OATIIELOa SCHOOLS. them." ABSOCIATIOK ing an average of $6.75 a- day If DYERS AND CLKANURS S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. they worked lull time. The rest of PRINCESS FOR ALL PURPOSES Incorporated A scholarly prelate once remarked ENTERS CONVENT. the adult workers made from $3,28 203 COLEMAN BUILDING CALL FOR AND DHUVHR that the growth of tho Catholic We Kentucky Consumers Oil Company " a day ito $5.56 with most of them Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, S. B. COR, THIRD AND JEFFERSON tho Princess Mario lAjdelaldo, former school system in" America was age. Keatacky Home Phone. City 1931 Louisville railing below 4ho $5 mark. These Grand Rabber aad Paper Stock Duchess of Luxembourg, will greatest religious fact of .the wero the amounts they would have sborly enter ithe Carmelite Convent Catholics expend annually nearly LOUISVILLE WASTE made had they worked all the availJOHN B. O'LHARY CO. Phone City 2154 f 60,000,000 for their schools. This able time except overtime. As a at Modena, Italy. Official announce- sum is sufficient to build one of the MATERIAL 00. is made by ment of her Hsaaquartera for matter of fact, the average actual the Bishop of Luxembourg, the great Cathedrals of Europe every THE ZERR CO. PIANO TUNER 8 WBST JKFFERSON ST. year. The ages of faith are not UTY AND FARM PROPBRTY earnings In the case of no class of capital of the Grand Duchy. In Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN workers came up to $6 a day. The her message Of abdication the Grand dead, Home Phone, City 1109 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Ses as about Anything la real average full-tim- e earnings of, the LOUISVTLLB - - - - KENTUCKY and her Ute. Wa sell, buy and rsat, contract miners would have been Duohess had already toklthem. ipsople Home Phone, City 8398 SOME NEW HEAS. The $1,697 a year; their average actual she would pray for 504 W. JBFFHRSON 8T. 3-Grand City 866 West 866 St. earnings wera $1,432 a year. They years Duchess is only twenty-si- x 811 building Soae Pbeas City 4464. Bustle draperies are'stlll a whim Matthews 67 old. Crescent 29-- L numbered 30 per cent, of the wage of fashion. & workers In the industry. The other Res., Shawnee 1863-- L X. A. Xrafp City 6910 Carved wood buttons appear on GfcM. S. Kzayp J. W. HESEAMP IHS NOT TO ASK WHY. 70 per cent, were in the $960 to smart sutts. Hom Phone, c5ty 708$ City Elevator and Warehouse BUILDER OF HEAVY THUflK $1,400 class, while most of the wage Co. Regtaeatol 33diarte had just Linen and plaited frills go very rates stood below $1,200 a year BODrae, closed cab and Hay, Grain and Feeds KRAPP'S MIAT MARKET Incorporated FORD BODIES A SPBCIALTY both as to full time earnings and been set up and tfce fumy CoJo&ei Well together. deaided &ai he nmet have a flagSome evening coiffures show Egyp- The Home of "Quality Feeds" earnings. ffholeaale and Retail actual TRANSPORTATION, GBKBRAL GENERAL tian influence. BLACKSMITH 1914 .to ,Aprll of this year staff. WORK From 9VXT, 2OXZ, 19C N. FOURTH ST. AND "O'Honl," be te4d tola orderly. TRUCKS FOR FI0NIC8 AND Veils with the fine French dot are the wages ef the contract miners AH Tdatin of Seka KHto Qalck Service and Qaality SIS N. FIFTEENTH ST. went up slightly less than 60 per "Go out and get me at tall pote most popular. "HAYRDDB PARTIM8" Gaaraateed tad." 23 BAST JBFFSB80H STRSBT cent. In the same time the cost of the tallest you Loops have-- become a trimming 1129 WMT MAIN STROBE per Ten minutes later O'Hara re- rnveh in demand, living west up more than 160 ST. MATTHEWS Oomplete Line of Serviceable. KENTUCKY cent Other hard coal workers have entered with a lanky aad embarSilk acarfa are being worn wtth JOHN B. WATHEN 8 OHO p per eeet. in rassed oempas4oa. awed more than 100 HbUiBLY BROS. 0BOB 8X0RM "Colonel," he eaoplaised, "there the sports costumes. wage during itbat time, but even M, Tiny oolorad beads are used to Open BrealBsjs Until Ntae O'Gleek raurrTUIUI MOVTNQ AND KUmU of Fottwaar JJI mttfa that increase they ua not get wtat a Pota la the owtftt over Ave Whole FMMUy eight, hut tMs gur a Ltth- - mamtdar georgette. enouKh for a decant livelihood. feet WHOLESALE TOBAOOOMIST 'Mnt The waistline at most evankig WM) the wortera have bean in iota mim. aaM mmtmm vou ac VJMBLTM MOTM W WMT MAIN 8XKHI ' aorfcody wHl hips. batUtva lomw is at.tba condition, tha anthracite Industry for. I 1916 Was 196 still graatlr la favar for Laea haw. lTlf LOUWYILUB OMU Mtf PortfwML has been ooauaetea or seven rati- - evar mU ttk ttffeaa,"ABSt-- 1 KSNTUOICT AND MAPLS MM. LOJftil WUUDUUM MAVUOm after am and evaotag. roads and eertaln ielttfamaly dia-- lean Legion waavfjky. Till NHJMJM?; Froa. EuBi KfVV., EWJNG'S DAIRY MINERS GET LOW WAGES. PRODUCTS -- $?;, t c c c c c t e Dial, of South Carolina. Dillingham, of Vermont. Edge, of New Jersey. Gay, of LoHkdaaa. Glass, of Virginia. Hale, of Maine, HARDING, OF OHIO. Jones, of New Mexico. Kellogg, of Minnesota, Kcnyon, of Iowa. King, of Utah. Lenroot, of Wisconsin. Pomcreao, of Ohio. Robinson, of Arkansas. Smithy of Gcoragla. Sterllag,ot Sottth Dakota. SwaBso&r of Virginia. Townsead, ef Michigan. Thomas, of California. Trammel, ef Florida, Wadsworth, of Newxork. Williams, of Mississippi. x e c Cleans by Air Alono. Phono Us For a Demonstration. BEST CHEW K- o t Childers Elect. Co. 5 Clty-135-M- Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE Bote Pkeae C. WEST MAIN ST. aln . Mil J. aCHNKmsii, JIL. Vnnsgr , t. t c t SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. Easy terms. oomrxsT ssaa MEAT MARKET tf BOOTH i. SCHNEIDER'S LOUISVILLB wnauouTK FIFTH STROBT - - - - KSTTVCKT n 70V!Z..TZX:t "iCORNS.BUNIONS College St. Xavier's - $1.25 Slfc"-BleiB- SS' A VIELLE EPPING'S HENRY GOSS Joseph HubbuchSr.& SUPPLY CO. Oil and Grease sr. - JOHN ASSENT &01-&0- dry well Vault cleaners realty Oscar Farmer Sons Sullivan Transfer viu An nuts . LSH OES Jtr J. BUCKNER Tn te't Spalding Shoe Co. ... ? i"51 What Are The Facts? (At Open Letter to tke Citizens of Louisville From James P. Barnes, President, Louisville Railway Co.) When you, Mr. Citizen, come to my effice some day, as I nope you will, to make suggestions as to your street car service, you will find this sign greeting you from the wall: large and general reduction in prices, for the reason that it to bet ter for profits to shutdown a plant or decrease production than to pro duce too many goods for the mar' ket. DEFEAT FORETOLD. Tho Kentucky Irish Araeri-ca- n is informed, that a wager of $l,f00 is offered that Senator Beckham will bo defeated in tho coming election, this proving tho old adago tliat "straws show wldch way tho Hero is an wind blows." fpr Beckham's opportunity friends who are not yet convinced that tho voters aro determined to bo rid of Beckham and tho comblno in Kentucky politics. naly-Bcckham s . J0Z f ffjp& mWmw9FfMtt 'Lilt li tfiP'tfff' JHja'iTTtf f ST7SMSMSjklKjr . . i ,lA?afc- WHAT ARE THE FACTS? That is my compass: It works this way: When I 'get yeur facts and you get my facts we can work together to solve our mutual problem justly, fairly and wisely. Silence breeds misunderstandings; frank exchange of opinions promotes agreement and cooperation. Since in carrying out this policy it is manifestly impossible for me to see each of you personally, I am forqed to talk to you through the press, the screen and the car cards. But remember, please, that the door is always open for a personal interview with any man who sincerely wishes to help me give Louisville the best passible street car service. When you know the facts, when you understand my problem and your problem, I am confident that you will work with me to make this vital service more and more efficient. CAN I COUNT ON YOU? RECENT DEATHS. Cottage Pudding brothers and three sisters. Funeral services wore held Wednesday morning at St. Patrick's church. John W. Scanlon, aged thirty-fiv- e, died Monday at his Ihomo, 1857 High street, loaving many who mourn his death. Surviving him are his mother, Mrs. Bridget Scanlon, widow of John E. Scanlon, and three -- A V. the best ever made with Mies LUllam MaYy Babey, twenty-fou- r years old, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Constantino Babey, 825 West Jefferson street, passed from this Ilfo Wednesday morning. She had a wldo circle of friends, and tho sad news of her death was received with much regret. Funeral services will be held this morning from St. Mary's church, Eighth and Cedar. Miss Mary A. Hanloy, elxty-elgyears old and a woman who had a wide circle of friends, passed peaceht JAMES P. BARNES. President Louisville Railway Company. ELECTRIC the solemn obsequies. Cream the butter: add gradually tho sugar and egg. Sift toTuesday night Death claimed Mrs. gether thoroughly tho Aristos Flour, baking powder and salt and Mary B. Walter, beloved wife of add alternately with the milk to tho first mixture. Bake in a Georgo . Walter, 716 East 'Jacob oven thirty-fiv- e minutes. Servo with vanilla or hard street. ISho was a devout member of St. Martin's church, from where strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries and any Juicy, crushed, sweetened fruits or jellies and preserves, can bo served tho funeral took place Friday morning. Besides her husband sfao leaves with this pudding. a son, Georgo Walter, Jr., and five daughters, Mrs. Otto Bennott, TRIFLING DECLINE. Rapp, Mrs. Albert Wiser and dminf 1 Vs? JOHN.H. SHINE & COMPANY Though the reduction of prices has Mrs. Albert Volch. all of Louisville, nil Eitry Sack pISTRIBUTORS perhaps started, it la too much to and Mrs. Joseph Geroux, Chicago. on My work is of tho most oxclu-siv- o expect very To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hancock coloring. according large general reductions, Is extended the sympathy of many COUPON kind of hand photo of the situaTo introduce my art I make tlds tion. Tho to observers prices of two friends, who recolved with deep sorThis coupon and $0.00 encut in tho offer. titles bearer to photo makes of cars, woolen cloth, co'tton, row tho news of the death of their to tho regular valuo of silk and lumber and tho small aver-ag- o little daughter, Patricia Ann Handecline. In wholesale prices prob- cock, on Monday night at their .homo 915.00. GOOD ONLY EOR TEN DAYS followably heralds a general reduction but In tho Welsslnger-Gaulber- t, ANXIETY IN ENGLAND. MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS. not a very large one. Somo months ing an Illness of two weeks. Funeral ago tho International silk market services were held Wednesday with Tho Associated Pross reports sharp was hit by the Japanese crisis and Interment In Cave Hill cometery. calls throughout England tor the more recently, after a prolonged The child Is survived by its parents Government to halt the "semi-ofn of woolen mills in New and its grandmother, Mrs. R. A. cial lynch law" and roprlsals now Hancock. Cuiub. Main 1405 England, woolen cloth suffered a deBLDQ. L 335-38- 7 being resorted to by the British By tho death of Bernard Schuck-macline. Henry Ford's spectacular cut e 400 South Thirty-eight- h In tho price ofjhls cars street, troops and police throughout Ire more eventful because of his probablg es- tho West End loses another of its land. A storm of criticism has been timate of tho future docllno of steel oldest and most respected residents. raised In the British press over the and his challenge to other business He is survived by his widow, Mrs. recent declaration of Gen. Sir Neville Supplies-Constructi- on Interests. Prices were advancing Josephine Schuckmann; three daugh- Macroady, commander of tho milizNooareauvMav for yoars before tho war almost ters, Miss Mary Josephine Schuck- tary forces in Ireland, made in an without interruption. Tho war mann, Mrs. George Rolgllng and Interview in which he was quoted as Bpeeded up the process in that it In- Mrs. Sidney Solomon, and two sons, Baying that tho reprisals wore not Universal Light and Power Installation. Bernard F. business cut ui luu House Wireing. Portable Lamps. creasedopportunitiesandof offered such mann. Tho and Frank L. Schuck- auvuaiuu ujf ttiijr that yuiiu situation great Lighting Fixtures. buying and tho funeral took place from Government, but 11 selling. Tho war heightened tho de- St. Columba's church, of which the might become such, if tho guerrilla Crystal Elsctrical Washing Machines. warfaro of tho Irish Republican mand for certain kinds of goods and deceased was one of tho first army continued, that reprisals would made tho demand peremptory. Govbo necessary, v ernments were doing tho, buying. Thoy wanted supplies and wanted Serious anxiety over tho recurSACRED ORGAN RECITAL. rence of the "Black and Tan" rethem at once. They had the money XNOORPOJU.no prisals In Ireland Is reflected by or could borrow it or print it or get On Sunday City 897 It by taxes and tbo owners of tho Miss Lillian afternoon, October 10, English newspapers, which sharply G28 WESTjJEFFERSON Trudoau, who ranks Meln 1800 supplies exacted much higher prices high in Louisville musical circles, call tor tho Government-thalt what than they normally recolved. will glvo a sacred organ recital at is described by the London Times 0 VOLT 11 PLATE 920.00 lynch law." Earlier Tho amount of money In circula- Sacred Heart church, Seventeenth as si 0 VOLT IS PLATE 933.00 tion increased far faster than the and Broadway. ISho will be assisted occurrences In Ireland passed with12 VOLT 7 PLATE ?30.00 We're Prepared te Do It Promptly volume of business transactions. by Mrs. Patrick O'Sulllvan and out much notice but recent raids, ' especially thoso on Balbrlggan and Prices went up and those who were Messrs. Harry Clarke and L. J, SJRjSjVV3JraEi23 F. O. B. Detroit Style. and in First-Clathe strongest took tho largest share Miss Trudeau has arranged Trim, and tho lukewarm criticism of That's All For Two Tears of the new stock of money. The a most excellent programme and will the "Black and Tan" police forces Tho only battery guaranteed uncondl' strongest parties In the transactions present a real musical treat. Tho by Gen. Sir Cecil F. Nevll Macready, military tionally for two years." Instead of "adjust- were those who owned and financed organ In this ch.urch Is one of tho causing commander of Ireland, are considerable disquietude. Holders of ment," you get a new battery, thus elimi- Industry and trade.owners of mort- finest In tho State. bonds, however, and Condemnation of recent disorders is nating all repair work. gages recolved a fixed rate of return not confined to newspapers which WEDDED TO TEXAN. You Can't Burn It Up You Can't and thus were kept from getting aro avowedly sympathizers with tho Overstrain It their share of tho new money. A News has been received of tho Irish nationalist movement, tho confew wage and salary workers In marriage servative Graphic, which is an un SERVICE AT CariU, BUI Heads, Letter special demand and able to tako ad- Frankfort, of Miss Anna Foley, of sparing critic of tho (Sinn Folners,' to Oscar C. Schendell, vantage of It gained somewhat, but Jr., of San Antonio. Miss Foley, declaring: Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. most of them were too weak to be who lias been 'In tho "This is not calm and orderly JusGovernment able "to keep even, with tho rising service for three years, recently had tice and punishment according to 425 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, ICY. Dance and Wedding InvitafsMis cost of living. Workers whose par- been making must bo stopped." her home In Jeffer3on-vlll- British ideas. Itithe ticular kind of labor was In very Charges that Government Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana but asked a transfer to the following tho methods of Its oppois a Specialty. great demand and organized workers Texas post. On her Main 699 or City 8226 arrival there nents aro made by the Times, which In very strong unions suffered least the marriage place. Sho is tho HOME PHONE 946. among those receiving wages and daughter of took and "Presumably there Is a Mr. Mrs. Michael continues: hope that Ireland will be ground to and some were even able to Foley, of Frankfort. salaries got relatively moro of the new docility between tho upper and money than they had of tho old. But nothor millstones. The Government ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S. It was that tho process should bo warned of tho harvest It could not go on forever. The same may reap." With tho return of tho Very Rev. 0X9 'WSOfS'jr OKBBN SVRHBT. level of prices and the same amount only samples of the sort J. A. Heenan, O. P., prior of St. of These aroappearing in the press of of business could not bo continued. criticism Louis Bertrand church, .and for the Tou Blip thorn In and slip The chief reason now why prlces-nr- o The various shades of opinion. them out. declining Is that tho people are fall and winter months the last mass Archbishop of Canterbury has issuod will bo a (high mas3, commencing at an appeal to gas or coal In turn Burn either unable 'or unwilling to pay the Christians to make na 10:30 a. m. The vesper service will tional troubles tho subject of prayer. about. oxorbintant prices demanded for bo resumed In tho afternoon at 3:30. "Endeavors on either sido In Ire Oods. Either their wages and sal under direction of land," ho declares, "have been aries aro not large enough to allow The choir, Harlg, tho hogun G. HEARTICK rehearhas . them to buy, or if they have enough Mrs. Fred by projudlco, mOamed by HSk r especially for thwarted flouted money thew prefer to do without sals of new music, and EA8TNBR0ADWAY Rosary Sunday and St. Louis Ber- passion travestied; or powerless, men 015 certain kinds of goods at tho preliberty while capable trand day. vailing prices. are striving eagorly but vainly to City 2181 Main 2033 The manufacturer and" traders find a reasonablo pathway through FORTY HOURS' PRAYErt. are thus placed in a peculiar posithe darkening turmoil." tion. They want to make the highTho standing committee of tho For next week in this city tho Irish peace conference has adopted est not profit. If tho prices aro too high to allow them to sell $he same Forty Hours' Prayer has been desig- a resolution recording Its conviction amount of goods as before, to keep nated for St." Frances of Rome that the reprisals "constitute an alpOUBLE-DAR- K up their profits they can limit the church. The services will open to- most Insuperablo barrier to the suc goods for sale. Or they morrow morning wlfh solemn high cess of tho committee's efforts in the amount of can cut prices a trifle and thus by. mass and exposition and will con- cause of peace." -Leaves The stimulating sales keep Intact their tinue until Tuesday. Rev. John Meanwhile, reports from Ireland rate of profits. In somo industries Riley, the pastor, will direct the tell of numerous threats of further lowor production will help to keep beautiful devotions, and will be reprisals, circulated verbally or by INCORPORATED up profits. The American Woolen by a number of priests from posters. Warnings aro alleged to Company closed down for a time our city churches. have been given several towns in iiOorisvxxbs; kentuoky. PHON CITY 3767 619 W.BROADWAY with thl end in view. Sometimes a West Claro that they ould bo buwrn-eAlso Makers of Oertcla Dark and Oertels Light. combination of slightly lower prices CATHOLIC UNION MEETING. and less production will give the It is explained thpro aro two highest possible rate of profits. In The postponed meeting of the forces called "black and tan." One HARVEY-JELLIC- O general the probability now is that Young Men's Catholic Union has Is composed of English recruits and ! we will have a decline of emnlov- - been set for October 16 and 17, ac- the other largely consists of demobr. vnVn, A., fiW nvC HI ffHAw pBent, a small decline in prices, or a cording to an announcement of the ilised array offlcors who were enor both with some Board of Directors of that organiza- gaged to arrange tor the defense of (iHooxroiuraD) comDination products retaining .their present sell- tion. The meeting, as originally threatened barracks In disturbed dising prices. The owners of industry planned, will be held atHotel tricts In Ireland. Both) wear mixed Service. The Company With the Ceal a&d and the traders have aocuatomsd CKy. in uniform of khaki and black, owing to a shortage In full uniform. Yard located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and. A. themselves to a certain rate of prof-ItTJwy have grown In strength Sawer aai Calrart fijie, . do not dispose which element FORM COX CLUB. Yard and Kleyator, Fope and Payne Streeta. uuriag ine iat nvs years. They, has been responsible for raids. laaBM'a Fataat Lliaea Flya far StMm CaaaalU, All Sards." Ttotk Phones at hivib hmuj cuairoi pricoa now inan A Club has been Wall Cf i, Braim Tilt, Yltrlia Brick, before the war. They will use what- formed at Notre Dame University, INSULT AMKRIOAN BISHOP yira Fraaf atf, Flaa Xlala', Fire Brick ever method are at .hand to keep and it la planned to get a number Cunb. Fhow, Mala 9122 Hmm Psoas, City 2720 their war rate of profit. .Some of of State and possibly national candi Grata an Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Ckiaaay Taj. Recently the Great Southern Hotel HOT AND COLD WATKR them have even tamed a sraaft dates io speax swore new at Killarnfty wu seised by. the mili amount oi mock so a" to' prepare OFFICE S3 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Right Rev. Dr. Cantwell, Mark Storm, Lexington, tary. $he!r books, tor an amount st re- Ind., was alaetad Prcaidaat; James UUhnn nf Tu Anvalaa. wlin Wlia MAIN S07. PHONE CITY turn slmHar to the war amount. X. Murphy, Bridgeport, Oonn.. Vie Alivlner ftiara. wftfl nrriorajl n laavft BY DAY, WOK OR MOOTS This mean that nrieae will not de- President; John HMDarnan, Akron, KilM RMA80NABLX The glass in a lamp in front, of 'the WORS-TUrta- tli aa,BrMkIrM h4 NUtk awil MmIU. cline very far. WMaMtraad 111 POUT TMJXD STUOT, Bt. Market aajl Mais Ohio, 0Mrtary; -- and J, R. Ciryn, notwt wm Musrva or iruin an be axpaetod before a MottM, Hi., TNaamwrA a aoldler'a rtfla. mod-jera- to d sauce-Crushe- What Are the Facts? hand-colorin- home, 334 Stlne Court. 'She is survived by two sistors, Misses Katlo and' Maggie Hanley. with whom she lived. Her funeral took place Friday morning from St. Paul's church, Rev. Eugene Donohoo conducting fully away Tuesday night at her cup butter cup sugar 1 egg (well beaten) 1 cup milk R I ST 05 rLUUK COTTAGE PUDDING RECIPE 2 cups Aristos Flour 1 rounding teaspoons baking powder teaspoons salt Bring This Coupon With You g Mrs-Joh- n r 1 mm Trade-Mar- k ' DON'T FORGET THAT MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS COURIER-JOURNA- fi shut-dow- GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME THE n, ls-th- IS OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS," SPECIALTY COMPANY o WE WANT YOUR WORK w tMM1 Hca, 1 "soml-officl- al Fltz-maye- r. i PRINTING' GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. o, Franklin Gas Burner fore-ordain- ed KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ..a 1MM DRINK -- TH0S. J. BROCAR f lERTELN THB OBRTH)lV OO. Drink that Automobile Repairing Tubes Accessories Tires COAL CO. tht a Pleasant Memory aa-slst- d. Van-derb- llt New-Yo- rk P. BANNON PIPE CO. s. Dls-pach- es Cot-Roosev- QI BtON HOTEL te organ-tattio- n. aam-plorm- w. .MtMeieeieiaiaiiaaeeiiemaMMisji &sitai5L,i-- .iC A Lk l t'M jfejEOrxAiao:Kr!ir vtitfH-frtj-, ijfti&sx jMO&mxojLr. FAVOR UNION. ,s Members of the Columbia Athletic Viscount (Jroy. formor AmbassaTho annual lawn fete and fall festival In. aid of tho Church of Our dor tolthe United States, in a letter Club and the Columbia Aid Society 1 Lady, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd avenue, to the Westminster Gazette cm Wed- have voted favorably upon tho proof which tho Itcv. Martin O'Connor nesday puts forward new" proposals posed consolidation, which It ds is the zealous pastor, will bo held tor tho solution of. the IrlaJi prob- thought will glvo added strength to this year on Monday and Tuesday, lem. He declares the present home this nroerenqlvA oluh. Tn Ardor n October 11 aqd 12, on 4ho church rule bill is not accepted by anyone, perfect tffo consolidation it is neces- We Qirc aft. R4mib Qeld Trading Stamii. sAry that tho club's articles of grounds. Tho good people of the 1 INCORPORATED Tho only praqtlcablo policy that corporation bo amended, and to that parish have been for some time hard ' W Give and Redeem 5urety Coupe'ne. at work in preparation for the event, offers aby prospects of success seems end a meeting of tho stockholders and from present indications-- , are to mo to havo three cardinal points: will lie held Monday, October 18) hopeful that their exertions shall bo ' "First, a definite announcement following tho regular club meoting, ?o&7 crowned with wonderful success, that for", these two islands, o Great at Which tho entire matter will be Variod amusements and attractions Britain and Ireland there can be fully discussed and final action will bo presented each afternoon and only one foreign policy, one army taken to complete tho consolidation, ovoning, and tho ladles will serve a, and ononavy, and that we can not .This will provldo a workable sick meal that anyone would enjoy. This sianii separation. In these matters benefit for all members and add to' promises to bo the big fete of the any more than the North could the good work now being done and stand tho separation of the South in to its ever Increasing popularity, and . scaso: will furthor mark tho foresight of tho United States. "Second, with this exception IrishIIASEBALL PINAliK. resident Bruoggeman and "Secretary must A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing! The 0120 baseball eeason of tbo men grea be free as the peopled of Hettinger. the dominions SPECIAL DEVOTIONS. Household Requirements on Deferred American Association closes hero to- to settle for themselves how their morrow with the game botween Mil- country is to be governed. Payments, Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock waukee and LoulsvLllo. and another "Thirds to give time for them to NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT i ,biK Sunday crowd ia expected out to come to agreement with each other special services In honor, of the cheer Managor Joe McCarthy ana ms and draw up their own scheme, tho Blessed virgin will be held at the Miffing feature ef tide method are The boys for tbe gallant struggle they British Govern'ment will contlnuo to Sacred Heart Retreat. There will bo about tho p arch-s- ea without aajr have made In the past month. In perform as best It can. tho function a Rosary procession i He sixth place Just four weeks ago, tho of government In Ireland for a po--i grounds, followed by a sermon on outlay of cash. The advantage of Colonels began battling, mowing the rlod not to exceed two years, but at 'the Blessed Lady and benediction contendors down ono by pne, tho ond of that period, or sooner If, The reverend fathers aro also mak baying ea the dab Flaa daring ear rarlou sales and for tho past ten days was a dan- Ireland Is ready. It will withdraw, Ing preparatory arrangements for gerous contondor for .second place. arranging itself, If need bo, fair tho solemn triduuni to be liold OcAT SA LB PRICKS. Whatever la the price of the This spurt ,has more than pleased the terms for retiring the constabulary tober 17, 18 and 19 In honor of St. fans, tho Sunday crowds of the past and others who havo served It, and Gabriel, the Passlonist student who goods te a cash or a charge rastoer, that Is also ll two weeks being record breakers, all responsibility for Irish Government was canonized this year. Tho easterner. the price to a Heaseaeld Olab Flaa bo on tho Irishmen themselves, eral public will bo welcome at these rejoicing that tbo club is to finish To Go With Confirmation Suits, "In no other way," continues services in the first division, and has a nuThere is positively ae adraaoe. Lord Grey;, "can .wo bring home to cleus of a good team for next VETERANS ENROLLLED. Irlshmonlhat sense of responsibility There are ae "eeafldeatita of which Vo have for centuries deeoadacted apoa aa opea basis with a fixed It Tho Knights of Columbus free prived or relieved them and the lack ANNUAL! SOCIAL. of which Is, I believe, tho deepest night schools had an auspicious scaedale e rates. The first payment aad the Tho ladles of tho Cathedral parish underlying caps of Irish troubles, opening Monday night at St. Xavier's " Monthly paymeats are the same to all. will give their annual fall social and of Irish disunion and of the failure College and St. Augustine's church, New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' j festival in Cathedral Hall, 443 South of overy attenipt hitherto made to when approximately 500 former serFifth streot, on Wednesday and Hnd a solutl(fri"of tho Irish prob- vice men were enrolled. Duo to the ARE Q1VEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS First Communion and Confirmation v - rwvw , largo enrollment In tho commercial $ SURETY COUPONS Thursday, October and 7, both af- lem." dw Lord Grey - begins hla letter with and automobile, classes, it may be ternoon and night. Tho ladles have spared no effort to make this affair the assertion- "The government of necessary to establish a separate an Attractive one, and tho many ireiana nas never peon such a re branch school for Instruction la au- friends of tho Cathedral are assured nroach and discredit to Brltlsh tomobllo mechanism. From Thomas Both Phones 1323 Auto Deliver; Ml D. Cllnes, Director of Educational a warm welcomo and an enjoyable statesmanship as it Is today." Activities, wo learn that a number you going? time. Are of applicants desire musical trainWILL NOT BE SOLD. ing, but It has not been decided FOR FEAST DAY. 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Honest Ilnniilrtlfcflns. n wnll nn whether such a course will bo of- Roglstratlon work wlll con- Frescoing of tho Interior of St. Domoernts. TinVA nt hnnrt tlinf thov'fered HIGH GRADE COFFEE I Cecilia's church, which has been go- will not be soldjnto slavery; that,tlnuo unt11 further instructions aro That is what you think when you see the well-to-d1 J- ing on all summer, Is almost com- each of us gets a home, a castle, ruveu iroiu mo jvnigniaoi vium limniiaino.. And U:. W.U .....,.,..-- -Coffee lb ma 400 to OOs miD aaiu dv iu pleted, and presents a handsomo ap- though over so ..humble, where hciuua uucaqonm uureau, uiucago Tea, lb ..80c to $1.25 pearance. Of lato Gov. Two handsomo water may llvo In peaco. it is pretty soft. Coco, lb 40e PLANNTNG MANY FEATURES. fonts have al&o been Installed, and a Cox has exposed "the money 'diggers Baking Powder 30c to COe concrete walk all around 4ho outyou ever consider the rough road he traveled Extract, portnbo But did St. Helena's 30e Club Is side ovor the school is contemplated. tho danger harmless If the people PieFillW 25J hv fnnfh nnrt planning many features for tho fall to reach the easy place? ; Father Craney, the pastor, hopes to will honestly Eg Mitt (20 eggs f or 20) 25e havo all finished by St. Cecilia's day. not by mere feelings.' And not onlyinnd winter months. Tho first social of lato, but previously, 'tho' people' uvtjuiiiB ui iuo season win ue neia j; areful, persistent restriction of expenditures to less wore about to be reduced to slavery, Monday, September 27, at PresentaDAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. In view of the following facts: "In tion Audultorium. .Father PhtllberL !: than income and depositing the difference in a Sav- meeting; this country tho rich 2 per cont. of O. V. M., will speak and tho New Tho regular ; ings Account is the answer. uu 2,1" louuei: uu mo people, own ou per cont. or tpo """ of Louisville Circle, Li R nr . tortalnlnc numbers. The annual re- nronin,. Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. Start a Savings Account with us today. afternoon nt 3 o'clock In Knights of, the people own 5 per cent, of the JjSft1" Ae'a St. Bonlfaco n church. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a w"'b. Daniel. O. F. M.. will con Columbus Hall. All members are wealth; tho Middle claim, 33 per Father S,eM, of tho people, own 35 p6r cpnt t. of more than $i3,ooo,ooo, is tho monument of confidence built by th. expected to be present, as the the retreat. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative ness to ho transacted wU be of of tho wealth." Report of the Com duct bank. In October a lecture will be Later mission on Industrial Relations. Why given much Interest. y Mrs. Joyce Kilmer under did this condition (not theory) fliap- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND pon to the people or tho United tho, auspices of the club. A gymColumbia Building Feurth and Main. FOURTH DEGREE. States? Because "money diggers for nasium class is being organized and those Intending to Join should regisTbe OldestTrust Company In the Souths Tho forthcoming exemplification tho slush fund" made it possible for ter at tho meeting next Monday GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY of the fourth degree of th& Knights-o- a few profiteers to amass the wealth night. of the country Columbus on. Landing day. Octo Republicans apd by Iniquitous laws. you Domocrats, It ber 12, ts' expected to.be tho largest soil yoursolves PRI5IARY FEATURE 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. into slavery, by not ovor ueiu Jii iuwa uuu win uu iuu letting yourselves hJ guided by your greatest eoclal 6vent amoHg Cathd-Uc- s Try Our Heme Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Ono of tho outstanding features of ever held Jn Des1 Moines. Lee "J". honesty, you ought fo be treated as the recent primary in Georgia is the r Best of Confectieas. Dougherty, of Davenport, Master of slaves. election of J. T. Vocolle, a Catholic REV. A. REINHART. Phoue City 657 the fourth degree in Iowa, says there ana a Fourth Dogreo Knight of X!p PhHe THr Order Louisville- Sept. 3t8r r. will bo at least 500 lalUatedr which lUmbnsT ttr tho" leglalaturo frdm will bo tho banner class for Iowa. " Camden county. Vocelle, who Is 326-2- 6 STUDENT.MISSION IjILVGUE. City 1707 only twenty-threand therefore perSARTO CLUB MEETS. representative-elecThe American Catholic Students' haps the youngest largest majorityt, received tho Tho Sarto Literary Club, a leading" 7T Sacred of any man on tho county ticket. New Albany social organization, met U motto, "Tho WOTld for him was CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO for the Opposition to the usual mainly antlWodnosday evening at tho homo of Heart, tho Sacred Heart uatnouc and lot of misMiss Graco Herley, Shelby Placo. A world," is dedicated to the" Sacred statements about Catholics and tho CHESTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT very Interesting literary programme Heart, under the patronage of the K. of O. oath woro circulated and Eighteen Cents, Two fer Thlrty-Iiv- o Conception and St. printed was presented and the ovoning was Immaculate in -- UOKY STRIKES Francis Xavler. Its purpose is to him with the effort to discredit SWEET CAPORAL greatly enjoyed by those present the voters. There are AT LOWEST PRICES. awaken and maintain the foreign but a few Catholics $1.70 Per Carton. in the county, mission spirit In tho youth of Amer PRAY FOR THE DEAD. smd ica. This league was not planned to which is in the far southeast of the AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES supplant any existing association or State. L.ace Prayer for the dead prolongs the society, but to work sldo by side INCOHORTD BISHOP GRDIES SdHiS. tenderest affections beyond tho with any the Society for the ProPreston and Jefferson 213 West Jefferson gloom of tho grave. Jt infuses the pagation of the Faith, tho Holy With tho earnest prayers of his Inspiring hopo that the assistance Childhood Association, or any other. people for his safe return, tho Right which we on earth can afford to our was not, is not intended to sufforlng brethren will bo amply re- It place of these, but to create take Rer. John Grimes, Bishop of Syratho new cuse, paid when they havo reached tho Interest In missions. sailed Wednesday on the Every good 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. placo of rest, and make of them work of this "sort, every Catholic French liner La Patrie for a visit to tho Holy Father and a tour of tho friends when we in turn shall fall, work of this begin receiving us into the everlasting the children kind must aro thowith principal points of interest in futhey since mansions. Cardinal Wiseman, ture men and women of the church. Europo. He takes with him to (Incorporated) "THE OLD ARMORY" ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF Nothing had yet been found that Rome tho largest Peter's Pence ever contributed by the Catholics of the SACRED HEART RETREAT. really made the missions llvo to SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Father Xavlor Sutton, C. P., accomplish this. It has dono so. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED INCORPORATED NEW ALBANY. known In tho Western and This league Is In successful operaSKMAL ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CIS. ALL MEN IK CHARGE EXPERIENCES. Is now In Iowa, whore ho tion In several dioceses, and any inStates, Now Albany Council, K. of C, Is Is giving a series of missions in dif formation desired may bo Becured by 800-IHONi5-M- ai. IO-- O Raphael writing Rev, John J. Dunn, 462 arranging for some big entertainferent towns. Father ment In celebration of Columbus Grasshof, C. P., has returned to Sa Madison avenue, Now York City. day, October 12. Tho exercises will SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AWD MILIiTVOIlK. cred Heart Retreat from St. Joseph, be interesting and patriotic and the Louisville, K,. Mo., wboro he has just concluded a BrookandASts. SHOULD GO HUNGRY. O'Donnells will furnish the musical successful mission. programme. Seven hundred visitors arrived at SEEK NEW HOJIE. the Saint Bernard Monastory In -PRIESTS ENTER SERVICE. -Switzerland In ono day recently, FLOORING LATHES SHINGLES Mullaty, ono of the most of them In costly motor cars William F. It was announced last week that best landscnpo gardeners In Jeffer- or hlrod tarlcabs, and asked the tho following five New York priests county, accompanied by his charitable monks for refreshment. aro chaplains: son Revs. James P. Hear-owife and child, leaves tomorrow for There woro many Americans and Thomas Conboy, Joseph Abbott, a Englishmen among them. It has Los Angeles, where he will find McKenna and Georgo larcer and more remunerative field been tho custom of tho monks for ThomasTho first four served as chapJVCUWQmATMOL for his work. Whllo a resident of many centuries never to demand any lains in the recent war and itho fifth li to 0 J. SrokiKM! Braaca Tar aaa Kwltefe, X.efta ft tt. Otfh. this city he made a legion of friends payment for hospitality, the depart- has beon stationed at Highland Falls, who wish him success in his new ing guests depositing in a collection which takes In West Point Academy, "home. box at tho entrance of tho monastery for sevoral years. They twhatever amount they wish as a ed for flvo years. Tho havo enlist; recent voluntary offering. The monks re CATHOLIC ALUMNAE. to increase the army is mak- 1 4iTrvrrTT vnm m xtrtvotra uiun - it npCessary for more priests to ceiveu uiq you visitors. 10 nomnComplete arrangements have been they supplied a warm supper, in- - enUr the service as chaplains, TO HAT IN A convep-tlo- n eluding wine, while come of them made for the fourth biennial of the International Federation electing to remain there for tho FUNERAL OP VETERAN. of Catholic Alumnae, and this great night wero provided with beds. Tho guests having dopartod next mornand notable gathering of educated Incorporated Funeral services for Edmund 1813 Catholic womon of the United States ing, tho treasurer monk opened tho Cayo, veteran of, tho Civil War and a titxtp! Tinrraw nv nrTAT.Tir& iwn nTTArrPTTV gate, He found retired steamboatman, who died and Canada will confer In business collection box at tho Variety of not Dishes. Pastry. Home Made Pies, Cakes, Meats and social sessions at tho headquar- fifteen francs In It. Tuesday afternoon at his home, 328 ters of the convention, tho Now HoVlncennes street, New Albany, were EXCELLENT OOFFBE NOTRE DAME. tel Brunswick, Boston, Mass., from held Friday morning at Holy Trinity SIB SOUTH FIFTH STREET 661 SOUTH FOURTH STREET October 8 to 12. church, Burial was at Falrvlew Near Broadway Ia Middle of Square Thomas J- - Molanthy, Vice Consul cemetery. of tho United States at Santiago, LEGION STATE CHAPLAIN, Chile, and Dr. C. 11. McCullougb, SUMMER SCHOOL CLOSES. ALL At tho annual convention of the nominee for Oovernor of Indiana, Minnesota State Department of the wero members of a party of twelvo With Its tenth week, tho Cliff VV American-- Loglon, held In Duluth, who mado a visit to Notro Dame Haven Catholic Summer School of Your Coat, Draaa Tho former, America ended Its twenty-nint- h sesRov. William J. Harrington, of St. University last weelc. Luke's chuich, SL Paul, was unani- who Is also manager of tho Valpar sion, Undoubtedly the season baa PLlABIMa INDIVIDUALITT g mously elected State Chaplain Qf the aiso branch of the United States been, from whatever Steel Corporation, told the scnifir nolnt it Is viewed. Never were de W-Fbere work U Legles. Ike students in foreign commerce of the mands for accommodations eo Indose) fcSMt fprelgn trade in sistent, and although nearly 3,000 HfCORFORATBD advantages for HtELAND'S TROUBLES. Where eookkur work u (he tact guests havo been there, It was neces- Where Chile. He told them of real ligkteett The following summary of Eng needed in the doallngs.8nd empha sary to turn away hundreds, simply Phones 81M, Mala er City lish oppression In Ireland SOUTH FOURTH AVMNUH Where ba g gfaree furnish- sized the fact that tho opportunities for lack of room. Well might one Where wJ prophesy imraenso expansion for light ed by a reader to tbe Chleago News were great. Cliff Hayen within a very brief time. Where tbe Mage s "Victoria ascended tho Letter; Where drade to wrt 1901. right throne. In 1837 and died 1n forty- POUND NW RBMRDY. PRAYS POR PEACK. During her reign she signed tfc where That's Tht'e whre tbe acts, -- urjfig nw MYen coercion 'Qatek Heal" eeH INOOiUOXA.T0 uQlek Meal" TJte Archbishop of St. Andrews, 850,000 Irish people were, reign ta 1 Irlh "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," evictd: .000.09fl "were exited. wo and 'wag tired p llr had ratlgo Scotland, hao ordered publica prayers, In InatmUtA aad Highly Reeemat-- -rhumattau Naturopath Dr. throaghoatvth dloceee tor epeedy men and ehlklrra Qalek Meal Mt Market ttrwt, irmlnatlon ef the etruggla btwen "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." 1S46 th populatloa t IrUuMl "a A. Low, JJ4 pa wwdwf ul. Main 1481, -Britain and Ireland, aod for S, 100,600; ia 188r 4,8S,W Ad T Both Phones 315. of a Jut saa by Slfc'Guthrie Street. ehii, 4 Srttfc wht-mt- h the M wmttuw Lawiw fU &Mtor -- ekhan utrMt. J, a f Saal. mliMmmt ot th Umtf. tMf opynwakw, Awt, MORROW, . J. AJVIf BAUONasu i t r rttf Tf't''ft"'ii mw FALL LAWN FETE. VISCOUNT GREY'S 'SOLUTION. 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