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Market St. Kentucky Irish American . i FHCtlfc HSMC Svyry Orlrer as Bwoft 1800 C ItttaNtaTrnkie tTrntftr Jaeerporato It VOLUME XLV.-N- O. 16. would wage warfare "on tho Iniquitous and damnablo laws forced on tho colored people by tho railroads LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1920 1 PRICE PIVE CENTS. hold. Over 160 "Black and Tans" have taken up possession In Annagh demesne and house, Ballyglunln, tour miles from Tuam. The summary ot official reports of outrages says Tallyho House, peerpark, Athenry, was maliciously burned down. Members of Congress Willing to A largq detachment of soldiers Suitable Memorial Site Jn'-fIn Omagh, and tho milihas arrived tary authorities nave commandeered, Washington. tho Town Hall and tho County Court REPUBLICANS Drag Poor Old Warren Gamaliel Off Cox V Ills Porch Drive. et K. OF and public places." NYgro - Republicans Boo Brother Hunt For Suggesting Segregation At Revival. Beggar Num- Koyatonors " and Firemen Taxpayers With Record ber of Smashups. KEYSTOXER COLLECTS TOLL. .rr Lmrtm PMvfar - S A Irj iron Th Black and Tan: Murdwr and O --J?" T ?z. -WSWJ5?A3i,Sa lll, MllMisnMiBpm r Tfcov EEBHIIHBlK,an.inBHDMViKin. Ml. sfcoesirtgfT,'f:JswiW SflsvSr!''11!! T'ttjWF''.' - peeves. Atrocities of tke Bashi Bazouks. i mmfr Tmnj" wm" wenmiy; thB"waters toPatrolraanWilllam an ife-i5M.---i-L big moneyed Interests, -- Tho plans Harding's backers or Figurehead have certainly gone wrong. As everyone knows, It was intended that tho old gentleman should sit on his porch at Marlon, Ohio, and tho boodlo boys would furnish the flrework3 with a few set speeches delivered from tho porch. Tho audiences would be composed of Reand publican brought from tho different sections of the country and the press agents would givo out statements of the "big representative that heard Senator Harding.'' Recently tho machine of this section sent up one of those "representative audiences," the machine" footing the bill for any old Idler that cared to make tho trip. All required in return was that he must bo a good shautor for tho Republican cause. But ead 'to say, .thcao Jaunting trips have been can 'Campaign Commltteo is collectWhipped" and poor Harding has been ing 7,C0 each from tho women forcbOvOff the porch by tho trend of nt tho Alms nonso, onr pan-pscntlraciifc-f- or Gov. Cox. Tho G, O. institution. Old CapU KIdd, P. nominee ls"fealng Jerked nboot Jesse James and all of tho ancient the-- cbuntry to try "and offset tho pirates and bandits must have turnCox demonstrations and tho morfey-te- d ed over ia thejr. graves when they Interests are spending .oodles of heard of the Republican machine of money for fireworks and noise.- Loujevlllo collecting monoy the ' T'ho Republican press a working homo of tho poverty strickenIn. And tfeepewiteily to make Harding a popu- unfortunates. What a conscience lar fierura with the masses of the the bjrd must have that personally voters, who thus far haven,'t beeOj goes to the poor nouso to mage tms w SMS to see warren, immmiw. the Immm&MMM office-holders chair-warme- can not help from Domocrata Bmlllng at tho spectacle of the Republican Campaign Committee , trying to arouse enthusiasm for tho figurehead nominee of tho Uttlo group of fossilized Senators and tho ' rs atf-djen-ce The colored Bishop from Chicago was heartily applauded and tho taboo was put on the Gypsy Smith revival as far as tho colored brothers and sisters were But what an awful blow concernod. for a staunch Republican and party worker liko Rev. Hunt to ' boj snubbed and hooted by hla follow Republican brothers and sisters. This Is the season for high rec "Babe" Ruth sots u record ords. with flftjNfour homo runs. Man oi War breaks, the turf record. Jack Dempsey obtains a high place In prize ring history, but for a real high record we would like to see tho official list of wrecks and collisions of tho police and fire department In Louisville since the "reform" administration took hold. Dally and nightly come stories of smashUFts and wrecks until tho poor suffering taxpayors wonder it thero When tho Is any apparatus left. near Mayor and his crew go out they can always point with pride to ono department that never loafed on the Job or had a political sinecure, and that Is the repair shop for tho police and flio department. No matter how largo the crew thero they must be overworked when bno considers tho awful destructive powers of tho Keystoners and "hick" firemen when they go out on a run. Flro Chief Neunschwandor staged a "movie" last .Saturday that ought to make a hit. A make believe flro with was staged at tho Wlllard comedy rescue performances by the "hicks." Great stress was laid on the areed of tho department getting there, etc., but tho dcscrlbers failed to add that everything was set for the "movie" show. First the Kej stone pollco cleared tho streets no tltc department would have nono of tho usunl wrecks and then men went through every floor of the hotel raising tho windows FROM THE INSIDE so tho boys could perform. W.onder Paul Burllngamo and the near Mayor didn't award medals tor this heroic (?) work. You'vo heard of the champion mean man who robs the blind fiddler or steals a baby's candy, but a now candidate for "grouch" honors has appeared in tho field and deserves consideration. Tho Republicm-ploycr I DEMOCRATS WOT fJ WILL TO VOTfe: recog-nize- : OE"DlFERENT CALIBER. Pro-A-id- o ci 'IFtBLECTJSDI SHALL PPE6ENTTNE CLAIM cAar - IRELAND 5 TrPEEDO M.'.' &AU6E Of ICELAND THROUGH the, BA"R of pUBLi I C$ OPINION of the. WORLD THROUGH THBAGENCV otbc NATIONS " LEAG-UB oi1-- L The military authorities stopped; the monthly fair at Mldleton, and a fair announced to bo held at Now- townshandrum, Charlevllle, which Is outside the curfew area. British military cut off all traffic on the main road from Ballyvolane, four miles from Cork, and scoured the countryside, raiding farm houses and searching fields and gardens. Somo twenty private houses were thus raided. At 12:30 In the morning a party of British military accompanied by one policeman broko down the main door of HIgglns' licensed premises, Upper Abbey street, Dublin, in the absence ot tho owner and rushed Into tho house brandishing revolvers. Tho caretaker and manager were, held up while the rooms woro com-- . plotely searched. Tho ra d lasted ' thteo hours. 'On tho same night another party of British military made a two search of tho house of J. SeheC-mr,ff- y Houbo. I,Uno,s Stat0 Commander Cites won derful Spirit and Watchfulness of "Cascys." , Tho Finest Offer Eer Made Cowcs' Liko n Bolt From the" Blue. , ,. KNIGHTS HAVE WON HEARTS,' , I Members ,,.. ,,,. wltn them a bag ot scraplron which leTheyk they subsequently described as a "sack of bombs." British military raided seventeen private houses in uungarvan, uoun ty Waterford. Among tho houses raided was that of M. Greaney, Re publican member of tho Local DIs trict Council. A raid was also car, rled out on tho Dungarvan Gas Works, " W ""' L t0 work tor tho Passage of a bill to provide for a suitable site in s' Ington for tho proposed $5,000,000 Wash-hour- both par ..,.. theirofwillingness. of Congress C. tI?n'f,htaAof Columbus havo offer- Legion, and American Legion posts In all parts ' "i headquarters expressing resolu- of appreciation of the offer. State Commander William R. Mc- uauioy, of Illinois, where the K. C. "J.or,gInated' 6ent the following "Everyone who had anything to tlons "" Gov. Cox, Democratic nominee for Prident, tayt he will aid Ireland's cauc, but ay he will not recognize Beckham, Democratic Senatorial nominee for Ireland and voted against a resolution of sympathy. 1 Mil - IRELAND'S CONDITION f I" A6. "e?' fd1urlnIstUOrWilr The residence of Major McCarthy f.nn 8 County fc110 O'Leary at Coomlogano. another Instance of their W. Cork. wn forclblv entered and raid- P?" f,ler "Performing as ed by British troops, who broke doors and windows In their search. """ now as thoy did t nrmf nn no. Mninr nT.onrv t tlvo servile with the British forrcs. ,' hn "v,1?16 of (At ?, Drumree, County Leltrlm ib6 f Britlsh military and pollco raided nerty. said: "Wo bollovo that 'a na- nvnr ,Ia Wash'D,gtfn fV Brl tab troops accompanied by an "?aL J8 ,apSropr,,avto. a armored car and two machine guns Annd,,r.nbSLl0VO surrounded the offices of tho Cork Examiner a Nationalist newspaper !2m JS1 ,a lSOtuK a9 w01'"8.1, Purpose;Deeds while other parties of troops torclbly entered and searched tho 5fm,nro of hulldlng we proposo to nromiRPfl arrested orect for tho Region. Our gift will onFth7;etsPeof80CorkWon au,J JS?" whole-heartedly F,-a- " 2".?"o6"1 nenS' W VJ Ji j tfc-- th,the h, of being "abroad" between 10 p. m. and 3 a.'m. without permission of A DSiid?n.frmwSffl5 'S Bn . i ' , e la--Waj- V J5' iT'PIt:t)nffi Bai iV V M. V .1 J yJ!i.5Sri 3k9Kr & jiit.iTC , tho British military authorities. Sixteen persons were arrested on the streets of Dublin on the same aad F. McNamar- a- vwe MWHffes Js tJMw-1- fcewsHft tw"wme or the former, Clonllffe aveaue, iln, by British military and police. KJ&3 fiM1 f1 ml I??!' 8r?f.?f ."il tr5 & Pw 'f0 - "S-T- S. -- vi . f.' .Joseph, Toowey and two lodgers v .Vmwv w, -- feVU,ll--L-TSTT 1 m over Harding's selection and la Stlefvater.. who resigned tho other hGrrfanTybnrdUffirSn8Conhr Bdltorlal said the "convention was day but didn't toll why, adding that men, and that in he was still a good Republican, we?; arrrcsnteyd 'to uSiT'SdSJ at ? bossed by a few answor to calls for a speaker "who which means they will put him on ? "A8h,V Z? Dungarvan, County Waterford, by a wasn't agreeable to the bosses tho again when the public Isn't looking. "H? midnight raiding party of British a?prf J? l Chairman would cay that he was Stlefivator was stationed in the Sixth Their Stay in the Country Meant Worse Crimes and Sir Frederic Maurice and Sir not In the hall." Sarcastically the district and one of his Impprtant poHerald said further that it congrat- lice duties was to go to the baking iftjftST voruntaarrpSce,8.n0ntehe Herbert Gough Demand the Instant Withdrawal of This Dis-- i ulated "the Senate group who pick- company at Seventh and Magnolia who had already won our ed the nominee," and then went on every morning at 4:30 and get free was reputable and Mercenary Force. to say that It doubted if Harding bread for his Sergeant and superior arritmSatm named Roean Gas eirrrern8 War' -J could win wltnout gening me in- office-- a One fine morning last Works by British police and mill- - and0eX18n dependent vote, meaning that thohweek our noble officer wended his tarv. No charge was brought against ta" Sad to tSTme!?-machine selection did not appeal to way to get his dally (bread and also tho people. But tho bosses' whip tho dally bread of his fellow Fan LeB'on for the purpose of erect- British taollce cracked and tho Herald fell In line, Along comes his Sergeant, OF AFFAIRS IS WORST EVER KIN OWN IN HISTORY rahfedKilnfacduair ordpr to ascef-- .r,al nn" Puul,c welfare building in and on Harding's appearance here finds him mtsslng from tho 4:30 THE PRESENT Uio prniinii in Thursday tho Herald editor was at post and reports him. Stlofvater ?in if y burla'3 had recentlv t)eon the national capital was made at the final session of tho meeting ot tho a loss for words to gush and slob- resigns under flro, tho Board of made Supreme Board of Directors of tho ber over Warren Gamaliel, whom Safety doesn't tell why and a solar At OcJa, County Tlpperary, Brit Knights of Columbus at Chicago. It couldn't see on Juno 15, Just fol- plexus Is given tho old parable about lowing the Republican convention casting your bread on tho waters, residence of PM,,,rsuSffi? 'bv Supreme Knht James A. J. Calla- Britain's military autocracy in Tho army haH made mistakes be- him in uniform wero taken away. Treasurer Daniel when Tobo Hcrt and his man Low etc. Stlefvater now misses tho Ireland has received Its severest imcause It has boon asked to' do an Charles Fltzpatrick, a prominent means oi an expiosivu uumu. Mrs. , mmi t Ami wivn tricked bv tho sly old Sen dough he received for policing while pofrom tho ipeus ot two of its possible Job, but It is a gross libel Sinn Felner, was arrested by tho ators. To demonstrato Harding's his follow Keystonors hunger for m2l0fnTlna RNoUbl 2 DlBtr,ct McOlnleyC. and Supreme Advocatea Tho charge, If P.?nMi Joseph Pelletlor, were named Rtronirth tho Herald has been pub fresh bread and tho baking company most distinguished generals: Major on the arny to say that it is re- llco at Balllnagb. Gen. Sir Frederick Maurice and sponsible for, or has any sympathy any, is unknown. Pierce Bolger, C. to forliahinjr straw votes or straw jdopo officers say they knead tho bread. a omi firn,i sSn committee from tho K.tooftho LeBlon Gen. Sir Hubert Gough. Gen. with, outrages which aro only dis- carpenter, was arrested by military ma"y tendor ho oWer from the pill shop boxes, but for Residents end occupants in the Lieut. M,r TDonoehlll Satwuay tho Knights of Columbus somo unknown, roason will not pub- neighborhood of Fifth and Jefferson Maurice, retired, Is one of the most tinguishable from many outrages, In Gowran and taken to Kilkenny ot critics of carried out also in the form ot relish tho straw voto taken in its own aro mystified and puzzled about ono respected machine. Winston Church- prisals, by the German army In Bel- Jail. A blacksmith named Moore, by fnT Ioe,,ufe,nSaryu0taffis Gen. Gough was Bollinacrusha, Cobh, was arrested office. In a straw voto taken in Uio of tho Keystoners whqis traffic of- ill's war gium in 1914, because the German the mechanical department of tho ncr-ai-d ficer at that point Thoy want to ono.ot now heroes of tho world "war soldiers acted under the orders of military and taken handcuffed to ono of tho highest oftl Belmont hutments. r,al to and know whether ho Is keeping a toll and Is tho voto was Cox twenty-si- x guarantoo his future security nor ex- - jurjnir .American service a men killed j highest military clals in tho British army. Both Tho flat in Lolnster road, Harding three. gate or running opposition to the aro disgusted with tho military men their the 'Black and Tans' authorities V.ght. Tnmpj, Finhnrfv gov do not. occupied by J. J. Doylo and "oSfift Co1Tho publication of tho registrawhere you wait on ernment in Ireland and both predict and "Tho result of the creation of this his sister, MIs3 C. M. Doyle, P. L. Frod w- - Oalbralth, tion figures in Louisville show that yourself. This traffic director col held up- by '4 British commander ot tho AmericanNational consequences If G.., was raided by military and nn Galway. Logion. tho claim of control of tho Republi- lects toll from many wagons nnd tho direst for ruling Ireland the pres forco has been to increase remains of murders. It Is producing a exhaustive search, lasting over two policeman who thoratencd to shoot j leoture camvaiga aglnst can party by tho colored Republi- vehicles passing and It Is no uncom ent plan m; rnon in force. Gen. Maurlce'a lro Is dl- - peculiarly .revolting form ot guerrilla hours, was made; 22 In gold, some cans is a Just ono and tho 25,000 mon sight for him to be seen with rntra wna wm.mimi i,v "Radical agitation" was launched in negro men and women who regis- two or throe canteloupea and a bot-U-e rectcd against tho "Black and Tans," warfare, in which the chief sufferers documents and llteraturo, and a box branch of tho British military aro women and children. This must of photographic negatives were tered with the G. O. P. aro entitled ot milk at his feet, whllo his the A.fFia: to seats In the party councils. And pockets bulge with peaches, apples, machino holding forth in Ireland. be stopped at onco. The only way to taken. The houso of A. McGIoughlln, C. realizing that strength, tho negroes fruits of all kinds and what nots. This organisation, he says, "Is armed stop it is to disband tho 'Black and We. baSks was raided have already eorved notice on tho It seems as If this Keystoner Is and wears khaki, but the members Taos,' who ought never to havo been C, Sandymount, correspondence and and Tho the order did not Intend to atUck Jmachlno that hiding his light under a bushel and aro not soldiers, and the army is not created.peace present stato of affairs searched. Somo negotiation imposs- election llteraturo were taken away. British military fired at somo civil anybody's politics, but "to make con for their discipline, orfrom now on they want to bo on ought to bo working for tho Repub- responsible and training." He is ex- makesEnglandbymust eon lans who woro standing at their verts to common sense." Archbishop up her ible make J. Collins, U. D. C, and his equal tooting with the whites. The lican Campaign Commltteo in gath- ganization Two were wounded Kath- Patrick J. Hayes, Now York, was the loose Republican bosses have been notl. ering assessments. Anyway his tak- ceptionally blttor about to tho crown mind that she must have either Patrick," and Daniel Collins, arrested doors. peace or war with Ireland. Obvious- by military In Listowoi, wero re- leen Millar, who had a child In her principal speaker at the Columbus the flfwl In no uncertain terms that if ing or collecting ways have obtain- discipline now common leased the same day. It was explain- arms, and a young man uamed Ber- day celebration hore, It was anshe does in caustic terms tho Republicans elect tho city ticket ed wide notoriety and many wonder forces in Ireland, intentions ot the ly is high not want war, therefore ed Doherty. latter bled altime she took steps to preit that a gentleman named Collins, nard to death asThemain artery was nounced. next year there must bo negro po- what he does with a big day's col- ho criticises the a most lice, negro firemen, negro officials lection. But the majority aro anx- Government, and demands the im- vent herself from drifting into war." who Is "on the run," was in Lis- soverede by a bullet. auxiliary towoi, and the military, In tho SURPRISING. In tho City nail, negro women and ious to see wliat will liappen If a mediate withdrawal of this past two British troops garrisoned In TlpTho following is a partial list of course of tholr raids, arrested anygirls as deputies In public offices driver comes by with a load of force, created within the perary Town Issued forth from their the acts of oppression committed In body named Collins, but did not get unci nrcfiotire brought to bear on tho pianos or a warchonso delivery months. Tho aged priest editor of the Ave barracks and marched through the moro emphatic Gough street car company for negro motor wagon comes by with a load of In Gen. demands Is stillthe military and Ireland by tho police and military ot the man wanted. streets, wrecking shop fronts and Maria considers it somewhat surprisMilitary restrictions in swinroru his that the usurping Jsngiisn uovernment, sen and conductors. It is also un- hogshead tobacco. Felnoro be taken away from as reported la the aawy press: district aro getting moro exacting. calling on "Sinn windows to come out ing that nono ot tho Friends of Irish derstood that Shawnee Park is to bo and practi- Freedom has thought of reproducing tho harassed people of Ireland. "I The Limerick Press Club was raid- Raids have now been extended to nnd fight." The and the tho colored playground MESSAGE TO SISTERS, do not think," he says, "that any ed by peike, who forced an en- the national schools, both male and cally every Bhop In Bridge streot the subjoined resolutions drafted by CommissionBoard of Park the "Hon. A. Lincoln" at a meeting truthful or sane person can avoid trance. Presses -- and boxes were female. Just before Meolick school woro broken. ers jwo afraid right now to deny Supplementing his general" advice" the conclusion that the authorities searched. Prior to tho opening of an open held la September, 1849, to express had closed for tho day a cycling de given that that the negroes will be Ennlscorthy, County sympathy with tho cause of Huntp women to register and vote, Car- In Ireland are deliberately encouragT. Crowley, who was recently re- tachment arrived ana made a minute air festival at park for themselves. soldiers a party ot may be actually to Rev. M. P. Hunt, the well known dinal Gibbons Issued an oral state- ing, and what 4s more, 'counter-murde- r' leased from Limerick Jail, Is seventy-f- search of tho building, ot tho con- - Wexford, Republican Britishfrom the garian freedom. Thoy Abraham found flag In tho collection of Linyears old. ive tho teach seized a His business sternatIont it is stated, in the ment through his secretary Monday, screening reprisals and Baptfast minister and dyed (1832- meniDers oi ino town uunu, coln's "Early Speeches" by tho armed forces of the premises were burned down some ers and children. wool Republican of tho bitter type, urging Slstors of the various orders soldiers with fixed bayonets 185G), including legislative and ho arrived In A party ot police entered sevoral weeks ago by men can now testify that the negroes of tho church to take similar steps. crown." Describing the "Black and Tan," motors, the damage being Sl00t000, business premises in Frenchpark, rushed through the streets scatter Congressional resolutions, pslltical have begun a fight on segregation. In his message to the Sisters the and dragged ing tho people, and having smasneu circulars, notes, etc.: JRev. Hunt In company with other Cardinal emphasized the fact that Gen. Maurice say: "They are under Two of his sons are dying la Cork County Boscommon, Municipal Building, a window Resolved, That white ministers attended services In they wero In no sense forced to the command ot Gen. Tudor, who Jail, another Is ln an Bagllsh prison, out assistants, whom they forced to seized an liithe Republican flag. glorious struggle In their present during for threat of afe on the run. the colored church on West Chest- register and vote, but that neverthe- distinguished himself greatjy in the aad two othersWorkhouse has been leave the town underproprietors- their Thoy then outer through the town Hungarians command liberty, the drove our highest was One ot the lives. the great German attacks Kllmallock nut street last Sunday to invite the less it was a duty which belonged to soring of 1918. He to not a subor taken over by tke military oa aa subsequently informed by a police- cheering and dragging tho flag along admiration and havo our warmest colored ministers and their flocks to them in common with other women. , sympathy. In order under the defease of the man that "it any of the assistants tho round. take nart in the big Gypsy Smith re He recommended strongly that this dinate of the Commander-in-ChiResolved, That they havo our most Ireland, but it called the police ad- realm regulations, . signed by Brig. were taken back there would be no vival meeting to be conducted un duty be observed. NEW ALBANY. ardent prayers for their speedy triviser lo the Viceroy, which means 0en. Cameron. This makes three accountability for their safety." der the auspices oi tne rrotesiani umph and final success. The rela- military barracks now In Kllmallock, Sir Hemar Greenwood. John J. O'Keefe, Secretary Sinn church leaders. Rev. Hunt LOUISVILLE MEN nONOBED. was ar Tho Knights of Columbus of New Resolved, That the Government ot Balds aad searches by military Fein Club, tions between the army and the pothat seventy seats had the United States should acknowllice are well llluetrated'by what has are reported from Newmarket, Bal-- J rested with others at caehei, ana Albany had a most enjoyable reserved for the colored bees Loulsvlllians wore honored Satur- recently happened la County Clare. Hnamuctc, conveyed to Tlnnerary. of Landing day on Tuesday edge the Independence ot Hungary preachers and separate seats for the day by MllMary have occupied the vacant evening In Holy Trinity Hall. A well as a nation of freemen at the very the Kentucky Club ot the A party of police, mainly 'wck ana New Ross, Derry, Longford good colored brothers and sisters in motor Notre nrrugttu iJlUBluuuuu nun piusnutctt; earliest moment consistent with our ia the audience. This brought the University of Notre theDame, elected Tans,' on patrol Mid a five ot lorry, and other centers. named Allee, said workhouse at cookstowa. Twenty houses In Galway have in wnicn part was tauen oy misses amicable relations with the Governwere ambushed, club A young man Uie Dame, Ind when their d from a1 Irte Bterm been "commandeered" by the police, Ellen Lawrence Gardner, Helen Isa- ment against which they are con killed. Soldiers came up Ja to be a painter from Cork, was bouse the negroes cried: "Aot for officers, every man chosen being a numbermotor fcv military at Mldleton. The and the families have had to leave. bella Mitchell, Elsie Heckeh Mrs. tending. lorries aad drove off with the whites or noty native of this city. Those elected ottier as: we'll sit Van ia tho opinion Athboy was visited Resolved. the That at all," tmA Rv. Hunt was prsct!-eU- were: Colonel, Frank Bloemer, 14IJ the Sinn Fein. ,Invaded night vil reason for the arrest is unknown. A who arrested. William by military, Robert K. Frank Pelt, Messrs. Tom this meeting ThatImmediate acknowlof Zurschmlede, Joe Nolan, St. O'Donnell. the three number of houses In the town were booed off the platform. Then Peter avenue; Lieutenant Colonel, 'Black and Tan' one Norman Ritchie, lages, to add to the humiliation of the Philip Bunt, 1509 BoMwood avenna; killing looting and burning houses, afterwards searched tor a local man Michael's terrace, and removed him Rutledge, Rev. Father Paul, of Rex edgement or tne independence istsetr Mt. from American freemen- - to Richards. Cornle Innocent persons aad terrify- who is r'on the run." to the Curragh. white ministers Archibald J. Carey, Revenue: Collector, StillbooM Pfeiffer, ing women Military have taken possession of St. Frauds College, was the speaker struggling brethren, to the general Military sad pottee searched tke Watch, sod children. The solof Chicago, a colored leader and 949 Cherry row; being evening, Republican liberty, not of ISIS Trior Park turned denounced Bernard under nefro Bishop, Insult and drive, A Campbell, amoker and danc diers helped their officerswomen out, Mescekefey- - tSetrtft, Benteer, la the greater part the TUam "Work- ot theAppreciated his - address audi cause of ot the just rights end any frytMcvquet, large ot Violative Boardroom much rescue the and search ot Dents Gams. m bleyele, house, Including sad tit's Invitation as an nation of oeopfe. children end put oqt the flames. some eorrespoodeaoe end photo of where Sinn Fein Courts have been ease, satft that the nagroee (from now on mob wtti be given by the club. York SSKrTIZmA li . I'l I t' ek 1 . k VT1M -- " l. -I' ZtLK LL W.h'-- ffCLSSniSn pol-mbs. fJntff Key-Btono- WaTE cas-tlgatl- on ora o, rtlnf $0SftfftS ffiVft Bath-mlnc- B, Plggly-Wlgg- ly "wovunmentt Sft - tho-num-- ber yi - K XinlihlZTotCT' 'JULLJSr -Jr?!. . semi-milita- ry an ouuao-quent- ly - ef Carrick-on-Sui- r, cole-brati- carrusK-on-aui- r, euer-kean- y, ar-r- t $,&"-:-; o i w I fiaE&ncrjOKrv COMING EVENTS. jriertec J4JtUBJ3xcL.m. MISS MARY C. CARR ryVVVYVYVYVTVVVVVVVVVyVvyyvyVyVVyVVyyVt 'TAKES FATHEtt BREY'S PLACE. The. Rev. T. Hill, ordaiued I most respectfully solicit your support i October 20 Danco by Division 4; twenty years John and for tho greater . ago Sbbbbbbbbbbbbb&. A. O. H., Social Club at Tyler Hotol. part in the cominor bethat 5 PARLOR MILLINERY PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Turkey festival lovedalpastor time ths zoalous and Novembor 22-2- 3 of St. Ann's church, CslfceHei or St. Patrick's church Jn ball, SixSeventh and Daviess, has been namle w Social -- ad Mottl Advancement ol IfWi Amerlcaa ad NOVEMBER ELECTION teenth and Market. A splendid thowing Sat Young Men's ed by Bishop O'Donaghue to the pasOffieUUy Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. torate of Holy Cross church, Thirty-secon- d urday, October 16. of a com Institute and Catholic Knights of America. FRIENDSHIP. and Broadway, left vacant by As Democratic Nominee For Congress tho death of Rev. Celestino Brey. Ho pieie une or Publisher!) AMERICAN PRINTINO CO.. btotpctti. KENTUCKY IRISH How nice to bo remembered will assume his new duties a week C0Py7c By friends you like so well, from tomorrow. Father Hjll was If elected by the people I will be found at mSSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. S1NQLE born In Louisville and received his But sad to bo forgotten all times at my post of duty, ready and t MMttr . LouttvHtc PmloHlcc Secoad-CUt early education in St. John's school, words you can not toll. In Enttfed t th 9sbbbbbWBBsbbV this city. He later attended Mount willing to serve my constituents and fight 1 1 Wist tfttrty Strut. AMEKICAH, i For Matrons, Misses Truo friendship wo should value, St. Mary's College In Emmetsburg, Utntt All CMWwriciMw to tM KENTUCKY WISH ing tor breater Louisville, my State and t t And cherish It with pride, and for a short time was stationed and Children. t Perhaps too late to win It back at --tho Cathedral on Fifth street. I country, and for laws that will benefit the masses. t During his long service as pastor cna When once it's cast aside. t ouo EAST BROADWAY I t Father Hill has becomo widely t may linger there, known for his ploty and energy. The Tho same flamo - Phone City 5994 people of St. Ann's parish are loath', HomeTho longing just as groat, to . sever their hiicnv rolationshln t But somehow In our fond desire .. ..- We find it just too late. . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ft 1920 with Father Hill, but one and all are LOUISVILLE, KY A. J. M. rejoiced over his selection for tho and more important guilty. .Finos are Ineffective: thoy AAA A AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAaA A A Ai wldor with the "community atchargo, largo CRUDE WORK. and j congratulate check, i nro evidently powerless to the people of Holy Cross upon their good fortuno in Let us repair tli-s- o cicamuch less to stop, tho slaughter. course of tho Courior-Jour-nThe J. having placed over them so excellent trical toys and appliances and Times tho past week or ton Besides thoy place a very low valuo 5 a priest and spiritual shepherd. before the rash comes. Wft TlrK K n attempt to help Sen- upon llfo and limb, and tend to days la their Father Hill will recelvo a real welcome as tho pastor of Holy Cross. ator Beckham has at least been lead the speed maniacs to lmagino I Mrs Belle Bartley was tho weekamusing, oven though their efforts that their crime is, after all, not SACRED HEART RETREAT. end guest of relatives at New Haven. were crude and bungling. Up to a such an atrocious one as It really Electric Light Trouble Men short time ago these two papers. is. The religious ovent of the coming Maymo Honne3sy returned Miss 480 W. Chestnat St. were bitter opponents of the Irish Tuesday from a visit to Whltesyllle. week will be tho three days' triduum . Day or Night Service. of the Pas3ion1st fathers at tho Sa- -' cause and boycotted the efforts of UNNECESSARY. Call City 0. William J. Hines, .who is located ered Heart Retreat in honor of St. tho Friends of Irish Freedom to tho at Lexington in tho Government Ber- -, Gabriel, which begins tomorrow extent of refusing paid advertising Premior Lloyd George says that vice, was here Saturday and Sunday morning and concludes Tuesday evening. Tomorrow tho Rov. for President Do Valera's appear- England will declare war on Ireland on a visit Charles P. Raffo, D. D., pastor of Mr year toys an caseation tnat will ance hero and a subsequent meot-In- If tho latter doesn't .quit trying for At a fair price that is undoubtedly what prepare taaa for lif Mrs. Vireinla Pence, who was tho St. Charles Borromeo church, will John its freedom. Cards of Rev. Father It seems like this truest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard preach. Monday the Rev. George O'Connor, President of the Friends throat from tho hylpocrltical English Cradv. has returned to her home at.W. Schuhmann. D. D, pastor of St. you are seeking this Fall. Aad that is exactly John's church, will be tho celebrant of Irish Freedom, Rev. Father dictator is unnecessary when day by New Haven, what we offer here. of tho mass, and the Rev. John B. 1U V. Broadway, Xiomtsvuie, JCy. Walsh and others on. the Irish day his hired assassins arcnurder-In- g Mrs. George Dunn and children Dawkins, O. P., will deliver tho people in Ireland and carrying cause were refused space In tho Conducted by tho Xaverlaa Brothers. have returned from a visit to her panegyric. Tuesday tho Right Rev Cl&ssleal, Scientific and Business Courier-Journ- al By a good Suit we mean all-woand Times. Sena- on a blood-thirst- y war undor offi- mother, Mrs. Maggie Spencer, at Denis O'Donaghue, Bishop of Louis- - Courses, Preparato Department. Large fabrics vilio, will be present at (the mass, Bwlmming Pool, Well Equipped arm- tor Beckham's answer to the query cial' direction. Now Haven. -a,unu Terms moderate. smart style and fine tailoring. the celebrant of which will be tbe. of the Friends of Irish Freedom was Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Very Rev. James P. Cronin, V. O., I Mrs. John McManus, of Jefferson-villORATES ON NERVES. printed with great glee, however, who was called to Detroit by pastor of St. Patrick's church, and and Beckham's refusal to vote for By price we mean $35, $45 to $60. RECENT DEATHS. the death of- - her mother, returned tho sermon will bo by Rov. Daniel Editorially the Courner-Journ- al Linfert, Franciscan order. Tho Holy anything Irish answer fell flat, and homo Sunday. Though not unexpected, the many Father ha3 graciously granted a evoryono will concede it has fallen says that Bancroft's history of the These prices for this kind of clothing are wno indulgence to an of Mrs. Josephine wrock Mrs. Ella flat, tho Bingham papers resorted to United States and others of our iting Mrs. M.Mahoney, whoInwas vis- e, plenarytho usual conditions those make friends beloved wife of Fred J, Jeffer-sonvilllago, fulfill and E. Mahoney school histories are unjust to Mothanother course to help their friend. made possible by close marking not only by us "A has returned to her home a visit to .the church where the sol Wrocklage, regret to learn of her emn triduum is being held. Daily for tho past ten days tho er England and intimates that they In Marlon, Ohio. death on Monday at her home, 1446 but also by the factories that produce this Courier-Journa-l Bardstown road, following a long and Times have de- should be toned up not to hurt"tho RECITAL A SUCCESS. Illness borne with patience and Edward Dunne, of Chicago, who some space in "the news col- feelings of King George and his voted 15 merchandise. Christian fortitude. Until she was the guest of Mr. and umns and' editorials to tho Friends subjects. As for instance wo must has beenWeldon, Crescent Hill, Mrs. The. sacred organ recital given stricken sho was an active church :! George left of Irish Freedom trying to enlist the forget that English Gen. Braddock for homo Sunday. Sunday afternoon by Miss Lillian and charity worker in Catholic cir fight on Ernst, hired savage Indians to murder and society's support In a Trudeau at Sacred Heart church was cles, where her presence will bo I Besides her husband she Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien, Sr., a most .pronounced success and was missed. Beckham's opponent for Senator. mutiiqto our American forefathers. and Mr. James O'Brien sailed indeed a musical treat for the largo leaves four brothers and one sister, But tho Irish and Thursday from New York for France congregation that filled the church. The funeral services were held Wedvoters refuso to Ibe fooled with this WOMEN VOTERS. Miss Trudeau's performance on tho nesday morning at St. James church, on board the Imperator. organ was perfect and a real surclumsy diplomacy of these Tory e prise to her most ardent admirers. We havo always been opposed The funeraL of Miss Viola Schlck-e- r, Misses Elizabeth and Frances papers and thoy will vote against twenty years old, was held Monhave gono to Cincinnati to at- She was assisted by Mrs. Patrick Beckham, who is classed toy tho to female suffrage, and In principle O'SulHvan and Harry Clarke, whose day morning fronf" St. Elizabeth's Sacred Heart Academy. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON 1 of tho wo are as much opposed to it as tend the Washington official bureau solos wore artistically and perfectly church, of which she was a very deFriends of Irish Freedom as a "con- over; but now that tho voto has Mrs. John T. Malone Is spending rendered, as was also the violin vout member. She is survived by J. sistent voter against all Irish reser- been given to the gentler sex we several weeks with her daughter, obligato by L.sangFItzmaycr. An ex her mother, Mrs. Josephine Shlckor; cellent choir the closing mini tour sisters, Mrs. John Baunach. vations." are convinced that Catholic women Mrs. Thomas Hogan, In St. Louis. Home Phone City 2383 ber, the Hallelujah Chorus, the vol- - Mrs. Joseph Loltchfield, Mrs. John should qualify themsolves to exercise Mrs. R. King and Mrs. J. Donny, time of which could bo heard far b. Clophas and Miss Evangeline their franchise intelligently And of Burgln, Ky., are visiting hero ns outside the church. Rov. Father Schicker, and' three brothers, Fred-WalsTHEY BIUST VOTE. the pastor, expressed appro-- , orlck, Raymond and Robert Schlck-clatlo- n R. E. for the best interests of home and the guests of Mr. and h Mrs. street. for himself and the congro- - er, the latter of Atlanta, Ga. must he known to our Catholic country. It would bo well, in our King, 426 North Twenty-sixtIt gaiion, noping mat ere long tnere women Tor tho matters have been opinion, If there were established Mrs. Lily Riley has returned to would be another like recital. Funeral services were hold Monrehearsed ropeatedly in the press day morning at St. John's church In every parish a school for women her home In St. Louis after spendBRIDAL SHOWER. over the remains of Henry StottOrder your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. Tho woolen mills that the national legislature will voters, where thoy could bo taught ing the summor"with Mr. and Mrs. man, a widely known grocer of tho Herman Haskamp, Bardstown roacl. will maka no feduction in prices; there will suro bo a shortage. be interested at its next session with how to mark and fold their balMrs. George Issacs was hostess at East End and a prominent and matters that vitally affect tho moral lots, and could he given any other showor at figure in Catholic circles. J. Carlisle Schmitt, former active a very in enjoyable Place, given her well-beiDelaney homo in Ho Is survived by UP.STAIRS STORE off tho country; Its Chrisinstruction ,that may be necessary. member of Trinity Council and son honor of Miss Gertrude M. Bronger,' Margaret Stottman; his widow, Mrs, two daughters, tian tradition; the spiritual health of Frank Schmitt, Is now locatod in wnose scnon- - Misses Elizabeth and Angola Stott Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street Nashvillo with the Actuary Insur- burg, marriage to waiter v. not only of its children, but of tho of Cincinnati, Ohio, will tnko man, and four sons, Bornard, RayLillian Russelll, tho actress, will generations yet unborn. As tho In- speak here today for Harding' and ance Bureau.' place on Wednesday morning, Octo- mond. Joseph and Leo Stottman. ber 27, William's church. &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA diana Catholic well says, any Cath- tho Republican ticket. If Lll brings Dr. William Brown Doherty, tho "Among at St. present were thoso Miss Mary Louiso Humpich, nineolic woman who has tho power to all her she is suro of a woll known oyo apeclallst of New Michael ) York City, is here on a visit for a Rod Hall, John Sullivan,' John Lish, teen years old, died at tho home of I affect such legislation and doesn't big audience. William her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bernard few weeks as tho guest of his father, Etscorn, Michael Schnell, power is, in effect we use uso that Tallon, James Humpich, 72S Underbill street. BeFor the sick and thoso who nurse the sick lies in the fact that Dr. W. B. Doherty. O'Brion, Arthur Qulnlan, Johnson sides her parents she is survived by you Know tno nieuicina prescribed by your doctor is prepared tho words advisedly an enemy of REPRISALS DENOUNCED. "Avery, John Denny, Barbara Mey- fivo sisters, Misses .Tina, Matilda, compounu prescriptions, uj uiuKKiBim wuo truo national interests and of CathMr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Simon an ers, Frank Piatt, Thomas Turner, being specialists in cuuscioHHousiy their work. Thursday the Associated Press nounce the marriage of their daugh George Isaacs, Ralph Bronger, Paul Margaret, Irene and Mario Humpich, olic welfare. If she abstains from Phono us any hour of tho day or night. We will call for J. voting she weakens her own cause cabled from Londan that denuncia- ter, Miss Helen Simon, to Roy M. Bronger, Nanette Turner; Misses and three brothors, Theodore, Frank Funeral and Leonard Humpich. nd deliver your wauts. KeaL The ceremony was performod morning and adds to tho strength of tho op- tion of the Government's- - Irish pol- Saturday at the rectory of Holy Margaret Fitzgerald, Alice Cullon, services were position. Tho silence of her voice icy by the Liberal forces of the Trinity church, St. Matthows, by the Margaret Maloney, Alino Bronger, at St. Martin's church. Genevieve Kinney, Katherlno Mcln-tyrthrough the ballot add emphasis to country, represented by the recent Rov. John Bohlsen. Boniln Bronger, Margaret FalMonday morning the funeral of statements of Viscount Grey, former SECOND AND CHESTNUT tho voice of the enemy. Sho serves Mrs. Margaret Durning was held City 355 - 337 Kinberger, who is con- lon, Anna K. Mclntyre. Main 0102 John X. against the Premior Asquith and Viscount Mor tho church or she serves from Sacred Heart church, of which Day and Night Service likely to grow into a for nected with the C. and A. Railway CHURCH SOCIAL. sho was one of tho oldest and most church. To tho question of nation- leyseemsmovement. City, made a flying midable The latest re- In Now York week to see relatives highly esteemed members. Mrs. AAAAAAAA"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJb5 trDp hero this al education, of child welfare, of What promises to be one of the Durning was the widow of Stephen cruit is Lord Robert Cecil, one of and friends. He is tho same old marriago and divorce; of Bex hy- the most respected of most enjoyable social events of the Durning, and Is survived by" two the Unionist breezy "Klmmy" with a varied and season will tako place Tuosday af - . Mrs. David Balrd and giene, of birth control all of which leaders, who has joined Viscount Interesting monologue. tornoon and evening at St. Will- - Miss Margaret Durning, and two vitally affect tho home and the pub- Grey in a letter to the press calling lam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. Tho sons. Danlol and J. T. Durning, lic morals sho can not bo Indiffer- for an investigation by a constituMr. and Mrs. Edward C. Kennedy, young muies 01 1110 pansn nave ent. The government is ours; the na- tional tribunal as to whether the of 1139 Sixth stroot, announce the formed themselves Into an auxiliary CATHOLIC ALUMNAE. engagement of their daughter, Miss to assist Father Pieper, the pastor, tional lifo is ours just as much as it Government Is responsible for tho Mary Catherine Kennedy, to Nicho- and are enthusiastically helping to Is any other citizen's or body of citi- reprisals. The letter begins by reThe Intornatlonalederation of ferring to Premior Lloyd George's las J. Meyers, the wedding to tako make the affair a success. Various We owe in constructive, Carnarvon speech as assuming that place at St. Louis Demand's cnurcu activities of the most interesting Catholic Alumnae, with headquarters zens'. -abiding loyalty. Wo owe it the con- tho reprisals have been confined to the latter part of this month. kind have been arranged for, and a In Washington, held its biennial big foature will bo tho tasty lunch meotlng at tho Brunswick Hot in tribution of the best of our powers. the shooting by police of those reaBoston. The sessions began October H. Schaaf announce 25 PER CENT. COAI SAVING. o'clock on Patriotism Is Just as necessary in sonably suspected of an intention to thoMr. and Mrs. their daughter. Miss to be served from 5 of thirty-fiv- e at 8 and continued to Octobor 12. Ono marriage of attack them or who had neon tho unusual price deed moro so in times of peace as guilty of tho murder of Emma Schaaf. to Alphonso Ruffra, cents. And enough for all is prom of tho principal features of the meetCombustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing ing wns tho address Friday by CarTuesday afternoon, October 5, at St. Ised. In times of Avar. America's soul, their fellows, it proceeds: dinal O'Connell. There nro three "That is a very Incomplete ac- Paul's church. Mr. and Mrs. Ruffra independence is in our America's City 8381 REALTY BUILDIXG Kentucky delegates at tho meeting Main 1950 trip to Pittsburgh, Cincinloft CLOSING OF RETREAT. keeping, and next to our faith It is count of tho reprisals as reported in nati for a Brookvllle, Ind. Upon their Miss Bottle McKenna, who Is tho 3ggfflgHaBigBS5aiTaT and the press. It is alleged on apparthe most sacred treasure and. Inher ently overwhelming evidence that return thoy will make thoir home in Tho retreat being given at St. proxy of the Governor of tho Kenitance that wo possess. Indeed as the armed forces of the Crown, have Louisville. Boniface for the members and tucky chapter: Miss Helen English, representing Nazareth Alumnae, and NI,W AND SLIGHTLY friends of St. Helena's it is a duty, so in a true way is it for months past systematically burnCorcoran, reiprecenting ed or destroyed buildings and othor Mr. and Mrs. George M. Wilson, Club, of which Miss Rena C. Wolsen-ber- g Miss Mary (Academy a part of our tfalth. It is. for every property in towns, villages and Parkview, entertained at cards tho of Covington. La is President, will come to a Mrs. Saletto one of us to have that soul express rarms in Ireland; that thoy "havo following friends: Dr. J. M. Keaney most successful close tomorrow. The James J. Sheoran, of Brooklyn, BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED the truth of Christ in so far as wo tired rifles and thrown bombs at and Mrs. Keanoy, Mr. and Mrs. Ben evening services have been largely is President of tho federation.associaSevon Kentucky alumnao o, attended, tho church boing well' fillOLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OF THE MOST RELIABLE can bring It to such expression, random, killing and wounding the Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Witt Alvott; ed every evening. Rev. Daniel Lin- tions are affiliated with the InternaDEALERS IN THE PALLS CITIES American Catholic women, It may inhabitants, and driven women and tional Federation of Catholic Alumchildren of all ages and in all con- Misses Margaret and Nell Keaney, fert, O. F. M., formerly of Cincin- nae Nazareth, Loretto, 8t. Catherbe added, must stand for American ditions of health in terror to the Blancho Beckman, Mayme and Alma nati, but now attached to St. Boninationality and defend it against the fields and mountains. These acts Keaney, Bee and Mayme Connaugh-(o- n, face church, was the rotreat master. ine's, Academy of Notre Damo of Newport; La Salette, Tom Blanford. St. Helena's Club has now a mem- Providence, at Immaculata, at NewIncorporated Internationalism that threatens it. undoubtedly were committed In rebership of 1,000, recruited princi- at Covington; We believe our Catholic women can venge for outrages perpetrated in wo- port; St. Vincent's, in Union county. the districts concerned, but thoy The wedding of Miss Ida Neuner pally from Louisville business Reports from these seven societies be trusted to respond well forfaltb have not been confined to the inand Josoph Van Bogaert was sol- men. were read at Boston by Miss Mc d nationality. dividuals who havo been guilty of emnized at St. Vlncont de Paul's LOUISVILLE AMD JIFFXBSONvTLLX Kenna. GOODNEWa such outrages. On the contrary, the church. Miss Louise Van Bogaert victims have included Protestants was maid or nonor ana iawrenco DUTY OF BOTH. HOME DIRECTORS MEET. and Unionists who used to be the Neuner was best man. The bride The many friends of Rev. Father THE SISTERS OP CHARITY OP bitter opponents of the Sinn. Fein. wore georgette over satin. She car- B.. H. Westermann, the "venerable NAZARETH regular monthly meeting of The Until the employe puts as much (t is further alleged that the policy ried brldo's roses. The maid of pastor of St. Mary's church, will Announce the Opening of ot the Visi MHgeaee into his work as if he which .produced these results was honor wore green satin trimmed In hear, as good news that his condi- the Board of Directors working girls was Home HAZA3UETH COLLEGE STMT UK IKS MMT1 WITS TtK were his own employer, and until sanctioned by the Ministers of the stiver lace and carried ninK roses. tion has improved and that he is tationMonday for afternoon. There was Crown, Including the Frimo Minis- After a wedding breakfast Mr. and able to be up In his room. Father held 801 SOUTH FOURTH STREET the employer pays hie employee as ter himself. These are grave Mrs. Van Bogaert left for the Eaet Westermann has been ill at the rec- a good attendance and the reports LOUISVILLE, KY. (oe4 a wage as he would demand charges and require full, open and on their wedding trip. tory on Eighth street, during which were very satisfactory. Good progntime one of the Franciscan fathers ress is ibel- made, though there For Further Information Call at hiBuaeK were he an. employe, Immediate-- investigation by a constifor Fs-r- tk of Miss Mary Eliza from the seminary at Floyd Knobs still remains quite an amount ofThis The man-lazPresentation Academy and Ceatral Ave- -there wll Ibe ao reasonable hope for tutional tribunal." bo completed. work he It is beth Conley and John Atkhxs, of has filled bis place. resume hopedpas- is one of the to a cowatloa. of industrial troubles. Institutions Louisville his will soon he able to OFFICERS ARE! ELECTED. Ancon, Panama, took plaee In the ... c. u i. - rtMuij ,1.. ff Golden. Rule Tata ici elmply tk firunu ui, hhuuiu ua parlors of M, Charles Borromeo toral dutjes. DR. A. adapted t the relations between District Deputy McNamara, of church, the Rev. Father Raffo ofTo My Friends and Patrons: THEOAT TUKY ARB U8r. IY1, 1AB, Jn ALTAR SOCIBTY SOCIAL. CanttjU and Labor. We feel cer- Ellsabetbtown, completed the organi- ficiating. The bride wore a wedding order that we may make more room sation of the new Knights' of Colum- gown of Canton crepe heavHy em ADJUSTED GLAS6BS tain that It would Jie impossible to bus at New Haven, when the follow- broidered In silk and her veil was The parishioners of St. CecWla's The Faseioniet fathers ol the Safor our large optical parlors, we will Mad a'elagle eeae person who would ing officers were elected: ' Grand worn oft the faee. She carried a church, under the leadership of the cred Heart .Retreat are being ket SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING close out a large portion of our not aeeialm thm rule as jiuft and Knight, Joseph T. Boone; Deputy shower bosquet of rosea and swan- - ladies of the Altar Society1, have all busy giving missions and retreats in FOURTH AND CHESTNUT 8TH. Jewelry stock, This is an excellent ramer jtapnaei opportunity for you to buy a ring, fair. Why, then, are profession and Grand Knight, George B. Hagan; sonia. Miss Julia Haurahaa was the arrangements completed for their so- the westerestates.at 8t, Paul, Mian., Phone City 4720 a watch, or any article of Jewelry Financial Recording Secretary, P. D. maid of honor and wore an ecru silk cial entertainment, to he given Mon- Orasshof, C. P.. is pMctiee at soak variance? eurounding terri which you may need now or later, Johnson; Treasurer, Carl Kirkpat- - dress with a large brown hat. She day afternoon and evening in St. Ce and there1 and In Hours 9 t6"6, 7 to 8,p. m. and Slerin. tory he will bo giving missions for ricx; (Advocate, w A. Ferrlell; carried an arm bouquet of bronze cilia Hall, Twenty-fift- h at a great saving. In fact, some Chancellor. . Geor-- e Humtihrev: dahlias. WIMiam Tierney, Jr., wae There will be varied amusements tHo nest month. Tiie Jtev. ramer of our customers have already purSAVING RBMBDY. FOUND JflBW RHMBDY. warden, Frank M. Hagan; Inelde th best .man. Following the cere- and everybody will be welcome. lAn Leander Berliner, 0. P., rector of chased gifts for Christmas. Hrt-yttsi- l, Sacred Heart Retreat, s at ta only one effteaelous Guard, Boone Peake; Outside Guard, mony a reception was held' at the eiegani luucneon wiw ue a leaiuie. I was tired to live had vertigo o.. gTvlnji a retreat to the Sie-fCA. M. Boone; Trustees, J. Walker home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Will 4 malm- - BawlingTH. F. DeSpain and Martin iam Tierney, for the Immediate famifor the killing ct S5t. Clara's cenyent, the pro- and rheumatism. Naturopath Dr. XBRHB BRBAD MOIST. Bast Market street, vincial house "and novitiate ot the A Lose. 384helped me wonderful. OPTOMKTRIST AND JRW8LIR te fee reeklese driving of A. Simms, Novearber 21 has been lies. Mr. and Mrs. Atktas left later lay ft$e Keep a clean raw poUtt in the rranelscna Sisters. The Itev, Father Main 2481. chek, 762 South Hfct-eeu- 229 WEST JEFFERSON STRBKT set aside a the dat for the fleet in- in the evening for Akvoa, Ohio, for Ml Lawrenee arti nW, it term itiation, whe the membership will a short visit before going to Panama faM2 ban. will never have dry Xavier Sutton, C. P., U alsoc-det-i- C Clty 2724 street. in jfttt or jntttttiMqr lor fee go ever the hundred nark. fcrejrf yrlMn you 4o tain. missions in th Weet. mahTe their home. to 'or mmM 7J KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. .! Seasonable Millinery 319-32- ' k. YYYYYVYYYYrYYYYYYY JAMES H. RICHMOND AAAAAAAaaAAAAAAAaAAAAAAaAAyhbV al t I Christmas Is Near ' DAWSON'S i SOCIETY. A Good Fall Suit Or Overcoat ! tt-5- At a Fair Price. ol g. St. Xavfcr's College o, fair Irish-Americ- CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP Ma-Ion- h, EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR -- ng Mes-dam- es t GREAT CONSOLATION 5- held-Mond- e, MoGUE&AIfcY DRUG STORB r,liihtr LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON HUBER HAND STOKER Incon-trovertib- ly - I USED CARS Mc-Brld- BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY 405 WIJST BROADWAY -- -- Weekly Savings Club South Louisville Bank H. EDWARDS K0I, ATTENTION" -- M PEARLMAN tt 'Ta tk &) JKJSCOraJOJKY IRISUEX Ad'SOLAlk Twfl Senator Beckham Says He Will Vote "No Against the Struggling Irish Republic. Irish-American f 4 and Lover of Freedom Every Irish and Will Vote "No" to Beckham's Election. . The National Press Bureau of the Friends of Irish Freedom r at Washington Says: Senator Beckham, of Kentucky, was a Consistent Voter Against the Irish Reservations ' THE OLD, OLD STORY IN IRELAND . i , i- - "?' ik ift' sBWBKW AV-t'- ' '- L "I? -. TfffH ..."' ': They're killing ' es. ,and woie-to- o For the wear hi' o the Sreett' 4fe ''$'.'& t. ,'I "" W&' J"1.' - And Senator Beckham Voted Against A Resolution of Sympathy. Insure Beckham's Defeat By Voting For His Strongest Opponent. THE WAY FOR DEMOCRATS TO SCRATCH 4H9k ; ' S- -' 13 Rretidential Elector '' - 13 Preildential Electors' N v ;.'-;- -". . ..;.:.' .:.. I " 4 i".- -' ' .. - i ....: '" " ft- , .&8fc T J- A . '. '.. ? "' lv : . 1 C -- . . m Wife- .""": , . m. ,i v ' ''-..' . ' . 4 4a9rtarl -- ,', ,i - .' t ' - Vv'........................, - I I .r..i.......... i j.:r k . ," x .. ' '' ' 1 ; v. .... Li i i " ..:i...i... Tja'r :. : L- , - . ' "' Ukked;Sttet Senator I For United State Senator RICHARD P. ERNST J. ' -;-- v A.. lv w '. v ? i Ki a T.V ;.' i: v rr Y i ... J-- ' W. BECKHAM A FRIEND OF IRISH FREEDOM. ' - . f4 TecjszzrcTJCTarvr xmxmm JMDtxojfc. PERCY HALY YOU CAN OPEN THE DOOR ' And Beckham's Prohibition Follow crs Aro Conducting tlto Campaign Most Unsatisfactorily. Democrats Resent Idea of a Campaign Conducted Only Por . Beckham's Interests. We who are engaged directly in providing your street oar service have conatent improvement as our ideal. We knew, a you' must know, that no growing city can afford to leMhat service stand still or go back. As our city grows its need for efficient transportation will grow. Cnntrell, Camden, Callahan, Stanley and Other Leaders 'Conspicuous by Absence. Coffee Cake the real home made kind with a better flavor made with A HANDICAP FOR GOV. COX. t Kentucky Democrats nro far from satisfied with tho policy of tho pres; ont Democratic Campaign Commit tee, and the supporters of Gov. Cox and tho Congressional nominees aro But we realize that we won't get very far toward our goal unless we have murmuring that the State head your quarters could just as well bo term' ed the "Beckham headquarters.' y With tho growing sentiment in Per you, as a partner in this enterprise, fix the conditions under which for Gov. Cox one can see that you. we serve It would be an easy task to foster this enthusiasm into a big Demo cratic majority 1n November. But the best service possible under those conditions. We will render this Is not being dono and tho im pression is growing that all energies and efforts aro being put forth to the door to a constantly improving service With your savo Beckham's scalp. Tho head " quarters leave one with tho impres will open. sion that the motto is "Put none but COFFEE CAKE RECIPE Beckham men on guard." Chairman Grayot, a staunch prohibitionist and We have already received many helpful suggestions. Beckham adherent, Is In 1 cup butter 1 quart bread sponge charge; II. L. McChosney, former 1 cup sugar teaspoon salt for more. prohibition candidate for Governor, Our ears are open 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 eggs Has cnargo ot the speaking allot 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 pint sweet milk ments, and Elwood Hamilton, Col lector of Internal Revenue, Is ono of tho chief advisers and campaign di rectors. The Generalissimo and Commander-in-Chie- f Is none other Arlstos Flour to make a, soft dough. Let rise, then press down. d bower, than Beckham's 1NCORPORATWJ Percy Haly, who Is ono ot the three Roll out ono Inch thick, lay In pan. Let rise asain. Brush top with fathers of prohibition in Kentucky, beaten egg. Sprinkle thick with sugar and dust with cinnamon. uecKiiam nnu Dr. Palmer, ot Michi gan, being tho others. vavHemvHBBBHBvflevalBHBSSar Kentucky Democrats have wonder? ed why tho entire State campaign JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY has been turned over to tho BeckDISTRIBUTORS rrrmmmmmvmmmmmw uvlHiubLymuumimmmetV ham followers and what has become of Congressman Cantrell', Senator ThU Trade Mark Klauslng, Sec-TreFred J. W. H. Silllman, Pres. on Every Sack Camden, Col. P. H, Callahan, Senator Stanley and other leaders, whom ono would expect to see takings an acuve pare in a residential campaign. The story goes that when all of the leaders assembled in the (Xll Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and spring to select a Chairman Haly INCORPORATED attends the conference and brings 1. KJ KJ oldest Bank in the State. BaSaiti , WvlTMMSfllH' John L. Grayot as the personal se 5 lection of him and Beckham and forestalling even a discussion as to tfaflH' aBBBBalBaa v' wBaVBameaeU J .vlmm' his advisability or giving anyone an i OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRDISTREET opportunity to even suggest a Chair,. eSRL'"' man. What has happened is eviFIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Send as your Palm Boach Suits, Flannel Trousers, dent to every Democrat who has tho Voiles and Organdy Dresses and let us welfare of the party at heart. ConGajrgattes, gressman Cantrell four years ago LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH Y0D clean them served as Campaign Chairman, and without sufficient funds to meet exTHE "MODERN!' WAY. penses carried the State for Wilson by a majority of 31,000 against If-- ' A'tt Auto Will Cftll 1 Mtnnr Anl Hughes and an enormous campaign , BBBuZBBnevBBI aH 5(10 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOK fund in tho hands of Republican Nafor an i deliver all work. As near you as your phone. BaeBaT "?BaW tional Committeeman Tobe Hert. ToPhone City G827 Main 1576-- J VuBHHbv ' Mn working in 1 ivii day nationalCantrell is headquarters OR CITY SOUTH campaign Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases, and Dealers !HHHa9BHeBMBKk!' Bk tho x when his aid and advice would add 1 In Leather Goods a tower of strength to tho Cox camBvBvK- vBU HbvBBvIbvBvBvBBBBvHbW V paign Jn Kentucky. BBevBBLvaMBHelaBBeleew .BBBelaBBvaH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE, KY. Senator Johnson Camden, whom there Is no more liberal or stronger -Democrat In Kentucky, is not attached to the State headqaurters nor any of his- friends, and ho is reported to have contributed $2,G00 to tho of the most excluMy work is campaign when thos& who know him coloring. COUPON sive kind of Itand photo well say that he would under proper To introduce my art I make this circumstances have given ten times Tills coupon and $0.00 en ELLA WHEELER WILCOX. g that amount. It 1s also significant offer. titles bearer to photo Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, noted ot Senator Camden's to the regular valuo of poetess and author, who at the age that none Iput on tho tiring lino friends 815.00. GOOD ONLY FOR TEN DAYS of eight began to compose prose and either. are comes Col. P. H- - Cal MIIS. GERTRUDE ROSS. poetry and became a neighborhood lahan, toNext whom every Democrat in W&: celebrity. the State oven n. vntn nf Minnlrn fnr VggjiiiMMgajaMiHiJgVjViMtii INCORPORATED. limii nn inn his untiring energy In reorganizing "ANARCHY IN ICELAND." party just after its disastrous tne OUT FOR A STROLL. . defeat of last November and when "Anarchy In Ireland" is the way the spirit In the party was at a low Herr and Frau Paul von Hinden-bur- g Chimb. Main 1405 BLDG. L 7 out for- - a stroll In Hanover, the Manchester Cuardlan heads an ebb. It was Col. Callahan to whom ii This Is a now photo of article on the Irish situation. While Senator Stanley paid such a glowing dflrmanv. iriDute at tne last state convention. tho former leader of tho German this great English newspaper can not ouiogizlng him for- - his work of a VOLT 11 PLATE $20.00 Is, a re Army, shownlg him as he now see the Irish Republic as a solution organization. 0 VOLT IS FLATK $33.00 Today Col. Callahan private citizen of Hanover. ot tha Irish difficulty. It does see Is shoved aside when he should be 7 PLATE $30.00 12 VOLT and d&es not hesitate to condemn at the front in the State campaign. FUnLIO ORDER SHAKEN. P. O. B. Detroit And then we have Senator A. O. the policy ot ruthlessness and folly That's All For Two Years Msgr. Edward M. Pace, of tho on which the Government has em- Stanley himself, who bears the dis carrying The only battery guaranteed uncondi- barked "a ipolicy of moral coward-Ic- e tinction of to victory the banner of Catholic University at Washington, Democracy in many a tionally for two years. Instead of "adjustInternational and force," to use glorious fight, the speaking before the ment," you get a now battery, thus elimi- the Guardian's dwn words. "It re- blustering Ed and who defeatedcam- Federation ot Catholic Alumnae In Morrow in a veals to us as in a flash," says this paign nating all repair work. Saturday, declared that thero treachery of fearless newspaper, "the utter im of tho featured by who are now some Boston You Can't Burn It Up Yoh Can't poshas been no time when tho "foundapotence for good of the Government, ing as Democrats Overstrain It None Senator tion of public order has been moro and their enormous potency for Stanley'sleaders. aro In of advisory seriously shaken than at this mofriends the SERVICE AT evil." The authorities themselves are councils of tho campaign directors ment. Tho great crisis of 1918 has PHON CITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY the real anarchists in Ireland, and and a fellow townsman from Hen- been .followed by a far moro serious tho Guardian tacitly admits It when derson is his continued, "which is still It says! "Coercion acts are no new the campaignonly representative on one," he over the country. No ono As a hanging committee. LOUISVILLE, KY. things in Ireland. . . . But what is fighter, 435 SOUTH THIRD STREET, as yet that wo have passed altogether new in Ireland, or any- Senator vote getter and" campaigner can say the limit of great Industrial Stanley ranks second to beyond Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana where else in tho British dominions, none In the United States, bis strlne crisis, which Is tho greatest menace Main 699 or City 8226 or for that matter In any other civil- of victories proving of that and here to America. The whole attltudo on ized community, is the way In which at this late day few of us ever hear the Catholic Church is founded the country is being administered authority and on respect for authorhis part 1n and tho conversion of the forces of There in no the campaign. doubt in tho mind of ity and tho welfare ot the American whoso duty It Is to maintain law and anyone that tho must emphasize Supplies-Constructi- on people. order into an instrument for tho vio Kentucky, forGov. Corno will carry fact that We thero Is no poslble safety which thanks are lation or these very things. For due to the for a democracy except in constitutactually matters have reached that tion directing party affairs, combina- ed authority." but "that Universal Light and Power Installation. and all over Ireland the A resolution thanking the Knights bo Sass, and constabulary aro. if under result would of doubly assuredhad of Columbus for Its action in appror- campaign House Wireing- - Portable Lamps. the name of reprisals, Indulging in the direction seizedtho by Lighting Fixtures. not been priating the residue of Its war funds outbreaks of Incendiarism and every friends. Everyone knows Beckham's to the American Legion was adopted Crystal Electrical Washing Machines. that BeckLeaves The kind of violence. What Is to bo said ham has proven by the federation. Sunday tho deleof a government that tolerates such to uov. uox ana a terribio handicap gates attended mass at tho Cathe the Democratic proceedings? What has it done to Congressional nominees, and thov dral, at which Cardinal O'Connell INCORPORATED prevent them? What inquiries has and their friends should the was present. it held, what punishments inflicted Idea ot a State campaign rebel atconLOUIBVirilH!. KKNTDOK.y. XMCORFOXATK being oh tho known and undoubted offend- ducted chiefly In the aid of an un ITALIAN BANQUET. Also Makers of Oertcls Dark and Oefctels Light. ers. Tho plain fact appears to be popular nominee. Percy Haly City WESTJJEFFEItSON 528 Mulu 1890 end Is afraid to asthat tho Government n his aids directing tho campaign Club of this The sert Us authority against Its. own should be served notice that the city celebrated Columbus day with Is certainly a armed forces." This speaking rank and file of Democracy resent an elaborate terrible Indictment of the British their conduct ot the State campaign Tuesday nightbanquet and at the Tyler Hotel. HARVEY-JELLIC- O K IAWMH. 11, Ah PfK. Hi TrtM. j M. J. BJUHIM, rmUHt Hi Vwftf. Government, and shows plainly, ae and that the etotloa of Beckham is songs Italy and America, this newspaper puts it, that "the not uppermost la tho minds of the Favorite as the ot anthems of both as well whole fabric of Irish government Is party followers. (IKCORPORA1 countries, were aung by a sextette, breaking down, end the British auwhile responses to toasts w6re asthorities stand by helpless, or consigned to James H. Richmond, DemoWANT TO KNOW. an tkelServict. niving." It is not improbable that Tkt Company With the cratic nominee for Congress from the folly ot Lloyd George and the Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, Decline ot cereals this district; Judge Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. Tories In this matter will react on during the In the price three months Robert B. Woods Jaatt O'Doherty, Bassea's Pateat LUdea" Pipe (er Steeai Ceadalts, and the Rev, past 'two or England itself la a manner that will Yard and Klerator, Pepe and Payne Street. Wall Ceilarf, Brala Tile, Tltrlltd BrlcK, t has coet the farmers ot the country Charles P. Raffo, pastor ot St. be fatal to their claw, for sooner or muBetk Phones at All 1 ards. to Charles Borrom.eo about 12,000,006,000, later those troops will rat urn to estimates of agricultural according We sical programme church. The by Fire Preelaif, Flae Malarf, Fire Brick f was rendered experts. England, and accustomed to set disCrate aa Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Ckiaaey Test. Chess. Phoso, Mala 9122 cipline at defiance and to burn and have little doubt of the accuracy of Joseph A. Panther, Nicholas Bohne, Fkeae, City 2720 Ktw Daly, loot property and to murder inno- the estimate. But what we want to W. Frank Ryan, Albert OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. HOT AND COLD WATKR AdeHana duieeeee cent people at their owe sweet will, Jtaew Is how this decline in prttie Ryaa and OhMs, Nell MeBride.Geradl with Miss has affeeted the consumer. Has the MAIN S07. PHONES CITY 0 they will undoubtedly become a or bee the Mr. B4na Panther as accompanist menace to public order asd the profiteer absorbed, WORKS-Tktrtea- atk and Mlatk h4 Maiaell. S on to the on the piano, The celebration was BreekirI4ie rower price eeea nawea QMCKnOH; MwrttV ot lit a4? property, and eoniHimer? We Teatere to believe a decided ttecese and reflects credit tHl ultimately ocoaytflsh BngUad's that the HMSi upoa toe clubprofiteer) get meet of It, rata. It would be a- Joer retribette. Hi -Ken-tuckon N We are looking ahead, planning howve can be of greater service to you next year and the year after. FLDUR RI5T0S life-lon- g JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. right-han- I fteeeeeeeeeeeeeeee as f ! etHel If THE MODERN WAY CLEANERS AND DYERS t 4 AA i I ! relevH IsW National Bank of Kentucky f rrtii. fr. 2362 QUALITY AND SERVICE. I Sf BBlvBfelm JHa; :1 1 i" TAYLOR TRUNK CO. i eBvHHelvlvWKW Bring This Coupon With You hand-colorin- DON'T FORGET THAT - GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME . jmmr'iM MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS COURIER-JOURNA- IS THE OF PURE MILK 335-83- ASK YOUR GROCERS." vSfftGfelM. TH0S. J. BR0CAR self-defeati- ng Automobjle Repairing Tires Tubes Accessories GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. Haly-Beckha- m 0ERTEIS W)UBLE-MR-lt Drink that a Pleasant Memom ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY 87 Italian-America- COAL CO. geeeeeeeeee)eeHee4i i Col P. BANN0N PIPE CO.! GIBSON HOTEL. aAV lt-a- f - - eWettiteiewef a4 V. J, KBODXJOBTX' XXSUCJSfX DEFEAT FORETOLD. Jk3Wt3BBIIOAJSr. FRED ERHART ' MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI fSWp. J mWY VaJo mens furnishings sOBW.MARKET ST. &' J aaap ELECTRIC CLEANER Gleans by Air Alono. lacorporaUd 333-33- that a of $1,000 is offered that ca h is Informed Tho Kentucky Irish Ameri- wager Sen-at- or ARCHITECT Corner Fourth and Jefferson BEST-CHE- W -408 Watch Crystals Fitted Watch and Jewelry Repairing SOo - naa wwy -I THE IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS Phono Us For a Demonstration. The Radios Jewelry SOUTH FOURTH Shop AVE. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper 230 WEST JEFFERSON Main Childers Elect. Co. 5 Beckham will be defeated la tho. coming election, this proviBg tlto old adage tlutt' "straws show which way tho Hero m an wind blows." opportunity for "Beckham's friends who arc not yet convinced that tho voters aro determined to bo rid of Beckham and tho combine In Kentucky politics. Haly-Bcckham NORTON BUILDING N. W. PBNDENNI8 Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' Wo fifak a Specially of All Branckos of Doatistrv. We Uso Ail Modern Appliances la tho Elimination of Pain. Bourbon umntv v 1 n m iwisti . UNEQUALLED SMOKE 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4503 AAAAAAAAA A.AAA.J Keit Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phono City 4B03 Next to Rex Theater Opea Evenings Until 0 P. M. Borne Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West WEST MAIN ST. City 135-M- aln COCKRAN famous Irish Orator Speaks to Largo Audicnco Here Friday Night.' , 412-- W Frank Mortmain & HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WBST MARKBT STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J Sons Tafel Electric Co. City 985 113 SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. INOTICE!! Shoup Optical Co. 1 Hat Removed To Designs & Estimates Faralshed LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for GLOBE TIRES City 11S4. .O v -- UmSriiU.Ky. KECO Jr Jt K VHQVm OQ, fcv KT. Easy terms. Phono us for free trial on our 1920 model In your rs Making Speaking Tour of Ken home. tucky For Election of Gov. We repair any sowing machine. Coy. CORNS,BUNlONS B'lim. vac? Q'.i a . 311 Guthrie St. ASK FOR HEATING ft VENTTLATING 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy Speed Building. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Chirp41at 507 Starka BalldUt Bath Pfaorna J. C. DORSEY & CO. City 0CG9 643 E. JEFFERSON ST REE1 Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main . What Ho Said For Ireland Boforo Senate Foreign Relations Committee. ISPftip "aaaaaawaja Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky, OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS GLOBE NEILL-L- A VIELLE EWING'S DAIRY PRINTKUa 3580-- A WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER itarrilwmwailMtriMtUle Homo Phone 2550 ww a Mmm m, wti e ask mt mi a. uttiwiM Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers In SHOWS UP BECKHAM'S STAND. SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED SECURITY ft LOAN GO. incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. liae-na- s MILL AND tucky under the auspices of the Democratic party, spoke hero last night for Gov. Cox, addressing an Immense gathering. Being too lato for a full report in this issue, and realizing tho interest felt in the utterances of tho eloquent New Yorker, we today present our readers ex tracts from his speeches on the Irish recognition question, which on grosses tho public interest everywhere. Addressing tho Senate For eign Relations Committee, he said: "I think it should be made clear at tho outset that if to free Ire land to make her the most country the world has ever seen it ivere necessary to put a violent or unfriendly or even an unsympathetic, hand upon one single feature of our constitution, I would say and I believe every man of Irish blood in America would say 'Respect the constitution embodying American freedom though everything else must perish.' "I contend that when in any country the government is controll ed by an alien nation and is found exorcising its powers' not to protect life and liberty, but to oppress one ana destroy the other, that govern ment is a discredit to civilization which .all tho forces of civilization should combine to uproot and remove, That principle was adopted and made an essential feature- of our foreign policy when this Gov ernment at the point of the sword nut an end to tho oppressive, barbarous perversion of government maintained in Cuba by Spain. "Now conditions in Ireland today aro vastly worse than they were In Cuba twenty-on- o years ago. That Is the first proposition on which you aro urged to report favorably this bill; which pray boar in mind is not a measure for intervention by force of arms, but merely for recognition of tho government that tho Irish people have themselves erected to displace tho hideous mlsgovornment Imposed on them by a foreign nation, which for several centuries has been a dark stain on the civilization of Christendom. Lest I bo suspected of exaggeration (th& Irish, you know, aro said to be a nation of rhetoricians, more remarkable for exaggeration of their metaphors than for accuracy of their statements) I will mention Just ono fact wholly boyond dispute, which must servo to make absolutely clear tho character of tho conditions against which the Irish people havo long been in rovolt, and to end which they are now in revolution. "If anyone of you gentlemen appeared In Ireland and delivered a Fourth of July speech that is to say, If you made a speech praising tho principles which wo celebrato and glorify In our Fourth of July orations ho would bo arrested. He would bo locked up. But not In an Irish prison. He would bo deported to England and thore Incarcerated. His whereabouts would bo kept pros-porocon-coale- d. PRODUCTS SUITS Meaey Advanced oa Your Plata Kata axa wen jenersoa street (Second Fleor) g BROOK AND BLOOM Cumb. S. 154 OUy 8380 Hon. Bourko Cockran, of Now Jfork, who Is making a tour of Ken FACTORY SUPPLIES LADD3S' AND GENTS' west market st. Home, City 4990 WANTED. Position in Catholic church as organist. Familiar with church music. Address "Organist," this office Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. Gumb.Maln 490 dentist" 1 Dry Cleaned and Pressed. $1.75 Work Called For aad Delivered Telephone City 2742 LOUISVILLE GLEANERS ft DYERS 666 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. THE VERY BEST Home Phone City 2967. PALACE CLEANERS & D7EBS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS AND GENTLEMEN'S STARKS BUILDING. OF LADIES' WEARING PARRAKEET Wxeralwater & Grocery Incorporated Company FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR SIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 401 paaBaaaaMLaaaaaaaaaw HaaBnaaral APPAREL r- Oa rnxnltnxe, Diamonds and other Personal Property at loweit "Sates la Olty TXOVItWB PBOVIDHm? ASSOCXATZOX EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS MONDAYS ONLY DRY CLEANED, .... PRESSED ... LADD3S' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City 6443: Mala 2434 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to thnnn Tiatrlnc rarnlir omes or salary, with no publicity er red tane. Loans to hoiiKAVMmAra ea their personal security. F. B. POOLEY, Beam 1, Courier-JournBuilding, 415 S. Fourth Street. -- l. al - STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. - ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager Incorporated 203 COLEMAN BUH.DINO S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON $lf v. FRED. C LOEMKER e S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. St. Matthews 57 General Repair Work, Cleaning aad x'ousuing. Kentucky-Indian- a suns Croscent 29-- L FOURTH AND O STS Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 LOUISVILLE ART GLASS 00. "LEADED" AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS J. W. HE3KAMP BUILDER HEAVY TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Homo Phono, City 8398 We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Aiatjoer ana 1'aper Btoclf $1.25 Broadway at First. Automotive Tel. Home Shoes Oo. 3063 OF For Evory Member of the Family Home Phone 3906 HENRY GQSS BLACKSMITH WORK ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING GENERAL MTIMATE3 MADE IF DESIRED Qalck Service aad Quality Ua Roofs Repaired and Painted Metal Setting la Zinc, Copper aad Guaranteed Asphalt Shingles a Speeelalty Brass Beveled Mirrors aad KENTUCKY ST. MATTHEWS 9011 WEST BROADWAY Beveled Glass Telephone City 6998 THE 8XSPPARD MTG. 00. oalttusIfor " Incorporated H. W. DUBiSKE & CO. STEEL AND IRON WORKERS FINANCIAL SERVICE 1612 WEST MAIN STREET B. F. MARKHAM, Mgr. Home Phone, City 677 FOR ALL PURPOSES LOUISVILLE, KY. BLDG. 466-7-- 8 Kentucky Consumers OH Oompaaj ' Steam Forglngs aad Fire Escape -- - Keatacky Louisville Apparatus Oar Specialty DEAD ANIMALS INTER-SOUTHER- Falls City Cleaners aad Dyers FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE LOUISVILLE WASTJB MATERIAL 00. JHHaigON ST. Oil and Grease USELESS DISCLALMER. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY NOW LS THE TTME TO HAVE SHOES AND SLIPPERS YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR 431 BAST MARKET STREET STD7F DAT RENOVATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Avoid tho rash by consulting as aew HAT CLEANING AND BLOOKINa Stark Batoar, Prea. OUR SPECIALTY J. O. ffaeofcs. Sea and Tree. N HIGHEST Call CASH PRICES City PAID JOHN B. O'LKARY CO. Tho publicity given to British atrocities in Ireland by some newsCumb. Phone Main 721. papers In America has evidently had some effect. Tress dispatches, last LOUISVILLE) RENDERING CO. week, feature an address of Sir Greenwood, in which he de plores the atrocities and requests his T. E. Yann Dairy Co. minions in Ireland to refrain from Incorporated so good. further reprisals. So Obas. X. Xrapp But what is Sir Hamar far, A. SCrspp K. going to do City 7C05 Home Phone, $06-51-0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. to bring about the punishment of tnose guuty ortuoso Heinous crimes; KBAPP'S MEAT MARKET Both Phones 4368 The sacking of towns and tho mur Wholesale and Retail der of Inoffensive citizens it noto BBxr, pobjc, Taax akd zjuoi rious. The guiity parties are also Both Phones 2106 well known. Havo any steps been All Xla&s of gaioxea Vests taken to bring them to justice? Not 203 EAST JEFFERSON STREET CO. REUTLINGER & that anyone has heard of. Sir to be just a Hamar's speech-seeAdolph ReRtllBger camouflage for further atrocities. JOHN B. WATHEN He would leavo tho world under FIBS INSURANCE the impression that these atrocities rURNITURB MOVING AND were committed without the sanction TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PAOKDia Tho statement of higher authority. PLATE GLASS of ono of the men who sacked Bal- 980 Soatk Tweatyth M. briggan disposes of that subterfuge. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Waat 111 Shawnee 1980 Tho fact is that the worst element LONG DISTANCE HAULING in England was formed into tho so-called auxiliary police and sent into ireiana lor tno acuoerate purpose 01 LOUIS SCHERRY committing such atrocities as those at Balbriggan, Trim, LIscarroll and DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS a score of other towns in Ireland. Directors Tho man who tells how Balbriggan WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS was sacked relates how hateful was the dirty work to even theso hardHOLDERS' SHOES ened characters of tho slums of SHOE BEPAHUNG London. But they had their orders Telephone 1022 1506 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET and they were plentifully supplied with liquor to nerve them for the Between Hill and Shipp OOO E). barbarities and to quiet any qualmB of conscience afterwards. In view of this statement how hollow is tho pretense of Greenwood that these atrocities were not planned and approved beforehand by Nothing that those in authority. was done in Belgium during the war could be compared to the beastly 1529 WEST MARKET STREET atrocities perpetrated in Ireland during tho ipast tew weeks. And it Is useless for Sir Hamar Greenwood or anyone else to deny the responsibility of the British Government for these atrocities. These are not excesses committed hundreds of years 1 ago or perpetrated by irresponsible Mmnnmr jr m.mm W iaju uaajm4u..ijw jr looters. They are the work of those directly under the authority of the Is British Government and Great Britain must bear the responsibility tor them to her eternal disgrace among civilised peoples. Home Phone 721; Headquarters tor PROPERTY 0ETY AND FARM anything la real See as about Mtate. We sell, buy and rant. " 504 Wr JEFFERSON BT. Home Phone City 4464. Ha-m- ar ms 1T.B0SSES0N Funeral and .Embalmers. UNION HADE BROADWAY THOMAS KEEN AN awui - vvwwvivvmvvvwiiV'lvwwwvw u snx vn t&.y J. J. BARRETTS 50NSI FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. THOUSANDS OF OUTRAGES. m City Sfla Lt 3kELaJOL ix?mm. WWWWHWWtHWHWWWWWSWWWHWWWWW 1SI. IWa 6- -i L.D. BAX pal Kmbalnr FmmrlJ Director XX , -- .. made spoflc rainy to the blanket Indictment of Sinn Fein Ireland by Premier Lloyd George. He gave a ltot of the outrages Sinn Fein aaerrbea to the British occupying army and to the "Black and Tan" polioe sine January 1, It evetrtyaeven murders of unarmed civilian, iadudtar ynmm and children: th saokhur and barn- la? of 102 town; 1,604 armed ae--smuts: 4,s arrests aad tmmiaonateute; 28,720 armed raids on pri vate nouses. Arthur Griffith. Ties President of the Republic of Ireland, on Monday lilt. de outraging every element of Justice and every condition cf civilization, theso armed British mercenaries in Ireland aro not violating but enforcing tho Jaw of the land, discredits law everywhere. And when law becomes discredited in any country tho reign of law becomes endangered in all countries. And when law becomes discredited in any country tho roign of law becomes endangered In all countries, And therefore it Is not alono to deliver Ireland from these monstrous conditions, but to deliver civilization from tho discredit thoy cast on it and from any peril they create for U, that wo ask recognition of the Irish Republic. No charge- would be made "But I havo been asked to state agnlnsf. him. But he would be kopt tho constitutional warrant ifor pass- under lock and key until tho British ago ot thia law. I have already Government became satisfied that ho quoted tho precedent furnished by bad been intimidated to a degree our intervention in Cuba. That, I whore ho would novor again venture think, Is decisive. And tho princito breathe doctrines deemed so pes- ple on which wo interfered In Cuba tilential in an atmoapbero of has boen extended by our Interventyranny as those embodied in our tion in Santo Domingo. I think I Declaration of Independence. To am fully justified in saying that in state thbj and the statomont can both those cases, tho course we have not be questioned is to describe pursued declares "it tp be a fundawholly trreconclllable mental principle of International conditions with our civilisation.- - But It does taw, as wo understand it, that whernot by any means describe fully the ever government ceaeos to protect barbaric methods to which Ireland life, liberty or property, and beis subjected by its alien rulers. It comes an agency to .oppress them, it Is a Uct absolutely undisDuted that necessarily produces conditions abIreland le freer from crime than any horrent to justice and therefore other country In tho world. Yet In subversive of civilized society, which proportion to the population there all the "agencies of civilization are more of Its Inhabitants In jail at should combine to remove; and If any other eunnresslon of the government re- this moment than in country. And the acts for which jtponslblo for them Is essential to these men and women are held pris their removal, then that government oners aa criminals are acts which must he overthrown and driven from you celebrate as vlrtuos evory one the face of the. earth. This is preOf them. Genttomen, that state- cisely what we did in Cuba; prement teste not on my authority or cisely what we have undertaken to on the authority of any man of do in Haiti. We do not, I repeat, Irish blood, but on the authority of aalr Hi la flnvfirnmnnf fcn da an much Englishmen; and ot Englishmen! B Ireland. But we do ak that the who are among the strongest fcT attempt of Irishmen themselves to ponents of Irish emancipation. do It shall be encouraged to the ex"IX these conditions in Ireland tent of recognizing tho republic which shock the conscience of which they have established .for the Christendom were merely temporary express purpose of replacing injusIf there were the slightest ground tice by Justice, oppression by freetor hoping that they eoukl be cured dom, discontent and misery "by or remedied under 'the Government prosperity and happiness. responsible for them there might "The whole history ot Ireland, be some reason tor refusing to and indeed ot every country, demthis measure. We did not Inter- onstrates conclusively tbat.lt Is just fere in Cuba until It beeam clear as impossible for a country to be that Spain could not govern the prosperous and contented with Us (aland excapi tbroofh measures m government administered outside its barbarous that they were subversive Own limits, at for a man to ; of our civilisation. Her belptem-aea- s healthy and rigorous with hia vital in this respect had been aatab- - organs oatslde his own body." In en-s- et of "barbarous conflot-atlonsHeme Phone, CRtr oppres& sions and executions. It is not a new featuro of Irish history that ' Phono City 2154 this island, absolutely freo from City Elevator and Warehouse crime, is harassed and menaced Hay, Grain and Feeds THE ZERR 00. with desolation by tho armed forces Tho Home of "Quality Feeds" Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN of a foreign country; and that through a shocking perversion of 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND VAULT AND DRY WELL ngerfcles these barbarities civilized 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. CLEANERS aro perpetrated, not in defiance of government but In obedionce to it. 811 REALTY BUILDING When law becomes a force, not to Complete Line of Serviceable establish justice but to outrago it, Olty 6910 Res., Shawnee 1S63-- L then civilization is assailed and Imperiled by its own agencies. The fact, melancholy and appalling, that Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock llshed by two generations of inter ALBERT SMITH, Prop. mittent disorder. Tho uttor incaSmOm za All nana of fftae aa4 tore Mxtares, pacity of England to govern Ireland 335 W. Market St. City 51S1 Oasa Vegta- tor, now Cases, Cetatee, under any other conditions than balvlaf , Hte. those which I havo doscribed is esWest 866 auxv aie tablished by nearly nine centuries Olty 866 , NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS L. GRAUMAN ft Incorporated OO. ?, Oscar Farmtr Sons win mm !! SCHOOL SHOES Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND' Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. GENERAL ' . J. M. 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Ga-brle- le, LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK I 1 Columbia BuildingFeurth and Main. $ TAKE INITIAL GAME. St. Xavler's College staged Its Initial footbaJl contest Saturday afternoon whon the strong. Green and Gold team battled with St. Joseph's College of Bardstown for the championship of the Xaverian schools of Kentucky, St. X. turned winner a fiercely fought contest which terminated in tho score of12 to C From start fo finish tho gamo was one of thrills. On both sides thero was quite a good deal ot fumbling, which proved costly. During the first half a score was made by neither team. While St. Joseph's starred in the tackling line St. X. had a wonderful defense, and it waB raroly that that defense was penetrated. Tb nichardson and Bannon go the credit ot the two scores received by St. X. Kclffer. for St. X., and HtUe Burton, for St. Joseph's, played a wonderful gamo. Special mention, however, Is duo Jimmy Foley and Shelley Bannon, of tho St. X. crew, who rushed tho Bardstown lino for gains every time they got the ball. Today St. X. lines up against a stronger team, that of Cathedral High School-o- f af-t- or REAL MlrtSTREIi SHOW. All is in readiness for the big minstrel show to be given by the Columbia Minstrels at St. Helen's Commercial Club on Tuesday, October 2G, for the "benotlt of St. Paul's church, Pleasure Ridge. Tho entertainment will bo one of tho most unique, and pretentious attempted by tho .Columbians;" who have always been good. Comicality will bo the dominant note from start to finish. Song and dance will abound, and o goorgeous costumes will also to enhance the versatility of tho minstrels In a "merry whirl." com-bln- INTERESTING O. H., Monday MEETINGS. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND The Oldest Trust Company In the South. fMMitttwiMMMM rk.ii. DR. T. J. SPBE3RS DENTIST Cily 1707 326-2- 6 W.J.ff.rton AtAMlAA9V9V9X f ln.r UliniffltA$ lllgu lcwa ui iinui c U-fk- W BEQUESTS TO CILRITY. AT LOWEST KlUfcS. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Laoe Curtains and Linoleums. f X tfttM449 & CO. FRED G. JONES LUMBER $ JAMES GREENE 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. XNCORPOIUXH) ' Relraann bequeathed his estato equally to St. Joseph's German Catholic Orphan Asylum, St. Anthony's Hospital and St. An thony's church by his will, dated. Septomber 26, 18 17, ana prooaioa In tho County Court today. This estato 1s In personalty valued at f3,600. R. E. Hoffernan qualified as executor of the will. Medard At tho meeting of Division 4, A. ovoning 1n Bortrand Hall, Chairman Joseph D. Hennessy announced that tho Entertainment Committeo had planned to have a speaker of note at tho socond meeting of each month during tho fall and winter, tho next talk to be Monday Octobor 25, John A. Doyle was tho iirst speaker, his talk on tho work Of tho St. Vincont do Paul at tho last meeting making quite an impression on the mombors and tho address brought new members to the St. Vincont do Paul organization. "Much intorestis being manifested in tho dance to bo eiven by Division 4 at tho Tyler Hotel' on October 29, and thero has been quite a demand for invitations. This will be tho first ot a dance series to be given and tho committee in charge are M. J. McDermott, John C. Dorsoy, Jos. D. Hennessy. Jos. E. Filbon, John J. Barry and S. J. Mc- So-cio- ty GUMS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Try Our Home Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phono Ynr Order Best of Confectioas. Phone City 8574 a SMOKERS ATTENTION CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO OHESTEItFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thlrty-Ilv- o IiUCKY STHIKES SWEET CAPORAIi $1.70 Per Carton. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO a .ran STORES fcJUlOtt. TAKING BRTOES. w SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILIAVOItK. A Hta. Louisville, Kj . SHINGLES LATHES FLOORING Mr nnil Mm. Edward A. Barry announce tho engagement ot their oAAnmnltalifirl ami rirnftv rlnii frhtnr. Miss Virginia Catherino Barry, to Clllord zeigior. Tno weuaing wm take place in November. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul BronEor an nounce tho engagement of their daughter, Miss Gertrudo M. Bronger, to Walter 0. Schonburg, of Cincinnati. Tho wedding will take (placo on Wednesday inorninsr. October 27, at St. William's church. Mr. and "Mrs. Lawrence Braehler o have Issued invitations to tho of their daughter, Mis3 Anna Braehler, to lArthur D. Sllberg. Tho wedding will take place at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Octobor 20, at St. Anthony's churcn. mar-rlag- WILL RESn)E HERE. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schaaf announce the marrlago of their daughter, Miss Emma Schaaf, to Alphonso Ruffra at St. Paul's church. Mr. and Mrs. Ruffra left aftor tho ceremony for a SOUSA TODAYY. trip to Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Pupils In all tho parochial schools Brookvillo, Ind. Upon their return and Catholic academies ot Louisthey will make their homo In ville as well as the cjilldren In public schools, have received special invitations to tho matinee concert ot FRAMES MADE BRIGHT. John Philip Sousa and his band at To brighten gilt frames toko suf- tho Joffeiteon County Armory this ficient flowers of sulphur to glvo a afternoon. goldon tinge toabout one and a EVER GROWING MST. half pints of water and In this boil Up to dato the Protestant Prienda tour or five bruised onions or garlic, which will answTJr the same purpose. of Ireland have acquired many new Strain off tho liquid and with It, and influential names among their membership list. They whon cold, wash with a soft brush any gilding which requires restor- are representative of a number of ing, and when dry it will come out States in the Union and aro a powor In their various communities. as bright aa new. ever-growi- BRIDE. 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