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AMERICAN n. numerous and well-organiz- HYety Driver b Vtott- - (600 ur t. VOLUME XLV.-N- O, LOUISVILLE, 3A" Y OCTOBER 9, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ? J I 0 rgMreit ever negroes.' In the . Teeth nardfjalonV 2,7.6ft ..negro , worafea. registered, with 'O. 'O. p. With a l the reglBiratton'jrtowlag the .negro men. afed wajn;far?la? front In the i.7". Republican ranks then'came the anMaking Galas TlmwahpiJ tho Coaa-- nouncement ofa .negro' candidate tor "the Boards of Education and the negroes make no secret that they Sdr&ararar. -- v l JS1" will vote for him singly while the Worried. whltes'a're splitting their vote. Wil.Sfc son Lovett is the colored nominee, ' and the neproes claim that he will Ballyhoo beat the""w,hlte woman "In November, 'Howdy, Ed"'- :Mi8w' FHrtliermoVojtljey' bavo served iiok Oration Provefropular "WHIl . tico on the Republican machine leaders that their 'Republican broth- - ?CoWroi K4fHlUcas. ers must also vot for Iovctt or (hero will' be trouble' in tho ranks. TJhus in'ded has the negro come into" KcpHllca'asftieW Into Their his owa, and Tobe. Hert,, .Ches Negro Searcy- ad Matt Chilton must "hqw consult the negto leaders In the Owb and .Assume uuarge or .management ot the party affairs. Republican J?arty. .Long ago the negroes in Louisville ceased to have any regard for the. police foisted on ,us by, this Re- '. .'rarSTOIfBRS .iWfD 'IJBGROBS? and the Keystone police in their unl form are regarded . Jttflt about as r nl'uch as meieeagw baya .In unlfora. : v.4 The colored newspaper here remark' ,' satlsfac nanert from all parts', of the jed "that Uiese .nollco were proof country point to V, steady gala '"for tory to tlw Tne'groes and as not. of liau that sausiaeuon ,tiiey itave GOV. "JOX, tne uemoci auo jrr auou-i- il to kill any ot tho present police "rfnmtiiee. force.1' Here Is a little Incident that' nd at shows, how the Keystoners are In reception fleto Jiasl other places lnh'eTttate the ..past. .structed to cater to ihalr brother two days BhOwsthate Hi proving, a Republicans and sisters. Tuesday a d Main street car stopped campaigner. suecefcetulv Jhe and Main to take la fnnr nniiarA on every Is at. Twenty-fourtttiaf. ijrnbt' 'p Wfdotfeoraodg on a load of. negro: tobacco workers. sue ing on any;ot tho Important ,'ques-- . A Keystone. coprhosp numbor was vfinntrigr hlattorf-- Jh tho two 'hundred and seyentles, Ubns 6t tKe day-ithe, two flgn'rea, beng 27, tho strenginrBlderabl lMnBv.i.a.vt tast .first cuscerniDie, looKoa srounu, H not pibHcaair have become y Weir tactics. m (hen got up and gavo liis scat in tho sbowri moneyed Interesls nave been f.orqNl car to tho negro women tobacco to pony up and tho T. O. P." leaders workers. The' crowd 6f negroes' left are flooding the country with, cam- tjie. car at Thirteenth street, but, all paign fcoodle In an effort to stop 'the Beats wore still taken, the Keystone trend ot sentiment to Cor. Stents con' securing his 'again. .Two white of tho Republican boodlo 'fund are ladlcsjboardcd tho cai; and stood preceding Gotf. Xox on his tour and lust behind .tko'near nolfteman. He 6iMivo'rInK' to trent all .available looked aroaail, Mt- itaw'aTtw:eiWhlto' III largo audiences halls'to prevent DemoSratlc truthful, incident and caa be vouched from hearing the Irlgkt Is for. indicatlon'-o- t Speaking the tbat. tljey are trying to shoot a lit- Keystoners, of tho troubles.-o- f Chief that tle" "pep"' into bid Senator Harding Pettv micht itto seems .a tralnlne have and bring him out or the porch for the. chauffeur4tlfyrthe w.kiu chair Verv now and then to Bchool mwerxars inai rB.jRrouHu rousat; enthusiasm. But tho choice. many the town and TlncIdentaHyrife "Mp ot t little group or oia rossmtt .enormous gasoline tax dims of arouj SMiatora Is payers. But on top of that the the m'ch enthusiasm and on and conductors who mastheir sole eaas are falling back adj of.beatteg Gov. Cov, aad that querade as police have an awful Is Cwith'the brggest money barrel n time with the 'balky little Fprds, political history, Tho Presidency ot There Is no track underneath), pr the United States is being, bartered trolley overhead fof aadniaih4ps the Keystone driver for,by the big moneyed interests. and Despite tn terrjble. handlcatP of night collisions aro Jtreqn't. 'One Atroci-- ut last Week 4 ,lsentleii;' fojng tfia ftekiitf?bandldacy- Gov. Cox ine wreca; qt wnai vas rjftf.,tne uemocrauc, viicaet n?nie-sa'uv iw once a aouie tuue .bivtw. ana as.enuicitT'-an- omMx M . m4X Were ;rmm t4,-00- il.1 s .; IREIAN . I . . .?' jn- - D- - NOT iWPSpDfiD JUST NOW.' !,. j British underworld, creatures who have lost whatever touches ot human feeling they (possessed by the callous brutality of years ot a sav age war, turned looso to work their & 3'. J will on an unarmed people In the .'7V'-'.- ' names of law and order. Not since '98 has such a deliberate campaign Tender Magnificent Memorial BaJM?'ltt to drive our peoplo to madness boen jf ing As Gift to tho Amerlcaa undertaken by Britain. And yet so ? k; . J Mm ,- -. .ifO-tJj.- - - v -- . "wasn't ' - - , v - v . v. e. , AftJT m L2zzJ ..m ft VJ i vhkHB. t ?V Jgem 2 . .a'- - s4B.3:BlkZrsvl Iff .J. I VBBaMnff IIHIIlWllIUIpn fljlSJlBJlBJkliJiIWIiiiiiinTSBJfll -- . r ''"KIlHiiJif Mm ' "-mm- -- njlt - -- Vct ; east-boun- h, ad rfHr ' r,yate to recognize Ireland I ymummWjM s ,4 J . "''. - - r'rfisw .KV y.-j- -- I - , i. Z&- Senate Beckhaip "Myjri nation, .wnicn LCt a fsnrw .. a 19 ifcJaeJa'Tr ?. mt,,who thoMiht theytiMl - v .r " as IrHtr-- A . A MMt-Mci)U- r - - - , merlcan soldiers and sailors Iw freedom of all small nations. ; ? w:?Em t. :.iv-- ,1 " : .i. 4 - , . "33 JSM ? :' " - aot-japabl- e ior-tn- e IleBh WQft if. r " &m&Mmmmjm k!&rj&xm&.-:mum a.,E - '"I ('.aa at a ni iltf-- ' l h m1! ... ' u.i -- m -,- - . ?. "V .v. f.'- - i-9- p'm-''tyi- J-.. ' ' f OJ MOISTS,1- . -i a4.i h. : mmt - ' ' ' . .r ':- -'. l J ..t - Work of th Br!t!sk MiKUry w """MWIllBP- -' Mtm tn tsmt make the pretweitlon to him, bathe de- has not yet been informed, ot the n; am 1- proposed gift. ot the QVftor by grM ot aad nHec are In the building quarters are to be who tttaay ' sore 'Democrats, provided for tho G. A. R. and SpanNAZARETH COLLEGE. now'aorer still that they were ish War veterans, and for a permaEngland's Black and Surpass in Ferocity and Cruelty the Barbarous Turks Into voting for the ballyhoo Sunday afternoon Nazareth Col nent exhibit of war troohles. The orator. In every speech thus far lege, 851 South Fourth street, tflo ouiming is to no aevotea as far as and Hessians and Indians Who Were Employed by England old "Howdy Ed" has blundered Into some historical error, or either confirst Catholic college for women in fu",u,u i" wu ijuuiiu woiiHru uiior mo fuiiciu ui iuu V.1V1C AUUlloriUBl of strued some part ot tho League inthis city, was solemnly blessed by In San Francisco, and to promote in America's War For Independence. Nations to suit himself, in ono the Rev. Father James P. Cronln, permanent Intorest in the army and stance changing the wording. Tho Vicar General of the diocese, assist- navy. The auditorium and halls aro has been that Democratic result ed by the Rev. Fathers O'Connor to be free to tho- public as far as speakers, newspaper men and others and Smith, of the Cathedral. Tho practicable. have beon riddling our ballyhoo Roso General, Mario, Mother tho ono ond ot tho Stato Herewlth is published a brief Irish neoDle. I could toll you so were looted. In all. tlio troops dam Mlchaolle of tho Nazareth Sisters ot ed Tltlo to In building will be vestGovernor from the American Legion, summary of. the outrages and perse- many awful incidents. For Instance, agod over seventy business promises Charity, and members of tho Nazar- - , solely the Republican to the other. If n hniMini rnvn,nui tboy cutions bolng perpetrated every- only two days ago they shot and and private residences. During this eth and Presentation Alumni wero Boara of Campaign Committee is wlao hls Trustees. Tho .endowment orgy tho troops murdered George among tho guests. Tho college was "Howdy Ed" and-where In Ireland by tho British po- killed a poor old. man of seventy-fiv.will confine fund of $1. ooo.OOO from the lnenm , lice and soldiery, news that the years of age,- In tho dead of night, Walker, a crippled wlndjammlng orations to the colored tv,a ,i.u,unv m rounded by tho Nazareth Sisters, of r dally press excludes, giving prefer- because .ho did not open tho door 01 Following aro a few of tho many Charity, who believe, according to a audlonces. Morbrother and slater talncd wln bo governed by an ence, to contorted reports and British his cabin quickly enough. The day outrages perpetrated during the past tho row's speeches, just like made by tho dean. Sister tiroiy separate committee. propaganda matter. They will mako tho military camo in hero overy month: ot the. colored preachers, have Dula. that the tlmo is rlpo for tho, In conclusion, meaning people wonder at tho attitude of man, woman and child left British military and pollco sacked establishment of such a Catholic In- - that tho offor ,s tho Knights state only nolso for a feature, Senator Beckham, who opposes tho nothing whatever, and his style of for tho soldiers acted like tho town of Ballaghadeercn, County Btltution for women in Kentucky. can Loglon up toopen to1, tho Amorl. e July 1921. recognition of freedom for Ireland fiends. They fired shots wildly Mayo. Business premises and prl Blapstlck oratory will .pfleaso the necollege offers only tho freshman theJoglon should, by any possibility, s and therefore encourages a contin- around the town, and- threw In vato residences woro looted, groes and not get hlB Into discusyear tho sophomoro ceaso t0 exlst tho tItlo t0 tho buIld: course. Next uance of England's hellish atrocities Into several houses, wrecking ed, sprinkled with petrol and burn-th- e course will bo added and degrees sions that show him up. Then again wlu revert t0 the na. and oppression: town library. They- seem to od. Tho town, which was a big conferred In 1924. The same stand- - jng and Iand purposes "Howdy Ed" Is a great favorite with as the A correspondent writes in a nbgro audlonces, as they can't forhave no discipline; they have a freo trado center, Is now practically in ards for admission are required as tlon f0r such ahall dotermlno. United states Senat0 get how his gallery play saved that letter to tho Independent that nand and do as they nleuso. .with no ruins. tho State Colleges, and tho samo slnco returning from their riots 1n Belfast and the surrounding one, itappcars, empowored to place British military fired rifle shots arch flond, the negro L.ockett, oven must bo obtained penn pnKrlmaso tho Knights nro of area continue. It is impossible to any chargo against thorn. We have j Into tho houses of prominent Repub- - iu leueivtj u credits though It meant thoMoath of white uoBiCT. iu '"""J- "o unanimous in declaring thnt the see any other purpoeo In them than no redress and must suffer in el- - llcans at Sklbbcreen, County Cork. people at Lexington. Tho latter four members. ivui.biuu " " Government nnd people to concentrate the Catholic in one lenco. Tho English polico, who are At Innlscarra, County Cork, Brit eluded In the course of study. " The French class and those made orphans can't locality so that they may bo tho also bolng sent in to harrow us, aro ish military forced on entry into a formnl opening took place Monday, showed them unexampled hospital forget It either. May God bring somo ways!do( tavern and having consumed when twelvo students were register- ity. Thirty governmotal decorations easier dealt with when tho pressure terrible. The Kentucky Irish American recently that tho negro ot American opinion slacks up and. change for the better to us very quantities of the liquor set fire to ed, coming from Indiana, Arkansas, were given to the Knights, Including mentioned two Commanders of the Legion of tho word will go out once more: soon. I wish I could describe events the premises and decamped with the West Virginia and Connecticut. was fast coming into his own In the Honor and four Chevaliers. Pope party and all will agree "To Holl or to Connaght." raoro clearly to you, but I am so contents of the till. Republican Benedict broko all precedent by feot. Tho English terrorists havo como upset that I am unablo to do so. British military throw a high ex that ho has arrived with bothforced MICHAEL J. CARROLL. naming Supremo Knight Flaherty a to such a pitch now that they can Ploaso write soon again, as it is a plosive bomb into a house owned by First tho colored Republicans Commander of tho Order of St. not distinguish between friend and comfort for mo to bear from you. a wen Known jcopunncan at ururce, tho Republican State Comimttoo ,to Michael J. Carroll, sixty years from the Papal ROSARY SUNDAY. too. Tho "Blacjc and Tans," whom I remain, dearest P , as ever, County move from the Seolbach to the Llmorlck. The explosion old. long a well known and highly Gregory porsonally Foch, Potaln and throno. Marshals England has sent into frolaqd to because the hotel partially wrecked several houses. "YOUR FOND MOTHER." esteemed resident of tho West. End, j0f fro,' Gens. Mangln, Lyautey. Bor-wIn all Catholic churches on tho harass her peoplo and incite thorn management wouldn't allow the col That the public many know the At Youghal, County Cork, British stricken ill Sunday afternoon in ored politicians to monopolize ine flrnt Snndav In Oetnhnr. rallrul to resistance, aro English , thieves, cruelties being Inflicted upon the troops smashed all the shop windows hlS POOl rOOm at SeCOnd and Jeffer- - tnoiet and other faraous French man nonnsllv Atrantnri tin ladles' iflosary Sunday or the Feast ot the pickpockets, shoplifters, parasites" on law abiding people by the British In two ot the main streets, hotol lobby and dog up the son streets, falling to tho floor and Knights over the battlefields. entrance to tho elevator. 'oiowing Roses, there are special services fallen women, habitual drunkards, troopers we clto the following most British police patrob attacked Intwenty minutes later. Ho mor Mniemnd and his Cabinet per-bMorrow's election tho negro Repub- commemorative of the origin of the rough necks, rakes and all round recent occurrences: dividual pedestrians at Limerick a legion of friends and ac Bonany welcomed the Knights, and Damage done by tho "Black and City and badly mauled thorn. licans demanded and received many rosary, the devotion that was given blackguards, the scum ot the qualntances, and to all tho sad overywhere they met with the most At KImallock, County Llmorlck, news was a distinct shock. With State Jobs and defied the i .to St. Dominic by the Mother of English slums and the prldo and Tans" In Balbrlggan in their raids and spontaneous welcome machine in the State God. This Sunday is always observ glory of the English army, who Is estimated nt 200,000 pounds (ap- British, pollco forced an entry after Patrick Nelllgan ho conducted for cord-afr0m clergy and people. Each city Republican convention by selecting ed with beautiful devotions in the have been drafted to fill tho deplet- proximately 11,000,000). midnight Into tho residence ot 'I'll 3. many years tho placo at Nineteenth Wholesale deportations of tho Chamberlain, whose husband is serv- and Portland avenue, which was a vIsted Bava tho Knights aneraorlale another negro delegate than Roscoe Dominican churches, and especially ed ranks of the Irish police. The Simmons, who was the machine bo at St. Louis Bertrand's on Sixth Government knows them so well Sinn Fein to the most remote col- ing a sentence of eighteen months' popular meeting place end resort ot thelr vIsll; Pope Boncsdict gave oach Knight a specially struck .choice. Then came the State Fair street. Here last Sunday there was that It will not trust them with the onies ot the British Empire will fol- Imprisonment on a political charge. for the men of that section. For,medal wnlo twoiTe were raade Cuj. 'and negro men and women In the solemn high mass and special music substantial uniform of the Irish low the refusal of the South and The pollco wrecked all furniture, some tlmo past ho had been con- - zenB of Parla Through tho Knights gutoe of "maids," "ushers," subor- In the morning, .followed In the af- peeler because It wpuld be pawned Wjset of Ireland to .accept tho Gov- waro, etc., they found In the house. ducting, a pool room on Second dinate officials, etc., asserted them- ternoon by solemn vespers, rosary the next day, but dresses them 'In ernment's Home Rule bill, accordAt Ballyvourney, County Cork, street, and was supposed to bo ,1m MarBhal FoCh forwarded greetings to all 0f a vengeance. White wo- procession, sermon and benediction. second .baud shoddy khaki, with the ing to the Evening. Standard, on the British troops murdered two young excellent health. Mr. Carroll was army tho men hopesrhe Aerleaa selves with to 8e8 0H akl whom he men and girls were jostled right and This rosary procession is always very black belt and black cap of the con- authority ot a Government official men named William, Hegarty and active In Irish and Catholic, society forthcom-nvisit to the United and Hence their name, of tho Irish administration. Michaol Lynch. left by the colored Republicans sep- beautiful. The little girls, clad In stabulary. , circles and always ready to assist In gtaea ' for the first time in history no Thomas Tynan and his son, Will- At Bruroe, County Llmorlck, Brit- tholr work. His wife died about i white, carrying flowers, Inlands of "Black and Tan," an indefensible inarate toilet was fumlslied for white (en, .represented the fifteen mys- sult to the canine species ot that ilk. jam, ot uanyDruis, navo Decn ar- ish trooipe "shot up" tho village. two years ago, and surviving him GET TOGETHER MEETING. many white wo teries of tho rosary, each band-Jo- yful, Murder, arson and all manner ot rested by the military. and colored women, At Mlllstreet, County Cork, British are four sons, John, Sylvester. RayTho resldenco of Mrs. Daly, troops maliciously set tiro to an ex- mond and Michael J. Carroll, Jr., men becoming ill on the grotincte. It Sorrowfirl; Glorious headed outrages upon young end old havo Division 3, A. O. II., has prepared .is presumed that this Is the first step by a banner representing that mys- beon occurring both night and day, Ardevin, "was raided on Sunday and tensive hay barn owned by C. J. and a daughter, Miss Mary Carroll, ot the negroes' fight against segrega tery, and each group of five bands the little they possessed going up again on Monday, The police took Meany, Lackabawn, County Limer- to whom Is tendered the sympathy for a big "got together" meeting to the skies in sparks and smoke, to away some .some old ick. Tho barn and all Its contents ot many friends and acquaintances, next Thursday night, when refreshtion, and they are now demanding led by a young girl, Honora-Langaot raucous swords, lUeraturo ana a flag. were burned to the ground. Meany Tho funeral took place from St. Ce- ments wllUbo served and a well arthe right to sit oa the first floor ot representing Faith J Nannie Melloan, the accompaniment thaaters, picture shows and eat la Hope, and Catherine O'Day, Charity, shouts and cheers. The residence ot Mrs. Bourke, of Is Republican Chairman ot the local cilia's church Wednesday morning, ranged programme presented at the the same restaurants with the white Mary Stanford representing the The mother ot a prominent San .Ceonough, near Carbury, County council. Rev. Father Cranoy officiating at Hiboralan Home, Eighteenth aad people. Tlw Republican, white lead-er- a Queen of the RosesJ While march-la- g Francisco merchant In a letter from Kildare, mother of Win. Bourke, At Naas, County Kildare, after the solemn obsequies, which wore Portland avenue. President O'Leary have been notified that they has been doing marvelous work for around the church the children Shanagolden, Ireland, gives the 'fol- Chairman Bdenderry R.V;D. C, was midnight British police and troops largely attended. ntwftt help their negro brothers to sang hymns and then grouped them- - lowing description ot. the persecu- visited by military on Friday, aad a bombed and fircdJseveral houses la this good old division, and the memachieve tJieir purposes. bers should show their appreetotlea ARRB8T WBXFORD MAYOR. selves around the altar. The bene tion to which the people are sub- more exhaustive search, than a pre- the town. vious one was carried out- - They orBut the worst Is now at hand. diction of the Bleesed Sacrament jected: by being present In full force. Thoee British troops at Middleton. Coun; I was indeed dered all the family into one room, ty Cork, deliberately murdered John "My Dearest P The big negro vote registered the eloeed the services. Richard Corleh, Lord Mayor of who attend will hear much that delighted to hear from you. It waa and took away two JeWera and a Buckley,' Treasurer of the Bast Cork Wexford, and Ed Foley, a merchant, to their (personal interest. other day in the Republican ranks him made the negro the master of the very greatest relief to me, aa we pair of puttees. Sinn Fein executive. While he was who were acting as Judges at the TRD3JJUM. are very troubled here. We. have The military- ralda la' Cavan on helpless In their hands as a prisoner Wexford Borough Arbitration Court that party in Kentucky, and from FRDBNDS OF FREEDOM. ot having terrible times of prominent of this thr willing and subservient slave ha Qetober 17, 18 and 19, a triduum been, of our beloved country In for a the housesaad the L. R. A.leaderscon- he was shot through the heart. " in the Town Hall la Wexford on parr. troops "shot up" Lietowel, Tuesday, were arrested by tho police .The regular monthly meeting et machine Stan Fein etlll British the County Kerry, now becomes the boas. Take a peek or three days' prayer will be held at long time past. The country la full tinue. after military forces had surrounded the Friends ot Irish Freedom will In. an address In New York figures for Loulrrille and Beared Heart Retreat to commem- of soldiera, and they have done an Cavan the military arreeted M. In at these the building. Both were escorted to be held next Tuesday night la d applies all over orate Balat Gabriel, who in life was tmmeaee, amount of. harm, blowing Smith, late' maeUr of the workof the work that Is to be ilone the military barracks. Litigants and the aame proportion a large qutpourt g hi and wMf. a member of the Faaeloniet order, up creameries, .burning dwellings house. They ''afterwards "raided lite was urged by President Yalera, who witnesses in court were searched, looked Hall and the State. Nine hundred for. Much Interest ww d laet aid In pari: "Oifr,. people are being .but were released. . The incident tew .xtore Kemibltean women than aad whose eanonhmtiou-tKicurre- will be both and making- existence hideous for house. ter on the action taken la. May. The ua, Our creanteffiea ta Shaaagoldea tetal ef British military sacked the town murdered, their houses burned, the inen rerMtm, and wto the arrest of Terence tlon wKh Senator Beckham's Mply a of QueenetowB, County Cork. Jfcrery product ot their labor destroyed USTOT IfawwbUcan women msjhftrii Impressive and bilereetias, and peo were eompletely destroyed Lord Mayor of Cork, which te the .questionnaire eoneomfaia3 the ple trot, ail over the city re hs- - met ajaoeutt ot provWone. These hop la the jttaia atrkeU of the tows j whole towns aad villages sacked and was inade early in August under nearly Ift.MO were negew. ot the Irish KeeuMte aad tor total ( Intruders have sot moeh f y ... the was narUefiy irrenkhd sad many ooiea tne r outpouring 01 the similar otreuiaetaneee. BpaMici mm other matters ot twportaaee. ."WW ythr.j i ArrWl-j- , - J$ 5i flRPsHPfT nyDiiirUlt TkrfkVi.tIr a;. ' I s:' J' ?; iJ- . SU. - . fr. " - ts-i:s'.I .t- ir, VW 1 jr-wvrt jr..MU -- . -: '. w 3i? mw t ta.-w.- wr ed ser-ftio- ns m. tHW VIWWI VI . tOOTWpiardiatt- WfHirH 'mki "Ww, wasn't any wreek. "ihe golderncd ns 'pesky machine Just up andJJu-eall out anu turned a reg'iar tumble- Bets, by it does seem that Chief Petty ought to take steps to remedy this trouble with tho balky" Koras, but sorry to say our ncaa or tho Keystoners never even gave out tor publication that a police machine had turned turtle at Preston and Ormsby. Sbamo on you, Chief. Havo you noticed the many and disastrous fires this city has bad lately, all with the samo result, the "hick" firemen saving the ground beneath and the sky overhead. The Norton-Cur- d fire wa8 $125,000 Joss, the walls alone being left; the Bay-leManufacturing Company had a loss of $15,000 and was savod by tho Salvage Corps, who as usual were first on the scene. In tho old days when we had n real fire department after a big fire or near big tiro the grateful owners of tho business would give a handsome check as an" appreciation ot the good and heroic work of the firemen. That was a freauent occurrence, but in tho past three years of "reform" these fireman- haven't received a dime as HTcjtimonlal. The real firemen used to turn their checks over to tho pension fund, but Judging .present performances tho from "hick" firemen ought to tako something out of tho pension fund and glvo It to the peoplo who nro losing money through incompetent fire fighting. m. - mm m -- - 0r i'V'',v'":!sJr F yir ,Ti71 fii n f Homr.Ai :.' .the Drltish propagandist agents and so powerful Is their control of the press that this campaign is being represented as tho efforts of a clvll-- l lzed government to restore Caw and War Relief Balance of Five MlUiea" For ncadquartorsln Natieafe'. order. To combat thlB propaganda would require the active attention Canital. ot all our friends In every center 'in f W'VlZM1 ft--' ' tho country, and every American who knows the truth ought to feel It his duty for humanity's sake to expose tho real barbarity of this If tlfo Legion' Lapses the Title fe , yS?regime and the lying hypocrisy with Will Revert to the which British officialdom seeks to cover It. Tho same methods that Nation. A., havo been used against tho helpless peoples of Africa and Asia whose complaints have beon 'effectively KNIGHTS CROWN BIG RBCOltB. rshut off from civilization's ears uru uuiug useu iu ireiuuu touay anu tv --7& r: by the same power" that tortured . them. This power would' have ceasod to plaguo humanity but for balance"' Flvo mmion your arms recently and thoso they n, Ml. Tfii,4 dollars, the : ot Columbus war re- -. are torturing today aro ybur own u vtuuuu i" iu iu, Kitn ana Kin, your own iiesn ana ""' American Legion for tho purposeief 7. blood." following creameries In tho building an American Logten heed- - " 1 The '" counties Limerick and TIpporary quarters In Washington.' Tlie' de nave Dcen nurnea aown or naaiy cision to make tho offer was roads ; rlnmnrrprt hv Hrlttqli Knltllorn nnri nd Rllnrtnv nvonlni. it mnnli Upper- - the Knights of Columbus' Bbard Newport, constabulary: church, Garrysplllano, Newcastlo- - Directors In Chicago. Now that' wost, ICIlronnn, Knockfure, KUcom- - Knights havo mado provision mon, iiearcross, iteesKa, Hospital, tnoir general reconstruction work, are Lackamoro, Kllleskully; Castlelnoy, they are able to makothls offer Klllea. Since April of tho largest amount ever irivan ufW , una yuur uiuhu upuu xiu.uuu wuriu biuniur purpose. of damago has been done in this, The ICnights. in their f kind of frenzied raiding and theN statement, declare that tboy venuetta snows no signs 01 aoating. approximately s40.ooo.noo fr hj--This Is the lowest estlmato ot tho members of tho organization awd . rum, since it lnciuaes oniy tuoso general puonc lor wolfaro worl Afttct ft irtnlnnnA n,t.lil. 4t.a lATfnvn- - flint tty n.ntrMlhf. t...li,ull& mont admits to have been perpe- - servlco stations, secretaries aatf trateu by its servants. Tnls estimate cnaplalns' services and free ei of the damago does not Include that comforts for eorvlce men durta11 caused by tho burning ot Lough- - war and in .maintaining natldn-wmore, Killea and Castlolney cream- - sy6teiis of free employment enes as reprisals, m uastiemey tne ana vocational schools and arefH wrocicers arrived in a ponce motor ing approximately ouu college sol vans and they carried crowbars, arshlns for war veterans, iha h, sledges and potrol. fulfilled the wishes of the doaoVe ; Hero Is what an. English corre - tho fund. spondent writes the Manchester;; The. Knights offer the ; WniKifV y rue punco reprisals lujjywB.'juu igr me endowment, uuaruian: Balbrlggan wero the. worst yet ;pjfAe a4'uipinent of the bulk ireiana an oriuanty, wantonness Man,'- on a,suitMie tno )n waeblngten ueetrucuveness Dy tne unuormea ne QDtained, hy the American X forces ot. the crown. The stery Is prele'mMy by act of Conaren. comrarable only with the story ef la Me 'be an Auditorium in thk haiiA. j Ibg cpabl,-of- ; accommodating tr&m the Belgian village Louvaia.'" The London NewB correepondeat, lo.flOlr te fS.eeMrjwniL 'TW irlu. In describing the sacking, ot Bal- -. meet an' urSnt eed in" the brgan, declared, .that, it exceeded U capjtal." the KniSt,. ML .unhappy there .is no bsUi.pt eathr oapaciti? horror, any' tncideht In the aas. arr&aaM -- ie ..meet nietery oc, xrejMto. tmi aorae 01, Oalbm JV.s ,las'ye7tttrae"le)es ja Mm. 1 are Legion. '5 - '' ' $m 'if y; ',- ". W. '.. U Mim '.. -- rp-ab- tf Viae' save sa own iesB morey or .mora cruelty," tho correspondent clared. Mr-bar- ic ec-sh.-" TanTtrc . - e' ss - er wh-M- -- 1 ,!.. Shana-g'olde- n, If-Th- - wreck-bomb- - ro-ce- nt Euro-numb- er - - Repu- blic-building as Pre-oxplrl- ng ad -- g n photo-graphs- , - Ber-tran- - re-ca- nan-Joe- s Mac-Bwine- y, - -- re-oinKt- oa r Mttti ma " ... .I i. 1. t , J&. jBGBprarTJOKr5r .T &f? xern: jlsoikxoajul. a. . KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ftvratol te tbi SocUl sad Mot.l AdvMetsneat I kkh AaericM mJ CiaeSe Of fieially Indorsed br Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yeang Mea's Institute and Catholic Knights ef America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO.. Entered ct th LoakvHIe Poitetfte Secead-Cl- ' taeatperttW. Publishers UBSCR1PT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLE COPYSc Matter. 319-32- UtftH AH CwHWikitiM to KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 1 Wt UKrty Strut cfjTTtADes (ffljgy) cojuNcifr ) .s LOUISVILLE, KY LEGAIi HOLIDAY. .. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920 Next Tuesday, October 12, Is Co-- J lumbus day and a legal holiday In this State and a majority of others. FATHEH BREY. Through tho death of the Rev. Celostino Drey the church and city aro bereaved of a great and good Mnn n fnnl nr!At Cif find. TTfl WAS the 'sincere friend of tho Kentucky Irish American, which feels that It BUffors a distinct personal loss. To his borearod parents and Holy Cross parish wo tender our heartfelt condolence May his reward bo eternal life and happiness with his God In heaven. BHLIGION AND POLITICS. , 831 SOUTn FOURTH STREET Thursday Afternoon and Night, October 14 LOUISVILLE, KY. ,'Attornoy Moxley, of this city, atFor Further Information Call at Trinity Council Y. M. I. Hall, Baxter and Morton tended a gathering. of Baptist min Presentation Academy isters recently and ho said .that, d He gave licr a coat, which she donned they all believed in tho League while yon fcoya aa eaaeetio taat will sHv Then she knew he had misunderstood her, of Nations they would support Hard ysvpax isasa for lift ing because he was a Baptist As AWFUL PENALTY. For she wanted a Pif ty Dollar Liberty Bond everyone knows, the Baptists as a And one hundred pounds of fine sugar. College Tho crooks of the Chicago White 9 rule are bitter enemies of tho Cath 1U "W. Broaaway, ItotOaTilla, Zy. ollc church, because they claim tl: Sox team will find that the few pal He gave her candy and cake, try dollars .they received for their church mixes religion with poll Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers. Then she knew he had a slim chance to win 'er; Classical. ScJaatlllo and Business treachery will bo poor recompense Courses, Preparatory Department, Large For she wanted, oh, pity his wretched mistake ! ATOLOGETIO ATTETUDI for tho punishment meted out to swimming root, weu laquippea Qym- . Duium. Tlensi moaeraie. An Electric Washing Machine with a Wringer. them for tho rest of their natural Brb. Benjamin, Dlr. It is remarkable that the press in lives by the American public. There Entertainment begins 2 o'clock afternoon, 8 o'clock Its Is no little village or hamlet In this England la more outspoken in night Lunch will be served. Don't forget! condemnation of terrorism in Ire big country where tho story of their land than itho press In this country, shame will not precede thorn and Such pacers as tho Manchester the finger of scorn will be pointed Home Phooe City 2383 OF ANYTHING IN Guardian, and even tho London at them no matter where they go. Times condemn tho campaign of Their families and descendants will rightfulness that has beon Inaugu- have to carry the burden of their rated there. As a whole, our Amer- disgrace and tho names of Cicotto, ican press, with the exception of Jackson, Felsch and tho rest will bo Or a Religious Book, See the such jianers as tho Courier-Journcarried on tho black pages of base and Louisville Times, has been ball history and in the minds of the Order your fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woolen mills Rogers Church Goods Co. rathor apologetic in its attitude to- fans long aftor these no reduction in prices; there will sure be a shortage. d George McCloskoy, Bishop of LouisxarcoxrexATHD ward tho outrages committed by tho crooks have turned to dust. was at Fancy Nally is again at Mrs. Arthur ville. His first mission 19 8. Foartb, Ixmisvillo, Xy. "Black and Tans" with apologies STORE Farm during the absence of tho home in Oakdale from Sts, Mary to the dog for which they are namconRev. Father Charles Haesley. Next and Elizabeth Hospital and is TI II e. nnoHr-.- a DIABOLICAL. D..!U! i ee If , west jeirerson oircec ho was sent to the Fcnwick Mission valescent neuf n punaing, ed. .We rather suspect that Lord I Washington county, and In Sep propa$150,000,000 Northclltfo's Wo aro not surprised" to read the at Mrs. J. J. Kavanaugh left the tember. 1896, returned to Fane ganda fund has been put to good statement to Gon. Sir Neville Mac- - Farm. From there he was sent AAaAAAAAaaAaAaaMaAAAAaAAAaaAaaA make mbTVoom first of the week for Cincinnati, order Vhat .... .: u ii. nee. Cready, commander of tho military take charge of St Rose's churc where she is tho guest of her father. ior our ilargo optical pariors, wo win i r Qeorgo Owens. Cloverport, whore ho remained u closo out a large portion of our forces in Ireland, that tho "reprisal" PLEASED LEADHRS. Jewelry stock. This is an oxcellent c For tlin Jllnlr anil tbnin nnn. tl.o mirtlr Ho. n !. outrages there have the approval of til July 31. 1912, when he came Loulsvlllo to become pastor of Hoi; Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Foster, opportunity for you to buy a ring, k you know tho modlclno wla prescribed by your doctor is prepared ? blgh Government officials. Wo have Cross church, whero his labors havo who have boon visiting their cousin, a" watch, or any article of Jewelry by druggists who Interesting to noto that in t It was been convinced for some time that heen crowned with most eratlfvlne Miss Mary Louise Murphy, left Mon- which you may fleet! .now or later, J ueingr specialists In conscientiously compound Prescrintions. their work. the course of his address In St. JosMSIlltR. day for their home in Milwaukee these outrages wero not only apat xC groat saving. In fact, some Phono us any hour of the day or night. TYo will call for eph, as quoted in the Catholic Trib- proved Tho funeral will take place this of pur customers havo already purbut wore instigated by the morning at 9:30 o'clock at Holy v and deliver your wants. Mrs. Cecilia Sheehy, who was une, referring to Ireland's freedom, "higher ups" for the purpose of Cross church, with a solemn high on recently at Sts. Mary and chased gifts for Christmas. Got. Coxeaidt terrorizing the people and forcing mass of requiem, after which tho Elizabeth Hospital, is now ImprovPEARLMAN "I answered the Irish question in if possible an opon uprising. It is remains will bo taken to Whltes- ing rapidly and will be homo In a OPTOMETRIST AND JEWELER SECOND AND CHESTNUT St. Paul. The fourteen points and true, taking place vlllo, the interment City 365-3- 37 as the Truo Voice intimates, Monday. Bofore the mass thoas- - day or two. Main 0102 229 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 'Article XI. of tho League cover it. Day-HH- d Night Service that P. J. City 2724 x. the Irish question is not settled to Sir Hamar Greenwood, in reply "semblod priests will chant the Office gagementLauder announces the enIf of his slstor, Miss Anna the storm of criticism from the for the dead. by March 4, 1021, I, exercising my Lauder, tp Edward J. Wngnerv Their authority as the Chief Executive of press which greoted Gen. marriage will take place next month WOMEN'S RETREAT.. statement, has denied that at St. Louis Bortrand's church. the nation, then belonging to the the Government connived at or supTho annual retreat of St Helena's jjeague, shall bring the question to Club will be held this Louisville people enjoying themjhe'bar of public justice, and then ported theso reprisals. The facts year at START IHC TWC WKTH WITH TN this week St Boniface church, Jackson selves in Now York Walters, Mr.were speak louder than Sir Hamar'e dis Ireland will bless God on bended and claimer. If, as ho claims, tho Gov- and Febr avenue. It will begin next Mr. and Mrs. .0. L. Georgo G. Day, knees for Article X., because- that Wednesday evening October 13, Mrs. H. B. Hduger, ernment is not supporting theso out- with services at 7:45 sharp. Father H. K. McConnell and W. M. Reed, Louisville Bank article means International-burgla- ry rages, why baa no effort been made Daniel Lin fort a forceful speaker, and territorial aggression must Mrs. Jacob Patrick, of Jotferson-vlllFocrtk ami GnarI Avenue to punish those guilty of them? will conduct the retreat. stop." is in Seattle, Wash., for a All women, married and unmar Theso outrages have been going on Gor. Cox drew a picture of (he ried, .are invited to Join in tho re- month's visit with her nieco, Mrs. 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Capt desolation and starvation In Europe, for months, yet not one of the unin- treat, but no men will be admitted. W. T. Whalen, whoso husband, Casey. DR. A- - H. EDWARDS that the EYE, EAJt, N0J3E, THROAT must help want, formed barbarians implicated in It is expectod evening. church will Whalen, is stationed at Fort and said America every Corabustien Engineering and Furnace Repairing so matter where It appears. "We aro them has been brought to justice. be Illled Mrs. Kato Brenrian Newman anGLASSES ADJUSTED Not the least attempt has been made engagement of her God," he said. In all' children of nounces tho INSURANCE RECOMMENDED. jftEALTY BUI LD1XG City 8381 Main 1950 Mary rtaug'ntqr, Catharine SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING Miss r.nn rln dine-- ha "SiMmcd fin uld tin to punish them. Read tho address "Shoot-more- " B, Murnan. Tho FQURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. vKEMmammmmmmammMm Tho enforcement of the new Brennan, to Thomas ,nfTaf "baa a sacred reason for entering themad b tho Ir,8h. constabulary a health insurance act in England and wedding will' take placo In NovemPhone City 4720 League. Ho told of the review ofi?myth few weeks ago, and then ask your tho recommendation of a similar law ber. part of tho Rainbow Division In NltW AND SLianTLY In the United States by a number of FOUND NEW REMEDY. Bernard Kavanaugh, son of the Ohio, after it had returned, and of self if Sir Hamar Greenwood could Stato Commissions, labor unions, Kava-nag- h a mother and father searching for have been sincere in his declaration Governors, Boards of Charities and late Mr. and Mrs.of Bernard J. J. Attorney and brother The other individuals and organizations BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED .their "only boy among the marchors. in tho Houso of Commons. la now connocted to the passage facfls that tha officials of the Brit- calls attention again in the Bishops' Kayanagh, Street Journal in with I was tired to live had vertigo New and rheumatism. "We gavo our pledge to tho 80,000 OLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OP THE MOST RELIABLE the Wall on social Insurance Naturopath Dr. boys "who sleep In France that thero ish Government have been trying for Programmo of Social Reconstruction, york City. DEALERS IN THE FALLS CITIES A. Lose,' 334 East Market street, ., . . ... months past to provoke open resist- Opposition ...... .great force has devel of Main' 2481, helped me wonderful. ,wduiu do no xuiure wars," no saiu. Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Treat, against but "Those boys died happily, conscious ance by the irteh Volunteer. That oped probability 'social lnsuranco, with Cleveland. O.. announce tho mar Lawrence Schenk, 7E2 South wiht-eent- h . Js that, just as street. would be taken as an excuse for a the daughter, Miss Lucille of their service to future genora-tlsIncorporated general massacre in Ireland. The workmen's compensation, tho opposi- riage of theirto Tnomas u. L,ananan, J ask you in solemn cbntem- tion will be defeated and will defend Ruth Treat, y There is much rejoicing in the "riots" in Belfast and Derry and the after a time tho measures once op formerly of Louisville. ' Tho platioa of your duty whether wo 405 BROADWAY was "performed by Father home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Falk, The Bishops' (programme ought not to yote as our soldiers sabotage of the military ana police posed. 10S1 East Kentucky street, over the Moran, of St. Patrick's Cathedral. LOUWVILLE AND JErEERSONVILLE were directed to that end. TJie plan reads that tho state suouiu mane fought, to make war Impossible in arrival of a lovely little girl, Jeanne Is diabolical la Us purpose- - and in comprehensive provision for insurVhe world." Mrs. David Fahey, of West Oak Marie, on October 1. The christenTho enthusiastic ance against illness, invalidity, unplace tomorrow, folbeen 111 at Sts. Mary ing will accorded tho distinguished the methods used to work it out. employment and old age. Tho ad street, who hasHosnltal. Is convalesc lowed by takefamily gathering, over a But it will fall. Tho Sinn Fein lead ministration of the lnsuranco laws nnfl Elizabeth vJa$tor was very gratifying to MisChas. which the able ers will not be drawn into the snared should be auch as to interfere as llt- - ing Tapidly and te Fahey to receive Falk, will proud grandfather, spirit. be the presiding is one .of souri Democratic leaders. tie as noftslble with the individual her friends. Mrs. They will not be iorcea from their I visitors have been constantly freedom of the worker and his fam- - our leading charitable workers .and ink to congratulate the parents call policy of passive resistance which tit and fptj. ItTael 41 ho Vant f mind (a as always taken a prominent part HARDING'S POSITION. affairs, welcome the pretty little miss, has won their .Independence. a condition jn which all the workers ft Irish and . wnnlrf "themselves have the income Swatdr Harding, Republican canCHURCH AUTUMN SOCIAL. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boeeean-fn- r and the reepenadblUty of providing, didate for President, declares that TROUBLE WTTH COUNTRY. Prepared to Do It Promptly ail tka needs and contlnkenclei Bounce the engagement Qf the.ir BOsse, te w daughter. Miss Cornell 'srarowtsa of sympathy with Irteh Next Thursday afternoon and ii r i.nt, nnuni or. a ftiinra ' Style. ' and in First-Clas- s Elmore J. Eckerle. The wedding evening tho members of St. Frances "The trouble with the country toaaplratkms Us am far as this country will be solemnlzod at St. George a of Roma church in Clifton will hold vvm T.mBTv nnvn can go; that official consideration day is that K is getting more and their annual autumn social party church Thanksgiving morning. t the 'matter Is meddling to the af- mors irreligious. Religion is crum- Many holders of Liberty bonds, short honeymoon Mr. and After and entertainment in Trinity CounMrs fairs of tb British Government bling ana crunsbMng fast," aeelared not "registered, are falling" to have Eckerle will make their homo on cil Hall, Baxter and Morton avenue. Those heretofore given have been Friends of Irish Freedom may call Ernest G. Adam, of Boston, Mass,, their bond's of the first, second and Alta avenue. rewarded with success, and for this ,M atteatfai to the fact that the who addrosagii the convention of the third Issues exchanged for the perCahill an- year's affair the Rev. Father Riley, Mr. Waited States recognized nearly all Nebraaka-Iow- a church) manent bondi which the Treasury nounceand Mrs, Frank J. Unitarian the marriage of their daugh- the 'pastor, and the various commitprepared to .deliver. iaa South American Renubllae and at the First UnHarlsn eaureh of Department While many holders have sub- ter. Miss Elisabeth Stewart Cahill. tees have arranged an excellentgoproCarek, Bill Heads, Latter to to CpJ. John, L. Dunn. The cere- - gramme. The proceeds will jifk afraia of war wfth Spain, Omaha this week. He referred to mitted their temporary bonds for er any other aattea wbkh the. feet that JM.Qf.000 people in there are hundreds ef hold- iuUjLy was frorioinieu rojjtnwvci a. the new church building fund. Vrae Circulars, Dodgers, Etc In St. Josenh's church. New York, wen eupyeeed to have a foothold, the United Skates are "sot ettUiated ers la the Eighth Federal Reserve by LKHNGTON. Father Joeeph A. Bresljn. Capt. district whe do not appear to know DejKse and Weddktg The Catholic tliat the bpnde Issued them at the and Mrs. irann win maxe ineir there; 'aa during our civil war with any ehureh. x More than 1.668 men were la line HatJMHJ reeecslMd and encouraged Church eheuid 'be .excepted frajM this close of the campaigns were merely home at Pemherton, N. j, a Specialty. jln the parade of the Holy Name So- the Confederacy in every "possible peeMmieUe . survey. There to bo temporary bonds, and when the last The marriage ofMlee Florence coupons atucnea Became aue j.nai Hardtag's attitude w Ihb doubt that FreteetanUsnt in this Delegations from all Slue-trae- e they were to be exchanged ior new Teresa Hauek and Fred w; Trin- g noon. S.- Irtpa queetien places Mm la the' country is fjtrnWriir feet. Th cities caniie to perlklpete In 1 will take place at poly bonds. Bvery holder should make atoflasfct prftpretiefc claw, and will loee him j 607 Juncnurtfiea ne ity church next Wednesday morning Che demdaetratlon, the largest ever the exchange through We erree-helstaged a Central Kentucky. Followthe tem at 9 o'eleek, Rev. ratner 01 votes rrom irsea ju- - uweay 10 aai ict. aim meres a local bank will forward Following the ing the parade a mass Meeting was officiating. porary bonds to the Federal $eeerve I ' ana ue eerma- - ceremony there will be v reception held is Woodlend Park, where an .,. Bank at St. fmm rbbbb'x. altar was erected ia the open for back. . Of course aeat bones teat m oifom and he ieea pledged of S1 thoe vao boated ratweraa wmon Sin. Baiaea Hauek, .triesWMi Viae be&edieUee, tov uphold the principles seed make ao exchange, as their street. kapptoeey and prmverlty, wieji themselves tfeem usjj! Ja year, te eon The QMfcdlie Teleereek lot the orgaalsatioor bonds do not chant In torn. truo In saying the record of the British tnlsgovornment of Ireland Is marked with countless incidents and measures which cover tho pages of history with recitals of barbarous oppression and cruel persecution; but wo doubt whether any period of the past surpasses It indeed it equals the present in deliberate murder and fiendish rapine. Irish homes are ruthlessly Invaded by Brlt- lsh police and sofdlery; Irish fathers are shot to death In the midst of their families; residences are pillaged, wrecked and burned; Irish workmen are driven from their shops; and the extreme of frightful-nes- s is practiced against the Irish people because they insist upon their n right of In tho matter of government If the League of Nations is anything but a delusion and a snare it will take up and settle, once for all, iheJ intolerable persecution of practically an entire nation. God-give- al weak-minde- coming hvbnts. this country will be heartily asham- lm LunainiLa vi, lucii uuioiu in ilia AniMtwiUMn. Ar (Vatw flnwaim. i C"lfrof ckureh oTourLady! mm fa failing to protect tho cruel! persecution of the Irish In the and.Rudd avekue. ent phase of their struggle against! October 14 Entertainment of St. oppression. Our Government Frances of Rome church, In Trinity was quick enough to denounce theiCbuncll hall, afternoon and ov'enlng. October 15 Autumn social by persecutions of Jowb by Russia of of St Cecilia's church, In St, tfiA run. th ArmnnUna hv tha ' Cecilia's Hall. Turks, and tho Cubans by Spain. But British influence appears to be THE ROSARY. sufficiently powerful to prevent an even more justified protest by the Ono by one, below my fingers, myprayer ens. United States against the uneaj, B ablo atrocities being orfl Ireland by tho Imperial Government. Far beyond my drowsy care. Tho fact is to the lasting shame of Mary's a nation wiucnDoasiea chamnlon- - MW rapture,rqunding) weoping whisper: (Decades ship of tho rights of small peoples "Como' In tho late war. .Mary's glory from fts sleeping Wakes my heart to long tor home. FATHER BREY STRICKEN. Heavenly dew each blossom sav- ours Gloom overspread both the city .. . iuuuu mm eyuub from surly A.I.JIU uou UliU U1UUV3U VI XJWUIO.IIU ,.l.i. uio goJl cad news rapidly spread that the Mary's smile will win God's favours For my flow'rots culled with toll, Rev. Father Colcstlno Brey, saintly priest and foremost citizen, had she takes my wreathed roses, beon stricken with heart disease. ,Pa lld garlands to her breast, Upon all sides, both Catholic and Protestant, the news was received Glowing there each bud dlsculoses Sudden glory manifest. with expressions of deep sorrow, all J. Bowers. caylng tho Church and State had sustained a great loss. .j t Father Brey, who was fifty-tw- o years old and pastor of Holy Cross M d street and church, Broadway, had called to" see Mrs. Thomas Devlt, 1416 Hemlock street, a AAA A A nthnna Yitfelmnrl rilnrl antraivil ttrnnlra ago. JUst as he was leaving ho romarked that he felt HI, and as ho' Richard E. Wathen was a visitor neared the door ho fell backward In New York City this past week. .. and expired before medical assist-- 1 Fathor! anco could be rendered. Dr. Irvjn Abell and Mrs. Abell Brey was an active and, Industrious leave Monday for Montreal, where porker, and his sudden and unex- - they Will spend pected death came as a shock to all j his parishioners and friends. Only Miss Leila Yancey, of Lexington, ten weeks ago ho celebrated the sll- -' arrived Sunday to be tho guest of ver jubilee of his ordination at Holy Mr. and Mrs. James Cronan. was making Cross church, which surprising progress under his ad Mrs. J. P. Hanley has returned ministration. from Lexington, where sho visited Father Brey was born at Whltes-vlll- Judge and Mrs. D. E. Dundon. Ky., the son of James William Brey and Teresa Drury, slste'r of tho Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Rev. Father Edwin Drury, for many will return October 15, from Canyears stationed at the academy at ada, where they spent the summer. Loretto, who still survive him. He Mrs. P. H. Callahan and Miss attended tho parochial school at Whltesvlllo ond St Mary's College, uaitn uauanan nave . returned irom . ... .. county, from 1884 to 18SC, a visit to Now York and Atlantic Marlon when ho entered Cecellan College at City. Cecelia. Later ho entered St Josn eph's College at Bardstown and in The "many friends of Thomas 1888 went to St. Charles College at will be sorry to learn that ho Is completing his laid up with an attack of blood poisElllcott City, Md academic course In June, 1890. Tho oning. following September ho entered St Mary's Seminary at Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Eugeno O'Nell, who whero he completed courses of phil- have been making their home In osophy and theology. Ho received Jefforsonvllle, will soon leave to losubdeaconshlp and deaconshlp at the cate In Dayton, Ohio. hands of Cardinal Gibbons In June, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Lanahan", tyho 1895. July 21, 1895, ho was ele vated to the priesthood at tho havo been visiting Mrs. T. A. Lana Cathedral of the Assumption, Louis- han on Woodbourne avenuo, have ville, by the late Right Rev. William returned to Cleveland. mS vrtj. I all-e.ii-.-- SWISS CLEANING MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. OF Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS CLEANERS INCORPORATED AND SUPPER WILL BE GIVEN DYERS AND OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. .n T !.' Midseason Millinery CHICKEN Reasonably Priced. SOCIAL Fr . MISS MARY C. CARR Parlor Millinery Shop 608 EAST BROADWAY OF Home Phone City 5994 Thursday Afternoon and Night, October 14 IN ST. LEO'S HALL, HIGHLAND PARK, For the Benefit of the Church Debt Fund. I ! Thirty-secon- SOCIETY. iit. it Fun begins at 2:30 and 8pm Admission free. -j Annual Autumn Social and Entertainment GIVEN BY THE MEMBERS OF THE SISTERS OF CHARITY NAZARETH Announce the Opening of NAZARETH COLLEGE STa FRANCES OF ROME CHURCH Avi fur-line- o, St. Xavitr's ice-crea- . Dlg-na- WHEN n NEED Church Goods Line EPW. A. AXMAN UP-STAI- RS POPULAR PRICE TAILOR e will-mak- HTTP" NX ON" j"o tt o.i. weX i.-- GREAT CONSOLATION .. JDRUG STORE -- ed MoGUE&AJRTST J Mac-Cread- Weekly Savings Club LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON - South e; HUBER HAND STOKER USED CARS BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY WEST s. cero-mpn- Irish-Americ- an ff.eeeeeeeeeej WORKlf WE WANT YOUR WV f ' , at . I PRINTING Be, Iitvitatis -- Hof-aun- iff . &. i m w at uu. KENTUCKY IRISfl AMERICAN we TarW 1. . wht HttMOMMMMtMMMMtHMMMMnntMe rfi it c.. j'a r 45fi'lSit2Wi - h&yirk UJxm .j VJST .. .,& ,1 . a T3B& ' S.? ' ' - & y'dS : '. lfciN4.; A- - '; r m?i f ".?. p Senator Bechham Says He Will Vote "No" Against the Struggling Irish Republic. Every Irish and Will Vote "No" Irish-Americ- an and Lover of Freedom Beckham's Election 'tS ? The National Press Bureau of -- the Friends of Irish Freedom at Washington Says: Senator Beckham, of Kentucky, was a Consistent Voter Against the Irish Reservations s r. ' :., J THE OLD, OLD STORY IN IRELAND -' '- t. r" f fcz" s"" u fcr a. - if 1 ... , ? Ji -- "yc.o. They're killing ex and womw too, For the wfaTiit'""o the 5reen. Hh Hi 11 ll I II . - ' . , . And Senator Beckham Voted Against A Resolution of Sympathy. tf Insure Beckham's Defeat By Voting For His Strongest Opponent. THE WAY FOR DEMOCRATS TO SCRATCH ? v i: 13 Preddeatkl Elector o . . t - ' 13 PreldatUl Elector. , ., . r-- i ""T"'i7: HMHllnIM - V, Z' " "" ..... 0 t i 'j ji r 1 rt I -- ' -; ;- LJ rer umih "' ' r ' . J" tt i -.':K .). . n. ' ft - "J i ' -- . . W- H"' . J""' wiuii".i . . "' For United State Senator RICHARD P. ERNST i.Ti3(fir.. ':' -.. J.aW.lECKHAM '- - 4 . - 'M 's A FRIEND OF IRISH FREEDOM; .- - . . H J. ,. .,,.:JiUfialMi JKBaOKTSr IRI8H . JkJS&JB-&tX&A3B- II ALY BECKHAM "If Ran I this street car company e . .Crow Takes Charge Of ho Demo cratic Campaign, in This XtS&L 0 TK$ - XWHttbtT aBaaEpHI' wM"kBK3DaBBBaBtM WCRPfByBBjPPg- - V ..mTQ0allBSJyB3S3BBm JftJ JaBBaBarSBBBBBaBBBaV Stato. ' v How often have you heard a fellow car rider begin a criticism of your street car service with that remark? And the he will proceed to show yeu how a miracmade by a few ulous improvement qould be easily-bsimple shifts. Sometimes he's right about it, too! Perhaps you, yourself, often have ideas, about improving the service. Why waste them? ,Tell us. Perhaps we can usethem. 7 Libera Voters of Party Resent tempt of Campaign For Beckham Only. At- my tJeBtVB&BHBkflP&Vt.JtZfoj bVjBLL fluti .. MBBBBBBBVBSBBflBBBV They "Will Now Ilaro Their Inning 1 Against Beckham and PEROT HALY IS IN CHARGE. light, fluffy and with good even texture made with Biscuits , ,. . The rank and flip of tho Demo- w i.uii; uaio jitiver quesuonea the right of Senator Beckhnm to take a drink of liquor and they blt- ieny resent tno idea of ho and his Anti-baloon Frequently you see things that we, who are so close to our task, overlook. Often your viewpoint is correct. . The iuai issue on tne democratic party. Haly-Beckham League friends forcing machine him . And, even if we can't fellow your suggestions, you have helped us, because you have shown a spirit of cooperation that spurs us to greater efforts for service to you. 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SOUTH My work Is of tho most exclusive kind of hand photo coloring. To Introduce my art I make this BBBn BBBBBBb fiEBBBBBBBBBBal V' ;!bBBB3BBBBBBBbY Bring This Coupon With You g MBBBaVIOBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBr BBWaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW KBaaa MBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBr i ' "1 i offer. MRS. GERTRUDE BOSS. GOOD ONLY FOR TEN DAYS GUESTS OF HONOR. Mr. and Mrs. Afaiitr!rft Mnntar. llnck saw many of his characters In tho "Blue Bird" come to lite In tho ballet which was a feature of the affair. 886-38- uence Dy tne British Government dumb. Main 1405 against the defenseless subject na tion or iroiana. under the form of law the people of that unfortunate 0 VOLT 11 PliATE $29.00 island are subjected to cruelties that 0 VOLT 18 PLATE $33.00 include even murder Itself by their 7 PLATE $30.00 oppressors. For daring to assert 12 VOLT n their right to freedom P. O. B. Detroit they are to be dealt with by their That's All For Two Years Inhuman masters in a manner that Tho only battery guaranteed uncondi- would bring a blush to the cheeks tionally for two years. Instead of "adjust- of the very devils of hell Itself. As gone by ment," you geta new battory, thus elimi- in all the centuries our eyes from tho evidence before at this nating all repair work. moment the proof Is of Burn It Up Yon, Can't England's inability to govern IreYon Can't Overstrain It land. The question of Ireland's freedom ha3 assumed its rightful SERVICE AT position as a world question and must not be permitted to remain unsettled. Tho world's sense of justice- can not longer be shocked. The 425 SOU.Tn THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. chains of that unfortunate people must be broken. The imprisonment Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana and legalized murder of these brave Main 699 or City 8226 patriots must stop. In the great world war our honor was pledged to tho defense of smaller nations and our pledge must be kept in the same Supplies-Constructi- on good faith in which it was made. The world must be .made safe for Democracy. There can be no peace In this world as long as this blot reUniversal Light and Power Installation. mains upon its escutcheon. 'And as Lighting Fixtures. Portable 'Lamps. no smaller nation ever became free House Wireing. save through tho aid of a greater Crystal Electrical Washing Machines. and stronger nation coming to Its aid so becomes the duty Imperative that America, pledged to democratize tho world, must keep her pledge to tho brave people of Ireland who ZKOOKFOKAVBa) have always been her, steadfast friend from 'Colonial days even to City 897 this good hour. jOt all the nations Muin 1890 528 WESTJJEFFERSON, sn. j, of the world Ireland is today, as always, our truest, our best and our mast constant and lasting friend in HARVEY-JELLIC- O All this Tvido, wide world and this ' nation could HI afford to turn down a friend such, as she. Let the manOMCOxroxjuraD) date go forth that this nation stands whero It stood in the days of a Washington and a Franklin, who at Ccal and the Service. Company With the cradle of our liberties promised to Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Tard at First aiid . the, aid of this nation to Ireland, any her best friend, even then, at Yard asd IClerator, Fepe and Payne's treets. time she called for aid to throw off Betfe Phones at All 1 ards. the shackles that bound her to her oppressor: This promise of Washington and franklin must be kept Camb. Phone, Main 9122 Hmm Paeee, City 2720 by their posterity. The defenseraf HOT AND COLD WATSR y smaller nations must remain our I shibboleth in peace as well as In war." The above, from the Shelbyvllle BY DAY, WJHUl OR HONXH Reeera, shows the MUSOWAaUi . and ridtrntleiM stead (toaster Beskhaia HI HOUTK THIED WR1IT, Bt. Kukri awl Msim has taken against IrUk freedom. 7 COURIER-JOURNA- MRS. GERTRUDE. ROSS L WORLD STANDS AGHAST. "The world ntnnds niMinct nf exhibition of brutality dally In h ovl- - BLDG. God-give- self-evide- nt GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. litical gain ana in every convention and primary this hypocritical Issue has been introduced for the sake of political advancement of the Haly- ueoKnam regime. In tho past the great army or liberal voters- 1n Louisville, Covington, Newport and Lexington, have supported him much to their dislike, but this vnnr thov have rebelled and Democrats by the inousanas win striKo a double blow against Beckham and prohibition. In the State Democratic headquarters Senator Johnson Camden and Gov. Cox's real friends and supporters have been thrust aside while the management of the campaign is turned over to Percy Haly and the n Leaguers. "Put none but prohibitionists on guard" seems to be the motto. The State Chairman, John Grayot, is first of all a Beckham choice, while McChesney, the head of the speaker's bureau, was formerly Haly and Beckham's choice for Governor on a prohibition platform. Percy Haly, Kentucky's leading prohibitionist, la commander-in-chieand this combination is trying to elect Beckham with a strictly dry vote, securing the prohibitionist vote of all parties. This iadone under cover though, as tho followers seem to realize that prohibition is not such a . popular Issue Just now and their orators have been told to put the soft pedal on that subjoct. Why don't we hear Senator Beckham' preaching his favorite subject of prohibition' in his addresses now? Echo answers why? Tho revolt against the Beckham candidacy is widespread and his campaign managers are making a suporhuman efforFto blind tho voters to his prohibition record,, his heartless courso towards Ireland and his unrelenting opposition to labor. Every liberal voter, must seize this opportunity to put his or her condemnation on Beckham. It is simple to scratch a ballot. Democrats can stamp under the rooster and then stamp opposite Ernst's name on the Republican ticket. In this way one votes the entire Democratic ticket with tho exception of Beckham and Insures his defeat by voting for his strongest opponent. If you are a prohibitionist, if you believe that It is a crime against God and man to drink a glass of beer, or to brew In your homo, you Bhould voto for the of Senator Beckham. During his seven years as Governor of Kentucky he was the willing instrument of the League, and he is personally responsible, first for the local option laws, and thereafter all the restrictive oppressive temperance laws which finally followed until complete prohibition. Although Dr. Palmer, the leader n of tho League in this State, is Republican, ho was in constant conference with Gov. Beckham to secure votes for the prohibition cause. Having won his fight in the State, Dr. Palmer rallied his power ful iorces to aid in the election of Beckham to the United States Son ate, where his voto was needed to fasten upon the necks of the people the yoke of the Volstead law and the constitutional amendment, by Dy which the free citizens of Amer ica are deprived of their liberties and made the victims of official persecution by the army of spies which the Internal Revenue Department has turned loose In the various States. In Kentucky all the old Haly Beckham crowd are on tho payroll spying on the people for a possible violation of the obnoxious prohibi tion laws. Aside from their duties they are putting all their surplus energlos in an effort to return Beckham to tho Senate, and his Interests como first before the success of Gov. Cox and the Congres sional nominees on the Democratic League ticket. The wants Beckham back in the Senate because he is pledged to strengthen the Volstead law and to voto against every attempt to modify it. Tho prohibitionists plan to not only make it a penitentiary offense for one who manufactured beer or wine, but to visit an equal punishment on the man or woman who dares to take a glass of either. Anti-Saloo- used the prohibitionist issue for po R I ST OS FLOUR BISCUIT RECIPE - 2 1 ',H level cups Arlstos Floun cup sweet milk or water teaspoon salt 1 heaping 1 heaping tablespoon lard teaspoon baking powder .. bowl. PROCESS Sift Arlstos Flour, salt and baking powder together In pan or Rub lard In thoroughly and then add milk or water and stir briskly with a spoon. Mold on floured board and bake In quick oven. f, JOHN H. SHuME & COMPANY Haly-Beckha- m DISTRIBUTORS This Trade-Mon Evtty Sack r ' , till AA tpi.KJKJ Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and oldest Bank in the State. bbbhbbbLbbIBbbbbbk National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU , bbBkVs'bB "JbbHbKT $bKL TAYLOR TRUNK CO. BBBHBbBHBBBBHBiBHBBBHiHH 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFPIOE Phone City 6827 Main 157G-- J Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases, and Dealers In Leather Goods REPAIRING A SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE, KT. . DON'T FORGET THAT GRAY-VO- N Anti-Salo- ALLMEN nrcomrexA1 Anti-Saloo- Sanitary Milk Co. AMERICAN PRINCESS. Princess de Briganza, formerly Anita" Stewart, of New York, arriving in New York from Europe. The Princess Is tho wife of Prince Miguel of Portugal. REPRISALS PLOTTED. Sensational charges that tho Gov ernment itself was responsible for reprisals In Irelantt and that a certain number of Sinn Fein leaders were marked for assassination were made Saturday In Dublin by Arthur Griffith, founder of tho Sinn Fein organization, who said ho was first on the list of intended victims. To support his statements he exhibited to the group of American, English and Continental newspaper men, to whom he made a long statement preferring the charges, alleged official documents obtained by Sinn Fein agents. Among these papers was an official permit alleged to have been slgnedby Gen. Sir Novil MacCready, military commander of Ireland. It was made" out to a man named Hardy, who has had a lifelong career of forgery and lmprison- 'mont, and who is alleged to nave irom been released prematurely prison on a ticket of leave signed by Ian MacPherson, as Chief Secretary for Ireland, permitting him to move about freely In Ireland unhampered by police surveillance, in the role, as Griffith asserted, of Government spy. Although accustomed to almost dally sensations, Dublin was greatly nxc.ltfid over the revelations which were published in one of the afternoon newspapers. It is pointed out that. If the documents are authentic, Griffith is Jiable to arrest under the defense ofcthe realm act and under the new restoration of order act, for havlnc them in his possession, ana oarticularly a military order relat ing to a movement of troops not yet ---- IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK it ASK YOUR GROCERS." THOS. J. BROCAR Automobile Repairing Tires Accessories - Tubes PHON CITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY Anti-Salo- on f 1RPTEL "'VVfK L. mmL - DRINK to - Mri K .BtfivsBV tsv dODBLE-MR- K Sf ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY . HELP RAZED TX)WN. The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant COAL CO. Tt tht IIBfON HOTEL Balbriggan, tho Irish town recentwrecked by the "Black and Tans," will be restored by the Nova Scotia branch of the Self Determination for Ireland League of Canada, the provincial convention at Halifax has decided. Delegates were named to attend a Dominion convention of the league on October 16 and 17. It is understood that many provincial and State branches of Irish societies will undertake to restore Irish towns, as Americans did la the case -, of Belgium cities and towns " by the Germans. that every newspaper correspondent i transmitting such an order, or the Buhstance of it. and editors of Brit JIUST RECKON "WITH. ish newspapers reproducing it, likeLoye of the lotheri&nd teva tre- wise are subjeet to. arrest. mendous force wfteu properly diPOLICE BURN HOUSESv rected. Tho 4kk of peoples great and small to live .their own lives and Uniformed men burned several preserve their 'b&tfow ideals and houses and wrecked others in cheracteristiee- 1s an emotion that near Skibbereen, In reprisal has to be reokoael with and wbAcn for the shooting of a Sergeant when Resi-- I stoat onmon oasiietes leave a (police patrol was attacked. out ot taeaottnt in enhomtnc for ds&ts left their homes earlier ia the . power. l day, expecting reprisal. ly aDKrB O3BR0DEI INCORPORATED CO. Megm XiOmSVIXiXiH, KRNtPUOKY. Alsa Makers of Oertcls Dark and Oertels Light. f M. J. IJyWeM, rruMtst uA Hwiftr. p. turn, ., flw rm.'ut Trw. f- - sill"'"" -- P. BANNON PIPE CO. I Drlm-oleagu- e, - Sswsr aaaXvlvert ?lp. Sanaea's Fatsmt Llssss rise fer Steam Ceacatts, Wall Cesla& Braia Tils, Vltrll IrlcB, rirs Preeflatf, Flas Llalarf, Fire Brick firsts a BeWer Tils, Firs Clay, Calsaasy Tsps. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY S73.!78.ftCUMB. MAIN S07. WOJtKfl-Thirieewtk BreekLurMge 9 . isjlfjf l a4 ftlatk a4. Maftadia. SWsiSjfJ J KfiNryoyy T ijgrsjuEx DEFEAT FORETOLD. AsoifcroAjr FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. sm& n IfZap TiasjrVw"iJ mUFSmy 3 mens furnishings laeaaeeemC X!$5!d08W.MARKETSTv?SS trr-.-- R9?5X ' MACARONI EGG NpODLES SPAGHETJ' ELECTRIC CLEANER Cleans by Air Alone. Incorporated 333-33- eeeeeeeeeaeeeeeemseeeeeaaesaeaesai Watch and Jewelry Repairing lA-ol.li Wltfvl Mc 1 riiLJ H Phono Us For a Demonstration. The Radius Jewelry Shop wort to Rex Theater OpcB Evenings Uatll 8 P. M. Borne Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS' AS IT CLEANS Chiluers Elect. Co. 5 -- Tito Keatacky Irish Ameri can Is informed that a wager of $1,000 is offered that Senator Beckham will be defeated in the coming election, tills proving the old adage that "straws show which way tho Here is an wind blows." for Beckham's opportunity friends who are not yet convinced that tho voters are determined to bo rid of Beckham and tho combino in Kentucky politics. Haly-Bcckliam A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. PBNDENNS 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Inc. Corner Fourth and Jiff erson BEST CHEW iDrs. Harrison and Strasshurg Wo Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE oo Phone City 4G93 Phono City 40S WEST MAIN ST. City 135 fllnin TlECENT DEATHS. Many friends extend sympathy to George and Theresa Heffernan, 1563 Story avenue, from whose homo tho Angel ot Death on "Wednesday took their infant daughter Marion, whose remains were tenderly laid to rest In St. Louis.cemetoryT Tafei Electric Co, Frank Hariman & Sons 230 WEST JEFFERSON AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J 412-- W SINGER Sewing Machines J. C. DORSEY & CO. City G59 NOTICE! iTM'W.'i.'M.'iaf'M' OH; Mil eeaeeeeWeeeeaeeaaaaeeeeeeeeeseeeBael Designs & Estimates Famished LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors ot Mechanical WORKS PIPE Air Engineers Work for I Shoup Optical Co. Hat Removed To DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE KY. E0US2 FAINTSBS City 985 Main 113 GLOBE TIRES .O . City 114. -- V Sunday afternoon funeral services ot over tho AT FACTORY PRICES. Aufcnkamp, remains South Benjamin Second 1491 's Easy terms. Phone us for free street, wore held at St. Louis trial on our 1920 model In your young church. Deceased was a ljrow!t Md man ot prom se and his death home. almost prostrated the bereaved parWe repair any sewing machine. ents, for whom is felt only profound Wli.'sfci sympathy. Ber-trand- CORNS.BUNIONS 1311 TmtM MmrmI NiHt SrtwtlfluHjr H EJBVnf Guthrie St. ASK FOR av LotrirrfllKr. KECO aJrmw. t tit a K.sa,S. iiti 4bu a. a. UHtnr. 542 E. JEFFERSON ST REET Son Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A WM, P. BANNON K)HTRAOTINa KMty. PLASTERER Cumb. 8. 1E4 BROOK AND BLOOM 8380 WANTED. Position in Catholic church as organist'. Familiar with church music. .Address "Organist," this office. PARRAKEET Msenlwater & Grocery ' Incorporated Company FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 408 X0UI3VILLE ART GLASS "LEADED" AND ORNAMENTAL CO. GLASS ESTIMATES MADE IF DESIRED .Metal SettlBg ia Ztac, Copper aad Brass Beveled Mirrors aad Beveled Glass Telephone City 6998 H. W. DUBISKE fl-INTER-SOUTHER- 0k CO. BLDO. FINANCIAL. SERVICI B. P. MARKHAM, Mgr. N DEAD ANIMALS 4UGHB0T GASH PRICES PAID. Call Home Phone City 721; Oaaab. Phone Main 721. LOUj&VILLE RENDERING CO. T. E. Yann Dairy Xacorporeted Co. ST. INCORPORATED Wriliam B. and Margaret May 2924 Virginia avenue, were last Friday bereft ot their MILL AND daughter Margaret May, who had WALL PAPER AND RUGS brought sunshine and 'happiness to PURE FACTORY SUPPLIES FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. The funeral took place iiae-iia- s tlerae Phone 2550 west market st. their home. WHOLESOME Sunday afternoon from Holy Cross LADD38' AND GENTS BUTTS church. To the (parents is extended SAFE. S. Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 the heartfelt sympathy of many Dry Cleaned aad Pr9sed.....ft.75 Louis A. Broring, friends and acquaintances. Work Called For aad Delivered Telephone City 2742 THE VERY BEST Mrs. Catherine Zlmmerer, sixty-tw- o PALACE OLEASTERS & DYERS years old, wife of Ferdinand LOUISVILLE CLEANERS ft DYERS Incorporated 900-9Zimmerer, died Tuesday morning at STARKS BUILDING. 865 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. her home, 1131 East St. Catherine EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' street, following an illness of several X. O AH 8 weeks. Besides her husband she is AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING survived by threo sons, Fred, George Oa Taraitars, Diamonds sad other 3Per-and Joseph Zimmerer; a brothor, oaai Property at x,oweat sates la City APPAREL SOFT DRINKS George Hein, and one sister, Sister eSeeeeeeeeaeHaaeeieeeH PEOPLE'S PX0VZSB1T3? ASSOCUTXOX Manager Mary Joseph of the TJrsullne order. ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, BaaaaasawsBaaisaaaBWP Funeral services were held ThursUv MONDAYS ONLY Incorporated day morning from St. Martin's S. W. Cor. Third and Walaat fits. 20S COLEMAN BUILDINGct aw FRED. C LOEMKER SUITS DRY church. S. B. COR. THinD AND JEJTFER80N s CLEANED, frr Ch. Mrf. frroiMw H. JM--w St. Matthews 67 Crescent 29-- L years old, Jphn Vogt, eighty-fou- r PRESSED FOURTH AND O STS member of the Veteran Firemen's ASSENT LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S J. W. HESKAMF Association, died Tuesday morning HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 PIANO TUNER DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES after an illness of one week. Only BODIiU CLOSED CAB AND MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET nno of the Original 150 members of FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY HENRY GOSS City 6443; Mala 2434 the yolunteer firemen are now liv- 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE WORK ing, and they had charge of the fuBLACKSMITH ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING GENERAL Falls TNty Gleaners aad Dyers Home Phone, City 8398 neral services, which were held Qafck Service aad GjaaUty Tia Roofs Repaired aad Patated Thursday morning at St. Boniface We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE Gaaraateed Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty church. Ho is survived by a daughYOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR jtabBer aaa Paper Stoclc 131 ST. MATTHEWS - - - KENTUjOTKY ter, Mrs. Gertrude "O'Brien, SOU WEST BROADWAY gTDTF HAT RENOVATED North Shelby street, with whom ho LOUISVILLE WASTE lived; a sister, Mrs. Theresa Karst; Avoid tlie rash by coHsalUag as bow THE 8HEFPARD MFG. 00. CALL US FOR MATERIAL CO. . two grandchildren and one greatHAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING Incorporated grandchild. 01.6S WEST JEFFERSON 8T. OUR SPECIALTY STEEL AND IRON WORKERS Home Phone, City 1189 Following a Jong illness Mrs. Mary NATIONAL HAT OLEANIKa years, pass- LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Kolran, aged sixty-eig1812 WEST MAIN STREET WORKS . ed Into eternal rest Tuesday after pome Phone, City S77 ALBERT SMITH, Prop. noon at her home, 413 Guendallne LOUISVILLE, "ky. FOR ALL PURPOSES City 5161 street, leaving three sons, Joseph P. 838 W. Market St. Steam Forglags aad Fire Escape Keatacky Cowmmers Oil Compear Kelran, Memphis; John A. and Edand ward Jfeiran, Apparatus Oar Specialty Keateeky daughters, Mrs,Louisville,Lynch three City 866 LoalsviUe West 866 Molly and Miss Norma Kelran, Louisville, and CO. JOHN B. O'LEARY & MrB. Lilly Kelly, Akron, Ohio. Two MaaaaaaMIMfll IbWI He4ts.itarters far sisters also survive, Mrs. Anna CasCity Elevator and Warehouse ter and Mrs.; Thomas O'Grady, jPPBSaWPfHj lnP9VaaisBaHBaiSB OtTY AND FARM PROPERTY Loulsvlljo. Mrs. Kelran was born in Hay, Grain and Feeds gee as akout aaytalag la real Ireland, coming to Louisville while aaa" raaj. The Home of "Quality Feeds" state. We mU. suy a young girl. Her funeral waa held Thursday morning from St. Paul's 804 W. JEFFERSON ST. JLS2 N. FOURTH ST. AND church, of which she was a faithful ytXFmSSTN THE Home Phone City 4464 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. and rasppcted member. Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers In Miss Kate Bowon, aged sixty-tw- o and for many years a highly esteemed resident of this city, died Monday night at the home of her brother-in-laMulverhlll, John 2508 West Broadway. Her funeral took place Thursday morning from by Bt. Charles church, attended many mourning friends. Kupor, bJf'frA? """ Uriah Z. Lltsiy Chirapvdlat S07 'jlBVEHlBflftBaakDaal Stark Dr. Speed Building. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED t Bath Pbo?M Baililat NEILL-L- A VIELLE EWING'S DAIRY Established 1820 Louisville, Ky, OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Iaoorpo ratal. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced oa Your Plata KMls SUPPLY CO. ld PRODUCTS Sia West Jeffersoa Street (Second Fleor) Hosae Phone City 2967. DENTIST O. 01 EPPING'S SEE POOLEY FOR HONEY. Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. , F. B, POOLEY, Beem 1, Courier-JournBaUdiaj. 418 S. Fourth Street. la-oai- es al OF AUTOMOBHiBS NIGnT AND DAY. Gcificral Repair Work, Cleaalac; aad Polishing. STORAGE Kentucky-Indian- a 1 r - $1.25 Automotive Co, Home Tel. 30S3 JOHN Broadway Shoes at First. For Every Member et the Family Home Phone 3906 FRED FEIGE A SON UNION MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE - at Oil and Grease Kara S1m, Prea. J. O. Jaees. Bea ea4 Trtea, L. GRAUMAN CO. Incorporated , Za AU ini ruwrn, Xteds sum, nters, BIO ht aae of mtti caaa JUta-Skow Cues, Cematon, RkslvlBf, ate. HBaaaaaaMaHaaBaaaaaaaaaaa Oscar Farmer Sons Beaia Phase, etr lttt Phone City 2154 THE ZERR CO. Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING Wt K. A. WSNZEL tQ510 Both Phases 4AM SOUTH Both Phones 2406 Horns Phone, city 7es ? ,Chf. . Xrsyp PARALLELS BELGIUM. Complete Line of Serviceable KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale aad Retail nana sr srexsc, vitas AH xia&s et aaMksa afeftta SOS EAST JKFFERgPN BTRKBT AEUTLINGER , Adelph Reatliajger TCOBNADO, . CO. FIRE INSURANCE UABnJTY .AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET JOHN B. WATHEN rUllNETURB MOVING AND PACKING Tweaty-eesah EC iW goetk Wast HI Shawnee 1988 LONG DISTANCE HAULINa H.B0SSES0N . LOUES SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS What is the difference between the outrages perpetrated by British eoldlors and police In Ireland today and those that wore roundly condemned when they occurred Jn at the beginning of tho war? Simply this: That tho former are perpetrated at tho behest of the British Government which shed hypocritical tears over tho destruction of Louvaln, Thus wo read in tho press dispatches :'"PoJIce afjpr the murder pt Constable BurJte, sot fife to tho busi ness district, and burned fwonty- eignt nouses." 'inat parallels tne sack of Lou van r but it is given less than four lines In f)ie press dispatches. Talk about civilization! Bel-glum SCHCTOL SHOES Opea BvcHlHga Until Nlae O'clock City 8910 Res., Shawnee Incorporated 1863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. "HAYRHJE PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET SAMBIiY AH Kinds atBal-brlgga- n, J. M. BUCKNER - - - KENTUCKY Suf- WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE Thirty-tw- o TOBACCONIST 906 WEST MAIN STREET BROS. SHOE STORE Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 UKIOir MADE WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERAELS SHOE REPAIRING 1508 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shipp PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES MOLDERS' SHOES QO EJ. 3BROAJOWA. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET MOUK FHONB 8ft C20 WW Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN f Bryan appealed for the Belgian, Tatt appealed for the Russian Jews, but Woodrow Wilson and Colby can't say a word for a noble Irishman, one of the bravest mortals who ever gave his life for freedom. Enough said. Indiana Catholic. WOMAN FOR OFFICE. Miaa Catherine Doran, of Detroit, was nominated for Secretary of j State by unanimous consent of the Michigan Democratic State convea II tion Wednesday. CAN'T SAY WORD. It Years Ought To Be ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity It'a For Sale Give Me a ot Footwear For the Whole Family " Two HAMBLVS Stores and Portland. Shaw 171C ath and Magaalae City 714 18th OaU NATIONAL HATTERS 32S WEST -- PINK VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. JEFFERSON STREET Both Phoaee DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone. City 1931 ttaaaaeoeaeaeaeifeejte3sie)eeae)ee)aeaeeta You Want A Beverage TkatStimuIatM and Satisfies. J I GRAN W. SMITH'S SON jl AL, S. SMITH, PROP. k BETIILEIUDL Bethlehem of Judea, "where Jesus a city of about aO.OOO inhabitants. 6,000 of whom are Catholics. A large part of the remainder belong to the Oriental Or thodox church, t . was born, is today ATTEND CHURCH. 11 j j f J. J. BARRETTS SONSf FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. WVWWWlw'11 CUMBERLAND MAIN SS71 zooamj.a OPTICAL ! COMPANY Feurth and Ckefitnnt. BRINK FEHR'S 1 i Funeral Director ' and Embalmer 1 1 r BOTH PHONES 810. !! The list of New York church gives 200,000 Jew. 350,600 Protestants, 1,250.000 Cathollee out ot a population of 8,045,000 persons. OUR LARGEST GUN. The AMBROSIA Made From Choicest Grain and Hope. I! ! I 30UTHEA5T CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi J j! ( II I evaaeaee)aeaeaeaeaeaaeae)aaeaeene)iins II M iW I Sk 33. JkKalxi ftt?. Nvtvviiwftvtwfrwwi L. IX B.AX r fi. mm. mss vm Embalm . j ta. uikm ateta XItv the Panama taa, torgeat jpta vaed atatea amy is tne whieh t$ Jj e EVRItVWUKItE Order & Case Seat Heme Today 8BICVBD ! I II f H II eH 1 t 11 IIH f I ! anKesa-hMf- Caal , im the 'type used aa Jl J DOUGHERTY & HcELUOHl ) . ctv 467hom CtKtral j I ; LOUISVILLE. KY. The towns of,-- Balbricgan. Trim Jj and Mallow, In Ireiaad, are among (j tee latest places eurnea by the Jrlt II isa "Hws.- YLXCVm 1WRNHD. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ConsHmrs C, I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH SJ02JgJa, . ' Ch-- W, INOORPORATKO i FuBaral Director axd tfMHKDUML K8. rt- -j 2SZS2L .In OkleAfo tear are 8 I, Catholic. 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Hold nt Dorpat, which sought to end tho war between. Esthonia and Soviet Russia, tho truco falling at the laut nilnuto by disagreement among the delegates regarding frontier protection. Seated at tho table left to right are Military and political representatives of Latvia, military representatives of Poland, Dr. Antono Blip, Esthonia Minister of Foreign Affairs, Representative from Llthuana, Lltvlnoff representing tho Bolshoviki, Suits, and Umblia, Lltvlnoff's secretary. $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 DOMINICANS AT ST. BONIFACE. STILL ALIVE. BISHOP BEAVEN CALLED. ht . ...-- . . DEPRECIATION i One difficulty with any sort of property is Depreciation The money you have deposited in a Savings Account with this Company never depreciates. It is always worth one hundred cents on the dollar. And the longer you let it alone the more it is worth. Start an account with us at once. The feast of St. Francis of Assisl, commemorative of tho founder of tho great Franciscan order, was celebrated with religious solemnity and splendor on Monday at St. Boniface church. As has long been tho custom, tho Dominican fathers of St. Louis Bertrand's church participated in the coromonles, celebrating the Solemn high mass, at which the Rev. Father Meyer, O. F. M., preached the sermon. At tho ovenlnp service the "Transltus" was sung by tho Franciscan fathers and the students of tho monasteryiln commemoration of tho death of St. Francis, INDESTRUCTIBLE. Wo call the attention of the readers and advertisers to the Garage Equipment and Supply Company, who are tho distributors or the Ray battery, made in Detroit, Mich. Tho plates aro made by the new formula, known as tho 'Lavier formula," and aro practically Indestructible. Tho Ray Battery is backed by a written two-yea- rs' Right Rev. Thomas D. Beaven, for Terence MacSwlney, Lord Mayor years Bishop of tho of Cork, who Thursday morning be- twenty-eigday of his hunger Roman Catholic diocese of Spring-fiol- d, gan tho fifty-sixt- h Mass., died Tuesday of heart strike at Brixton prison, passed a fairly good night, hut did not ap- diseaso. Ho had been abio to aw pear very much rested, according to tend to hid duties until within a day years or two. Ho was seventy-on- e a bulletin issued by the Irish League. Ho was very old and a native of Springfield. He weak, but otherwise there was no succeeded to the bishopric on tho particular change in his condition, death of Bishop Patrick T. O'Jteilly in 1892. Bishop Beaven was a vig the bulletin added. The noon bulletin of the league orous executlvo and worker, and his read: "Except that he is very tired, death brings a great loss to both the there Is no change in Lord Mayor Church and State. The Springfield MacSwlney's condition. Tho doctor diocese has a Catholic population of who visited him this morning says about 4uu,uuu served by 40U (priests ho finds the Mayor's body in a ana 215 cnurcnes. shocking stato of emaciation and is HONORED BV VATICAN. unable to state how long ho will live." . New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Bk'-'SjB v i as" iB ?9wi Coffee Prices Higher Wo offer onr C sssa Blend Coffee,excellent Kewn luQ 2 lbs. forty - eeeeea3 ff 1-- 2 wit., E'lStsalr This means only a small increase over tho old price fof this Coffee. This is tho best Coffee for tho priea on the market. Give us a trial. JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established 188S PATRICK STONE. f Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Buildiag X i Feurth and Main. unconditional guarantee, and calling for no "adjustments, carrying no "riders" of any nature, with tho exception of wreckago by accident to the car or freezing. CLOSING LAWN FETE. Tho conKregatlon Thirty-fift- h ti.. nifiest Trust Company In the South. DR. T. J. SPBBRS DENTIST Phoae City 1707 444K(ee High Class Furniture AT LUWC&1 rKH-w. 326-2- 6 W. Jefferson Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE .. 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. I FRED G. JONES & CO. 8ASII, DOOKS, BLINDS AND MILIAVOKK Louisville, Kj. Brooka ml A Sts. SHINGLES LATHES FLOORING LUMBER 7 Srweh Tarfl as ffcrtMk, INCORPORATKJ 41t to 480 B. Breek&rMfct m&m 0M tMFm JFTWW and Our Lady, wu avenue! win give tuu ciusiug fete of tho season o.n tho church Monday and Tuesday grounds next afternoon and droning and the ladies will sflrveti supper on of SCOTT 'NOW HAPPT. Rer. Father Martin both days. O'Connor, the pastor, and the memHis legion of Louisville: and Kenbers of the congregation invite their friends to come and spend a pleasant tucky friends welcomed the news tho first of the week of the arrival afternoon and evening. Miss Prlscilla, to' of a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bullitt, who are ENROLL LARGE NUMBER. guests of Mi's. Bullitt's parents, Mr. Tho Knights of Columbus night and Mrs. Charles D. Stimson, at school has an enrollment of nearly Seattle, Wash. 1,000, much the largest enrollment EXPERIENCED. that school has ever had. There are. so many different subjects taugnt Dr. A. H. Edwards, who has re that ono can study what he wishes, and If ten men wish a certain sub- cently located here, comes highly ject that will be added to the list. recommended as an eye, ear, noso Most of the classes will be held at and throat specialist. Dr. Edwards St. Xavior's College. Those for tho ha3 had three years In tho oyo, ear, colored men aro at St. Augustine's, noso and throat hospital In Europe and has been in active practice for Thirteenth and Broadway. twenty-fiv- e years. LADIES SERVE SUPPER. CHANGE FOR WINTER. The pastor and members of St. At. St. William's church, ThirWilliam's congregation aro making elaborate preparations for their fall teenth and Oak, Father Pioper, the entertainment, to be held In St. pastor, has changed tho masses on William's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak Sunday to conform to tho winter streets, on the afternoon and even- schedule, and hence the timo for ing of October 19. Besides the these masses will ,be at 7 and 9 many attractions air inviting supper a, m. will ho served by the ladles. FRANKFORT. BISnOP RnODE. Sower, Midshipmen Leonard Tho Right Rev. Paul P. Rhode, Thomas N. French and Udolpho BIshoD of Green Bay, Wis., last Sat Sneed Bradley, who have been with an- their parents In Frankfort for tho h urday, celebrated tho niversary of his birth In Poland. past month, have returned to AnBishop Rhode was orualnea on June napolis. While in the capital city 17, 1894, and consecrated Auxiliary they were tho recipients of much Bishop to Archbishop Quigley, of Chicago, on uly 29, 1908. He was KNIGHTS WERE BARRED. transferred to tho See of Green Bay Two American Knights of Columon July 6, 1915, which has a Catholic population of over 150.000,. with bus have been refused permission to about 250 churches and 300 priests. enter Cork prison. , tHe-pris- of Church- - of Ruddl beath has once more visited St. Louis Bertrand parish and taken ono of Its pioneer and long useful citizens in tho person of Patrick Stone, bejoved husband of the lato Mary Stone and uncle of Mrs. L. H. Moyerr 962 South Sixth streot, with whom he had been making his homo. He was seventy years old, but up to the .end took lively Interest in tho affairs of tho parish, being a contributor to every worthy cause and always ready to ,ald a neighbor. A large congregation of sorrowing friends was 'present at the funeral services Wednesday morning at St. Louis Bertrand church, when a requiem mass was celebrated for tho repose of his soul. .. Appointment of several American clergymen to now dignities in the Catholic Church has been announced at tho Vatican. Monsignor Arthur Lane, Oregon City, Ore., has been mado Apostolic Prothonotary; Monsignor Michael Phelan, New York; Edward J. Flynn, Mt. Vernon, N. eph Killin, Philadelphia, has been named private chamberlain. Father Patrick J. Keane, Oakland, Calif., has been nominated titular bishop of Samaria and auxiliary bishop of Sacramento. CHICKEN SUPPER. ton, .Nob., have been appointed do mestic prelates, and MonsiKSor Jos LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. people of Lonisville at this safe, conservative More Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a Y.,and Cawrenco LDunphy, Sut deposit of than 50,000 Bank more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built byttJ th bank. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND The people of St. Leo's parish, Highland Parkj have about complet- oa pians lor tne cmcKen supper ana social to be given in tho school hall afternoon and night This social Is to be given for the benefit of tho church debt. For weeks Father Newman and the la dies havo been preparing for this affair, and they .promise that everything will be good and that nono will go away hungry. Highland Park women are noted for this. next-Thursd- Phono Yenr Order Try Our 'Heme Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Best of ConfcciioMS. Phone City 8574 GUMS , BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. ay SMOKERS CIGARS ATTENTION TOBACCO I CIGARETTES ELECT LOCAL WOMAN. Two of the six officers elected by tho Kontticky Chapter of the American War Mothers at the" final session of their second annual meeting, held here the past week, wero Louisville ladies. They aro Mrs. Kato B. Taylor, who will bo Second. Vice President, and Mrs. Genevieve O'Connor, who will ho Auditor. Tho next annual convention will be held at OHESTERFIED OABIELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thirty-fiv- o LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CA.PORA.L $1.70 Per Carton. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- Preston and Jefferson e E INCORPORATED TOBACCO STORES te 213 "West Jefforson Frankfort. FORTY nOUBS. Forty Hours' devotion in honor of tho Blessed Sacrament will begin at St. Bonlfaco church tomorrow morning and will continuo until Tuesday. Sermons explaining the devotion and exhorting tho people to renewed zeal In behalf of tho Real Presence will An be given morning and evening. earnest invitation is extended to the public to participate. TIIEY. ALL LEAD. For Buslneaa BLUE GRASS GARAGE INToxv OiDoaa. "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROiF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ALL AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPEMAL AnENIIflM TO THEATER STORASE 25 CTS. KEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. 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