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LOUISVILLE, SA m '. "v 4 SwMKmBl,'' HpjgHL V ""fc r' ,r - m J it'Aa J k.3 PlttttC; HOMC W' 1' f I ,'.W- - H AMERICAN 30, 1920. Bverjr Drirer an Bscort LmhW TmSmI t Trattftr 800 M MAM lncorport4 i (. sr t, OCTOBER PRICE FIVE CENTS. li-- - t tho possibility of governmental interference. The progress of the funeral party from Dublin to Cork will bo marked by a series of Services at all the populous centers en route. Final obsequies will be held In Cork Cathedral and interment will be made In St. Fin Barr's Cometery in Tells of Conditions in Ireias Will Decide "Whether American PeoCork. Tho grave in which Macand Sufferings of Use ' ? Bought and Bluffed Swiney will be burled 13 known as ple .'Can B J'Republican plot," which ha3 been ' Inliabltants. Q. O. P. by, reserved for Irish Nationalist soldiers. In Cork feverish Interest in ipossi-bl- e developments caused by tho Morrow Big Asset to "Howdy Ed" death of Lord Mayor MacSwiney In Toucliing Description of Broke Homes and Brokon Hearts .'' Brixton Prison is mingled with tho Democrats Now and in Future grief in which his death has plunged ' ' in Erin. Campaigns. South Ireland. Although the people appear stirred to the highest degree v J' of bitterness, It Is regarded as ex-u tremely improbable that there will be any outbreaks or disorderly dem- Pays Tribute To Behavior and CharAdopt Raco Negro. "Republicans onstrations In this city. acter of Irish-- Men and Equality Idea of Harding and Cork Jail, where a number of hunWomen. ger strikers are In a grave condiCause Trouble. tion. Is guarded Inside and out by oldlers equipped with machine guns. There is an exceptionally large gar- COUNTRY UNDER SIAHTIAIj LAW; rison here. It is equipped for any NEW- - KEYSTONE COMEDY REEL. eventualities, has a number of tanks and armored cars and is ready or Instant service. Military forces are Strangers hero must be very eare-io strong that it.Is considered ImNext Tuesday Is olectlon day and probable that any attempt at force Jul as to remarks, as one never two Important questions will bo knows who one is talking to. Somewill' be made here. by the American people? the It is understood the Irish Parlia- thing wrongly said may mean a (bulment has been making appeals to all let from an unknown source." decisions In each "case to servo as a Writing from Belfast, Ireland, a elements of the population to retrain guldo for the years to come. Tho from violence. This is also believed New Yorker scribbled the above en will be tho attitude of the first the margin of his letter. This Now (o be the policy of various Influenvoters towards tho much mooted n Hebrew, who tial leaders of tho Sinn Fein move- Yorker Is a League of Notions, and In addition dispute ori ment. Whether such counsels will originated on tho lower East Side. to sottllne a nation-wid- e bo follbwed by the younger aiement Ho is not an erudite man, but he is tho question It will serro as a guldo, or by members of the Irish Republi-- I an observing one. Ho. has boon travto just how far the people 01 Amercan Brotherhood, one of the most! eling in Ireland for somo time, and ica want to go In making connect-!n- g militant of Irish secret societies, re- his letter is to Georgo Whiting, an relations with foreign countries. mains to bo seen. Tho news of Lord! Irishman and a member of the decision Tuesday on tho League Mayor MacSwlney's death, received theatrical team of Whiting and Burt. of Nations will bo final. Tho other tn private telegrams to his friends, His letter tells something of condiquestion to settle will bo the conlightning speed tions In Ireland as seen by an Imtraveled with test between the moneyed Interests throughout tho city. A" meeting of partial observer. It sounds llko a and boodlers on one side against tho the City Council to discuss the situa- description of a country held by the pooplo on the other. It will bo detion arising from the Lord Mayor's Germans during tho late war. Tho termined whether the American peodeath was called, when tho Deputy writer Bays: ple can be bluffed, browbeaten and "On entering the country everyLord Mayor announced that he and bought to support the candidacy of Harding, a mere tool of tho money several other municipal officials body and everything Is searched for would proceed Prison. Ho firearms and ammunition. Practitrust and profiteers. Here wo hare Stated that plans for holding the fu- cally the whole of Ireland ie under tho spectacle of a man who does neral in Cork would be proceeded martial law. Tho curfew tolle at not impress even his backers or 10:30 p. m and is kept until 5 a. m. with. . supporters, has wiggled and wobTuesday morning a deputation of Only doctors, firemen and others bled enough to disgust anyone, yet twenty-on- e members or tho Cork who have good cause to apply for'a the Republican bosses propose to Corporation, headed by Deputy' permit to bo out between given force him on the people as PresiMayor O Callaghan, had arrived in hours can enter the street to brave dent of these United States. Tho London to attend the London ser- tho challenge that tho soldiers hurl laying off of worklngmen and wovices of Mayor MacSwiney and ac- at one, which is far too short, and men in big factories just now is company the funeral party to Cork. onen never repeated by word, bat by part of the bluff propaganda, and The Evening News of Wednesday t a shot. Many an Innocent man has although the working people have printed the following statement.) been shot dead under such circumhad their prosperous existence which, It says, was made by the' stances by the very young soldier Democratic reign they are told Deputy Lord Mayor of Cork: "We. that Is being used for enforcing the that "Democracy moans hard times, aro leaving behind us in your cap!- -, law here. Yes, soldiers far too and Figurehead Harding Is. their tal many of our patriots who will young and eager to use tho gun just only salvation. Millions of dollars ceo that the debt of your Govern-- 1 because they are entrusted r inaro being scattered to corrupt the mont is fully paid. The English vested with such power. election and we will all know Tues"At ono end of the city one can Government may think they have day night whether a Presidency can stifled us, but there will bo repris Gee the walk? of houses and b bought and the American voters chalked up with such writ1- als, and soon." Muffed at the same time, . ., Inge as. rebels!' 'Up tjsat. xmhjkk .'A Jury of ten- meaK after, twelve 'Down-th- 'JJpprowni etKr Sinn ., ItMSgi$jim& - r.F"" minutes' deliberation' "Wednesday is rapiuiy repenting ior lis mrawnu aco riots "and trouble are in the or tne city tho union Jaek morning, returned an open verdict oiner ena 6s last year and doubly glad to near future. Encouraged by the know that "Howdy Ed," tho mistake promise of Shawnee Park, negro po- Terence MacSwiney, the Hferoic Lord Mayor of Cerk, Gives His Life, in British Prison at tho Inquest over the body of. Is displayed from almost every Lord Mayor MacSwiney of Cork, houso. A factional war Ie ensuing. of last year, Js helping to right tho lice and firemen, negro deputies in who died In Brixton Prison early A. member of one faction living In wrong. Selected Governor by a ma- the City Hall and Court House, the For the Freedom of Ireland and Justice to Her Losg and tho neighborhood of the other facMonday from the results of his jority of 40,000, tho voters havo iiegro now wants other rights. Not hunger strike. The tion will receive a message to move soured on him so fast after discov- content in this city to stay in negro v Cruelly Oppressed People. widowed" Lady Mayoress, dressed in or else the end will bo soon, and ering hlo real ability that It is sections like "West "Walnut or West black and heavily veiled, was the will quietly and quickly do so, withdoubtful If ho could be elected Con- Chestnut street, tho "toney" negro only witness on behalf of the Mac-- j out notifying the military authoristable tomorrow In the Hogwallow and the gambling and loud dress Swiney family and was the domi-- J ties who have placarded the city dedistrict. Just as was stated In these negroes have come to Fourth, avenant figdro of the proceedings. Her manding such notices should 'be columns then, Morrow Is an orator nue to shove tho white men and composure was Indicated by her turned over to; them at onco. Many of the ballyhoo typo with no pre- women off the sidewalks, the niar tensions to statesmanship, and his race riot of last Sunday afternoon Newrof His Death Was Received Everywhere With Evidences of Profound Grief and quick and ' pointed replies. Mrs. a good old home that some family MacSwiney successfully resisted the has occupied for tho past thirty or reasoning and argument app'eal only on Fourth avenue being a result and to tho negro or Ignorant mountain- forerunner of what Is to come. !A-continued attempts of the Coroner forty years had to be abandoned Expressions That Irish Nationalism Is Given a Stimulus to have her characterize her late quickly and sold for nearly nothing, eer. As a sample of his cheap and white man and hl3 wife were ashusband's occupation otherwise than thereby giving up priceless honlo tawdry stylo the telegram of his to saulted by a negro carrying a blackIncalcubly Effective. Almost as "a volunteer officer of the Irish treasures and family heirlooms. And tho Center College College football jack because tho negro and his two bo many an old Irish heart Is broken Republican Army." learn last Saturdny Is a fair cri- women companions were not given Relatives of Mayor MacSwiney, as well as the home. terion, Just think of the Governor tho right of way. Growing more "The Lord Mayor of Cork, a Mr wero completing ararngements fori of Kentucky sending an undignified and more afraid of the negro domithe funeral of tho Lord Mayor. It MacSwiney, is on his and sacrilegious message such as nation, it Is rumored that the Rethe following to a bunch of football publican machine begged Robert E. THE BODY LAY IN STATE IN CATHEDRAL UNTIL REMOAL TO IRELAND was expected the body would bo day of hunger striking. Each day pOayers: turned ovor to them by Government his condition is reported as weak. It "For God's sake make Woods, a Republican, to wIthdraw-4- good, hit the lino hard and low." from the Board of Education raco authorities 'following the autopsy Is being rumored that it only reand pilans already announced con- quires this man's death to Ignite the One can hardly blamo Mrs. Cora so the negro candidate would not bo templated its removal to St. torch of civil war and terrible outWilson Stewart, of the "Women's forced on them by the negroes. That George's Cathedral. prob- rage and burst of feeling. Democratic headquarters, when sho looks like the proverbial "nigger in It Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor relatives wore urged by the attend- death, llko somany other leaders of ably remain there until will "Every possible petition has Veen Thursday, refers to "Howdy Ed" as being In a tho woodpile" in "Woods' with- of Cork, died at Brixton Prison, Lon- ing (physicians as vital to tho prison- the Republican movement In Ireland, when a requiem mass will bo cele- made on the Mayor's behalf te seclass with Charles Chaplin rather drawal. don, at 5:40 o'clock Monday morn- er's own Interests. combined with his political ability brated, after which the funeral pro--, cure the freedom of him and hie than a worthy successor to KenThis Is a little incident of the 'A friend of tho MacSwiney family, a number of other diversified tal- cession will start for Euston Sta- compatriots who are undergoing tucky's former Governors. If you Gypsy Smith revival in which the ing. His death followed a hunger-strik- e seventy-thre-e of more than ' Mrs." MacSwiney ents. While still a very young man tion. sentence for seditious carryings on. want to meet a real Herald can't "laud" the police on days, eclipsing any iq the annals of who accompaniedBrixton Prison when sho visited this he published several volumes of voter and a It was reported from Dublin that The King, Prime Minister, every fortheir performance. Dr. Ben Under- the verse, or drama and prose essays. all tho mombers of the DaM eign legation and ecclesiastical powtalk to some misguided Democrat wood, of this city, attended the re- who medical world. The Lord Mayor, morning, said tho Lord Mayor's that fell Into the error of voting for vival, and on arriving in front of days,has been unconscious for several ger of October 18 to tho Cork hun- He edited a weekly newspaper called feMreann, or Irish Republican Par- er have been solicited for the Maydid not recover his faculties strikers; with reference to the Flanna Fall until it was, suppressed liament, Intend to come to London or's releaso. Tho King of England our ballyhoo Governor last year. tho tabernacle shut off the gas, The blunder in electing Morrow locked the car and loft It standing betoro ho died. iFather Dominic, his death of tho hunger striker, Michael by the British Government. Born in for tho obsequies. It Is, also stated answered he was .powerless in the private chaplain, and Gov. Cox's natural strength will between two of our noble Keystono John MacSwiney, and hia brother, Fitzgerald, Jn Cork Jail, In which he Cork City, as a boy and in young that a bodyguard of fifty Irish Vol- matter. wero with him referred to Fitzgerald as having died manhood he was Identified with the unteers will attend the funeral party! "Everything Is rather quiet "Mere redeem that Republican majority of jops. At the close Dr. Underwood $0,000 of last year into a safe ma- comes out, finds that his locked when the end came. Father Dominic for his country and Joined the im- majority of the movements in Ire- throughout this journey. and everywhere in Ireland Just bow. jority for Gov. Cox next Tuesday, automobile has been stolen, but tho was at the prison all night and did mortals, characterized tho family's land literary, linguistic and politiSolemn requiem mass was sung But it is a quietness that ill not leave until several hours after attitude. "Mrs. MacSwiney and tho cal which had as their, object the at St. Goorgo's Cathedral at 11 a. boding. An unseen brewingbearsnow is and if It wasn't for tho handicap of two Keystono cops aro still stand Ing MacSwiney breathed bis last. John Lord Mayor's sisters, Annio and complete dissociation of the Irish m. Thursday, tho celebrant being taking place. It is the quiet beforo Senator Beckham Kentucky would there. Dr. Underwood had taken MacSwiney and the chaplain, who Mary, who were not present whetf from English rule. He was an ar- Father O'Moara, the administrator, the outburst. majority for the his medicine cabinet Inside, but now give an old-tidownstairs "Everywhere poverty and terrible Pemocratlc ticket. "There are many realizes his mistake in not takipg had been waiting by prison in the tho orid camo, entered the cell, kiss- dent member of the Gaelic League, of that Cathedral, 'Absolution was officials ed the Mayor's cheek, knelt silently whoso primary object was to make given by Archbishop Mannix, the' famine prevail; yet by" the clear-cDemocratic voters who, in their his automobile also. The night fol- prison, were told 4:35 o'clock that thoy should go In prayer a few moments and then Ireland anxiety and determination to scratch lowing it was 'announced from tho at Australian prelate, and Bishop Cot- features of tho young folks, the Tho Lord Mayor of Cork was edu- ter, the unpopular Beckham, will vote pulpit that Chief Petty had issued to the Mayor's bedside, as tbey left," the friend said. "There wa The funeral girls' wonderful black hair, eiear thought death was approaching. The not a tear shed by the Mayoress, cated at the Christian Brothers' party of Portsmouth. from tho Cath-- I eyes, very white skin and intelligent Oio straight Republican ticket. An- orders that no more cars must be was to proceed brother asked Schools, Cork City, and later obtain- edral to Euston Station at 2 p. m.,' expression, the young men's ruddy, other mistake of the party was to left in front of the tabernacle but communicating for the privilege of who preserved tho same, stoical with other relatives she has shown throughout ed degrees of Bachelor of Arts from contingents from all the Irish so- -, pheoks, sharp eyes and determined allow Haly and Beckham to "hog" should bo parked on the side streets. present, but' the offi- the long ordeal." the Royal University of Ireland and ciotles from London and roprosenta-- i looks, one who appreciates real phy, the State Campaign Committee, Now comes the question, if the auto who were not The death of Lord Mayor Mac- Master of Arts, from the National lives from Irish civil, and commer- sical types would marvel at these planting" their prohibitionist allies crooks can steal a locked car with cials refused him the use of a teleat every corner, men who are for two Keystonors surrounding it, how phone. After tho prisoner's death Swiney was the- first of an Irish hun- University. Ho was also a graduate cial bodies marching in the pro- -, humans were they transplanted to a troubleless country and clothed in Beckham first and serve as a hln- - long it will take the same crooks his brother and the chaplain were ger striker to occur in England. of tho London School of Economics cession. drance to Gov. Cox and the Demo- to steal a car parked on a dark side not permitted to leave Brixton Just a Week ago, on the occasion of and held & traveling professorship The casket was surmounted by, (he best. They are not, as Is comPrison until 6:15 o'clock. John Mac- tho death of Michael Fitzgerald, one of economics and kindred subjects wreaths and tho hat which tho Lord mon in other countries among the cratic Congressional nominees. De street? Immediately conveyed word spite this the Democratic party can Here's a little movlo of tho Key- Swiney widow of the Lord Mayor, of the eleven "hunger - strikers in the under the Department of Technical Mayor formerly wore as command-- ; poorer masses, slovenly clothed and Cork Jail, the Ixrd- Mayor tele- Instruction for Ireland. be proud of its showing and Ken- stone comedy police released thie to the ant of the Cork Brigado of the Vol- -, of slovenly carriage and expression. tucky, will bo found in the Gov. Cox week and like moet movie pictures who was staying at a West End graphed: "We do not know who is In 1917 he married- M.u'riel Mur- unteor Army. The breastplate of. Tho clothing here Is of very poor column Tuesday 'night. In this dis- It terminates happily. In reel ope hotel. Mrs. MacSwiney, accompan- to be the second to step In the path phy, tho daughter of Countess Mur- the coffin bore an' inscription in! texture, to be sure, but the carriage, parents and Annie 6f immortality, but by offering un- phy, of City. In December, Gaelic reading: ."Murdered by tho expression and determination of each trict Prof. lames H. Richmond, tho a little boy on Griffiths avenue is ied by her MacSwiney," Misses of slstere the reserved sacrifice we are safeguard. 1918, ho was elected representative foreigner In Brixton Prison, Lon--' Individual is something to marvel Democratic Congressional nominee, seen firing a barrage with a deadlv and Mary k constituency to Dail don, October 25, the fourth year of at. So tho land of the shamrock and has made a wonderful canvass, be- gumbo shooter. Not being colored Lord Myor, arrived at Brixton tog the destinies of Ireland." for coming acquainted with a "wide cir- and carrying a gun, he is pounced Prlaou at 9:30 o'clock. The news of hie death spread rap- Ekeann. In 1919 he, was elected vjro jiujjuuuu. Agu xuriy juiirs. tho harp Is In deep suffering aa As soon as the news of the Lord idly throughout the United Kingdom Councillor of the Municipality, of God have mercy on his soul. trouble." cle of Voters, and on these he has on by a Keystoner with the historic made a distinct impression. The name of Luther. Office Just as the services were beginLuthor Mayor's death began to spread and preparations for a great funeral Cork, and following the death of possesses force confiscate the gumbo shooter and through the city small' knots of peo- were Immediately begun by the Sinn Lord Mayor MacCurtain he was ning, the four men, who with their "Democratic nominee RYAN GIVES BOMB. and character and the Fifth district expects to make a felony fee for hie ple began moving toward Brixton Fein. The stane, contingent upon unanimously sleeted to succeed him comrades had been guarding the repre- capture. Prison. The police, however, did not Government approval, included the on March 38, 1920, Lord' Mayor body throughout the night, were recould be well proud of its The Democratic National Commft-teScene two. Boy goes sentative fan tho event of hi elec- home crying and tells his dad that allow anyone' to more into the street body lying In state la St George's MacSwiney ki survived by his wife, lieved by a quartette wearing long has announced receipt - a Keystoner had swiped leading to the prison entrance, keep- Cathedral in London and the Man- his daughter Malre; not yet two coats, which they took off as they S25.000 contribution the the Oox et a tion. It is believed that Prof. Rlchn to his gumbo ing people moving so that a sion House ta. Dublin and & series of years of age, by his two sisters, Mary stepped to their tilaces. the mood wllU receive 86 iper cent, of shooter. Dad becomes madder than the fund from Allan A. Ryan, New te, the registered Independent vote. a wet hen, alienee up nis trousers crowd would not form. Fears had services en' route' frem Dublin to and, Ann by and his brother John In uniform of the Irish Republican) York, who broke the Wall street corIreland, a brother Peter resident Array. The result in this district the and goes out after the Keystoner. previously been expressed that the Cork. ner on Stutz stock, Ryan, aeeora-panla Similar plans were made some In New York City, and two other writer considers la doubt simply be- The next scene is quite a (painful Lord Mayor's death might oause his contribution with, a letter cause the white md Democratic one. Dad wallops the daylights out demonstration, at the prison. The time ago when it appeared that the slstere, one in a convent in North ATTEND TARISH SCHOOLS. to George White, Chairman of the voters have been robbed and de- of Officer Luther and recovers the MacSwiney family arranged during Lord Mayor was about to die; and it Carolina and the other in a convent committee, in which he characterv schools ized the methods used against the frauded in advance of the election boy's gumbo shooter. Reel two. the morning for the removal of toe Is known that at that time the Gov- in Toklo, Japan. Pun 11a attending; naroch-i&George's ernment took steps to repress what by unfair and unjust redisricting. Keystoner says: "Coosarn ' you, I.'ll body from the prison to St; Lord Mayor MacSwtney's grave la TwL.ul11n mMmfeAf. 1A QTfi Ami.f1. ' Democratic ticket "as infamous ire "Precincts have been bo adjusted that get even with him, dad blame him," Cathedral in London as soon as, the it might consider any undue demon- will be alongside that of hie official ing to satieties furnished by Her. the beginning," the attitude of predecessor, Lord Mayor Thomas Father G. W. Schumann to Dr. Auapproximately 6,000 "white people and. cH up for a wagon load of. Inquest was ended. The body 'will stration. Just-whwill be deprived of their rights as Keyatoners to lock, up Dad despite .He in state there until it Us taken to the Government will be in the pres- MacCurtain, who was 4bot In his brey V. Jones, of the City Halth INCRBASBD BY THOUSANDS. eitl&sne next Tuesday through con the threats of bar armed with Dublin,.' where it Is planned to place ent ease i not known, hut it ap- own horns in Cerk on March 20. Department, who requested the data gested white precincts. Negro pre- - fgumbo "shooter. fMene" three is lo the body for a day or two In the peared certain that no large demon- MacSwiney will be the fourth to be for use in the department's annual The Knights of Cofumbns hare stration, of any kind would be sanc- burled in this plot, the others being report now being prepared.-.Tb- e Snots have been so adjusted that cated at the Jail, where prisoners Mansion House. s figgained 160,000 members during the When one of the oineiaw was tioned either Jn Saskukd or in Ire- MseCurtatn, Sheamue McQuh-ke-, who ures, based on. the church census last last year, i The order, numbers Metro men and women Republicans don't have to stay unless they want Mrs. Mao- - land and that the tunsawt probably was' taken out of bed in hie Galway November, show, 9,002 students ta in their to. Prisoner and hie captors, arrive asked Monday can all pretty near wKh 1;975 subordinate sosaeHs front or aide door- and eeet their at jail, but hark! here cones a mo- Bwhtey's absence from the bedside would be controlled ss was that of horns ana snot, and Jeremiah Mc the forty pSroohisl schools, 1.S98 m scattered throughout the United Republican ticket, and torcycle messenger riding up Lib-- whsn death occurred he replied by Michael Fltsgertld in Cork recently. Nesty. who participated in the Raster the eight Catholic academies and eol- - States. Canad. Cuba, th s, vote for the mA Terence MacSwiney. sJthouah ohlv upmmg in KTS In ftra "WfcAll.n saylnf the restnouons wttion m isis. Iam all can be enrolled by noon, at the Porto Rleo, Newfoundland and (Oonttaned on WKh Page.) recently imposed upon the visits of forty years old at the time of fete armngstneot Dtun contingent These I homes. preclnete nvence SIS voters upon negro are Alaska, ELECTION de-eid- ed un-u- er with a two or three block area. On WOTE AGAINST JOHN BULL. A VOTE AGAINST BECKHAM hand", iprecincts where the white voters predominate "have an voters, enrollment of 600 to and there Is no earthly chance for a. I many of these white men and wo- " men to vote if they remain at the l .tJfeQfcmt.'f polls all day. Incidentally these J " In White precincts tako in a boundless ; area, and white men and women will have to travel nearly a mile In itsjK? some city precincts as a penalty for being Democrats and opposed to ram? j negro domination. If this wholesale Jobbery of Dre- and m in cincts had happened about three or tour years ago tho Democratic 'perpetrators would havo been hunr n fcf6j ., wa, wnrkrt"f ill iviwm effigy at indignation meetings aftef stirring speeches by reform leaders -of the Men's Federation. Havo these a. reformers fallen from grace or aro thoy Just asleep at the switch? '&ami ii Please pago Fred Gernert, C. J. , Meddis, Dr. Lockhart, Henry Johnson. Capt, Huhlein, Dr". H. Davidson or 'C. C. Stoll. Maybe they don't know thisi wholesale robbery of voters has been going on, or do thoy place such implicit confidence In the "reform" administration thoy helped to select that no Investigation is , necessary? Besides the Joko Governor there are a couple of amusing features in this, campaign and one Is the attitude of the poor old machine organ, tho Louisville Herald. In endeavoring to dig up some Democratic voter who would support Harding the Herald gave a. two column space to old J.udge Henry L. Barker the other day, advertising him as a Democrat who had seen tho light. This Is rich. Barker has been affiliating and working with the local Republican .machine for the past several years, and it was two years ago that he denounced the local Mose Green organization at a Republican banquet in a speech filled glittering with misstatements. Hero's another rich ono tho Herald pulled off and It only goes to show further how hungry tho machine Is for a kind word for our Keystone police and "hick" firemen. Following a fire at the Qhurch Homo and Infirmary on Morton avenue resolutions were adopted by the officials and dlroctorsvOf tho Home, In which It was caldf 'Too much "praise can not 1m given Hie Salvage Corps" and "until wo had our flro we did not rcalteo what a wonderful protection tho Salvniro Corps is to tho citizens ofIjouisvillo." Not a single word The above is a copy of the resolution of SenatonQerry, passed by the Senate and meaning only In the resolutions of our Keystone police and "hick" firemen, yet the sympathy for the suffering Irish people; Yet Scnatf Beckham voted against it, and it is the duty o Herald has the gall and- cheek to of Irish' blood and all fair minded, wizens to vote against him next Tuesday. head the article as follows;"WORK men and women OF FFIREMEN AND POLICE LAUDED." Can you beat It? Just as we predicted, tho'negroes have grown equality mad from tho encouragement of the Republican 2' . machine both State and city, and tha luwarrMPM Tir Ka, - tivr days only serve w WI!y,.;fyfe;peripe; " - Wc. ,w HfrVr-- JEW TOURIST consenting hlch-hand- ed treaty with Gee ij tte United States adheres to the pr'mm k cf oeP deter ation the wnll for tbj TtiT?c$.tion of? rff and to "the resolo. vNnirwv oP ijistropslr people the aspiraiioi,! n govern men or their flaw). choice . . well-know- ' on -- - -- y&tds&mwmy, MARWRED ' s' -' ' bils-boar- i, x - i , J e: Finj;, . . A J thlrty-eovont- h I down-ln-the-mou- th I gloom-ot-gloom- s, tele1-gra- m V; , ' I I ut Irish-speakin- g. on - - 4rk Mid-Cor- o eara-palg- c ed l at - eirl 633,-97- 8, PUlfe-ptne- 1 M 1 st.' KENTUCKY .d JHOEl!:rrtCXOKV j t j 4 ff A jMTftBTWH o-- p i Vy.ittlM.lH;yYYYfYYYYYyTTYyyT. I mbst respectfully solicit your support in the coming If R" ! November 18 St. Dents' harvest festival and chicken supper, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mlchaela an PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.. on grounds ot Cane Run Improve- nounce the engagement d . CrffeoSe, ment Club, o. IrUh Moul MAlTto rf 0. Sod.. Edward D. Murphy. The wedding The Church' Attitude Toward Labor Officially Indorsed by Xncient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea's of St. Patrick's church In hall, Six will jako place Thanksgiving day. and tfio True' Value of Institute and Catholic Knights of America. teenth and Market. Air. ana Mrs. jacoo Miuieoroier Work. Publishers irirlc k it A it A AAAAAAAAAAfcAftA&ft announce tho engagement of their KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., farporti, popular daughter, Miss Louise, to Their marriage Bertrand Becker. WeCRlPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY Sc jf V 111 UV UUIVUUIIUU Vl MMi.WAa L. ' V "' MMttr. entered at th LonUvllle Portofflce i Stcond-Clat St. Peter's- church, and will be a. Workaday1 Life I a Religious Life Wast Litarty StiMt. ititmclFlclt'itffirkjcfcfc&'to iffc it irltltit ft A A social event ot much Interest to tho ill CMMMleatltK to tin KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, and a JRlSfl ,flMERKP. Advent COMING EVENTS. Miss .Corlnne Kathryn Hoffman, to Charles' wheeler Hebol. ,n No' church JJi?1w5d,"n win tako p!ace t ' daughter, PRAY, WORK NOVEMBER ELECTION As Democratic Nominee For Congress.;! If elected by the people I will be found at all times at my post of duty, ready and willing to serve my constituents and fighting for Greater Louisville, mv State and country, and for laws that will benefit the masses. : ai u. Vwl TIFTX TV A - 319-32- 1 people of that parlsH. Striving-Toward- s LOUISVILLE, KY BIARTYRED. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920 to face with tho finished product of the various systems and is in a posl tlon to give a. verdict on their re fel-JTaroo SlacSwlney and his lives havo given their aartyra 'tor the same Ideal for which AmeriTho ca soldiers died in Prance. Irish hunger strikers, like our own w soldlew, seek "tho reign of law based upon tho consent ot the governed and sustained by tho organized opin Their sacrifice ion, of mankind." will not bo in vain. The names of - added to tho Illustrious roll of the ton. martyrs in tho cause of liberty made Mr. and Mrs. Louis Coady have returned from a trip to New York by the nation which burned Joan of and other points ot Interest in the Arc t tho stake and hung Oliver East. Plunfeolt from Tyburn tree by tho Miss Nellie Leo Charlton, of Portwhich was the executioner of nation PULS DRY CLEANING CO. land, has returned to her home afof Robert Emmet and the hangman ter a visit with relatives In St. Loui3. Nathaa Hale, The Lord Mayor ot Mrs. John T. Malono has returned Cork ia an example for tho whole from St. Louis after visiting her tforld. Ho la tho sort ot martyr who daughter. Mrs. Thomas Hogon, and burns with a very bright and steady Mr. Hogan. v flame. Mrs. Joseph Kerr and daughter, Terence MacSwinoy, poet and Mrs. Eugeno O'Noll, ot, Jeffereon-vlllhavo gono to Dayton, Ohio, to has been described by Robert eons. Join Mr. O'Neil. Lynd, literary editor of the jLondon William Francis Barry, twenty-foMrs. Maraaret Riley, of Seventh whose Dally News, as "a man In years old and a poputar young (street, is recovering rapidly from her presence men stand up straighten recent illness and will bo able to be man of tho West End, passed from M. this life following an operation at Ho has many ot the qualities of out in a few days. Mrs. W. K. Stephens, of Toledo, la Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Max, tho famous Burgomaster ot tho guest of Mrs. Sallier P. Durrett Ho is survived hy his parents, Mr. BnuweU. A man of middle height, at Prestonia. Dr. Stephens has re- and Mrs. John S. Barry, 2212 DunWE MAKE A SPECIAIDY OF wave or hair above a with a dark can street: three brothors, John R. turned to Toledo. Barry, Joseph S. Barry and Frank thoughtful brow, and calm and genA most enjoyable social ovent M. Barry, and two sisters, Mrs. E. erous eyes, he gives the Impression last week was the birthday surprise Torlina and Miss Eleanor V. Barry. narty given Mrs. Harry T. Esterlo at once of daring, energy and Inat Tho funeral was' held Thursday her homo In Kenilworth, Ho is at the same time flexibility. morninft from St. Cecilia's church, Walter R. McGeo and Mrs. McGeo attended by a large number of Ws meditative and a man of action." are making their home for the pres- friends and associates. "It is not," MacSwlney told his ent witJi Mr. and Mrs. Waltor B. upon his election Coylo, Fifth and Evelyn. HEAR OTHER SrDE. ae Lord Mayor of Cork, on March 30, Misses Prances McParlan, Evelyn ftf trft1r nn nniinn(n(n1 ittn Sweeney and Graco Crum, of Camp who can Inflict tho 1920, "to thoso Vincent B. Smith, who has become Uwamnnt. nf nil ti,o Knox, spent the week-enMrs. well .known for his activities for with most suffering, but to thoso who can author describes Christ as the Elizabeth Mageo, Crestwood. advancement, a leader In plar and tqacher of work, then suffer most that victory will come." Mrs. Miles Burns and eons, Ber circles and In the Portland trates tho writings of the Apostles It was to this very spirit of selfnard, Robort and Raymond, of Ra regards their attitude towards vonna, havo been visiting her moth Civic Club, gives through the Ken-- 0 sacrifco that he proposed himself for S er, Airs, mien Lyons, and sister, Mrs. tucky Irish Amerjc-- B Jto tello'JJS-ffiS&lpost of Lord Mayor, alter the University tno catholic doctrine of perfection. J. W. Gulllon, ot Third avenue. reasqns for Thomas MacCurtaln had been bru The marriago of Miss Nettio Mai b0HmJ6Ue' He points out clearly how wrong it tally murdered by English troops. It "Tho question of the University ,s to detluce that catholics despteo Carraro and J. Thompsoy Violotte , was a post of danger since tho 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING EXPOSE THE SNEAKS. of Louisville bond issue now before work aml Jove idieness merely was quietly solemnized Wednesday o people, if fully cqnsidered, is one caus0 ,t hap.j01I6 that English troops In Ireland were obafternoon nt St. Mary Magdalene's What purports to bo a republica- church, Brook and College streets, of tho most Important ssue3 that C0imtrles are richer and more pros-ha- s viously determined to intimidate tho Combustion- - Engineering and Furnace Repairing arisen since the civil war. io peroua than. sucll catholic countries the Rev. William Gausepohl officiatot Cork tion of an article from tho National Irish Republican ofticials ask it for purposes that are by no M Spaln( PortURaif Itaiy Geo City 8381 Main 1950 REALTY BUILDING Catholic Register has been brought ing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Ackerman means the mostto important to In this grapiLic, political and economic secure ajtons are much moro decisive fac-- lt attempt BECIUIAM. to our attention this week. and VOTE AGAINST The announce the engagement of their in tho manner employed In this tor6r wlth icsrcct to nros,)erity, thap printed slip Is being circulated sur daughter. Miss Loretta Aickerman, to trying voted to ipleaso reptitiously in this city and else Elonjq C. Clark, of Nashville. Tno caso is not only thinking to the self- a peOpi0-f- i religion. Catholic Senator Beckham citizen, but trlos whieh today aro backward in A of every wedding will tako place on ThanksEngland, the persecutor of Ireland where apparently in the interest of is inviting an ovorwholmng defeat raaltcrs of industry and political and the murderer of Lord Mayor tho Republican Presidential candi- giving morning ot St. Martin's as a proper rebuke to the tactics, em- - economy wero worja p0Wers in times I church. ployed. Every man or woman date by some misguided bigots, MacSwlney. 'past, although then moro staunchly Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hamberry, For tho sick and thoso who nurse tho side lies in tho fact that "Wo are far more In favor of edu- - catholic than today. Wo have but with a drop of Irish blood in their though we doubt that It will benefit pf Florence, Place, announce tho enyou know tho inodlclna prescribed by your doctor Is prepared cation than the University is or eyor veins or those who believe In jus- any party to any appreciable extent. gagement ot their daughter, Mary was or we would not be making to recall the nepUDilc ot Venice and by druggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, Charles Joseph English, this fight Wo justify this state- - her rafght( tho great munfcipaiities tice and liberty will vote against It is but one of tho numerous anti- - Josephine to ceremony being specialists in their work. to take place ment by tho fact that the education and nourishing States of Italy, the the marriago Beckham next Tuesday. Beckham Catholic "fakes" whose origin has at St. Louis Bcrtrand's church WedPhono us any hour of tho day or night. Wo will call for marttlmo powor and colonial expan-thwo represent is strictly neces- - Bjon of SpaJn atul portUffiUi It ls w Jfland deliver your wants. voted against a resolution of sym- been exposed time and again. In nesday morning, November 17, at 8 Bary, whereas the education that tho bo r0InolnUered, moreover, that tho o'clock. pathy for Ireland at tho very tlino tho first place, there is no such university represonis j uamu, uut many convents Mrs. M. Scott, of Frankfort, an- In tho last analysis not strictly neces- - BecuiInrizatlon qf so and elsewhere. that Its people were being assaulted as the National Catholic ... vuo iinitfAWtirTi ln Francet .Qormanyxv T murdered, the'lr homes destroy Register. The article in question nounces tho marriago 'of her niece, car.v. nd Josephlnlsm in Austria great y SECOND AND CHESTNUT Miss Maudo Elliott, to John J. Ale nrllinntflYrt. flnrl nnt a Strictly neces- - and i- .l uw t.'..T. City 355-3- 07 ad and women and children suffer- was first published In the World and f,hnn nt ft,U .H Main 0102 .. Ar.n "J " mo vuuiuu ami .i. n.i ir- 7" T .T V , V.0 mmmnnvl robbing them of most im Daj and Night Service ? ing for food and nourishment.. A Way, a Baptist publication of Kan- having place this past May. students, Whereas elementary p0rtan't means of education and eco- vote against Beckham is a vote sas City. Tho editor of that paper Mr. and Mrs. McMahon have begun uon mat is aosotuieiy uetwiMj '""inomlc progress; that Catholics wero feUUAAAAAAAAAAA)UAAAAA.UAAUAAA6t hnol children. There- a .m. against England and Its tyranny. A received It In manuscript form, and housekeeping at 1607 west Broad univoa 4C37 N1,W AND SLIGHTLY way. where they are now at homo to nr hv what loclc. bv what method ill '"VA ,ui5- XZ voto against Beckham is a vote of though ho was warned that it was a tholr trlonds. you endorse such a p M,c institution3 Jn S(ate or com. ot jusUco can sympathy and encouragement for canard ho published It. Since that A yery quiet Wedding was vltnesa-- eolfish action that is willing to rudo- - munltjr 60 that 80me cconomlc backpeople of Ireland who are fight time it .has .run tho range of tho ed Wednesday Genevieve jy and unjusUy grab while grabbing wardnes3 j but a natural conso- the BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED u.u. ls BjOU mo iuvuvy ouuu.u u qUCnCO. ing and dying today for tho God' ovangelical frees and has appeared iviuuu ucittiuv i.uv uj.uu v.i OLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OF THE MOST RELIABLE to Charles Borromeo It 1a alt6BOther falfia to maintain, given right of liberty andfreedom In a fow country weeklies, In the Johnson at St. friends of tho happy appned to the many und apply it DEALERS IN THE FALLS CITIES church. Many Jmn ri.. th.t ..Tjthor tho tow? Many of tho needs tlmt inM Voto against Beckham for Senator. South. Tho copy which was brought couple wero present to witness the wero recommended by Loulsvlllee tne correct understanding for the to our attention was published, In coromony, which was pcrofrmed by most efficient superintendent, fcj. o. poUgfoug (significance of work ond ou ACKNOWLEDGED PAKE. Houana, in imo a professions of the world." His Minneapolis at so much per hundred the Rev. Father Katfo. Incorporated a mid to these many others ..- .j.- an i. Mr. copies. Evidently some unscrupu- nounco and Mrs. John Schick their have been added since, all of wnicn tho 'engagement of repetitions, ot wluat callvaiue aro but The Kentucky Irish American lous printer Is not above mamking daughter. Miss Eleanor Schick, to N can be supplied on demand and aro othflrs before nlm said and taught. BROADWAY ed attention to the fake pamphlet money from tho silly dupes who can J t It oaH ovea Q confirmed that Lu Uecktenwaltl, Oklahoma City, omiuea nro ray iuiuubui. i LOUISVILLE AND JEPFERSONVILLE past few ' circulated among voters tho thor's own concept of work was not be misled by It It might be worth Okia., the wedding to tako placo No- space. "There is a deeper significance to at aH a vory lhlgh ono. ho estimated weeks, containing matter calculated while to trace down tho men in this vember 10. After a short trip to Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Itccktenwald this bond issuo that has been over- - work only a meana Ior tao prac. Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 to create prejudice against Catho- city who have been circulating this will make their home in Oklahoma woKeu oy ovva wuou m "" tIco of and not as tho lics, and as has been alleged, dis- shameless fraud. It is not likely to Olty, Okla. studied it. It Is afact lhat vijieiy wmed and established means by agents of the Republican do any harm, nor will it Injure anyMisses Adelaide and Llewellyn tho University of LouIsviJIo for for maaa mastory over nature. What PALACE CLEANSES & DYERS tributed .,i..A . nn.nitr. Roisdrt entertained at a kitchen years has been advancing its claims Tho follow- one. on Campaign Committee. But the men who stoon to cirIncorporated institution to a full "In 'honor of Miss is taken from the West- culating patent fakes and falsehoods shower whoso marriage to Virginia as a municipal the nubile funds and tno contraryt eots upon work she Let us repair ihoso elecing apology , i nartlcfnatlon of Barry, Clifford organ ot trical tojH Had uppllances ern Recorder, tho official good of Zlegler will takg place November 3. at the same time trowing upon if pIfl that smco 0lden Ume6 sno ha3 EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' should bo exposed fgor the, be f pro tho ras comes. abusing anyone tho Baptists in Kentucky, and is society at large. Such cowardly Thoso present wore Misses Antoin- not actually exorcise tho highest who maintain tho iUStom of blessing 'AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING du- Mary McDonald, Helen happens to ette Goss. in8truments of labor and means ot sneaks are a disgraco to any DAWSON'S Ziegler, Hazol Horan, Evelyn King, Ilea ot citizenship by criticising or conveyan:0 ond transportation, call- APPAREL "Some months before the Western suggestions on Its demands lng dQwn God.a bieelng on work. To Ernestine Hines, bfferlng Alino O'Connor, present Recorder was sold to the Celia Sullivan, Mary Waechtor; Eve- upon tho public funds. It acts as tfaat end qathoHcg marChed in re- - ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, 'Manager Electric Light Trouble Hin management there appeared In Its lyn Vetter, Beatrice Rapp, Henrietta lf it should enjoy a special Immu- - llffjOU8 pr0cessIon through, the fields ANOTHER PAGE. JUST 430 W. Chestnat St. and m the aoyffirB sad tTXllis woro S. W. Cor. Third Gohmann, Eileen nlty from public Criticism Evers, Ruth columns an article entitled 'Rome In and Walnut Sts. Margaret Venoff, Clotus should be treated as the pampered brought to the churches, there to be Chawk, Day or Night Service This article was Our Government.' Tho murder of Lord Mayor Mac- Waechter. pot of this municipality. It wants blessed. Cull City O.J50. All of these prayers and CALL US FOR copied from tho Word and Way, one Swlney hy tho English Government The marriago ot Miss Agnes Byrne all tho money possible but yon must- rlteg arQ ba8(Mi uptm and originate a. highly esteem- la but another page In tho criminal and Paul Grosjean, ql Indianapoahr, ask no questions or make any crttt- ,a the 40Ctrinal conviction that work of our best and most ot roUgton that a god-papers. The genuineness ot the history of the British Empire, but It was quietly solemnized Wednesday clam. If tho University can ask for te a ed million, dolJars and attempt ,to fthe Rev. Father Jaasen workaday life Is at tho samo article having been called in ques- marks the beginning of tho end, as afternoon, tho ceremony. The bride a stifle al discussion upon the ques time religious uio ana a striving toperforming proceeded to establish its universal condemnation ot brutal wore a coat suit of sapphire blue tion It will nqt do long Detore in wards eternity." MARY C. CARR tion, wo COR ALL PURPOSES or falsity. Wo ascertained that John Bull Is now echoed around tho duvetyn with hat to match and a public will realize should the bond B. ot C. V. truth Kentucky Consumers Oil Corapaajr qorsago bouquet ot bride's buds and issue succeed that instead ot creatlt was written la Cincinnati for a ciYllla4df world. The bridesmaid was ing an educational institution or a bouvardia. AMERICAN TRADITIONS. PARLOR MILLINERY - - . Keatacky paper that was published 4n th Louisville Miss Anna Edelen. She wore, a dress moral force In their midst they have of the Western Publishing Comcrepe da chine with large hat ot simply built wJtU" tneir nara earn- IIAUVEST FESTIVAL. gubj Upon tbo of ot educaUon and A splendid showing Satui pany. At the close ot the. article, velvet and corsage bouquet of pink rap m uiouB uiuww Right Rev. DR. A. H. EDWARDS AiMrlcui traditions Denis' parish Is making houvardfa. The best tyrannically rule tnemwiin illegible Mad, were St. urday, October 30, of a com-ple- te ThflmM j. shahaa. of the Catholic rosebuds and wrtttea la an polata out lhat our for tho regular fall event, man was William Rosnori ot, Indian- hand. Such a road leads dlrecqy EYX, EAR, HOSE, THROAT the words 'From tho Catholic Regisline of being apolis. . After a luncheon at the theN stronghold ot autocracy and oathollc schools uphold in every we have very special arrangement ter After diligent search Mr. and Mrs. Grosjean tyranny and such action ejffuld nwestw ot 4he united States the tra- made for a big day. The usual Tyler Hotel GLASSES ADJUSTED tailed to rtlnd any such publication, amusements will begin at 2:16 and left tor a trip EafL On their return arous In vry pne the spirit dltloiM ot American polltical and so 1778. "What w need more tnan cial one. Th ortgloal American SUITS 218 FRANCIS BUILDING wiii. uch name, withi any such at 8,Q0 p. in.. A very fin "St. they will make their homq ta. eveu education i to safeguard our type aud concept of popular governmU$0. With these tacts before us, DenntoVSpeclal" chicken supper wllJ rights as cIUmrs." ment ore today ohofUeaged by many FOURTH AND OHBSTNUT ST?. p. m. For Matrons, Misses withes auggeetloa or Teasest froin be served from 4:30 until 7:30 Also Phone City 720 NOVEMBER. WPDDINQfi- hostile agents, aad the concern of, centtq. low cost of we 'take he liberty to use at the tot or tHrklesfifty COVINGTON. oar Government fat amply Juatitled and Children. My 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. Hours fresh from the a tine hy the facts of eoramuntoMc and KthrM Mullen announces of the present paper to country, will be disposed ot. Hera th Mr.ngagemt of d,)rWer, On Tuesday morning at a nuptial propaganda. Our Catholic i 608 EAST BROADWAY all responsibility lor tb you may get your Thanksgiving bird Miss Margaret gEIZE SINN FEIN FUNDS. to do ASf Hllea,wedd'ng high mas Jo celebrated by th Rev., tAcfeers and sohoel tsxta foundnot freefe asd be&Khy. Um article la eaestton. tnttk' Th Ql&bs. need watching lest thy b to Home Phone Cjty 5994 St. Boniface church, p-G, Bper ana phea WaH A bus line from rEwsoty-aJghMany thousands ot pounds, alv U,sk8 place tho latter part ot corrupt tike upeoming yquirti. of our frott, Mis JfiHa Mcariny, oi Thimesail td the grounds will take Repub brjde- of cities and towns. Eyery CathoHo lseed to beloae to the Irish RRACWOAIj morality. don, Out., heeama th are of all wa wwa to go. The FOUND NEW RBDy. Davlrt L, Re4, a proaliieot citHen school ! an aHy of iha American lic, were discovered and confiscated: Mrs. Ellsaibeth L. Smftli, of lood people ofSt. Denis' iparish are of nf CovlniCloB. attendants wsre fiovernnvont s handed own. by the when military forces raiaea "tne announce the engagem (practical The la raakiiuc of the famous for tbtfr tfaeolal Jrtyl of I was tired to live had vertige n Aroari-m- a Maoeter and Lelnater Bank in Ellsabatk, U tathers, aad a tried hleku Prpitl(ws wret be- her (lugWer, UmgpaCdJng, Louls-U- Mrs. Lihby 'Allen aad Thomas Is the ean jmtriottam,source ot sanethe lore fea ylw'ot a imm wmio. ing on Tuesday, The raohey waa and rheumatism'. Naturopath Dr. WlHiwM for It bases of the greoaf. Mr. Bel rv 1,190 pXeom. I5m'h, Bast Market street. oommands distributed oyer several aeeeusts f& A. 'Lose, 334helped mo weaderfsl, ParUk at our eowntry on sWuhter e Mr. brtfi ijihfi vslw hi oohubi - TMs 'jnd to. t will- take P Th wwjdisg will tf n. ' BWMiii the haak. It is said the eenfisee-tlo- n Mala ?481, no ortunlfcOaKhV aad k a yetwc !dy- - ot mud oa 'tfw teacMngs j Uw For'lw hm th 'n Noyajnbaj 1?, ' Ijchsnk, 752feutl ThiiMrr Normhr Run is likely te ee extremely seri-m- Lawreaee aiUtwweatf ana WWy m Cataelte, Ohuwk bom. an. Im- ' r. iml Mi.,' John gpxttdsot lbs Cut etreet' . ier he' Stan Feta. ' ' ' , Mmof Oarroil te fWudiati OtbeaM. ih fttmwKiMfet oi ttoir BOW. aa6tiMC MOW1SW -- Torenco MacSwInoy, Michael Pitzgorare now aid and Joseph Murphy pa-trl- ot, tallow-countrym- spective merits. Judge Thomas C. T, Craln, of Now York, has spoken firmly against all those systems of education which fall to give religion a central place. Since man is a creature made up of a material body and a spiritual soul, his very nature demands that both be developed. The spiritual can bo developed only by a religious education and training. It is this training that Catholics havo always urged and given to tliolr children. A right conception of life is impossible without a knowledge of the Creator. Morality without religion is spineless, and has no sanction for its fulfillment or viola tion. Naturalistic morality lacks In spiring motives or entrancing examples. It Is dull, cold and calculating, and In Its ultimate analysis is nothing but pure utilitarianism. Men naturally crave for those things that will tiro their Imagination some thing that can urgo tho will and kindle aglow in their hearts, some thing that will thrill them to tho very depths of their being. Religion, with Its sanction, makes morality dy namic. Religion makes morality a tremendous experience, a magnificent adventure full ot awful risks and rich in powerful appeal. Leave morality without religion and it will pitifully succumb In the first great encounter with the force of evil, If, then, in tho estimation that religion and morality have in them something to steer men clear of the courts, that by all means la something to recommend it to our consideration. It has always been our aim that the morality sought in our parochial schools should be of the robust and healthy type, and can be made such because It Is invigorated and vitalized by religion. at Okalona, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blanford havo returned from a Tlslt to relatives In Springfield. , Miss Katherlne Tucker, who visited MIs3 Helen Malone, has returned to Cincinnati. Edward J. Aud Is hore on a visit from Hammond. Ind., and will remain tor. tho fall races. Miss Theresa Mattingly, of Lebanon, has been the guest of Mrs. Rapier, Shawnee Terrace. Littlo Miss Jessie Thomas Newman, of St. Matthews, 13 visiting her grandmother, Mrs. S. O. Newman. Mrs. Daniel PInnegan, West Maple street, Jeffersonvtlle, who was visiting relatives at Madison, has return' Mrs. Susie Landers is the guest ot Mrs. Will Mattingly tor a few weoks ItECENT DEATHS. Thomas P. Jordan, thirty-thre- e Mrs. T. G years ""old, brother--o- f Ridge, 2325 Duncan street, succumbed to tuberculosis Tuesday morning at tlie Wavorly Sanitarium. His funeral took placo Friday morning from St. Cecilia's church. Saturday morning the funeral of Charles Dacey, whoso unexpected death Is mourned in both business and social circles, was held from the Barrott chapel on East Main street. The deceased was a man of exemplary habits, and was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name Society ot St. Louis Bcrtrand's church. Mrs. Johanna Linehan, residing at 1225 Payne street, died Monday night of burns suffered several days before when her clothfs Ignited while she was burning leaves in the rear of her home. She was sixty-eigyears old .and Is survived by three sons, five daughters and twenty-four grandchildren. Her funeral took placo Thursday morning from St. Brlgid's church. Wednesday morning when tho earthly remains of Mrs. Philomena Gargotte were borno to the grave by her 'sons, Joseph, Martin, Vincent, Peter, Casper and Philip Gargotte, following tho reaulem mass at Holy Cross church", her last wish "was accomplished. Mrs. Gargotte was a native of Italy and had been in ill health for some time. Often she had. expressed the desire to be borne to her last resting place by her seven -ht ur Eternity. t High Value Church Sets Upon Work YVVYYYyYVYV.VVyVYyYVYYyVVYYYYYYYTYyYVVyYVVVvt' Is Evidenced in Many & Home Phone City ' Ways. JAMES H. RICHMOND. ! 2383 ' CHRIST EXEMPLARY TEACHER. EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICp TAILOR will maka no reduction in prices; UP-STAIR- ed. Mrs. Karl Forrest and littlo daughter, Jane Lee, ot Cincinnti, are the guests of Mrs. L. McCoy in Clif- o, again he opponents of Church have raised the chargo that Catholic doctrine is not In sympathy with tho true value ot work. Especially in these days of BUbversivo ideas and tendencies It Is claimed ' that the church has crippled and rendered Impotent the cultural impulses towards work found in tho gospels, that she Is filled with a spirit opposed to work and tilings of tho world yj well, which stresses tho supernatural to tho great detriment of everything natural. To Protestantism, bujt principally to its founder, Martin Luther, they say, is tho credit due of haying revealed to the world tho true concept of lahor, whereas tho church, according to Nietzsche, "has considered it her duty to convert love of things of tho world and of mastery over tho earth Into hatred against tho earth and everything worldly.'' Other adversaries maintain that tho Catholic Church teaches a twofold doctrine which admits work for the ordinary mediocre Christian, but on tho other hand demands abstention from work of the perfect Christian. Accordingly the inference Is made that cloisters are places ot Idleness and that the church's recognition of mendicant orders is equivalent to a sanction and glorification of idleness. "How much of truth is found in these charges?" Thus many a Catholic porhaTS questions himself, being not too well versed in his doctrino and wavering in tho face of opposing influences. An excellent reply to the question is furnished by tho book, "The Gospels and Work," from tne pen of Dr. Simon Weber, wherein wo havo a defenso of the doctrino ( XTa Time-an- d thc-Cathol- Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat nbw. The woolen mills there will sure be a shortage. S STORE anti-religio- Whallen Building, 322 Weit Jefferson Street PHONE 2635 Men's 2 Piece Suits $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits $1.75 Expert Cleaners 421 West Chestnut St. CLEANING FURS quality: and service our motto. LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON d fw l, exem-Louisvlll- lllus-lab- or ..' HUBER HAND STOKER be-th- couri-rospe- ct GREAT CONSOLATION at pub-I'cntl- rim m. '.ri; " .ah 1"'?""Z,.:L" 7' I . MoGBARY IIfcJO STORE USED CARS l.l..l ...i '"' JV ij..i "'"" 1 i. iut i nwb BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY 45 WEST self-denia- l, dl-ha- ve i,i. u,, .. nuh Christmas Is Near f v. -- Oil and Grease ---- a ffiSS ee prep-aratio- as Mra iy Seasonable Millinery e, iHin-iTr- hr -- . iw - Bard-Jow- n, 1. R4. Du-U- vw-- - ad-Mr.- - md a ' Hwa, I e Aneri-ptond- M d, AMtt-tiaeato- ie tfct-eeatk - ) 1 "- - J .t jtOEOcerroiocsr .xbpusix jiaa&xex&Ajsi- "' to Senator BecKham Says He Will Vote "No Against the Struggling Irish Republic. - f and Lover of Freedom Every Irish and Will Vote "No" to Beckham's Election. Irish-Americ- an The National Press Bureau of the Friends of Irish Freedom at Washington Says: Senator Beckham, of Kentucky, was a Consistent Voter Against the Irish Reservations THE OLD, OLD STORY IN IRELAND lS ' ' v'v".'.-A.: w' "'' ' ' -- : V. " ' r sr They're killing jueaan'd" women too, Fory thei wear in' o'" he jSreati.'.' TjjTTTni ill 1 fj II Mini A ""Mllll And Senator Beckham. Voted Against N Resolution of Sympathy. - -' Insure Beckham's Defeat By Voting For His Strongest Opponent. THE WAY FOR DEMOCRATS TO SCRATCH i1 .. ". ',i w, c S ' I -- T ... V r " -- 7. r 1 . A '' v Li'- - -- v I V JW-- B J- If ; ' - f J. U: 'j rv. . " ' 13 Presidential Electori ir . ' , ''lT-.rv . . '.a T A li - ' i ..".' '. V ' -. 13 Preildential Electors ,,4- ,( - IA 'S t o k Ik-- V . ; . r. '' "i 1 s ' if x is.,'i" "v .. A. f "7. - v- - .a-- t ijiw.)miimiMm ".''-- . "!r:' "-- .- .z r I jf ': P'" k & ."''V . 4'.' 'v vi w j'a' V J ' 5 V. :i i JV.'V.i, "&. i ' '''..i?. ik -- .'' IV . V ' .. wjarv i ..' .. ru:v. , T. l i J :c.. "W ,. ft.'.: JIlL -W r of y , ,. , pnavaata)rvt v .j... A .j?.,,.' t rI - 'i 9- r f,""S .w ht .' . ' . - ,- c v .. :;:,AAi::. ' . - x$?s- 'f I .," Hr FRIEND OF IRISH FREEDOM. V fK j- - . J s '. t--': IXttitBXI. JkJkJCXCRIOMr. ' o W. H. Sllllman, Prcs. Fred J. Klauslngf, Scc-Tre- as I THE ' I MODERN WAY INCORPORATED CLEANERS AND DYERS o OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140 - 42 S.THIRDjSTREEr Send u your Palm Beach Suits, Flannel Trousers, Gaorgettes, Voiles and Organdy Dresses and let us oleaa them I: THE "MODERN" WAY. It's different. Minor repairs free. Auto will call :; for ani deliver all wdVk. As near you as your phone. 4 correspondent ot tho industrial Evening Post, writes from London a long a'rtlclo containing this paragraph: -- " 'Therefore Englishmen of liberal vfcws do not resent oa tho contrary they welcome the suggestion Noted Democratic Orator ppenls far that the League of, Nations should bo Is Now tho Ory of Prohibitionist Invoked.. Tho constitution of tho Managers of the Democratic Lt'agiio of Nations En- League ot Nations provides for such Campaign. .. a reference and the proposal has s ilorsciucnt. . been already urged by ireeponelble English (publicists that the unofficial committees of investigation estabContends That Ireland' Will Reccivo lished by one at your contemporar- Irish and. Irlsh'Amcrlcati Democratic ies, which Is regarded to bo quito Voters Will Not Forget His- Consideration Best Trough a frank,' as a rather futtlo impertinence, tho league is tho ono big pos.' League. . Record. sibility,' " JUDGE RILEY SAVE BECKHAM DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. INCORPORAWH). '. IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK CASEY'S NIGHT SCHOOL. "ASK YOUR GROCERS." Labor and Women Suffragettes Not LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING, NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Speaker Says Article XI. Will Get The Knights of Columbus are 'Enthusiastic! Over Beckham's more than 100 free, night the Irish Question Before Pub. Bchools ' throughout tho country, . 'Election. lie Opinion Bar. .' teaching men overythlng plumbing to bookkeeping and from OR CITY Journalism. Thero is no chars for ' SOUTH o 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE anything in these classes, and tho DRY &AN OFF THE WAGON. i: boys who NOW IRELAND'S OPPORTUNITY. been In uniform are Phone City 6827 Main 1G76-- J urged to take advantage of thorn. Manufacturers of Trunks, "Bags and Suit Oases, and Dealers Come all you darlin' Doughboys who In Leather Goods have Ijoard of Casdys hut; "Savo Beckham" is tho cry that REPAIRING Judge Thomas F. Rlloy, ot BosVtlWIVVVVVVVVVVVVMV A SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE, KT. ton, who closed his tour ot Ken- Tho door swings wide and easy, and has gono forth from tho Democratic you'll never tucky this week in the Interest o You're' welcome find It Bhut; Stato campaign headquarters and 'more than wolcoine Beckham the Democratic ticket, made a if you'll como to Casey's thecharge toavo prohibitionist leaders In just realized that the appeal to Irishmen and ' school, voters are to support the Democratic For Casey's gone to teachln' with the Irish and FROM LIFE PORTRAITS not going to voto for a. man that renominees and endorse the League of book and wrench and rule. fused to even "express sympathy for Nations. Judge Riley contended that PHOTOGRAPHIC TINTING only through the League ot Nations Sure you remember Casey, he downtrodden Ireland. that Tho resolutionand oppressedGerry deCOMMERCIAL ART would Ireland receive any consideraof Senator helped you" on in France! picted in tho cartoon on our first tion. In prefacing his remarks the vr greet you speaker told of his lohg and earnest Did ho ever fall to or glanco? with a page today convinces any Specializing in the highett quality execution friendly word We're Prepared to Do It Prompt? man that tho passago ot that resefforts In behalf of the Irish cause, Casey's eager to be servln as he olution would not mean war with and that for many years ho had deprices within reason. Try us. and in First-Clas- s Style. served you in tho fight, voted his time and energies in de- So Join tho classes Casey has ar- England as Beckham ami his friends Courier-JournBuilding plead today. Incidentally it passed bating before legislative committees 335-33- 7 ranged to teach at night. the Senate and we did not oven have and others the Justico of Erin's claims, and at some time or another It was "Casey, Casey, Casey!" when a murmur ot complaint from EngkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA land. With that plea of threatened had epoken In nearly every State In tho shells were whlzzin' past; war cast the defend the Union at an Irish or It was "Casoy" when you Handed; It ers oughtasidecome Beckham and ex .. 0 VOLT 11 PLATE $20.00 to gathering. Judge Riley's plea forward was "Casey"' first and last! VOLT IS PLATE $33.00 was made especially to Irish and And you never heard him saskin' you plain why he opposed according only 7 PLATE $30.00 VOLT justico or sympathy to Ireland, and voters and in part about the cash you had; ilfltrV-.T-- l 'Jkjjlii why ho Is classed by the National was as follows: He was there to givo you comfort, P. O. B. Detroit Carcl, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Bureau the Friendp of Irish Free."Ireland's causa is won. If only and he did that same, be dad! dom as ot consistent voter against -- That's All For Two years a can be got Into the duly organized it Circulars, Dodgers, Etc The only battery guaranteed uncondi- world court of public opinion, the ISo, come, you darlin Doughboys, for measures favorable to Irish interests. Every Irish and "adjust- judgment of that court will carry tionally for two years. Instoad of Dance and Wedding InvitatMtis It's Casey calls once more; even ment," you get a new battery, thus elimi- hip- against Tory British statesmans- The hut Is bright and cozy, as it al- voter, man ahd woman, will bear next Tuesday and voto this in mind or Ulster opposition. Reason a Specialty. ways was before; nating all repair work. agajnst the man who showed no will vindicate every move and effort You'll find old friends around you You Can't Burn It Up You Can't mercy to Ireland's claims for right of Ireland's almost thousand years HSE PHONE 946. cool, greetln' won't Overstrain-Iot fighting, whether inline form oi And ah, their be asked forbe money and Justice. you'll not "Save Beckham" is the cry O'.Connell's pleas, Parnell'a obstrucSERVICE AT when you come to Casoy's out to offset the antagonism ofgone the tions, Redmond's educational camschool workingmen towards Beckham's canpaigns, or in the bloody sacrifices of S. E. Kiser. didacy. Despite the attempt ot the her glorious line of political masters Beckham Campaign Committee to from Emmet t6 Poarso and FIGHTING TnE WORKERS CMSSBZ 810 425 SOUTn THIRD STREET, LOUISVDLLE, KY. create the impression that the senti'And hero is the ipolnt of the whole question. for Kentucky and Southern Indiana It must bo Rev. Jones I. Corrlgan, S. J., pro- ment against him was not unaniDistributors mous the records Kentucky heard by the League of Nations. Main 699 or City 8226 College, State Federation of ot the convention Labor There is no other constituted trib- fessor of ethics in Boston unal, There now is no other way ot addressed lately 1,100 teachers ot show that Beckham was denounced appealing to world public opinion. the Boston schools, attacking the as a foe to labor without a dissentIt will bo of no avail to press this "open shop" campaign ot certain em- ing vote. Not a voice was raised to Supplies-Constructi- on question anywhere else or In any ployers' associations in the United defend him, not a single labor leadother way. President Wilson says: States. Tlio "open shop" fight is er In Kentucky lias espoused his "'My position on the subject of growing in intensity and warnings candidacy, and yet the Democratic for Ireland Is ex- have ibeen irepeatedly given out that party in Kentucky and Gov. Cox are Universal Light and Power Installation. pressed in Article XI. of tho cove- the coming winter wlE1 eae more and expected to carry this heavy handiPortable Lamps. nant, in 'which I may say I was par- more attempts by employers to re- cap. What folly on the part of a House Wireing. Lighting Fixtures. Fatlier campaign committee to try and force ticularly Interested "because it seems ject collective bargaining. Crystal Electrical Washing Machines. to me necessary to the peace and Corrlgan said "capital's declaration an unpopular candidate on the voters freedom of the wonld that a forum of war. upon labor under the guise at the risk of Injuring the Demoshould bo created through which all of a campaign for the 'open shop' cratic Congressional candidates and PHON CITY 3767 619 W.BROADWAY the peoples could bring any matter has come at a most unfortunate others on the Democratic ticket. Every correspondent, whether for which was likely to affect tho peace time, and.vlll .have disastrous conIMOORFOKA.TK sequences unless checked at once. a Republican or Democratic newstjnd freedom of the world.' "Article XI., to which the Presi Backed by the triple alliance of win- paper, testifies that the sentiment City 897 C28 WESTJJEFFJ3RSON Muin 1800 ter, Industrial despreoslon and un- against Beckham is very strong In dent refers, Is as follows, in part: " 'It is also declared to, be the employment, tho 'open shop' cam- every district and several write that friendly right of each member of the paign may have a temporary success, many Democratic voters are so inleague to bring ,to tho attention of but In the long run, which may be tent on voting against him that they ot will take no chances of a scratched HARVEY-JELL1C- 0 the assembly or of tlie council any very soon, the circumstance whatever, affecting in- radical forces which have been re- ballot, but will vote the straight Reternational relation, which threatens cruited by the fatal and futile publican ticket. This latter result is (INCORPORATED) away to disturb international' peace or the course ot reaction will sweep peace just what the Kentucky Irish American predicted last spring when It good understanding between the na- the last vestiges of industrial bring warned the leaders who were instruand about tions upon which peace depends.' The Company With the Coal and thelService. "Nobody will deny that tho Irish economic changes that may not be mental in organizing and putting tho A. question Is a matter which threatens altogether to the liking of our finan- party on its feet agttn. It was said Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard.at First and then that the selection of Beckham to disturb the good understanding cial and industrial interests." EleTator, Pope and Payne Streets. Yard and In spite of what Is going on in as a nominee would be party suicide Great Britain and the between Both Phones at All 1 arda. United States. It has already pois- Europe, many American .employers and theeItu'atlon today amply proves Memo Leaves The oned the relations between the two have not yet realized thai reaotion that assertion. Beckham's nominaProtesting that tion was a direct insult to every countries and has become the source makes revolution. voter, and s they are not opposing collective barIrish and Tnw. J of as much trouble In American JR.VI tnt. INCORPORATED P. d UiH. H. I BANKOH. rritWwt as In British politics. Article gaining, the "open shop" campaign- they have been loyal supporters ot LOUIS Vir,IE, KBNTUOKY. XI. was Inserted In the covenant for ers are using the specious plea of the Democratic party. His nominaAlso Makers of Oorlels Dark and Oertols Light. such contingencies, and the United freedom for the Individual worker. tion was an insult to workingmen States, If it wore a member of the In reality, however, they are fight- and an affront to the women sufleague, would have the right to ask ing labor unions, collective bargain- frage leaders, as he was an oppothe league to take up the Irish ques- ing, tho living wage, that degree of nent ot women suffrage. Independence ot tho workers obtainy When tho time arrived to select a tion, as a continual cahse of Sewer aaa ClTertyipt, in British an'dAmerican rela- able by (labor unions and the wihole campaign committee it was thought Basaea's Pateat LliieA Pipe for Steam Ceaaalti, The Bishops' pro- by both Democratic leaders dnd party tions. It does nQtfollow necessarily labor movement. Wall Copies', DralB Tile, Yltrlfle BrlcK, INCORPORATHD reconstruction that Great Britain, would bo bound gramme of social be hoped that Says workfers that a committee drafted the from alt factions would bo named, Llalag", Fire BrlcS any solution proposed by that "it is to to accept' Fire Freeta. Flae "WILTON JELLlCO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," P.. tho league. On tho contrary, the right of labor to" organize and to and "one that would, first ot all, be Grate aaa Boner ine, nre via, deal with employers through chosen suitable to Gov. Cox and his friends. British Government would have a , "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." veto power, just as tho United States representatives will never again be But Percys Haly, prohibition leader, OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. power in simi called into question." Pope Leo Bcokham's right hand bower and would have tho veto Both Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. MAIN S07, PHONES CITY lar circumstances. All that the' years before emphasized1 the right of manager, 'saw that if a representato organize and tho groat ben tive committee was selected special T. J. MORROW, Manager. league could undertake to do would labor J. J. McTIGHE, Asst. Mgr. . and BreekinridBe and Ninth and Maftnelia. 1 WORKS-Thlrtee- atk be to nrov do what our rresiaent efit to be obtained" from It. Tho re-- efforts would not be made to elect pastoral letter ot the American Beckham and Beckliam was soro in rightly calls 'a forum in which Ire cent II 11 land's decision would .have to rest hierarchy cajlod attention to "the need of special efforts. But Haly foster and with the British Governments wihlch riffht ot the workers to.organization forestalled tho selection of a repreIn To My Friends and Patrons: the kind of sentative Pemocratlc. committee by ot course would bp subject to tho en- maintain necessary and that will'be bringing John L. Grayot to the first order that we may make more room that Is lightened opinion of mankind. on START 9NE THIS Ml NTH WITH TH "The Irish have been curiously most effective In securing their wel gatherlng'and literally forced. 1dm al- for our large optical parlors, wo will close out a largo portion ot our tlio party leaders. Grayot has., blind to their own best interestsin fare." recent ways been known as a staunch- Beck Jewelry stock. This is an excellent Dr. John 'A. Ryan In a antagonizing the League of Nations. Louisville Bank Not only does Article XI. provide the pamphlet ot the National' Catholic ham supporter. Naturally his aides opportunity for you to buy a ring, only means by which Ireland's case Welfare Council on Capital and La- also are Bockhajn followers'. Sena- a watch, or any articlo of Jewelry Camden, CoL P. H. Callahan, which you may neod now or later, ever get world public opinion bor, while advocating shop commit Fonrth and Central AtObbs NORTON BUILDING AT PACTORY PRICES. can decision, but Article X. provides tees and profit sliarlng, declares that tor Congressman Cantrelland the friends at a great saving. In fact, some and Easy termB. Phone us for free tho only means by which Irish in- "as compared with capital, labor has of Senator Stanley are not in. the of our customers have already purN. W. Cornsr Fourth and Jefferson trial on our 1920 model in your dependence could over be guaranteed always been the weaker party In ne- advisoryjCounclls. Democratic work chased gifts for Christmas. other home. in case it was .granted; yet the Irish gotiations aJout wages' and To ob- ers and party followers know and realize "thls, and Gen. Percy Haly league, because terri- conditions of employment. PEARLMAN We repair any Bowing machine. nro fighting tho is protected against tain a iposltlon of approximately will find .that while he has control BEST CHEW torial Integrity laborers of the party machinery just now be OPTOMETRIST AND JEWELER ia aoual foareaininfc nower. oxtornal aggression, but who individ will havo no 'control of the Domo-- i 229 WEST JEFFERSON STREET and act J. C. DORSEY & CO. llkelyato como to the rescue of Ire- must who as a body, them tho tne represent in cratlc voters an next Tuesday and land by force and arms which would uals City 2724 County Bourbon process must bo the most they are ready to put an end to the cause the league to direct its force City 00GO regime. effective that they can find. Such ind arms to tho nrotectiori of Groat 5d2 E. JEFFERSON $.13 BEET Britain, No one has done It In tho representatives are generally ffche ofIt is Tumored that in desperation UNEQUALLED SMOKE grave some ot Beckham's managers have ficers last 860 years; no ono 'Is" likely to dangerof the unions." Thero that the "open shop" cam- begun promising and giving jobs in do It In the next 800- years. Again, eta Phone, City 430U widespread Mam 3dsu-- a see Article XIV. and consider the paign may precipitateMany employes the revenue service to Republicans Wv year fceya am daeatto tiat irtll Cumb. Phone, warfare. for aid for Beckham In the Eleventh new permanent international court. i fer Ufa yvtyar have learned for tho first time the the first is violating Sr. & Son If Eneland treatment of International fttrencth-o- t unions and they will not district' This would not be followers time that Ireland, Bhe law in her College Joseph Hubbuch struggle. "Our" played 'witlf tho Republicans as Again, tho give up without a may be tried herein. Dealers in life," league, through; its disarmament pro- present economic process eaid- - Father Louisville Democrats .have cause to l W. Scoaaway, fcoaJarilla, Kf. f flux. Re- kripw, as support was given Wood gramme, wipes out tho only neces- Corrlgan, "is in Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy reWALL PAPER AND BUGS Coaauetea br the Xaverlan Brothers. argument that England evOr actionary forces are striving to and Axton, the Republican nominee, sity asd Buntneea CMUMtoal, Bdwiuni argument that her security strain it within the old forma to against the Democratic candidate beCklraalat liad, the FALLS CBCTY HALL BLBG.. OoaraM, FrwMntonr ueparUBeac. .latbsto try but It were machine cause the of Ireland, ell Baulroed QymgwimiataPool, 59? liae-iia- s wbst markbt st. necessitated her control he used for molds,back. Niagara."as well push couldn't control Louisville DemocMalum. TorsM nwxltrat. which might otherwise Stark Dlr. racy through prohibition. Straws Bre. war, etc. De Valera by Air'Alono. Cleans flank attack in BaHala Creeeest 29-show, which way tho wind Wows Just Phono Ds For a Demonstration. St. Matthews 67 SACRED HEART RETREAT. points to this vary argument when Batk Fsojm Engla&d'a security ,a well as straw votes and the gloom lie says: 'la not THR SI8TBRS OF CHARITY OF J. W. HISKAMP Last Sunday otteroooa at the Sa- oi necchame managers was snown provided for by Lord TJrey's League NAZARETH lit the action of one of them this cred Heart Retreat, on the Newhu-rgLADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS ( BUTLBXR OF HBA.VY TRUCK Of (NUOp8( 1 three jnm made Abboubcc the Ope&Ing of "II the cause oi jreianu. gwiat road vowa yotfng Order of St. their peet week. This particular leader, BODDig, CLOSKD CAB AND Dry Cleaned aad, Pressed. Paul who is known and rated ae a in the f 1.75 England .should be brought before first laeerperated FORD BODIBg A gPBOIALTr Work Called For aad Delivered Having been for ,, launch urohihitioalst, filled up on JTAXAX1TH C0LLBOE tho Leaaue ot Nations England of the Cross. Telephone City 2742 WORK miiii Iulva trf.adoot one ot i our couple of yeara .la 4ie prepantory moonshine whisky and had to be GRNBRAL BLACKSMITH 333-38- 5 WEST MAIN ST. 881 fJOCTK FOURTH 8TRBBT LOUISVILLE CLEANERS A DYERS oases: first", to ip"ead not guilty and. school at Mt, Adam, Ctacianatt, trwlwjwrted away from the headQBiak Service and Quality LOUIBYILLU, KY, fight the whole queation; aecood, o these young men spent a year io the quarters. Theact of getting soused City 135-M- ain 686 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. ., Gaaraateed and novitiate at the Faaeioatot Monastery does not surprise many who know nUaui bv wavi of coafesoion Information Call at ma ao CUeaoo for bow much these poUtleal prohibiTor Vurtkar avoManoe, setting up "her necessities here. and wiH now JOSNTUOXY ST. MATTHXWS Preaantatiott Academy further studies. Jtev.. 'Fajtoer Ber- tion tela care for prohibition. They NEILL-L- A tor deteaae; third, pleas to the We Bay Rags, Swap Iroa, Metals, prohibHlon Alano,N C. P court .that, Rubber aad Paper Stock o,the domestic matter, and, nardino waa 1a harae-o- maetereerv- - only advocate "reformers" to fool they riovtoes. the and "rube" awl qoeatioa to a but' in private JOHN ASSENT LOTJISVILLl WAITI the hses andpreaohad tbe eermoc The tourth, be aUant; The third CO. pica that to Seared and. yet Bntftoh aervioea are solemn wad: impreaaive, only. But the above Beckham ettp-MATMUAL 00. many erter muet he excaaed tor taMng ZKOONPORATaD B&ffHalL edKota nana atui are aiwaye eMetiHed pablietota ft TLkXOTUVSB. coqaUtariac for the toat two JMeidea friend ot the novices. The mre than fhe average bare, ae he oi.t warn: jwh-ersost. MILL AND montUa the advtpaitwity ot nirawc young men. ail of Qlnotimetl, are i3d to drown' 'biaaoiTowe eorae way Incorporated i .ioao murr bumhwtx Hmh Phone, City 11 oer fACTORY SUPPLIES Voietier votnotartty over to the Claude Kevin, ZVexeto Flaherty and ana we m wieaepxne a the set ooubkan Mfainrcr LOUISVILUB KaWTUOKT JeoKe nteaent prefitotweat. a., m. aom. third. amx xunraasow League ot NetsBWW. Henry Clay, the ; Roland Maiwr. Home Phoma. Citr 8I ' QUALITY AND SERVICE. 23 6 2 TAYLOR TRUNK CO. M44H44i ha-v- iMK5. GERTRUDE ROSS epo-cl- al Irlah-Amorlca- na Irish-Americ- an t WEWANTY0URW0RK fair-mind- ed at al Irish-Americ- an Irish-Americ- an PRINTING -- Irish-Americ- an t t GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. Mac-Swine- y. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN SRDBiT. WBT eteeeeeee0eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeenj TH0S. J. BR'OCAR Automobile Repairing Tubes Tires Accessories DRINK ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY COAL CO countor-ioffensiy- e OERTEIS dOIBLE-Da- J Drink that -- P. BANNON PIPE ". ii poll-tic- Irish-Americ- an OTH OBEfc1EX CO. a Pleasant CO. Byrne Speed Coal Corporation t ""; ,eee8ewi9"""g FRED ERHART ' ARCHITECT SINGER Sewing Machines ATTENTION Weekly Savings Club - South Twist Haly-Beckha- tn ,1 St. Xavitr's - Haly-Beckha- m ELECTRIC CLEANER CORNS.BUNIONS Haly-Beckha- m -- BeaJ-Jnl- n, L " Childers Elect. Co. i" Juris--(Mell- on ( leavi the-flrto- a VIELLE f 1 ba 'y toke'ei.,' regit-larl- SUPPLY 'I" Jr.. ? .... ? "eV. '- ..l-iv- . . ' ., v , -- - "V & ,"- v rw$ C.Sttif.v-- '4tiSLl y- - BCKKC0TXJO3ECY UfcUSJEX AJMOEBUtJOAXm 1 HJd MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI mens furnishings 5s408W.MARKET ST.5 J m-.-- Wateb and Jewelry Repairing l. TTItfAd Mfl THE! a Partner Have you ever stopped to think that, far from being an out sider,Vou are a partner in the Louisville Railway Company? You have You Are a controlling PBNDBNNIS A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. i Inc. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' We SXak a Snoclaltr of All Branches of Dnnttntrv. We Ubo All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Pats. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4503 Nest Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop FOURTH AVE. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS 230 WEST JEFFERSON Main Phono City 4S03 Next to Bex Theater Opca Evenings Until 9 F. M. Phone, City 7804 Cutno. voice in its operation. rnone, we Frank Hartman & AMD Sons Tafel Electric Co. City 985 113 jt The labor and capital employed succeed only as they work with you and you with them.' INOTICE!! I Shoup Optical Co. Has Removed To Designs & Estimates Famished LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe 1 PIPE WORKS Work for 3 I'OUIE PAIHTEE'S 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J DECORATORS U , GLOBE TIRES City 1184. T .6 under which we work. We are looking to you, as a partner, to make those conditions such that we can serve you efficiently. You fix the conditions 1311 Guthrie St. ASK FOR HEATING A VENTILATING 644 BAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. We recognize your right to name conditions that will guard your interests. Speed Building. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED KECO WM. P. GANNON fOHTRAGTIHG PLASTERER BROOK AND BLOOM Cumb. 8. 164 9jHy 8880 that you fix those conditions in a spirit of understanding of our problems, recognizing the fact that We only ask 1 our ability to serve you depends on your willingness to work s vm . EWING'S DAIRY Established 1820 . Louisville. K. OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRDiTHRg -- GLOBE SECURITY KXastema a X, te. . with us. We seek your n. ' sex-vice PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. llomo Phone 2550 Suggestions from our partner for improving street car are always welcome. D. S. laeorpcraus. A. Lazar, Manager Mosey Advanced oa Your Plata Hess bui west Jefferson street (Second Flsor) Moae Phone City 1987. BSH POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans te those haying regular ft LOAN OO. WANTED. Position in Catholic church as Familiar with church music. Address "Organist," this office. st. Louis A. Broring, D. DENTIST O00-9- 01 JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. IKCORPORATM THE VERY BEST STARKS BUILDING. PARRAKEET Bmeralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated EPPING'S CITIZENS MOURNING. or salary, with no pnbkalty r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. B, POOLBY, , Bsem r. 1 Building, 415 8. Fourth Street. Courier-Journal 1, FOB THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEV8 DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL "WATER Parkway 408 sh CO. FRED. C LOEMKER e rlnfcBBrniMiiM iVtTy'M FOURTH AND O STS Homo Phone, Shawnoo 803 ItfUISVILLE ART GLASS "LEADED" AND ORNAMENTAL ESTIMATES GLA88 HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING TIh Roofs Repaired and PalBted MADE IF DE8IRED Metal Setting to Zinc, Copper " Brass Beveled Mirrors and BoTeled Glass Telephone City 6998 Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY THE H. W. DUB1SKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARKHAM, Mgr. i-7-S INTER-SOUTHERN MFG. CO. Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City G77 SHEPPARD BLDQ. LOUISVILLE, KY. DEAD ANIMALS IQHEST Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape "Apparatus Our Specialty PAID 721; JOHN B. O'LEARY A OO. Call Home Phone Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING! OO. v CASH PRICE8 City - T. (608-61- JE. Ya'nn 0 Dairy Co. WENZEL ST. Headquarters (or PROPERTY AND FARM UlTY ub about anything la real See atate. We Bell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON .ST. lome Phone City 4464 K. A. Xrapp Incorporated SOUTH Cnas. S. Xrspp Home Phone, City 70U6 Wholesale and Itotall Both Phones 4202 Both Phones 2406 KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET aXB BEEF, POXX, VBAi JlXO All SUaAs of SmokM Vast 203 EAST JEFFERSON 8TRBBT REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph RcutllBger FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, JOHN B. WATHEN ' LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET rUBNITURH MOVTNG AND r PACKING 680 Sonta Twenty HHita as. West MS Shawnee 1988 LONG DISTANOH HAULUVri H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embaimers. Telephone 1022 LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOOpS AND NOTIONS WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS SHOE REPAIRING 1G06 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shipp UNION MADE M0LDERS' SHOES wwmmmmmmttM&ceiwuMniBcm&it DEFEAT FORETOLD. "Ireland is being ruled by Uro and the eword." This Is th picture Tainted by Right Rev. Edmond Tho Kentucky Irish Amcri Heeian, Bishop of Sioux City, who can is Informed that a wager left Ireland ten days before and who of 91,000 to $800 is offered arrived in New York on Sunday on tliat Beckham will bo defeated steamship Carmanla, tho Cunard line In tho coming election, tills from Liverpool and Queenetown. Bishop Heeian. describes conditions proving tho bid adago that In Ireland as ho saw 'them during a "straws show which way tho short tour of tho country. Ho eafd wind blows.' Hero ia an that liberty means nothing any more in Ireland. Looking at the Statue of opportunity for Beckham's Liberty he said: friends who arc not yet con "If we In tho United States really vlnccd that tho voters aro defolt tho spirit of liberty symbolized by that statue we would cease to termined to ho rid of Beck-linand tho stand aloof while all this pillage and combine in Kentucky politics. murder is going on la Ireland. The people ot thla country would light this treatment if they knew wliat KSK32K8 was going on under tho guise of military rule In Ireland. There, la not a word In tho English vocabulary that begins to describe it One instance of which I heard Just before I left will bear out my bittorness. (Continued from First Pago.) The British soldiers wore instructed to arrest a man named Lynch. Instead at looking for this man they erty street at breakneck speed, makarrested every man named Lynch ing so much noise that ho nearly they came across and killed somo ot drowns out the din ot tho prisoners, them on sight." who raise Ha'lifar continuously. The messenger jumps oft bis machine, runs up the stops and dramatically IRISH WERE THERE. says: "Hold, don't lock up that According to tho War Depart- man; ho Is a cousin of Captain Bob ment's survey of surnames in the and luia n Harding picture in his American forces during the late window." Prisoner is escorted homo war. there wero 9.48C Murphys, In tho ipollco machine .accompanied 7,806 Kelleys and 7,596 Sullivans, a by profuse apologies from tho total of 24,888 from three Irish Tho end. septs alone, and mora men than George Washington commanded at GAVE" FINE SHOW. Yorktown. Yet there are "fighters" who daro to attack Notwithstanding tho inclemency of tho Americanism ot such sterling pa- tho woather Tuesday night there was triots, because they demand for Irea( St. land tho freedom for which they a large audience.greet Helen's Comthe Columbian fought and died, the freedom which mercial Club to they see being granted to every land Minstrel Company, who presented one "of the most comprehensive and but the land of their fathers. enjoyable programmes ever given by any minstrels. The end men kept MEMORIAL SERVICES. the audience in continued roars of songs made a deTho annual visitations and mem- laughter and the inRaymond poor cided hit. and Mrs. Barrett, tho acorial services in behalf of tho Barrett, as terlocutor, souls suffering In Purgatory will bo companist, made a fine Impression. held in our Catholic cemeteries toone-afarce, morrow afternoon. Thousands will Concluding with the very member "Fresh Timothy," visit and decorate the graves and proved a real thespian. This minpray for their dead, the greater St. Dumber at St. Louis and St. strel show will be repeated In No Peter's HaWi on Sunday night, Michael's cemetery, where apodal vember 7. services will be held. RULED BY FIRE AND SWORD. m Haly-Bcckham SOFT PRINKS - STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. ELECTION Outsido ot tho Cork City Hall wa3 posted tho following notice on Wednesday: "The second Republican Lord Mayor ot Cork lies, as lay his predecessor, murdered by the British Government. Cork is In mourning. Citizens, or any section of them, will take only authorized action. Orders will bo Issued'hy proper authority." Tuesday passed quietly, with the exception of a slight stir caused by military raids on banks In search of firearms placed in vaults for safekeeping. Soldiers not on duty wore restricted to their barracks. Tho body ot Joseph Murphy, one of the hnnger strikers in Cork jail, who died Monday night, was removed to a church from which the funeral was to bo held Wednesday. With the exception, ot Kenney and Donovan, who aro believed to be rapidly nearing death, doctors say there is still a chance to avo tho lives of tho remaining hunger strikers if they are released. Josoph Murphy was one. of eleven men incarcerated 1n Cork jail two days before Lord Mayor MacSwInoy was sent to Brixton Prlaon In London. All the men1 in Cork Jail Immediately went on a hunger strike. Last week ono of them, Michael Fitzgerald, died. , MONDAYS ONLY General Repair Work, Cleaning aad Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a SUITS DRY CLEANED, HATS CLEANED. BLOCKED. DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City 6443; Mala 2434 PRESSED LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S $1.25 Automotive Co. Home Tel. 3063 Broadway Shoes at First. For Every Member of 4he Family Homo Phone 3906 Falls City Cleaners and Dyers FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE NOW IS TnE TIME TO HAVE SHOES AND SUPPERS YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR 431 EAST MARKET STREET STIFF HAT RENOVATED LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Avoid the rush by consulting as aow HAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING Mark g&lM, Pre. j. v. .raooM, Be. aaa ttms. JOUR SPECIALTY L. GRATJMAN A CO. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS Incorporate ALBERT SMITH, Prop. , Stalsrs xa All Xlafls of tfOM sag tors xutorca, Bszm, Oats agts City 6101 333 W. Market St. tors, Snow cum, Oeaatws, BbslTiBg, ate. City 866 WSBt 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons "Bis wass ataur mrxsntr Home Phoss, ettr 1 City Elevator and Warehouse Phone City 2154 Hay, Grain and Feeds , THE ZERR 00. Tho Home of "Quality Feeds" Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING Key-stonc- rs. aftor-the-w- ar The Rev. Joseph Ootteltinger, who has been at St. Ambrose church in Complete Line of Serviceable Honshaw, Union county, has heon City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L appointed to the pastorate of the St. Mary Magdalen church ot of Co. PazzI at Paynevllle, Meade county, Opea Evenings Until Nine O'clock succeeding tho Rev. Bernard 'I. Do Incorporated herty, who 13 now pastor of St. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, Ann's, Louisville. St. Ambrose congregation will be attended, for the TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND present irom St. Ann's caurcn, Mor EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. "HAYRIDS PARTIES" SCHOOL SHOES Sullivan Transfer Spalding Shoe Co. J. M. BUCKNER ganfloldv 1129 tfEST MAIN STREET? ct SAIL FOR ROME. RECOVERING. 600 JOB. BHOADWA c THOMAS KEEN AN ..funbraiv :xre:EoroR.. JIOMK PHONE students ot Dunwoodlo SomlnaTy appointed by Archbishop Hayes to represent New York at the American. College, Rome, pot sail last weelc on tho Fabre liner Canada, This la the first time since the outbreak of the war in 1914 that the archdiocese has nent its studeata for the priesthood abroad. Eleven HOLD THEM. Harry A. Appling, who underwent a successful operation last week at Sts. Mary and Elisabeth Hospital, Is His recorted convalescing nicely. attendants are now hopeful that-hbo able to return to his will soon home, news his friends w,JU bo re- - ville. joiceu to receive. FORTY HOURS. '1 H HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES P., rector WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST All Kinds of Footwear For the of tho Sacred Heart Retreat, has 906 WEST MAIN STREET Whole Famjly boon at Melbourne, whore ho conKENTUCKY ducted a mission at S,t Philip's, LOUISVILLE Two HAMBLY18 Stores church. Father Xavior- Sutton, C. P., and Rev. Father Adelbert, C. P., Shaw 17U Stti and Portland. Years Ought To Be Suf IStk aad Magaalae City 71C4 left this week for .Chattanodga, Thirty-tw- o flclent Guarantee For y whore they aro giving a. mission. Knowledge aad integrity NATIONAL HATTERS KENTUCKY VISITORS. If It's For Sale Give Me a Call 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET; Among the coming and .going vis PINE VABBLI itors seen in New York City the past DYERS AND CLEANERS REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER week were Miss B; J. Simpson, Mr. - 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. . CALL FOR AND DELIVER and Mrs, Edward Goff, E. H. Patton, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Brophy. Home Phone,' City 1981 Both Phones Mlsa Anna Pendleton, Miss Maude Alnslio and T. B. Smith, al) ot Louis Rev. PRH3STS ON" MISSION. C. Father Leandor, - -- FOR ARMISTICE DAY. be observed! ' 1529 WEST MARKET STREET .wtiiMytt-w-i 8S J. J. BARRETT'S SONS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3171 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMEBS. . '''' 3 It is bad business for any- merchant to'' eneourage. holders of savings stamps to exchange them for Merchandise in the opinion ot a group of Eastern business men who recently discussed the nuestlcn at an annual couTfentlpn, declares the ouea. acqon ynester Transcript, merely helps take promoter! and dishonest brokers )n their ef fori to shake, public confidence la Govern ment bonds as an investment," said -- Ana Af rAywysyiivvyvK)Q .tltY Ij. X), BAjX Ky S8& 3BaLt Adbtnixi. mt&. tSIS Fneral 17Tl Li M. penfvr Directort, mh1 Embalm er ,. ... .&H, f - K9 nr-PM- alarming degree among the poor and among Ignorant (psople of this country." The 200 dsletatss attending the iatherln wr so im pressed with the necessity, for kss i Tiuf4 jKaukpn in. i,am nanus pi thig original purchasers' that 'each CHAPLAIN RBSIGXS. Ssdged to. go paotf home and. njBassU thshsaa of .a oppsss ths committee 'to Rer. Francis A.' Kelley, former ot 'nsrehsadlss hat; Qvfwm,- - onaftlain of the.Amerioaa Legioa sad tor the vest year alreotor of the department of Boy Scouts' aotlvtilee of coNvicrVt nROM England. the lssti4-0aity1WsUsre Cowi-fsisas'raelwss'afr past t rssaws Oa tUs dsy sad dais la i7II a pari ta ei wrkvhrteh fe else ..esJIea tor C sennet tsJoM. ssktar was mmv tv tnWy fe"sepis WVey, lftje aiay vsnuo war- - ettwr r oar m wsfjajtt ", V im -' b)e l.TCanf. fto .nA.lraiv. that they have worked t.o an 4'Tt tit witn ceieorations ay varioh Sunday morning with the solemn high mass at St. Ylncent do "Paul's ous American Legion posts, it baa church, Shelby and Oak streets. Rer. boon announced by State headquar Father Thome, the ipastor, "will di- ters of tho organization. rect the services, assisted by a numCARDINAL ONLY SURVIVOR. ber of the local ejergy. The devotions will come to a solemn close on Tuesday. Tho rocent death of iFathor Theodore A, Metcalf, of the Archdiocese ot Boston, leaves Cardinal Gibbons COMPANY FORMED. tho onfly surviving American who atp Hie The Hulskamp Drug Company has tended' the Vatican Council. filed articles- of incorporation with Eminence was thea Vicar Apostolic the capital stock fixed at $3,000, oc Norm carouns, wnue rawer Metshares being $10Q each. The debt calfe wae one of the stenographic limit Is the same as the capital stock. secretaries of the council. He later Incorporators arexDr. John T. Huls- was appointed Vice Rector of the kamp; Albert B. Hulskamp asd Clara American College in Rome, and still C. Hulekarap, wHn tea shares eeek. later Chancellor of the Archdiocese The, coneernw.M 'engage ia the retail of Boats. 11, J.8ZQ, - Ferty Hours' devotion will open generally in jtentucuy on wovemDor Armistice day will GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral f SOUTHEAST Director and f 10. Embalmeri BOTH PHONES CORNER SIXTIf AtyD ZANE STS, 4 WILL PREVENT RUST. IX aew tinware he rubbed; over with a M'fti fresh lard and thoroughly heated in the oyea before M Is uses it win never rust afterwards, aa maUsr how often it is put iato water. For stained, ttnwar faerax pttesHoes the heat results. If tea or eeffse set he disoolorea oa. the. heil U ia a streag solirtten of m mhx for a.aaais "now . farlgatlMs irtll te-sfc-U wmm . A, 4SjrtM'i.9tlllltlMllllilM & McELLioni y vlgi-lan- cs at-fsri-ae 122? WEST MARKET STREET, k. Funeral Directors and Embaimers! rt TH rwt VIM''1 BOTH PHONBS. ' ' J" . - ta - .. i rtm. Thihhhs MtMIMtintlMMItnilllllllll M'llllIlT UB"t. ww fc- - . , awm uhj .no A ' ; i,As- - 5ji.v'-- t IffSJ"' - - ?&? '. - A jcarxiaoBrsr . irish OF - Jkxdn&-mxcjkj&- . mm ess I see V MK 7 BACONS SON' ! SWISS CLEANING MEN'S- SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. - -- AAaj HERMAN STRAUS SONS J WCORPORATED We Olye ana Reaccm Geld Trading Stamps. We Oive and Redeem Surety Coupon. DO YOU KNOW AS0U7 OUR BOYS' SUITS! HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments, PLAN ? Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. Convenient and Dignified Mettiba of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred The eHtetaadiag ieatares el this method are K conveaieace la makiBg parchases without aar considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of baying ea the CSab Plan darlns oaf varioas sales AT SALM FWOBS. Whatever Is the price o the goods to a cash er a charge customer, that Is also lab Flan easterner. the price to a Heasshela is eeakrrely o advance. There There are iae "confidential arrangements." It is eeadncted apea aa pen basis with a fixed sehednle a rates. The first payments aae the monthly payments are the same to all. SWISS CLEANERS AND raoanrojLt.no DYERS ; I i $10 1 1 ; 4 OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. ' BECKHAM AND miSH SYMPATHY RESOLUTION. ' We are offering you these Suits I at a very special price, just to adver? tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate-- 1 S .2lr piciiuiuiy ?1 iciiaia, ..I..JJI lauorea ana nn- ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i 'H: .Official Opinion of the, Washington Press Bureau of' Friends of, &; Irish Freedom on Senator Beckham's Attitude. c- I SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS t , 4 eMM - I Sentiment vs. Business i! Trtuliag an individual no matter how honest ha may beis a matter of enti- merit, at least in part. , Trusting a TRUST COMPANY is a mat-te- r strictly business. We offer you corporate abiliiy, unquestioned 'safety, and the highest order of business integrity. We are prepared to supply your needs and invite your investigation. Recently Senator Beckham wrpto to a prominent citizea ef h attltudo, saying tliat ho only Louisville a denial of his voted against tho resolution of Irish sympatliy in the Senate because it conflicted, as ho thought, with tho League of Nations treaty. Beckham's friends hero and throughout tho State have tried to advertise this, letter widely and counteract tho growing opposition to Beckham's candidacy. For the, benefit of Senator Beckham's friends and supporters and those who are not the Kentucky Irish American submits tho 'following from tho official report of tho Washington Press Burcan of tho Friends of Irish Freedom: anti-Irisjj- ' i t c $10 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeaeteaH Coffee Prices Lower l i c C t t K C aHaaaUaLvH Wo offer our excellent Blend Coffee, 2 3 lbs. 1-- ;$125 t t e,. This means only another decrease over tho old prise, for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the prioe on the market. Give us a trial. - '. 3- - THESE SENATORS VOTED CONSISTENTLY AGAINST THB IRISH RESERVATIONS. BECKHAM, OF KENTUCKY. Caldor, of New York. Cummins, of Iowa. Dial, of South Carolina. -- t t t t K JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 WEST MAKKET STREET. Beth Phones 1S23 Established 188ft ' ; : 5f C C - ! Fidelity and Columbia Trust Columbia Building Co. - t C . Fourth and Main. 't ' The Oldest Trust Company in the South. neitttfleitMtMtMSttOM0timttf il tnt""111"" i ( Dillingham, of Vermont. Edge, of Now Jersey. Gay, of Louisiana. Glass, of Virginia. Hale, of Maine. HARDING, OF OmO. Jones, of New Mexico. Kellogg, of Minnesota. Kcnybn, of Iowa. Utah. .. Lcnroot, of Wisconsin. Pomcreno, of Ohio. ' Robinson, of Arkansas. Smith, of Georagia. Sterling, of South Dakota. Swanson, of Virginia. Townscnd, of Michigan. ,. 'Thomas, of California. Trammel, of Florida. Wadsworth, of Now York. Williams, of Mississippi Kingof Koycs, of Now Haven. t I LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. - r , rj: More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 peoplo with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative Bixtysix.year.old bank. s , ' - UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND GUMS i- BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY MStiStiOtttttttttttt't'fAAIltli'ltla"ilWIlflt' rtuufca. said that all would be pleased to FRIENDS GIVE SHOWER. hear the speaker again at some fuAT LOWEST Mrs. Rudy Hochstrasser and Miss Mrs. Walter E. GIoyot, New York, ture date. Agnes Keeley gave a very delightful formerly of Louisville, has announc1 personal 3hower in honor of Mlsa DEATH A SHOCK. ed the engagement of her daughter, Hattio Burcklo. The following were Mfss Marie Roberts Glover, to the Friends and relatives of Michael present: Mesdamos R. C. HochCIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO Marquis do la Tourette, Paris, J. Duffy were shocked and grieved strassor, E. J. Wolfe, Henry Burcklo, wedding will tako place on receipt of the news announcing Joseph Smart, H. H. Morgan. James Prance. Tho COKSTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT In Now York In about two months. his death Saturday afternoon at his J. Sllberg, Dock Walsh, Edmond Eighteen Cents, Two for Thirty-fiv- o Marquis and his home. 2135 West Chestnut street Stelnhock, Frederick Portman, Ira after which tho iiUCKY STJRIKES SWEET OAPORAL bride will ko to Paris ito reside. Mrs, The deceased appeared in good spir- Mosor, Leo Riley; Misses Agnes $1.70 Per Carton. Olover left Louisville for New York its and was reading a book on his Keeley, Mary Burckle, Mattlo Hurst, j: 415, 417 nd 419 Eait Market St. two years ago. Before that itlmo bed when his widow, Mrs. Maria Mary Joo Keeloy, Anna Mao Knelss, Margaret Sllberg, Julia Hagan, Em and prior to the death of her hus Corbett Duffy, loft homo AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E HHiftf .' TOBACCO STORES band, which occurred more tnan o'clock to go up town. When she ma Burcklo, Adelia Tillman, Irene mCOaPOJULTBD eight years ago, she conducted a returned two hours later she found Stars, Mary Agne Graft, Elisabeth Preston and Jefferson 213 West Jefferson Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and fashionable dressmaking establish- the body of Jior husband suspended Burcklo, Loulso Sllberg, Mary Flnne-gatil-- i ment In Louisville, having 'her resi- from the railing of the steps between Anna Filburn, Anna Marie Oldest Bank in the State. dence on Cherokee Toad. Miss Marie the second and third floors. Father Burns, Mary Martin, Emma Greene, Olover, the elder daughter, was bqrn 'Charles P. Ratfo, who Uvea near the Joseph McGuire, Delia Burcklo, In Louisville, where she received her Duffy home, was called, and ho sumRecktenwald, Mildred Menah, early education. Later sho went to moned Dr. George F. Simpson, tho Mary Dlerken, Olivia Sllberg, Irene XToz JtfO'W Europe to finish her schooling, spe- family's physician. Mr. Duffy, who Hesslon, Antoinette Stars, ,Mary cializing In music. Mrs. Glover's waa head of the M. J. Duffy & Sons stammorman, Mayme Hurst. Olivia FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. younger daughter, Miss Antoinette Company, 521 West Market street, Clemmons, Teresa Uhl, Margaret Glover, recently married' Pedro de had been a sufferer from rheuma- Greene, Mary 'Angela Recktenwald. (Incorporated) "TBI OLD ABM0RY" ABSOLUTELY FIMSFI00F Cordova, New York, an actor. The tism and Insomnia resulting from Camb. Phoae, Main 8123 City 2720 Home Phoao. Marquis de la Tourette la of one of nervousness for several years. SOUTH SEVENTH STREET MAOKIN COUNCIL. Prance's oldest families. Having its HOT AND COLD WATER Mr. Duffy was born in Louisville AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED feeat in the south of France, near in 1852. On Tuesday evening, November 23, He was educated in IreLyons. He served In tho French land, where he went while a boy. Mackla Council will give a social enATTDTflBK; TO THEATER STGSA6E 25 CTS. ALL MEN IN CHAISE EXPERIENCED. Miss He started the plumbing business of tertainment for the membera, their army during the war. He and OR MONTH lat- which ho was President forty years friends and the general public. This rlxx lO-XBY DAY, WEEK Glover met' in Paris, where .the RAOTS REASONABLE ago. He was a member of the is tho first social entertainpient the ter was studying music. Main 119 SOUTH THIRD STREET, Bet. Market and Knights of Columbus and the Mose council has given for some tlmo and -Green Club and was always active in an enjoyablo time Is promised to all Christmas snoprE, v religious and business movements who attend. The membership campaign launched the first of 'October Mrs. E. S. Monahan, President of that would benefit this city. the Queen's daughters, makes an apBesides his widow ho is survived ,1s In full swing and Mackln la striv peal to all members to assist In work by three sons,, John A, and Martin ing w wia tne loving cup given oy for the Christmas Shoppe, and to J., who were associated with their tho Grand Council of the Y. M. I. INCORPORATED meet and know each other. Tho ap- father in business, and William M. for tho team or council gaining tho peal follows in part: Duffy, and a Robert J. largest percentage of'membership be"The CJuoen's Daughters are an- Hegan. Funeral services were hold tween October 1 and December 31. ticipating theli Christmas Shoppe, Tuesday morning at St. Charles Bor- - Many of' the new members coming which "will bo held Saturday, Decem- romeo cnurcn, Rev. Father Ratfo In are promising candidates for the ber 4. The days for sewing are celebrating requiem high mass and basketball teams and the gymnasium SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILLTVOBK. Louisville, Kj, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and paying a feeling tribute to the life Is never Idle nowadays after 6 nd A St8. JJreokA Friday oft each week at room 205 and work of the deceased. Also on o'clock In the afternoon, asa large Republic building, northeast corner the altar were Rev. Father Rock, of number of the members are striving Fifth and Walnuts where besides the Cathedral, and Fathers Heenan to matte the membership representasewing there are many other things and Lyons, of St Louis Bertrand's. tive team. Mackln's royal rooters, FLOORING were Col. James P. especially those of the fair sex, are to be done, so many workers aro The LATHES SHINGLES The Junior Circle has Whallea, John Buschemeyer, Charles urged to attend the gamed the comneeded. charge of the room on. Thursdays. J. Cronin, Dan F. Murphy, Frank ing season and help root tho team The object Is to establish a oay Dugan, Edward Duane, John Flynn to victory. nursery in iouisviuo, ana imo oniy and David Walsh. CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. means of operating it will be through the .money received from the FALL RACES OPEN. shoppe vand dues." Catholic educational Institutions fe at, a. Mrfianiiigti xmumH Ywa aaA Bwitoa, 4U te Tho fall race meeting of the Ken- throughout the United States opened tucky Jockey Club wltt open at their doors for the school term of RDNDSCnU ADDRESS. Churchill Downs next Tuesday with 1920-2- 1 with an estimated Increase Captv Trank A. Bundchu address- the Falls City handicap, and the of more than ,100,000 pupils, making ed the members Of Division 4, An- Kentucky Jockey Club stakes the a total of approximately 1,800,000 "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH feature for Saturday. This meet- boys and girls In parochial schools cient Order of Hibernians, in TO SAT DM A Hall on. Monday evening, tell- ing has attracted the best horses In and Catholic high schools and coling of his experiences overseas as the West as well as the East and leges. Everv archdiocese and dio cese In ibe United States has report K. of C Secretary and hie views on each day keen sport is certain to . Ca.pt. ed a substatlal increase in the num the League of ration. Iaoerpersted ber of registrants. There Is no indi Bundechu's address was replete with many thrilling aad pathetic Incidents cation of any grave shortage of acEUCintB AND LOTTO. THB H0US1 OF QUALITY AMD QUAHTTTY commodations, although in some of the great war and he toW of hie TmtJMf of fiot Dfefaee, Paetry, Hose Made PJee, Cakes, Meats Division 3, A. O. H., wll hold Hs cases annexes have been made necesperaenal contact with the famous i OOKFJBB Irteh regiment, the FighMag Sixty- - regular meettag seat Thursday sary to care for Increased enroll- Where ate rjjaas23sBUsaaBB XXOILLXXT BODTK FOURTH STKaVK Where wars: Is ninth, of New York, and their berole night, which, will eloee with a. free ment. The problem of shortage of dOBS 4 a rlshWat s Sit IKMDTH WEFSm SKRHBX Duffy. Of the euchre and lotto for ' H members. teachers, one of the most' serious ehaplate, Rev. FatBer Wear Broadway la Middle e Sqaare Where eeektef iamily two boys During the wiater awnths the divis- that faces the public school system Where aae work four to the speaker's PROMPT SmKVKM real fan) ntlCatt RBASONABLB ttere in the service, white Mrs. ion wlU have a maneer of social today, is not a grave one" in the Bnodeoau waa engaged In canteen features for Ms raeabers, this being Catholic institutions of learning, of Where the Where bakJaa flftrsc. a- PBaaWaJsaanssi I aaaV which there are more than 7,000 in work at KnoxvHJe, and Capt. Bunda-ch- u the. second. the United states. Mid he believed that their serWhere araaffe la sea at Where the range staaae NOT XAmC DAT. vice and work entitled, them to Coat, We sight aae tost TAKES ROTARY PRIZK. peak on. the merits or demerit of the where That's where Ms. That's This Saturday im the vigil of the proposed League of Nations and FLlASnrCt IXDCTIDUALITY "QaMr Meal" "Hall to the Knight of the Na- f enjnna ,Maajvsak that they were all heartily la favor All Setots, aad attention is eatted to of any measure that would prevent the fact that the Saturday before An tion," a soar composed by Rev. F.. Feld, S. 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